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Internal Resources For Getting Your Product Listed, Labeled or Certified

We are continuing with our process and training about getting your product listed labeled or certified.  Our most recent videos have shifted gears to focus more on your side of the game than ours, meaning to focus more on your products first instead of on the standards.  Today let’s discuss internal resources, or what your

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How To Get Your Product Listed, Labeled or Certified

We’ve shifted gears from talking about the standards and the standards organization to actually dealing with what it takes to get your product listed. We realized that telling you about the standards doesn’t help. What you need is information on how to get your product designed and certified. Today our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel is

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Replacing 60950 with 62368 Implementation Timeline

We are continuing our series on Information Technology Equipment Design Standards. Last video we talked about the primary differences between 60950 and 62368 and in today’s video we talk about the timeline of the phase out. Link to video also available here: https://youtu.be/mHKzm8UZpC0 We had a great comment on the last video from Daniel Mitchell

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Differences Between Standards IEC 60950 & IEC 62368

We are continuing our series on Information Technology Equipment Design Standards. We have been talking about, UL IEC ANSI 60950 – 1 and it seems needed to bring up that this standard is going to be replaced by IEC 62360 – 1.  In today’s blog and video, Steve Barcik Amstel talk about the differences between

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High Tech Design Safety Part 2 UL 60950 Standard for Information Technology Equipment

UL 60950 Part 2 with High Tech Design Safety

Today we’re going to talk more about UL 60950, the standard for information technology equipment. We are going to talk about the standards and designs and how to accelerate your design and obtain rapid approval. In this video presentation Steve gives the outline of the standard with the scope… and this time he shows you

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Top Misses on UL, SEMI S2 and CE Marking

Today our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel, is going to run through a presentation that he created and has shared with many of our clients about how to get your product certified. And more specifically how to include those things that others have missed and design those in now so that you have a product that

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From The Field #3 with High Tech Design Safety

Here at High Tech Design Safety we work with a variety of clients in multiple industries. And despite the differences, there are certain commonalities in the projects, one of which is that they must be certified or approved to meet required standards for that industry and use. Our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel shares some of

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From The Field #2 with High Tech Design Safety

Everyone has probably experienced at one time or another or knows someone that has felt the pains of bypassing steps in order to seemingly get to completion quicker to only realize that those missed steps actually created an even bigger emergency and setback. We hear a lot from people in companies who are creating laser-based

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From The Field #1 with High Tech Design Safety

As a test and certification laboratory that does evaluations of equipment from industrial to laboratory to oil & gas, to medical and consumer products, we get the advantage of seeing many reoccurring wins and innovative ways that clients create ease with getting their products to market. We also see some of the common mistakes and

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IEC UL ANSI 60601 Standard Overview Safety for Medical Equipment

Are you envisioning, planning, designing, building, or selling medical equipment? As a startup on through a fortune 100 company you will need to get to market fast, and win, using our proven “Conformity Discovery Process” © 2019 you will uncover conformity requirements early in process, and understand based on the standards what is required to

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UL 508A Standard for Industrial Control Panels Overview

We here at High Tech Design Safety are an evaluation, test and certification laboratory for equipment and products. Today our CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel shares about UL 508A.   Link to video also available here: https://youtu.be/766VBH8jibg UL 508A is important to you if you are designing industrial equipment, industrial machinery, processing equipment and similar equipment.

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2019 Key Lessons on Conformity

It’s been a great year 2019. Lot’s of great projects, good times with clients, collaborators and partners. Steve Barcik Amstel, is sharing on key lessons we have learned with our clients this year for UL, ATEX, SEMI and other certifications.   Link to video also available here: https://youtu.be/Q81n3q-Gucc 1. Build your requirements document to include

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SEMI S2– Section 9.7 Fire Protection Documentation

High Tech Design Safety CEO, Steve Barcik Amstel has been going through section-by-section and line-by-line of SEMI S2 in a video training course to help you get a better understanding of what you will be up against as you get your semiconductor equipment to market. The section that we have been covering is Section 9,

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SEMI S2 – Section 9 Manuals Part 5 – Section 9.6.6 Maintenance Procedures with Potential Environmental Impacts

Video training course for details of SEMI S2 Welcome to Part 5 of our discussion of Section 9 of SEMI S2. This section details all the documentation you will provide to the end user. This documentation may come in several forms, manuals, facilities installation documents, chemical lists, safety data sheets, and drawings. However, the information

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SEMI S2 – Section 9 Manuals Part 4

SEMI S2 – Section 9 Manuals Part 4 In our fast paced world, everyone is looking for ways to get to market quicker and easier. There are definitely places where shortcuts can be made through streamlining the process and then there are places where spending a little more time on the details in the beginning

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