Solutions for Power Continuity and California Title 20 Certification

March 1, 2024
California Title 20 Certification has placed new regulations in place for battery management systems. Manufacturers will need to understand and implement these capabilities into their systems to provide power continuity for a wide variety of applications.

Backup battery charger systems must adhere to the State of California’s energy efficiency regulations, including those devices used for engine generator starting, whether in automotive, marine, off-highway, or any other standby power applications. The regulation that initially applied only to consumer chargers is also effective for commercial products, as well. 

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