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ETL Listed Mark approval for Eagle Eye level lite

Product compliant with all applicable North American safety standards.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 30, 2013

Flow-Rite has announced that its Eagle Eye line of sensors has received ETL approval. According to Rick Mavrakis, executive vice president for Flow-Rite, the original design did not need to be altered to be accepted and featured with the ETL Listed Mark.

ETL approval conforms to ANSI/UL Std. 61010-1 and Cert. to CAN/CSA Std. C22 No. 61010-1. The ETL product safety certification program includes the same testing, listing, labeling, and follow-up inspection services as competing certification marks (such as UL, CSA, and others), and their lab is accredited by the same organizations, agencies, and regulatory bodies.

The ETL Listed Mark is proof of product compliance (electrical, gas and other safety standards) to North American safety standards. Authorities Having jurisdiction (AHJ’s) in 50 states and Canada and retailers accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product safety.

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