Lighting Recalls

Recalled Lighting

A major lighting recall involves Cooper Lighting Solutions’ All Field and Prism RGBA fixtures. These light fixtures have lenses that could become loose and separate from the light fixtures. If consumers were not careful, these lenses could fall and cause injury. Affected fixtures are identified by a sticker on the back. The recalled light fixtures are typically installed at public sports venues, both indoor and outdoor.

The recalled light fixtures are 13 inches wide, with a glass lens and heavy-duty aluminum housing. They cost around $190 each, and are designed for low-mounting heights. The recalled fixtures are sold at electrical distributors nationwide. If you have purchased one of these light fixtures, contact Acuity Lighting Group.

Recalled lighting comes in various shapes and sizes. For example, some models have yellow caps. Philips is addressing this issue by replacing the yellow caps with white ones. You can read more about these lamps and the recall on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission website. Another recall is by Lighting Science Group, which has recalled 554,000 6W and 8W A19 and G25 lamps. The recalled models were sold under various brand names, including EcoSmart by Home Depot and Sylvania by Westinghouse.