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UL - SUBJECT 2271

OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR BATTERIES FOR USE IN LIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLE (LEV) APPLICATIONS

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Organization: UL
Publication Date: 4 March 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 22
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These requirements cover nickel, lithium ion and lithium ion polymer batteries and battery packs for use in light electric vehicles (LEVs) as defined in this outline of investigation, with a maximum output of 60 Vdc.

Document History

September 7, 2018
UL Standard for Safety Batteries for Use In Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) Applications
These requirements cover electrical energy storage assemblies (EESAs) such as battery packs and combination battery pack-electrochemical capacitor assemblies and the subassembly/modules that make up...
April 22, 2013
OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR BATTERIES FOR USE IN LIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLE (LEV) APPLICATIONS
These requirements cover electrical energy storage assemblies (EESAs) such as battery packs and combination battery pack-electrochemical capacitor assemblies and the subassembly/modules that make up...
SUBJECT 2271
March 4, 2010
OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR BATTERIES FOR USE IN LIGHT ELECTRIC VEHICLE (LEV) APPLICATIONS
These requirements cover nickel, lithium ion and lithium ion polymer batteries and battery packs for use in light electric vehicles (LEVs) as defined in this outline of investigation, with a maximum...
February 4, 2010
UL Standard for Safety Batteries for Use In Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) Applications
These requirements cover electrical energy storage assemblies (EESAs) such as battery packs and combination battery pack-electrochemical capacitor assemblies and the subassembly/modules that make up...

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