Standard: UL - 1026 CRD

UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD COOKING AND FOOD SERVING APPLIANCES - SECTION / PARAGRAPH REFERENCE: NEW SUPPLEMENT SA SUBJECT: SMART ENABLED COOKING APPLIANCES

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Scope:

These requirements apply to household cooking and food serving appliances intended to receive and respond to communication signals or data relating to power billing rate or demand response or communication signals from a remote user interface, such as a smart phone or computer. The smart enabled control response may include delayed start, remote stop of a function, remote start, adjusted temperature setting operation, or extended timer ON of OFF operation.

Appliances covered by SA1.1 are commonly identified as "smart" appliances or "smart enabled" and are intended to interact with the "Smart Grid," as described by the US Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, or other communication networks not identified as "Smart Grid."

These requirements do not address the integrity of any output signal or data to the network devices or interoperability with other devices.

These requirements supplement those specified in this Standard.

These requirements contemplate ²smart enabled² technology as described by the U. S. Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 that is integral with the appliance or incorporated as an accessory (wired to the appliance or wireless with a corresponding appliance receiver) on the appliance or in the same occupancy as the appliance.

These requirements encompass accessory devices to which multiple appliances may communicate and be smart enabled by providing direction for investigation of such devices in addition to the requirements of standards generally applicable to those devices.

These requirements do not apply to communication network devices that control appliances via general purpose power on-off, building wiring devices, panelboard mounted devices or utility meters.

These requirements apply to wired or wireless remote commands from the user by way of:

a) Controls only capable of communicating within line-of-sight of the appliance (e.g. infrared wireless);

b) Short range controls only capable of communicating within proximity or same occupancy of the appliance but not necessarily within line-of-sight (e.g. short-wave radio frequency); or

c) Long range telecommunication controls without proximity limits (e.g. WiFi, local area networks, wide area networks).

These requirements include, but are not limited to, the following remote initiated functions:

a) Monitored status (e.g. ON/OFF, temperature, timer, etc.);

b) Operational ON;

c) Thermostat adjustment temperature decrease;

d) Thermostat adjustment temperature increase;

e) Cancel timer heating ON;

f) Extended delay timer heating ON;

g) Cancel timer heating OFF;

h) Extended delay timer heating OFF; and

i) Heating OFF.

Organization: UL
Document Number: 1026 crd
Publish Date: 2014-04-08
Page Count: 8
Change Type: STCH
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Inactive
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