How is Keychron Complying with the REACH Regulation?
The Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation EC 1907/2006, commonly referred to as REACH, is a European regulation on chemicals and their safe use. With the publication of candidate lists for authorization, the European Chemicals Agency identifies sets of substances of very high concern (SVHC) that manufacturers must disclose to customers if used in their products above 0.1% by weight.
Based on the current version of the candidate list for authorization, Keychron products contain the following SVHCs above the disclosure threshold:
|Lead||Electronic component, Metal||Mechanical keyboard|
|Lead monoxide (lead oxide)||Electronic component||Mechanical keyboard|
|1,2-dimethoxyethane||Button cell||Mechanical keyboard|
The SVHCs used in these products do not pose a safety risk to customers under normal use conditions. To ensure that these products are recycled appropriately, you can return your Keychron device to an Keychron after-sale service station for free recycling.