The future of transportation is powered by certified EV charging cables
Electric vehicle (EV) charging cables are an integral part of the charging system. Different regulatory requirements around the world specify the appropriate cable to use. To help you compete in the global market, it’s important to know that your EV charging cables are compliant. UL can provide type-test reports and certification for these cables according to the standards below.
EV charging cable service offerings
|Type of service||Deliverable|
|Certification to North American standards||UL Listing Certificate, test report|
|Certification to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)/European Standard (EN) standards||UL-EU Certificate, test report|
|Type testing *||UL test report|
|Research testing *||UL test report|
|Witnessed testing at factory in-house lab *||UL test report|
*Testing in accordance with one or more standards described below.
Important EV charging standards and the UL Certification Mark
Expert testing can help confirm and certify product compliance with global requirements, which helps reduce liability and risk throughout your supply chain. Certified products are automatically listed in Product iQ®, UL’s database for certification information, where many suppliers verify the safety of products they choose.
Electric vehicle charging cable testing standards and regulations
|EN 50620||Electric cables – Charging cables for electric vehicles||Europe|
|IEC 62893 series||Charging cables for electric vehicles of rated voltages up to and including 0.6/1 kV||Europe|
|UL 62||Flexible cords and cables||United States|
|CSA C22.2 No. 49||Flexible cords and cables||Canada|
|JCS 4522||Flexible charging cables||Japan|