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|etl listed wet||0.46||0.3||5249||3||14|
|etl listed wet||1.06||0.1||6165||64|
|etl listed website||0.87||0.5||2337||86|
Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) and code officials across the US and Canada accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product compliance to published industry standards. Retail buyers accept it on products they're sourcing. And every day, more and more consumers recognize it on products they purchase as a symbol of safety.What is the difference between UL listed and ETL listed?
Like UL, ETL tests to the same standards as all of the NRTLs and apply their ETL Listed mark to the products they test. Ultimately, there is little difference between UL and ETL (or any of the other participants in the NRTL program). SoAre UL rated lights suitable for wet locations?
Lighting fixtures that are UL listed for wet locations should indicate that on the packaging. These kinds of lamps are great for outdoor areas like uncovered porches, gazebos, outdoor walkways, showers, outdoor dining areas, etc. Anywhere where light fixtures could be exposed to water, rain, or heavy storms, will need wet location rated lamps.How do I know if my product is UL or ETL certified?
UL and ETL will need to see how your product is made. Wait for approval. When a product has been certified as meeting the UL or ETL standards, they will be permitted to use the official labels of each of these organizations.