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CE Certification of a PC Calibration System

CE Certification of a PC Calibration System

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I am currently working on a project for a customer that entails the design of an automated force calibration system.  The system will be controlled by a single-board computer (with hard-drive, floppy and power supply, CAN Card, I/O Card) that will be mounted in a rack-mount chassis.  The chassis has a power switch and some indication LEDs.

If all the equipment in the chassis is CE Certified, what additional testing/certification do I have to obtain for this system?  Are there any testing/certification labs in the Toronto area that can handle this type of work, as we would like to have this entire certification process handled by experts in this field (CE, UL, CSA)?

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