Abstract: Recently, self ballasted fluorescent lamps for general lighting (commonly known as the "energy-saving lamps") radiation products has become a hot topic of common concern of the public and the lighting industry practitioners, China is the "energy-saving lamps" use and export country, China's "energy saving lamp" products have no standard to follow the international radiation? "Radiation standards of energy-saving lamp products and how?
Recently, self ballasted fluorescent lamps for general lighting (commonly known as the "energy-saving lamps") radiation products has become a hot topic of common concern of the public and the lighting industry practitioners, China is the "energy-saving lamps" use and export country, China's "energy saving lamp" products have no radiation standard international "radiation? The standards of energy-saving lamps products is?" how the actual real situation of energy-saving lamp radiation?
1 domestic and foreign "energy saving lamp" product radiation standards
In addition to safety and performance requirements, the energy-saving lamp products as well as electromagnetic compatibility requirements, the implementation of the standard is GB
17743-2007 limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment, GB
17743-2007 is equivalent to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Special Committee on radio interference CISPR
15:2005+A1:2006, which consists of radiation and conduction of radio frequency disturbance, the 9kHz~300MHz frequency range of electromagnetic radiation harassment requirements. "Energy saving lamp" products such as energy-saving certification testing
GB 17743-2007 has been used as one of the criteria to be assessed.
Internationally, energy-saving lamps in addition to the implementation of CISPR 15, but also the impact of the human body into the scope of the assessment, IEC in 2009 developed a IEC
62493:2009 "evaluation of the electromagnetic radiation of the human body by the lighting equipment", the standard for the measurement of electromagnetic field around the lighting equipment to determine the appropriate evaluation methods, standardized working conditions and measurement distance. European Union
The international standard has been added to the low voltage directive (LVD) among them, since February 2013, lighting equipment exports to Europe, should meet the requirements of this standard.
The National Standardization Technical Committee is lighting the formulation of national standards "lighting equipment for the electromagnetic radiation on the human body evaluation", it is equivalent to IEC 62493:2009, is currently in the draft stage, it includes the evaluation of energy-saving lamps on the electromagnetic radiation on the human body.
2 IEC 62493:2009 "lighting equipment for the evaluation of the electromagnetic radiation of the human body" on the "energy saving lamp" measuring distance, etc.
IEC 62493:2009 "lighting equipment for the evaluation of the human body electromagnetic radiation" for different lighting products provides different measurement distance. For general lighting with self ballasted fluorescent lamps (commonly known as "energy-saving lamps") the measuring distance is 30cm.
62493:2009 standard for measuring devices (conductive ball, protective network, receiver) and its layout is clearly defined. The use of "energy saving lamp" is different from that used by the ear
0. According to this standard, a certain 12W "energy saving lamp" measurement, and Jcap/Jlim evaluation, Jcap said that because of the electric field generated by the current density, Jlim represents the basic limit of current density
The Jcap/Jlim limit value of the standard requirement is 0.85. When the measuring distance is 0, Jcap/Jlim=0.9737 (see Figure 1); when the measuring distance is 30cm, Jcap
/Jlim=0.0864 (see Figure 2); when the measuring distance is 50cm, Jcap/Jlim=0.0504 (see Figure 3). When the measurement distance is 0, Jcap
/Jlim=0.9737>0.85, but 30cm, Jcap/Jlim=0.0864
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