What do the register entry status responses mean?

When you submit your NRMM entry to the register you may receive one of the following responses listed under the ‘Entry Status’ column. These warnings are based on the ENGINE PLATE NUMBER that you have entered and do not necessarily indicate that your NRMM was incorrectly registered but are designed to highlight that there may be a mismatch in the information supplied on the form.

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Invalid Engine Approval number

The engine number enetred does not start with an ‘e’

Invalid country code

The engine number country code is not recognised from the supplied EU manufacturers list (table 1)

Invalid Legislation Base

The number 97/68 after the first star has been incorrectly entered.

Invalid engine speed

Mismatch between Legislation base, engine category and engine speed (table 3). Usually this means that one, or both, of the two capital letters in the code have been incorrectly entered.

Machinery standard mismatch

The engine category code letter does not match the correct EU stage (table 2). Check that the engine emissions category is entered correctly. If you are not sure then the emissions stage indicated by the engine plate should always be entered. If the machine is not compliant with the standards you will need to replace it or apply for an exemption.

Power mismatch

The power value entered does not fall within the range based on the engine category code (table 2). This will usually happen where the engine is one of a ‘family’ of engines and the type approval test was done on an engine of a different size. Within a family of engines they will all meet the relevant emissions limit for the engine size.

Invalid machinery standard

Letter entered in the engine category code does not match the machinery standard (table 2). Check that the two capital letters have been read off the plate and entered correctly

 

Invalid Legislation Revision

The entered data does not match the EU legislation codes (table 3). Check that the code numbers have been read off the plate and entered correctly

 

Invalid legislation code

The entered data does not match the EU legislation codes (table 3). Check that the code numbers have been read off the plate and entered correctly

 

Invalid Manufacturer Code

The entered data does not match the format for the manufacturer code.. Check that the code numbers have been read off the plate and entered correctly

 

Invalid Manufacturer Revision Code

This field requires a 4 digit manufacturer code – no text allowed

 

Table 1 - EU country codes

Country code

Country name

 

Country code

Country name

e1

Germany

 

e3

Italy

e11

United Kingdom

 

e32

Latvia

e12

Austria

 

e34

Bulgaria

e13

Luxembourg

 

e36

Lithuania

e17

Finland

 

e4

Netherlands

e18

Denmark

 

e49

Cyprus

e19

Romania

 

e5

Sweden

e2

France

 

e50

Malta

e20

Poland

 

e6

Belgium

e21

Portugal

 

e7

Hungary

e23

Greece

 

e8

Czech Republic

e24

Ireland

 

e9

Spain

e25

Croatia

 

eCY

Cyprus

e26

Slovenia

 

eIRL

Greece

e27

Slovakia

 

eMT

Malta

e29

Estonia

 

 

 

 

Table 2 - EU engine stage by power

Engine category code

Machinery standard

Power =>

Power <

A

EU Stage I

130

560

B

EU Stage I

75

130

C

EU Stage I

37

75

D

EU Stage II

18

37

E

EU Stage II

130

560

F

EU Stage II

75

130

G

EU Stage II

37

75

H

EU Stage IIIA

130

560

I

EU Stage IIIA

75

130

J

EU Stage IIIA

37

75

K

EU Stage IIIA

19

37

L

EU Stage IIIB

130

560

M

EU Stage IIIB

75

130

N

EU Stage IIIB

56

75

P

EU Stage IIIB

37

56

Q

EU Stage IV

130

560

R

EU Stage IV

56

130

 

Table 3 - EU Legislation Code

97/68

2001/63

97/68

2002/88

97/68

2004/26

97/68

2006/105

97/68

2010/26

97/68

2011/88

97/68

2012/46

97/68

97/68

 

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