Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box is UL 1973 certified

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Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box is UL 1973 certified


Recently, the Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box has passed various tests specified in the UL 1973:2018 standard and obtained a certification certificate.

UL 1973 is a safety standard for energy storage battery systems in the United Nations of North America and Canada, and is currently recognized as one of the most authoritative and widely accepted battery safety standards internationally. It mainly covers various battery systems used for fixed, vehicle auxiliary power, LER, photovoltaic, wind energy, backup power, and communication base stations, and includes structural and testing evaluations of energy storage systems.

The Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box has passed a series of strict, complex, and long-term tests according to UL 1973:2018, including material resistance tests, vibration tests, high temperature tests, drop tests, and short-circuit tests conducted on the product 90 days after charging and discharging.

The successful passing of the test and obtaining the certification certificate indicate that the safety of the Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box product in design, operation, and manufacturing has met international standards.

Previously, the Contemporary Nebula household energy storage box had successfully obtained certifications such as UN 38.3, FCC Part-15B, EN 61000-6-1/3, IEC 62619, UL&IEC 6-730-1 functional safety report. Recently obtained the “UL 1973” certification again, further improving the international certification of the product, laying an important foundation for expanding the North American and European markets.


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