IEC/TR 62471-2:2009(E) provides the basis for optical radiation safety requirements of non-laser products, serving as a guide for development of safety requirements in vertical product standards and assisting lamp system manufacturers in the interpretation of safety information provided by the lamp manufacturers. This report provides guidance on:
- requirements for optical radiation safety assessment;
- allocation of safety measures;
- labelling of products.
This technical report does not address safety requirements of intentional exposure to optical radiation from sun tanning equipment, ophthalmic instruments or other medical/cosmetic devices whose specific safety issues are addressed through appropriate standards.

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IEC TS 63105:2021(E) establishes terms and definitions in the field of lighting systems and related equipment.
Terminological literature for other fields of lighting is listed in the bibliography.

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This document describes the method of measuring, evaluating and specifying the UV irradiation
characteristics of fluorescent ultraviolet lamps that are used in appliances for tanning purposes.
It includes specific requirements regarding the marking of such lamps.
These requirements relate only to type testing.
Lamps complying with the requirements of this document comply with the electrical and
mechanical safety requirements of IEC 61195 and IEC 61199 with the exception of the
requirements for maximum limits of UV radiation.

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IEC 61228:2020 is available as IEC 61228:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 61228:2020 describes the method of measuring, evaluating and specifying the UV irradiation characteristics of fluorescent ultraviolet lamps that are used in appliances for tanning purposes. It includes specific requirements regarding the marking of such lamps. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2008. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- maintenance code: description of the depreciation of the UV irradiance lamp during operation;
- operating position: information added for single capped lamps;
- spectroradiometric measuring system: new information about distance between sensor and lamp axis;
- measurement and evaluation procedure: separated detailed information for double capped fluorescent UV lamps and single capped fluorescent UV lamps;
- Annex C (normative), Method of test for irradiance maintenance: new information added;
- Annex D (normative), Reflector gauge: new information added;
- Annex E (normative), Lamp datasheets for measurement: complementary information added.

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This document specifies methods of measurement of electrical power consumption in nonactive
mode(s), as applicable for electrical lighting equipment. This includes electrical lighting
equipment incorporating non-illumination components.
This document specifies neither performance requirements nor limits on power consumption.
This document applies to lighting equipment connected to a supply voltage up to 1 500 V DC
or up to 1 000 V AC.
This document is intended to be referenced by lighting equipment product standards for the
measurement of non-active mode power consumption. Details for the non-active mode power
consumption measurement and data presentation are specified in the product standards.
NOTE Annex A provides guidance on details specified in product standards.

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IEC 63103:2020(E) specifies methods of measurement of electrical power consumption in non-active mode(s), as applicable for electrical lighting equipment. This includes electrical lighting equipment incorporating non-illumination components.
This document specifies neither performance requirements nor limits on power consumption.
This document applies to lighting equipment connected to a supply voltage up to 1 500 V DC or up to 1 000 V AC.
This document is intended to be referenced by lighting equipment product standards for the measurement of non-active mode power consumption. Details for the non-active mode power consumption measurement and data presentation are specified in the product standards.

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IEC 63129:2020 describes a method, based on measurements combined with calculations, to determine specific characteristics of the inrush current of single and/or multiple lighting products of the same type. Lighting products include the following:
light sources with integrated controlgear,
controlgear,
luminaires.

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IEC 61547:2020 is available as IEC 61547:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 61547:2020 which deals with electromagnetic immunity requirements, applies to lighting equipment which is within the scope of IEC technical committee 34, including apparatus such as lamps, luminaires, and modules. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition, published in 2009. This edition constitutes a technical revision This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- extension of scope with end-user replaceable modules and the combination of end-user replaceable module and independent auxiliary;
- clarification of module testing in a host system;
- increased ESD and surge test levels for road and street lighting equipment;
- the introduction of ESD testing under normal operation and handling conditions;
- removal of line to ground surge test for self-ballasted lamps ≤ 25 W.

