Ul And Csa Agreement

While this agreement is intended to help manufacturers introduce their products more quickly and without redundant testing in the Canadian and U.S. markets, it is much more attractive. Ul works closely with European agencies such as VDE and certification bodies in Asia, and hopes to attract similar overseas groups in order to offer a global headquarters in the future. In the meantime, the two actors must work closely together to make this program operational in North America. Other times, you`ll find the CSA marking with a “C” on one end and a “US” on the other. This means that CSA employees tested the coin in Canada as part of an agreement with UL. It meets usage standards in the United States and Canada. With the conclusion of the first phase of the component agreement, CSA and UL now accept several categories of components for use in low voltage distribution and industrial control systems. The agreement takes into account a maximum of 52 additional component categories and 11 additional categories of finished products. These agreements are the result of several months of negotiations between UL and CSA, with the support of NEMA, Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) and major electric customers. In some cases, you`ll find the CSA logo with “US” below. This means that CSA employees in Canada have tested the product under an agreement with UL to ensure it meets all U.S. national safety and performance standards.

It is completed to be used with the U.S. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) and CSA International now signed intercings to establish a collaborative process, mutual acceptance of certain components and extension of certification bodies 1996 data exchange Memorandum of Understanding. Malcolm O`Hagan, President of NEMA, said: “This historic agreement will help NEMA members bring their products to market faster, while avoiding undue costs. We lease underwriters Laboratories and CSA International for this new agreement, which was concluded in the interest of their customers. For the purposes of this agreement, a component of each device is a component of an electrical product or other electrical component. CSA and UL have signed an agreement to develop a mutual component adoption program, which ultimately provides for the adoption of components used in finished products subject to CERTIFICATION/TO the UL or CSA list. Under the terms of the agreement, each organization accepts certification/list of components in the other organization`s finished products, provided that each organization can apply its procedures for accepting existing components to components certified by the other organization and has only been evaluated and confirmed after the equivalence of the monitoring programs. Initially, the agreement is limited to low voltage distribution and control devices and will be re-evaluated after an 18-month period.

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