All 120 volt to neutral meter electronic modules carry the UL Recognized Component mark (File E362606, UL 916) for the United States and Canada. The higher voltage meters (up to 300 volts) also carry the mark as long as the meter lacks pulse and serial outputs. The enclosures carry a UL Listing mark from their manufacturer, but there is not a separate mark for the complete system.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
|Issued to:||DAVIDGE CONTROLS
583 N REFUGIO RD
SANTA YNEZ CA 93460-9701
|This is to certify that
representative samples of
|COMPONENT – ENERGY USAGE MONITORING SYSTEMS
Model abode where a = A through F; b = 1 through 4; c = 0
through 3; d = 0 through 9; e = 0 through 7; may be
followed by additional alphanumeric characters.
|Have been investigated by UL in accordance with the
Standard(s) indicated on this Certificate.
|Standard(s) for Safety:||UL 916, Energy Management Equipment
CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1, Safety Requirements for Electrical
Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use –
Part 1: General Requirements
|Additional Information:||See the UL Online Certifications Directory at
www.ul.com database for additional information
Only those products bearing the UL Recognized Component Marks for the U.S. and Canada should be
considered as being covered by UL’s Recognition and Follow-Up Service and meeting the appropriate U.S. and Canadian requirements.
The UL Recognized Component Mark for the U.S. generally consists of the manufacturer’s identification and catalog number, model number or other product designation as specified under “Marking” for the particular Recognition as published in the appropriate ULDirectory. As a supplementary means of identifying products that have been produced under UL’s Component Recognition Program, UL’s Recognized Component Mark: W, may be used in conjunction with the required Recognized Marks. The Recognized Component Mark is required when specified in the UL Directory preceding the recognitions or under “Markings” for the individual recognitions. The UL Recognized Component Mark for Canada consists of the UL Recognized Mark for Canada: cW and the
manufacturer’s identification and catalog number, model number or other product designation as specified under “Marking” for the particular Recognition as published in the appropriate UL Directory.
Recognized components are incomplete in certain constructional features or restricted in performance
capabilities and are intended for use as components of complete equipment submitted for investigation rather than for direct separate installation in the field. The final acceptance of the component is dependent upon its installation and use in complete equipment submitted to UL LLC.
Look for the UL Recognized Component Mark on the product.
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