Etronix Energy Station Power Supply Recall [UK]

UK TSI RecallUK/Basildon: Etronix Energy Station Power SupplyCML Distribution recalls some Etronix Energy Station Power Supplies due to electrical shock hazard. TSI:

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The UK Trading Standards Institute (“TSI”) reports the following Power Supplies are subject to this recall:

  • Etronix Energy Station 220 Power Supply, model ET0261; UPC: 5055323947278
  • Etronix Energy Station 330 Power Supply, model ET0262; UPC: 5055323947285

The recalled Power Supplies have a black case made from extruded aluminium. Each Power Supply has a large blue label on the top side with the Etronix Energy Station logo printed in white and red and is packaged in a box with the words, “Energy Station” and the Etronix logo printed on it.

The Energy Station 220 has a digital voltage display consisting of three (3) digits and is red in colour on the top right hand side. It has a 3-pin AC plug input and has one (1) output of 14v DC 4mm with bullet plug jacks.

The Energy Station 330 has a digital voltage display consisting of three (3) digits and is red in colour. It has a 3 pin AC plug input and has two (2) outputs of 14v DC with 4mm bullet plug jacks.

According to the TSI, inadequate design and construction of the Power Supplies could pose a potential shock hazard to the user.


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