Tough Terminology:

Why Working Voltage Matters in Safety Approvals

By Dylan Howes.

Organizations that test power circuits for safety have specific definitions of working voltage and other parameters that bear heavily on how products get safety certifications permitting their sale.

Safety approval agencies have been evaluating both industrial and consumer products for well over a century. The need for approval by such agencies has risen rapidly since the early 1920s. Today it would be impossible to bring a product to mass market without first obtaining the industry standard safety approvals…. Read More (view pdf)>>

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