IEC 62612 PDF

IEC Edition CONSOLIDATED. VERSION. VERSION. CONSOLIDÉE. Self-ballasted LED lamps for general lighting services with supply . IECEE Certification & Testing | IEC Standards | IEC /AMD | General Information. This Pakistan Standard was prepared on the basis of IEC: since IEC Standard have been established in and amendment I was issued in October.

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Recommendations for whole product testing or jec testing are under consideration. These performance requirements are additional to the requirements in IEC for self-ballasted LED lamps NOTE 1 safety standard When operated in a luminaire the claimed performance data can deviate from the values established via this standard. For compliance with EMC requirements reference is made to regional requirements.

For relevant standards see Bibliography. Eic dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies.

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For normative references, see IEC Additionally, the following references are applicable: Both will not be repeated here. In addition the following definitions are given. The value and the conditions are specified in this standard, or assigned by the manufacturer or responsible vendor 3.


Life is always published in combination with the failure rate see NOTE 4 and 3.

NOTE 1 LED lamps have a different end of life characteristic than conventional lamps, because they are not subject to sudden lamp failure but will typically dim over time in a gradual way. NOTE 2 The built-in electronic driver, however, may show a sudden end of life failure.

The definition under 3. Dedicated information on the chosen percentage is to be provided by the manufacturer. L70, F50 or L50, F NOTE 2 The actual luminous intensity coupled to a specific beam angle is not an element of this performance standard, but the related luminous flux from which the beam intensity and angle are originated is subject of further testing; via calculation it can be determined whether the rated luminous intensities are realistic within the beam angle specified by the manufacturer.

B Product datasheets 1 or leaflets x x x c Rated life and the related lumen maintenance factor Lx e Failure rate Fxcorresponding to the rated life f Lumen maintenance category Cat A to E, see Clause Marking according to one of both columns is required.

For non-professional purposes, column Aand for professional purposes, column B is applicable. Lamps which are intended for retrofit purposes shall be equipped with adequate means of cooling. Tolerances are based on the CIE MacAdam ellipses as normally applied for compact fluorescent lamps and other discharge lamps.

Both elements are tested. For that reason this standards relies on approximation methods to determine the expected life L50 or L70 of any self-ballasted LED lamp. The actual LED behavior with regard to lumen maintenance may differ considerably per type and per manufacturer.

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A fast initial decrease in lumen output does not automatically imply that a particular LED will not make its rated life. This will give additional insight as to the reliability of the measured values. A self-ballasted LED-lamp is considered having passed the test when the following criteria have been met: See also the text under Clause 11 with regard to the indicated percentage of tested lamps of a total batch F50 or F10 that may fail the requirements of the test.


Five such cycles shall be carried out. At the end of these tests a and b the LED lamp shall operate and remain alight for 15 min and show no physical effects of the temperature cycling such as cracks or delaminating of the label. All LED lamps in the test sample must pass these post treatment criteria. At the end of this time, and after cooling down to room temperature, the lamp shall remain alight for at least 15 min.

The harmonic content is defined as the R. All tests shall be carried out at rated frequency. Unless otherwise specified for a specific purpose by the manufacturer or responsible vendor, lamps shall be operated in free air in a vertical base-up position for all tests including lumen maintenance tests.

In the case of a voltage range, measurements shall be carried out at the mean value. Stable operation has been reached when the temperature of the LED lamp is not increasing more than 5 K per h. Reference is made to document CIE Note Method of measuring the luminous flux of Ifc lamps is under discussion. Annex B has been reserved for a description of an improved method as compared to CIE General requirements and tests.