UL 756
Standard for Coin and Currency Changers and Actuators

DETAILS
Edition Number:8SCC Approved:--
Edition Date:2016-08-25DOD Approved: --
Price Code:CANSI Approved: --
Type:ulstd

  • SCOPE

    1 Scope

    1.1 These requirements cover self-contained coin, credit card, debit card, currency, and token changers and actuators rated not more than 600 volts for use in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 70.

    1.2 These requirements cover open-type appliances intended to be factory or field installed in vending machines and other appliances.

    1.3 These requirements cover open-type controls for use with coin, credit card, debit card, currency, and token-operated devices intended to be factory installed within vending machines and other appliances.

    1.4 These requirements do not cover the effectiveness of antitheft protection features.

    1.5 Battery operated coin and currency changers and actuators are covered by these requirements.

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Expand All

    • Cover
    • Transmittal
    • Table of Contents
      • Body
        • INTRODUCTION
          • 1 Scope
          • 2 Glossary
          • 3 Units Of Measurement
          • 4 References
        • CONSTRUCTION
          • 5 General
          • 6 Barriers
          • 7 Frame And Enclosure
            • 7.1 General
            • 7.2 Doors and covers
            • 7.3 Cast metal
            • 7.4 Sheet metal
            • 7.5 Gaskets and adhesives
            • 7.6 Nonmetallic Parts
            • 7.7 Nonmetallic Materials
            • 7.8 Nonmetallic Material Ignition Sources Separation
            • 7.9 Nonmetallic Material Application and Location
            • 7.10 Glass-covered openings
            • 7.11 Wiring openings
            • 7.12 Enclosures for outdoor use
          • 8 Mounting
          • 9 Mechanical Assembly
          • 10 Protection Against Corrosion
            • 10.1 General
            • 10.2 Outdoor use
          • 11 Accessibility Of Uninsulated Live Parts, Film-Coated Wire, And Moving Parts
          • 12 Supply Connections
            • 12.1 General
            • 12.2 Permanently connected
            • 12.3 Terminals
            • 12.4 Leads
            • 12.5 Cord-connected
          • 13 Grounding
          • 14 Internal Wiring
          • 15 Splices and Connections
          • 16 Separation of Circuits
        • SPACINGS
          • 17 High-Voltage Circuits
          • 18 Low-Voltage Circuits
          • 19 Isolated, Power-Limited Circuits
          • 20 Electronic Circuits
          • 21 Alternate Spacings – Clearances and Creepage Distances
        • ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
          • 22 Motors
          • 23 Overcurrent Protection
            • 23.1 General
            • 23.2 Motors
          • 24 Live Parts
          • 25 Insulating Materials
          • 26 Switches and Controllers
          • 27 Remotely Operated Appliances
          • 28 Coil Windings
          • 29 Transformers
          • 30 Capacitors
          • 31 Printed Wiring
          • 32 Receptacles
          • 33 Field Installation
          • 34 Batteries and Battery Chargers
          • 35 Connectors
          • 36 Electrical Cable, Conduit and Tubing
          • 37 Electromagnetic Interference Filters
          • 38 Fuseholders
          • 39 Heating Elements
          • 40 Lighting Systems
            • 40.1 General
            • 40.2 Electric-Discharge Lighting Systems
          • 41 Optical Isolators and Semiconductor Devices
          • 42 Outlet Boxes, Fittings and Cover Plates
          • 43 Power Supplies
          • 44 Terminal Blocks
          • 45 Wireways, Auxiliary Gutters and Associated Fittings
          • 46 Information Technology Equipment
        • PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS
          • 47 Scope
          • 48 General
          • 49 Sharp Edges
          • 50 Surface Temperatures
          • 51 Stability Test
          • 52 Switches and Controllers
          • 53 Cover or Door
          • 54 Risk of Injury to Service Person
        • PERFORMANCE
          • 55 General
          • 56 Input Test
          • 57 Leakage Current Test
          • 58 Normal Temperature Test
          • 59 Dielectric Voltage-Withstand Test
          • 60 Overvoltage and Undervoltage Test
          • 61 Volt-Ampere Capacity Test
          • 62 Power-Limited Circuits
            • 62.1 General
            • 62.2 Maximum voltage
            • 62.3 Maximum current
            • 62.4 VA (Not inherently limited circuits only)
          • 63 Abnormal Operation Tests
            • 63.1 General
            • 63.2 Currency rejection
            • 63.3 Solenoid burnout
            • 63.4 Transformer burnout
          • 63A Switch Mode Power Supply Units – Overload Test
          • 64 Flexing of Internal Wiring Test
          • 65 Strain Relief Test
          • 66 Accelerated Aging on Gaskets, Sealing Compounds, and Adhesives
          • 67 Tests on Nonmetallic Materials
          • 68 Fastener Strength Test
          • 69 Resistance to Moisture Test
          • 70 Permanence of Marking Test
          • 71 Metallic-Coating-Thickness Test
          • 72 Bonding Conductor Test
          • 73 Electronic Circuits Test
          • 74 Overload and Endurance Test – Switching Devices
          • 75 Protective Electronic Circuit Tests
            • 75.1 General
            • 75.2 Fault conditions abnormal test
            • 75.3 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests
            • 75.4 Programmable component reduced supply voltage test
            • 75.5 Fuse-link test
        • MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCTION TESTS
          • 76 Dielectric Voltage-Withstand Test
          • 77 Grounding Continuity Test
          • 78 Protective Electronic Circuit Test
        • MARKING
          • 79 General
          • 80 Cautionary Marking
    • APPENDIX A – Operating and protective ("safety critical") control functions (Normative)