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electronics

(i-lek″tron′iks) [ electron + -ics]
The science of the systems involving the use of electrical devices used for communication, information processing, and control.
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The Council also widened the scope of the legislation to cover in principle allaelectrical and electronic equipment, such as photovoltaic panels, equipment containing ozone-depleting substances and fluorescent lamps containing mercury, which will have to be collected separately and treated appropriately within six years of the directive's entry into force.
The review extends the scope of the ban to more products, now in principle applying to allelectrical and electronic equipment, as well as to cables and spare parts.
The law requires a manufacturer of a covered device to accept for collection, handling and recycling or reuse electronic waste for which it is the manufacturer or a piece of electronic waste of any manufacturer's brand if offered by the consumer with purchase of covered electronic equipment of the same type by a consumer.
IEC 61000-4-11 defines the immunity test methods and range of preferred test levels for electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power supply networks for voltage dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations.
The regulations, which came into force in early 2007, also apply to businesses which sell or are disposing of electrical or electronic equipment and aim to prevent illegal exports.
Samir Sururi, Managing Partner of the Smart Buy Electronics stated: "When we realized that there is a high demand on kitchen's electronic equipment, we decided that it is the right time now for Smart Buy to introduce this section.
Hit by a collapse in global demand for recycled metal, Sims said 'asset management' of electronic equipment for firms, extending the use of computers by wiping hard drives for reprogramming, was a growth area.
The Directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) standardises registering obligations and imposes interoperability of national registers.
The personal and electronic equipment has been inspected by the electrical/electronic shop and passes inspection for safe, rugged construction and requirements of paragraph 300-2.
The European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive aims to slash the number of goods ending up in landfill by ensuring it is recycled.
operator of the franchised business "Cartridge World" in Chicago, was awarded a $50,000 grant to expand its retail operations to include accepting obsolete electronic equipment for recycling.
RoHS applies to the following substances for electronic equipment and electrical appliances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, PBB (polybrominated biphenyls), and some PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers).

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