|International Declarations of Conformity|
Select a product from the lists below to view its Declaration of Conformity (DoC). A Declaration of Conformity may apply to one or more of the following geographic regions:|
The Declarations have been signed by persons authorised by Intel Corporation to represent it in making regulatory declarations on behalf of business units, or on a regional representation basis.
To access documents under NDA, click here.
|Server and Workstation Products|
|Network Building Blocks|
|Network Building Blocks (Hungarian)|
|Internet Exchange Architecture Products|
|Optical (laser) Products|
|Solid State Drives|
|Print Servers & InBusiness™ Products|
|Hubs, Routers and Switches|
|Audio, Camera and Toy Products|
|Digital Health Products|
|Consolidated IDOCs (Turkey)|
|Test and Validation Equipment |
|Boxed Thermal Solutions |
|Fabric Products |
|European Union - Declarations of Conformity - CE Marking|
The CE mark is a mandatory European Union (EU) requirement that shows a given product is compliant with all the "relevant" EU directives for that product. For Intel products this would typically be one or more of:
- Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
- EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
- Radio & Telecommunication Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) Directive 1999/05/EC
Safety shall be demonstrated by nationally recognized testing laboratory certification.|
Compliance with Part 15 of the FCC Rules shall declare EMC performance.
For Telecommunications products, compliance with Part 68 of the FCC rules shall be shown by the technical standards adopted by ACTA.
|Canada, Australia, New Zealand|
The listed standards include the relevant EMC and Safety specifications to which compliance has been demonstrated.|
For Telecommunications products, details are provided of any Telecommunications Registrations that have been established.
In some other regions the listed standards may also demonstrate conformity. For more details, or country specific approvals, consult the regional representative.