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Document Version History Ver. Date Creator Description Approved by Template Version History Ver. Date Creator Description Approved by Environmental Manager First version of Statement of Conformance to the Elcoteq Substance List Environmental Manager 1 06/24/03 V3 2 10/16/03 Environmental Manager Elcoteq Substance List version 4.0 included. Changes to version 3.0 Environmental Manager are: EU "RoHS" , "EoL Vehicle" Directive & Rhode Island Mercury Reduction Act requirements implemented to Elcoteq requirements. Updated correct RoHS & WEEE Directive numbers included sub 3 01/10/05 Environmental Manager Elcoteq Substance List version 5.0 included. Major review to key Environmental Manager 3.1 10/03/05 Environmental Manager Elcoteq Substance current and upcoming legislation. customers' lists andList version 5.2 included. Environmental Manager 4 01/04/06 Environmental Manager Updated according to Elcoteq substance list version 6. Environmental Manager 7 24.04.2008 Environmental Manager Updated according to the Elcoteq substance list version 10 Environmental Manager 8 7.1.2009 Jatta Kosonen Updated according to the Elcoteq substance list version 12 Jatta Kosonen 9 17.8.2009 Jatta Kosonen Updated to require also the actual amounts of the six RoHS substances Jatta Kosonen 10 8.2.2010 Jatta Kosonen Updated according to the Elcoteq substance list version 13 Jatta Kosonen 11 6.9.2010 Mikko Heikonen Updated according to the Elcoteq substance list version 14 and 15 Mikko Heikonen bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/201211:50 PM 1/12 11.1 8.11.2010 Mikko Heikonen Locking of cells removed for easier acces to REACH Internet link Mikko Heikonen 12 19.1.2011 Mikko Heikonen Legally banned chemicals statement column changed for easier Mikko Heikonen answering. Antimony moved to Monitored chemicals. Rohs exemptions updated according to 24.9,2010 status. New REACH SVHC chemicals checked and were not added to monitored chemical list, since they are irrelevant for electrical industry. Category data updated to some substances. A place for test reports added 12.1 10.2.2011 Mikko Heikonen Questionnaire topics (yes/no) changed to be the same for legally Mikko Heikonen banned and monitored substances bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/201211:50 PM 2/12 Statement of Conformance to Elcoteq Substance List SoC V12.1 According to Elcoteq substance list V16 Manufacturer/Supplier information Manufacturer name: Manufacturer Part & Version Number: Full Description of Part: Manufacturer/Supplier contact name: Manufacturer/Supplier contact email address: Date of Completion (dd/mm/yyyy): Elcoteq Information Elcoteq Part Number (dummy or final #): Manufacturer/Supplier hereby states conformance of the above mentioned product(s)/part(s) to the Elcoteq Substance List (version 16). The table below must be filled in. In case of nonconformance, nonconformances must be clearly stated in the table below. Manufacturer/Supplier also confirms that in the case of full conformance, this statement will continue to apply. Group of substances LEGALLY BANNED AND RESTRICTED Legislation Currently meets Amount of the If requirement is not Comments: eg. schedule SUBSTANCES all the substance included in met, where is the for phase out from requirements? the product (in g/mg substance used in the restricted applications (if (Note details and exemptions in the Footnotes sheet) (including and in ppm). product? known) pending Also if there is an restrictions) exemption in use please mention it here. (List process Attach RoHS Report number Report date Report application and part) test report to (D.M.YYYY) age in the cell below: months Yes No Bromine and compounds The concentration of PBB´s and PBDE`s shall be ≤ 0,1 % by 2002/95/EC (RoHS); weight of homogenous material(2. The concentration of bromine 2002/96/EC (WEEE); RoHS compliance KIFS 1992:7 (Sweden); shall be ≤ 0,09 % by weight of a homogenous material.(7 2000/60/EEC, Expected to be reduced or gradually phased out from all 2002/45/EC, 76/769/EEC, applications. 82/828/EEC, 85/467/EEC, See also the exemptions sheet for RoHs exemptions. 89/677/EEC, Japanese Remember to declare always when an RoHS exemption is in use. legislation, 2455/92/EEC; 96/59/EC; 2003/11/EC Cadmium and Banned in all applications (6. The concentration of Cd or its 91/338/EEC; 76/769/EEC; RoHS compliance compounds compounds shall be ≤ 0.01% by weight of a homogeneous material 2002/525/EC; (2 2002/95/EC; 91/157/EEC; . 