UL and ETL
Our products are tested and approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Electrical Safety International (ESI) to ensure electrical safety (ETL). Consumers can use these test documents to evaluate and compare items using authentic third-party data rather than manufacturer-supplied marketing materials.
UL8800 is a collection of safety standards maintained by UL for use in determining the acceptability of luminaires and any associated accessories for indoor horticulture applications. Before acquiring this sort of equipment, the specifier should seek for the UL safety label.
Underwriters Laboratory (UL) and Electrical Safety International (ESI) test and approve our goods for electrical safety (ETL). Instead of utilizing manufacturer-supplied marketing materials, customers may use these test documents to evaluate and compare items using authentic third-party data.
SAA Approvals is a third-party certifying organisation authorized to provide Certificates of Approval for declared and non-declared electrical equipment that has met the appropriate Australian Standard’s safety standards. The Joint Accreditation Service of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) has recognized SAA, and the New South Wales Fair Trading has recognised and gazetted SAA as a Recognised External Approvals Scheme.
Before contemplating any incentives to expand facility owners, most utilities would seek to the Design Lights Consortium (DLC), an independent certifying authority. A manufacturer must achieve specific performance and effectiveness requirements before being included to their Qualified Products List (QPL).
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