Power Supply Safety Standards, Agencies and Marks
The ability to sell power supplies, either built-in or external types, around the world depends on meeting the relevant safety standards that apply in those territories. These standards are defined and administered by national or international agencies, with various government-recognized testing laboratories certifying compliance with such statutory regulations. This application note aims to identify the major standards that relate to power supply safety, the agencies that administer them and/or provide certification, and the marking schemes that can be used to show compliance.
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