Which certifications and standards does the NUIA Eye Control hardware comply with?

The Tobii 5L eye trackers used have been tested by certified laboratories and comply with the following regulations and standards:
  • IEC/EN 62471:2008: this standard addresses the evaluation of the photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems, including the use of infrared radiation, and ensures that the eye tracking hardware is safe for the eyes. It tests for all possible eye damage, i.e. exposure of the cornea and the image on the retina, both at peak power and average power. This requirement applies to daily use, regardless of the distance between eye tracker and eye.
  • IEC 60950-1:2005 +A1 +A2: This standard defines the general safety requirements for information technology equipment and ensures safe operation.
  • IEC 62368-1:2014: The standard specifies safety requirements for audio, video, information and communication technology equipment to ensure safe use.
  • 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2): The hardware meets the requirements of the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, which restricts the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic equipment.
  • EMC Directive 2014/30/EU: The hardware has been certified in accordance with the European directives on electromagnetic compatibility.
  • EN 55035:2017: This standard ensures that the hardware has high immunity to interference and does not cause unwanted interference.
  • EN 55032:2015: This standard regulates the interference emission of multimedia devices and ensures that the hardware meets the relevant requirements.
  • CE label: The hardware complies with the European directives for product safety, health protection and environmental protection.
  • FCC Section 15, Class B: The hardware meets the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements for electromagnetic interference and radiation-related regulations.
  • ICES-003: According to this Canadian standard, the hardware meets the requirements for immunity of Class B electronic equipment.
  • KN32 (CISPR 32) and KN35 (CISPR 35): The hardware meets the requirements of these standards in terms of electromagnetic compatibility and interference emission in South Korea.
  • CISPR32:2015: the standard regulates the electromagnetic compatibility of multimedia devices and ensures that the hardware meets the relevant requirements for emitted interference. This international standard is accepted in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

At 4tiitoo, we place great emphasis on the safety and quality of our products and ensure that they comply with applicable standards and guidelines to ensure an optimal user experience that is safe for health.