Executive Order: LVD Equipment

This is a translation of the Executive Order on electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits.
In any case of misinterpretation between the translated version and the Danish version, the Danish version has legal force.

Executive Order no. 311 of 30/03/2016 (In force)

In pursuance of Section 5, paragraph 3, and Section 34, paragraph 2, of Act no. 525 of 29 April 2015 on the Safety of Electrical Plant, Electrical Installations and Electrical Equipment (the Electrical Safety Act), the following is established:

Executive Order: LVD Equipment

Part 1: Object and scope

1. The purpose of this Executive Order is to ensure that electrical equipment on the market fulfils the requirements providing for a high level of protection of health and safety of persons, and of domestic animals and property, while guaranteeing the functioning of the internal market.

2. This Executive Order applies to electrical equipment designed for use at a voltage rating of between 50 and 1,000 V for alternating current and between 75 and 1,500 V for direct current. Cf. However  subsection 2.

2. This Executive Order does not cover the equipment and phenomena listed in Annex 2

Part 2: Definitions

3. The following definitions apply in this Executive Order:

  1. Making available on the market: Supply of electrical equipment for distribution, consumption or use on the EU market in the course of a commercial activity, whether in return for payment or free of charge.
     
  2. Placing on the market: the first making available of electrical equipment on the EU market.
     
  3. Manufacturer: any natural or legal person that manufactures electrical equipment or has electrical equipment designed or manufactured, and markets that equipment under their own name or trade mark.
     
  4. Authorised representative: any natural or legal person established within the EU that has received a written mandate from a manufacturer to act on their behalf in relation to specified tasks.
     
  5. Importer: any natural or legal person established within the EU that places electrical equipment from a third country on the EU market.
     
  6. Distributor: any natural or legal person in the supply chain, other than the manufacturer or the importer, that makes electrical equipment available on the market.
     
  7. Economic operators: the manufacturer, the authorised representative, the importer and the distributor.
     
  8. Technical specification: a document that prescribes technical requirements to be fulfilled by electrical equipment.
     
  9. Harmonised standard: harmonised standard as defined in point (c) of subsection 1 of Article 2 of Regulation 1025/2012/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.
     
  10. Conformity assessment: A process for demonstrating whether the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1 relating to electrical equipment have been fulfilled.
     
  11. Recall: any measure aimed at achieving the return of electrical equipment that has already been made available to the end user.
     
  12. Withdrawal: any measure aimed at preventing electrical equipment in the supply chain from being made available on the market.
     
  13. EU harmonisation legislation: all EU legislation harmonising the conditions for the marketing of products.
     
  14. CE marking: marking by which the manufacturer indicates that the electrical equipment is in conformity with all applicable requirements set out in EU harmonisation legislation providing for its affixing.
Part 3: Obligations of economic operators

Obligations of manufacturers
4. When placing their electrical equipment on the market, manufacturers must ensure that it has been designed and manufactured in accordance with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1.

5. Manufacturers must draw up the technical documentation cf. Annex 3 and carry out the conformity assessment procedure cf. Annex 3 or have it carried out.

2. Where compliance of electrical equipment with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1 has been documented by the conformity assessment procedure cf. subsection 1, manufacturers must draw up an EU declaration of conformity and affix the CE marking.

3. Manufacturers must keep the technical documentation referred to in Annex 3 and the EU declaration of conformity for 10 years after the electrical equipment has been placed on the market.

6. Manufacturers must ensure that procedures are in place for series production to remain in conformity with this Executive Order. Changes in product design or characteristics and changes in the harmonised standards referred to in Section 27, the international or national standards referred to in Sections 28 and 29, or in other technical specifications must be adequately taken into account.

2. When deemed appropriate with regard to the risks presented by electrical equipment, manufacturers must, to protect the health and safety of consumers,
1) carry out sample testing of electrical equipment made available on the market,
2) investigate, and, if necessary, keep a register of complaints, of non-conforming electrical equipment and electrical equipment recalls, and
3) keep distributors informed of any such monitoring.

7. The manufacturer must ensure that electrical equipment which the person concerned has placed on the market bears a type, batch or serial number or other element allowing their identification. See also cf. however subsection 2.

