ETL of Canada

What is the Canada ETL Listed Mark?

Thomas Edison founded  the Lamp Testing Bureau to test safety of light bulbs in 1896. Later it was renamed in Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL), which was expanded to provide testing for Standards for Safety for a wide variety of electrical products and electronics components.

The ETL Listed Mark is proof that these product has been tested independent institution and meets the Canada applicable published standard.

The ETL Listed Mark and C-ETL listed Mark are accepted throughout United States and Canada when denoting compliance with nationally recognized standards such as ANSL, IEC, UL and CSA. If the mark includes a small "c" or/and "us" it means this item in compliance with product safety standards of Canada or/and United States 

ETL is currently a division of Intertek Testing Laboratories. Intertek ETL is, like UL, an OSHA recognized NRTL. If Ul publish  their own standards, ETL does not publish their own standards. EtL test parts and components to the published standards of other NRTLs, including ASME, ASTM, and, of course, UL.

Products that are ETL Listed have been tested at an ETL laboratory and found to meet all applicable Standards for Safety published by relevant NRTLs.

ETL of Canada  http://www.intertek.com/marks/etl/

CSA  https://store.csagroup.org/

IP44, IP64, IP65 rated - http://www.dsmt.com/resources/ip-rating-chart/

6000k  5000k  4000k  3000k  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_temperature

High energy efficiency      http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/efficiency

Energy Star rated

Canada Electrical Code   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Electrical_Code

6000k  5000k  4000k  3000k

DLC listed: holds DLC qualification for maximum potential rebate.