CENELEC - EN 60061-1
Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the control of interchangeability and safety - Part 1: Lamp caps
|Publication Date:||1 March 1993|
|ICS Code (Lamp caps and holders):||29.140.10|
This British Standard is the UK implementation of EN 60061- 1:1993+A57:2018. It is derived from IEC 60061-1:1969, together with supplements 1A to 1V, and amendments 21 to 57.
NOTE There are no amendments A8 to A20 to EN 60061-1.
This British Standard supersedes BS EN 60061-1:1993+A53:201
The UK participation in its preparation was entrusted to Technical Committee CPL/34/2, Lamp caps and holders.
A list of organizations represented on this committee can be obtained on request to its secretary.
All pages of the IEC text are reproduced here. However, note that CENELEC common modifications apply and that they consist of the deletion of data sheets for non-European lamp caps, holders and associated gauges (i.e. E11, E12, E17/20, E26 and E39).
The amendment by which each page of the European Standard was introduced is indicated by an extension to the shoulder heading at the top of the page (e.g. 60061-1 Amend. 49 (c) CEI/IEC:2013). Where no such extension appears, the page is part of the original European Standard.
The numerical identification of the data sheets is achieved by the use of three numbers, which appear at the foot of each sheet, the significance of which is as follows.
The part of BS EN 60061 in which they appear is identified by the first number, i.e.
7004 Part 1 Lamp caps
7005 Part 2 Lamp holders
7006 Part 3 Gauges
7007 Part 4 Guidelines and general information
The sequence, which may not be continuous, in which data sheets appear is identified by the second number. The issue number of an individual data sheet is identified by the third number. For example, 7004-10-5 describes a B22 bayonet cap appearing in Part 1 of BS EN 60061, the current data sheets being the fifth issue.
To facilitate reproduction, pages from IEC 60061-1 containing dual language text have been used in the production of this part of BS EN 60061.
This publication does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract. Users are responsible for its correct application.