ALT—the first LED manufacturer that acquires Taiwan CNS Mark in the world
Aug 6, 2010 After acquiring UL, CE, FCC, ETL, and TUV international safety certifications, Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) continues the challenge to obtain the Chinese National Standards (CNS) Mark. ALT has announced that by August 2010, the company will have acquired the CNS 15233 Mark, which is the toughest mark to get in the world. ALT will become the first high power LED lighting manufacturer with the CNS 15233 Mark verified by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology & Inspection (BSMI).
In 2008 BSMI announced “Fixtures of roadway lighting with light emitting diode lamps” national standards (as known as CNS 15233) for streetlight. BSMI published the examination of CNS Mark and encouraged all manufacturers to take this inspection to establish a uniform standard for the LED industry.The inspection has a long examination period and a complex procedure. The failure rate is higher than any other safety certification in the world. It doesn’t accept any international safety certification statistic as a reference.
The whole inspection will be verified by the ITRI, the most renowned examination institute in Taiwan. ITRI also claims that the difference between other international safety certification and CNS Mark is that manufacturers with CNS Mark have to be randomly inspected by BSMI every year. Specialists assure that this system is better than the “one-time international safety inspection” structure.
Author: BIO T&T
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