Although the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) filed draft risk prevention rules related to keyless ignition vehicles, including automatic shutdown technology in 2011, persistent industry opposition has delayed implementation of those rules and the NHTSA has yet to institute the standards.
Final Rule for Control of Emissions From Nonroad Spark
Feb 05, 2014 · This is the harmonized CSA Group and UL standard for particular requirements for Automatic Electrical Burner Control Systems. It is the first edition ANSI Z21.20 - CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 6Kefid and the third edition of UL 6Kefid. This edition of ANSI Z21.20 - CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 6Kefid replaces the previous edition published in 2007 as ANSI Z21.20 - CSA C22.2 No. 199, Automatic Electrical Controls for Household and Similar Use Part 2: Particular Requirements for Automatic Burner Ignition
Jul 02, 2019 · One of the first requirements that must be met is compliance with 21 CFR Part 11, known as Part 11 for short. Part 11 is part of the Code of Federal Regulations that establishes FDA protocols on electronic records and electronic signatures. Part 11 primarily helps define the standards that ensure electronic records and signatures are considered equivalent to paper records.
Jan 01, 2014 · Requirements for separate ignition transformers are covered in Standard for Specialty Transformers, UL 506, and CSA C22.2 No. 13, Standard for Luminous Tube Signs, Oil and Gas Burner Ignition Equipment, Cold-Cathode Interior Lighting.
Rule Summary. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is establishing new requirements to reduce emissions of hydrocarbon (HC) and oxides of nitrogen (NO x) from nonroad small spark-ignition engines below 19kW ("Small SI engines") and marine spark-ignition engines ("Marine SI engines"). This rule includes exhaust and evaporative emission standards for these engines as well as related gasoline …
The IEC 61508 standard, generally applicable to electrical/electronic/programmable safety-related products, is only partially adequate for automotive-development requirements. Consequently, for the automotive industry, this standard is replaced by the existing ISO 26262, currently released as a Final Draft International Standard (FDIS).