UL Certification Customers have free access to UL Standards, not including UL IEC Based Standards. UL Certification Customers may access published Standards materials by using the Standards Certification Customer Library (SCCL) at ULstandards.com.
Not sure if your company already uses the Standards Customer Certification Library website? Then contact customer service at 1-888-853-3503.
ALL UL STDS for CANADA
1.1 This standard applies to fixed, portable and transportable toxic and combustible gas and vapor detectors and sensors intended for use in ordinary (non-hazardous) locations for use in indoor, or unconditioned spaces, or outdoor locationsareas.
1.1A This standard covers gas and vapor detectors and sensors that are factory-calibrated and sealed with no means for recalibration or field maintenance by a qualified service personnel including:
a) A toxic gas sensor and/or detector with detection and/or alarm limits within the applicable Time Weighted Average (TWA) concentration, as specified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or
b) A combustible gas detector with detection and/or alarm limits at or below 25% of the Lower of the Lower Explosive Limit (LEL),
c) A combustible gas sensor up to and including the LEL.
1.1B A gas detector and/or sensor and/or vapor detector, as covered by these requirements, consists of an assembly of electrical components coupled with a sensing means inside a chamber or by separate components to detect toxic and/or combustible gases or vapors and in accordance with National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, the Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, NFPA 72, and Fuel Gases and Warning Equipment, NFPA 715. The detector includes provision for the connection to a source of power and signaling circuits.
1.2 These requirements cover the following types of detectors:
a) Detectors intended for monitoring the environment and detectors intended for open area protection and for connection to a compatible power supply or control unit for operation as part of gas detection or emergency signaling systems;
b) Detectors intended solely for control of ventilation or shut off devices such as fans or control valves;
c) Detectors intended for both the above applications;
d) Sensors and sensing circuits intended for use with or in gas detectors, alarms or gas detection circuits within fuel cell systems;
e) Portable gas detectors;
f) Multi-gas gas detectors;
g) Multi-gas sensors.
1.3 These requirements also cover all remote accessories that are intended to be connected to a gas or vapor detector and/or sensor.
1.4 This standard does not cover the following:
a) Control units to which the detectors are intended to be connected that are covered by the Standard for Control Units for Fire-Protective Signaling Systems, UL 864;
b) Control units to which the detectors are intended to be connected that are covered by the Standard for General Purpose Signaling Devices and Systems, UL 2017;
c) Self-contained single and multiple station carbon monoxide alarms or residential combustible gas detectors, not intended for connection to a system control unit, that are covered by the Standard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms, UL 2034 or Residential Gas Detectors, UL 1484;
d) Automatic flammable vapor sensor systems and components covered by the Standard for Automatic Flammable Vapor Sensor Systems and Components, Z21.94/CSA 6.3;
e) Equipment intended for use in hazardous (classified) locations.
1.5 Users of these requirements will additionally need to ensure that influencing factors not addressed in this standard for the end product installation, such as mechanical movement, field placement of conductive material, and product damage, will not affect the system for insulation coordination or performance operation. Examples are the deformation of the enclosure, movement of the fittings for conduit or armored cable, or the improper installation of field wiring.
This revision to ANSI/UL 2075 dated January 23, 2023 was issued to incorporate the following changes:
– Unconditioned Areas; 1.1, 3.7, 3.16A, 45.2.1, and 50.1.1
– NFPA 720 Reference; 49.1.1
RevisionsRed Line Std. (6)
CSDS Proposals (11)
An electronic document associated with a UL Standard for Safety or Outline of Investigation, and issued by UL to propose:
UL LLC CRD (3)
Other Updates (0)
Referenced Standards (0)
Reverse Referenced Standards (9)
The cost to purchase this Standard varies depending on whether you are ordering a hardcopy, PDF or combination of the two. We also offer two different types of subscriptions: a one year and a three year.
You will be able to choose your purchase options on the following pages.
To serve you better, please update your account details.