IEC 62554:2011+AMD1:2017 CSV (Consolidated version)

Title

Language: EN Sample preparation for measurement of mercury level in fluorescent lamps

Language: FR Préparation des échantillons en vue de la mesure du niveau de mercure dans les lampes fluorescentes

Abstract

Language: EN IEC 62554:2011+A1:2017 specifies sample preparation methods for determining mercury levels in new tubular fluorescent lamps (including single capped, double capped, self-ballasted and CCFL for backlighting) containing 0,1 mg mercury or more. The intended resolution of the methods described in this standard is of the order of 5 %. Mercury level measurement of spent lamps is excluded, as during lamp operation, mercury gradually diffuses into the glass wall and reacts with the glass materials. The test method of this standard does not recover mercury that is diffused into or reacted with or otherwise incorporated irreversibly with the glass wall of discharge tubes. This standard does not contain information on measurement. Measurement is specified in IEC 62321. This consolidated version consists of the first edition (2011) and its amendment 1 (2017). Therefore, no need to order amendment in addition to this publication.

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Language: EN Language: FR
Edition
1.1
Date of issue
18.10.2017
TC 34/SC 34A
ICS Codes
29.140.30
Publication number
62554
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