What is UL stands for?
In This Post… Underwriters’ Laboratories, or UL as it is universally known, tests and evaluates components and products that allows a certification mark to be placed by the manufacturer. Most common are the “UL Listed” and “UL Recognized” marks.
What is UL for LED lights?
UL certification is not simply a sticker you can pay for to put on your products. UL is an independent, third-party safety certification organization, so they are not biased towards any company or product. In order to become UL certified, a product must pass rigorous testing performed by UL.
What is UL in electricity?
The UL-Listing seal, also known as the “Underwriters Laboratory” seal, that is stamped on most electrical products is an important mark that products carry.
What is the difference between UL and LED lights?
The old UL standard was really a source of confusion for consumers and vendors of LED Christmas lighting products, because the newer LED product drew between 80-90% less power than the older incandescent lights, but UL still only approved the end-to-end connection of 3 light sets.
What does UL only mean?
The UL Listed seal means that the product has been tested by UL to nationally recognized safety and sustainability standards. Additionally, it has been found to be free from a reasonably foreseeable risk of fire, electric shock in a Division 2 environment.
What is UL and non UL?
Yes No | Report abuse. UL means the product has gone through several testing procedures before it’s ready to put on the market. It basically means it is safe. Non tested means it hasn’t gone through the UL testing but that’s okay, unless there is something that could make the product a hazard.
What is difference between UL and ETL?
The difference between ETL Listed and UL Listed is that ETL means a product was tested and approved by Intertek Testing Services (formerly Edison Testing Laboratories), and UL means it was tested and approved by Underwriters Laboratories. Both are Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories.
What is UL wire?
UL wire (also called UL listed wire or UL approved wire) is wire that has been certified to meet the stringent standards of Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). CSA wire has been certified to meet the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) requirements.
Is UL better than ETL?
None. Aside from the body that issues the listing, there is absolutely no difference between a UL listing and an ETL listing. Because Intertek ETL tests products to previously published UL Standards for Safety, products marked as ETL Listed meet exactly the same criteria as those marked UL Listed or UL Recognized.