USA: FCC Urges to Compliance with the Rules for LED lighting equipment

Increased product tests revealed many violations

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States of America has recently published a letter to manufacturer and marketers of light-emitting diode (LED) signs.

It reminds LED sign marketers that these products have to be tested on RF limits and have to comply with the relevant FCC rules before placed on the market in the USA. Additionally, it has to be paid attention to the correct labeling.

The advisory was triggered by the recent test of 21 LED sign marketers whose products failed to comply with the relevant FCC rules.

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