Zeta is an ISO9001 registered company. ISO9001 is a globally recognised standard for quality management. It helps organisations of all sizes and sectors to improve their performance, meet customer expectations and demonstrate their commitment to quality.

Its requirements define how to establish, implement, maintain and continually improve a quality management system (QMS).

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If a product is intended for the GB market and in scope of relevant UK product safely legislation, it must have the UKCA conformity marking applied and meet all the other requirements of the applicable legislation before it can be placed on the GB market.

The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) mark is a mandatory mark on a product to indicate that it conforms to GB legislation. The manufacturer or, if mandated, their authorised representative will be responsible for affixing the UKCA mark to the product, which is the same principle as CE marking but for the GB market.


CE certification is a standard certification mark indicating conformity with European Union (EU) health, safety and environmental protection legislation. It is a mandatory requirement for many products sold within the EU, including EV Chargers.

The CE certification has a published standard known as IEC61851 which applies to off-board and on-board equipment and is often used to charge EV with a traditional AC power supply voltage of 1000V as well as a DC voltage of 1500V.


RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. RoHS, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials found in electrical and electronic products. All applicable products in the EU market after July 1, 2006, must pass RoHS compliance.


Open Charge Point Protocol (OCPP) is an open standard communication protocol for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations.

Established by the Open Charge Alliance in 2009, OCPP is designed to be an easy to implement open-source protocol that ensures all participants, EV vehicle, driver and charging point speak the same language. As a result, it has become the global benchmark for interoperability throughout the EV charging industry.

Currently, OCPP 1.6J is the most widely used EV charging protocol among different EV charging protocols and standards. OCPP will allow the electricity grid to manage the inevitable surge in EV charge point installations that will likely take place in the future and allow the grid to manage how people charge to ensure electricity is available.


Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling (WEEE) is a specialist part of the waste and recycling industry. It is a rapidly growing sub-sector due largely to the implementation of the original WEEE Directive in the UK by the WEEE Regulations 2006.

WEEE regulations are a set of guidelines and laws that are designed to address the disposal and recycling of electronic and electrical equipment to reduce the environmental impact of electronic waste.

The Government sets annual targets for the recycling of all waste electricals to ensure UK companies are WEEE compliant. For a new public charge point with a power of 8 kilowatts or above, a charge point operator must, within one year from the date on which these Regulations come into force, ensure that a person using that charge point is able to pay by contactless payment to charge an electric vehicle.

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