The DLC is pleased to release the final version of SSL Technical Requirements Version 5, which includes two policies: V5.0 and V5.1. Both policies are now published on the DLC website but have different effective dates. For more information on the transition to SSL Technical Requirements V5, view the V5 transition webpage.

DLC Violation Notices
December 13, 2019

VitLamps - December 13, 2019

The following is a notification from the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) that the product(s) listed below have been found to use the DLC logo or trademark without permission, or are referencing DLC qualification but are not listed on the Qualified Products List (QPL). The DLC does not verify any of the claims made by the manufacturer regarding product performance. The manufacturer and/or distributor has been notified of this logo violation and steps they need to take to resolve the issue(s). The full DLC Logo and Trademark Use Guidelines can be found on the DLC website.

Manufacturer:

VitLamps

Name of Product:

LED High Bay 100W (product code # 40110)
LED Corn Lights 150W (product code # 20170)
LED Wall Pack 70W (product code # 90460)
LED Area Light 300W (product code 71271)
LED Canopy 40W (product code # 10020)
LED Flood Light 20W (product code # 30620)

Recommendation to Utilities:

Please be aware that these product claims have not been evaluated or verified by the DLC and products noted are not listed on the QPL, and therefore should not be eligible for incentives.

When the DLC has confirmed that all issues have been resolved, this Logo Violation Notice will be marked as “Resolved” and will be archived in an aggregated list on the Logo Violation Notice archive web page.

About the DLC:

The DesignLights Consortium®(DLC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the widespread adoption of high-performing commercial lighting solutions. The DLC promotes the use of high-quality, energy-efficient products in collaboration with utilities and energy efficiency program members, manufacturers, lighting designers, and federal, state, and local entities.

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