2. Where the size or nature of the electrical equipment does not allow compliance with subsection 1, the required information must be provided on its packaging or in a document accompanying the electrical equipment.

3. The manufacturer must indicate on the electrical equipment their name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and postal address. cf. However subsection 4. The address must indicate a single point at which the manufacturer can be contacted. The contact details must be in a language easily understood by end users, the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other market surveillance authorities.

4. Where compliance with subsection 3 is not possible, the required information must be provided on its packaging or in a document accompanying the electrical equipment.

8. The manufacturer must ensure that the electrical equipment is accompanied by instructions and safety information in Danish. Such instructions and safety information, as well as any labelling, must be clear and understandable.

9. Manufacturers who knows or have reason to believe that electrical equipment which they have placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements in this Executive Order must immediately take the corrective measures necessary to bring that electrical equipment into conformity with legislation, to withdraw it or recall it, if appropriate.

2. Where the electrical equipment presents a risk, manufacturers must also immediately inform the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the competent national authorities of the other Member States in which they made the electrical equipment available on the market to that effect. The manufacturer must also give details, in particular, of the non-compliance with legislation and of any corrective measures taken.

Authorised representatives
10. A manufacturer may, by a written mandate, appoint an authorised representative.

2. The obligations laid down in Section 4 and the drawing up of technical documentation referred to in Section 5(1) must not form part of the authorised representative’s mandate.

11. An authorised representative must perform the tasks specified in the mandate received from the manufacturer. The mandate must allow the authorised representative to do at least the following:

1) keep the EU declaration of conformity and the technical documentation at the disposal of the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other national market surveillance authorities for 10 years after the electrical equipment has been placed on the market,

2) further to a reasoned request from the Danish Safety Technology Authority or another competent national authority, provide that authority with all the information and documentation necessary to demonstrate the conformity of the electrical equipment with legislation, and

3) cooperate with the Danish Safety Technology Authority or another competent national authority, at their request, on any action taken to eliminate the risks posed by electrical equipment covered by the authorised representative’s mandate.

Obligations of importers
12. Importers must only place electrical equipment on the market that complies with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1.

13. Before placing electrical equipment on the market, importers must ensure that the conformity assessment procedure referred to in Section 5(1) and Annex 3 has been carried out by the manufacturer.

2. Importers must ensure that
1) the manufacturer has drawn up the technical documentation cf. Annex 3,
2) the electrical equipment bears the CE marking, and
3) the manufacturer has complied with the requirements in Section 7.

14. Where an importer knows or has reason to believe that electrical equipment is not in conformity with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1, they must not place the electrical equipment on the market until it has been brought into conformity with the requirements.

2. Where the electrical equipment presents a risk, the importer must also inform the manufacturer, the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other market surveillance authorities to that effect.

15. Importers must indicate, on the electrical equipment, their name, registered trade name or registered trade mark and the postal address at which they can be contacted. The contact details must be in a language easily understood by end users, the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other market surveillance authorities.

2. Section 7(4) applies correspondingly to importers.

16. The importer must ensure that the electrical equipment is accompanied by instructions and safety information in Danish.

2. The importer must ensure that, while electrical equipment is under their responsibility, its storage or transport conditions do not jeopardise its compliance with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1.

3. When deemed appropriate with regard to the risks presented by electrical equipment, importers must, to protect the health and safety of consumers, and following a reasoned request from the Danish Safety Technology Authority,
1) carry out sample testing of electrical equipment made available on the market,
2) investigate, and, if necessary, keep a register of complaints, of non-conforming electrical equipment and electrical equipment recalls, and
3) keep distributors informed of any such monitoring.

17. An importer who knows or have reason to believe that electrical equipment which they have placed on the market is not in conformity with the requirements in this Executive Order must immediately take the corrective measures necessary to bring that electrical equipment into conformity with legislation, to withdraw it or recall it, if appropriate.

2. Section 9(2) applies correspondingly to importers.

18. Importers must, for 10 years after electrical equipment has been placed on the market, keep a copy of the EU declaration of conformity so that it is at the disposal of the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other market surveillance authorities and ensure that the technical documentation referred to in Annex 3 can be made available to those authorities upon request.