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IEC TR 63139:2018(E) is related to the insulation coordination in TC 34 standards and provides explanations on mathematical addition of working voltages, insulation between circuits, use of protective extra low voltage (PELV) and insulation between LV supply and control line conductors in order to cover new technologies associated with the use of LED light sources and controllable products.
It describes in which way the addition of supply voltages and working voltages can be arranged for an assessment of the electrical insulation requirements (e.g. creepage distances and clearances) in a system if a first failure occurs.

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IEC TR 63130:2018(E) describes the current state of experts’ opinions on the standardization of metal halide lamps to cover the relevant parameters for hot restrike and for dimming in combination with low frequency square wave ballasts. It provides guidelines for supplementing or modifying IEC 61167 in order that these conditions are covered.

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IEC PAS 63166:2018(E) This book 7 defines several LED modules. Each LED module has a rectangular shape and the only restriction to the light emitting surface is that no light is emitted in the direction of the reference plane of the LED module.
This Book 1 defines the common concepts that underlie the Zhaga interface specifications. In addition, this Book 1 specifies general requirements for Zhaga compliant LED Light Engines, associated components and Luminaires.

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IEC TR 63158:2018(E) describes an objective stroboscopic effect visibility (SVM) meter, which can be applied for performance testing of lighting equipment under different operational conditions.
The stroboscopic effects considered in this document are limited to the objective assessment by a human observer of visible stroboscopic effects of temporal light modulation of lighting equipment in general indoor applications, with typical indoor light levels (> 100 lx) and with moderate movements of an observer or nearby handled object ( The contents of the corrigendum of July 2018 have been included in this copy.

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This European Standard specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN 12464-1 and EN 12464-2. It also specifies data that are commonly used for lighting of indoor and outdoor work places. When these data are provided, they should conform to this document.
An increasing number of luminaires mainly those with LED are luminaires with non-replaceable light sources. Therefore data should always be given for luminaires. For luminaires with replaceable lamps, lamp data should also be provided.
NOTE   Product, safety and performance data can be found in CENELEC documents (see Bibliography).

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2017-06-08: Final decision is to publish A1 and A11 separately the same day. A1 is identical to IEC A1.
2017-05-31: D156/039: to be published
2017-05-04: Publication on the hold pending TC 34A reply about A11 (pr=58955)
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This document specifies the safety and interchangeability requirements together with the test
methods and conditions required to show compliance of non-integrated tubular LED lamps,
intended for general lighting purposes, having:
• a rated wattage up to 70 W,
• a rated voltage up to 190 V ripple free DC,
• GX16t-5 cap as listed in Table 1.
The requirements of this document relate only to type testing.
NOTE 1 Where in this document the term “lamp(s)” is used, it is understood to stand for “non-integrated GX16t-5
capped tubular LED-lamp(s)”, except where it is obviously assigned to other types of lamps.
NOTE 2 The lamp specified in this document is operated with a controlgear specified in Annex B. See Clause 18.
NOTE 3 This document includes photobiological safety.

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IEC 62612:2013 specifies the performance requirements, together with the test methods and conditions, required to show compliance of LED lamps with integral means for stable operation, intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having:  - a rated power up to 60 W;  - a rated voltage of > 50 V a.c. up to 250 V a.c.;  - a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560. This first edition of IEC 62612 cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62612. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC/PAS 62612.  a) The standard explicitly states that real life time tests are not part of the test regime. Instead, a period of up to 6 000 h is chosen in order to assess manufacturers' claims of maintenance.  b) Technical features have been adapted to IEC/PAS 62717 (performance of LED modules) as far as possible. Examples are the family approach and the temperature measuring point.  c) Marking requirements are shifted from the product to the packaging.  d) The number of lamps to be tested is made test specific, not general.  e) First requirements are given for setting the colour for colour adjustable lamps and the luminous flux level of dimmable lamps.  f) The structure of tests is clearly divided between requirement and compliance.  g) Statistical compliance is separated into individual and average.  h) Light output requirements are extended to luminous intensity distribution, peak intensity, beam angle and efficacy.  i) The use of the terms 'correlated colour temperature' and 'chromaticity coordinates' is corrected.  j) The number of tolerance categories is reduced from 8 to 4, and split between initial and maintained values.  k) Colour rendering is differently assessed at initial and maintained state.  l) Three lumen maintenance categories are given instead of five.  m) The endurance tests are completely re-established.  n) The verification (formerly: assessment) clause is completed.  o) Information for luminaire design is added.  p) Stabilisation is more precise (Annex A on the method of measuring lamp characteristics) and extension is made for the additional photometric and colorimetric parameters.  q) Annex B on measuring luminous flux is contained in Annex A. New Annex B provides the photometric code.  r) Further annexes are added: Annex C and D for displacement factor, Annex E for life time metrics/reliability and Annex F for examples of LED dies and LED packages.

