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2005-04-05 Taiwan to push for RoHS, WEEE compliance
Taiwan's Industrial Development Bureau - under the Ministry of Economic Affairs -- recently announced that the ministry will support electronics manufacturers in coping with issues regarding compliance with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS) standards.
2005-10-10 Tyco rolls RoHS-compliant cables
Tyco Electronics' latest RoHS-compliant offering is its MADISON CABLE brand of Pb-free and heavy-metal-free cables
2008-10-16 REACH notice duty looms over industry
If complying with RoHS was a nightmare, brace yourself for REACH. In force since June 2007, it is now moving into a phase that will require "importers" and manufacturers of "articles" that contain certain "substances" at a concentration level of 0.1 percent or greater by weight to formally notify their customers when they deliver the product, and provide safe-use instructions
2006-06-20 Omron introduces RoHS-compliant RFID systems
Omron RFID has announced the introduction of its V720 Series HF (13.56MHz) ISO 15693 readers which comply with the RoHS directive
2013-03-14 Sensor makers need scalable product lines to compete globally
Honeywell's James McKenna talks about several technology trends in the medical device market and how those affect sensor manufacturers.
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