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MicroPlanet Technology Corp., a provider of smart grid and power quality technology, has received TUV SUD America Inc. certification to multiple global standards for four of its next-generation three-phase voltage regulation units, which represent the new product lines for both 110 V and 220 V systems.

The products were tested and certified to the following standards:
  • CAN/CSA C22.2 # 14:2010
  • UL 508A/R:2010-02
  • EN 60204 - 1/A1:2009
  • (supplemented with IEC 62103:2003)

The following products were certified:

  • The 50 Hz 3P-230Y400V system rated for 175 A focused on both commercial and distributed energy integration applications for 220 V jurisdictions, including Australia and the European Union;
  • The 60 Hz 3P-120Y208V system rated for 300 A focused on commercial power quality applications for 110 V jurisdictions, including the U.S. and Canada;
  • The 60 Hz 3P-120Y208V system rated for 400 A focused on energy-conservation applications for 110 V jurisdictions, including the U.S. and Canada; and
  • The 60 Hz 3P-277Y480V system rated for 150 A focused on pump and HVAC applications for 110 V jurisdictions, including the U.S. and Canada.


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