Electronic end products (see definition) sold in China after March 1, 2007 must have either one of the China RoHS Symbols. The Ministry of Information Industry (MII) of the People’s Republic of China has begun issuing standards for their equivalent of the RoHS Directive. The official title of their overall legislation is “Management Methods for the Control of Pollution from Electronic Information Products”, but it is more commonly referred to as China RoHS. This standard covers the same six substances as the EU RoHS Directive, namely lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB), and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE), and also uses the same maximum concentration values (MCV) of these substances. The number in the circle is the Environmental Protection Use Period (EPUP) as defined in Paragraph 3.5 of the Marking Standard SJ/T11364-2006. The EPUP is time in years for which hazardous/toxic substances will not, under normal operating conditions, leak out the product, or the product will not change in such a way as to result in severe environmental pollution, injury to health, or great damage to property.
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- self-adhesive foil
- high end strength, very resistant to oils, water, common household cleaners; smudge- and weather proof
- Service temp.:
- -20 °C to +100 °C