BS EN 62639:2012 - Fluorescent induction lamps. Performance specification

BS EN 62639:2012

Fluorescent induction lamps. Performance specification

Status : Current   Published : May 2012

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IEC 62639:2012 specifies the performance requirements for fluorescent induction lamps for general lighting purposes. In this standard, the term "lamp" stands for "induction lamp". It may be expected that lamps which comply with this standard will start and operate satisfactorily at voltages between 92 % and 106 % of rated supply voltage and at an ambient air temperature between 10 °C and 50 °C, when operated with ballasts complying with IEC 60929 and IEC 61347-2-3, as far as applicable, and in a luminaire complying with IEC 60598-1.




Standard NumberBS EN 62639:2012
TitleFluorescent induction lamps. Performance specification
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 May 2012
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60081:1997, EN 60081:1998, EN 60929, EN 62532:2011, EN 60598-1, IEC 60598-1, EN 61347-2-3, IEC 60929, IEC 61347-2-3, IEC 62532:2011
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 60050-845:1987
International RelationshipsEN 62639:2012,IEC 62639:2012
Draft Superseded By09/30206315 DC
DescriptorsElectrical safety, Mercury-vapour lamps, Temperature-rise limit, Discharge lamps, Luminaires, Electrical insulation, Dielectric strength, Marking, Electromagnetic induction, Fluorescent lamps, Electric lamps, Electrical testing
ICS29.140.30
Title in FrenchLampes fluorescentes à induction. Spécification de performance
Title in GermanLeuchtstoff-Induktionslampen. Anforderungen an die Arbeitsweise
CommitteeCPL/34/1
ISBN978 0 580 68411 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages72
File Size848 KB
Price£274.00


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