Obligations of distributors
19. When making electrical equipment available on the market, distributors must act with due care in relation to the requirements of this Executive Order.

20. Before making electrical equipment available on the market, distributors must verify that
1) it bears the CE marking,
2) it is accompanied by instructions and safety information in Danish,
3) the manufacturer has complied with the requirements in Section 7, and
4) any importer has complied with the requirements in Section 15.

2. Where a distributor knows or has reason to believe that electrical equipment is not in conformity with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1, they must not make the electrical equipment available on the market until it has been brought into conformity with the requirements.

3. Where the electrical equipment presents a risk, the distributor must also inform the manufacturer or importer, the Danish Safety Technology Authority and the other market surveillance authorities to that effect.

21. Section 16(2) applies correspondingly to distributors.


22. If a distributor knows or have reason to believe that electrical equipment which they have made available on the market is not in conformity with the requirements in this Executive Order must immediately take the corrective measures necessary to bring that electrical equipment into conformity with legislation, to withdraw it or recall it, if appropriate.

2. Section 9(2) applies correspondingly to distributors.

Assumption of the obligations of manufacturers by importers and distributors
23. An importer or distributor is considered to be a manufacturer and is subject to the obligations of the manufacturer, where it places electrical equipment on the market under its name or trade mark. Cf,
Sections 4 - 9, Section 33 and Section 36(1).

2. Subsection 1 also applies if an importer or distributor modifies electrical equipment already placed on the market in such a way that compliance with this Executive Order may be affected. Economic operators' identification of other economic operators

24. Economic operators must, on request, identify the following to the Danish Safety Technology Authority or other market surveillance authorities:
1) any economic operator who has supplied them with electrical equipment, and
2) any economic operator to whom they have supplied electrical equipment.

2. Economic operators must be able to present the information referred to in subsection 1 for 10 years after they have been supplied with electrical equipment and for 10 years after they have supplied electrical equipment.

Part 4: Conformity of the electrical equipment

Making available on the market
25. Electrical equipment may be made available on the market only if, having been constructed in accordance with good engineering practice in safety matters in force in the EU, it does not endanger the health and safety of persons and domestic animals, or property, when properly installed and maintained and used in applications for which it was made.

2. Annex 1 contains an overview of the principal safety requirements.

26. Anyone who operates an electrical plant for the distribution of electrical energy may not make the supply of electricity to consumers subject to safety requirements stricter than the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1.

Presumption of conformity of electrical equipment
27. Electrical equipment which is in conformity with harmonised standards or parts thereof, the references of which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union, are presumed to be in conformity with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1. However, this only applies to the requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1 that are covered by those standards or parts thereof.

28. Where harmonised standards referred to in Section 27 have not yet been drawn up and published, electrical equipment is considered to be in conformity with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1 where the electrical equipment complies with the safety provisions of the international standards set out by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) which the Commission has recommended in accordance with the publication procedure in Article 13(2 and

3) of Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.

29. Where harmonised standards referred to in Section 27 have not yet been drawn up and published and international standards referred to in Section 28 have not yet been published, electrical equipment is considered to be in conformity with the safety requirements in Section 25 and Annex 1 where the electrical equipment was manufactured in conformity with the safety provisions in the standards in force in the Member State of manufacture if it ensures a safety level equivalent to that required in Denmark.

EU declaration of conformity
30. The EU declaration of conformity must state that the fulfilment of the safety requirements set out in Section 25 and Annex 1 has been documented.

2. The EU declaration of conformity must
1) follow the model in Annex 4,
2) contain the elements specified in the conformity assessment procedure module A set out in Annex 3,
3) be continuously updated, and
4) be translated into Danish or English if the electrical equipment is placed on or made available on the market in Denmark.
3. Where electrical equipment is subject to more than one EU act requiring an EU declaration of conformity, a single EU declaration of conformity must be drawn up in respect of all such EU acts. That declaration must contain the identification of the EU acts concerned, including their publication references.

