2 Companies Fined for Marketing LED Signs Without Equipment Authorization
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 | Comments

The FCC entered into consent decrees with two separate companies to resolve its investigations into whether the firms violated the commission’s rules by marketing light-emitting diode (LED) signs used in digital billboards and other commercial and industrial applications without the required equipment authorization, labeling and user manual disclosures.

These rules ensure that RF devices marketed in the United States do not interfere with authorized communications, thereby maintaining network integrity and security and protecting consumers.

The first company, Yaham LED USA admitted that it marketed LED signs without the required equipment authorization, labeling and user manual disclosures and will implement a compliance plan. The company will pay a $20,000 civil penalty.

Prismview also admitted that it marketed LED signs without the required labeling and user manual disclosures and will implement a compliance plan. Prismview will pay a $14,000 civil penalty.

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