The Super Slim LED Recessed Light allows for tight space installation with ease.

Leveraging the latest LED technology and optical enhancements. Tumastyle Technology offers a similar performance to a typical downlight. But in a very thin design. The Slim LED recessed light eliminates the need for an Air-Seal recessed housings or fire rated boxes. Therefore Reducing material and installation costs. The LED recessed light delivers high Lumen output and great visual comfort. Perfect for use in hallways, basements, entry ways, porches, stairways, work areas, utility closets, elevators, wet locations, such as showers, and other small spaces. Ideal for use in residential, high rise and multi-family, hospitality, healthcare and many more applications.

The slim LED recessed lights are Dimmable, IC Rated, ETL (UL equivalent) Certified and Energy Star Certified. There are currently two sizes: 4 inch and 6 inch. The fact that there is no housing allows for a quick and clean installation. The lights can be installed in tight spaces where traditional recessed ceiling light cannot. Such as ceiling with ductwork, piping, obstructions or hot-roof (all of which have limited vertical clearance or tight soffits). Tumastyle Technology downlighting is the next lighting trend

Tumastyle Technology designs LED products that saves energy and space. You can rest at ease knowing that Tumastyle Technology builds high quality LED products that last for years without upkeep. We spend a lot of research and development on each product to ensure each item we sell is of the highest quality. We only build what we would put in our own homes. We also have a rigorous quality assurance program that ensures that each product is of the highest quality and exceeds our specifications. If you are not happy with your purchase at any time, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can address any concerns you may have.



Frequently Asked Questions about the ETL Listed Mark on Tumastyle Technology products.

Thomas Edison started the Lamp Testing Bureau to test light bulbs for safety in 1896. Later renamed Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL), the company expanded to include testing for Standards for Safety for a wide variety of electronics components and products.

ETL is currently a division of Intertek Testing Laboratories. Intertek ETL is, like UL, an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognized Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). Unlike UL, ETL does not publish their own standards; instead, they test parts and components to the published standards of other NRTLs, including ASME, ASTM, and, of course, UL.

Products that are ETL Listed have been tested at an ETL laboratory and found to meet all applicable Standards for Safety published by relevant NRTLs.

A NRTL is an independent laboratory recognized by OSHA to test products to the specifications of applicable product safety standards writing bodies. An NRTL’s function is to provide an independent evaluation, testing and certification of any electrically operated or gas- and oil-fired product.

The NRTL program is part of OSHA’s Directorate of Technical Support. As part of OSHA’s directive to ensure that products are safe for use in the U.S. workplace, the NRTL program recognizes the capabilities of private sector organizations to determine if specific products meet consensus safety standards. OSHA safety standards are United States law and can be found in Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). More specifically, the provisions for NRTL certification can be found within Part 1910 of the CFR (29 CFR Part 1910). It is important to note that OSHA’s recognition of an NRTL is not a grant of government authority, but rather an acknowledgment of the organization’s ability to perform product safety testing and certification within the scope of its OSHA recognition.

Yes. The ETL Listed Mark is recognized by local inspectors and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) throughout North America and also in some areas of South America. The ETL Listed Mark is an accepted alternative to UL and, as such, inspectors and AHJs recognize, acknowledge, and accept the mark as proof of product compliance.

Yes. The true legal requirement to test and certify products for sale in the United States is a designation by the OSHA as a NRLT. An NRTL functions to provide independent evaluation, testing, and certification of any electrically operated or gas- and oil-fired product. ETL is recognized as an NRTL in the United States and, in a similar capacity, as a Testing Organization and Certifying Body in Canada by the Standards Council of Canada.

No. In fact, this misconception has led many manufacturers to believe that they don’t have a choice in their third-party testing partner. To satisfy the prerequisite of having your products tested by an independent organization, the true legal requirement is that the laboratory that performs the testing be a NRTL recognized by OSHA.

A product bearing the ETL Listed Mark is determined to have met the minimum requirements of prescribed product safety standards. Moreover, the mark indicates that Tumastyle Technology’s production site conforms to a range of compliance measures and is subject to periodic follow-up inspections to verify continued conformance.

Occasionally, there are questions regarding the use of the ETL Listed Mark on Tumastyle Technology products instead of the UL mark. The FAQ’s below should help to answer any questions regarding this issue. The information here is taken directly from the ETL website.

One of the key reasons we choose to use ETL certifications is that the timeframe in which Intertek™ (ETL) can test and certify products is usually much faster than UL. ETL tests to the exact same standards as UL and their certification has the same recognition by OHSA since they are both Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs).

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