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Does UL sell their Standards?You can access UL Standards at http://ulstandardsinfonet.ul.com/. What is a CCN?The CCN is the category control number. The CCN is an alphanumeric code related to the product category. It is composed of four letters, with or without a number suffix. For example, XCFR2 is the CCN for UL recognized terminal blocks or NMMS is for UL Listed Motor Drives (Power Conversion Equipment). Figure designations: A CCN without any suffix is for Listed products such as NMMS. For example: 2 means Recognized (NMMS2) 3 means Unlisted for USA (NMMS3) 7 means Listed for Canada (NMMS7) 8 means Recognized for Canada (NMMS8) 9 means Unlisted for Canada (NMMS9) Are there UL Standards in other languages besides English?No, unfortunately UL Standards only exist in English. What happens when the product does not successfully go through testing?A report is sent out after testing. If the product fails testing and thus is not eligible for a UL Marking, modifications will be required to meet the standard requirements. Upon request, UL can provide advice on conformity-related matters around the standard requirements. The product should be submitted to UL again for a new test once modifications are made. In rare cases, we may…