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Functional Safety Compliance Tips for Energy Systems

As more products like energy storage, stationary batteries, e-bikes, personal e-mobility, battery powered industrial trucks, and grid-interactive inverters are designed to perform more elaborate functions, embedded electronics and software need to operate as designed and more importantly – safely. The webinar covers safe operation of embedded electronics and software products within energy systems.

Objectives

  • The “What, Why and How” of Functional Safety
  • Determining if a Functional Safety evaluation is necessary
  • Hardware requirements (e.g. UL 991)
  • Software requirements (e.g. UL 1998)

For specific questions regarding safety-related embedded electronics and software to Functional Safety standards please contact us at [email protected] or visit www.ul.com/energy-and-utilities/insights.


SPEAKER

Jason Smith
Staff Engineer – Commercial & Industrial

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