Xandex Receives UL and GS S1 Safety Certificates for SunMizer DC Power Optimizer for Solar Panels

TUV Rheinland of North America has certified SunMizer DC Power Optimizer to both European and United States safety standards. This was announced by the Solar Division of Xandex Inc. The company had developed SunMizer DC Power Optimizer for solar panels.

TUV Rheinland of North America is a Nationally Recognized Test Laboratory (NRTL) and it has certified the SunMizer to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 1741 safety standard. The UL 1741 is the safety standard in U.S. for charge controllers, converters, inverters and interconnection system equipment that are used in grid-connected or stand-alone solar power systems.

Manufactures that prove full compliance with German equipment safety law (GPSG) and Low Voltage Directive (LVD) that is required for CE mark labeling are presented with TUV Rheinland GS S1 certificates.

TUV Rheinland of North America was chosen by Xandex to conduct the SunMizer safety certification testing since the company offered the single source entry for European as well as U.S. markets. In addition, the overall certification costs and time for certification were reduced.

Jeff Muchow, VP of Engineering and Quality at Xandex, said that the company had collaborated with TUV Rheinland for the entire process from the initial design stages through the final stage of product testing. Jeff Muchow further commented that the product was thoroughly tested as per the safety standards to make certain that the product is safe as well as efficient for both European and American markets.

Source: www.xandexsolar.com

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