Information Technology Equipment
IT Equipment, Internet of Things, Computer, Audio & Entertainment
IT Infrastructure and Electronics
Your product is in the area of one of the following business information technology, computer, audio, video, games and entertainment, Internet of things, IT equipment. All of these types of equipment fall under the standards for equipment and information technology equipment and must be listed to UL ANSI IEC EN 60950, now being replaced by UL CSA 62368-1.
What standard do I use for audio equipment?
IEC 62368-1 As countries adopt national versions of the standard such as UL/CSA 62368-1 2, we will move away from 60950. Once the withdrawal of 60950-1 and 60065 is complete all equipment should be retested to the new standards, and this will result in the discontinuance of testing and certifications to these old standards.
How do I get IT equipment approved?
You can more rapidly complete the entire evaluation, design cycle, and final approval of IT equipment to UL and CE marking requirements. We support you with design guidance for approval to UL listing. UPSs, computers, switches, power supplies, and other IT equipment require product safety support for CE marking and UL listing. From design for low voltage directive approval and EMC / EMI testing, High Tech Design Safety can manage, scope and test the best possible plan for achieving the CE marking and UL approval for your IT equipment. Accelerate and thereby reduce your time to market, saving money and saving engineering time.
How do I get telecom equipment approved?
If your product is in office or out of office telecom equipment. Your Network Equipment building system NEBS and UL listing are critical, in NEBS and TELCORDIA testing third party testing and lab testing are crucial to telecom equipment compliance and conformity. Telecom equipment testing may vary by provider and end-user. For example, GR-3160-CORE standards are crucial to developing telecom equipment. Designing for Telecom, equipment compliance is critical.
We have extensive background in designing power supplies switches and other gear for the telecom environments. Telcordia Generic Requirements other base for designing equipment and certifying equipment for use. In NEBS level I, level II, level III are dependent on the level of compliance you need for your equipment. The standards are all about network uptime and reliability while minimizing risk of collateral damage the failure occur. Conformity and third-party testing and development are crucial to completing your telecom equipment project. Telecom Equipment NEBS design projects can be completed to your exact specification.
Here are the different approvals we assist pertaining to Information Technology Equipment.
Using a proven method to test, evaluate and validate your product to using the required standards to get the necessary approvals for your markets. Here are a list of testing that may be required for products in the clean energy market.
These are the standards that may apply to your Information Technology Equipment. We can help you to determine the best standard to meet your specific needs. And designing to the standard is going to be the best practice.
Resources From The Field
Article Proven path to conformance Contact Us Share Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on twitter Twitter Share on facebook Facebook Share on email Email Today, we are going to share with you precisely the answer to a question we get often. How do I get 61010 UL? With all of the various standards, it can
Article Conformity Discovery Process© Contact Us Share Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on twitter Twitter Share on facebook Facebook Share on email Email We are continuing our series on listing, labeling or certifying your equipment. Today we will talk about what it takes to get started on this process.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjFDH33ARCs&t=313sLink to video also available here: https://youtu.be/yjFDH33ARCs
In the further training course about getting your product listed, labeled or certified…Today we’re going to talk about which countries to get listed or certified for. This is important because it will control your scope and your timeline along with your project costs. Check out the video with High Tech Design Safety, CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel: