NEMA publishes revised electric, incandescent lamp standard
The National Electrical Manufacturers Assn. revises and publishes "American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Incandescent Lamps—Safety Specifications” to conform to IEC Guide 21-2005.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Assn. (NEMA), on behalf of the American Standards Lighting Group, published "American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Incandescent Lamps—Safety Specifications."
These documents revise ANSI_IEC C78.60432, Parts 1, 2, and 3 to conform to IEC Guide 21-2005, specifically Sections 1, 4, and 6. Part 1 of this standard covers tungsten filament lamps for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, Part 2 discusses tungsten halogen lamps for domestic and similar general lighting purposes, and Part 3 covers tungsten halogen lamps
Download ANSI_ANSLG C78. 60432:1-2007, or Part 1, for no charge by visiting NEMA’s Web site .
Download ANSI_ANSLG C78. 60432:2-2007, or Part 2, for no charge by clicking here.
Download ANSI_ANSLG C78. 60432:3-2007, or Part 3, for no charge by clicking here.
Parts 1, 2, and 3 also may be purchased as hardcopies for $20 each.
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