Yes, many of LUMI’s products carry the UL Certification Mark. UL is a global leader in safety certifications and the UL MARK is the most accepted Certification Mark in the United States.
LUMI is one of the few manufacturers that operate an in-house UL Witness Test Data Lab (see below for more information). This allows us to perform safety testing on-premises for designs that we are creating for the general market and for our OEM/ODM customers. Having the ability to pre-test provides our customer with the confidence in knowing the product being developed meets quality standards prior to applying for formal certification.
Examples of models that carry the UL Mark include the following Series: LDA05-220/221/222/22A, LDA07-223L/443L, LED02, LP22, LPA17, ELF/ELT/EAT1, EAT2, LED-09, LPA20, LPA16, LPA17 , LPA19, LP22-44F/44T, LPA26 , LP27-44F/44T.
Investigations of products by UL typically involve testing of product samples. While UL maintains extensive test facilities, customers can also utilize their own or third-party test facilities. Through UL’ s Witness Test Data Program (WTDP) tests may be conducted at customer or third-party test facilities under the supervision of UL personnel. LUMI’s standard laboratory has officially acquired UL Witness Test Data Program (UL WTDP) lab certification by the end of 2011. In other words, the laboratory, physical resources, equipment, personnel and procedures that LUMI adopts are equivalent to what should be used in UL’s own laboratories.
Yes, many of LUMI’s products carry the TUV GS Certification Mark. Examples of models that carry the TUV GS Mark include the following Series: PF-4, LCD-101/102/103, LDA05, LDA03, LCD14, LCD15, LED02, PLB-33/34/40/41/42/43, LPA13, LPA17, ELF/ELT/EAT1, LDA01, EAT2, LED-09, LPA16, LPA19.
All of LUMI mounting solutions are VESA Compliant and carry the Official VESA Mounting Compliant Seal. Being VESA compliant indicates that our mounts are engineered in accordance with the Flat Display Mounting Interface (FDMI) Standard also known as the Mounting Interface Standard (MIS) as developed by the VESA Organization. The VESA standard defines the dimensions of a display’s four-hole attachment interface and the screws used to fit those holes. It also dictates the placement of the hole pattern found on the back of the display. VESA standard hole pattern mounts have the exact hole patterns of the TV already built into them. Common VESA standard hole patterns are as follows:
The mounting holes in the back of a TV and the TV weight determines the exact mount that will fit a TV. LUMI suggests that the consumer determine the weight and mounting hole distance of their TV prior to selecting a suitable mount.
VESA Hole Patterns
Recommended TV Size
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