UL Warns of Counterfeit Safety Mark on Chinese LED Tube Lights

UL, a global independent safety science company, has issued a notification to consumers and retailers that the LED Tube Light identified below bears a counterfeit UL Mark for the U.S. This LED tube light has not been evaluated by UL to any Standards for Safety and it is unknown if this LED tube light complies with any safety requirements.

Name of Product: LED Tube Light, WT8A-16W

Manufacturer:  Fujian Wanban Optoelectronic Technology Co. Ltd., China

Identification:  The counterfeit UL Mark appears on the product and packaging with the markings below.

On the product:

WT8A-16W-WW

 (UL in a circle)

220V 60HZ

On the packaging:

LED Tube Light    WT8A-16W

(UL in a circle)

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