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EIATRACK

Ensure Your Electronic Products are Environmentally Compliant
Do you track environmental regulations for product development? Need the latest regulation to ensure product positioning?

This online tool provides risk management and risk mitigation for electronic products. With EIATRACK, you can follow environmental regulations, access proposal and legislative intelligence (RoHS, WEEE) and get custom alerts and easily distribute information across product teams. EIATRACK enables you to:

What’s Included

Features
  • Robust search engine
  • Extensive up-to-date library
  • Customizable information
  • Regulatory tracking
  • Special reports, expert forums and legislative summaries
  • Enterprise-wide collaborative tools
Regulatory Content

RoHS & REACH
Restricts the use of eight hazardous materials when manufacturing various types of electronic and electrical products

WEEE
Imposes manufacturer responsibility for ecologically-friendly disposal or reuse and refurbishment of waste

EuP & Design for Environment
Sets requirements to help reduce the environmental impact of electric devices throughout product lifecycle

Energy efficiency
Includes specifications on Minimum Energy Performance standards, standby power targets and mandatory labeling

Batteries
Covers design specifications and end-of-life requirements for nickel cadmium batteries found in electronic devices

Packaging
Covers packaging regulations and how they affect product releases across multiple markets

Industry Success Stories

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Follow the IHS Energy Blog

Oct 19

Decline in Flying Insects

It's my habit during tea- and smoke-breaks at work to go out and see whats buzzin' and beetlin' around on the fence (between our car-park and a horse-meadow - I work in a fairly rural area). I've noticed far fewer bees, flies and wasps this year - and it seems it's not just local: http://www.scien

Oct 19

How Do I Calculate The Maximum Load I Can Put Onto My Handrail?

I have a handrail made out of mild steel that has: A outside diameter of 33.7mm with an internal diameter of 27.7mm The handrail is straight at 1.432m and is 1.060m high. It has to be able to with stand a uniform load of 0.36 kN/m. And it also has to withstand a concentration load of 0.89kN. Ho


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