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Declarations of Conformity for Intel® Processors

Last Reviewed: 23-Nov-2016
Article ID: 000007618

The CE Declaration of Conformity is a document used in Europe which a manufacturer signs, stating what certifications and standards a product will possess, achieve, or follow. Information Technology Equipment including computers and computer components must follow the EMC Directive and the Low Voltage Directive.

Find information on International Declarations of Conformity for processors regarding the following international regulatory requirements at International Declarations of Conformity.

Regulations covered by region:

  • European Union - CE Marking
  • USA - Safety certification, FCC compliance on EMC and ACTA technical standards
  • Canada, Australia, New Zealand - EMC, safety specifications, Telecommunications Registrations

Other regions:

In other regions, the listed standards may also demonstrate conformity.
For more details or country-specific approvals, consult your regional representative.

This article applies to: