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Xmultiple is committed to working with the International Community towards manufacturing with non-toxic materials in our connectors. In the manufacturing of our component modules we are eliminating Cadmium, Lead and Halogen. Xmultiple is continuously improving and minimizing our environmental footprint.

The new RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) applies to the same restricted substances as the original Directive and includes a wider scope. Xmultiple connector and component products are compliant per 2002/95/EC its amendments and deirectives 2015/65/EU (RoHS 2.0), 2011/65EU (RoHS-II), 2003/11/EC, 2006/122/ECOF directives. Xmultiple connectors and component products do not contain materials that exceed the maximum concentration for the following RoHS substances.


1. Lead Mercury
2. Hexavalent Chromium
3. Cadmium
4. PBB or PBDE or DBDE or DEHP or BBP or DBP or DIBP

Product Compliance - Common Questions:

RoHS Information is listed below
Call for RoHS Certificate of Compliance for any specific connector or component.
Xmultiple's position on China RoHS is on our China RoHS Symbol Page.
Call us if you what more information regarding the EU RoHS values for any parts.
REACH Substance Certificate- By Series
REACH Substance Information
Conflict of Minerals Statements, Policy
CMRT 4.20 Conflict Minerals Reporting Template includes Smelter Lists
RoHS Testing Flow Chart
Xmultiple Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)

RoHS Information for Xmultiple products is listed below.

Xmultiple provides EU and China RoHS status for every part number on our product sheets.

Xmultiple displays the RoHS status at the top of all our product sheets.

The purpose of RoHS is to reduce the influence of these substances on the ecosystem and to contribute to the overall preservation of the global environment. Companies throughout the electronics industry, either through ISO or through their own initiatives, are implementing programs intended to limit and eliminate certain substances used in the manufacture of semiconductor devices. Xmultiple has implemented RoHS programs and offer RoHS on all of our connectors.

Customers and manufacturers are focused on device assembly to ensure compliance with environmental regulations. Two directives from the European Union called "Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)" and "Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)" will restrict the use of lead and other materials in electronic component products. These mandated directives will take effect beginning July 1, 2006.

A Partial download of Xmultiple RoHS compliance certificates are listed below.

Xmultiple conforms to the European Union directives.

China RoHS and Xmultiple's Compliance Policy?

China RoHS has two distinct phases in its directive which are listed below.

1. China RoHS Phase One requires labeling of end item Electronic Information Products (EIPs) with an Environmental Protection Use Period (EPUP). The China RoHS directive has a hazardous material chart showing the six substances registered which should not be above the threshold values. The China RoHS requirement went into effect for all end items EIP manufactured after March 1, 2007.

2. China RoHS Phase Two has a requirement of maximum concentration values for all products that are identified. China has not release the catalog of the levels or concentrations. Xmultiple will comply as the China RoHS list is made available.

The current China RoHS requirement is listed in this Xmultiple China RoHS statement only to provide information. Xmultiple will publish reports and label our products for the presence of the six hazardous substances if after the list is published we are above the threshold values. Chinese is expected to publish their catalogs within twelve months. Therefore, please note there is no current restrictions on the sale of connectors and components products exceed these limits.

Standards Group and Quality links are listed below.

Xmultiple ISO 9001:2008 Certificate
Xmultiple ISO 14001:2004
Xmultiple ISO 14001:2004 Environment Management System Policy
Xmultiple Quality Statements and Procedures
Xmultiple ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD) Scope and Handbook
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODC)

The IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization)

RoHS Exemption 7
RoHS-2 Overview
RoHS-2 Certificate of Compliance
Directive 2015/65/EU RoHS-2
Standards Group List and Links
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Documents
Halogen Free Statement