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FAQ n.104954

Why does the current Special Conditions CRI for non rechargeable batteries not explicitly state that it would be applicable to Batteries which were qualified to the ETSO C142 Standard?

Answer

Previous Means of Compliance proposed:
Due to missing a more appropriate standard, ETSO C-142a + Risk assessment at A/C level was an acceptable MoC to the SC contained in the CRI.
Current Means of Compliance proposed:
Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Non–Rechargeable Lithium Batteries DO-227A + risk assessment at A/C level (limited to Special Conditions 3, 4, 5 & 6) is an acceptable MoC to the Special Conditions 1 to 6 contained in this CRI.

ETSO C-142 B referring DO-227A material to be published in 2019.

Last updated
19/10/2019

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