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Tait Communications is committed to ensuring that all products comply with the regulatory requirements of its' markets.

Quality is at the core of the Tait philosophy and core manufacturing processes are certified to meet the stringent requirements of ISO 9001:2015. Tait is also committed to the Environment, certified to ISO 14001:2015, to Safety, certified to ISO 45001:2018, and to Information Security, certified to ISO 27001:2013.

All shipments from Tait's manufacturing facility into the European Union and North Ireland comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive 2011/65/EU and Tait's material supply chain also complies with this Directive.

All shipments from Tait's manufacturing facility into United Kingdom comply with the UK Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2012 No. 3032.

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Declarations of Conformity (Europe and United Kingdom)

Browse for compliant radio products

Portable Radios

Tait Portable Radios include the TP3000, TP8100, TP9300/9400 ATEX and TP9000 series of products

Mobile Radios

Tait Mobiles include the TM9000 series products.

Base Stations/Repeaters

The Tait Base Station Repeaters product family covers the TB8100, TB7100, TB7300, TB9400 and TB9300 Series of products.

TAIT AXIOM Solutions

The TAIT AXIOM solutions cover the TAIT AXIOM Mobiles (formerly known as Tait Unified Vehicle).

Tait Data Products

Tait manufactures a diverse range of mobile data-related products including mobile data terminal, GPS receivers and AVL solutions. 


Tait Gateways include the TN927X series products.

Tait's Approach to Regulatory Compliance

Tait ensures its products meet regulatory compliance in the markets in which they are offered. Radio equipment needs to comply with mandated radio performance standards to ensure efficient use of the radio spectrum, which is in great demand worldwide.

Regulatory compliance requirements vary widely between regulators, with several dimensions for any given product.New digital emissions are bringing a significant increase in compliance complexity. Also, standards are revised from time to time, requiring specific supplier action to maintain compliance.

Tait products generally hold a wide range of Type Approvals to national regulatory standards worldwide. Tait has a dedicated team and comprehensive compliance database to manage this complex and demanding aspect of providing high-quality radio communications equipment on a global scale.

Please contact us for full details of which Tait products hold compliance in any regulatory area.

WEEE Compliance (Europe and United Kingdom)

WEEE Information for Tait Customers and Recyclers

Under The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2012/19/EU, UK WEEE Regulation 2013 and implementing regulations, customers purchasing new electrical and electronic equipment from Tait are entitled to:

  • have equipment purchased prior to August 2005 recycled provided it is being replaced on a one-for-one and like-for-like basis by new Tait equipment. (this varies according to the country of purchase)
  • have new equipment purchased after August 2005 recycled when it eventually becomes waste.

Instructions for customers and recyclers/treatment facilities wishing to obtain disassembly information are available below.

WEEE Information for Tait Customers and Recyclers

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Information for Recyclers

As part of compliance with the WEEE Directives and Regulations, Tait provides recycling information on request for all types of new equipment put on the market in Europe and United Kingdom after August 13th 2005.

Please click on the contact link below and provide the following details for the product for which you would like to receive recycling information:

  • Your company name
  • Contact name
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • E-mail address
  • Model number of Tait product in the message field

We will dispatch the recycling information to you shortly.

Request for recycling instructions for Tait electrical and electronic equipment put on the market after August 2005.