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#74693 - 02/01/07 03:36 PM C.S.A No longer?
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This is kind if a Canadian thing but something came up in conversation that kind of puzzled me and threw out a few "red Flags".. My Co-Worker was told by an employee of " the big Orange" that all the fixtures on display do not always bear a "CSA" Certification, and that its now A "C-UL" stamping instead.
Maybe I am out of the loop but I never heard of that, and some of the fixtures I have seen that were purrchased there did not look too safe, at least in my eyes.

Anyone else hear of that?
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#74694 - 02/01/07 03:58 PM Re: C.S.A No longer?
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C-UL has been recognized here in British Columbia for quite a few years now For certification of Electrical Equip. I will try and find a link to all the acceptable testing labs.

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#74695 - 02/01/07 04:20 PM Re: C.S.A No longer?
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These are the accepted certification marks for Ontario.

http://www.esainspection.net/GeneralPublic/epa_002B.php?s=19

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#74696 - 02/02/07 03:52 PM Re: C.S.A No longer?
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#74697 - 02/03/07 02:51 AM Re: C.S.A No longer?
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This thread should really be in the Canadian Electrical Area.
However I think that only Bill can move it.
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