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Important changes to UL 1449 safety standards for surge suppression
Since 1985, Underwriters Laboratory (UL) 1449 standard has been providing safety guidelines for surge suppression, a topic found in the past to have very little structure or commonality across the standard. Download this Tech Topic for the latest revisions to standard 1449, including the terminology, test program and specifying requirements.
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