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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
Certificate Number
Report Reference
Issue Date
Issued to:
This is to certify that
representative samples of
20120831-E181848
E181848-19960719
2012-AUGUST-31
VICOR CORP
25 FRONTAGE RD
ANDOVER, MA 01810
COMPONENT - POWER SUPPLIES FOR USE IN
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
See Addendum Page
Have been investigated by UL in accordance with the
Standard(s) indicated on this Certificate.
Standard(s) for Safety:
Additional Information:
ANSI/ISA 12.12.01 - Nonincendive Electrical Equipment
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 213 Non-incendive Electrical
Equipment
See the UL Online Certifications Directory at
www.ul.com/database for additional information
Only those products bearing the UL Recognized Component Marks for the U.S. and Canada should be
considered as being covered by UL's Recognition and Follow-Up Service and meeting the appropriate U.S. and
Canadian requirements.
The UL Recognized Component Mark for the U.S. generally consists of the manufacturer’s identification and
catalog number, model number or other product designation as specified under “Marking” for the particular
Recognition as published in the appropriate UL Directory. As a supplementary means of identifying products that
have been produced under UL’s Component Recognition Program, UL’s Recognized Component Mark:
, may
be used in conjunction with the required Recognized Marks. The Recognized Component Mark is required when
specified in the UL Directory preceding the recognitions or under “Markings” for the individual recognitions. The
UL Recognized Component Mark for Canada consists of the UL Recognized Mark for Canada:
and the
manufacturer’s identification and catalog number, model number or other product designation as specified under
“Marking” for the particular Recognition as published in the appropriate UL Directory.
The final acceptance of the component is dependent upon its installation and use in complete equipment
submitted to UL LLC.
Look for the UL Recognized Component Mark on the product.
William R. Carney, Director, North American Certification Programs
UL LLC
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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
Certificate Number
Report Reference
Issue Date
20120831-E181848
E181848-19960719
2012-AUGUST-31
This is to certify that representative samples of the product as specified on this certificate were tested
according to the current UL requirements.
Class I, Groups A, B, C and D, Division 2 only.
ComPac Series, Model No. VI, followed by L, M, N, P, Q or R, followed by C, followed by 1, W, 3, N or
6, followed by up to three numbers or letters which may be Z, Y, O, X, W, V, T, R, M, 1, P, 2, N, 3, L, J,
K, 4, H, F, D or B, followed by C, I, M or E, followed by up to three numbers or letters which may be M,
P, Q, S, U, V, W, X, Y or Z, followed by two optional digits 00 through 99.
William R. Carney, Director, North American Certification Programs
UL LLC
Any information and documentation involving UL Mark services are provided on behalf of UL LLC (UL) or any authorized licensee of UL. For questions, please
contact a local UL Customer Service Representative at www.ul.com/contactus
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File E181848
Project 95NK30863
July 19, 1996
REPORT
on
COMPONENT - POWER SUPPLIES FOR USE IN
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
Vicor Corporation
Andover, MA
Copyright ©
1996 Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. authorizes the above
named company to reproduce this Report provided it is
reproduced in its entirety.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. authorizes the above
named company to reproduce that portion of this Report
consisting of this Cover Page through Page 2.
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Revised:
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D E S C R I P T I O N
PRODUCT COVERED:
*
USR, CNR - Class I, Groups A, B, C and D, Division 2 only.
Component - Power supplies, ComPac Series, Model No. VI, followed by L,
M, N, P, Q or R, followed by C, followed by 1, W, 3, N or
6,
followed by up to three numbers or letters which may be Z,
Y, O, X, W, V, T, R, M, 1, P, 2, N, 3, L, J, K, 4, H, F, D
or B, followed by C, I, M or E, followed by up to three
numbers or letters which may be M, P, Q, S, U, V, W, X, Y
or
Z, followed by two optional digits 00 through 99.
*
NOMENCLATURE BREAKDOWN:
Refer to ILL. 2.
ELECTRICAL RATINGS:
Refer to ILL. 2.
ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS (NOT FOR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE'S USE):
USR indicates investigation to US Standards ANSI/ISA 12.12.01-2012, and
the Standard for Information Technology Equipment, UL 60950-1, 2nd Edition,
2007-03-27 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1: General
Requirements) CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2007-03 (Information
Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1: General Requirements).
*
CNR indicates investigation to Canadian Standard C22.2 No. 213-M1987.
Use - For use only in (or with) complete equipment where the
acceptability of the combination is determined by Underwriters Laboratories
Inc.
*
This power supply consists of various R/C power supplies mounted on a
printed wiring board with additional front end circuitry. Primary to
secondary isolation is provided by these various R/C power supplies.
