Recalled Products

Product description

LCD timer powerboards

Identifying features


What are the defects?

The powerboards do not meet mandatory Australian electrical safety requirements. Specifically, the socket outlets are non-compliant and there is no overcurrent protection provided.

What are the hazards?

The non-compliant product poses a fire hazard and an electrical shock hazard.

Dates available for sale

  • 29th January 2011 – 28th May 2013

Recalled Products



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Battery Failure

This is an example of why it is important to have Exit and Emergency Lighting tested and maintained on a regular basis. These were discovered at a South Australian office complex, not only would they fail to provide power for safe exit in an emergency but are hazardous as they have the potential to leak battery acid into overhead lighting.

Battery Failure

Failed Exit Light Batteries

Appliance Fail

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A typical example of damage that can occur to an appliance when misused.

The outer sheath has been damaged increasing the likelihood of electric shock.

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