Since February 29 this year, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Innocage, Inc. announced that on the domestic Discovery Kids (TM) Animated Marine lamps and lights a voluntary recall of Safari.
The light from July 2009 to January 2010 sales in the USA, priced at 10 dollars / pcs. The number of recalled products is about 360,000. Reason for the recall, the lighting printed circuit board easily short-circuit, there is a fire and burn the user's risk. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission advised consumers to immediately stop using the recalled lamps. Contact with the Innovage return and full refund.
Shenzhen Institute of Standards and Technology under the technical trade measures to detect the results of the Institute, this year, China's LED products only in Europe and the United States market has suffered since 9 Leisi event. Yesterday, Shenzhen Institute of Standards and Technology technical trade measures Zai Meng Li, deputy director of the Institute to accept the Shenzhen Chinese Commercial News reporters Cai Fang and Shi Biaoshi, for LED's core patented technology has always been European, American and Japanese manufacturers monopoly, many Chinese enterprises in overseas experience patent litigation, and the majority end up in settlement of compensation.
Information from Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau shows that the first half of this year, Shenzhen's exports of the EU recalled lamps in communications, LED lighting accounts for Jinsi Cheng, technical trade barriers to industrial development which has become a major obstacle. Shenzhen is now the world's major production base for LED lighting, backlight production base, production base of the display. But the core technology is in Europe, America, Japan and vendor monopolies, LED industry, existing and potential foreign technical trade barriers, so that poor export channels.
The first half of this year, Shenzhen Inspection and Quarantine Bureau organized the "impact of technical barriers to trade foreign enterprises in Shenzhen," survey the reality has more than 3 percent of export enterprises by the impact of foreign technical trade barriers, the direct loss of billions of dollars, bringing its business far more than the loss of anti-dumping, countervailing, tariffs and other barriers to market access.