360Compliance laboratories provides full turn key solution from Start to End including IEC 62368 certification and UL certification in One-Stop-Shop, Project Management and Consulting minimizing your costs and shorten time to market.
UL CERTIFICATION REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
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 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.
Getting your product certified is such a colossal thing to embrace when you want to venture into a business. That’s to means: a certified product is safe and complies with the regulations and standards of a certain body. If you want to be UL certified, below are the things you need to understand about this certification:
What Is UL Certification?
UL certification is a safety organization that primarily sets wide standards on upcoming products. So, UL is out to ensure that products are safe and aligns with the proper guidelines required to set products safe from the environment. Moreover, UL is an acronym which means Underwriter Laboratories which is a third-party Certification Company that has been there for many years and was created in 1894 in Chicago.
How Does UL certification Works?
When you’re UL certified, you can mitigate risk in marketplaces across the globe, deliver confidence, and demonstrate compliance. In addition, this certification can help manufactures identify and maintain certifications and end the gap in regulation.
Therefore, to get this certification, manufacture can acquire facility certification, personnel certification, system certification, process certification, and product certification.
What Products need UL Certification?
If you are not aware which products must be UL certified, below is a list of specific equipment that must comply with UL certification:
- Equipment for use in hazardous locations.
- Fire protection and fire suppression equipment.
- Electrical components.
- Wire and cable.
- Electronic equipment.
- North America: UL standards certification
- Europe: IEC 62368 testing & certification
- Australia: ACMA certification
- China : China CCC & CQC
- Electrical Safety consulting & pre-assessment
Value we offer
TESTING & CERTIFICATION FROM START TO DELIVERABLE
- Fixed costs
- 24/7 Proactive Project Management
- Technical support in case of failures and debugging
- All tests are under ISO17025 accreditation
- Covering Global Market Access requirements