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Dear Customers,

We would like to inform you that Dynatech has spent several months making its products compliant with the Directive 2014/33/EU, and we can confirm that our company will comply strictly with all the obligations from the date it comes into force.

However, until it comes into force on April 20th, 2016, it will not be possible to issue EU Declarations of Conformity in accordance with the directive 2014/33/EU.

We will also not have the updated certificate of quality according to Annex VII (Module H) until then, as the Notified Body cannot issue it until that date.

Additionally, we will renew all EC type certificates, which will be renamed EU type certificates, with the new harmonised standards EN 81-20:2014 and EN 81-50:2014 used as reference.

The standards EN 81:20 and EN 81:50 have been in force since March 2015 and will overlap with the previous standards, EN 81-1 and EN 81-2, until August 2017. All the procedures and tests required have been carried out and the certificates are ready; however, Dynatech has decided to wait until April 20th to issue them, so that they are referenced to the new Directive 2014/33/EU.

Furthermore, we would like to inform you that all of the safety components provided by Dynatech from April 20th will be labelled with a QR code for traceability, which will include the manufacturer’s name and address (in our case, Dynatech), as well as the product description and serial number, which we have been doing to date.

Here is an example of one of these labels:

All traceability information is available in the Dynatech Quality Management System and can be emailed to the customers who request it. For more details, please contact Dynatech or your representative.

We will keep you up to date with any farther changes.

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