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EVS-EN 62560:2012

Self-ballasted LED-lamps for general lighting services by voltage > 50 V - Safety specifications (IEC 62560:2011, modified + corrigendum Jan. 2012)

General information
Valid from 04.01.2013
Base Documents
EN 62560:2012; IEC 62560:2011; IEC 62560/Cor 1:2012
Directives or regulations
2014/35/EU Low voltage (LVD)
Standard history
Status
Date
Type
Name
02.05.2019
Amendment
02.05.2019
Main + amendment
05.08.2015
Amendment
04.01.2013
Main
This International Standard specifies the safety and interchangeability requirements, together with the test methods and conditions required to show compliance of LED-lamps with integrated means for stable operation (self-ballasted LED-lamps), intended for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, having: – a rated wattage up to 60 W; – a rated voltage of > 50 V up to 250 V; – caps according to Table 1. The requirements of this standard relate only to type testing. Recommendations for whole product testing or batch testing are identical to those given in Annex C of IEC 62031. NOTE Where in this standard the term “lamp(s)” is used, it is understood to stand for “self-ballasted LED-lamp(s)”, except where it is obviously assigned to other types of lamps.
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