94/62/EC; 1999/51/EC; 2000/53/EC; 2002/95/EC NOTE1: Cadmium is banned also in packaging(3 & packaging inks, (RoHS); 2002/96/EC NOTE2: Maximum concentration limit for batteries is 20ppm (WEEE). See also the exemptions sheet for RoHs exemptions. Remember to declare always when an RoHS exemption is in use. Chromium VI (Cr6+) Banned in all applications. For maximum allowable concentration 2002/95/EC (RoHS); RoHS compliance value, the level of up to 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials(2 2002/96/EC (WEEE); shall be tolerated. Hexavalent chromium is also banned in 94/62/EEC; 2000/53/EC; packaging(3 & packaging inks. 2000/53/EC (EoL See also the exemptions sheet for RoHs exemptions. Remember to Vehicles); 2002/525/EC; declare always when an RoHS exemption is in use. 89/677/EEC; 91/157/EEC; 94/62/EEC; Danish Statutory Order NO. 1012 of November 13, 2000 Lead and compounds 1. Banned in all applications(5,6. 2002/95/EC (RoHS); RoHS compliance 2.The concentration of Pb and its compounds shall be ≤ 0,01 % by 2002/96/EC (WEEE); weight of a homogenous polymeric material and ≤ 0,1 % by weight 2000/53/EC; of other homogenous materials.Lead is also banned in packaging(3 2002/525/EC; and packaging inks. 89/677/EEC; 91/157/EEC; 3. The lead content in outer sleeves of cables/cords shall not exceed 94/62/EEC; Danish the amount of 300ppm Statutory Order NO. 1012 See also the exemptions sheet for RoHS exemptions. Remember to of November 13, 2000 declare always when an exemption is in use. California proposition 65, USA Mercury and compounds 1. Banned in all applications(10. 2002/95/EC (RoHS), Attach REACH Report number Report date Report 2. The concentration of Hg and compounds shall be ≤ 0,1 % by 2002/96/EC (WEEE); test report to (DD.MM.YYY age in RoHS compliance weight of homogenous material. 2002/525/EC; NOTE1: Mercury is also banned in packaging(3 and packaging 89/677/EEC; 94/62/EEC; the cell below: Y) months inks. 98/101/EC; Sweden (SFS NOTE2: Maximum concentration limit for batteries is 5ppm 1996:319); 2000/53/EC. NOTE3: Maximum concentration level for button cells is Rhode Island Mercury 20000ppmand ≤ 0,0005 % by weight in other batteries and Reduction and Education accumulators. Act, 2001-H6161A, See also the exemptions sheet for RoHS exemptions. Remember to 13.7.2001 declare always when an exemption is in use. REACH, Substances of a Supplier must inform Elcoteq immediately if an article supplied to REACH Regulation (EC) REACH SVHC compliance very high concern Elcoteq contains more than 0,1 % (w/w) of any of the substances No 1907/2006 (SVHC) (published by mentioned. ECHA) Supplier is responsible of following up the most recent version of the candidate list in ECHA webpage: http://echa.europa.eu/chem_data/authorisation_process/candidate_li st_table_en.asp Carcinogens, mutagens Banned in applications where user may be exposed (15 to the listed REACH Regulation (EC) REACH compliance and reproductive toxins chemical during normal use of the product. Maximum allowable No 1907/2006 concentration values are listed for some of the chemicals (see sheet: "Examples"). Additionally, the concentration of azo dyes and pigments containing carcinogenic amino compounds in all other preparations shall be less than 0.1% by weight of the chemical and the concentration of listed aromatic amines shall be ≤0,003 % by weight of the chemical. Organic Tin Compounds In paints and as pigments and as antiooxidizing, anti-bacterial, anti- REACH article 67 compliance (Tributyltin (TBT), fungal, anti-septic, anti-staining and anti-fouling. REACH Triphenyl Tin (TPT), Tributyltinoxide (TBTO) Banned in all applications as intentionally introduced(13. Arsenic and compounds Banned in glass in lamps 89/677/EEC Wood Use of wood that has been treated with arsenic wood preservation preservation; 2003/2/EC treatment banned. Maximum allowed concentration value for arsenic Air; 2004/107/EC in the preservation chemical and in the glass of lamps is 1000ppm Treatment of industrial (0.1%) by weight of the chemical. Banned also in wood packaging waters 89/677/EC Asbestos Banned in all applications. For impurities from natural raw materials Ref. 1999/77/EC and processes, the maximum concentration level of 0.01% of a 76/769/EEC, 83/478/EEC, substance/material shall be tolerated, provided it is not intentionally 85/610/EEC, 87/217/EEC, introduced(13. 