New Scope Devices: If an electrical or electronic element can easily be disassembled / removed from a product that functions both electrically and non-electrically, only the removable electrical or electronic element of the product can be regarded as equipment and not the total product. An element is considered as removable if it can be removed by the user in a simple manner (manually or with standard tools) without damaging the product in which the electronics are incorporated.
Preliminary conclusion: An element that uses electricity to function and that is brought on the Dutch market - being either a part or a product (a combination of parts) - is seen as an independent device and must be registered and declared as such.
A printed circuit board that is delivered to a company or consumer
A pump that is supplied to a producer of floor heating systems
Switch material: cables, sockets and junction boxes
A separately sold dimming module for a LED fixture
A vacuum cleaner that is sold to a consumer
The supplier of the underfloor heating distributor, in which the pump is integrated, must therefore report this distributor, excluding the weight of the already reported pump.
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