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October 16th, 2018
Lumen Insights Issue 3 2018

Find our latest newsletter at the resource link below. Stay in the know with real time Lighting Industry updates from UL. Lumen Insights is a quarterly newsletter delivering key insights on energy efficiency, performance, reliability, safety and sustainability lighting trends, standards, regulations, UL solutions and more. In this Issue: A Letter from Roberto Inclinati Upcoming… read more

October 16th, 2018
Lumen Insights Issue 3 2018

Find our latest newsletter at the resource link below. Stay in the know with real time Lighting Industry updates from UL. Lumen Insights is a quarterly newsletter delivering key insights on energy efficiency, performance, reliability, safety and sustainability lighting trends, standards, regulations, UL solutions and more. In this Issue: A Letter from Roberto Inclinati Upcoming… read more

October 10th, 2018
Standards Corner – Issue 3 2018

By Joe Musso, Standards Program Manager Click here for standards information Sign up for “What’s New” to receive e-mails twice a month indicating the new published UL Standards, Outlines, and Proposals. UL 48 – Electric Signs Several new proposals were circulated to the STP for preliminary review. One proposal addresses sign constructions employing receptacles providing… read more

October 10th, 2018
South Korea: Elimination of Period of Validity of Foreign Test Reports on Electrical Appliances (KC Mark)

By: Jane Kim– South Korea Regulatory Program Expert Based on Notification No. 2018-193 from the National Institute of Standards and Technology: The period of validity for foreign test reports (previously 3 years for CB Test Reports and Certificates) has been eliminated for electrical appliances. The effective date of this notification was  July 1, 2018. The… read more

October 10th, 2018
Singapore: New Energy Efficiency Labeling Requirements for Lamps & Ballasts

By: Chian Haw YONG, ASEAN Global Market Access Lead ​Singapore National Environmental Agency (NEA) announced the following new requirements: 1. Raise MEPS for non-directional incandescent lamps (25-200W) 2. In addition to Tungsten filament, Tungsten halogen, CFL with integrated ballast (CFLi in NEA) and LED, which are lamps currently regulated, starting August 1, 2019, NEA will additionally… read more

October 10th, 2018
China: EMC Standard Update for Lighting Products

By: Daniel Chen, Greater China Program Manager The applicable EMC standards for Lighting CCC Approvals, GB/T17743-2017: Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment (IDT CISPR 15:2015), was officially released on December 29, 2017, with an effective date of July 1, 2018.  This replaces the previous edition: GB/T… read more

October 10th, 2018
Argentina: New Minimum Energy Efficiency Class for Lamps

By: Ariel Amandi – Argentina Regulatory Program Expert The Argentine Ministry of Energy issued Disposition No. 4/2018, which defines the new minimum energy efficiency (EE) level for lamps to be required starting July 1, 2019. This EE level corresponds to Class A as defined in standards: IRAM 62404-1:2014, for halogen lamps IRAM 62404-2:2015, for self-ballasted… read more

September 19th, 2018
Top 10 Reasons to Buy a UL Goniophotometer

We know you need more than just a piece of equipment, so we’ve arranged our business to add value to yours, beyond what other equipment suppliers do. We invest in relationships for the long term, not for a sale. We believe that making a difference in the world starts with making our customers successful. It’s… read more

July 17th, 2018
Lumen Insights Issue 2 2018

Find our latest newsletter at the resource link below. Stay in the know with real time Lighting Industry updates from UL. Lumen Insights is a quarterly newsletter delivering key insights on energy efficiency, performance, reliability, safety and sustainability lighting trends, standards, regulations, UL solutions and more. In this Issue: A New Dedicated Standard for Flashlights… read more

July 16th, 2018
UL Sign Industry Business Panel Recap

The UL Sign Industry Business Panel (UL-SIBP) is a collaborative forum between UL and the major US sign associations, including the International Sign Association (ISA); the United States Sign Council Foundation (USSCF); and World Sign Associates (WSA). The panel holds regular meetings with the goal of promoting requirements, certification and education programs that keep-up with… read more