L-com’s products are built with UL listed or recognized materials. Many of L-com’s products are made using UL Recognized bulk cable; however, this does not mean that the cable assembly itself is UL Recognized.
For additional information on our UL certifications, please reference http://www.l-com.com/content/QualityAssurance.html
More Info on UL
UL is a non-profit corporation founded by the insurance industry with the purpose of reducing insurance claims by imposing safety-related requirements on product designs. They publish a “Recognized Components Directory” of materials and products that have been accepted as safe for public use.
UL has two main classifications for products and materials designed and tested to meet UL standards:
1) UL Listed: Products intended to be field installed, like fuse boxes and switchboxes, appliances, extension cords, fire extinguishers, table lamps, etc., where untrained or lightly trained people are likely to do the installing, are subject to somewhat more stringent design and testing requirements and may be required to bear the label “UL Listed” or the UL symbol.
2) UL Recognized: Products intended to be used or installed by knowledgeable or skilled technicians in factories, laboratories, and other environments not normally accessible to the general public, are covered by UL’s Component Recognition Service. The product design requirements are somewhat different and field inspection at the factory level is reduced. Products accepted after UL testing may bear the UL Recognition symbol.