UL/IEC 62368-1 2nd Edition, and IEC 62368-1 3rd Edition for A/V & ICT Equipment

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Take the next step towards UL/IEC 62368-1 product safety compliance

Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 15:00 PM UK time/16:00 PM CET

In the ever-changing world of digital technology, safety standards for Audio/Visual and I.T.E. products are constantly being updated and developed to reflect the changes. Product safety for these products is moving away from a prescriptive approach to a hazard safety approach with the introduction of 62368-1. This hazard-based 62368 standard offers greater flexibility in product design and makes it easier for introduction of new technology.

62368-1 is the hazard-based standard that will eventually replace existing standards: IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60065, Audio, Video & Similar Electronic Apparatus and IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60950–1, Information Technology Equipment. This new standard applies to a broad range of high-tech products from consumer electronics to office equipment and offers greater flexibility in product design, making it easier for the introduction of new technology.

Join Dennis Butcher on Thursday, July 18, 2019 as he guides you through the next steps towards compliance to UL/IEC 62368-1 2nd Edition, and IEC 62368-1 3rd Edition for A/V & ICT Equipment.

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