Now Is The Time To Buy Your UL 2272 Certified Hoverboard!
What does it mean to be UL Listed?
UL Listed means that UL has tested represented samples of the product and determined that it meets UL’s Requirement’s These requirements are based primarily on UL’s published and nationally recognized Standard for Safety. References to UL and the UL listing may include the UL Listing Mark.” – Underwriter Laboratories.
UL is an international science safety company whose goal is to insure safety to consumer’s products.
If you have researched purchasing a hoverboard online, and are conscious about safety, then you have likely heard about the UL 2272 Certification that is now the industry standard for hoverboard safety. Underwriter Laboratories, a United States based safety organization, is in charge of testing various types of electronics to ensure they are safe for public consumption. UL has only certified a handful of hoverboard brands so far up until this point, and we are happy to report that we have UL 2272 Certified Hoverboards For Sale right now in our new product collection.
How Can I Tell If My Hoverboard Is UL Certified?
Not the warning sticker, but the shiny chrome sticker that says “UL” on it, and it will have a file number that you can look up on UL’s web site to verify that it is actually certified. That is the number one way to protect yourself when buying a hoverboard, make sure that it has at least a UL 1642 certification, which you can find with all of our GlideCraft brands on our online store. If you are ready to spend a little bit extra to guarantee the safety of your board, and you demand the newest safety certification then you can purchase your board from our UL 2272 Certified Stock today!
Tests Went Through
- Overcharge Test
- Short Circuit Test
- Over discharge Test
- Temperature Test (Determines the failure temperature of a product.)
- Imbalanced Charging Test
- Dielectric Voltage Test
- Isolation Resistance Test (Testing Isolation Transformer.)
- Vibration Test
- Shock Test
- Crash Test
- Drop Test
- Mold Stress Test
- Water Exposer Test
- Thermal Cycling Test (Testing the effects of extreme differential temperature change.)
- Label Performance Test (Comparing products against other leading brands.)
- Strain Relief Tests
- Motor Overload Test
- Motor Locked Rotor
- 20mm End Product Flame (Test that determines flame resistance)