About CE Certification


CE is a compulsory conformity marking for certain products sold within the European Countries. This marking make recognizable to product in European Countries.

The CE Marking is a product certification.

The CE marking declaration of is the manufacturer that the product is according to requirements of the applicable EC directives.

"CE" is short form of Conformité Européenne, meaning European Conformity.

Not every products is required CE registrations. Products which are interactive with some categories are required CE registrations.

Countries requiring the CE marking

Since 2013 CE marking is must for certain product within the European Economic Area (EEA;


Depending on the level of risk of the product, the CE marking is affixed to a product by the manufacturer or authorized representative who decides whether the product meets all the CE marking requirements. If a product has minimal risk, it can be self-certified by a manufacturer making a declaration of conformity and affixing the CE marking to their own product. In order to self-certify, the Manufacturer must do several things:

1. Decide whether the product needs to have a CE marking. The product must conform to all Directives that apply to the product.

2. Choose the conformity assessment procedure from the modules called out by the directive for the product. There are several modules available for the Conformity Assessment Procedures as listed below:

  • Module A – Internal production control.
  • Module B – EC type-examination.
  • Module C – Conformity to type.
  • Module D – Production quality assurance.
  • Module E – Product quality assurance.
  • Module F – Product verification.
  • Module G – Unit verification.
  • Module H – Full quality assurance.

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