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IEC 62612:2013 specifies the performance requirements, together with the test methods and conditions, required to show compliance of LED lamps with integral means for stable operation, intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having: - a rated power up to 60 W; - a rated voltage of > 50 V a.c. up to 250 V a.c.; - a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560. This first edition of IEC 62612 cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62612. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC/PAS 62612. a) The standard explicitly states that real life time tests are not part of the test regime. Instead, a period of up to 6 000 h is chosen in order to assess manufacturers' claims of maintenance. b) Technical features have been adapted to IEC/PAS 62717 (performance of LED modules) as far as possible. Examples are the family approach and the temperature measuring point. c) Marking requirements are shifted from the product to the packaging. d) The number of lamps to be tested is made test specific, not general. e) First requirements are given for setting the colour for colour adjustable lamps and the luminous flux level of dimmable lamps. f) The structure of tests is clearly divided between requirement and compliance. g) Statistical compliance is separated into individual and average. h) Light output requirements are extended to luminous intensity distribution, peak intensity, beam angle and efficacy. i) The use of the terms 'correlated colour temperature' and 'chromaticity coordinates' is corrected. j) The number of tolerance categories is reduced from 8 to 4, and split between initial and maintained values. k) Colour rendering is differently assessed at initial and maintained state. l) Three lumen maintenance categories are given instead of five. m) The endurance tests are completely re-established. n) The verification (formerly: assessment) clause is completed. o) Information for luminaire design is added. p) Stabilisation is more precise (Annex A on the method of measuring lamp characteristics) and extension is made for the additional photometric and colorimetric parameters. q) Annex B on measuring luminous flux is contained in Annex A. New Annex B provides the photometric code. r) Further annexes are added: Annex C and D for displacement factor, Annex E for life time metrics/reliability and Annex F for examples of LED dies and LED packages.

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2017-06-08: Final decision is to publish A1 and A11 separately the same day. A1 is identical to IEC A1.
2017-05-31: D156/039: to be published
2017-05-04: Publication on the hold pending TC 34A reply about A11 (pr=58955)
2015-11-18 - CLC/TC 34A request that A1 is published together with the European Amendment A11 (WI 58955).

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This part of IEC 62707 specifies general requirements, a grid and a corresponding code for
the colour binning of white LED packages emitting incoherent, visible radiation. It applies for
LED packages.
Other parts of the IEC 62707 series covering chromaticity of coloured LED packages,
luminous flux/luminous intensity, colour rendering and forward voltage are in preparation or
under consideration.
NOTE 1 This International Standard does not apply for LED modules, LED lamps and LED luminaires.
NOTE 2 Even though the words "white light" are used, the purpose of this International Standard is not to define
"white light", but to specify a grid and a corresponding colour code for the colour binning of white LED packages
emitting incoherent, visible radiation. The area covered by the grid may differ from the definition of white light given
in other standards or regulations.

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This European Technical Specification is intended to be used in conjunction with the WEEE Treatment Standard for lamps, EN 50625-2-1, and the Technical Specification CLC/TS 50625-3-1:2014 for de-pollution - General.

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IEC 62471-5:2015 provides a risk group classification system for image projectors, and measurement conditions for optical radiation emitted by image projectors. It includes manufacturing requirements that may be required as a result of an image projector system being assigned to a particular risk group. Therefore, this part of IEC 62471 provides safety requirements for lamp systems that are intended to produce projected visible optical radiation, such as theatre projectors, data projectors and home-use projectors. The assigned risk group of a projector product also may be used by projector manufacturers to assist with any risk assessments, e.g. for occupational exposure in workplaces. National requirements may exist for the assessment of products or occupational exposure.

