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The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published ANSI/PLATO FL 1-2009 Flashlight Basic Performance Standard.

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published ANSI/PLATO FL 1-2009 Flashlight Basic Performance Standard. It is the first flashlight standard worldwide and introduces definitions and testing methods for flashlight basic performance as well as associated marking. It focuses on directional lighting, not lanterns or area lighting.
ANSI/NEMA FL 1 introduces a uniform way of defining, measuring, and marking basic flashlight performance. The clearly defined test methods and marking rules will help retailers and consumers gain a clearer understanding of the performance provided by a given product.

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