[time-nuts] Frequency distribution amp in Europe
mark.amos at toast.net
Fri Aug 15 13:07:36 EDT 2008
I'm not expert, but I suspect that this additional cost for electronic equipment could be one of the major contributing reasons
that the time in some European countries can be up to 6 or even 8 hours off compared to "standard" North American time (EST.)
I'm just sayin...
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2008 09:44:58 +0100
From: "Martyn Smith" <martyn at ptsyst.com>
Subject: [time-nuts] Importing into EEC
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Just wanted to remind everyone it's illegal to import any electronic devices into Europe without them having a CE mark.
I see there have been many projects like the Jackson Labs unit that have been imported into Europe. This is illegal.
I don't mean to knick pick, but it costs our company about $10000 to CE mark a product. And if we add one small option, it must
be CE marked again. To the small manufacturer, this kills us and doesn't allow us to offer low prices.
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