Low Voltage Agreement Group

The tests are carried out in a recognized testing laboratory, accepted by the members of LOVAG. The Low Voltage Agreement Group (LOVAG) is a mutual agreement between European certification bodies operating in the low voltage industrial products sector. It was created to facilitate the access of products to major world markets. LOVAG was founded in 1991 and CASA is one of the founding members. LOVAG members are certification bodies for products accredited by their respective national bodies and which have signed the IAF (International Accreditation Forum) agreement. LOVAG members issue certificates based on the application of international standards, issue licenses after factory checks and, where appropriate, monitor the market without compromising on integrity and quality. The LOVAG agreement is guaranteed by regular peer review among members The fundamental objective of LOVAG is to harmonize the testing and certification of low-voltage industrial equipment. Therefore, compliance with IEC standards, European standards (EN) and European directives; such as the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) and the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive. All members of LOVAG and their respective laboratories have high technical skills in the field of industrial electrical products, as well as their inspectors and technicians actively participating in international standardization activities, EN and IEC. . .

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