I am working on Orthospin, a CERENOVUS product of Johnson & Johnson. Need latest REACH, RoHS and California prop 65 document(mentioning the CA prop 65 substance present along with their composition and CA prop 65 list date, if any) with dates mentioned in those documents for P/N 36-232-ND. This is very urgent.
Welcome to the Digi-Key TechForum mmandal4.
Our website for 36-232-ND, has some documentation linked on our site.
Click here for the latest RoHS document, and Click here for the latest REACH document.
I did not find any reference to the CA prop 65. You may have to contact the manufacture to see if this part is compliant to CA Prop 65, and if a document is available.
From the documents you have sent does not have the P/N or the component name I am looking for. Can the documents be more specific as these certificates are to be used for report generation for its sales into various markets.
Md Sahil Mandal
I am working on Orthospin, a Depuy Synthes product of Johnson & Johnson. Need latest REACH, RoHS and California prop 65 document(mentioning the name of hazardous substance with its composition if any) for the below components. This request is very urgent.
Any update on the mixture. Hope you understand the urgency of the matter.
MD Sahil Mandal
Following up with my request.
Md Sahil Mandal
Since Keystone specifically targets USA consumer and industrial electronics manufacturers for their electronics hardware, they may be unwilling to invest in generating more EU specific and CA specific documentation without a large purchase commitment ($10,000.00 US order, or possibly much more).
Your best bet is to speak with Keystone directly.
Another option is to hire an independent test and compliance laboratory to prepare the documentation for you. Where I work, one of our < $10,000US/year customers did this when we declined to invest in RoHS, REACH & CA prop 65 documentation creation for them.
To clarify, the RoHS document to which David_1768 previously linked above states the following:
Product Design Guide M70 and any product supplements (except where noted) meet the RoHS guidelines for electronic components, and hardware.
It then lists those few specific part numbers which are not RoHS compliant, with the Keystone part number “232” not included in that list of non-compliant parts.
The Product Design Guide M70 is essentially Keystone’s standard products catalog, covering all of their product lines, including their part number “232”, which can be found on the 44th page of that pdf document (page 36 of the BATTERY CLIPS, CONTACTS & HOLDERS section). Therefore, the Keystone Electronics part number “232” is stated to be RoHS compliant.
Similarly, the REACH document David_1768 linked to above covers all of their products, with the exception of those parts listed within that document. Therefore, the document states, by inclusion, that the Keystone part number “232” meets the REACH requirement.
As David_1768 also stated, no document referencing CA Prop 65 could be found, so one may have to contact Keystone directly to see if they have any info regarding that.