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MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, EXTERNAL COMMERCE AND SERVICES
INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE METROLOGIA, QUALIDADE E TECNOLOGIA-INMETRO
Ordinance no. 20, February 15, 2017
THE PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF METROLOGY, QUALITY AND
TECHNOLOGY – INMETRO, is using its powers conferred in paragraph 3 of art. 4 of law no. 5,966,
December 11, 1973, subheadings I and IV art. 3 of law No. 9,933, December 20, 1999, and in item V of art.
18 of the Procedural Structure of the Institution, approved by Decree no. 6,275, November 28, 2007;
Considering sub-paragraph f of sub-item 4.2 of the Conformity Evaluation Brazilian System Reference
Term, approved by Conmetro Resolution no. 4, of December 2nd, 2002, which assigns Inmetro with the
competence to establish the guidelines and criteria for the process of conformity evaluation;
Whereas art. 5 of law no. 9,933/1999, which obliges natural and legal persons acting in the market to
comply with the regulating actions and Technical Regulations issued by Conmetro and Inmetro;
Considering that it is the obligation of every supplier to offer safe products for the national market,
complying with law no. 8,078, September 11, 1990, regardless of the full compliance with the minimum
requirements established by the regulatory party, and that the certification performed by a certification
body accredited by Inmetro does not delete this responsibility;
Considering the need to comply with the Law no. 10,295, from the 17th of October 2001, through the
National Policy for the Maintenance and Rational Use of Energy and the Decree no.4,059, from the 19th of
December 2001, which regulates it;
Considering the impact of consumption in public lighting on the national energy matrix;
Whereas the Ministerial Order Inmetro paragraph 164, April 5, 2012, that informs that objects subject to
conformity assessment, under the Brazilian Labeling Program (PBE), must bear, at the point of sale, so that
it is clearly visible to the consumer, the Energy Conservation National Label (ENCE), published in Official
Gazette of April 10, 2012, section 01, pages 54 to 55;
Considering the need to check the safety of consumers seeking the prevention of accidents;
Considering the importance of lighting fixtures for road public lighting sold in the country meeting
minimum requirements of performance and security requirements, the following is resolved:
Art. 1 Approve the Quality Technical Regulation for Lighting Fixtures for Road Public Lighting, inserted in
Annex I of this Ministerial Order, which establishes the mandatory requirements regarding the performance
and security of the product, available at http://www.inmetro.gov.br/legislacao.
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Art. 2 The lighting fixtures suppliers for road public lighting shall comply with the provisions of the now
approved Regulation.
Art. 3 Every lighting fixture for road public lighting, within the scope of the now approved Regulation,
shall be manufactured, imported, distributed and sold so as not to offer risks that compromise the security of
the consumer, regardless of the full compliance of the requirements established in this Regulation.
§ 1 These Requirements apply to the following types of lighting fixtures destined for road public lighting:
I – Lighting fixtures with discharge lamps up to 600 W;
II – Lighting fixtures with LED technology.
§ 2 The following types of lighting fixtures are excluded from these Requirements: I – Lighting fixtures of
fixed general use;
II – Embedded lighting fixtures;
III – Portable lighting fixtures for general use;
IV – Lighting fixtures with embedded transformers for tungsten filament lamps; V – Portable lighting
fixtures for garden use;
VI – Lighting fixtures for lighting studios related to stages, television and cinema (indoor and outdoor); VII
– Lighting fixtures for pools and similar applications;
VIII – Lighting fixtures for emergency lighting;
IX – Lighting fixtures with extra-low voltage lighting for filament lamps;
X – Lighting fixtures for use at hospital clinics and health facilities.
Art. 4 The demands of the now approved Regulation shall not apply to lighting fixtures for road public
lighting which are exclusively destined for export.
Sole paragraph. The finished products destined exclusively for export shall be packaged and identified
unequivocally, with supporting documents of its destination.
Art. 5 The now approved Regulation applies to the following links on the productive chain of lighting
fixtures for road public lighting, with the following obligations/responsibilities:
§ 1 To the national manufacturer, who shall only manufacture and provide, free of charge or not, lighting
fixtures for road public lighting according to the requirements of the now approved Regulation.
§ 2 To the importer, who shall only import and provide, free of charge or not, lighting fixtures for road
public lighting according to the requirements of the now approved Regulation.
§ 3 All links in the productive and supply chain of lighting fixtures for road public lighting, including
commerce in physical or virtual establishments, shall maintain the integrity of the product, its mandatory
markings, instructions for use, warnings, recommendations and packages, preserving compliance with the
requirements of the now approved Regulation.
§ 4 If a link plays more than one role in the productive and supply chain, among the previously mentioned
ones, its responsibilities are added.
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Art. 6 The lighting fixtures for road public lighting manufactured, imported, distributed and sold in national
territory, free of charge or not, are mandatory to be submitted, to a conformity evaluation, by means of a
certification mechanism, after the deadline established in art. 15 of this Ministerial Order.
§ 1 The Conformity Evaluation Requirements for Lighting Fixtures for Road Public Lighting are
established in Annex II of this Ministerial Order, available at http://www.inmetro.gov.br/legislacao.
§ 2 The certification does not exempt the supplier of the exclusive responsibility for the safety of the
product.
Art. 7 Complying with the legislation in force and for compliance with the provisions in this Ministerial
Order, the national manufacturers which are rated as micro-companies and small companies, are given
differentiated and facilitated treatment, by means of defining different conformity evaluation models.
Art. 8 After the certification, the lighting fixtures for road public lighting manufactured, imported,
distributed and sold in national territory, free of charge or not, shall be registered with Inmetro, considering
Ministerial Order no. 521 of November 7, 2016, or subsequent ones, observing the deadline established in
art. 15 of this Ministerial Order.
§ 1 Obtaining the registry is a condition for the authorisation for using the Identification Label of
Conformity on certified products and for providing them in the national market.
§ 2 The applicable Identification Label of Conformity models for lighting fixtures for road public lighting
are in Annex III of this Ministerial Order, available at http://www.inmetro.gov.br/legislacao.
Art. 9 The lighting fixtures for road public lighting imported under the now approved Regulation shall be
subjected to a non-automatic import licensing regime, and the importer shall obtain permission from
Inmetro, considering Inmetro Ministerial Order no. 18 of January 14, 2016, or subsequent ones, observing
the deadline established in art. 15 of this Ministerial Order.
§ 1 Obtaining the Registry with Inmetro, as established in art. 8, is a previous condition for importing the
product.
§ 2 The shipping date of the goods on the departure country shall be considered for compliance purposes of
the deadline established in art. 15.
Art. 10. All the lighting fixtures for road public lighting in the scope of the now approved Regulation shall
be subjected, in the whole national territory, to the market follow-up actions performed by Inmetro and the
public law bodies bound to it by arrangement of delegation.
Art. 11. Infractions to the provisions of this Ministerial Order shall be analysed and may trigger penalties
foreseen in Law no. 9,933/1999.
Sole paragraph. Enforcement shall observe the time limits set in articles 15 and 16 of this order.
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Art. 12. The market follow-up actions may be conducted through different methods and samples from the
ones used for the certification of the product, and the possibility of defence and appeal, foreseen in the
specific legislation, remains.
§ 1 All the lighting fixtures for road public lighting manufactured, imported, distributed and sold in national
territory shall be safe and fully comply with the now approved Regulation.
§ 2 The supplier holding the registry shall be responsible for resetting the product samples, eventually
removed from the market by Inmetro or its delegate bodies, for purposes of follow-up.
§ 3 The supplier holding the registry who has samples submitted for market follow-up shall account to
Inmetro, when requested, or administratively notified, all information required within a maximum deadline
of 10 (ten) working days.
Art. 13. Should Inmetro identifies irregularities in products during the market follow-up actions, it shall
notify the supplier holding the registry, determining the need of provisions and its respective deadlines.
Sole paragraph. The notification mentioned in the caput is not related to the administrative process
subsequent to the irregularity found and will not interfere in the application of penalties.
Art. 14. In the case that the irregularity is considered systemic or of a potential risk to safety of consumers
or the environment, Inmetro may determine, to the supplier holding the registry, that the product shall be
removed from the market, as well as reporting the fact to the competent consumer defence bodies.
Art. 15. From 18 (eighteen) months, from the date of publication of this Order, national manufacturers and
importers shall manufacture or import, to the national market, only lighting fixtures for road public lighting
in compliance with the provisions found in this Ministerial Order.
Sole paragraph. From 6 (six) months, from the end of the deadline established in the caput, manufacturers
and importers shall sell, in the national market, only lighting fixtures for road public lighting in compliance
with the provisions found in this Ministerial Order.
Art. 16. From 36 (thirty-six) months, from the date of publication of this Order, the establishments that
distribute or sell shall sell, in the national market, only lighting fixtures for road public lighting in
compliance with the provisions found in this Ministerial Order.
Sole paragraph. The determination contained in the caput shall not apply to manufacturers and importers,
who must comply with the time limits specified in the preceding article.
Art. 17. Even during the established deadlines, the national manufacturers and importers shall remain
responsible for the safety of the lighting fixtures for road public lighting available in the national market
and shall be held accountable for any accident or incident with consumers, depending on the risks the
product presents.
Sole paragraph. The responsibility described in the caput shall not end and shall not be transferred for the
Conformity Assessment Body or Inmetro, in any case, with the end of the deadlines established in articles
15 and 16 of this Ministerial Order.
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Art. 18. The Public Consultations which gathered input from society in general for the elaboration of the
now approved Regulation, were disclosed by Inmetro Order no. 478, of September 27, 2013, section 01,
page 79, and by Order no. 317, of July 1, 2015, published in the Union Official Journal – UOJ of July 2,
2015, section 01, page 56.
Art. 19. This Ministerial Order shall come into force upon the date of its publication in the Union Official
Journal.
CARLOS AUGUSTO DE AZEVEDO
APPENDIX I OF THE INMETRO ORDINANCE NO. 20/2017
ANNEX I
TECHNICAL REGULATION OF QUALITY FOR LIGHTING FIXTURES FOR
ROAD PUBLIC LIGHTING
1
OBJECTIVE
Establishing the technical requirements that must be met by Lighting Fixtures for Road Public Lighting,
using Discharge Lamps or LED Technology, which operate with AC or DC power supply, with an
independent or embedded control system, aiming for energy efficiency and safety when using them.
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DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this TRQ, the following definitions shall be adopted, complemented by the definitions
in the documents mentioned in item 3.
2.1 Escape current
The current that may occur between each connection of the power supply and the lighting fixture body,
during normal operation.
2.2 AC or DC electronic control device for LED modules - Controller Unit inserted between the
power supply and one or more LED modules, which is intended to power by voltage or current the LED
module(s). The unit may be composed of one or more separate components and may include means for
dimmer, power factor correction and radio interference suppression. It may be embedded, or not, in the
lighting fixture's body.
