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PD CISPR/TR 30-1:2012

PD CISPR/TR 30-1:2012

Test method on electromagnetic emissions. Electronic control gear for single- and double-capped fluorescent lamps

2012-10-31 /Definitive
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CISPR TR 30-1:2012

CISPR/TR 30-1:2012(E), which is a technical report, details, with the aid of reference luminaires, an independent method by which the radio disturbance characteristics of electronic control gear for fluorescent lamp luminaires with protection classes I and/or II may be compared against the requirements of CISPR 15. This technical report covers electronic control gear for double-capped fluorescent lamps fitted with G5 or G13 lamp caps and to single-capped fluorescent lamps fitted with lamp caps: 2GX7, 2G8, 2G10, 2G11, 2GX13, G23, GX23, G24q, GX24q, GR8, and GR10q. It is specifically applicable for equipment to be connected to 230 V - 50 Hz mains power networks. For other power systems, modifications may be necessary. This first edition of CISPR/TR 30-1 cancels and replaces the first edition of CISPR/TR 30 published in 2001. It is a technical revision which includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- minor correction of wiring distances of reference luminaire in Figure A.1;
- addition of reference luminaires for electronic control gear with output terminals on both ends;
- addition of reference luminaires for electronic control gear for circular-shaped fluorescent lamps; and
- introduction of control gear marking indicating suitability for application in protection class I and/or class II luminaires.
Frequency response, Road lighting, Radio disturbances, Electrical measurement, Decorative lighting, Lighting levels, Footpaths, Floodlights, Electric charge, Radiofrequencies, Roads, Waveforms, Electrical impedance, Lighting equipment, Electric discharges, Lighting systems, Electrical measuring instruments
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