IEC 60064-2005 pdf – Tungsten filament lamps for domestic and similar general lighting purposes – Performance requirements.
1 .1 Scope This International Standard applies to tungsten filament incandescent lamps for general lighting service (GLS) which comply with the safety requirements in IEC 60432-1 and having: – rated wattage of 25 W to 200 W, inclusive; – rated voltage 1 00 V to 250 V, including marked voltage range not exceeding ±2,5 % of the mean voltage 1 ) ; – bulbs of the A or PS shapes; – bulbs with clear, frosted or equivalently coated finishes, or white finishes; – caps B22d, E26 or E27. Specific lamp types are covered in section 8. This standard states the performance requirements for lamps, including test methods and means of confirming compliance with the requirements. Whole production appraisal methods regarding a lamp manufacturer’s test record on finished products are defined. This method can be applied for certification purposes. Details of a batch test procedure, which can be used to make an assessment of specific batches, are included, but it is not suitable for certification purposes. For some of the requirements given in this standard reference is made to “the relevant data sheet”. For some lamps these data sheets are contained in this standard. For other lamps, falling under the scope of this standard, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp manufacturer or responsible vendor. NOTE 1 A lamp used in China having a rated wattage 1 5 W and rated voltage 220 V is included. NOTE 2 Separate references are made to E26/24 caps used in North America and E26/25 caps used in Japan. The two are not compatible. 1 .2 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
IEC 60038:1 983, IEC standard voltages IEC 60061 -1 , Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the control of interchangeability and safety – Part 1: Lamp caps IEC 60061 -2, Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the control of interchangeability and safety – Part 2: Lampholders IEC 60061 -3, Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the control of interchangeability and safety – Part 3: Gauges IEC 60432-1 :1 993, Safety requirements for incandescent lamps – Part 1: Tungsten filament lamps for domestic and similar general lighting purposes IEC 60630:1 979, Maximum lamp outlines for general lighting lamps IEC 60887:1 988, Glass bulb designation system for lamps 1 .3 General format This standard is divided into several sections with self-descriptive titles. These sections are: Section 1 : General Section 2: Lamp characteristics and specifications Section 3: General, dimensional, electrical, photometric, and life requirements Section 4: Conditions of compliance Section 5: Sampling Section 6: Principles of dimensioning Section 7: Annexes Section 8: Lamp data sheets 1 .4 Bulb shape Nomenclature for bulbs used as envelopes for lamps specified in this standard can be found in IEC Technical Report 60887: Glass bulb designation system for lamps. 1 .5 Definitions For the purpose of this International Standard the following definitions apply: 1 .5.1 type: Lamps which, independent of type of cap, are identical in photometric and electrical characteristics.
1 .5.2 group: Lamps of the same rated wattage, from the same lamp data sheet (normal or high luminous flux), whose rated voltage falls within the same voltage range (e.g. 1 00 V – 1 50 V; 200 V – 250 V). 1 .5.3 white finish: A low-loss white bulb finish, usually applied internally, that provides diffused light. 1 .5.4 manufacturer: An organization making lamps within the scope of this standard at one or more nominated factories, not necessarily in the same country, but having a common quality management. 1 .5.5 production: The number of lamps, within the scope of this standard, manufactured in a factory within a 1 2-month period. 1 .5.6 total production: The number of lamps, within the scope of this standard, manufactured in all the nominated factories of a single manufacturer within a 1 2-month period. 1 .5.7 whole production: The production of all types of lamps within the scope of this standard manufactured during a period of 1 2 months and nominated in a list by the manufacturer for inclusion in any certificate provided by a certification authority. 1 .5.8 batch: All the lamps of one type put forward at one time for test and for checking compliance. 1 .5.9 light centre length: In the sense of this standard and where specified on a lamp data sheet, light centre length is the distance from the geometrical centre of the filament to the contact plate of the cap, including solder. NOTE – This definition applies regardless of the type of cap used. A light centre length specification applies only to lamps with a clear finish. 1 .5.1 0 inspection test quantity (ITQ): The number of lamps to be tested with the intention of determining acceptability, either of the whole production or of the batch, as to dimensional requirements.