This is a two-day VIRTUAL workshop. Virtual meeting information will be emailed prior to the workshop start date.
The introduction of the new Article 409 for Industrial Control Panels in the 2005 edition of the National Electrical Code (NEC) drew increased attention to installations of industrial control panels. Industrial control panels (ICPs) with the UL Mark are installable to the NEC and have a distinct competitive edge in the marketplace.
The first day of the workshop focuses on how to construct general use industrial control panels in accordance with the Standard for Industrial Control Panels, UL 508A, 3rd Edition. It covers UL 508A, general use ICP construction, power circuit, control circuit, rating and marking requirements, sections 1-61; enclosure construction requirements, sections 62-64; standards for components, Appendix A; use of non-UL components, Appendix B; and component usage, Appendix C.
The second day instructs industrial control panel customers on how to establish short-circuit ratings for individual industrial control panels in accordance with the requirements outlined in the new Standard for Industrial Control Panels, UL 508A, 3rd Edition, Supplement SB. This supplement is the only method specifically noted as being recognized by the NEC.
- Great virtual workshop for those who are new in the role, and important for experienced users as the 3rd edition brings many updates.
- Each participant will receive a participant workbook and a copy of the UL 508A Standard ($897 USD value).
- Great course even for those who are not UL approved panel shops!
The price for the course is $875 USD.
Limited seating available. Sign up today!
PLUS - LIMITED TIME OFFER!
100% of the tuition paid for this workshop will be credited toward new company entry into the UL 508A Industrial Control Panel Listed Shop Program for applications submitted within 90 days of workshop completion*.
*Offer limited to one paid tuition rebate per company. Credit applied at time of project initiation. Contact your local UL Sales Representative by email at [email protected] or by calling 1.800.463.6852.