We have carefully tried and selected different LED solutions for low-voltage lamps in order to offer the highest safety. 

We now have, with help from the electrical engineers, created a very good technology which plays out perfectly between different filament LED-lamps, the transformator and the dimmer. 

The whole mirror with all of its connections is made in low-voltage which makes sure that you won’t receive any dangerous zaps from it, neither will anything be set on fire. 

IconMirror’s mirrors are all CE- and RoHS-certified. 



The CE-marking is a product-marking and it stands for Communaute Europeenne (The European community). A product with CE-markings can be sold in the EES-area without further demands. In order to get CE-marked this is what you need: 

  • The product is in sync with the demands regarding safety, health and environment

  • Injunctive control-procedure has been followed


To be able to give one’s products he CE-marking shows manufactures or one’s importer that health-, environment and safety demands have been taken into consideration. In essence, this means that the manufacturer is liable to all of the potential damages which may occur from the CE-marked product under the circumstances that the user has used the product as the instructions suggest that they do. The member states are obliged to transfer these demands to the national rules with the exact same demand-level. This means that all of the national laws are the same, or harmonised. The marking was introduced in Sweden on the 1st of January 1994 and was called the EG-mark until the 1st of January 1995. The current law is the law (1992:1534) about CE-markings. The special recommendations and demands that always are on different products exist in specific laws och writings. One is allowed to use European standards (CEN, CENELEC), which are more of a technically detailed in order to fulfil the demands.  


Through directives 2002/95/EG (RoHS) the use of quicksilver, cadmium, lead, hexavalent chromium and fire retardant PBB and PBDE in new electrical and electronic products which are released to the market as of July 1st 2006 are prohibited. 

The motives for the RoHS-directives are partially the substances health and environmental characteristics/risks and partially the fast development of these electronic products. The products are usually switched before they are end-of-life, and new uses are constantly coming forth. Therefore a high amount of dangerous substances are used in electronic products. The continuous growth of using them are creating a big amount of waste.  


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