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22 April 2013

Seoul Semiconductor qualifies for UL Witness Test Data Program for testing LEDs and modules

South Korean LED maker Seoul Semiconductor has achieved qualification for the UL Witness Test Data Program (WTDP), allowing it to conduct UL tests on LEDs and modules in its own laboratories, under the supervision of an engineer from Underwriters Laboratories.

Seoul Semiconductor says that this allows it to build on its foundation of manufacturing LED products such as Acrich, MJT, and nPola by adding in-house testing for the international standards that customers require. An added benefit of UL WTDP is speeding product introductions to global markets through the reduction in the time it takes to get the UL mark.

“We will continue to react quickly to the needs of the global LED lighting market as it rapidly grows by focusing on reinforcing our internal capabilities so we can quickly provide high-quality solutions for LED light sources as requested by our global customers,” says Jeong Min Yeong, chief of Seoul Semiconductor’s Reliability Team.

Seoul Semiconductor already holds certifications to ISO/IEC 17025 ‘General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories’ and ISO/TS 16949 ‘Quality Management Systems’ as well as being part of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s list of recognized laboratories for conducting LM-80 testing in order to meet ENERGY STAR requirements for solid-state lighting products.

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