For questions regarding environmental matters as they relate to Teledyne DALSA imaging products or operations, please contact us below.Environmental Compliance Contact
To request end-of-life product recycling, please submit your request using the form below.Return Products for Recycling
Teledyne DALSA offers both RoHS compliant [to Article 4(1)] and non-compliant products. Refer to the Material Composition Declaration document on specific product download pages to determine RoHS compliance status. Since Teledyne DALSA sells inspection related components for latter inclusion in finished products (inspection systems) it is the customer’s responsibility to ensure the product, if in scope, when placed on the market meets the requirements of the directive. Teledyne DALSA assumes no other responsibilities.
|Marking standard||SJ/T 11364-2014|
|General Disassembly Requirements||GB/Z 20288-2006|
|Environment-Friendly Use Period||SJ/Z 11388-2009|
|Packing Recycling Mark||GB 18455-2010|
|Concentration Limits standard||SJ/T 11363-2006|
|Test Methods standard||SJ/T 11365-2006|
TDDI considers its products to fall within the scope of China RoHS Phase 1 therefore all products with the exception of a few specialty items will be produced as compliant.
Teledyne DALSA, a business unit of Teledyne Digital Imaging, Inc. – Statement regarding European Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 for the Registration, Evaluation Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (the “REACH Regulation”).
Teledyne DALSA, a business unit of Teledyne Digital Imaging, Inc. (“TDII”) produces complex products that are or contain items that would be considered an “Article” according to Article 3(3) of the REACH Regulation: "an object which during production is given a special shape, surface or design which determines its function to a greater degree than its chemical composition". As a manufacturer established outside of the European Economic Area (EEA), TDII does not have direct obligations under the Regulation however we understand that the businesses that import our products into the EEA may have such obligations.
It is TDII’s understanding that there are four types of requirements that may be relevant to importers of Articles as defined in the REACH Regulation:
Article 7(1) Registration – If substances of very high concern (“SVHC”) in Articles are intended to be released during normal and reasonable foreseeable conditions of use and are present in excess of one tonne per year, they are required to be registered.
TDII products do not contain any substances intended to be released during normal and reasonably foreseeable use conditions.
Article 7(2) Notification – When SVHCs included on the candidate list for authorization are imported in amounts in excess of 1 tonne per year and present in Articles in concentrations > 0.1% wt/wt of the Article, notification to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) is required.
TDII does not import SVHCs in amounts in excess of 1 tonne per year and TDII products do not contain SVHCs as identified in the latest ECHA Authorization List in excess of 0.1% wt/wt of the Article.
Article 33 Communicate – When SVHCs included on the candidate list are included in Articles in concentrations above 0.1% wt/wt of the Article, recipients of the Articles must be provided with information for safe use of the Articles, including, as a minimum, the name of that substance.
TDII monitors the composition of materials used in its products and communicates the inclusion of any SVHCs in excess of 0.1% wt/wt of the Article as the information becomes available. This obligation is fulfilled by our Material Declaration documents, which can be found on www.teledynedalsa.com (see the download page for specific products).
Annex XVII – Restrictions – Identifies substances that are restricted for use and the conditions of restriction.
TDII products do not contain substances that are restricted for use under the applicable conditions.
As part of our efforts to ensure sourcing of conflict-free goods, we have surveyed our global supply chain to identify measures being taken by our suppliers to track the source of minerals used in products manufactured at their facilities. We continue to review our supply chain and collect data from suppliers regarding their use of conflict minerals. The response attached below is based upon the EICC reports provided to Teledyne by our suppliers and analyzed by our conflict minerals compliance team.
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