PRODUCT
2024-01-16 814 View

KIWI310 - CE and UKCA Compliance

In the ever-evolving world of industrial computing, regulatory compliance is paramount. The KIWI310, a leading player in the embedded systems market, recently achieved CE and UKCA compliance, marking a significant milestone for this device and its potential benefits for industrial computing implementations.

What is a CE mark?

CE stands for "Conformité Européenne," indicating conformity with EU health, safety, and environmental standards. The CE mark is mandatory for products sold within the European Economic Area, signifying compliance with relevant directives and regulations.

What is the UKCA mark?


UKCA stands for "UK Conformity Assessed," a conformity marking introduced in the United Kingdom following Brexit. This mark indicates compliance with the UK's safety, health, and environmental standards.

Why is CE and UKCA Conformity important for Embedded Computers?


For industrial PCs, such as KIWI310, CE and UKCA conformity is vital for several reasons:

1. Regulatory Compliance:

CE and UKCA conformity for Industrial PCs ensure adherence to specific health, safety, and environmental standards mandated by the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom, respectively.

2. Customer Confidence:

The certifications demonstrate a commitment to quality and regulatory compliance, instilling confidence in customers and stakeholders. This assurance is particularly important in industrial settings where safety is paramount.

3. Market Access:

 CE and UKCA conformity facilitate seamless market access within the European Economic Area (EEA) and the United Kingdom. Non-compliance may result in trade barriers and legal consequences, making certification essential for manufacturers and users of Industrial PCs.

Distinctive Features of UKCA Compared to CE


The distinctions between the CE and UKCA markings are significant despite their shared purposes. Firstly, their geographical relevance sets them apart—CE is applicable to the entire European Economic Area, while UKCA specifically addresses Great Britain. Secondly, the regulatory framework governing these markings differs, with UKCA conforming to UK regulations that may diverge from EU standards. This regulatory autonomy reflects the post-Brexit landscape and the evolution of standards in both regions. Thirdly, the specifications for labeling also vary, as UKCA has unique requirements that influence product packaging and documentation. These distinctive features highlight the need for careful consideration and compliance with the appropriate marking based on the targeted market and regulatory environment.

Availability of Detailed Information


For individuals interested in the detailed technical specifications and advantages of the KIWI310's CE and UKCA conformity, thorough information can be obtained by downloading it from the official website. The downloadable content offers in-depth insights into the compliance details and its alignment with EU and UK-GB regulations. To explore this valuable resource, kindly visit the KIWI310_Certifications section on the website.

Why KIWIboard Solutions?


The CE and UKCA conformity of KIWI310 represents a significant stride in the industrial computing landscape, emphasizing the product's commitment to meeting the highest quality, safety, and regulatory compliance standards. In a landscape where the UK is establishing its regulatory framework independently, the inclusion of UKCA conformity in KIWIboards positions it as a critical player for success in this market. The dual compliance not only reflects a dedication to meeting the stringent standards of both the UK and broader European markets but also underscores the adaptability and acceptance of KIWIboards in diverse industrial environments.

About KIWIboard


KIWIboard is a complete solution provider, supporting all aspects of your project, from hardware to software to system integration, to keep your application running securely, reliably, and at peak performance. KIWIboard builds its products for high reliability, performance, security, scalability, and versatility. So, customers can expect a long lifespan, quickly adapt to evolving system requirements, and adopt future technologies as they emerge.

Next steps


Ready to talk about your projects with a KIWIboard expert? Contact us

Want to hear more from KIWIboard? For our newsletter, Sign up

Or request a quotation