Yes. The HUE HD Pro camera has been screened in accordance with RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) and its amendment directive 2015/863/EU. It has undergone EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) testing pursuant to EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, meeting the requirements of EN 55032: 2015 + A1:2020 (Class B), and EN 55035: 2017 + A11:2020.
It has been tested to the UKCA standard for Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 2016 (S.I. 2016/1091).
It has also been independently tested and met the requirements for Phthalates Content in Computer and Electronics Accessories and Total Lead Content in Computer and Electronics Accessories under California Proposition 65.
An FCC grant of equipment authorization and an FCC ID are not required for these low voltage devices, but the equipment complies with FCC technical requirements.
HUE cameras are not wireless devices and they do not contain batteries. Please see this separate FAQ for recycling advice.