As a global manufacturer and supplier, NI constantly reviews existing and upcoming international legislation. NI also stays abreast of global requirements through memberships and involvement in recognized organizations such as EPPA and standards bodies such as IEC.
As a test and measurement equipment manufacturer in the EU, NI does not produce or import chemical substances in excess of 1 tonne/year. Any materials purchased for use in our EU manufacturing facilities, such as solder, are purchased within the EU and comply with current registration requirements. In addition, NI products do not release any substances into the environment during normal and foreseeable conditions of use.
All NI products including accessories and packaging are considered “articles” under REACH. NI confirms, based on information gathered through the supply chain, that its electronic instrument products contain none of the substances identified as SVHC, above a concentration of 0.1 percent by weight of product, other than those on the NI SVHC Product Listing. NI regularly reviews the Candidate List published by ECHA and responds to any SVHCs found in NI products. In addition, NI receives information from the supply chain and will provide updated information to customers of any changes required for continued safe use of products. In support of REACH goals, NI provides appropriate substance use information to its material vendors. Suppliers of an article must, under certain conditions, communicate information down the supply chain. This information can help our vendors in correctly recording our substance use case in the event they are required to register per REACH requirements.
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