TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility

The Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility sets the minimum requirements for the electromagnetic compatibility of technical devices for the protection of life, health, property and the environment, as well as consumer protection against misleading information.

In accordance with the TR CU 020/2011, the electromagnetic compatibility must be designed and manufactured in such a way that electromagnetic interference is not capable of impairing radios or other devices. The devices themselves must not be susceptible to electromagnetic interference.

Although the requirements of the Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 have been coordinated with the requirements of the EU Directive 2014/30/EU On electromagnetic compatibility, they are not identical.

The compliance with the requirements of the Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility is a prerequisite for successful access to the Russian and Eurasian market.

Adopted on December 9, 2011

Came into force on February 15, 2013

From March 15, 2015, the Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 will definitively override the national standards such as GOST or Russian TR. As of this date, TR CU 020/2011 is the only standard in the field of electromagnetic compatibility within the customs union.

Application area of TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility

The Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 applies to all devices that can generate electromagnetic interference or to those devices whose functionality is dependent on the influence of external electromagnetic interference.

The Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011 does not include a ruling on the use of radio frequencies by governments. This is governed exclusively by the national legislation of the member countries of the customs union.

According to TR CU 020/2011 the following products are subject to the EAC Certification:

  • household electrical appliances
  • personal electronic data processing machines
  • devices that can be connected to electronic data processing machines
  • electrical tools
  • electronic musical instruments

According to TR CU 020/2011 the following devices are subject to the EAC Declaration:

All devices that can cause electromagnetic interference, which are not listed in the list of devices subject to EAC Certification, are subject to the mandatory EAC Declaration according to TR CU 020/2011.

According to TR CU 020/2011 no conformity assessment is needed for devices which are used exclusively as components and are not intended for their own use:

  • electromagnetic passive devices
  • electric wire
  • technical equipment without an automatic switch
  • household electric heating without thermostats and fans
  • electric batteries and accumulators without active electronic circuits
  • headphones and loudspeakers without amplifiers
  • high-voltage equipment, in which the electromagnetic interference can only be caused by defective insulation, under the proviso that this equipment does not contain any active switching components
  • capacitors
  • induction motors
  • quartz watches
  • light bulbs
  • plugs, sockets, fuses, switches without active electronic circuits
  • passive antennas for the reception of radio and television broadcasting

We note, whether or not the devices are subject to conformity assessment according to the Technical Regulation TR CU 020/2011, they also might be subject to other directives, such as TR CU 004/2011 On safety of low voltage equipment, TR EAEU 037/2016 On restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, or TR ZU 010/2011 On safety of machinery and equipment.

EAC marking

TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility

The products that have been confirmed to conform with the requirements of TR CU 020/2011 are marked with the EAC sign of the customs union. Placing a product on the market without corresponding marking can be punished with a fine or confiscation.

Period of validity of the EAC certificate

The certificate for serial production is valid for 5 years.

TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility in the Russian language


We would be pleased to advise you professionally and competently on the EAC certification or declaration. We will verify free of charge whether your products are subject to the conformity certification obligation according to TR CU 020/2011 On electromagnetic compatibility.

In our video, we explain what an EAC Certification is and how and where to certify or declare your products for the introduction on the EAEU market.

The EAC Certification and the EAC Declaration are complex procedures that attest your products the conformity with the technical regulations of the EAEU and require a lot of know-how. Schmidt & Schmidt will support you with the certification of your products for the EAEU market.

The EAC certificate of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an official document, that proofs the conformity of the products with the harmonized technical regulations of the member states of the EAEU. The products, whose conformity with the technical regulations could be confirmed by the certificate of the EAEU, may be moved and sold in the whole customs area of the member states of the EAEU.

The EAC Declaration of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an official document that proofs, that the products meet the minimum requirements of the technical regulations of the EAEU. An EAC declaration is issued by the manufacturer, importer or an authorized representative and listed in the official register. Those products, whose conformity with the technical regulations are confirmed by the declaration, have the permission to be freely moved and sold in the whole customs territory of the member states of the EAEU.

The EAC certificate can only be issued after a quality assessment, which has to be carried out by a certification body accredited in one of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union. The certification is conducted on the basis of technical documentations, company-internal created test reports, or rather test reports provided by accredited test laboratories, as well as on basis of a manufacturing audit on site. The certificate is printed on an official pre-printed form, which has several forgery-proof elements and is authenticated by the signature and seal of an accredited body. The EAC certificate is usually issued for “complex” products that require an extensive control by the authorities.

With the EAC Declaration the manufacturer, importer or authorized representative declares the conformity of his products with the minimum requirements of the technical regulation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). As distinguished from the EAC certificate, the EAC declaration is issued by the manufacturer or importer himself. All necessary tests and analysis are or made by the manufacturer or in some cases by the laboratory. The applicant issues the EAC declaration himself on a usual piece of paper. The EAC declaration has to be listed in the uniform register of the EAEU by an accredited certification body of one of the member states of the EAEU.

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