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To obtain agency approvals, an instrument must be designed and manufactured to exacting specifications. This takes considerable time, expertise, and resources. When combined with the substantial costs required by each regional certification agency to evaluate each instrument, many manufacturers simply can't afford this investment. Or worse, they are not willing to make it.
Agency Approvals and Certificates
Our instruments hold dozens of approvals from major worldwide certifying agencies. Approvals for our most popular products by certification agency can be found in our Data Sheets, or download the Certifications list. You can also access the Certifications list from the Product page of any certified product.
Declaration of Conformity Certificates
For products sold in the European Union, the Declaration of Conformities for our products can be found here.
Functional Safety Certification
Our Functional Safety instruments are designed and built from the start to the rigorous IEC 61508 specifications and are audited and certified by a third party: exida. You can download the exida certificates for each product here (click the product you are interested in):
- SFY Frequency Transmitter exida SIL3 Certificate Moore Industries
- STZ Dual Sensor Transmitter exida SIL3 Certificate MooreIndustries
- SSX SST Isolator Splitter exida SIL3 Certificate Moore Industries
- STA Programmable Safety Trip Alarm (with Relay or Analog Output)
- SRM Safety Relay Module exida SIL2 Certificate Moore Industries
Information on Worldwide Directives and Regulations:
REACH—Notes in Regard to REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2008
RoHS and WEEE —Notes in Regard to European Environmental Protection Directives 2011/65/EU and 2012/19/EU
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU List of Compliant Products
Statement on Conflict Minerals— Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act: HR 4173 Section 1502
Statement on California Proposition 65—Notes in Regard to Safe Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986
Statement on Counterfeit Components—Notes in Regard to Counterfeit Electronic Components
Explosion/Flame-proof (Class I, Div. 1, Zone1)
|ANZEx, CSA, FMRC, ISSEP|
Intrinsically-Safe (Class I, II, III, Div. 1, Zone 0)
|ANZEx, CSA, DEMKO, FMRC, IECEx, KEMA, PTB|
Non-Incendive (Class I, Div. 2, Type N)
|CSA, FMRC, IECEx, SIRA|
|CSA, FMRC, UL|
Our Commitment to Quality
Our certifications are verified evidence that every aspect of our company, from product conception to after sale support, is part of a carefully planned and implemented quality system.View UL ISO 9001:2015 Certificate - (PDF, 966K)