Is it possible to configure a RACO autodialer with Cellularm such that it can pass UL inspection either as a stand-alone device or mounted in a control panel?In the case where Cellularms have integral power supplies powered by 120 VAC, such Cellularms also can be operated by low voltage DC, essentially by-passing the 120 VAC to low voltage DC converter. Thus, meeting UL, stand-alone or panel mounted, is a matter if using a Class 2 UL Approved low voltage DC power supply.
Some RACO Cellularms have no integral 120 VAC power supply and require low voltage DC power in a range dependent on Cellularm model. In this case, the cellularms will meet UL, as stand-alone or panel mounted, if the low voltage DC power supply is Class 2 UL Approved.
It is recommended that the power requirements of the specific Cellularm to be implemented be determined prior to selecting a Class 2 UL Approved low voltage DC power supply.