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A-A-2397 - LAMP, PHOTOGRAPHIC (ANSI NO. DDM)
July 12, 1999 - NPFC
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A-A-2395 - LAMP, PHOTOGRAPHIC (ANSI NO. FHS)
July 12, 1999 - NPFC
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ANSI Z80.37 - Ophthalmics - Slit-Lamp Microscopes
December 11, 2017 - ANSI

This American National Standard, together with ISO 15004-1 and ANSI Z80.36, specifies requirements and test methods for slit-lamp microscopes to provide slit illumination and observation under magnification of the eye and its adnexa. This American National Standard is not applicable...

CSA C22.2 NO 1993 - Self-ballasted lamps and lamp adapters
January 1, 2017 - CSA

These requirements are intended to cover both self-ballasted lamps and self-ballasted lamp adapters rated 120 to 347 V AC nominal for connection to screw-base, pin-base, or recessed single contact (RSC or R7) lampholders. These devices are intended for use in accordance with the...

ANSI C82.14 - Lamp Ballasts - Low-Frequency Square Wave Electronic Ballasts - for Metal Halide Lamps
January 1, 2016 - NEMA

This standard provides specifications for and operating characteristics of low-frequency square wave electronic ballasts for metal halide lamps. Electronic ballasts are devices that use semiconductors to control lamp starting and operation. The ballasts operate from multiple supply...

ANSI C82.13 - Lamp Ballasts - Definitions - For Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasts
January 1, 2002 - NEMA

This standard provides definitions of terms used in ANSI C78 and C82 series standards for fluorescent lamps and ballasts. Individual standards may also include additional definitions specific to that standard.

ANSI C78.1435 - Electric Lamps - Projection Lamps - Tungsten - Halogen Lamps with G5.3 Bases
March 27, 2002 - NEMA

This standard consolidates projection lamps with G5.3 bases into a single standard. The lamps contained in this standard are not to be considered as interchangeable, although physically they will all fit the common G5.3 lampholders. The photometry of each lamp is dependent upon...

ANSI C78.51 - Electric Lamps - LED (Light Emitting Diode) Lamps - Method of Designation
January 1, 2016 - NEMA

This standard describes a system for the designation of integrally ballasted Solid State Lighting (SSL) lamps that have standardized characteristics. Lamps with clear, frosted, opaque, or prescription lenses, and with various reflector and/or emitting coatings are covered....

UL 1993 - UL Standard for Safety Self-Ballasted Lamps and Lamp Adapters
January 27, 2017 - UL

These requirements are intended to cover both self-ballasted lamps and self-ballasted lamp adapters rated 120 to 347 V AC nominal for connection to screw-base, pin-base, or recessed single contact (RSC or R7) lampholders. These devices are intended for use in accordance with the...

ANSI C82.3 - Electric Lamps — Reference Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps
January 1, 2016 - NEMA

This standard describes the essential design features and operating characteristics of reference ballasts for fluorescent lamps. The items specified are those that have been found necessary to ensure accurate and reproducible results when either lamps or ballasts are being tested. It...

ANSI C78.52 - Electric Lamps - LED (Light Emitting Diode) Direct Replacement Lamps - Method of Designation
January 1, 2017 - NEMA

This standard describes a system for the designation of LED lamps that are direct replacements for existing ANSI standardized non-LED lamps. Lamps covered in this standard contain LED-based light sources. OLED lamps are not included at this time. Purpose The...

ANSI C78.22 - Incandescent Lamps - A, G, PS, and Similar Shapes with E39 Mogul Screw Bases
January 1, 1995 - NEMA

This standard sets forth the physical and electrical characteristics of the group of incandescent lamps that have A, G, PS, and similar bulb shapes with E39 mogul screw (single- or double-wntact) bases. Only clear, inside frost, and white bulb finishes are acknowledged. Excluded from...

UL 935 - UL Standard for Safety Fluorescent-Lamp Ballasts
May 21, 2001 - UL

These requirements cover ballasts of the resistance, reactance, and electronic (high frequency) types for use with fluorescent lamps involving a potential of 2500 volts or less in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. A fluorescent-lamp ballast may be...

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