DesignLights Consortium™ (DLC) is a voluntary certification initiative that tests the energy efficiency performance of commercial LED technologies in three areas: distribution, color, and longevity/stress. Energy rebate programs offered by local distribution companies are often based on an LED company’s ability to meet or exceed DLC standards. Rimikon’s extra low voltage LED panels have received DLC certification.
UL is a global independent safety science company dedicated to promoting safe living and working environments. For over a 100 years, it has innovated safety solutions that include breakthroughs in renewable energy, sustainability and nanotechnology. UL standards function as a benchmark that enables consumers and businesses to feel confident about the products and services they purchase.
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) is an independent product safety testing, certification and inspection organization that specializes in developing standards for and evaluating products related to fire, life safety and security, crime prevention, environmental safety, and workplace safety. For the past 90 years, all levels of government, consumers, retailers, and insurers have relied on ULC to identify which products have earned its trusted symbol of safety.
ENERGY STAR is a voluntary American program designed to promote and identify energy efficient products and buildings. Businesses whose products meet the ENERGY STAR standard help to reduce energy consumption, improve energy security, and reduce pollution. Consumers select items with the ENERGY STAR label knowing that the superior energy efficiency of these products helps them save money and protect the climate.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent government agency that oversees technological innovation and regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable. Obtaining the FCC certification assures consumers that the product complies with strict FCC standards.