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Technical Regulation on the Safety of Low Voltage Equipment (TR CU 004/2011)

TR CU 004/2011 in TMS RUS

TMS RUS will be pleased to provide services in connection with the verification of your electrical equipment conformity to the requirements of TR CU 004/2011. Our certification body is an exclusive representative of TÜV SÜD in the Eurasian Economic Union. It is properly accredited and included in the Unified Register of Certification Bodies of the Customs Union.

At today's competitive markets consumers prefer to have a reliable evidence of conformity of a product they are going to buy to all regulations and standards. With our conformity verification services, your products will win recognition in the market.

The Technical Regulation on the Safety of Low Voltage Equipment (TR CU 004/2011) was approved by the Customs Union Commission's Decision 768 dated August 16, 2011 and came into effect in February 15, 2013.

Leveraging their extensive experience in conformity assessment, TMS RUS experts can carry out all required procedures in a short time-frame and will work with you through the entire process to getting the certificate of conformity.

With TMS RUS as your partner, you will save time and money, gain your consumers' trust and stand out from your competitors.

This Technical Regulation covers a wide range of sought-after products for both domestic and industrial use. Taking into account rapid technology development in the field of electronic and electric equipment, the TR CU 004/2011 conformity verification is vital.

By complying with the Technical Regulation, you ensure the safety of your low voltage equipment, the adequate level of protection, and exclude unacceptable risks during its operation.

TR CU 004/2011 in Detail

TR CU 004/2011 applies to low voltage equipment to be placed on the market of the Customs Union. The low voltage equipment covered by the Technical Regulation includes electric equipment operating with a rated voltage:

  • between 50 and 1000 V for alternating current;
  • between 75 and 1500 V for direct current.

The requirements of the Technical Regulation of the Customs Union are intended to ensure protection against one or more risks to human health and safety, and to prevent any confusion or deception of consumers with regard to the equipment safety and intended application.

The Technical Regulation has the following key special aspects:

  • Safety requirements can be met directly through compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulation;
  • New safety requirements and standards;
  • General list of requirements for operating documents/records;
  • General list of equipment that is beyond the scope of the Technical Regulation (even if such equipment falls within the specified voltage range).

TR CU 004/2011 Conformity Verification Schemes