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Why do you see this '''backwards RU''' mark on components? It's given by '''Underwriters Laboratories''' to indicate a component has met their quality standards. It's the equivalent of the '''UL''' mark applied to the outside of a complete product (TV, refrigerator, blender, etc.) The '''backwards-R U''' is for components that make up a complete product. Normally, a consumer or end user would not see the '''RU''' mark.
 
Why do you see this '''backwards RU''' mark on components? It's given by '''Underwriters Laboratories''' to indicate a component has met their quality standards. It's the equivalent of the '''UL''' mark applied to the outside of a complete product (TV, refrigerator, blender, etc.) The '''backwards-R U''' is for components that make up a complete product. Normally, a consumer or end user would not see the '''RU''' mark.
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backwards-R U

Latest revision as of 11:13, 23 September 2015


Why do you see this backwards RU mark on components? It's given by Underwriters Laboratories to indicate a component has met their quality standards. It's the equivalent of the UL mark applied to the outside of a complete product (TV, refrigerator, blender, etc.) The backwards-R U is for components that make up a complete product. Normally, a consumer or end user would not see the RU mark.

keywords (also known as hashtags by today's youth)

backwards-R U