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This International Standard specifies the safety and interchangeability requirements, and the
exchange operation together with the test methods and conditions required to show
compliance of double-capped LED lamps with G5 and G13 caps, intended for replacing
fluorescent lamps with the same caps, having:
– a rated power up to 125 W;
– a rated voltage of up to 250 V.
Such LED lamps are designed for replacement without requiring any internal modification of
the luminaire.
The existing luminaires, into which the double-capped LED lamps are fitted, can be operated
with electromagnetic or electronic controlgear.
The requirements of this standard relate only to type testing.
Recommendations for whole product testing or batch testing are given in Annex A.
NOTE 1 Where in this standard the term “lamp(s)” is used, it is understood to stand for “double-capped retrofit
LED lamp(s)”, except where it is obviously assigned to other types of lamps.
This standard does not cover double-capped conversion LED lamps where modification in the
luminaire is required. The requirements in this standard are given for general lighting service
(excluding for example explosive atmospheres). For lamps for other applications additional
requirements may apply.
NOTE 2 This standard includes photobiological safety.

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IEC TR 62471-3:2015(E) which is a technical report, provides guidelines for the safe use of intense pulsed light (IPL) source equipment in professional premises. It describes possible adverse incidents that may occur in respect of the use of IPL devices and recommends measures to avoid them. IEC TR 62471-3:2015 sets out the control measures recommended for the safety of recipients of IPL treatment, staff, service, maintenance personnel and others. Engineering controls which form part of the IPL equipment or the installation are also briefly described to provide an understanding of the general principles of protection.

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IEC/TR 62778:2014 brings clarification and guidance concerning the assessment of blue light hazard of all lighting products which have the main emission in the visible spectrum (380 nm to 780 nm). By optical and spectral calculations, it is shown what the photobiological safety measurements as described in IEC 62471 tell us about the product and, if this product is intended to be a component in a higher level lighting product, how this information can be transferred from the component product (e.g. the LED package, the LED module, or the lamp) to the higher level lighting product (e.g. the luminaire). This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical change with respect to the previous edition: inclusion of the photobiological assessment of LED arrays (Annex D). The contents of the corrigendum of July 2014 have been included in this copy.

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This International Standard specifies the performance requirements, together with the test methods and conditions, required to show compliance of LED lamps with integral means for stable operation, intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having:
• a rated power up to 60 W;
• a rated voltage of > 50 V a.c. up to 250 V a.c.;
• a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560.
These performance requirements are additional to the safety requirements in IEC 62560. The only feature provided by this standard, when applied for replacement purposes, is information on maximum lamp outlines. The requirements of this standard relate to type testing. This standard covers LED lamps that intentionally produce white light, based on inorganic LEDs.
Recommendations for whole product testing or batch testing are under consideration. The life time of LED lamps is in most cases much longer than the practical test times. Consequently, verification of manufacturer’s life time claims cannot be made in a sufficiently confident way, because projecting test data further in time is not standardised. For that reason the acceptance or rejection of a manufacturer's life time claim, past an operational time as stated in 7.1, is out of the scope of this standard. Instead of life time validation, this standard has opted for lumen maintenance codes at a defined finite test time. Therefore, the code number does not imply a prediction of achievable life time. The categories, represented by the code, are lumen-depreciation character categories showing behaviour in agreement with manufacturer’s information, provided before the test is started. In order to validate a life time claim, several methods of test data extrapolation exist. A general method of projecting measurement data beyond limited test time is under consideration. The pass/fail criterion of the life time test as defined in this standard is different from the life time metrics claimed by manufacturers. For explanation of recommended life time metrics, see Annex E. NOTE When lamps are operated in a luminaire the claimed performance data can deviate from the values established via this standard due to e.g. luminaire components that impact the performance of the lamp.