91/659/EEC, 99/77/EEC Benzene and specific Total concentration of Benzene in the product (=part/component) Ref. 89/677/EEC chlorobenzenes shall not exceed 0.1 % by weight. Beryllium and BeO Banned as intentionally introduced in all applications 76/769/EEC compounds Beryllium and compounds (other than BeO) Banned in all 97/56/EEC application with the maximum concentration of 1000ppm (see exemptions) Chlorine and compounds 1. Concentration of PCBs and PCTs as impurities from natural raw Regulation (including ozone materials and processes shall be ≤0.005% by weight of a 2037/2000/EEC; depleting substances) homogeneous material(2. 94/60/EEC; Regulation 2. The concentration of Cl shall be ≤ 0.09% by weight of a (EC) No 2037/2000; homogenous material.(2, 8 76/769/EEC NOTE: For Security Appliances, the maximum concentration limit in 91/173/EEC requirement 2. is applicable only to chlorinated paraffins, aliphatic 99/51/EEC CHCs, CFCs, HCFCs and Halons, and concerns all parts and components. Formaldehyde For all products: Banned in wood and wooden material, e.g. KIFS 1998:8 (Sweden) packaging. Limit of 0.1 ml/m3 (special testing procedure). Japanese legislation Nickel and compounds Banned as intentionally introduced(13 on the surfaces of 94/27/EC products/parts that are intended to come into direct and prolonged contact with the skin. See notes for additional details(4. The ban also covers the use of chromium plating with nickel under layer and any other plating system where the top plating can not hinder nickel release. Nonyl Phenols and Banned in textile, leather, metal, pulp and paper parts. No 76/769/EEC Nonylphenol Ethoxylates measurable trace amounts are allowed in parts made of these materials.(14 Expected to be reduced or gradually phased out from Elcoteq applications. Perfluorooctane Banned in all applications(11. Maximum allowable concentration 2006/122/EFOC sulfonates (PFOSs) shall be less than 0,005% by weight of homogenous material. Radioactive Substances Not to be intentionally added. Uranium, Plutonium, Radon, Americium, Thorium Substances that may Banned in the surfaces of products/parts that are intended to come 67/548/EEC cause skin sensitization into direct and prolonged/repeated contact with the skin(11. Note that 850/2004/EEC if a coating is applied on a sensitizing substance, the coating shall Unece Protocol be sufficient to ensure that the rate of substance release will not 2005/69/EC exceed sensitizing rate for a period of at least two years of normal German Stiftung use of the product. Warentest based on 2001/95/EC and EC/1935/2004 MONITORED SUBSTANCES AND INDUSTRY Currently meets Amount of the If requirement is not Comments: eg. schedule SUBSTANCE RESTRICTIONS: Supplier must inform all the substance included in met, where is the for phase out from Elcoteq if these substances are included in products requirements? the product (in g/mg substance used in the restricted applications (if supplied to Elcoteq (including and in ppm). product? known) pending Also if there is an restrictions) exemption in use please mention it here. Attach PVC/BFR/halog en free test Report date Report (List process application reports to the (DD-MM- age in Yes No and part) cells below: Report number YYYY) months Brominated flame Total bromine concentration by weight in homogenous plastic Industry restricted compliance compliance retardants (other than materials is maximum 1000ppm, PWB laminate 900ppm. substance BFR PBB and PBDE) Polyvinyl Chloride, PVC PVC shall not be used as intentionally introduced(13 in product Industry restricted packaging. substance PVC The use of PVC in product related applications must be phased out JIG specified substance by 31.12.2010 Reporting level, more than 1000ppm Antimony and antimony Antimony is banned in glass in lamps. The maximum concentration Industry restricted compounds limit is 1000ppm substance Antimony trioxide, Sb2O3 For Elcoteq Consumer Electronics Products the maximum allowable JIG specifield substance concentration value of Sb2O3 in polymeric materials, the level of up to 0.09% by weight of homogeneous material(2 shall be tolerated. Actions ongoing to reduce or gradually phase out antimony trioxide as a flame retardant. Bismuth and Bismuth Reporting level, more than 1000ppm. JIG specifield substance Components Phthalates Banned as intentionally introduced(13 in Consumer electronics California Proposition 65 applications. Must be informed if existing in other products. Reporting level, more than 1000ppm Isocyanates Not to be used in packaging materials. Not to be used in applications where it may be heated to decomposition temperatures in use or in repair of products. Expected to be reduced