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Conditions of Acceptability *1.
This component has been judged on the basis of the required spacings in
the Standard for Information Technology Equipment, UL 60950-1, 2nd
Edition, 2007-03-27 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part
1: General Requirements) CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2007-03
(Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1: General
Requirements), which would cover the component itself if submitted for
unrestricted Listing, Fourth Edition of the Standard for Information
Processing and Business Equipment, UL 478, and Power Supplies, UL 1012.
*2.
This power supply shall be installed in compliance with the enclosure,
mounting, creepage, clearance, casualty, markings and segregation
requirements of the end-use application.
*3.
The need for conducting leakage current tests is to be determined as
part of the end-product evaluation.
4.
This power supply has only been evaluated for use in a pollution
Degree 2 environment.
5.
Secondary outputs 2 V - 48 V comply with SELV requirements. Secondary
outputs 52 V - 95 V are non SELV outputs.
6.
The base plate temperature of each DC/DC module should be monitored.
7.
A baseplate temperature of 85°C should not be exceeded.
8.
The input and output connectors have not been evaluated for field
connections and are only intended for connection to mating connectors of
internal wiring inside the end-use machine. The acceptability of these
and the mating connectors relative to secureness, insulating materials,
and temperature shall be considered.
9.
These units shall be provided with external primary fuses.
10.
The following is the maximum primary fuse value acceptable:
Output Power
200
200
200
200
W
W
W
W
Nominal Input, dc
24 V
24 V (wide)
48 V
300 V
Fuse Size
10
12
7
2
A
A
A
A
400 W
400 W
400 W
24 V
48 V
300 V
20 A
15 A
4 A
600 W
600 W
600 W
24 V
48 V
300 V
30 A
25 A
6 A
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11.
The Temperature Test should be conducted in the end application to
determine a T Code.
12.
The need for the following instructions shall be determined in the end
Application:
A.
SUITABLE FOR USE IN CLASS I, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A, B, C and
D HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS, OR NONHAZARDOUS LOCATIONS ONLY.
B.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 2.
C.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT
UNLESS POWER HAS BEEN SWITCHED OFF OR THE AREA IS KNOWN TO
BE NONHAZARDOUS.
D.
WARNING - EXPLOSION HAZARD - WHEN IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS,
TURN OFF POWER BEFORE REPLACING OR WIRING MODULES.
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Vicor Corporation, 25 Frontage Road Andover, MA 01810 USA
VI - a C b c c c - d e e e - f f
ComPAC Family Tree
VI =
Product Type
VI = VI (Vicor), VI = VE (Vicor RoHs), VI = IP (VJCL), VI = IE (VJCL RoHs), MI = Military
a=
Module Configurations
L = 1UP Single (1module, 1 output)
M = 2UP Single (2 modules, 1 output)
N = 3UP Single (3 modules, 1 output)
P = 2UP Dual (2 modules, 2 outputs)
Q = 3UP Dual (3 modules, 2 outputs)
R = 3UP Triple (3 modules, 3 outputs)
b=
d=
Product Grade
C = Commercial -20C to +85C
I = Industrial
-40C to +85C
M = Military
-55C to +85C
E = Economy
0C to +85C
eee =
Output Power
M = 600W
P = 450W
Q = 400W
S = 300W
U = 200W
V = 150W
W = 100W
X = 75W
Y = 50W
Z = 25W
ff =
Factory assigned code (optional)
Non-safety related, any alphanumeric combination
-CC = Conduction Cooled
-H1 = Extended heat sink
Input Voltage (Vdc)
Nominal
Range
1 = 24
21-32 @
W = 24
18-36 @
2 = 28
18-50 @
3 = 48
42-60 @
N = 48
36-76 @
6 = 300
200-400 @
Max (A)
26.7
31.2
28.0
18.0
15.6
3.9
C = Constant, designates ComPAC family
ccc =
Output voltage (Vdc) Nominal
Z = 2.0
2 = 15.0
Y = 3.3
N = 18.5
O = 5.0
3 = 24.0
X = 5.2
L = 28.0
W = 5.5
J = 36.0
V = 5.8
K = 40.0
T = 6.5
4 = 48.0
R = 7.5
H = 52.0
M = 10.0
F = 72.0
1 = 12.0
D = 85.0
P =13.8
B = 95.0
Example
VI-PC601-CUX-23
P = 2Up (2 modules, 2 outputs), 6 = 300 V Input, 0 = 5V output, 1 = 12Vdc output
C= Commercial product Grade, U = 200W output, X = 75W output, 23 = Customer Code
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