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Battery Directive

Battery Directive

The battery directive (2006/66/EC) establish rules about batteries and rechargeable batteries as well as old batteries and old rechargeable batteries” was implemented in Germany in the Batteriengesetz (BattG).

It also establishes specific rules for the collection, treatment, recycling and disposal of waste batteries and accumulators. The Battery Act also restricts the use of cadmium and mercury.

With the entry into force of the Act on 1 December 2009 battery automatically takes the force since 2001 battery regulation repealed. The return and management responsibility for waste batteries and waste batteries is going to stay in the hands of manufacturers, importers and distributors. The return of spent batteries is unwound largely on trade.
Under the new law, all battery manufacturers and importers are from 1 December 2009 obliged to register with the Federal Environment Agency. It should indicate how the recycling is organized .

The Registration Number issued to us by the Federal Environment Agency (Battery Law) is: 14112400

All kinds of portable, automotive and industrial batteries or accumulators, regardless of their shape, volume, weight, material composition or use, are affected. Prohibited are all batteries, accumulators and button cells that contain more than 0,0005 % of mercury by weight, more then 0,004 % of lead by weight and more than 0,002 % of cadmium by weight, except button cells with a mercury content of no more than 2 % by weight.

The obligations of the “producers” for the concerned accumulators and batteries are:

  • Reporting of sales to authorities.
  • Registration with the local authorities.
  • Join collection scheme and financing the recovery of batteries.
  • Information to end-users and disposal companies.
  • Marking batteries with crossed-out wheelie-bin and chemical bin.
  • Information to end-users and disposal companies.

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Used accumulators and batteries are marked with a crossed-out-wheelie bin and are strictly forbidden to discard within the household waste. The end-user has to discard the used batteries and accumulators at the sales point or the local collection scheme to make sure they are professionally recycled or disposed of.

Batteries and accumulators containing harmful substances, which exceed certain limits, are to be marked in addition to the „crossed-out bin“ with the chemical symbols of the respective harmful substance (e.g. “Cd” for cadmium , “Pb” for lead, “Hg” for mercury).

Further information:

REACH

REACH

What is REACH ?

“Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals” – REACH – came into force in the European Union on 1st June 2007.

The aim of REACH is to ensure that approximately 30,000 of the most frequently used chemical substances and all new substances are registered, with appropriate safety data made available. The Regulation covers substances in quantities of at least 1 tonne per year and supplier, as well as all new chemicals. In certain cases, potential users of substances of very high concern (“SVHCs”) are also required to apply for authorization to use them.

REACH replaces a series of EU legal texts on chemicals. It also supplements other legal regulations on the protection of the environment and on safety. It does, however, leave many sector-specific regulations (e.g. on detergents, dyes, etc.) unaffected. There are also extensive exemptions from parts of the Regulation. Chemical substances in foodstuffs and drugs, for example, are covered by other EU regulations. There is also no requirement to register natural substances under REACH, provided they are not hazardous and have not been chemically modified. The REACH Regulation automatically comes into force in all 27 EU Member States and requires no ratification from individual national parliaments.

ROHS

ROHS

Starting in Europe in July 2006, the purpose of the RoHS directive (2002/95/EC- Restriction oHazardous Substances) is the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in EEE to the protection of human health and to contribute to the environmentally sound recovery and disposal of WEEE. The RoHS directive defines among other things the allowable content of lead. The product is classified as lead-free, if the lead content does not exceed 0.1 percent by weight of the total mass.

We deliver  “lead-free” and “RoHS-compliant” components according to customer order, with clear identification on the delivery and packaging note.

PFOS – DecaBDE

PFOS – DecaBDE

This directive states that from June 2008 on, all products must be free of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), i.e. the concentration of PFOS must not exceed 0.1% by mass.

Please note that we have no complete Information regarding and PFOS and DecaBDE.

In relation to this Karl Kruse GmbH & CO KG takes no responsibility for any penalties or financial losses. We totally rely on the publications of the manufacturers.

WEEE

WEEE

WEEE (Waste and Electrical and Electronic Equipment)

The amount of electrical and electronic waste has steadily increased. In Germany alone, around two million tons are produced annually. On February 13th, 2003, two EU Directives came into force to tackle this problem. The WEEE Directive 2002/96/ EC requires the return and disposal of electrical and electronic waste while the Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS) restricts the use of certain hazardous substances. In Germany, both Directives have been implemented into the ElektroG (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act). German manufacturers and importers are obliged to take back and dispose of electrical and electronic waste free of charge. This will come into effect on March 24, 2006

Which waste categories fall within the ElektroG – WEEE?

  • Large domestic appliances
  • Small domestic appliances
  • IT and telecommunication equipment
  • Consumer equipment
  • Lighting equipment
  • Electrical and electronic tools
  • Toys, leisure and sports equipment
  • Medical devices
  • Monitoring and control instruments
  • Automatic dispensers

Purpose of the ElektroG – WEEE: To reduce waste arising from electrical and electronic equipment, restore the environmental impact as well as to preserve raw materials.

