If you elected to purchase or if your Dell computer was shipped with a Modem, Wireless and/or Mobile Broadband device, please refer to the Modem, Wireless and Mobile Broadband Devices page for the applicable regulatory notice text for your device.
The European Union Declaration of Conformity (EU DoC) is the manufacturer’s declaration that the product complies with applicable directives of the EU. All current EU DoC’s are located on Dell Support page. When you reach the Dell Support page, follow the steps below:
Dell Support Page Step:
Step 1: Click “Choose from all products.”
Box titled All Products Appears.
Step 1: Choose the type of product you are looking for.
Step 2: Choose Brand of the product.
Step 3: Choose Marketing Model Name of the product.
Specific Model Name Dell Support Page Steps:
Step 1: Click “Manuals” tab
Step 2: Scroll to the bottom of the page for Regulatory Information section
EU DoCs reference products by Regulatory Model/Regulatory Type which may differ from the product’s Marketing Name. The product Marketing Name can be cross-referenced with the Regulatory Model/Regulatory Type via the Datasheet which can be located on the Archived Datasheets page or Dell Support page for each specific product.
If you are unable to locate or have a question about a specific EU Declaration of Conformity on the site, please contact Product_Compliance@dell.com
ErgonomicsDell products are designed to capitalize on accepted Information Technology (IT) focused worldwide standards and industry guidelines as guiding principles. Ergonomic standards provide guidance on various product characteristics to enhance the interaction between people and machines. Certain products are, as indicated on the product-specific Product Safety, EMC and Environmental Datasheet, tested and certified to achieve the regional ergonomics marks and labels.
Ergonomic instructions for the use of portable and desktop computer systems are provided within the Ergonomics Information section of this website.