Our company has an ISO 9001-2008 certificate, issued by the independent SGS Institute of Certification.
The IBV waterproof lighting fixtures can be used on environmental temperature in conformity with the Standard EN 60598.
In case of other requirements a preliminary consultation with the producer is suggested.
„CE” mark of product conformity
According to the provisions of law in force, the manufacturer has to declare that its products meet the valid requirements of standards and technical requirements applied in the countries of the European Union. For luminaires are e.g. the low voltage (73/23/EWG and 93/68/EWG), and the electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EWG) directives valid.
Independent marks of product quality: „ENEC11”
Apart from the compulsory „CE” declaration, an independent third party also attests the quality of our products. A sample of the product having been tested and found acceptable by the institute of qualification. This is the basis on which the certificate is granted, and this test has to be renewed at certain intervals. Besides the product samples the manufacturer itself is examined as well, during inspections at the production facility at regular intervals.
IBV Hungária Kft. provides in addition to a „CE” declaration also further documents of quality assurance to the customers, which are based on the results of inspections made by independent bodies. The name, professional past and references of the certifying body are the guarantee which makes the quality certificate authentic and valuable.
The quality of luminaires made by IBV Hungária Kft. is attested by internationally accepted certificates issued by ÖVE ÖSTERREICHISCHER VERBAND FÜR ELEKTROTECHNIK (Austrian Association of Electrotechnics) with head-quarters in Vienna.
Our luminaires are sold with ÖVE qualification, and they also bear CE marks to attest meeting the requirements of international standards. Our products are authorised to bear ENEC signs, with which they can be sold without any further qualification in more than 20 European countries which have joined the LUM Agreement.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the property of an electrical equipment or system, that it works satisfactorily in electromagnetic environment without causing electromagnetic disturbance in other equipment in its environment.
The appliances, which can cause such electromagnetic disturbance or can be affected by such disturbances have to be built out as follows:
- the electromagnetic disturbance evolved by them mustn’t pass the level, which still makes possible the proper function of equipments for telecommunication, radio-telecommunication and others,
- they must have such own tolerance against electromagnetic disturbance, which makes possible their proper function.
The checking of the disturbance evolving and tolerance suitability of the electrical products is specified in the regulations of the European countries. This kind of suitability can be prooved most easily with the suitability of the specifications of the relevant standards.
Compliance with the EMC standard (EMC = electromagnetic compatibility) means, that each luminaire meets the requirements of EMC of the corresponding norms. These are:
- limited generation of disturbance
- sufficient tolerance of disturbance
Limited generation of disturbance means, that the electromagnetic disturbances are limited in a way, that proper function of equipments for radio- and telecommunication is possible, namely
- harmonics limitation
- limitation of radio disturbances (reflected and performance bounded)
The sufficient disturbance stability means, that the equipment has a measured stability against the electromagnetic disturbances, so the proper function is possible. Sufficient disturbance stability is for example the stability against potential breakdown, impulse of mains current, electrostatic discharge, surge voltage.