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UL Warns of Potentially Hazardous Portable Luminaires (Release 19PN-17)

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October 15, 2019

 

NORTHBROOK, Ill., October 15, 2019 - The following is a notification from UL that the portable

luminaire identified below may pose a fire and shock hazard if used with a 40 W Type B Incandescent light bulb as marked on the luminaire. The luminaire should only be used with a 5W SBLED bulb. A 5W SBLED bulb is included with the luminaire.

The luminaire is marked “Use Max 40 W Type B lamp”; however, it does not comply with UL’s safety Standards when used with a 40 W lamp.

Name of Product: Portable Luminaire, Model 2752921

Manufacturer: SAM INTERNATIONAL

Hazard: The portable luminaire can overheat posing a fire and shock hazard if used with a 40W Type B Incandescent light bulb.

Remedy: UL recommends that you only use this product with a 5W SBLED bulb.

Identification on the Products:

The portable luminaires bear an UL Certification Mark and the following:

Model Number: 2752921

 

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E194404

PORTABLE LUMINAIRE

USE MAX 40W TYPE B LAMP

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Known to be distributed and sold by: www.westelm.com in USA, and may have been sold by others.

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UL Warns of Potentially Hazardous Portable Luminaires (Release 19PN-17)

The following is a notification from UL that the portable luminaire identified below may pose a fire and shock hazard.

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