2.2.1
Independent Controller
Controller consisting of one or more separate components, developed to be assembled separately from the
lighting fixture, with protections according to its markings and without any additional encapsulation.
2.2.2
Embedded Controller
Especially designed controller for being installed inside the lighting fixture, body or any similar enclosure.
The compartment on the base of the public lighting fixture where the controller is installed is also
considered to be an enclosure;
Note: Embedded controllers, which form a non-replaceable part of a lighting fixture and which cannot be
tested separately from the lighting fixture, cannot be approved without the lighting fixture.
2.3 Lighting fixtures with LED technology
Total lighting unit, that is, light source with its respective control and power sources together with the parts
that distribute light, position them and protect the light source. A lighting fixture with LED technology
contains one or more LED, an optical system for light distribution, electronic system for power and devices
for control and installation.
2.4 LED
The light emitting diodes, devices known for the abbreviation in the English language LED (Light Emitting
Diode), are semiconductors in solid state which convert electric power directly into light.
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2.4.1
LED die or LED chip – LED semiconductor part.
2.4.2
– Led (LED package) – unitary component including one or more LED chips, and containing the
optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical elements necessary.
2.4.3
– LED module – light source containing one or more LED in a printed circuit, and containing
the optical, thermal, mechanical and electrical elements necessary, however, without socket.
2.5 Lighting flow maintenance
Remaining lighting flow (usually shown as a percentage of the initial lighting flow) about any operation
time selected. The lighting flow maintenance complements the flow depreciation, that is, the sum of both is
always 1 or 100%.
2.6 Live part
Conductor part that may cause electric shock under normal operation. However, the neutral conductor is
considered a live part.
2.7 Rated power
Power of the device declared by the manufacturer shown in watts (W).
2.8 Secondary optical system
Devices that allow you to direct the light beams generated by the primary source to the application location.
2.9 Maximum operating temperature of the LED controller enclosure (tc) Maximum temperature
admissible, which may occur on the external surface of the LED controller (on the indicated location, if
marked), under normal operating conditions, at the rated voltage or the maximum voltage in the range of
the rated voltage.
2.10 Rated maximum room temperature (ta)
Temperature established by the manufacturer as the maximum room temperature on which a lighting
fixture may operate in normal conditions.
Note – this does not exclude the temporary operation at a temperature between ta and ta + 10 °C.
2.11 Rated life of the lighting flow maintenance – Lp
Operation time, in hours, in which the lighting fixture with LED technology shall reach the percentage "p"
of the initial lighting flow. The declaration of the lighting flow maintenance may be defined as the
categories displayed below:
L80 (h): time for the lighting fixture to reach 80% of the initial lighting flow;
L70 (h): time for the lighting fixture to reach 70 % of the initial lighting flow.
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS REGARDING SAFETY
The safety requirements are described in Annexes I-A and I-B of this Regulation.
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4 TECHNICAL
(PERFORMANCE)
REQUIREMENTS
REGARDING
LIGHTING
EFFICIENCY
The lighting efficiency requirements (performance) are described in Annexes I-A and I-B of this
Regulation.
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ANNEX I-A – TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ROAD PUBLIC LIGHTING WHICH USE
DISCHARGE LAMPS
A – SAFETY TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
A.1 – Markings and instructions
A.1.1 The markings should be according to ABNT NBR 15129, engraved in a readable and indelible
way on the lighting fixture. Additionally, the lighting fixtures should display the following information:
-
Manufacturer serial number of the lighting fixture;
-
Model of the lighting fixture;
-
ENCE label.
A.1.2 The instructions booklet should display, in addition to the markings foreseen in ABNT NBR
15129, the following information:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
name and/or marking of the supplier;
model or code of the supplier;
photometric rating, with indication of the corresponding elevation angle;
rated power, in watts;
rated voltage interval, in volts;
rated frequency, in hertz;
country of origin of the product;
user instructions regarding the electrical installation, handling and recommended cares;
information regarding the importer or distributor;
warranty of the product, from the consumer's purchase receipt, being of, at least, 60 months;
expiration date for storage undetermined;
type of protection against electric shock;
ENCE label;
guidelines for obtaining the IES file from photometry.
A.1.3
The lighting fixtures packages, should they exist, should display the ENCE label.
A.2 – Specific conditions
The lighting fixtures should be present completely assembled and connected, ready for being connected to
the distribution grid at the specified voltage.
A.3 Materials
A.3.1
Lamp holder
A.3.1.1 The body must be made of porcelain, the conductor parts must be made of nickel-plated brass
with E-27/27 or E-40/40 threads, central contact, with spring effect and anti-vibration device, terminals
and screws to attach the conductors, in nickel-plated brass, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60238.
A.3.1.2 Appropriate reference brands must be foreseen for adjustable optical parts or lamp holders, in
compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60238.
A.3.2
Internal and external wiring
The manufacturer must prove that the internal and external wiring comply with the provisions of ABNT
NBR 15129. The lighting fixture must already have the necessary internal wiring for its connection,
identifying the cable corresponding to the lamp's central contact.
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A.3.3
Socket for photoelectric relay (when applicable)
The socket must be made of electrically insulated material and its contacts must be made of tin-plated brass
and appropriate for supporting rated voltage of 10 A. The compliance is verified by means of testing
according to ABNT NBR 5123.
A.4 Protection degree
A.4.1 The enclosure of the lighting fixture must guarantee the protection degree against entrance of
dust, solid objects and humidity, according to the classification of the lighting fixture and the IP code
marked in the lighting fixture, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.4.2
The lighting fixtures must display the following minimum protection degrees:
-
IP-65 for the optical compartment;
-
IP-44 for the reactor compartment.
A.5 Electrical characteristics
A.5.1
Voltage increase on the lamp terminals for the lighting fixture being tested
A.5.1.1 The voltage increase on the reference sodium vapour lamp, when installed on a lighting fixture
powered at the rated voltage, should not exceed the maximum values specified in Table 1.
Table 1 – Arc voltage increase on the lamp, high pressure sodium vapour
Lamp power at
220 V (W)
70
100
150
250
400
Arc voltage
maximum increase
(V)
Tubular
5
7
7
10
12
Arc voltage maximum increase (V)
– Diffuse or clear elliptical covering
5
5
5
10
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A.5.1.2 A reference lamp should be selected among seasoned lamps with reference reactor. The
reference lamp is a lamp that presents measured electrical characteristics (voltage, power and current
values) within a range of ± 2% regarding the rated values in the characteristics sheet of the respective
lamp. The testing is conducted in compliance of ABNT NBR IEC 60662.
A.5.1.3 The reference lamp should work with a reference reactor as specified for the type of lamp
submitted for testing, outdoors and with an environment temperature of (25 ± 5) °C, for a period of at
least 60 minutes and until the lamp stabilises.
A.5.2
Dielectric strength
A.5.2.1 After the insulation resistance testing foreseen in item A.5.3, the lighting fixture should be
submitted for dielectric strength testing in compliance of ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.5.2.2 A practically sinusoidal voltage, of 50 Hz or 60 Hz frequency, and with values specified in the
standard, should be applied, for 1 minute, through the insulations shown in Table 2.
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A.5.2.3 The overcurrent protection device should not act when the exit current is under 100 mA.
A.5.2.4 In the class II lighting fixtures, including both reinforced insulation and double insulation, the
voltage applied to the reinforced insulation should not excessively request the basic insulation or the
supplementary insulation.
A.5.2.5 These requirements should not be applied to the lighting aid devices connected to the supply
grid, if they are not live parts.
A.5.2.6 For lighting fixtures with igniter, the dielectric strength of the lighting fixtures parts which are
electrically requested by the voltage pulse is verified with the igniter operating, to guarantee that the
lighting fixture insulation, the wiring and similar parts are appropriate.
A.5.2.7 For lighting fixtures with igniter and lamp holder which, according to the lamp holder
manufacturer instructions, reach its maximum protection at the pulse voltage only with the lamp inserted,
a lamp simulation should be used for this testing.
Table 2 – Dielectric strength testing
Parts insulation
EBTS/SELV:
Between conductor parts of different polarities
Between conductor parts and the assembly surface (*)
Between conductor parts and lighting fixture metal
parts
Others not-EBTS/SELV:
Between live parts of different polarities
Testing voltage (V)
Class 0 and I
Class II
Class III
lighting
lighting
lighting
fixtures
fixtures
fixtures
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
500
-
Between live parts and the assembly surface (*)
‘‘b’’
Between live parts and lighting fixture metal parts
‘‘b’’
-
Between live parts which can become of different
‘‘b’’
polarities by a switching action.
Basic insulation for EBTS/SELV voltage(a)
Basic insulation for voltages different than
2U + 1000
EBTS/SELV (b)
Supplementary insulation (c)
2U + 1750
Double or reinforced insulation (d)
2U + 2750
(*) The assembly surface is covered with a metal sheet for performing this testing.
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A.5.3
Insulation resistance
A.5.3.1 Immediately after the insulation resistance testing foreseen in item 9.3. of ABNT NBR IEC
60598-1, the lighting fixture should be submitted for insulation resistance testing in compliance of ABNT
NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.5.3.2 The insulation resistance should not be under the values specified in Table 3.
A.5.3.3 The insulation between live parts and class II lighting fixture body should not be tested if the
basic insulation and the supplementary insulation can be separately tested.
Table 3 – Insulation resistance testing
Minimum insulation resistance (MΩ)
Class 0 and
I lighting
fixtures
Class II
lighting
fixtures
Class III
lighting
fixtures
Between conductor parts of different polarities
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
Between conductor parts and the assembly surface (*)
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
Between conductor parts and lighting fixture metal parts
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’
-
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
-
Between live parts and lighting fixture metal parts
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
-
Between live parts which can become of different
polarities by a switching action.
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
-
Parts insulation
EBTS/SELV
Others not-EBTS/SELV
Between live parts of different polarities
Between live parts and the assembly surface (*)
Basic insulation for EBTS/SELV voltage(a)
1
Basic insulation for voltages different than EBTS/SELV
(b)
2
Supplementary insulation (c)
3
Double or reinforced insulation (d)
4
(*) The assembly surface is covered with a metal sheet for performing this testing.
A.5.3.4 These requirements should not be applied to the lighting aid devices connected to the supply
grid, if they are not live parts.
A.5.4
Electromagnetic and radio frequency interference
Filters should be foreseen for suppressing electromagnetic and radio frequency interference, in compliance
with the requirements of CISPR-15.
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A.5.4.1 The electromagnetic reactors for discharge lamps should comply with the requirements in
compliance with the Inmetro Ministerial Order in force.
A.5.5
Protection against external mechanical impacts
The lighting fixtures should have a resistance to external mechanical impacts corresponding to, at least, the
IK08 protection degree, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 62262. After applying the impacts, the
samples should not present fissures or cracks along its structure.
