Designing for Compliance to UL 60730: Automatic Electrical Controls for Household and Similar Use (Europe)


This seminar will be held in English language. The course materials are in English language.

This one-day workshop provides participants the opportunity to learn the key points of UL 60730. Participants will also be able to identify the key differences between UL 60730 and IEC 60730 after completing the course. In addition, you will gain a better understanding of the process for submitting a control for investigation within the scope of UL 60730-1.

A copy of the UL 60730, 5th Edition Standard is included with your workshop materials ($452 USD value).


Workshop Topics

  • Process and procedure to request a quote and selecting the correct control category and description
  • Documents to submit when requesting a quote
  • Documents and materials needed for the engineer to begin working on a project
  • Differences and similarities between UL 60730 and IEC 60730
  • Key definitions of UL 60730
  • Review of clauses, annexes and common Part 2, key requirements
  • Insulation levels, creepage and clearance spacings analysis, protection from electric shock
  • Overview of a common test program


  • Describe the process for submitting a control for investigation
  • Identify the steps to request a quote for UL 60730 projects
  • Identify required documentation to provide when submitting for an investigation: ready-to-go checklist
  • Define the process of evaluating and testing controls
  • Explain key points of UL 60730
  • Explain key differences between UL 60730 and IEC 60730

Target Audience

  • Product safety, compliance and regulatory engineers
  • Product designers
  • Hardware and software engineers
  • Technical marketing professionals
  • Those who require a basic understanding of UL 60730
  • Those who are submitting projects for investigation to UL 60730

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Time Requirement


Workshop 1 day 825,00 €

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