or gradually phased out from Elcoteq applications. Selenium and its Reporting level, more than 1000ppm. JIG specifield substance compounds Sulfur hexafluoride Reporting level, more than 1000ppm. Industry restricted substance Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM Exemptions and definitions to substance restrictions at Elcoteq substance list (1 Definition of "electrical and electronic equipment" is based on WEEE 1. Large household appliances 2. Small household appliances 3. IT and telecommunications equipment 4. Consumer equipment For reference all RoHS ex 5. Lighting equipment 6. Electrical and electronic tools 7. Toys, leisure and sports equipment RoHS exemptions 8. Medical devices September2010.xls 9. Monitoring and control instruments 10. Automatic dispensers NOTE: Batteries are not included in the definition of "electrical and electronic equipment" (2 "Homogeneous Material" means a material that can not be mechanically disjointed into different materials. - The term "homogeneous" is understood as "of uniform composition throughout". Examples of "homogeneous materials" are in paper, board, resins and coatings. For example a stainless steel screw is a "homogeneous material", but a semi-conductor pac include plastic molding material, tin-platings on the lead-frame, the lead-frame alloy and gold-bonding wires. - The term "mechanically disjointed" means that the material can be, in principle separated by mechanical actions such as unsc (3 Details of the ban of cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead and mercury in packaging: - The sum of concentration levels of cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead and mercury in packaging or packaging components (4 Details of the ban of nickel and cobalt: - Prolonged skin contact means 10 minutes of continuous skin contact during normal use of the product. - It is recommended to avoid cobalt, nickel and nickel plating in parts that come into skin contact, even if contact is not prolonge -The use of stainless steels is allowed (note: the use of high sulphur containing stainless steel (Sulphur content is higher than 0 (5 Exemptions to the ban of lead: 5(a) - Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes 5(b) - Lead in glass of fluorescent tubes not exceeding 0,2 % by weight 6(b) - Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0,4 % lead by weight 6(c) - Copper alloy containing up to 4 % lead by weight 7(a) - Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead- based alloys containing 85 % by weight or more lead) 7(b) - Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling 7(c)-I - Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e. 7(c)-II - Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of 125 V AC or 250 V DC or higher 7(c)-III - Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC. Expires on 1 January 20 14 - Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection between the pins and the package of microproces 6/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM Expires on 1 January 2011 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 15) Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit F 23 - Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a pitch of 0,65 mm and less. May be used in spare pa 29 - Lead bound in crystal glass as defined in Annex I (Categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69/493/EEC ( (6 Exemptions for the ban of using lead and cadmium: 13(b) - Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards (7 Exemptions to the ban of bromine and compounds - Bromine in RoHS compliant back light (BEF) foil of displays (not a flame retardant) - Bromine as an activator in solder (8 Exemptions to the ban of chlorine and compounds -Chlorine in paint primers for PA, PAA, PPS, PBT plastics and metals, including basecoats that are used as primers - Chlorine in inks and decoration foils - Chlorine in Polyphenylene sulfide plastics at ≤ 0.5% concentration - Zinc chloride in adhesive tapes (9 Exemptions to the ban of phthalates -The maximum concentration of phthalate, from the die attach adhesives, present in the component shall be less than 0.1% of The need for the exemption will be reviewed periodically. (10 Exemptions to the ban of mercury: - Mercury in compact fluorescent lamps not exceeding 5 mg per lamp - Mercury in straight fluorescent lamps for general purposes not exceeding - halophosphates - triphosphate with normal lifetime 5 mg - triphosphate with long lifetime 8 mg - Mercury in straight fluorescent