B
- PERFORMANCE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
B.1 Photometric characteristics
B.1.1 The testing for determining the lighting distribution and the lighting fixtures lighting flow
should be performed following the horizontal and vertical angles described below:
Horizontal angles: 0° - 5° - 10° - 15° - 20° - 25° - 30° - 35° - 40° - 45° - 50° - 55° - 60° - 65° -70° - 75° - 80°
- 85° - 90° - 95° - 100° - 105° - 110° - 115° - 120° - 125° - 130° - 135° - 140° - 145°- 150° - 155° - 160° 165° - 170° - 175° - 180° - 185° - 190° - 195° - 200° - 205° - 210° - 215° -220° - 225° - 230° - 235° - 240°
- 245° - 250° - 255° - 260° - 265° - 270° - 275° - 280° - 285° -290° - 295° - 300° - 305° - 310° - 315° - 320°
- 325° - 330° - 335° - 340° - 345° - 350° - 355°.
Vertical angles: 0° - 2,5° - 5° - 7,5° - 10° - 12,5° - 15° - 17,5° - 20° - 22,5° - 25° - 27,5° - 30° -32,5° - 35° 37,5° - 40° - 41° - 42° - 43° - 44° - 45° - 46° - 47° - 48° - 49° - 50° - 51° - 52° - 53° -54° - 55° - 56° - 57° 58° - 59° - 60° - 61° - 62° - 63° - 64° - 65° - 66° - 67° - 68° - 69° - 70° - 71° -72° - 73° - 74° - 75° - 76° - 77°
- 78° - 79° - 80° - 82,5° - 85° - 87,5° - 90° - 92,5° - 95° - 97,5° -100° - 102,5° - 105° - 110° - 112,5° - 115°
- 117,5° - 120°.
B.1.2
The assembly of the lighting fixture for the photometry should correspond with the assembly on
a horizontal or vertical support, according to the type of lighting fixture. Furthermore, in the case of
lighting fixtures with elevation regulation, the photometry should be performed by regulating the angle
specified by the manufacturer, which must be displayed in the testing report.
B.1.3
Symmetry should be applied to the lighting distribution, in relation to the vertical plane
transversal to the road, before the ratings are performed, since the conditions of item B.1.4 are met, and
the testing reports should display the results considering the application of symmetry.
B.1.4
Lighting distributions in which the lighting intensity, on the side of the vertical plane transversal
to the road which is not at its maximum lighting intensity, does not reach 80% of the maximum intensity
value, shall be considered failures. In this case, no symmetry should be applied to the distributions and no
ratings should be performed.
B.2 Rating the lighting intensity distributions
The lighting fixtures are rated according to ABNT NBR 5101, regarding the transversal and longitudinal
distributions, and to the distribution control, according to Table 4.
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Table 4 – Rating the lighting intensity distributions according to ABNT NBR 5101
Transversal distribution
Longitudinal distribution
Lighting intensity distribution
control
Type I / II / III
Short/Medium/Long
Totally limited / Limited / Semi-limited
B.3 Photometric measurements
B.3.1 .1 Energy efficiency of lighting fixtures with discharge lamps
The energy efficiency is the ratio between the measured variables of the lighting fixture lighting flow (lm)
and the total power consumed (W). The measurement should be performed after the lighting fixture
stabilisation period at the testing voltage. The lighting fixtures should present the minimum acceptable
value measured (lm/W) in relation to the level of energy efficiency (lm/W) in Annex IV of this Regulation
and the Energy Efficiency measured cannot be below 90% of the declared Energy Efficiency value.
B.3.2
Lighting distribution control
The lighting distribution control is achieved by the ratio, in percentage, of the stronger lighting intensity at
the angles or between them, specified in Table 5, by the sum of the lamp's lighting flow.
Table 5 – Lighting distribution control
LIGHTING DISTRIBUTION CONTROL - LDC
LDC(%) = (Cd x 100) / lamp flow
ENCE
Metal vapour lighting fixture
above 90º
0
Totally
limited
above 80º until 90º
≤ 10
above 90º
≤ 2.5
Limited
above 80º until 90º
≤ 10
Above 90º
≤5
Semi-limited Above 80º until
≤ 20
90º
B.3.2.1 The LDC rating should be informed corresponding to the possible elevation angles at the
installation, among the following: 0°, 5°, 10°, 15°.
B.3.3
Road and sidewalk uniformity index
The lighting fixture uniformity index consists on the ratio between the minimum illuminance and the
medium illuminance, within the standard field area, according to Annex A1 of this TRQ.
Indexes:
IUv – Lighting fixture uniformity index projected on a standard road;
IUc – Lighting fixture uniformity index projected on a standard sidewalk.
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B.4 Thermal characteristics and durability
For performing the testing of this item, an electromagnetic reactor should be used and the drilling should
enable the fixation of the different electromagnetic reactor models foreseen for the lighting fixture. The
supplier shall provide these reactors for the testing mentioned in this TRQ.
B.4.1
Durability testing
B.4.1.1 The lighting fixture with the lamp shall be tested for a period of 168 h, for 7 cycles of 24 h,
being powered with grid power of 242 V, staying on for 21 h and off for 3 h, in compliance of item 13 of
the ABNT NBR 15129.
B.4.1.2 A failure shall be considered if after the 7 cycles the lighting fixture presents deterioration or
singeing in any of its components and does not meet the temperature conditions for the lamp holder,
specified in Table 6.
B.4.2.2 Thermal testing (normal operation)
The lighting fixtures maximum temperature, when tested at temperatures of (25 ± 1) ºC, with the lamp of
stronger lighting flow for which it is specified, should not exceed the values measured on points according
to Table 6, as well as established in compliance with item 13 of ABNT NBR 15129.
Table 6 – Maximum temperature values
Measurement points
Refractor
in polycurve and curve
glass
Lamp base
Housing (internal, next to
the igniter and capacitor)
Lamp bulb
Lamp holder
Type of lighting fixture
For lamps of sodium For lamps of sodium
For lamps of
vapour (W) 70 W /
vapour (W) 150 W / sodium vapour (W)
100 W
250 W
400 W
- Polycarbonate: 80 °C - Polycarbonate: 80 °C
- Flat glass: 200 °C
- Flat glass: 200 °C
210 °C
250 °C
200 °C
250 °C
75 °C
400 °C
160 °C
Note: For lighting fixtures that can operate with lamps of different powers, the measurements should be
performed with the most powerful one.
B.4.3
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation (UV)
B.4.3.1 - Refractors which do not protect against UV-rays and are not uniform on its thickness shall not
be accepted, so as to avoid distortions on the photometric curve. The refractor material quality shall be
proven be the supplier by means of testing in an accredited laboratory.
B.4.3.2 The polymer components subjected to weather exposure shall be submitted to the artificial
weather testing, in compliance with ASTM G154.
B.4.3.3 For any polymer material of external application on the product, including the refractor and
lenses, the provisions in standard ASTM G154, cycle 3, shall be followed, on the UV chamber with an
exposure period of 2,016 hours.
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B.4.3.4 For the specific case of polymer refractors, its transparency shall not be below 90% of the initial
value.
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ANNEX A1
Figure 1 represents the standard field and Table 8 the dimensions of this field, according to the power and
transversal distribution of the lighting fixture.
Lighting
fixture
Lighting fixture
Sidewalk
Road
Standard field
Figure 1 – Standard field
Table 8 – Dimensions of the standard field
DIMENSIONS OF THE STANDARD FIELD FOR IP LIGHTING FIXTURES - ROAD USE
D - Distance
L - Road width
Lighting fixture
H - Assembly
between posts
power (W)
height (m)
Type I
Type II
Type III
(m)
70 and 100
7.5
36
150 and 250
8.5
36
1H
1.25H
1.5H
400
12
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ANNEX I-B – TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ROAD PUBLIC LIGHTING WHICH USE
LED TECHNOLOGY
A – SAFETY TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
A.1 – Markings and instructions
A.1.1 The markings should be according to ABNT NBR 15129, engraved in a readable and indelible
way on the lighting fixture. Additionally, the lighting fixtures should display the following information:
-
Manufacturer serial number of the lighting fixture;
-
Model of the lighting fixture;
-
ENCE label.
A.1.2 The instructions booklet should display, in addition to the markings foreseen in ABNT NBR
15129, the following information:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
name and/or marking of the supplier;
model or code of the supplier;
photometric rating, with indication of the corresponding elevation angle;
rated power, in watts;
rated voltage interval, in volts;
rated frequency, in hertz;
country of origin of the product;
information about the controller (brand, model, power, rated electrical current);
user instructions regarding the electrical installation, handling and recommended cares;
information regarding the importer or distributor;
warranty of the product, from the consumer's purchase receipt, being of, at least, 60 months;
expiration date for storage undetermined;
type of protection against electric shock;
ENCE label;
lifespan expectation (h) which corresponds to the maintenance of the lighting flow at 70% (L70) or
80 % (L80);
guidelines for obtaining the IES file from photometry.
A.1.3 The controller shall have markings in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 61347-2-13 and ABNT
NBR 16026.
A.1.4
The lighting fixtures packages, should they exist, should display the ENCE label.
A.2 – Specific conditions
The lighting fixtures should be present completely assembled and connected, ready for being connected to
the distribution grid at the specified voltage.
A.2.1
Materials
A.2.1.1 Internal and external wiring
The internal and external wiring shall comply with the provisions of ABNT NBR 15129.
A.2.1.2 Socket for photoelectric relay (when applicable)
This component shall be in compliance with ABNT NBR 5123.
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A.3 Protection degree
A.3.1 The enclosure of the lighting fixture must guarantee the protection degree against entrance of
dust, solid objects and humidity, according to the classification of the lighting fixture and the IP code
marked in the lighting fixture, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.3.2 The housings of the vital parts (LED, secondary optical system and controller) shall have at least
an IP-66 protection degree. Lighting fixtures shall be tested, for this item, in compliance with ABNT
NBR IEC 60598-1.
Note: If the controller is an IP-65, or above, the controller housing in the lighting fixture shall be at least
IP-44.
A.4 Operating conditions
A.4.1
a)
Lighting fixtures shall be designed to work under the following operating conditions:
altitude under 1,500 m;
b) environment air medium temperature, within a 24 h period, under +35 °C;
c)
environment air temperature between -5 °C e +50 °C;
d) relative air humidity up to 100%.
A.4.1.1 Operating conditions out of the limits specified in A.4.1 shall be defined case-by-case, according
to the region or application.
A.4.2
Packaging
A.4.2.1 The lighting fixtures shall be packed separately in packages appropriate for the type of transport
(when applicable) and the normal loading, unloading, handling and storage operations.
A.4.2.2 The packages shall be identified externally with the following minimum information, marked in
a readable and indelible way:
a)
name and/or marking of the supplier;
b) model or type of lighting fixture;
c)
CNPJ and address of the supplier;
d) Gross weight;
e)
Stacking capacity and position;
f)
ENCE.
