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NEMA - ANSI C136.2

American National Standard for Roadway Lighting Equipment - Luminaires Voltage Classification

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Organization: NEMA
Publication Date: 1 January 1996
Status: inactive
Page Count: 9
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Insulation between current-carrying parts and potentially grounded noncurrent-carrying parts shall meet all of the test requirements described in this standard for the applicable voltage classification. The specified tests are design, not production, tests. They shall be made on at least one luminaire of each design.

Document History

January 1, 2018
Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Dielectric Withstand and Electrical Transient Immunity Requirements
This Standard covers luminaires and control devices classified for up to 600-volt operation1 and intended for use in roadway and area lighting applications. This Standard contains the minimum...
January 1, 2015
Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment — Dielectric Withstand and Electrical Transient Immunity Requirements
This standard covers luminaires and control devices classified for up to 600-volt operation1 and intended for use in roadway and area lighting applications. This standard contains the minimum...
January 1, 2004
For Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment – Luminaire Voltage Classification
This standard covers three voltage classifications for luminaires used in roadway and area lighting. It also covers the general testing methods for determining: a) Dielectric withstand b)...
January 1, 2004
For Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment – Luminaire Voltage Classification
A description is not available for this item.
ANSI C136.2
January 1, 1996
American National Standard for Roadway Lighting Equipment - Luminaires Voltage Classification
Insulation between current-carrying parts and potentially grounded noncurrent-carrying parts shall meet all of the test requirements described in this standard for the applicable voltage...
January 1, 1985
Roadway Lighting - Luminaires - Voltage Classification
A description is not available for this item.

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