einmal hier herüber kopiert, eine sozusagen inoffizielle Stellungsnahme:
Just to add a little clarity...
The issue with Europe is really two-fold. The first is CE certification. The radio module we use is already pre-certified for EU operation as an intentional radiator, and we pass the EU unintentional radiated emissions standards without any issues. The issue is that CE compliance also requires additional testing beyond radiated emissions, such as EM susceptibility and a few other consumer product standards, that aren't applicable to US/CA/AU/NZ. Basically, it's going to add a bunch of cost to have a lab run those tests and file all the paperwork. Probably would eat the profits from the number we'd sell in Europe.
The other half of it is support and warranty issues, and the cost of sending the things back and forth for any repairs (and the number of international mail shipments that just go missing). The brake pot issue that's caused a significant number of warranty repairs is pretty the sort of thing we feared, and if we had dozens or hundreds of these things in Europe that needed the same work, the shipping alone would kill us.
The short version is you can operate them in Europe and the UK without fear that your compliance police will hunt you down for taking out the neighbor's television. All the radios are in spec. The problem lies in the cost of doing the necessary testing, paperwork, and support to expand to that market. So you can use them, we just can't ship them to you.
Quelle: MRH Forum