Why UL marks are important for lithium-ion batteries in industrial applications

By Michelle Froese Editor’s note: This article comes from Flux Power‘s blog, a developer of advanced lithium-ion batteries for industrial applications. Read more blog postings here.
Underwriter Laboratories (UL) is an organization with a mission “to build a safer, more secure and more sustainable today and tomorrow.” The organization does so by helping companies establish trustworthy products in the marketplace. To achieve this mission, UL requires products go through rigorous testing by industry-standard UL test labs.
To better understand why UL is important, it is best to understand what certifications are offered and how they differ. Currently UL offers two different certifications.
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