This is to inform you of our present status and of
our future plans regarding the RoHS/WEEE Directive, which goes into
effect July of 2006.
Under the RoHS Directive, the following six hazardous substances
may no longer be used:
| Hexavalent Chromium|
| Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)|
| Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE) |
We currently use three of these substances, Lead, Cadmium, and
Hexavalent Chromium, in some of our products, during the soldering
phase of component assembly.
Lead and Cadmium: We plan to stop using these substances
by July 1st, 2005. Currently, the following products DO NOT
utilize these substances:
MW12B, MH22B, SW22E, SP22E, LCP12, LCP15
MA, MB, DA (dials)
Hexavalent Chromium: We plan to stop using this substance
by January 1st, 2006. On and after that date, all of our
products will meet all of the RoHS Directive requirements.
RoHS and REACH Compliance Declaration (January 2013)
RoHS and REACH 138 SVHC Declaration (April 2013)
Candidate List of 163 Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) (July 2015)
Thank you and Best Regards,
ETI Systems, Inc.