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UL CERTIFICATION REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
What is UL Certification?
UL certification is a safety organization that primarily sets wide standards on upcoming products. UL is out to ensure that products are safe and aligns with the proper guidelines required to set products safe from the environment. When your product are UL certified, you can mitigate risk in marketplaces across the globe, deliver confidence, and demonstrate compliance. In addition, this certification can help manufacturers identify and maintain certifications and end the gap in regulation.
This kind of certification helps to ensure that companies are using practices that are safe and that will not put workers at risk and make sure that the products that companies produce are safe for consumers to use and will not cause them injury. Essentially being UL-Certified shows all parties involved that a company is practicing a high level of safety and is following the industry standard safety guidelines.
What Kinds of Products Need UL Certification?
- Electrical Components
- Wire and Cable
- Electronic Equipment
- Equipment for Use In Hazardous Locations
UL Certification is needed for these types of products because all of them could potentially result in serious bodily harm on the part of the user if proper safety standards have not been met.
How to Get a UL Certification?
In order to get a UL Certification, you will have to go through the testing and certification from a licensed UL Certification provider. Here at 360 Compliance, we offer this service. We provide regulatory testing and Certification services for hundreds of Hi-Tech manufacturers annually.
In order to provide the best level of service possible to our clients, we provide all of the following:
- Fixed prices from the start all the way to the certificate
- Quick TTM turnaround times
- Full project management
- Technical support – pretesting and de-bugging
- Testing and Certification – CE Marking, FCC, MiC-Japan, ACMA-Australia, NOM-Mexico, Anatel-Brazil
- Global Market Access, Covering 195 Countries
The faster that you get UL-Certified, the faster that you can get into compliance with the regulations in your country and the faster that you can start establishing a higher level of trust in your marketplace. Safety should always be prioritized and we make it possible for you to get certified quickly to prove that your company follows UL safety guidelines.
Why do you need Electrical Safety testing?
Most electronic and electrical products are required to comply with Electrical safety standards under national laws and directives such as the European LVD Directive, IEC 62368 certification , UL certification, OSHA product safety regulations, etc. 360Compliance provides turnkey approval for product safety to cover global market access. UL standards ,certification and Electrical Safety Certification refer to Electrical and Mechanical hazardous products may contain. Those hazardous items need to evaluate already in the design phase and they include a selection of listed critical components as part of the BOM (e.g. PCB, Enclosure, Flame parts, Fuses and more).
Electrical product safety is required in the USA (UL standards & certification), Europe ( CE – LVD Directive), Japan (PSE Japan), China (CCC Certification), S. Korea (KCC certification), Batteries scheme (IEC 62133) and other countries. For ITE products the common standard is IEC 62368 standard.
360Compliance – REGULATORY TESTING FROM START TO CERTIFICATE
360Compliance provides regulatory Testing & Certification services for hundreds of Hi-Tech manufacturers annually > partial list: https://360compliance.co/customers/
- PRICES – FIXED COSTS FROM START TO CERTIFICATE
- Time Frame – the Faster TTM turnaround
- Full project management turnkey.
- Technical Support – Pretesting and debugging
- Testing & Certification – CE marking, FCC, UL-STD, MiC-Japan, ACMA-Australia, NOM-Mexico, Anatel-Brazil….
- Global Market Access – Covering ~ 195 countries