By Little Pro on 2016-07-20 Views: Update:2017-01-18
Japan RoHS usually refers to the Law for Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources in Japan (Japanese Recycling Law) and mandatory industry standard JIS C 0950 the marking for presence of the specific chemical substances for electrical and electronic equipment.Together, they are also called J-MOSS. The amended Japanese Recycling Law requires companies to mark the presence of 6 hazardous substances in certain types of electrical and electronic products. JIS C 0950 sets the concentration limits for 6 hazardous substances in electrical and electronic products and provides detailed guidance on the marking of those hazardous substances.
The following 7 types of products are within the scope of Japan RoHS:
|Status||Substances and Limits|
Depending on whether the content of 6 hazardous substances exceeds above concentration limits or not, a product shall be marked with an orange "R" mark or a green "G" mark. If the content of one substance in a product exceeds concentration limit, it must be disclosed on the website in Japanese in accordance with JIS.
|Situation||Marking and Info Disclosure|
|Some of the 6 substances exceed concentration limits.||
|Some of the 6 substances exceed concentration limits. However, product meets JIS C 0950:2008 annex B exemption.||
|None of the 6 substances exceeds concentration limits.||
The picture of the orange mark "R" and the green mark "G" can be found below. The green mark is also called J-MOSS mark.