CB certification experts take you to understand the CB certification of lamps and lanterns
The CB certification of lamps and lanterns is mainly for the specific certification of various types of lamps. Each type is treated in a unique way. It is divided into the main electric light source types and their respective standard numbers. The types of incandescent lamps are made Clear specifications. Main electric light source standards:
Tungsten filament lamps Performance requirements for tungsten filament lamps for general lighting in households and similar occasions: IEC 60064:2007
Incandescent lamps Safety specification. Part 1: Tungsten filament lamps for household and similar general lighting: IEC 60432-1-2005
Incandescent lamps Safety specification. Part 2: Quartz iodine lamps for household and similar general lighting: IEC 60432-2-2005
Incandescent lamps Safety specification. Part 3: Tungsten halogen lamps (non-automotive): IEC 60432-3-2008
Outline drawing of the largest bulb of an incandescent lamp: IEC 60630-2005
Tungsten halogen lamp (non-automotive)-performance specification: IEC 60357-2002 (am1+ am2)
Fluorescent lamps Double-capped fluorescent lamps-Safety specification: IEC 61195-1999
Performance specification for double-capped fluorescent lamps: IEC 60081-2002
Performance Specification for Double-capped Fluorescent Lamps-Supplement 2: IEC 60081-2002 AMD.2:2003
Performance Specification for Double-capped Fluorescent Lamps-Supplement 3: IEC 60081-2002 AMD.3:2005
Single-ended fluorescent lamp performance specification: IEC 60901-2001
Performance Specification for Single-Ended Fluorescent Lamps-Supplement 4: IEC 60901-2001 AMD4
Single-ended fluorescent lamps-safety regulations: IEC 61199-1999
Self-ballasted lamps for general lighting equipment-safety requirements: IEC 60968-1999
Self-ballasted lamps for general lighting equipment—performance requirements: IEC 60969-2001
High-pressure mercury vapor lamp—performance specification HID: IEC 60188-2001
Low-pressure sodium vapor lamps-performance specifications: IEC 60192-2001
High pressure sodium vapor lamp: IEC 60662-2002
Metal halide lamp: IEC 61167-1992 (am1+am2+am3)
The size, electrical and photometric data and lamp cap type of the high-pressure xenon short-arc lamp: IEC/TR 61127-1992
Electronic incandescent bulbs for aircraft: IEC 60434-1973
Lamps for road vehicles-Dimensions, electrical and lighting requirements: IEC 60809-2002 (+am3)
Lamps for road vehicles—performance requirements: IEC 60810-2003
Various lights: IEC 61549-2005
Discharge lamps (excluding fluorescent lamps)-safety regulations: IEC 62035-2003
Main lighting standards:
The safety requirements of lamps are mainly found in the IEC 60598 series of standards, and most other countries have adopted this series of standards as equivalent or modified.
The IEC 60598 series of safety standards consists of two parts: general requirements and special requirements. Part 1 "General Requirements" stipulates the general safety requirements of lamps and lanterns, Part 2 "Special Requirements" stipulates the safety requirements of specific products, and "Special Requirements" supplements or modifies the corresponding clauses in the "General Requirements". For a specific type of lamps, the complete safety requirements are composed of the “general requirements” of the lamps and their corresponding “special requirements”.
IEC 60598-1 is a general safety standard for lamps. This standard applies to tungsten filament lamps, tubular fluorescent lamps and other gas discharge lamps with a power supply voltage not exceeding 1000 V. This standard divides lamps into Type 1 lamps, Type 2 lamps, and Type 3 lamps according to the form of anti-shock, and adopts type test. The standard specifies conduits, lamp holders, terminals, switches, insulating gaskets and bushings, insulation, electrical connections and current-carrying parts of class 2 lamps, screw (mechanical) connections and sealing glands, mechanical strength, suspension Hoisting and adjusting device, drain hole, anti-corrosion performance and protective lampshade and other parts to meet the requirements.
The safety of lamps and lanterns is an issue that every family must pay attention to. In terms of short-circuit protection, external wiring, flexible cables or cords connected to the power supply, cable installation, wire fixing beams, internal wiring, grounding regulations, anti-shock performance, dustproof , Solid substance and moisture resistance test, moisture test, insulation resistance and dielectric strength, measurement of leakage current, leakage distance and electrical clearance, all play an important role.
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