In 1994, the EACEM (European Association for Consumer Electronics Manufacturers) started activities via the EASSC (European After-Sales Service Committee) to promote a universal coding system, called IRIS, and a common Warranty claim form throughout Europe. An official Recommendation was issued in 1995.
DIGITALEUROPE members actively update and manage the IRIS Repair Coding System.
Please contact email@example.com to get connected to the IRIS Steering Committee.
A full PDF version of the IRIS table (BG Version 6.13), including all translations, may be downloaded below in 16 languages.
Explanatory presentation for the extended codes in version 6.6:
The DIGITALEUROPE Warranty Claim Format is designed to be used as a standardised claim format between electronics manufacturers and repair services. It currently exists in an older format (v 1.1) and an update and enlarged new format (v 2.0), it is advisable to use the most recent format:
The DIGITALEUROPE Service Data format is destined for usage as a data framework between all parties involved in after sales services, manufacturers, repair services, logistics.
DSDF technical Info: Technical Details for Implementation
How to Use the DSDF.
DSDF Data Format Version 1.7.
Philips DSDF XSD Format
This IRIS code structure is also developed for usage of white goods. For more information the white goods IRIS table structure, please refer to the CECED Website.
Further online support for IRIS code text phrase search and download of all related documents is available at www.iriscode.org.
In September 2016, DIGITALEUROPE, together with other 14 other industry associations in Europe released an infographic explaining why products and services are not sold everywhere in the EU. Click here to download it.
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