Lighting Standards: What Do They Mean?

 

Certifications are often useful in your product decision-making method as they relate to product safety, testing, warranty, durability, and alternative vital details. Currently customers will be able to obtain confidently that a product suits your specific desires.

 

There are some lighting standards, you have to follow when you buy a product:

 

Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS): RoHS Compliant

Warranties

Lifetime Warranty

CE: Meets European health, safety, and environmental standards

UL Listed: Safety and environmental certification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) LLC

UL Classified: Safety and environmental classification from Underwriters Laboratories (UL) LLC

DLC: Listed as a quality, energy-efficient product by the DesignLights® Consortium (DLC®)

DOT Approved: Approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT)

SAE: Follows guidelines set forth by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

SAE International Class 1: Classified for use as emergency vehicle lighting by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

ISA Approved: Approved by the International Solid-State Lighting Alliance (ISA)

ETL Listed: An ETL-Listed product meets national safety standards

IP (Ingress Protection) Rating:

IP65

IP66

IP67

 

There are so many lighting standard which have to followed by product and Company