We have some electrical equipment (doesn't really matter what) that is built to CSA/ESA. However, to get total CSA/ESA approval the inspector is saying the meters (Crompton ammeters, just the most basic kind), located on the door, need a CSA stamp on them...
These meters do not have a CSA label on them. I don't know of any that do... do you? What is the reasoning for needing a CSA sticker on such a device?
Hell, there are insulators inside that have no UL/CSA sticker etc...I don't even think there is a CSA standard for Inuslator (again, I haven't seen any with the CSA label on them)... I think it would be more important to have approval on items such as these that could realisticly produce a large amount of damage to the equipment and the personnel if not applied correctly?