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Schneider Electric E-Stop 30mm 9001SKR16

Schneider Electric has become aware of a manufacturing non-conformance involving the Plastic E-Stop 30mm 9001SKR16** units which may impact the use of the product. The metallic range 9001KR16** is NOT affected by this issue. Do not take any action involving the metallic range. Our internal analysis indicates if the torque (5-8 Ib.in / 0.6-0.9 Nm) […]

Eaton Recalls 30A General Duty 2 and 3 Pole Safety Switches

Non-conforming lugs may be present in Eaton manufactured 30A General Duty Safety Switches between 5/3/2016 and 7/19/2016. The non-conformity could result in death, serious personal injury or property damage, and Eaton has issued a product safety recall. The catalog numbers affected begin with the following sequences, and can be found at the top right of […]

Cree LED T8R Replacement Lamps Recalled

Cree has initiated a voluntary recall for Cree® LED T8R replacement lamps in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Cracked capacitors on the printed circuit board (PCB) may cause the lamp to overheat and drop from its fixture, posing a burn hazard. The recall involves Cree® LED T8R replacement lamps which were sold […]

Healthcare Lighting Recalls Undercabinet Fixtures

Healthcare Lighting has voluntarily recalled undercabinet fixtures supplied between June 2004 and February 2014. The affected fixture models include Spectra SF LED (HUC500), Spectra SF (HUC200), Quark OF (HUC100), Teron OF (HUC300), and Teron SF (HUC400) – and ONLY those sold with the Linking Connector (LX) option. The HUC500 recall applies ONLY to the model featuring […]

Lithonia Lighting Recalls Quantum ELM and ELM2 Circuit Boards

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Lithonia Lighting is voluntarily recalling solid green circuit boards used in Quantum® ELM and ELM2 incandescent fixtures supplied between March 2010 and February 2014. The fixture's circuit board can overheat and cause the fixture to melt, catch fire, and ignite nearby items, posing a fire and […]