Electricity kills people.
All I am reading on this thread is that a group of people are trying to circumvent the European Union electrical specifications.
PLC’s are an electrical product designed to interface into mains operated electrical products. A security system is not by definition a PLC, nor is a server or any other electronic device that switches low voltage. ie model railway.
Maybe the people who are persistently trying to design a PLC should do some research into the European Union electrical specifications for PLC’s. The same electrical specifications are recognised worldwide by countries adhering by the same electrical standards.
A European Directive is a regulation imposed by the European Union, which supersedes the regulations of the member states.
The LVD (73/23/EEC) defines mechanical and electrical protection requirements relating to the safe use of electrical equipment operating between 50 and 1000 VAC, and between 75 and 1500 VDC.
The EMC Directive (86/361/EEC) defines protection requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility. Conformance" which accompanies the product packing information. The Directive may or may not require verification by a Notified Body. The LVD, EMC and MDD Directives permit products to indicate conformity by the CE mark. MDD products may also require a Notified Body mark.
Smarteh EC Declaration of Conformity All
The Smarteh EC Declaration of Conformity is a statutory declaration that all products manufactured by Smarteh are manufacture compliant with European Union directives and CENELEC objectives.
CENELEC is the European Committee for Electro-technical Standardization and is responsible for standardization in the electro-technical engineering field. CENELEC prepares voluntary standards, which help facilitate trade between countries, create new markets, cut compliance costs and support the development of a Single European Market.
CENELEC creates market access at European level but also at international level, adopting international standards wherever possible, through its close collaboration with the International Electro-technical Commission (IEC).
Created in 1906, the IEC is the world's leading organization that prepares and publishes International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies collectively known as "electro-technology". In principle, most IEC standards are implemented as European and national standards in Europe.
In order to facilitate a consensus-finding process between European and international standards development activities in the electrical sector, CENELEC and IEC formalised the framework of their cooperation through the signature of an 'agreement on common planning of new work and parallel voting', known as the Dresden Agreement.