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IEC 62612:2013 specifies the performance requirements, together with the test methods and conditions, required to show compliance of LED lamps with integral means for stable operation, intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having: - a rated power up to 60 W; - a rated voltage of > 50 V a.c. up to 250 V a.c.; - a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560. This first edition of IEC 62612 cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62612. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC/PAS 62612. a) The standard explicitly states that real life time tests are not part of the test regime. Instead, a period of up to 6 000 h is chosen in order to assess manufacturers' claims of maintenance. b) Technical features have been adapted to IEC/PAS 62717 (performance of LED modules) as far as possible. Examples are the family approach and the temperature measuring point. c) Marking requirements are shifted from the product to the packaging. d) The number of lamps to be tested is made test specific, not general. e) First requirements are given for setting the colour for colour adjustable lamps and the luminous flux level of dimmable lamps. f) The structure of tests is clearly divided between requirement and compliance. g) Statistical compliance is separated into individual and average. h) Light output requirements are extended to luminous intensity distribution, peak intensity, beam angle and efficacy. i) The use of the terms 'correlated colour temperature' and 'chromaticity coordinates' is corrected. j) The number of tolerance categories is reduced from 8 to 4, and split between initial and maintained values. k) Colour rendering is differently assessed at initial and maintained state. l) Three lumen maintenance categories are given instead of five. m) The endurance tests are completely re-established. n) The verification (formerly: assessment) clause is completed. o) Information for luminaire design is added. p) Stabilisation is more precise (Annex A on the method of measuring lamp characteristics) and extension is made for the additional photometric and colorimetric parameters. q) Annex B on measuring luminous flux is contained in Annex A. New Annex B provides the photometric code. r) Further annexes are added: Annex C and D for displacement factor, Annex E for life time metrics/reliability and Annex F for examples of LED dies and LED packages.

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This International Standard gives the rules for the international lamp coding system and covers all lamp categories, excluding vehicle lamps. Coding for the main lamp types is specified and, for the others, will follow by amendments to this standard as appropriate. The object of the international lamp coding system is - to improve communication about the different types of lamps; - to help in discussions concerning interchangeability and compatibility of products; - to create a closer relationship between international standards and manufacturers' literature (for example the code could be given in future in the relevant parts of a standard); - to enable correct replacements of lamps; - to be used as a complementary marking on the luminaire; - to replace national and regional coding systems.

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IEC/TR 62493-1:2013(E) presents an overview on EMF measurement results dependent on different lamp technologies used in current luminaires. For the measurement only the test procedure with the so called Van der Hoofden head in the frequency range from 20 kHz to 10 MHz was used.

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This specification covers material having a nominal thickness from 0,05 mm to 0,15 mm, supplied either in the form of sheets or rolls.[
]The contents of the corrigendum of August 1995 have been included in this copy.

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IEC 62612:2013 specifies the performance requirements, together with the test methods and conditions, required to show compliance of LED lamps with integral means for stable operation, intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having:
- a rated power up to 60 W;
- a rated voltage of > 50 V a.c. up to 250 V a.c.;
- a lamp cap as listed in IEC 62560. This first edition of IEC 62612 cancels and replaces IEC/PAS 62612. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC/PAS 62612.
a) The standard explicitly states that real life time tests are not part of the test regime. Instead, a period of up to 6 000 h is chosen in order to assess manufacturers' claims of maintenance.
b) Technical features have been adapted to IEC/PAS 62717 (performance of LED modules) as far as possible. Examples are the family approach and the temperature measuring point.
c) Marking requirements are shifted from the product to the packaging.
d) The number of lamps to be tested is made test specific, not general.
e) First requirements are given for setting the colour for colour adjustable lamps and the luminous flux level of dimmable lamps.
f) The structure of tests is clearly divided between requirement and compliance.
g) Statistical compliance is separated into individual and average.
h) Light output requirements are extended to luminous intensity distribution, peak intensity, beam angle and efficacy.
i) The use of the terms "correlated colour temperature" and "chromaticity coordinates" is corrected.
j) The number of tolerance categories is reduced from 8 to 4, and split between initial and maintained values.
k) Colour rendering is differently assessed at initial and maintained state.
l) Three lumen maintenance categories are given instead of five.
m) The endurance tests are completely re-established.
n) The verification (formerly: assessment) clause is completed.
o) Information for luminaire design is added.
p) Stabilisation is more precise (Annex A on the method of measuring lamp characteristics) and extension is made for the additional photometric and colorimetric parameters.
q) Annex B on measuring luminous flux is contained in Annex A. New Annex B provides the photometric code.
r) Further annexes are added: Annex C and D for displacement factor, Annex E for life time metrics/reliability and Annex F for examples of LED dies and LED packages. The contents of the corrigendum of October 2016 have been included in this copy.

