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Focused Vertical Markets with Industrial Grade Certifications

              Over 100 models of ORing products have been deployed in a wide variety of applications and environments worldwide. Vertical
              markets have played a key role in ORing's business. As vertical markets adhere to standards and certification which can be complex,
              costly, and time-consuming, ORing has made sure all products are produced and tested in certificated labs and manufacturing
              stages. Also, ORing products are fully compliant with a variety of safety standards including EMC, IPv6, UL508, EN50155, and
              C1D2, indicating the ruggedness and durability of ORing products in harsh environments. To show our care for the environment, all of
              ORing's products are qualified with EU's WEEE and RoHS directives.
              IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard) is an extension of the internationally recognized ISO 9001 quality standard but is
              specific to the railway industry. The standard is developed by the UNIFE Group (the Association of the European Rail Industry) to
              attests to the quality and reliability of networks products and solutions for railway applications. ORing has been IRIS certified since
              2015. ORing’s partners and customers can rest assured that their ORing solutions meet the extremely rigorous requirements in the
              railway industry and that ORing will constantly improve its management, research, and development processes. The IRIS certification
              not only stands for topnotch quality, but also helps ORing partners save time and costs since they can directly use ORing’s solutions to
              achieve higher safety, cost- effectiveness and quality of their railway appliances without undergoing additional qualifications. Optimal
              operational reliability and system availability can be guaranteed as comprehensive support ranging from development to production,
              servicing, and management will be provided.

              EN50155                                         EN50121-4
              EN50155 is an international standard set for railway   EN50121-4 is an European standard applies for emission and
              applications. EN50155 requires compliance with temperature,   immunity of the signalling and telecommunications apparatus in
              humidity, and electromagnetic interference. The standard   railway applications. It specifies the limits of emission as well as
              guarantees the reliability of railway services by governing   immunity, and identifies products that can operate despite the
              the operation, design, construction, and testing of electronic   extreme surge and emissions hazards of railway environments.
              EN 45545                                        EN 60945
              EN 45545 is a European standard that specifies the fire   EN60945 is a standard that specifies the use of maritime
              protection requirements for materials and products used on   navigation and radio communication equipment on a ship.
              railway vehicles. EN 45545-1 includes regulations regarding   All such equipment must undergo various tests such as
              the classification of rail vehicles in operational and design   temperature, vibration, humidity, corrosion, water immersion, and
              categories, as well as fire safety objectives. EN 45545-2, which   electromagnetic emissions to prove their abilities to withstand
              will become mandatory in all European countries in 2016,   severe conditions found across the world's oceans.
              defines the requirements for the fire behavior of materials and
             C1D2/ATEX/IECEx                                  IEC/UL/EN 60950-1/UL 508

              C1D2, ATEX, and IECEx are three standards for equipment   IEC/UL/EN 60950-1 are standards for the safety of mains-
              used in hazardous areas such as oil & gas, mining, energy   powered or battery-powered information technology equipment,
              detection systems. C1D2 is a US standard referring to situations   including electrical business equipment and associated
              in which ignitable concentrations of gases, vapors or liquids are   equipment, with a RATED VOLTAGE not exceeding 600 V
              present, but are contained. ATEX is a European standard that   and designed to be installed in accordance with the National
              consists of two EU directives describing what equipment and   Electrical Code, NFPA 70. UL 508 is the Underwriters laboratories
              working environment is allowed in a space with an explosive   (UL) safety standard for industrial control panels and internal
              atmosphere. IECEx is an international standard regulating   components. Requirements of this standard cover devices rated
              the use of electrical equipment and components in potentially   1500 volts.
              explosive areas.

              IEEE 1613                                       IEC 61850-3
              IEEE-1613  is  the  IEEE  standard  specifying  ratings,   IEC 61850 is a standard for the design of electrical substation
              environmental performance, and testing requirements for   automation while “-3” signifies general requirements. Abstract
              communications networking devices installed in electric power   data models defined in IEC 61850 can be mapped to a number of
              substations. Within the standard, two classes (Class 1; Class2)   protocols that run over TCP/IP networks or substation LANs using
              of devices are defined, based on the outcome of a specific set   high speed switched Ethernet to obtain the necessary response
              of potentially destructive EMI type tests (EMI stress) designed   times below four milliseconds for protective relaying.
              to stimulate EMI phenomena in the substation.
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