4. By drawing up the EU declaration of conformity, the manufacturer assumes responsibility for the compliance of the electrical equipment with the requirements laid down in this Executive Order.

CE marking
31. The CE marking is subject to the general principles set out in Article 30 of Regulation 2008/765/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.

32. The CE marking must be affixed visibly, legibly and indelibly to the electrical equipment or to its data plate. See also paragraph 2.

2. Where it is not possible or not warranted to comply with subsection 1 on account of the nature of the electrical equipment, the CE marking must be affixed to the packaging and to the accompanying documents.

3. The CE marking must be affixed before the electrical equipment is placed on the market.

Part 5: Market surveillance

33. An economic operator is under an obligation, following a reasoned request from the Danish Safety Technology Authority, to provide all information and documentation required to verify compliance with this Executive Order. The information and documentation must be provided in hard copy or in an electronic format.

2. The manufacturer and the importer must provide the information and documentation specified in subsection 1 in a language easily understood by the Danish Safety Technology Authority.

34. The Danish Safety Technology Authority may notify the public of the danger of electrical equipment.

35. The economic operators concerned must, in all necessary ways, cooperate with the Danish Safety Technology Authority or another market surveillance authority on their evaluation of electrical equipment, where there is sufficient reason to assume that it presents a risk to the health or safety of persons or to domestic animals or property.

Corrective actions by economic operators
36. The manufacturer and the importer must, if the Danish Safety Technology Authority or another competent national authority so requests, cooperate with the authority on corrective actions to eliminate the risks posed by the electrical equipment that they have placed on the market.

2. Subsection 1 applies accordingly to the authorised representative for electrical equipment that is subject to their mandate.

3. Subsection 1 applies accordingly to the distributor who made the electrical equipment available.

37. If the Danish Safety Technology Authority discovers that electrical equipment presents a risk to the health or safety of persons or to domestic animals or property, and it does not comply with the requirements in this Executive Order, the Danish Safety Technology Authority immediately requests the economic operator in question to take all necessary corrective actions in relation to the nature of the risk within a reasonable time by
1) bringing the electrical equipment into conformity with the requirements in this Executive Order,
2) withdrawing the electrical equipment from the market, or
3)  recalling the electrical equipment.

2. The economic operator in question must ensure that all necessary corrective action is taken in respect of electrical equipment that the economic operator has made available on the entire EU market.

38. If the economic operator in question does not take the necessary corrective action within the deadline referred to in Section 37 (1), the Danish Safety Technology Authority takes the necessary provisional measures to
1) prohibit or restrict the electrical equipment being made available on the Danish market,
2) withdraw the electrical equipment from the market, or
3) recall the electrical equipment.

2. If the European Commission decides that a decision made by the Danish Safety Technology Authority, as referred to in subsection 1, must be amended or revoked, the Authority adapts its decision accordingly or revokes it.

Compliant electrical equipment which presents a risk
39. Where, although electrical equipment is in compliance with this Executive Order, it presents a risk to the health or safety of persons or to domestic animals or property, the Danish Safety Technology Authority may order the economic operator to take all necessary corrective action, within a reasonable period determined by the Danish Safety Technology Authority commensurate with the nature of the risk, to
1) ensure that the electrical equipment concerned, when placed on the market, no longer presents a risk,
2) withdraw the electrical equipment from the market, or
3) recall the electrical equipment.
2. The economic operator in question must ensure that all necessary corrective action is taken in respect of all relevant electrical equipment that the economic operator has made available on the entire EU market.

Formal non-compliance
40. The Danish Safety Technology Authority may order an economic operator to remedy the following circumstances within a specific deadline:
1) The CE marking has not been affixed or has been affixed in violation of Article 30 of Regulation 765/2008/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council or Section 32 of this Executive Order.
2) The EU declaration of conformity has not been drawn up or has not been drawn up correctly.
3) Technical documentation is either not available or not complete.
4) The information referred to in Section 7 (3) and (4) or Section 15 is absent, false or incomplete.
5) One or more of the other administrative requirements made of the manufacturer and importer in Sections 4-9, Sections 12-18, Section 33 and
Section 36 (1) has not been fulfilled.

