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ADT Engineering Lab in Boca Raton, Fla., tests every device that ADT installs for evertything from voltage to heat to compatibililty.
CE Pro Editors · May 24, 2021
UL has issued a warning related to a specific Cat 5E cable made by Claritronix after discovering the product fails to meet the flammability requirements of UL testing in the United States and Canada.
Andrew Nichols · April 01, 2021
UL, a global safety science company, and the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), an association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, have launched the SPIRE Smart Building Program. Designed to provide a comprehensive and objective assessment and rating program for smart buildings, SPIRE was created in a partnership between the two organizations. The initative […]
Robert Archer · September 29, 2020
Sticking with a single wireless protocol and avoiding integrated security will stifle your smart door lock sales and and hurt your profits.
CE Pro Editors · February 21, 2020
As new laws in California and Oregon are set to take effect, the UL IoT Safety Rating System offers manufacturers 7 categories of test specifications.
Jason Knott · December 19, 2019
EPV Screens’ new PolarMax Aerie Tension Screen is ISF, GREENGUARD and UL certified, and the company’s latest motorized screen product also mounts in the ceiling to hide from eyesight when not in use.
Robert Archer · July 26, 2019
Who should set standards for human-centered (circadian) lighting? Illuminating Engineering Society blasts UL for publishing Recommended Practice “without the full rigor of an ANSI approved Standard.”
Julie Jacobson · May 28, 2019
TruSense technology enables Kidde smoke alarms to meet new UL 217 safety standard for distinguishing real fires from harmless smoke.
Lisa Montgomery · May 20, 2019
UL Technology & Security director Andrew Jamieson says the world doesn’t need another IT security standard but does need cybersecurity oversight of IoT devices. He provides an update on UL’s Cybersecurity Assurance Program (CAP).
Rodney Bosch · April 19, 2019
Application-based power management and surge suppression solutions can be difficult to decipher. What is real and what is hype?
Robert Archer · April 04, 2019