Oldy, but a goody, if you have trouble soldering your PL259 UHF connectors. This is a .wmv video, so it should play well in windows medial player, etc.
FCC agreed to a $61,000 fine to Liantronics, LLC for marketing LED signs that were not FCC approved.
Failure to certify LED signs and displays can lead to radio interference.
Read the FCC .pdf statement here.
Link to a video found on facebook.
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April 26, 2018, the FCC issued a $22,000 fine to a company that was using a cellphone jammer in its warehouse.
The company said it was operating the jammer to keep the employees from yakking on their cellphone instead of doing their jobs.
The .pdf official FCC document is here.
chinese manufactured Mizco charging stations recalled; risk of fire & burns.
“re-fuel by DIGIPOWER” is printed on each power bank. Item number RF-TRIP is printed on the bottom of the charging station.
Full details at the CSPC website.
GTC halogen light bulbs can shatter while in use in a lamp or light fixture, posing laceration and fire hazards to consumers.
The tops of the bulbs read “GTC” and include the wattage and lumens values. The bulbs are packaged in blue and red cardboard boxes that read: “GTC NATURAL LIGHT” across the top, along with the wattage and color of the bulb.
The coomplete list of model numbers and bar-code numbers is here on the CSPC website.
The power can stay on when the safety switch handle is in the “OFF” position, posing an electrical shock or electrocution hazard to consumers.
The website Technewsworld.com has an article about an ‘inadvertent’ installation of keystroke logger pre-installed on new HP laptop computers.