2. Where the circumstance is not remedied within the deadline specified in subsection 1, the Danish Safety Technology Authority may
1) prohibit the electrical equipment being made available on the market, or
2) order the economic operator to withdraw the electrical equipment or recall it.

Part 6: Penalties

41. Unless a more severe penalty is incurred under any other legislation, a fine is imposed on anyone who
1) places electrical equipment on the market in violation of Section 4, Section 5 (1) and (2) or Section 12, cf. Section 25,
2) makes electrical equipment available on the market in violation of Section 19, cf. Section 25,
3) neglects to keep documentation under Section 5 (3), Section 18 and Section 24 (2),
4) neglects to provide the electrical equipment with relevant information, cf. Section 7 and Section 15,
5) neglects to comply with the requirements concerning instructions and safety information, cf. Section 8, Section 16 (1) and Section 20 (1), no. 2,
6) neglects to check that the electrical equipment is provided with the required information, cf. Section 13 (2), nos. 2 and 3, or Section 20 (1), nos. 1, 3 and 4,
7) neglects to give the Danish Safety Technology Authority the necessary notification under Section 9 (2), Section 14 (2), Section 17 (2), cf. Section 9 (2), Section

20 (3) or Section 22 (2), cf. Section 9 (2),
8) neglects to provide the Danish Safety Technology Authority with the information required in accordance with Section 24 (1) and Section 33,
9) neglects to comply with a prohibition or order issued under Section 38 - Section 40 (2).

2. Companies, etc. (legal persons) may be subject to criminal liability under the rules of Part 5 of the Danish Penal Code.

3. The period of limitation for criminal liability is 10 years.

Part 7: Entry into force and transitional provisions

42. This Executive Order enters into force on 20 April 2016.

2. Executive Order no. 797 of 30 August 1994 on the entry into force of the EU Directive on the harmonisation of the laws of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits, as amended by the EU Directive amending, among others, the EU Directive on electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits, is hereby repealed.

43. Electrical equipment which complies with the requirements in Executive Order no. 797 of 30 August 1994 on the entry into force of the EU Directive on the harmonisation of the laws of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits, as amended by the EU Directive amending, among others, the EU Directive on electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits, and which was placed on the market before 20 April 2016, may continue to be made available on the market.

Ministry of Business and Growth, 30 March 2016
TROELS LUND POULSEN
 

Executive Order: LVD Equipment: Annex

Annex 1: Principal safety requirements for electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits

1. General conditions
a) The essential characteristics, the recognition and observance of which will ensure that electrical equipment can be used without danger and in applications for which it was made, must be marked on the electrical equipment, or, if this is not possible, included in an accompanying document.
b) The electrical equipment, together with its component parts, must be made in such a way as to ensure that it can be safely and properly connected.
c) The electrical equipment must be so designed and manufactured as to ensure that protection against the hazards set out in points 2 and 3 is assured, providing that the equipment is used in applications for which it was made and is adequately maintained.

2. Protection against hazards arising from the electrical equipment
Measures of a technical nature must be laid down in accordance with point 1, in order to ensure that:
a) Persons and domestic animals are adequately protected against the danger of physical injury or other harm which might be caused by direct or indirect contact.
b) Temperatures, arcs or radiation which would cause danger cannot arise.
c) Persons, domestic animals and property are adequately protected against non-electrical dangers caused by the electrical equipment which are revealed by experience.
d) The insulation is suitable for foreseeable conditions.

3. Protection against hazards which may be caused by external influences on the electrical equipment
Technical measures must be laid down in accordance with point 1, in order to ensure that the electrical equipment:
a) Meets the expected mechanical requirements in such a way that persons, domestic animals and property are not exposed to danger.
b) Is resistant to non-mechanical influences in expected environmental conditions, in such a way that persons, domestic animals and property are not exposed to danger.
c) Does not expose persons, domestic animals and property to damage in foreseeable conditions of overload.

Annex 2: Equipment and phenomena outside the scope of this Executive Order

Electrical equipment for use in an explosive atmosphere. 

Electrical equipment for radiology and medical purposes.

