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UL is a premier global safety science company with more than 100 years of history. Employing more than 6,800 professionals in over 96 countries, UL has five distinct business units � Product Safety, Environment, Life & Health, Verification Services and University � to the meet the expanding needs of our clients and to deliver on our public safety mission. Additional information about UL can be found at UL.com/lighting.

UL LLC

 •  December 5, 2017

Appendix of these certificates. “Being recognized as an approved partner lab for automotive OEMs is an important milestone to further position UL in the automotive testing supply chain. Our long history of global testing, inspection and certification in traditional applications has provided the foundation to expand into new areas such as Automotive...

UL LLC

 •  November 10, 2017

Supporting small and low volume manufacturers bring their products to market easily. UL is excited to announce the new Limited Production Program for Lighting. Understanding the unique challenges small and low volume manufactures may have, UL has created the Limited Production Program for Lighting to better align with small scale production models...

UL LLC

 •  November 7, 2017

First made by ancient Egyptians to direct travelers, early signs were rudimentary road markers made of sticks and stones. Later, the Romans baked clay to form terra cotta street numbers and directional markers. By the middle ages, signs were used to identify one’s trade, the wares they sold and the villages local watering hole. King Richard III of...

UL LLC

 •  November 2, 2017

In support of this wellness movement, UL Environment, a division of UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.), a global safety science leader, announced today it has developed the first certification program that helps demonstrate a product’s contribution to requirements in the WELL Building Standard, a program advancing health and wellbeing in buildings...

UL LLC

 •  October 12, 2017

In support of this wellness movement, UL Environment, a division of UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.), a global safety science leader, announced today it has developed the first certification program that verifies products’ compliance with the WELL Building Standard, a program advancing health and wellbeing in buildings globally. UL’s Wellness...

UL LLC

 •  August 30, 2017

“These breathing gas pathway medical devices come into contact with people at a particularly vulnerable point and time. As a result, it’s critical that these devices offer minimal exposure to potentially harmful VOCs. GREENGUARD Certification for Medical Devices empowers manufacturers with data and information that allow them to help ensure the...

UL LLC

 •  August 15, 2017

Name of Product: Communications Cable, Type CMP Manufacturer: Nantong Lianxin Wire & Cable Co. Ltd. Hazard: The communications cable does not meet the flammability requirements of the safety standard which may cause an increased risk of fire. Identification on the Cable: The surface of the cable jacket displays the following: LOGICO E328429 CMP...

UL LLC

 •  July 31, 2017

Name of Product: LED Lamps, Models TL T8 16W 85-277V and TL T5 26W 85-277V Identification on the Product: The products are marked with a counterfeit UL Mark and the following: For Model TL T8 16W 85-277V: ThinkLite 3500K 2015/11 TL T8 16W 85-277V ThinkLite CE FCC RoHS For Model TL T5 26W 85-277V: Thinklite CE FCC RoHS Thinklite 5000K 201606 TLT5...

UL LLC

 •  July 18, 2017

Driven by advanced technologies and the consumer’s demand for 24/7 connectivity, 55 percent of new vehicle sales will include an array of connected services and technologies—navigation, diagnostics, infotainment and safety. Connectivity allows a driver to receive not only a variety of information such as road conditions and road closures but 4G...

UL LLC

 •  July 5, 2017

Name of Product: Direct Replacement LED Tube, Model: ZY-T8-18W1200 BIXX Units: Approximately 1000 Manufacturer: James Industry Group LLC Date of Manufacture: 2014 Hazard: Product may overheat or cause the fluorescent ballast to overheat, posing a potential fire hazard. Identification: On the product: The product bears an unauthorized UL...