This Order applies to lawnmowers falling within the scope of the Order of 17 June 1987 relating to the permissible sound power level of autonomous lawnmowers operating with an electric motor ("robot electric lawnmowers").
Arrêté relatif aux critères, aux sous-critères et au système de notation pour le calcul et l'affichage de l'indice de réparabilité des tondeuses électriques robot (Order relating to the criteria, sub-criteria and scoring system for calculating and displaying the repairability index of robot electric lawnmowers)
The repairability index consists of a score out of 10 intended to be displayed at the time of purchase to inform consumers of the categories of electrical and electronic products. This score is obtained by dividing an overall score of 100 points by 10 according to five criteria, each scored out of 20 and of equal weight, making it possible to assess the repairability of the products concerned. These criteria are as follows: documentation provided by the manufacturer, ease of disassembly of the product, availability of spare parts, relationship between the price of the most expensive spare part and the price of the original product, usage counter (optional) or other criteria specific to the category of products concerned. This Order applies to robot electric lawnmowers falling within the scope of the Order of 17 June 1987 relating to the permissible sound power level of lawnmowers. It specifies the criteria, sub-criteria and scoring system applicable to corded electric lawnmowers to calculate the repairability index by model.
Producers, importers, or other parties placing electrical and electronic equipment on the market, including robot electric lawnmowers, shall be required to calculate the index for
the categories of products concerned, and to make this information available.