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Docking Drawer Electrical CertificationsUpdated a year ago

Did you know all of our Docking Drawer outlets are engineered for use inside your drawer? This means that our outlets have been rigorously tested against the relevant safety standards for whatever country they're approved for sale in.

Curious as to where Docking Drawer outlets are approved for use? Check out all of our electrical certifications below.

United States

We're ETL Listed to the UL 962a standard. This means our outlets are completely legal to use and will pass building and home inspections.

Docking Drawer ETL Certification


Docking Drawer Blade in-drawer outlets with USB only are approved for use in Canada. The ports stay energized and will charge devices when the drawer is closed.

All other Docking Drawer Blade configurations require installation of the Safety Interlock Outlet. All Docking Drawer Blade Series Outlets are listed to UL 962a and CSA 22.2 #21, and the Safety Interlock Outlet with Blade Limit Switch is listed to UL 498 and CSA 22.2 #42. The Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) has the final say on whether an installation meets the requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code. Blade Series outlets are ETL Listed for use in Canada when installed with a Docking Drawer Safety Interlock Outlet* that de-energizes the outlet when the drawer starts to close. (*sold separately)

Docking Drawer CSA Certification

Australia & New Zealand

All outlets for AUS/NZ are Australian Certified for Safety and EMC.

Docking Drawer Australian Certification for In-Drawer Outlets

Docking Drawer Australian Certification for Pop Up Outlets


Docking Drawer outlets for use in Europe are CE approved.

Docking Drawer CE Certification for In-Drawer Outlets

Docking Drawer CE Certification for Pop Up Outlets

United Kingdom

All Flush Pop Up outlets for UKCA certified for use in the UK.

Docking Drawer UKCA Certification for Flush Pop Up Outlets

All Docking Drawer Electrical Certifications can be found HERE

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