Electrical Line RSS Feed UL Warns of Potentially Hazardous Fluorescent Ballasts (Release 12PN-08)

    March 26, 2012 – UL is notifying Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs), electrical contractors and consumers that the fluorescent ballasts identified below may pose a fire hazard. The products do not comply with UL's safety requirements for the United States or Canada.

    Name of Product:
    Fluorescent Ballasts, Model/Cat.No: DBAG-13P2C and SY-213HPF

    Number of Units: 1300

    Manufacturer:

    TDC Power Products Co. Ltd.
    TAIPEI HSIEN
    221 TAIWAN

    Date of Manufacture: 2003

    Hazard: The fluorescent ballast may overheat posing a risk of fire.

    Identification:              

    On the product (Model No. DBAG-13P2C):

    TDC Power
    Model No. DBAG-13P2C
    120VAC 60Hz 0.30Amp
    Type 1 Class P, CFL
    High power factor
    For (2) PL-13W Lamps
    TDC Power Products Co. Ltd. 01

    E181948
    5G01

    On the product (Cat. No. SY-213HPF):

    Symban
    CAT. NO.: SY-213HPF
    120VAC 60Hz 0.30Amp
    Type 1 Class P, CFL
    For (2) PL-13W Lamps
    High power factor
    MODEL NO: DBAG-13P2C


    E181948
    5G01

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