The CE mark gives access for products to the EU. This diagram shows what the mark looks like and how to get the geometry of the CE mark right. Products in the EU are covered by one or more of a number of Directives and each Directive has a list of harmonised standards that are identified as EN. This stands for EuroNorm.
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