A.5 – Electrical characteristics
A.5.1
- Dielectric strength
A.5.1.1 After the insulation resistance testing foreseen in item A.5.2, the lighting fixture should be
submitted for dielectric strength testing in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.5.1.2 A practically sinusoidal voltage, of 50 Hz or 60 Hz frequency, and with values specified in
Table 1, should be applied, for 1 minute, through the insulations shown in the same table.
A.5.1.3 The overcurrent protection device should not act when the exit current is under 100 mA.
A.5.1.4 In the class II lighting fixtures, including both reinforced insulation and double insulation, the
voltage applied to the reinforced insulation should not excessively request the basic insulation or the
supplementary insulation.
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Table 1 – Dielectric strength testing
Parts insulation
EBTS/SELV:
Between conductor parts of different polarities
Between conductor parts and the assembly surface (*)
Between conductor parts and lighting fixture metal parts
Others not-EBTS/SELV:
Between live parts of different polarities
Testing voltage (V)
Class 0 and
Class II
Class III
I lighting
lighting
lighting
fixtures
fixtures
fixtures
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and
‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
500
-
Between live parts and the assembly surface (*)
‘‘b’’
Between live parts and lighting fixture metal parts
‘‘b’’
Between live parts which can become of different
polarities by a switching action.
‘‘b’’
-
-
-
Basic insulation for EBTS/SELV voltage(a)
Basic insulation for voltages different than EBTS/SELV
2U** + 1,000
(b)
Supplementary insulation (c)
2U** + 1,750
Double or reinforced insulation (d)
4U** + 2,750
(*) The assembly surface is covered with a metal sheet for performing this testing. (**) U, in this
case, it is the rated voltage between the line and the neutral of a grounded neutral power system.
A.5.1.5 In the case of lighting fixtures with accessible insulating parts, the standard indicates that these
parts should be wrapped with a metal sheet and the voltage is applied between the metal sheet and the live
parts. For more details, see the standard ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
A.5.1.6 When the Dielectric strength testing is being performed on lighting fixtures with an electronic
control device for LED, the rated voltage of the LED circuit may be above the lighting fixtures power
voltage values. Under these circumstances, the rated voltage of the LED circuit shall be used instead of U
for calculating the testing voltage.
NOTE: ―U‖ = work voltage
A.5.1.7 For lighting fixtures with protection devices against voltage surges (DPS) connected to power and
the lighting fixture body, these should be disconnected for performing the Dielectric strength testing.
A.5.2 .2 - Insulation resistance
A.5.2.1 Immediately after the humidity testing foreseen in item 9.3. of ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1, the
lighting fixture should be submitted for insulation resistance testing in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC
60598-1.
A.5.2.2 The insulation resistance should not be under the values specified in Table 2.
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Table 2 – Insulation resistance testing
Parts insulation
EBTS/SELV:
Between conductor parts of different polarities
Between conductor parts and the assembly
surface (*)
Between conductor parts and lighting fixture
metal parts
Others not-EBTS/SELV:
Between live parts of different polarities
Between live parts and the assembly surface (*)
Minimum insulation resistance (MΩ)
Class 0 and I
Class II
Class III
lighting
lighting
lighting
fixtures
fixtures
fixtures
‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘‘a’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
‘‘b’’ and ‘‘c’’
or ‘‘d’’
1
-
‘‘b’’
Between live parts and lighting fixture metal
‘‘b’’
parts
Between live parts which can become of different
‘‘b’’
polarities by a switching action.
Basic insulation for EBTS/SELV voltage(a)
Basic insulation for voltages different than
2
EBTS/SELV (b)
Supplementary insulation (c)
3
Double or reinforced insulation (d)
4
(*) The assembly surface is covered with a metal sheet for performing this testing.
-
A.5.2.3 The coverings and insulation barriers shall be tested only if the distance between accessible live
parts and metal parts, without the covering or the barrier, is below the ones specified in ABNT NBR IEC
60698-1.
A.5.2.4 The insulations of bushes, cord anchorages, wiring guides or claws should be tested according to
Table 2 and, during the testing, the cable or cord should be covered with a metal sheet or should be
replaced by a metal billet with the same diameter.
A.5.3
Total circuit power
At the rated voltage, the total circuit power should not be above 110% of the value declared by the
manufacturer.
Note: In the case of lighting fixtures with voltage ranges, the testing should be conducted with the rated
voltages of 127 V, 220 V and 277 V, when included in the voltage range.
A.5.4
Power factor
A.5.4.1 The power factor measured shall not be below 0.92. The power factor measured in the circuit
shall not be below the value marked for more than 0.05, when the lighting fixture is powered with rated
voltage and frequency.
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A.5.4.2 The power factor shall be measured without including the line filter of the measurement tool.
Filters to eliminate high frequency noises shall be inside the lighting fixture driver, so that when
connecting the lighting fixture to the power grid, no high frequency noises are conducted into the grid.
A.5.5
Power current
A.5.5.1 At the rated voltage, the power current should not diverge more than 10% from the value marked
in the control device or declared in the manufacturer literature.
Note: In the case of lighting fixtures with voltage ranges, the testing should be conducted with the rated
voltages of 127 V, 220 V and 277 V, when included in the voltage range.
A.5.5.2 The power current harmonics should be in compliance with IEC 61000-3-2.
A.5.6
Exit voltage and current of the control device during the operation
A.5.6.1 For control devices with non-stabilised exit voltage, when powered with rated voltage, the exit
voltage should not diverge more than ± 10% of the LED modules rated voltage.
A.5.6.2 For control devices with stabilised exit voltage, when powered with any voltage between 92%
and 106% of the rated voltage, the exit voltage should not diverge more than ± 10% of the LED modules
rated voltage.
A.5.6.3 For control devices with non-stabilised exit current, when powered with rated voltage, the exit
current should not diverge more than ± 10% of the LED modules rated current.
A.5.6.4 For control devices with stabilised exit current, when powered with any voltage between 92%
and 106% of the rated voltage, the exit current should not diverge more than ± 10% of the LED modules
rated current.
A.6 Electromagnetic and radio frequency interference
Filters should be foreseen for suppressing electromagnetic and radio frequency interference.
A.6.1 Compliance is assessed by submitting the controller to one of the following standards: EN55015
or CISPR 15.
A.7 Escape current
The lighting fixture shall be tested for escape current, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 605981-1.
A.8 Protection against electric shock
The lighting fixture shall be tested for protection against electric shock, in compliance with ABNT NBR
IEC 605981-1.
A.9 Mechanical characteristics
A.9.1
Resistance to screws and connections torque
The screws used in the manufacturing of lighting fixtures and connections destined for the installation of
lighting fixtures should be tested in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1 and must not present any
deformation when tightened and loosened or cause deformations and/or cracking of the lighting fixture.
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A.9.2
Resistance to wind force
Lighting fixtures shall be resistant to the wind force, in compliance with ABNT NBR 15129.
A.9.3
Resistance to vibration
A.9.3.1 Lighting fixtures shall be resistant to vibration, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1.
The testing shall be performed with the fully assembled lighting fixture, with all the components.
A.9.3.2 For being considered approved in the testing, besides the evaluations foreseen in ABNT NBR
IEC 60598-1, the lighting fixtures shall operate after the testing in the same way than before the testing,
and shall not present any electrical or mechanical failures, such as fissures, cracks, warping, locks
opening or others that may compromise its performance.
A.9.4
Protection against external mechanical impacts
The lighting fixtures should have a resistance to external mechanical impacts corresponding to, at least, the
IK08 protection degree, in compliance with ABNT NBR IEC 62262. After applying the impacts, the
samples should not present fissures or cracks along its structure.
A.9.5
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation
A.9.5.1 The thermoplastic components subjected to weather exposure shall be submitted to the weather
resistance testing, in compliance with ASTM G154. After the testing, the parts should not present
degradation that compromises the lighting fixtures operational performance.
A.9.5.2 For the specific case of polymer refractors and lenses, its transparency shall not be below 90% of
the initial value.
A.9.5.3 For any polymer material of external application on the product, including the refractor and
lenses, the provisions in standard ASTM G154, cycle 3, shall be followed, on the UV chamber with an
exposure period of 2,016 hours.
A.10
Protection devices against voltage surges (DPS)
The lighting fixture with LED technology shall have a protection device against voltage surges.
B. PERFORMANCE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
B.1 Photometric characteristics
B.1.1 The main purpose of this testing is to determine the lighting distribution, which is obtained by
measuring the lighting intensity in directions defined by two angles, usually called horizontal and vertical
(or C and Gama, respectively). From the lighting distribution, the lighting fixture photometric
performance shall be assessed in a certain installation.
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B.1.2
The testing for determining the lighting distribution and the lighting fixtures lighting flow
should be performed following the horizontal and vertical angles described below:
Horizontal angles: 0° - 5° - 10° - 15° - 20° - 25° - 30° - 35° - 40° - 45° - 50° - 55° - 60° - 65° -70° - 75° - 80°
- 85° - 90° - 95° - 100° - 105° - 110° - 115° - 120° - 125° - 130° - 135° - 140° - 145°- 150° - 155° - 160° 165° - 170° - 175° - 180° - 185° - 190° - 195° - 200° - 205° - 210° - 215° -220° - 225° - 230° - 235° - 240°
- 245° - 250° - 255° - 260° - 265° - 270° - 275° - 280° - 285° -290° - 295° - 300° - 305° - 310° - 315° - 320°
- 325° - 330° - 335° - 340° - 345° - 350° - 355 °.
Vertical angles: 0° - 2,5° - 5° - 7,5° - 10° - 12,5° - 15° - 17,5° - 20° - 22,5° - 25° - 27,5° - 30° -32,5° - 35° 37,5° - 40° - 41° - 42° - 43° - 44° - 45° - 46° - 47° - 48° - 49° - 50° - 51° - 52° - 53° -54° - 55° - 56° - 57° 58° - 59° - 60° - 61° - 62° - 63° - 64° - 65° - 66° - 67° - 68° - 69° - 70° - 71° -72° - 73° - 74° - 75° - 76° - 77°
- 78° - 79° - 80° - 82,5° - 85° - 87,5° - 90° - 92,5° - 95° - 97,5° -100° - 102,5° - 105° - 110° - 112,5° - 115°
- 117,5° - 120°.
B.1.3
The assembly of the lighting fixture for the photometry should correspond with the assembly on
a horizontal or vertical support, according to the type of lighting fixture. Furthermore, in the case of
lighting fixtures with elevation regulation, the photometry should be performed by regulating the angle
specified by the manufacturer, which must be displayed in the testing report.
B.2 Rating the lighting intensity distributions
The lighting fixtures are rated according to ABNT NBR 5101, regarding the transversal and longitudinal
distributions, and to the distribution control, according to Table 3.
