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SMARTCOINBOXES ECW682 AND ECD137 ARE ETL SAFETY CERTIFIED TO CSA STANDARD 22.2 NO. 128 WITH FILE NUMBER 5009104

This Mark is accepted by Electrical, Fire and Property Insurance Inspectors.

As a commitment to Product Safety, our manufacturing base in Scarborough, Ontario CANADA is regulated and periodically inspected by ETL inspectors.



Intertek's ETL Listed Mark – demonstrate compliance to the requirements of widely accepted product safety standards, as determined through independent testing and periodic follow-up inspections by an NRTL.

Intertek's ETL Mark was born into a culture of innovation. ... The ETL Mark is proof of product compliance to North American safety standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction(AHJs) and code officials across the US and Canada accept the ETL Listed
Mark as proof of product compliance to published industry standards.

ETL is currently a division of Intertek Testing Laboratories. Intertek ETL is, like UL or CSA, an OSHA recognized NRTL, Unlike UL or CSA, ETL does not publish their own standard, instead, they test parts and components to the published standards of other NRTL's, including ASME, ASTM and of course CSA and UL.

Products that are ETL Listed have been tested at an ETL laboratory and found to meet all applicable Standards for Safety published by relevant NRTL's.




Difference between CSA or UL and ETL Listing?

None. Aside from the body that issues the listing, there is absolutely no difference between UL / CSA listing and as ETL listing.

Because Intertek ETL tests products to previously published UL-CSA Standards for Safety, products marked as ETL listed meet exactly the same criteria as those marked UL or CSA Listed or Recognized