The manufacturers are now resposible for their products and must guarantee an environmentally-friendly disposal of electrical and electronic waste, The producers are responsible for the disposal costs, therefore, a reduction in these costs is already a priority during the development stages of electrical and electronic devices. An increase in quality and lifespan as well as a good dismantling and high recycling component rate contribute to a general reduction in disposal costs.

Each manufacturer must register with EAR (Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste Register) and include amounts before electrical and electronic devices can be distributed within the German market. This came into force on November 23, 2005. Other responsibilities include:

  • Easily identifiable labelling
  • Provide a solvency guarantee to the competent authority
  • Verify and organise disposal of waste

New WEEE 2012/19/EU Legislation Approved

The new WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) legislation has been adopted by the European Parliament and comes into force on 13 August. Member States are required to implement the new provisions into their own national legislation within 18 months.

The most important new provisions of the WEEE directive 2012/19/EU:

Scope

The ten categories in use until now will continue to be used during a transitional period of six years following the new directive coming into force. After that, the scope is open and consists of six categories of equipment. From 15 August 2018, all electrical and electronic equipment will fall within the scope of the WEEE Directive. The existing general exceptions remain in place.

Collection Rate

The onus is on Member States, not producers, to meet collection rates.

  • Until 31 December 2015, the collection rate remains at its current level of at least 4kg per inhabitant per year.
  • From 1 Jan 2016, for most EU Member States, the collection rate shall be 45 % of the average weight of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market in the preceding three years.
  • From 2019, the collection rate will be increased to 65% of the average weight of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market in the preceding three years, or alternatively 85% of WEEE generated in that Member State.

Recovery and recycling rates

  • Remain at current levels for the next three years.
  • After three years, recycling rates are to be increased by 5% (see appendix V to 2012/19/EU).
  • After six years, new recovery and recycling rates for the six categories are planned (for recovery, between 75% and 85%, for recycling between 55% and 80%).

Producers and national registration

Instead of establishing a branch in every Member State in which they sell their products, a producer can appoint an authorised representative for national registration purposes for distance selling and/or normal export of their products. However, the prerequisite for this is that the producer be established in another Member State. With this regulation, future internet-based trade will also be taken into account.

Additional changes

  • Registration will be standardised Europe-wide
  • Only one form will be required. However, this form will need to be submitted in every country in which the company’s products are to be placed on the market.
  • There is a general obligation for WEEE to be collected at retail shops. However, this collection obligation will only apply to small items of equipment with no external dimension larger than 25cm. In addition, the collection obligation only applies where the retail shop has sales areas for EEE of at least 400 square metres. Smaller retail stores and handicraft shops will not be affected by this regulation.

We have registered with the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste Register (EAR) for articles in accordance with §6 Abs.2 ElektroG.

WEEE-Reg.-Nr.:

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Battery Directive

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The battery directive (2006/66/EC) establish rules about batteries and rechargeable batteries as well as old batteries and old rechargeable batteries” was implemented in Germany in the Batteriengesetz (BattG).

Further information :

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REACH

What is REACH ?

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“Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals” – REACH – came into force in the European Union on 1st June 2007.

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RoHS

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Starting in Europe in July 2006, the purpose of the RoHS directive (2002/95/EC- Restriction oHazardous Substances) is the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in EEE to the protection of human health and to contribute to the environmentally sound recovery and disposal of WEEE.The RoHS directive defines among other things the allowable content of lead. The product is classified as lead-free, if the lead content does not exceed 0.1 percent by weight of the total mass.

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PFOS – DecaBDE

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This directive states that from June 2008 on, all products must be free of perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS), i.e. the concentration of PFOS must not exceed 0.1% by mass.

Please note that we have no complete Information regarding and PFOS and DecaBDE.

In relation to this Karl Kruse GmbH & CO KG takes no responsibility for any penalties or financial losses. We totally rely on the publications of the manufacturers.

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WEEE

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The amount of electrical and electronic waste has steadily increased. In Germany alone, around two million tons are produced annually. On February 13th, 2003, two EU Directives came into force to tackle this problem.

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Power Supply Technology

Modular Devices Power Conversion for Space and Militar/Aerospace Hybrid DC-DC Converters with built in EMI-Filters

Product Range


MDI’s LINEUP OF SPACE GRADE DC-DC CONVERTERS SELECTIONS

Maximum Power Output 2.5 Watts 5 Watts 6.5 Watts 10 Watts 20 Watts 30 Watts 40 Watts 80 Watts 500 Watts
12 VDC Input for Cubesats
and Miniaturized Satellites
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
3699
28 VDC Input Spacecraft Bus
Low Power / High Efficiency
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
4690
28 VDC Input Spacecraft Bus
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
53080 5690 99200 5107 5680
53600
5193
53629
5031 53696
50 VDC Input Spacecraft Bus
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
7690 7107 7680 7193 7031 73696
70 VDC Input Spacecraft Bus
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
8690 8107 8680 8193 8031 83696
100 VDC Input Spacecraft Bus
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
9690 9107 9680 9193 9031 93696
120 VDC Input Space Station 3325 3070 3108 3060 3326 3051 33696

