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UL 458 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY POWER CONVERTERS/INVERTERS AND POWER CONVERTER/INVERTER SYSTEMS FOR LAND VEHICLES AND MARINE CRAFTS - SIXTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-02
Description: These requirements also cover converters/inverters that are additionally intended to charge batteries. Power converters covered by Part I of this standard are intended for connection to established 15- and 20-A branch circuits within a recreational vehicle.
UL 458A OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR POWER CONVERTERS/INVERTERS FOR ELECTRIC LAND VEHICLES - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-08-06
Description: These requirements also cover converters/inverters that are additionally intended to charge batteries. This outline does not cover fixed and stationary power converters, power-converter systems, and accessories intended for use within land vehicles which are not electric vehicles.
UL 1741 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY INVERTERS, CONVERTERS, CONTROLLERS AND INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM EQUIPMENT FOR USE WITH DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES - SECOND EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING SEPTEMBER 7, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-01-28
Description: These requirements cover inverters, converters, charge controllers, and interconnection system equipment (ISE) intended for use in stand-alone (not grid-connected) or utility-interactive (grid-connected) power systems.
UL 1012 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY POWER UNITS OTHER THAN CLASS 2 - EIGHTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING APRIL 08, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-11-09
Description:   These requirements do not cover the following types of battery chargers: a) Battery chargers intended to charge motor-starting batteries as covered by Standard for Battery Chargers for Charging Engine-Starter Batteries, UL 1236; b) Battery chargers for charging industrial batteries which power material handling trucks, tractors, personnel carriers, and similar motive equipment, as covered by the Standard for Industrial Battery Chargers, UL 1564; c) Chargers or charging functions incorporated into converter or inverters for use in recreational vehicles and boats, as covered by the Standard for Power Converters/Inverters and Power Converter/Inverter Systems for Land Vehicles and Marine Crafts, UL 458; and d) Charge controllers or charging functions incorporated into equipment for use in independent power systems, as covered by the Standard for Inverters, Converters, Controllers and Interconnection System Equipment for Use With Distributed Energy Resources, UL 1741.
UL 1699B OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) DC ARC-FAULT CIRCUIT PROTECTION - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-01-14
Description: These requirements cover devices including photovoltaic (PV) dc arc-fault circuit-interrupters (AFCI), arc-fault detectors (AFD), interrupting devices (ID) and inverters, converters, and charge controllers with integral arc-fault circuit-interrupter protection.
UL 3703 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR SOLAR TRACKERS - ISSUE 3 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-04-14
Description: These requirements do not cover: a) Equipment intended to accept the electrical or thermal output from the solar devices, such as inverters, converters, charge controllers, and batteries; b) Trackers installed in hazardous locations; c) Mechanical or structural integrity of the tracker under wind conditions, seismic conditions, and uplift conditions of the tracker base and base to platform connection; d) Trackers installed in marine, offshore, and/or locations above standing water; and e) Lightning striking the tracker.
UL 3703 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SOLAR TRACKERS - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-10-08
Description:   These requirements do not cover: a) Equipment intended to accept the electrical or thermal output from the solar devices, such as inverters, converters, charge controllers, and batteries; b) Trackers installed in hazardous locations; c) Mechanical or structural integrity of the tracker under wind conditions, seismic conditions, and uplift conditions of the tracker base and base to platform connection; d) Trackers installed in marine, offshore, and/or locations above standing water; and e) Lightning striking the tracker.

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