Effective January 24, 2013, the European Union requires products placed on the market to comply with EN 60950-1:2006/A11:2009/A12:2011, additionally, effective March 1, 2013, A1:2010 will also be required. In order to prevent any delays or challenges to your declarations, we recommend that you update your certifications or type approval documentation accordingly.
To upgrade your product reports in a timely manner, we have arranged a team of global experts to work out quick-win solutions for you.
To start the process, please contact your normal UL contact, or the following staff, by region:
For details of the new requirements, please refer to our latest article, “Information Technology Equipment – New standards become required in EU, Canada and U.S. in early 2013”
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UL's First Transcontinental Mark adds extra value to your certification
When you update your certification or type approval, you may also apply for the UL-EU Mark, which denotes compliance with European EN standards for the safety testing of electrical and electronic components and end products. The UL-EU Mark can be combined with the C-UL-US Mark for North American markets.
In addition to the UL-EU Mark and CB Scheme, UL offers a comprehensive range of international product test certificates to meet the needs of those selling to different countries, including:
For more information, visit www.ul.com/gma.