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Public Alert, CEA-2009-B

    Program Description

    A product mark used to identify radio receivers capable of automatically activating and alerting consumers when emergency messages are broadcast by the National Weather Service. This mark indicates that products are compliant with CEA-2009-B (ANSI). 

    View the Public Alert brochure [pdf]

Logo

Participation Steps

Email CEA's product mark administrator at productmarks@CE.org and specify what logo you are interested in obtaining.

CEA's administrator will email a PDF version of the agreement with directions on how to fill it out and return it properly.

Acquire the latest revision of CEA-2009-B (ANSI) and rate products in accordance with the standard and the license terms.

Pay the $1,000 administration fee to CEA per calendar year, or part thereof.

If relevant, provide CEA an annual list of models bearing the logo.

Participants

Alert Works
Alerting Solutions
Chaney Instrument Corp.
Eton Corp.
Giant International Ltd
IDT Technology
Midland Radio Corp.
Musical Electronics Limited
RadioShack
Reecom Electronics Inc.
Sangean America Inc.
Sima Corporation

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