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CCW receives UL certificiation for ZEPS charge control panel

Posted on October 8, 2019

Complete Coach Works is the largest U.S. bus remanufacturing and rehabilitation company.
Complete Coach Works is the largest U.S. bus remanufacturing and rehabilitation company.

Complete Coach Works (CCW) recently acquired UL 508A certification from Underwriters Laboratories LLC (UL) for its industrial control panels that supply power to charge electric vehicles.

CCW dedicated countless hours to develop and manufacture a control panel for high-power charging technology that adheres to the highest safety requirements, according to the company. “UL tests to the most rigorous standards. Our company is thrilled to have exceeded those requirements,” said Chuck Barnes, VP of CCW.

The ZEPS charge control panel is designed to house the breaker, contactor, and interlock control logic that supply power to a CCW ZEPS-remanufactured electric bus.

UL’s standards and certification are universally recognized as important indicators of product safety and reliability, which is CCW’s top priority when developing new technologies. “Earning UL certification demonstrates CCW’s ongoing safety commitment to its customers. As technology continues to advance, so does the need for higher safety standards. We look forward to offering our customers a UL certified charging control panel,” Barnes said.

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