Electrical parts for goods and passenger lifts. 

Electricity meters.

Plugs and socket outlets for domestic use. 

Electric fence controllers.

Radio and television interference.

Specialised electrical equipment, for use on ships, aircraft or railways, which complies with the safety provisions drawn up by international bodies in which the Member States participate.

Custom built evaluation kits destined for professionals to be used solely at research and development facilities for such purposes.

Annex 3: MODULE A: Internal production control

1. Internal production control is the conformity assessment procedure whereby the manufacturer fulfils the obligations laid down in points 2, 3 and 4, and ensures and declares on its sole responsibility that the electrical equipment concerned satisfies the applicable requirements of Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council1).

2. Technical documentation
The manufacturer draws up the technical documentation. The documentation must make it possible to assess the electrical equipment’s conformity to the relevant requirements, and must include an adequate analysis and assessment of the risk(s). The technical documentation must specify the applicable requirements and cover, as far as relevant for the assessment, the design, manufacture and operation of the electrical equipment. The technical documentation must, where applicable, contain at least the following elements:

a) A general description of the electrical equipment.

b) Conceptual design and manufacturing drawings and schemes of components, sub-assemblies, circuits, etc.

c) Descriptions and explanations necessary for the understanding of those drawings and schemes and the operation of the electrical equipment.

d) A list of the harmonised standards applied in full or in part, the references of which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union or international or national standards referred to in Articles 13 and 142) and, where those harmonised standards or international or national standards have not been applied, descriptions of the solutions adopted to meet the safety requirements of Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council, including a list of other relevant technical specifications applied. In the event of partly applied harmonised standards or international or national standards referred to in Articles 13 and 14, the technical documentation must specify the parts which have been applied.

e) Results of design calculations made, examinations carried out, etc.

f) Test reports.

3. Manufacturing
The manufacturer must take all measures necessary so that the manufacturing process and its monitoring ensure compliance of the manufactured electrical equipment with the technical documentation referred to in point 2 and with the applicable requirements of Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.

4. CE marking and EU declaration of conformity
4.1. The manufacturer affixes the CE marking to each individual item of electrical equipment that satisfies the requirements of this Directive.
4.2. The manufacturer must draw up a written EU declaration of conformity for each product model and keep at the disposal of the national market surveillance authorities for 10 years after the electrical equipment has been placed on the market3). The EU declaration of conformity must identify the electrical equipment for which it has been drawn up. A copy of the EU declaration of conformity must be made available to the relevant market surveillance authorities upon request.

5. Authorised representative
The manufacturer’s obligations set out in point 4 may be fulfilled by its authorised representative, on its behalf and under its responsibility, provided that they are specified in the mandate.


1) Directive 2014/35/EU is implemented in Danish law by this Executive Order.
2) Articles 13 and 14 of Directive 2014/35/EU are implemented by Sections 28 and 29 of this Executive Order.
3) In Denmark: the Danish Safety Technology Authority.

Annex 4: EU declaration of conformity (no. XXXX)

1. Product model/product (product, type, batch or serial number):

2.  Name and address of the manufacturer or its authorised representative:

3. This declaration of conformity is issued under the sole responsibility of the manufacturer.

4. Object of the declaration (identification of electrical equipment allowing traceability; it may include a colour image of sufficient clarity where necessary for the identification of the electrical equipment):

5.The object of the declaration described above is in conformity with the relevant EU harmonisation legislation:

6. References to the relevant harmonised standards used or references to the other technical specifications in relation to which conformity is declared:

7. Additional information:
Signed for and on behalf of:
(place and date of issue):
(name, function) (signature):

4) It is optional for the manufacturer to assign a number to the declaration of conformity.

Executive Order: LVD Equipment: Notes

Official notes

The Executive Order implements Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on the harmonisation of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (recast), Official Journal 2014, no. L 96, page 357.

Directive 2014/35/EU is implemented in Danish law by this Executive Order.

Articles 13 and 14 of Directive 2014/35/EU are implemented by Sections 28 and 29 of this Executive Order.

In Denmark: the Danish Safety Technology Authority.

It is optional for the manufacturer to assign a number to the declaration of conformity.