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Explore the Benefits of Industrial Control Panel Certification

Our Industrial Control Panel Shop Program provides flexibility in certification of mass-produced and custom-designed industrial control panels.

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The growth of industrial machinery and automation is driving a growing need for industrial control panels (ICPs) globally. The UL 508A Industrial Control Panel Shop Program is part of our General Coverage Program, which offers control panel manufacturers flexibility in applying UL Certification Marks to a wide range of industrial control panel designs.

Our Industrial Control Panel Program covers multiple requirements like proper component usage, enclosure environmental ratings, wiring and motor protection, safety markings, and conformance to the National Electric Code® (NEC) and Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).

We share our expertise through technical training, workshops and advisory services focused on the needs of the ICP builders.

UL Solutions' efficient, fast and economical way to achieve UL Certification to UL 508A helps verify a specific safety standard while allowing flexibility in panel design.

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We increase your competitive advantage, offer greater efficiency, widespread acceptance and impeccable training.

Industrial Control Panels UL 508A & Short Circuit Current Ratings Class

This course is comprised of two separate training components: A series of three short. introductory eLearning modules and a Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) session. Learners must complete the eLearning modules prior to attending the VILT session. 

508A 3rd Edition Update - Recorded Webinar with UL Solutions Principal Engineer, John Kovacik

The 508A Standard is the premier document for designing and constructing Industrial Control Panels for compliance with the National Electrical Code. Hear UL Solutions Principal Engineer for Industrial Control Panels, John Kovacik, and gain an insider's look at the detailed changes relevant to the new UL 508A 3rd Edition.