After conversation with @rickkas7 I finally got my hands on the official certificate for compliance with Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU (found here).
But my CE engineer then tells me that we need a Declaration of Conformity signed by the manufacturer, as any certificate from a test house is meaningless without this.
Is this really needed? If so, how do I get this?
Note: I am using the Photon board without headers in my design, with an external antenna shown here.
Like the link I provided, your link shows a certificate of compliance. We require a declaration of conformity which is created by the manufacturer. Any certificate from a test house is meaningless without this.
An example would be for this HP printer: http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDocument.aspx?docname=c05686637&doctype=certification&doclang=EN_GB
Although yours will be a lot simpler!
Hi @kennethlimcp, is a simple declaration of conformity coming soon? My CE engineer is getting restless!
@william can you chime in on this?
@william is this ever going to be possible?
We could even write it for you! It is very simple. We would just need a signature from your Customer Assurance Manager (or similar).
@will may be able to help.
My username is @will not
@william on the forums which is why I missed this original ping. None of the Elite on the forums are Particle employees, just volunteers who donate much of their time to community moderation.
The best channel to get a document like this is through our customer support team (email@example.com) and it sounds like you’ve already done that. Can you give me your ticket number so that I can follow up on the request internally?
Hi @will, apologies for pinging the wrong person. The ticket number is 40617.
I will follow up with you over private message to continue discussion.