BS EN IEC 63013:2019 - LED packages. Long-term luminous and radiant flux maintenance projection

BS EN IEC 63013:2019

LED packages. Long-term luminous and radiant flux maintenance projection

Status : Current   Published : December 2019



IEC 63013:2017 is applicable to LED packages for general lighting services. It specifies procedures and conditions for measuring the luminous flux maintenance of LED packages. It also provides the procedures and conditions (criteria) of projecting the long-term luminous flux maintenance based on limited luminous flux maintenance test data collected. Within the context of this document, wherever luminous flux measurement data is specified, radiant flux measurement data can also be used.

Standard NumberBS EN IEC 63013:2019
TitleLED packages. Long-term luminous and radiant flux maintenance projection
Publication Date17 December 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ANSI/IES LM-80-15, EN 62504, IES TM-21-11, IES LM-80-08, IEC 62504, IEC 62504:2014
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 62506:2013, IEC 62506:2013
International RelationshipsEN 62148-2:2011,EN IEC 63013:2019,IEC 63013:2017
Draft Superseded By15/30327740 DC
DescriptorsPerformance, Electric lamps, Energy conservation, Power measurement (electric), Luminous flux, Ratings, Efficiency, Luminaires, Instructions for use, Graphic symbols, Lighting equipment, Recycling, Maintenance
Title in FrenchLED encapsulées. Projection à long terme concernant la conservation du flux lumineux et du flux énergétique
Title in GermanLED-Packages. Langfristige Vorhersage des Lichtstromerhalts und des Erhalts der Strahlungsleistung
ISBN978 0 580 91114 9
File Size1.011 MB

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