FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you have specific questions about Linrose Electronics’ services or just want to learn more about how we operate, check out the answers to these frequently asked questions. Feel free to contact us if you still want to know more!
Linrose Electronics solely sells our products through our network of local distributors. However, you can still purchase our products if you don’t have one near you. Simply give us a call and we’ll recommend a distributor that offers online ordering. After you place your order, we’ll drop ship it from our warehouse to you. It is also possible for international customers and the U.S. government to buy from us directly, depending on the circumstances.
Our number one goal is getting you the correct parts as soon as you need them. We recommend you contact your local Linrose Electronics distributor to place an order. You can either have it shipped to their location or have a drop shipment order placed for your address. If you choose the latter, the order will be delivered by UPS.
The UL Listing Mark: Distinguishes products that have met all of UL’s safety requirements, which are based on their Standards for Safety.
The UR Mark: Indicates that the product is RoHS compliant.
The CE Mark: For industrial products to be marketed in Europe, they must bear the CE mark. This mark ensures these products meet the European Commission’s standards for healthy, safety, and the environment.
The CSA Mark: Established the Canadian Standards Association, this mark is often regarded as equivalent to the UL mark. It ensures the product fulfills all requirements for public safety.
The RoHS Mark: Signifies that it’s in full accordance with RoHS (Restrictive of Hazardous Substances) regulations.
IP Rating: Also known as an Ingress Protection rating, this two digit number was created by the International Electro Technical Commission. The first number represents the product’s protection against ingress of solid objects, while the second stands for the protection against ingress of liquids.
NEMA Types: Developed by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, these types signify the different types of electrical enclosures that are used. They protect enclosures from environmental factors that could affect them and create safer working conditions.
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