What Does 'UL-Listed' Mean and Why Is It Important?

David Vargas

what does ul-listed mean and why is it important

If you’ve ever browsed through our AccuBANKER bill counters or counterfeit detectors and noticed a “UL-Listed” emblem on some of our products, you’ve probably wondered what UL is.

accubanker counterfeit detectors with ul-listed emblem
The LED420 and LED430 are just a few of our products that are UL-Listed

UL, short for Underwriters Laboratories, is a company that revolves around testing the safety and security of consumer products. From their website:

“UL helps companies demonstrate safety, confirm compliance, enhance sustainability, manage transparency, deliver quality and performance, strengthen security, protect brand reputation, build workplace excellence, and advance societal wellbeing. ”

When our products are branded with a “UL-Listed” emblem, it means they’ve gone through rigorous testing to make sure that they are ultimately safe to use and consumer-friendly.

Why Go The Extra Step?

The reason we try to certify our products with a “UL-Listed” is first and foremost, to protect you. Although rare, there have been cases of defective products across all industries leading to injury or even death. We want to make sure that when you operate our AccuBANKER products, the last thing you have to worry about is your safety.

While AccuBANKER is diligent in its inspection of its products, having a second set of eyes never hurts. Especially when those second sets specialize in product safety and security.

If you want to read more about what UL is all about, make sure to visit their website and read up more about them.



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