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Jul 5, 2022
  • Webinar

How To Adopt a System PRO: Expert Insights on UL iQ™

The third webinar in this series, "How To Adopt a System PRO: Expert Insights on UL iQ™," provides advanced information about system adoption and using the UL iQ database to search for materials and develop a system.

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Date & Time

Starts

Jul 5, 2022 3:00pm CET

Ends

4:00pm CET

Location

Online

An electrical insulation system (EIS) comprises a unique combination of materials that have been confirmed for chemical compatibility when used at certain maximum temperatures. If you work in the electrical insulation systems industry, testing and certification can help you confirm that individual insulation materials can meet the applicable safety and performance standards in shared environments in complex electrical systems.

Manufacturers must use quality electrical insulation materials (EIMs) to create a reliable, high-performance EIS. When building magnetic devices — such as motors, transformers, generators and solenoids — they must thoroughly review the selected materials. Material shortages common today require manufacturers’ flexibility in their use of materials.

Join UL’s complimentary three-session live webinar series to deepen your understanding of certification standards and evaluation of EIS safety and performance and explore your options when you face materials shortages.

The third webinar in this series, “How To Adopt a System PRO: Expert Insights on UL iQ™,” provides advanced information about system adoption and using the UL iQ™ database to search for materials and develop a system.

The following topics will be discussed in this informative webinar:

  • A recap of EISs and types of components
  • Tips for in-depth EIM and nonelectrical insulating material (NIM) research using the UL iQ™ database for EIS
  • Reading and interpreting fine print, comments and notes in UL iQ™ 
  • Developing awareness about additional information needed to develop a system

Speaker

Rita Chiodini, staff engineer, UL

Moderator

Hagen Fasel, product manager, UL

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