Table 3 – Rating the lighting intensity distributions according to ABNT NBR 5101
Transversal distribution
Longitudinal distribution
Lighting intensity
distribution control
Type I / II / III
Short/Medium/Long
Totally limited/Limited
B.3 Energy efficiency for lighting fixture with LED technology
The energy efficiency is the ratio between the measured variables of the lighting fixture lighting flow (lm)
and the total power consumed (W). The measurement should be performed after the lighting fixture
stabilisation period at the testing voltage. The lighting fixtures should present the minimum acceptable
value measured (lm/W) in relation to the level of energy efficiency (lm/W) in Annex IV of this Regulation
and the Energy Efficiency measured cannot be below 90% of the declared Energy Efficiency value.
Note: The measurement method and condition shall be in compliance with IES LM-79.
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B.4 Colour reproduction index – IRC
B.4.1
The colour reproduction index of s light source is a set of calculations that provides the value of
how close the colours perceived by the object illuminated by this source are from the ones of the same
object illuminated by a standard source (reference illuminant). Quantification is given by the general
colour reproduction index (Ra), which varies between 0 and 100. Only for the light sources of the
daylight type, the significance of Ra is a value of how much the colour reproduction by this source is
close to the actual natural light. The higher the Ra value is, the better is the colour reproduction.
B.4.2
Public lighting fixtures with LED technology shall have Ra ≥ 70.
B.5 Correlated colour temperature – TCC
B.5.1
The correlated colour temperature (TCC) is a methodology that describes the colour appearance
of a white light source in comparison to a planckian radiator.
B.5.2
The correlated colour temperature value shall be between 2,700 K and 6,500 K, following the
variations established in Table 4 below:
Table 4 – Correlated colour temperature
Colour temperature (K)
Minimum value
Declared value
Maximum value
2,580
2,700
2,870
2,870
3,000
3,220
3,220
3,500
3,710
3,710
4,000
4,260
4,260
4,500
4,746
4,746
5,000
5,312
5,312
5,700
6,022
6,022
6,500
7,042
Flexible TCC (2800 –
TF¹ ± ΔT²
5600 K)
1) TF shall be chosen in steps of 100 K (2,800, 2,900, ..., 6,400 K), excluding the
rated values of the TCC listed above.
2) ΔT shall be calculated by ΔT= 1.1900 x 10– 8 x T3 – 1.5434 x 10 – 4 x T2 +
0.7168 x T – 902.55
Note: The measurement method and condition shall be in compliance with IES LM-79.
B.6 Performance characteristics
B.6.1
Lighting distribution control
B.6.1.1 The lighting distribution control is defined in ABNT NBR 5101 and its values are displayed in
Table 5.
B.6.1.2 The CDL rating should be informed corresponding to the possible elevation angles at the
installation, among the following: 0°, 5°, 10°, 15°, as well as complying with the requirements according
to its rating according to the limits specified in Table 5.
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Table 5 – Lighting distribution control
LIGHTING DISTRIBUTION CONTROL - CDL
CDL(%) = (Cd x 100) / lighting
fixture flow
Type of lighting fixture
ENCE
above 90º
0
Totally limited
above 80º and until 90º
≤ 10
above 90º
≤ 2.5
Limited
above 80º and until 90º
≤ 10
B.6.2
Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance
The estimated useful time for LED products is usually provided in terms of operation hours expectancy
until the lighting fixture lighting flow falls below 70% of its initial value (noted as L70). There are two
options to show compliance with the lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance, option 1: Component
performance or option 2: Lighting fixture performance.
B.6.2.1 Option 1: LED Component performance
B.6.2.1.1
The option of the LED component performance allows the manufacturer to demonstrate
compliance with the requirements of the lighting flow maintenance providing the ISTMT (as described in
Annex B1), the report related to the lighting flow maintenance testing according to LM-80 for the LED
used in the lighting fixture and the designed lighting flow maintenance calculation according to TM-21.
B.6.2.1.2
To assess compliance for the LED component performance, the following conditions shall
be fulfilled:
a) The highest temperature measured at ISTMT shall be blow the higher component temperature value
measured at LM-80.
b) The location of the temperature measurement point (TMP) is defined by the manufacturer, both for
testing relating to LM-80 and ISTM.
c) The LED current, supplied by the LED controller in the lighting fixture, shall be below or equal to
the LED current measured for the LM-80 report.
d) The time lighting flow maintenance (t), estimated according to TM-21, shall be above or equal to the
flow maintenance percentage corresponding to the designed end point, listed in Table 6. Time (t),
corresponds to the maximum value allows by extrapolating TM- 21, that is, 6 times the testing time value
of the LM-80 data.
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Table 6 – Option 1 TM-21 Requirements for designed lighting flow maintenance
B.6.2.2 .2
Designed end point
Flow maintenance demanded
for products of 50,000 h
36,000 h
≥ 77.35%
38,500 h
≥ 75.98%
42,000 h
≥ 74.11%
44,000 h
≥ 73.06%
48,000 h
≥ 71.01%
49,500 h
≥ 70.25%
50,000 h
≥ 70.00%
Option 2: Lighting fixture performance
B.6.2.2.1
In cases with Option 1: Component performance cannot be applied, such as products using
secondary optics with remote phosphorous or when the LM-80 data are not available, the suppliers can
demonstrate compliance of the lighting flow maintenance by the requirements of the lighting fixture
performance.
B.6.2.2.2
The lighting fixture compliance for the lighting flow maintenance is verified by submitting
the full lighting fixture to the LM-79 photometric testing, comparing the initial lighting fixture (time =
0 h) with the lighting flow after 6,000 h of operation (time ≥ 6,000 h).
B.6.2.2.3
The testing report shall demonstrate a minimum percentage of the lighting flow
maintenance, according to Table 7.
Table 7 – Requirements for lighting flow maintenance for lighting fixtures with LED technology
B.6.3
Rated life declared
Minimum lighting flow maintenance at 6,000 h
50,000 h
95.8%
Qualification of the electronic control device AC or DC for LED modules
B.6.3.1 The LED electronic control device of independent or embedded type, shall be tested at the
application situation (inside the lighting fixture, if designed as such) in operation rated conditions (rated
voltage and environment temperature), measuring the controller housing temperature at the indicated
point (tc). For the testing, the lighting fixture shall operate at an environment temperature of 35 °C.
B.6.3.2 The compliance of this item is verified if the measured temperature of (tc) is lower or equal to
the temperature value guaranteed and specified by the LED controller manufacturer, which guarantees a
minimum lifetime expectancy of 50,000 h.
B.6.3.3 To verify compliance, the supplier shall provide the (tc) location diagram/figure, in case it is not
marked on the controller housing, with an arrow showing the point for attaching the thermocouple.
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ANNEX B1
In Situ Temperature Measurement Test (ISTMT)
IESNA LM-80-08 defines lighting flow maintenance testing for encapsulated LEDs, as well as modules
and arrays. Because LEDs are incorporated into lighting fixtures, with heat sinks, optical elements, power
supplies, etc. and then operated in a variety of environments, LM-80-08 by itself is not a predictor of
lighting fixtures lighting flow maintenance. To relate the results of the LM-80-08 test to the lighting fixture,
EPA requires verification of LED temperature in environments that simulate real-world applications (in
situ) with tests that measure the temperature of the highest temperature LED in the lighting fixture at
steady-state thermal equilibrium.
The procedure is called the ― In situ Temperature Measurement Test ‖ (ISTMT) which follows ANSI/UL
1993-1999 ― Standard for Self-Ballasted Lamps and Lamp Adapters. It includes the addition of a
thermocouple attached to the LED package, array, or module used in the lighting fixture. ISTMT shall be
performed with the lighting fixture installed on its application conditions, as defined on the normal
operation conditions.
- Temperature Measurement Point (TMP): LED package, array, or module manufacturers designate
specific locations on their products which act as surrogate points for measuring junction temperature
(TjunctionLed).
Generically these locations are designated as the temperature measurement points (TMPs) for the purposes
of measurement in testing. Knowledge of the thermal pathway between the LED die junction and a
designated external measurement point on the package, array, or module allows manufacturers to
accurately estimate junction temperature (TjunctionLed).
The surrogate temperatures and their measurement locations vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Some manufacturers use temperatures measured on the solder joint (Ts) at the board attachment point;
some use the package case temperature (Tc); and others use the board temperature (Tb) on the module.
Collectively, these locations serve the same function, i.e., to correlate an external temperature to the
junction temperature, which is critical for determining LED lumen maintenance.
For purposes of this RTQ, the measurement locations for Ts, Tc, and Tb are TMPs.
- Conditions for use:
●
The TMP used during ISTMT shall be the same used during the LM- 80 testing.
● A photograph shall be included which clearly shows the positioning of the thermocouple during
ISTMT, as well as a schematic diagram showing TMP specified by the LED manufacturer.
● The LED package, array, or module TMP shall be accessible to allow temporary attachment of a
thermocouple for measurement of the in situ operating temperature. Access via a temporary hole in the
lighting fixture (no larger than 0.375 diameter), tightly resealed during testing.
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The size and location of the access port shall be documented in the submittal for the purposes of
repeatability. The ISTMT follows UL 1993 with the addition of a thermocouple attached to the highest
temperature LED package or module in the lighting fixture (i.e., at TMP).
- Guidelines for thermocouple attachment:
● Suppliers shall select and designate the highest temperature LED package, array, or module in the
lighting fixture. In most cases the individual LED in the middle of symmetric arrays should be hottest. A
well-designed thermal management solution will minimize the temperature gradient across packages.
- For square/rectangular/circular arrays, the individual LED closest to the center.
- For other configurations it is recommended that manufacturers sample several LEDs to find the highest
temperature device within the lighting fixture.
● Temperature probes shall be in contact with the TMP and permanently bonded. Permanent bonding
consists of high temperature solder, conductive adhesives (e.g., accelerator/UV activated or epoxy), or
melting the tip into plastic or other approved product recommended by the temperature probe manufacturer.
Tape alone is not acceptable for providing good thermal contact at the thermocouple/TMP interface.
The thermocouple tolerance shall conform to ASTM E230 Table 1 "Special Limits" (≤ 1.1 ºC or 0.4%,
whichever is greater).
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ANNEX B2
Example of Lighting flow maintenance compliance verification by the component performance
The purpose of this document is to serve as example to the compliance verification process of item II.B.6.2
– Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance by Option 1: Component performance.
This procedure is based on the document DesignLights Consortium – Manufacturer’s Guide, of
September 10, 2013, and it can be accessed via the website: http://www.designlights.org/
The information and concepts in Annex B1 also apply to this annex.
To assess compliance for the component performance, the following documents and proofs are needed:
1) The full LM-80 report for the LED model used in the lighting fixture. The LED model shall be clearly
informed in this report.
