Lighting Industry Association supports testing in Europe

The Lighting Industry Association, LED

The Lighting Industry Association’s new state-of-the-art 1160 m2 purpose-built laboratories have won a bid to undertake testing as part of LightingEurope’s compliant-lighting initiative. The objective of the initiative is to support the placing of compliant lighting products on the European market through effective market surveillance, safe and good-quality lighting products for consumers in Europe — as well as a level playing field and fair competition for industry players.

A significant number of lighting products, including those from LightingEurope members, are being tested on behalf of the initiative by various independent test laboratories in Europe — including the LIA laboratories.

the LIA’s laboratories are purpose designed and ready to meet the global lighting industry’s practical testing and certification requirements and will be putting LED lamps from producers, importers or other label owners through their paces, covering safety, photometric performance and life testing compliance, as part of this initiative.

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