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Varnost svetilk
DEBELJAK, MARKO (Author), Begeš, Gaber (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Za diplomsko delo se posvetili nizkonapetostni direktivi (LVD– Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC) v kateri so tudi zajeta svetila v harmoniziranemu standardu EN 60589. Omenili pa bomo še direktivo, ki obravanava elektromagnetno združljivost (EMC– Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC), direktivo o omejevanju uporabe nekaterih nevarnih snovi v električni in elektronski opremi (RoHS II- Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC), direktivo o odpadni električni in elektronski opremi (WEEE- Waste Electrical and Electronic equipment 2002/96/EC), ter direktiva po energijski učinkovitosti (ErP- Energy- related prducts Directive 2009/125/EC). Za preskušanje vzorčne svetilke sem se oprli na standard EN 60598-1 (edition 6: 2003), ki je del nizkonapetostne direktive. V prvem delu standarda (ki je ključen za naše preskušanje) so določene splošne zahteve za svetilke, vključene kot električni svetlobni viri pri napajalni napetosti do 1000 V. Zahteve in povezani preskusi standarda pokrivajo: klasifikacijo, mehanične konstrukcije in električne izvedbe. S tem delom standarda zagotovimo niz zahtev in preskusov, ki veljajo kot splošna uporaba različnih vrst svetil in potem jih lahko imenujemo, kot se to zahteva pri podrobnih specifikacijah EN 60598-2. Na koncu pa sem izvedli še preskuse, ki jih je bilo mogoče opraviti v LMK (Laboratorij za Metrologijo in Kakovost), Tržaška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana in s preskusi prišli do primera obrazca, po katerem lahko ugotovimo ustreznost svetilke s standardom EN 60598.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:standard, direktiva, preskus, svetilka
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FE - Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Year:2016
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Language:English
Title:Lamps safety
Abstract:
For diploma we put our attention to low voltage directive (LVD – Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC) into which also illuminants in harmonized standard EN 60589 are included. We will also mention the directive, which manages electromagnetic compatibility (EMC – Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC), directive regarding limitation of use of some dangerous substances in electric and electronic equipment (RoHS II- Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC), directive regarding waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE- Waste Electrical and Electronic equipment 2002/96/EC), and directive about energy efficiency (ErP- Energy- related products Directive 2009/125/EC). For preskusing of sample light we based onto standard EN 60598-1 (edition 6: 2003), which is a part of low voltage directive. In the first part of the standard (key for our preskusing), general requirements for lamps, included as electric light sources at the feeder voltage up to 1.000 V, are defined. Requirements and connected preskuss of the standard cover: classification, mechanical constructions and electrical execution. With this part of the standard we assure series of requirements and preskuss, valid as general use of different parts of lights and can name them afterwards as required in detailed specifications EN 60598-2. Finally we performed preskuss in LMK (Laboratorij za Metrologijo in Kakovost), Tržaška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana and with them formed a sample of form, with which we can determine suitability of the lamp with the standard EN 60598.

Keywords:standard, directive, examination, lamp

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