The LM-80 full test report includes the relative lighting flow throughout time, with a minimum of 6,000 h
of continuous operation for three different temperatures, measured at the TMP (55 °C, 85 °C and another
specified by the manufacturer, in compliance with IES LM-80). Figure 1 displays an example of the
temperature measurement point information.
Figure 1 – Illustration of the LM-80 report for the temperature measurement point (TMP).
2) The in situ temperature measurement point report (ISTMT) shall indicate the temperature measured
at TMP of the lighting fixture highest temperature LED.
The lighting fixture has to have been tested in compliance with the test conditions of ANSI/UL, as
described in Annex B1, and the report shall indicate the same lighting fixture model which is part of the
compliance assessment. Furthermore, a current photograph is to be included in the report documenting the
temperature measurement location.
3) A document from the manufacturer with a drawing or a photograph showing the LED TMP. This
document shall indicate the same LED model used in the lighting fixture which is part of the compliance
assessment.
4) Archive copy of ENERGY STAR TM-21 Calculator, in Microsoft Excel extension, filled according to
the LM-80 data, In situ temperature measurement (ISTM) and the LED power current supplied by the
electronic controller. Using the TM-21 latest calculation spreadsheet that shall be obtained from the
website: www.energystar.gov/TM-21calculator. The instructions of how to use the spreadsheet are
included in the first page of the spreadsheet and described throughout this document.
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The IES TM-21-11 – Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources document
recommends a method for projecting the LED lighting flow maintenance from the data obtained by the
LED tests following IES LM-80-08.
Next, an example shall be presented of a LED lighting fixture compliance assessment for 150 W power,
with emphasis on the filling of the TM-21 calculation spreadsheet and results interpretation.
● Using the LM-80 report for the LED model used in the lighting fixture, the lighting flow variations are
obtained for three different temperatures, being two of them specified by LM-80 (55 °C and 85 °C) and the
third one defined by the LED manufacturer (in the example, 120 ºC). For the LM-80 report, usually the
LED manufacturer presents the flow depreciation for different LED power currents. The table data shall be
used which indicate the LED current with the value immediately above the one measured on the lighting
fixture. As an example, if the LED currents measurement for the lighting fixture was 500 mA, the data from
the LM-80 table shall be used for a current value immediately above the measured value of 500 mA. In this
case, the value would be 700 mA as indicated in Figure 2.
LM-80 test inputs
(included in Figure 3)
Figure 2 – Lighting flow depreciation data for LED used in the 150 W lighting fixture
● With the data of the LM-80 and ISTMT reports, the TM-21 calculation spreadsheet shall be fulfilled,
according to the following steps.
- Information regarding the LED used: manufacturer, LED model and reference.
- Input of the average results (average) of the LM-80 lighting flow depreciation, according to the data in
Figure 3.
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Figure 3 – LM-80 lighting flow depreciation results
- Input the LM-80 testing details: number of LED samples, testing temperatures, LED current and time
in flow depreciation testing hours, according to Figure 4.
Figure 4 – LM-80 testing details
- Input of the in situ data: LED current (500 mA), maximum temperature measured on the LED in
compliance with TMP (59,4 ºC) and projected percentage of the initial lighting flow, as an example, 70
for (L70), Figure 5.
Figure 5 – In-Situ data input
- Results: initially, the time (t) shall be inserted, which the projected end point. For the example we
want 50,000 h. As a result, the lighting flow maintenance in the calculated time (t) is 84.87%. This value
shall be confronted with the projected point of 50,000 h according to Table 17 in item B.2.2.1 which
demands at least 70%, according to Figure 6.
Figure 6 – Results
- Conclusion: given that the lighting flow maintenance for 50,000 hours was above 70%, the lighting
fixture would be approved.
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ANNEX II – COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR LIGHTING
FIXTURES FOR ROAD PUBLIC LIGHTING
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OBJECTIVE
To establish the criteria for the Conformity Assessment Program for Lighting fixtures for road public
lighting – Discharge lamps and LED technology – through certification, focusing on performance,
electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility, displayed through the National Label for Energy
Conservation –ENCE, in compliance with the Quality Technical Regulation for the object and the Brazilian
Labelling Program – PBE.
1.1 GROUPING FOR CERTIFICATION PURPOSES
For certification of this Regulation's object, the family concept applies.
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ABBREVIATIONS
For the purposes of this Regulation, the following abbreviations are used, supplemented by the
abbreviations contained in the supplementary documents cited in item 3 of this Regulation.
ABNT
ANSI
ASTM
BS
CIE
CISPR
ENCE
EBTS/SELV
IEC
IES
ISO
PBE
PET
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Brazilian Association of Technical Standards
American National Standards Institute
American Society for Testing and Materials
British Standard
International Commission on Illumination
Comité International Spécial des Perturbations Radioélectriques
National Label of Energy Conservation
Extra-low safety voltage
International Electrotechnical Commission
Illuminating Engineering Society
International Organization for Standardization
Brazilian Labelling Program
Spreadsheet of Technical Specifications
SUPPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTS
Law no. 10,295, October 17, 2001
Relates to the National Conservancy Policy of Energy
Rational Use.
Decree no. 4,059, December 19, 2001
Regulates Law 10,295, October 17, 2001, and institutes
the Managing Committee of Energy Efficiency
Indicators and Levels – CGIEE.
Inmetro Ordinance no. 335, of August 29th Approve the mandatory information for low voltage
2011
electric devices
Inmetro Ordinance no. 454, of December 1, Approve the conformity assessment requirements for
2010 and its revisions
electromagnetic reactors for sodium vapour lamps and
metallic vapour lamps (halide)
Ordinance no. 118, of March 6, 2015 or its General Requirements for Product Certification –
replacement.
RGCP.
Inmetro Ordinance no. 248, of May 25,
Approves the Inmetro Conformity Assessment
2015 and its replacements
Vocabulary.
ABNT IEC/TS 62504:2013
Terms and definitions for LED and LED modules of
general lighting
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ABNT NBR 13593:2011
ABNT NBR 14305:1999
ABNT NBR 15129:2012
ABNT NBR 16026:2012
ABNT NBR 5101:2012
ABNT NBR 5123:1998
ABNT NBR 5461:1991
ABNT NBR IEC 60061-1:1998
ABNT NBR IEC 60238:2005
ABNT NBR IEC 60529:2005
ABNT NBR IEC 60598-1:2010
ABNT NBR IEC 60662:1997
ABNT NBR IEC 61167:1997
ABNT NBR IEC 61347-2-13:2012
ABNT NBR IEC 62031:2013
ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377/2015
ASTM G154
BS EN 55015:2013
CIE 84:1989
CISPR 15:2013
IEC 60050-845:1987
IEC 60061-3:2005
IEC 61000-3-2:2014
IEC 62722-2-1:2014, Ed. 1.0
IEC 62471:2006
IES TM-21-11
IESNA LM-79-08
Reactor and Igniter for High Pressure Sodium Vapour
Lamp – Specification and Testing
Reactor and igniter for metallic vapour lamp (halides) –
requirements and testing
Lighting fixtures for Public Lighting – Particular
Requirements
Electronic control device AC or DC for LED modules –
Performance requirements
Public lighting
Photoelectric relay and lighting socket – specification and
testing method
Lighting – Terminology
Lamps bases, lamps supports, as well as limits for the
interchangeability control and safety – Part 1: Lamps
bases
Edison screw lamp support
Protection degrees for electric equipment’s shielding (IP
code)
Lighting fixtures – Part 1: General requirements and tests
High pressure sodium vapour lamps
Metal vapour lamps (halides)
Lamp control device – Part 2-13: Particular requirements
of electronic control devices with AC or DC for LED
modules
LED modules for general lighting — Safety specifications
Specifications for the Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting
Products
Standard Practice for Operating Fluorescent Ultraviolet
(UV)
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment
Measurement of Luminous Flux
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary, Lighting
Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the
control of interchangeability and safety – Part 3: Gauges
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Limits for
harmonic current emissions (equipment input current
< 16 A per phase)
Luminaire performance – Part 2-1: Particular
requirements for LED luminaires
Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems
Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light
Sources
Electrical and Photometric Measurement of Solid State
Lighting Products
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IESNA LM-80-08
ABNT NBR IEC 62262:2015
Approved Method for Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED
Light Sources
Protection degrees assured by the electrical equipment
enclosures against external mechanical impacts (IK code)
Note: If there is a version of the ABNT standard that corresponds to the IEC, CISPR or ISO standards in
their current version, the NBR shall be used in replacement of the aforementioned standards.
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DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this RAC, the following definition shall be adopted, complemented by the definitions in
the documents mentioned in item 3.
4.1 Family
4.1.1
Family characterisation for Lighting fixtures with LED technology
Lighting fixtures, even with different rated voltage values, may be grouped in families of models, whose
functional, mechanical and electrical construction principles are similar. The requirements that, when
simultaneously met, characterise the similarity between products of a same family, may be found below:
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Brand and model of the LED used;
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IP of the lighting fixture;
-
Declared life time.
4.1.2
Family characterisation for Lighting fixtures with Discharge lamps
Lighting fixtures, even with different rated voltage values, may be grouped in families of models, whose
functional, mechanical and electrical construction principles are similar. The requirements that, when
simultaneously met, characterise the similarity between products of a same family, may be found below:
-
Type of lamp;
-
Type of refractor and diffusor;
-
IP of the lighting fixture.
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CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT MECHANISM
The conformity assessment mechanism, used by this Regulation, is certification.
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STEPS OF CONFORMITY ASSESSMENT
6.1 Definition of Certification Model(s) used
This RAC establishes 2 (two) different Certification Models, and the certification requesting supplier shall
choose one of the models specified below:
a) Model 5 – Initial assessment consisting of testing in samples removed from the manufacturer,
including auditing of the Quality Management System, followed by periodical maintenance assessment
by collecting a sample of the product on the market, for performing conformity assessment activities. The
purpose of the Maintenance Assessments is to verify if the items manufactured after the initial conformity
verification (Issue of Certificate of Conformity) remain compliant. Maintenance includes a periodical
assessment of the manufacturing process, or the QMS auditing, or both;
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b) Model 1b – Batch testing. This model involves the certification of a batch of products. The number
of units to be tested may be a sample of the batch, collected randomly, or even the total number of units in
the batch (100% testing). The Certificate of Conformity is restricted to the certified batch.
6.1.1
Certification model 5
6.1.1.1 Initial assessment
6.1.1.1.1 Certification request
The requesting supplier of the certification shall send a formal request to the OCP, together with the
documentation described in the RGCP, besides the following items:
6.1.1.1.1.1
For lighting fixtures with LED technology
a) Models that compose the family of the object in question and respective specifications;
b) Descriptive brief, referencing its functional technical description, rated and dimensional
specifications, use limitations, special cares and other relevant data;
Note: The technical information shall be forwarded with all the models classified in the same family,
including, at least, the product's code, rated power (W), lighting flow (lm), correlated colour temperature
(TCC), power factor (FP), operating voltage (V), colour reproduction index (IRC), in compliance with the
specifications in the RTQ;
c) External and internal photographs of the object (body, LED and the control device), as well as of the
package (already with the foreseen ENCE prototype);
d) IES LM80 and TM-21 testing report of the LED used in the lighting fixtures with LED (according to
Annex B2 of the RTQ), in case it is requested by the certification requesting supplier, the lighting flow
maintenance testing and rated lifetime definition according to Option 1 of item B.2.2.1 in Annex I-B of
this Regulation.