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IEC/TR 62750:2012(E) applies to fluorescent lamp dimming systems. It deals with the interface of fluorescent lamps and dimming electronic controlgear. A unified framework for standardization of fluorescent lamp dimming systems and the associated parameter calculation method are described in this Technical Report.

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IEC/TR 62732:2012(E) describes how to construct a three-digit code, representing a shorthand string combining the nominal general colour rendering index and the nominal correlated colour temperature. The contents of the corrigendum of December 2012 have been included in this copy.

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This Technical Report describes the method of measuring and specifying the centre beam intensity and the associated beam angle(s) of reflector lamps. It applies to incandescent, tungsten halogen and gas-discharge and LED based reflector lamps for general lighting purposes. It does not apply to lamps for special purposes such as projection lamps. These recommendations relate to design testing of lamps only.

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This International Standard gives the rules for the international lamp coding system and covers all lamp categories, excluding vehicle lamps. Coding for the main lamp types is specified and, for the others, will follow by amendments to this standard as appropriate. The object of the international lamp coding system is - to improve communication about the different types of lamps; - to help in discussions concerning interchangeability and compatibility of products; - to create a closer relationship between international standards and manufacturers' literature (for example the code could be given in future in the relevant parts of a standard); - to enable correct replacements of lamps; - to be used as a complementary marking on the luminaire; - to replace national and regional coding systems.

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IEC 61231:2010 gives the rules for the international lamp coding system and covers all lamp categories, excluding vehicle lamps. Coding for the main lamp types is specified and, for the others, will follow by amendments to this standard as appropriate. This first edition cancels and replaces the second edition of IEC 61231, published as a technical specification. It constitutes a technical revision, of which the main changes are indicated below: - introduction of LED modules (Subclause 5.8).

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This International Standard for electromagnetic immunity requirements applies to lighting equipment which is within the scope of IEC technical committee 34, such as lamps, auxiliaries and luminaires, intended either for connecting to a low voltage electricity supply or for battery operation. Excluded from the scope of this standard is equipment for which the immunity requirements are formulated in other IEC or CISPR standards such as: - lighting equipment for use in transport vehicles; - entertainment lighting control equipment for professional purposes; - lighting devices built into other equipment such as: . scale illumination or indicators; . photocopiers; . slide and overhead projectors; . multimedia equipment.

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This International Standard gives guidance for evaluating the photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems including luminaires. Specifically it specifies the exposure limits, reference measurement technique and classification scheme for the evaluation and control of photobiological hazards from all electrically powered incoherent broadband sources of optical radiation, including LEDs but excluding lasers, in the wavelength range from 200 nm through 3000 nm.

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This International Standard describes the method of measuring, evaluating and specifying the characteristics of fluorescent ultraviolet lamps that are used in appliances for tanning purposes. It includes specific requirements regarding the marking of such lamps. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1993 and its Amendment 1 (1996). In this second edition, an equivalency code for the lamps is introduced. This equivalency code characterises the spectral energy distribution and is to be applied when replacing lamps in tanning equipment.

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This International Standard describes the method of measuring, evaluating and specifying the characteristics of fluorescent ultraviolet lamps that are used in appliances for tanning purposes. It includes specific requirements regarding the marking of such lamps. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1993 and its Amendment 1 (1996). In this second edition, an equivalency code for the lamps is introduced. This equivalency code characterises the spectral energy distribution and is to be applied when replacing lamps in tanning equipment.

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IEC 63129:2020 describes a method, based on measurements combined with calculations, to determine specific characteristics of the inrush current of single and/or multiple lighting products of the same type. Lighting products include the following:  light sources with integrated controlgear, controlgear, luminaires.

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