BS EN 60983:1996, IEC 60983:1995 - Specification for miniature lamps

BS EN 60983:1996, IEC 60983:1995

Specification for miniature lamps

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : November 1996

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Specifies requirements for life and mechanical strength in addition to dimensional, electrical and photometric requirements for miniature lamps of up to 30 V and 25 W used in road vehicles, electric torches and miners' caplights.




Standard NumberBS EN 60983:1996, IEC 60983:1995
TitleSpecification for miniature lamps
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date15 November 1996
Confirm Date01 January 2005
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60050-845:1987, IEC 60061-1:1969, IEC 60434:1973, IEC 60434:1973/AMD 1:1981, IEC 60434:1973/AMD 2:1984, IEC 60809:1985, IEC 60809:1985/AMD 1:1987, IEC 60809:1985/AMD 2:1989, IEC 60809:1985/AMD 3:1992, ISO 2859-1:1989, EN 50033:1991, EN 60061-1:1993, HD 494 S4:1994
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 2859
ReplacesBS 535:1987
International RelationshipsEN 60983:1996,IEC 60983:1995
Amended ByAMD 15807
Draft Superseded By04/302061 DC92/20307 DC
DescriptorsElectric lamps, Lamps, Miniature, Lighting equipment, Voltage, Electric power (wattage), Vehicle lights, Road vehicle components, Torches, Miners lamps, Cap lamps, Marking, Designations, Instructions for use, Life (durability), Rated current, Rated power, Luminous flux, Torsional strength, Dimensions, Testing conditions, Approval testing, Endurance testing, Electrical testing, Torsion testing, Conformity, Statistical quality control
ICS29.140.20
Title in FrenchLampes miniatures
Title in GermanKleinlampen
CommitteeCPL/34/1
ISBN0 580 26198 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages54
File Size751.1 KB
Price£260.00


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