Note: The OCP shall request the proof that the LM80 report of the LED presented is in fact the LED model
being used in the lighting fixtures in question. This proof shall be performed so as to prove the purchase of
the indicated LED and the manufacturer declaration that the LED mentioned is being used in each and
every lighting fixture models submitted to analysis.
e) IES LM79 testing reports of the lighting fixtures submitted to analysis when the choice is to test the
flow maintenance and lifetime definition according to Option 2 of item B.2.2.1 in Annex I-B of this
Regulation.
6.1.1.1.1.2
For lighting fixtures with discharge lamp
a) Models that compose the family of the object in question and respective specifications;
b) Descriptive brief, referencing its functional technical description, rated and dimensional
specifications, use limitations, special cares and other relevant data;
Note: The technical information shall be forwarded with all the models classified in the same family,
including, at least, the product's code, rated power (W), lighting flow (lm), correlated colour temperature
(TCC), power factor (FP), operating voltage (V), in compliance with the specifications in the RTQ;
c) Refractor and diffusor characteristics;
d) External and internal photographs of the object (body, lamp and reactor), as well as of the package
(already with the foreseen ENCE prototype).
6.1.1.1.2 Analysis of the request and Conformity of Documentation
The criteria for Analysis of the Request and the Conformity of the Documentation should follow the
conditions described in RGCP.
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6.1.1.1.3 Initial auditing of the Quality Management System and Assessment of the Productive
Process
The criteria for the initial audit of the Quality Management System and Assessment of the Productive
Process must follow the conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.1.1.4 Plan for Initial Trials
The criteria for the initial trial plan should follow the conditions described in the RGCP and foresee the
safety and energy efficiency testing, in compliance with the RTQ of the object.
6.1.1.1.4.1
Definition of Trials to be performed
The initial tests shall prove that the conformity assessment object is in compliance with what is foreseen in
the RTQ of the object. The initial tests are all the tests described in item 1 (lighting fixtures with discharge
lamps) in Annex B and item 1 (lighting fixtures with LED technology) in Annex C of this Regulation.
6.1.1.1.4.2
Definition of Sampling
The sampling definition must follow the general conditions described in RGCP.
OCP is responsible for sealing, collecting and sending the samples from the different object families being
certified, following the quantity prescribed according to item 1 (lighting fixtures with discharge lamps) in
Annex B and item 1 (lighting fixtures with LED technology) in Annex C of this Regulation and removed
from each family, object of the certification.
6.1.1.1.4.2.1 The values declared in ENCE for the model shall be the ones obtained from the energy
efficiency tests, in compliance with the description in the RTQ. These values shall be registered in the
testing report, issued by laboratories that meet the specifications in item 6.1.1.1.4.4 of this Regulation.
6.1.1.1.4.2.2 For the values declared in the ENCE label, all models in the family shall be tested,
according to the sampling established in Annexes B and C of this Regulation. For the remaining initial
tests, the number of models being tested is established in sub-item 1.2.1 in Annex B and sub-item 1.2.1 in
Annex C of this Regulation.
6.1.1.1.4.2.3 In case there are models within the family whose characteristics of one of the critical
components (body material, etc.) are different from the models tested, it is necessary that this model is
submitted for testing to verify conformity regarding safety and performance.
6.1.1.1.4.3
Acceptance and rejection criterion
The acceptance and rejection criteria are described in Annexes B and C of this Regulation.
6.1.1.1.4.4
Definition of Laboratory
The laboratory definition must follow the conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.1.1.5 Treatment of non-conformity in the Initial Evaluation stage
The criteria for treatment of non-conformities in the initial assessment stage must follow what is described
in the RGCP.
6.1.1.1.6 Issue of Certificate of Conformity
The criteria for issue of the Certificate of Conformity must follow the conditions set out in the RGCP.
6.1.1.1.6.1
Certificate of Conformity
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The Certificate of Conformity is valid for 4 (four) years and shall follow the provisions of the RGCP.
6.1.1.1.6.1.1 The OCP shall attach the Certificate of Conformity with the following documents, besides
the ones required by the above mentioned Ministerial Order:
a)
PET of the certified products family;
b) Proposition for the National Label of Energy Conservation – ENCE filled for the certified products.
6.1.1.1.6.1.2 The family and the certified product model identification shall be according to the
following:
6.1.1.1.6.1.2.1
For lighting fixtures with LED technology:
- Family: Type of lighting fixture / LED brand and model / IP of the lighting fixture / Rated declared
lifetime
-
Model: Brand / power / lighting flow / lighting efficiency / power factor / TCC
6.1.1.1.6.1.2.2
For lighting fixtures with discharge lamp:
-
Family: Type of lighting fixture / Type of refractor / Type of diffusor / Rated declared lifetime
-
Model: Brand / power / lighting flow / lighting efficiency
6.1.1.2 1.2
Maintenance assessment
The maintenance assessment criteria are described in RGCP.
6.1.1.2.1 Maintenance Audit
The criteria described in RGCP shall be followed. The frequency of this maintenance is of 12 (twelve)
months after the concession of the Certificate of Conformity. OCP may conduct audits in shorter periods as
long as it is justified by changes in the productive process or complaints about the product.
6.1.1.2.2 Maintenance trial plan
Maintenance trials must prove conformity maintenance after the initial assessment and follow the same
periodicity of the maintenance audits. The list of tests is described in item 2 of Annexes B and C of this
Regulation.
6.1.1.2.2.1
Definition of Trials to be performed
The objects shall be tested for energy efficiency and safety, as set out in the RGCP.
6.1.1.2.2.2
Definition of maintenance sampling
The sampling must follow the general conditions described in RGCP. OCP is responsible for sealing,
collecting and sending the samples from the different object families having their certificates, maintained
following the quantity prescribed according to item 2 in Annex B and item 2 in Annex C of this Regulation
and removed from each family, object of the certification.
Note: The sample items shall be selected by OCP from the market.
6.1.1.2.2.2.1 OCP shall perform new tests, by determination of Inmetro, in case there is a credible
complaint.
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6.1.1.2.2.3
Acceptance and rejection criterion
The acceptance and rejection criteria are described in item 2 of Annex B and item 2 of Annex C of this
Regulation.
6.1.1.2.2.4
Definition of Laboratory
The laboratory definition must follow the conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.1.2.3 Treatment of non-conformities at Maintenance Assessment stage
The criteria for treatment of non-conformities in the maintenance assessment stage should follow the
conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.1.2.4 Confirmation of Maintenance
The criteria for confirming maintenance should follow the conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.1.3 Assessment for Recertification
The criteria for assessing recertification should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
6.1.1.4 Special cases
The product certification subjected to multiple certification (hybrid product) should follow the conditions
described in RGCP.
6.1.2
Certification model 1b
6.1.2.1 Certification request
6.1.2.1.1 The requesting supplier of the certification shall send a formal request to the OCP, supplying the
documentation described in the RGCP, besides the following items:
6.1.2.1.1.1
For lighting fixtures with LED technology:
a) Descriptive brief, referencing its functional technical description, rated and dimensional
specifications, use limitations, special cares and other relevant data;
Note: The technical information shall be forwarded with all the models classified in the same family,
including, at least, the product's code, rated power (W), lighting flow (lm), correlated colour temperature
(TCC), power factor (FP), operating voltage (V), colour reproduction index (IRC), in compliance with the
specifications in the RTQ;
b) External and internal photographs of the object (body, LED and the control device), as well as of the
package, already with the foreseen ENCE prototype;
f) IES LM-80 and TM-21 testing report of the LED used in the lighting fixtures with LED (according
to Annex B2 of the RTQ), in case it is requested by the certification requesting supplier, the lighting flow
maintenance testing and rated lifetime definition according to Option 1 of item B.2.2.1 in Annex I-B of
this Regulation.
Note: The OCP shall request the proof that the LM80 report of the LED presented is in fact the LED model
being used in the lighting fixtures in question. This proof shall be performed so as to prove the purchase of
the indicated LED and the manufacturer declaration that the LED mentioned is being used in each and
every lighting fixture models submitted to analysis.
g) IES LM-79 testing reports of the lighting fixtures submitted to analysis when the choice is to test the
flow maintenance and lifetime definition according to Option 2 of item B.2.2.1 in Annex I-B of this
Regulation.
c)
Import License (in the case of imported objects);
d) Identification of the models to which the batch being certified refers to. The supplier shall properly
present this information to the OCP by means of formal records;
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e) Identification of the batch size being certified. The supplier shall properly present this information to
the OCP by means of formal records.
6.1.2.1.1.2 For lighting fixtures with discharge lamp:
a) Models that compose the family of the object in question and respective specifications;
b) Descriptive brief, referencing its functional technical description, rated and dimensional
specifications, use limitations, special cares and other relevant data;
Note: The technical information shall be forwarded with all the models classified in the same family,
including, at least, the product's code, rated power (W), power factor (FP), operating voltage (V), in
compliance with the specifications in the RTQ;
c) External and internal photographs of the object (body, lamp and electromagnetic reactor), as well as
of the package (already with the foreseen ENCE prototype);
d) Import License (in the case of imported objects);
e) Identification of the models to which the batch being certified refers to. The supplier shall properly
present this information to the OCP by means of formal records;
f) Identification of the batch size being certified. The supplier shall properly present this information to
the OCP by means of formal records.
6.1.2.2 Analysis of the request and Conformity of Documentation
The criteria for Analysis of the Request and the Conformity of the Documentation should follow the
conditions described in RGCP.
6.1.2.3 Testing plan
The provisions in item 6.1.1.1.4 of this Regulation shall be followed.
For model 1b the family concept is not applied and all the models shall be tested.
6.1.2.3.1 Definition of trials to be performed
The provisions in item 6.1.1.1.4.1 of this Regulation shall be followed.
6.1.2.3.2 Definition of Sampling
6.1.2.3.2.1 The sampling definition shall follow the conditions described in RGCP, complemented with
the sub-items below.
6.1.2.3.2.2 The safety and energy efficiency testing shall be performed.
6.1.2.3.2.3 The samples of each lighting fixture model present in the certification batch shall be
collected in compliance with ABNT NBR 5426:1985, with a normal double sampling plan, S4 inspection
special level and NQA of 0.65.
