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Reply-To: "Ralph Naylor"
From: "Ralph Naylor"
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Subject: Re: UL testing?
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 04:47:19 GMT
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"Tom Woodrow" wrote in message
> If you are going to have something UL tested/listed bring lots of money.
> They charge for every nanosecond just like a lawyer. Be prepared to give
> them a few samples which they will mostly likely destroy (part of
> testing). Be prepared to submit, make modes and then resubmit. This may
> take several rounds.
> Tom Woodrow
> Rolavine wrote:
> > I'm working on control circuit for an industirial machine that needs to
> > tested to the UL specifications. Anyone know where I can get some short,
> > descriptions of UL specs, without reading the actual documents. I'm
> > something like UL testing for dummes.
> > Thanks
> > Rocky
Just came across this thread, can't see the whole thing. Anyone dealing
with agency compliance should subscribe to a couple of magazines -
Conformity (http://www.conformity.com/) and Compliance Engineering
(http://www.ce-mag.com/). Scour the web sites and the magazines, call the
labs that advertise, go visit the ones near you and pick their brains.
Also, get your quality department involved now. They'll be the ones hosting
quarterly inspections once you start manufacturing.
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