lamps for special purposes - Mercury in other lamps not specifically mentioned in the list of exemptions to the directive. (11 Exemptions to the ban of perfluorooctane sulfonates: - Use of perfluorooctane sulfonates is allowed as photoresists or anti-reflective coatings for photolithography processes and we where the amount of PFOS released into the environment is minimized (12 For reacted materials that are not in themselves sensitizing this covers possible remains of sensitizing reactant(s). (13 Definition of "Intentionally introduced" for the purpose of the Elcoteq Substance List : - "Intentionally introduced" shall mean "deliberately utilized in the formulation of a material or component where its continued pr a specific characteristic, appearance or quality". The use of recycled materials as feedstock for the manufacture of new prod may contain amounts of regulated substances, is not to be considered as intentionally introduced. (14 Exemptions for the ban of using Nonylphenols and Nonylphenol ethoxylates: Trace amounts allowed when originated from following processes: 7/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM - controlled closed dry cleaning systems where the washing liquid is recycled or incinerated, cleaning systems with special treat - textiles and leather processing with no release into waste water, and systems with special treatment where the process water prior to biological waste water treatment; - metal working uses in controlled closed systems where the washing liquid is recycled or incinerated; (15 Exposures considered significant for carcinogens, mutagens, and reproductive toxins are the following: - Where significant levels of the substance may come into contact with the skin as a result of leaching from the solid product su - Where a volatile substance is still present within the solid product following purchase. - The substance is considered to be at significant levels when it is present in the product at levels at or above 0,1% unless an a "Maximum Concentration Limit in surface materials" column of the "Examples" worksheet. 16) Exemptions to the use of beryllium and its compounds: Be is exempted in the following applications: i) Be metal and BeO used in XRay applications, ii) BeO as ceramic heat resistant in semiconductors iii) Be metal alloy (BeCu) in RF shielding in MR applications. In other applications where no alternatives exist, exemptions may 8/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM For reference all RoHS exemptions (as of 24.9.2010) listed in below Excel-file RoHS exemptions September2010.xls erent materials. mogeneous materials" are individual types of plastics, ceramics, glass, metals, alloys, ", but a semi-conductor package contains many homogeneous materials which anical actions such as unscrewing, cutting, crushing, grinding and abrasive processes. g or packaging components shall not exceed 0,01% by weight. en if contact is not prolonged. hur content is higher than 0,03%) is not recommended due to its potential for nickel release). ght or more lead) ent for switching, signalling, transmission, and network management for telecommunications ric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound DC. Expires on 1 January 2013 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 2013 he package of microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80 % and less than 85 % by weight. 9/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM he market before 1 January 2011 er within integrated circuit Flip Chip packages s. May be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 24 September 2010 il Directive 69/493/EEC ( 1 ) used as primers shall be less than 0.1% of the component weight. ography processes and wetting agents for use in controlled electroplating systems of sensitizing reactant(s). nent where its continued presence is desired in the final product to provide e manufacture of new products, where some portion of the recycled materials 10/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM g systems with special treatment where the washing liquid is recycled or incinerated; nt where the process water is pretreated to remove the organic fraction completely the following: ng from the solid product surface. or above 0,1% unless an alternate maximum concentration level is provided in the ives exist, exemptions may be granted 11/12 Footnotes bc4321e3-72b8-450a-b47b-3f58899fdcf6.xls 10/23/2012 11:50 PM re 1 January 2013 12/12
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