#1
I was out buying some Path Lights for my backyard today and found this on the stem:

"NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules."

Why the Fvck is a Solar Light being rated by the FCC?
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Type "Class B digital device" into Google and this is literally the first result.
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#8
Quote by flame843
most electronic devices have to comply with certain codes about emitting interference. you'll find similar labels on all kinds of different shit like remote control cars and video game systems.


This. If it's electric, it has the potential to interfere with communications. I doubt a simple path light could do so but it has to be tested nonetheless.

I'll bet your amp has something similar on it.
Last edited by In The Mist at Apr 4, 2011,
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I doubt a simple path light could do so but it has to be tested nonetheless.


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#10
Quote by flame843
most electronic devices have to comply with certain codes about emitting interference. you'll find similar labels on all kinds of different shit like remote control cars and video game systems.

This.

They have to do something since TS just bought a potential Death ray.
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