NORTHBROOK, Ill., Jan. 15, 2013 /CNW/ - The following is a notification
from UL to consumers, retailers, manufacturers, regulatory agencies and
Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) that the communications cable
identified below bears a counterfeit UL Mark for the United States and
may pose a fire hazard. The communications cable has not been evaluated
by UL to the appropriate Standard for Safety for the United States, and
is not authorized to bear the UL Mark or any reference to UL.
Name of Product: Communications Cable, Type CMR
Hazard: This communications cable is missing required flame retardant elements.
This may cause an increased risk of fire.
Identification: On the cable: The surface of the cable jacket displays the following description:
CMR TYPE 4PR 24AWG 75C (UL) E151955-A CSA LL79189 ETL VERIFIED
TIA/EIA-568-B.2 CAT 5E UTP 350 MHZ PATCH CABLE B-8A1004 ROHS COMPLIANT
Identification: On the box:
UL ETL IECQ
Known to be sold at: WWW.OVERSTOCK.COM may have been sold at other locations.
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