MDI STANDARD POINT OF LOAD REGULATORS SELECTIONS

Maximum Power Output 2.5 Watts 5 Watts 6.5 Watts 10 Watts 20 Watts 30 Watts 40 Watts 80 Watts
5 VDC Input Non-Isolated
Series Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
5085 5087
12 VDC Input Non-Isolated
Series Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
5080 5082
16 VDC Input Non-Isolated
Series For Cubesats
and Miniaturized Satellites
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
3693 3694

MDI HYBRID EMI FILTERS SELECTIONS

Input Voltage 12 VDC 28 VDC 50 VDC 70 VDC 100 VDC 120 VDC 270 VDC
Hybrid EMI Filter
Meets MIL-STD-461D/E/F/G
CE102 Requirements
13678 53678 73678 83678 93678 33678 23678

MDI STANDARD MIL-AERO DC-DC CONVERTER SELECTIONS

Maximum Power Output 2.5 Watts 5 Watts 6.5 Watts 10 Watts 20 Watts 30 Watts 40 Watts 80 Watts 100 Watts
5 VDC Input Series Standard 3650
8 ~ 40 VDC Low Input Voltage Range 3061 3062 3113 3378 3114
9 ~ 50 VDC Input 3718
28 VDC Input Series Standard 3715 3080 3716 3011 3001
3138
3600
28 VDC Input Series Full Featured
(inhibit)
2690 3107 2680 3193 3031
28 VDC Input Series Full Featured
(inhibit not)
6690 6107 6680 6193 6031 6031A
270 VDC Input Advanced Aircraft 3020 3109 3000 3327 3041

MDI’s 461D/E/F/G DC-DC CONVERTER SELECTION

Maximum Power Output 2.5 Watts 5 Watts 6.5 Watts 10 Watts 20 Watts 30 Watts 40 Watts 80 Watts
28 VDC MIL-STD-461D/E/F/G 3090 6681
28 VDC MIL-STD-1275D 3656

MDI’s INDUSTRIAL/RAILWAY GRADE DC-DC CONVERTER SELECTION

Maximum Power Output 2.5 Watts 5 Watts 6.5 Watts 10 Watts 20 Watts 30 Watts 40 Watts 80 Watts
24 VDC Input Series 16080 1690 1607 1680 1693 1631
110 VDC Input Series 1790 1707 1780 1793 1731

MDI’s STANDARD INRUSH LIMITER SELECTION

Input Voltage 28 VDC 50 VDC 70VDC 100 VDC 120 VDC
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
Programmable Inrush Limiter
53635 73635 83635 93635 33635
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
Mag Latch Inrush Limiter
53646 73646 83646 93646 33646

MDI’s STANDARD SOLID STATE SWITCH FUNCTIONS SELECTION

Input Voltage 28 VDC 50 VDC 70VDC 100 VDC 120 VDC
150 VDC Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
Solid State Relay
53647 73647
250 VDC Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
Solid State Relay
83647 93647 33647

MDI’s BUS MASTER HYBRID MODULE SELECTION

Input Voltage 28 VDC 50 VDC 70VDC 100 VDC 120 VDC
Proton Rad Hard 100K+®
Bus Master Hybrid Module
53649 73649 83649 93649 33649

MDI’s ACTIVE “OR” HYBRID MODULE SELECTION

Input Voltage 1 to 4 VDC 1 to 7 VDC -1 to -4 VDC -1 to -7 VDC
Protron Rad Hard 100K®
Active Diode “OR” Hybrid Module
53653-3.3 53653-5.0 53654-3.3 53654-5.0

MDI’s ANCILLARY PRODUCT LINE UP

Model Description
3439 Booster Hybrid DC-DC converters
99200 Output Sequenced Power Converters
3600 Triple Output High Efficiency DC-DC Converters
53600 High Efficiency Cross Regulated Triple Output Converters
53629 High Efficiency Cross Regulated Quad Output Converters

CUSTOM PRODUCTS

Modular Devices, Inc. (MDI) designs and manufactures a wide range of standard and custom power supplies for space, aerospace, military and industrial use. MDI has complete thick film hybrid capacity on site, which permits us to produce unique power electronic functions for our customers quickly and efficiently. MDI can also meet challenging radiation and aerospace requirements. With its high technology power supply capability and custom hybrid facility, MDI is uniquely positioned to apply the best and most appropriate packaging technology to your diverse and challenging requirements.

MDI offers the optimum technology solutions for each application. These can include:

  • Full Hybrid Power Supplies
  • Modified Standard Hybrids Converters
  • Assemblies of Hybrids
  • Surface Mount Power Supplies

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