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Old 29th November 2013, 11:36 PM

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Re: Flammability Ratings for Internal Battery & Hand-Held ME Equipment

Hello Joanne, Thanks for your information !

Actually, flammability ratings for some of enclosure is 94HB, which is lower standard than V-2, hence, we will need to do some risk analysis for this point.

As our test is applied to en60601-1 3rd version, in the test report from test firm, already shown enclosure is 94HB, i think it will be fine for EN market (with related risk analysis)

For or USA, I search some information from test firm, it seems that flammability ratings must follow ul, it will be more tough than EN standard, I still not very clear about this, may I know if anyone can share more information about this?

Thanks in advance !

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