Topic: CE certification

Will Novena be CE certified? I guess that people could get troubles in some european countries if it won't be CE certified.
I heard that it does not cost too much to do it.

Re: CE certification

It would be nice if Novena could be certified but, as stated in the crowdsupply campaign, Novena isn't a "finished end product", it's more like a development board. In that way, comparable to the rPI or BeagleBone:

http://www.raspberrypi.org/compliance-testing/

Anyway, when I get my Novena I may be able to perform some EMC testing at work... at least radiated and conducted emissions... I could also do conducted immunity, but for that... I could face destroying the battery board hmm

Re: CE certification

I agree that the board alone isn´t a "finished end product", but I am not so sure about the Desktop, Laptop and Heirloom edition also qualify for this exception.

Re: CE certification

I'm pretty sure in the end the RPi guys had to scramble near release and actually get the board tested. The !"finished end product" loophole didn't work for them.