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SN EN 55015 : 2000

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LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENT OF RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRICAL LIGHTING AND SIMILAR EQUIPMENT

Superseded date

15-08-2019

Published date

12-01-2013

1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Definitions
4 Limits
   4.1 Frequency ranges
   4.2 Insertion loss
   4.3 Disturbance voltages
   4.4 Radiated electromagnetic disturbances
5 Application of the limits
   5.1 General
   5.2 Indoor luminaires
   5.3 Independent auxiliaries exclusively for use
        with lighting equipment
   5.4 Self-ballasted lamps
   5.5 Outdoor lighting appliances
   5.6 UV and IR radiation appliances
   5.7 Transport lighting
   5.8 Neon and other advertising signs
   5.9 Self-contained emergency lighting luminaires
   5.10 Replaceable conditions for lighting equipment
6 Operating conditions for lighting equipment's
   6.1 General
   6.2 Lighting equipment
   6.3 Supply voltage and frequency
   6.4 Ambient conditions
   6.5 Lamps
   6.6 Replaceable starters
7 Method of insertion loss measurement
   7.1 Circuits for the measurement of insertion loss
   7.2 Measuring arrangement and procedure
   7.3 Luminaire
   7.4 Measurement procedure
8 Method of measurement of disturbance voltages
   8.1 Measuring arrangement and procedure
   8.2 Indoor and outdoor luminaires
   8.3 Independent light regulating devices
   8.4 Independent transformers and convertors for
        incandescent lamp
   8.5 Independent ballasts for fluorescent and other
        discharge lamps
   8.6 Self-ballasted lamps and semi-luminaires
   8.7 UV and IR radiation appliances
   8.8 Self-contained emergency lighting luminaires
   8.9 Independent starters and igniters for
        fluorescent and other discharge lamps
9 Method of measurement of radiated electromagnetic
   disturbances
   9.1 Measuring arrangement and procedure
   9.2 Indoor and outdoor luminaires
   9.3 Independent convertors for incandescent lamps
   9.4 Independent ballasts for fluorescent and other
        discharge lamps
   9.5 Self-ballasted lamps and semi-luminaires
   9.6 UV and IR radiation appliances
   9.7 Self-contained emergency lighting luminaires
10 Interpretation of CISPR radio disturbance limits
   10.1 Significance of a CISPR limit
   10.2 Tests
   10.3 Statistical method of evaluation
   10.4 The banning of sales
Annex A - Electrical and constructional requirements for the
          low-capacitance balance-to-unbalance transformer
Annex ZA (normative) Normative references to international
         publications with their corresponding European
         publications
Figure 1 - Insertion loss measurement on linear and U-type
           fluorescent lamp luminaires
Figure 2 - Insertion loss measurement on circular fluorescent
           lamp luminaires
Figure 3 - Insertion loss measurement on luminaires for
           single-capped fluorescent lamps with integrated
           starter
Figure 4a - Configuration of linear and U-type dummy lamps
Figure 4b - Configuration of circular dummy lamps
Figure 4c - Dummy lamp for 15 mm fluorescent lamps
Figure 4d - Dummy lamp for 15 mm single capped fluorescent
            lamps
Figure 4e - Dummy lamp for single capped fluorescent lamps
            linear shaped, twin tube, tube diameter 12 mm
Figure 4f - Dummy lamp for single capped fluorescent lamps
            linear shaped, quad tube, tube diameter 12 mm
Figure 5 - Measuring arrangements for an independent light
            regulating device, transformer or converter
Figure 6a - Luminaires
Figure 6b - Independent ballasts for fluorescent and other
            discharge lamps
Figure 6 - Measuring arrangements
Figure 7 - Conical metal housing for self-ballasted
            fluorescent lamps
Figure A.1 - Isolation test configuration
Figure A.2a - Balance-to-unbalance transformer circuit
Figure A.2b - Details of transformer core construction
Figure A.2c - Details of transformer core construction
Figure A.2d - Construction of transformer
Table 1 - Minimum values of insertion loss
Table 2a - Disturbance voltage limits at mains terminals
Table 2b - Disturbance voltage limits at load and control
           terminals
Table 3 - Radiated electromagnetic disturbance limits
Table 4 - Sample size and corresponding K factor in a
          non-central t-distribution

Applicable to the emission (radiated and conducted) of radiofrequency disturbances from: - all lighting equipment with a primary function of generating and/or distributing light intended for illumination purposes, and intended either for connection to the low voltage electricity supply or for battery operation; - the lighting part of multi-function equipment where one of the primary functions of this is illumination; - independent auxiliaries exclusively for use with lighting equipment; - UV and IR radiation equipment; - neon advertising signs; - street/flood lighting intended for outdoor use; - transport lighting (installed in buses and trains).

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Status
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