Are Materials with RoHS Exemptions Still in Scope of RoHS?

Q: Does a part in scope of a RoHS exemption still need to be certified? Is it considered still in scope?

A: If a material is covered by a RoHS exemption, it is still in scope — but it has application-specific uses that may allow the use of restricted substances above threshold. The parts/materials that fall under an exemption must include supporting documentation to meet IEC 63000, just like any other part/materials that are in scope.

 

This content is accurate as of March 15, 2019.

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