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Certification Marks for Lighting Products

Time:2021-03-22  /  Read:62

Lighting product certification means that the product meets specific standards (such as safety, energy efficiency, performance, health and environmental protection standards). The following are some of the important lighting product certifications in the international market and a brief description:

 

Title

Description

Marks

 

 

UL/cUL

The UL  mark means products carrying the mark have been tested and evaluated by the Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL), and UL determines the products comply with UL's requirements with regards to specific risk, e.g., casualty, fire, etc., performance under specific conditions, compliance with regulatory codes and specified standards, or any other conditions as determined by UL. All of the products carrying these marks are covered by UL’s Follow-Up Services program to determine that they continue to be manufactured in compliance with UL’s requirements.

 

 

ETL/cETL

Intertek's ETL Listed Mark demonstrates compliance to the requirements of widely accepted product safety standards, as determined through independent testing and periodic follow-up inspections by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). Inspectors, code officials and Authorities Having Jurisdiction recognize and accept the ETL Mark as proof of product compliance throughout North America as well as other parts of the world. Retail buyers accept it on products they're sourcing.

        

 

CSA

The CSA mark demonstrates that a product has been rigorously tested to applicable standards. These include standards written or administered by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), CSA Group (CSA), NSF International (NSF), and other North American and global organizations. The CSA marking scheme is operated by the Canadian Standards Association.

             

 

CE

The CE mark indicates conformity with health, safety, and environmental protection standards for products marketed and distributed in the European Economic Area (EEA) region. CE Marking on a product is a manufacturer’s declaration that a product complies with all the requirements from all the applicable directives and has undergone the relevant conformity assessment procedure. CE is an abbreviation of (French for "European Conformity").

      

 

 

CB

The CB Scheme, established the by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), is an international system for the mutual recognition and acceptance of test results and certificates dealing with the safety of electrical and electronic components, operating equipment and products. The IECEE CB scheme offers manufacturers a simpler way to obtain country-specific certificates around the world by accrediting the participating National Certification Bodies (NCBs) and their associated testing laboratories (CBTLs) to conduct complete testing and evaluation of the manufacturer's product with internationally harmonized product safety Standards and issue CB certificates and test reports.

 

   

 

GS

The Geprüfte Sicherheit ("Safety Tested") or GS mark is a voluntary certification mark that indicates the conformity of a product to the minimum requirements of the German Product Safety Act (a.k.a. ProdSG). The GS certification requires more stringent testing, to a level that exceeds the basic requirements for CE marking.

   

 

EAC

The Eurasian Conformity (EAC) mark is used to indicate products that meet all of the technical requirements of the Eurasian Customs Union, formerly Customs Union (CU). The single territory of the EAEU market is comprised of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia. The EAC mark was introduced in 2013 to replace the previous GOST-R and PCT national certification standards and marks.

              

 

CCC

The China Compulsory Certificate mark, commonly known as a CCC or 3C Mark, is a compulsory safety mark administered by the CNCA (Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People's Republic of China). The CCC marking is required for a variety of products imported, sold or used in the Chinese market. The China Quality Certification Center (CQC) is designated by CNCA to process CCC mark applications and defines the products that need CCC

       

 

BSMI

The BSMI mark is issued by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) of Taiwan. The BSMI certification process covers safety regulations, electromagnetic compatibility, and RoHS compliance.

     

 

 

INMETRO

Many products entering the Brazilian territory must carry the mandatory INMETRO mark along with the mark of the certification organization. These products include automotive components, electrical appliances, electrical equipment under Health Surveillance Scheme, LED lamps, medical devices and IVD equipment. The mark may also be used on a voluntary basis to indicate safety standards compliance as stipulated by INMETRO.

         

 

NOM

Many products entering the Brazilian territory must carry the mandatory INMETRO mark along with the mark of the certification organization. These products include automotive components, electrical appliances, electrical equipment under Health Surveillance Scheme, LED lamps, medical devices and IVD equipment. The mark may also be used on a voluntary basis to indicate safety standards compliance as stipulated by INMETRO.

   

 

VEEE

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) imposes the responsibility for the disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment on the manufacturers or distributors of such equipment in the European Union (EU).

     

 

S Mark

The S Mark indicates compliance with applicable safety standards which are mandatory in Argentina under the auspices of its standards body IRAM. The mandatory marking applies to electric and electronic products that operate between 50-1000 Vac, or 50-1500Vdc, and up to 63A and 5 kVA.

     

 

RoHS

The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS Directive) sets restrictions upon manufacturers as to the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment placed on the EU market. The RoHS II Directive requires that manufacturers conduct conformity assessment, prepare declarations of conformity and affix the CE mark to electrical and electronic equipment sold in Europe. Equipment bearing the CE mark is presumed to be in compliance with ROHS 2.

         

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