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Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Mike from Canada, Apr 24, 2012.
Hi guys, anyone try Volts' LED fixtures and lamps yet? Any feedback would be appreciated
I've installed many of the Infiniti 20 and 30 spots. No problems, no complaints, no issues. I'm happy with their performance thus far.
I have a few in the field for tests and all are working great so far.
Hey Mike from Canada, this is James from Canada. I don't want to appear to be beating a horse to death on this issue... BUT ... As far as I know VOLT fixtures do not carry the necessary electrical listings for use here in Canada (or in the USA for that matter). Now it has been some time since I last checked in with Alan at Volt, so that may have changed recently. You must ensure that all of your lighting fixtures and components are properly listed for the application. The ESA will be after you if you don't. Acceptable listings include CSA, ULc, cETL and cTUVus.
Better to be safe than sorry, and you certainly don't want to be hassled with a stop work order or infraction charges by the ESA.