UL Warns of Counterfeit UL Mark on USB Power Supply (Release 13PN-54)

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Feb. 28, 2014 /CNW/ - The following is a notification from UL that the USB power supply Model A1265 identified below bears a counterfeit UL Mark for the United States and Canada. This USB power supply has not been evaluated by UL to any Standards for Safety and it is unknown if it complies with any safety requirements.

Note that the Model A1265 with the counterfeit UL Mark is similar to a Model A1265 that is authorized to bear the UL Mark. The counterfeit USB power supply Model A1265 is marked "Designed by Happy in trauel" and "Happy China", which are different than the authorized model which is marked "Designed by Apple in California" and "Apple Japan."

Name of Product: Model A1265

Identification: On the product: This power supply bears a counterfeit UL Listing Mark and the markings below.

Designed by Happy in trauel


Model No.: A1265 Made in China


Input: 100-240V~ 50/60Hz 0.15A


Output: 5V 1A


cULus

54PT

Flextronics

E233466

Happy China

ITE


Power Supply

CAUTION: For use With infor-

mation technology equipment.


Photograph of the product and packaging can be viewed at www.ul.com/newsroom.

Sold at: Known to have been previously sold at AliExpress.com and may have been sold at other locations.

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Michelle Press
Marketing Manager
UL
T: 1 847-664-1966
E: Michelle.Press@ul.com
Release No. 13PN-54

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