Article 11 of the New Directive affects the design of electrical equipment, which must be made in such a way as to allow batteries, either for replacement or at end of life for disposal to be 'readily removed' - although this term is not yet defined. The requirement is clearly intended to ensure that users can remove batteries by opening a cover by hand or after removal of one or two screws. The producer will also have to provide the user with details on how to remove the battery safely.
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