6.1.2.3.3 Acceptance and rejection criterion
6.1.2.3.3.1 The batches in which no non-conformities are found shall be approved.
6.1.2.3.4 Definition of Laboratory
The criteria for laboratory definition should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
6.1.2.4 Treatment of non-conformities at the initial assessment stage
The criteria for treatment of non-conformities in the initial assessment stage should follow the conditions
described in RGCP.
6.1.2.5 Issue of Certificate of Conformity
The criteria for issue of the Certificate of Conformity must follow the conditions set out in the RGCP and
the ones presented in item 6.1.1.1.6. The Certificate of Conformity is valid only for the batch in question.
This information shall be present in the actual certificate.
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HANDLING OF COMPLAINTS
The criteria for handling complaints should follow the conditions described in RGCP.
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ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY ACCREDITED OCP BY MEMBER OF IAF's MLA
The criteria for activities performed by accredited OCP by member of IAF's MLA should follow the
conditions described in the RGCP.
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CERTIFICATION TRANSFER
The criteria for certification transfer should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
10 TERMINATION OF CERTIFICATION
The criteria certification termination should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
11 IDENTIFICATION LABEL OF CONFORMITY
11.1 The criteria for using the Identification Label of Conformity should follow the conditions described
in the RGCP.
11.2 The Identification Label of Conformity must follow the guidelines of Annex III. The Identification
Label of Conformity for the object is the National Label of Energy Conservation – ENCE of mandatory
use for all models in the scope of this Regulation.
11.3 The ENCE dimensions and the technical information that shall be included in it are described in
Annex III of this Regulation.
11.4 The labels shall be placed on the package and on the product.
12 AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF THE IDENTIFICATION LABEL OF CONFORMITY
The criteria for authorization to use the Identification Label of Conformity must follow the conditions set
out in RGCP.
13 RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS
The criteria for responsibilities and obligations must follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
14 SUPPORT IN THE MARKET PLACE
The criteria for monitoring the market should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
15 PENALTIES
The criteria for application of penalties should follow the conditions described in the RGCP.
16 COMPLAINTS
The channels for forwarding complaints, claims and suggestions through the Inmetro Ombudsman are
described in the RGCP.
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ANNEX A DESCRIPTIVE BRIEF
1.
GENERAL DATA
CORPORATE NAME OF MANUFACTURER/IMPORTER
MANUFACTURER'S/ IMPORTER'S ADDRESS
TRADE NAME OF MANUFACTURER/IMPORTER (when applicable):
TYPE OF LIGHTING FIXTURE
LIGHTING FIXTURE MODEL
BRANDS WITH WHICH THE MODEL IS SOLD (when applicable):
VERSIONS
2.
CONSTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS
DIMENSIONS
LOCKING SYSTEM
ACCESSORIES
PRODUCT DESIGN
LIGHTING FIXTURE IP
TYPE OF REFRACTOR
TYPE OF DIFFUSOR
3.
ACCESSORIES
In the case the public lighting fixture has any accessory, briefly describe which are the accessories, the
material used and the corresponding versions.
4.
POSITIONING OF THE MANDATORY MARKINGS
MANUFACTURER'S AND/OR IMPORTER'S BRAND: (Indicate the positioning on the product)
IDENTIFICATION LABEL OF CONFORMITY: (Indicate the positioning on the product)
5.
SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS
Attach drawings on the 3 perspectives: frontal, side and top.
6.
SIGNATURE OF THE SUPPLIER REQUESTING THE CERTIFICATION
7.
OCP's SIGNATURE
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ANNEX B
TESTS FOR LIGHTING FIXTURES WITH DISCHARGE LAMPS
1
Type testing
1.1 Description of the type testing – Safety
The type testing regarding safety being performed are described in Table 1 in compliance with Annex I-A
of this regulation.
Table 1 – Type testing – Safety
RTQ item
Description
A.1
Marking
A.2
Specific conditions
A.5.1
Voltage increase on the lamp terminals
A.5.3
Insulation resistance and Dielectric strenght
A.5.2
Electromagnetic and radio frequency
interference
A.5.4
Sample quantity
Type: Destructive
(D) Non-Destructive
(ND)
1
ND
1
ND
1
D
1
D
1
D
Lamp holder
A.3
Internal and external wiring
A.4
Socket for photoelectric relay
Protection degree
B.4.1
B.4.2
B.4.3
A.5.5
Durability
Thermal testing (normal operation)
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation (UV)
Protection against external mechanical
impacts
(*) when applicable
1.1.1
Sample
The total sampling is of 3 (three) units per model being tested within the family, considering that for the
destructive tests, the samples cannot be used for other tests. The number of samples for each test, as well as
the test rating, is defined in Table 1. Additional samples may be collected at OCP's criteria.
Note: the number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that family
has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6 (six) to
10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of models
above 10 (ten).
In any case, the model with the highest power shall always be part of the sample.
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1.1.2
Acceptance/Rejection
For acceptance of the sample no non-conformities can occur. If any non-conformity is found in any test,
new samples shall be sent by the supplier requesting the certification with the corrective action
implemented. The occurrence of any non-conformity shall not be admitted in the mentioned samples. If
there is a failure in the family, all models belonging to it shall have failed.
1.2 Description of the type testing – Energy efficiency
The type testing regarding energy efficiency being performed is described in Table 2.
Table 2 – Type testing – Energy efficiency
RTQ item
Description
B.2
Lighting intensity distribution rating
B.3.1
Energy efficiency
B.3.2
Lighting distribution control
B.3.3
Road and sidewalk uniformity index
Sample
quantity
1
1.2.1
Type:
Destructive
(D)
Non-Destruc
tive (ND)
ND
Sampling
For each model of the family tested, the samples consists of 1 (one) unit of the same model. Additional
samples may be collected at OCP's criteria.
1.2.1.1 The number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that
family has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6
(six) to 10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of
models above 10 (ten).
1.2.1.2 The lighting distribution control and energy efficiency tests shall be performed for all models of
the family.
1.2.2
Acceptance/Rejection
For acceptance of the sample no non-conformities can occur. If there is a failure in the family, all models
belonging to it shall have failed.
2
Maintenance trials
The sample collection shall be conducted in the market. If there are no indications of the models in the
market, the sealing and collection can be conducted in the supplier's stock/shipping.
2.1 Description of the maintenance testing – Safety
The maintenance testing regarding electrical safety and performance periodicity are described in Table 3.
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Table 3 – Maintenance testing – Safety
RTQ item
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5.1
A.5.2
A.5.3
A.5.4
B.4.1
B.4.2
B.4.3
A.5.5
Description
Marking
Specific conditions
Lamp holder
Internal and external wiring
Socket for photoelectric relay
Protection degree
Voltage increase on the lamp terminals
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Insulation resistance and Dielectric strenght
Electromagnetic and radio frequency interference
X
Durability
Thermal testing (normal operation)
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation (UV)
Protection against external mechanical impacts
X
(*) when applicable
2.1.1
Sample
The sample shall be performed in compliance with 1.1.1.
2.1.2
Acceptance/Rejection
The acceptance and rejection criteria shall consider the provisions in 1.1.2.
2.2 Description of the maintenance testing – Energy efficiency
The maintenance testing regarding energy efficiency and its performance periodicity are described in Table
4.
Table 4 – Maintenance testing – Energy efficiency
RTQ item
Description
Year
1
Year
2
Year
3
B.2
Lighting intensity distribution rating
X
X
X
B.3.1
Energy efficiency
X
X
X
B.3.2
Lighting distribution control
X
X
X
B.3.3
Road and sidewalk uniformity index
X
X
X
2.2.1
Sample
For each model tested, the number of samples for each test is defined in Table 2. Additional samples may be
collected at OCP's criteria.
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2.2.1.1 The number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that family
has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6 (six) to
10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of models
above 10 (ten).
2.2.2
Acceptance/Rejection
The acceptance and rejection criteria shall consider the provisions in 1.2.2.
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ANNEX C
TESTS FOR LIGHTING FIXTURES WITH LED TECHNOLOGY
1
Type testing
1.1 Description of the type testing – Safety
The type testing regarding safety being performed are described in Table 1 in compliance with Annex I-B
of this regulation.
Table 1 – Type testing – Safety
RTQ item
Description
Sample quantity
Type: Destructive
(D)
Non-Destructive
(ND)
A.1
Marking
1
ND
A.4 A.4.2
Operating conditions Packaging
1
ND
A.5.5
A.5.6
Power current
Output voltage and current
1
ND
A.6
Electromagnetic and radio frequency
interference
1
ND
A.7
Escape current
1
ND
A.8
Protection against electric shock
1
ND
A.9.1
Resistance to screws and connections
torque
1
ND
A.2.1.1
A.2.1.2 A.3
Internal and external wiring
Socket for photoelectric relay
Protection degree
1
D
A.5.2
A.5.1
Insulation resistance and
Dielectric strenght
1
D
A.9.2
A.9.3
A.9.4
Resistance to wind force
Resistance to vibration
Protection against external mechanical
impacts
1
D
A.9.5
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation
1
D
(*) when applicable
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1.1.1
Sample
The total sampling is of 4 (four) units per model being tested within the family, considering that for the
destructive tests, the samples cannot be used for other tests. The number of samples for each test, as well as
the test rating, is defined in Table 1. Additional samples may be collected at OCP's criteria.
Note: the number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that family
has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6 (six) to
10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of models
above 10 (ten).
In any case, the model with the highest power shall always be part of the sample.
1.1.2
Acceptance/Rejection
For acceptance of the sample no non-conformities can occur. If any non-conformity is found in any test,
new samples shall be sent by the manufacturer with the corrective action implemented. The occurrence of
any non-conformity shall not be admitted in the mentioned samples. If there is a failure in the family, all
models belonging to it shall have failed.
1.2 Description of the type testing – Energy efficiency
The type testing regarding energy efficiency being performed is described in Table 2.
Table 2 – Type testing – Energy efficiency
RTQ item
Description
A.5.3
A.5.4
A.5.5
A.5.6
B.2
B.4
B.5
B.3
B.6.1
B.6.2.1
(Option 1)
B.6.2.2
(Option 2)
Total circuit power
Power factor
B.6.3
Sample
quantity
Type: Destructive
(D)
Non-Destructive
(ND)
3
ND
1
ND
Power current Output voltage and current
Rating the lighting intensity distributions
TCC/IRC
Energy efficiency
Lighting distribution control
Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance – Performance
of the LED component
Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance – Performance
of the lighting fixture
Qualification of the electronic control device AC or DC
for LED modules
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1.2.1
Sampling
For each model tested, the sample consists of 3 (three) units of the same model. Additional samples may be
collected at OCP's criteria.
1.2.1.1 The number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that
family has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6
(six) to 10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of
models above 10 (ten).
1.2.1.2 For the energy efficiency tests: Power, power factor, lighting flow and energy efficiency shall be
tested for all models of the family.
1.2.2
Acceptance/Rejection
1.2.2.1 For acceptance of the sample no non-conformities can occur. If there is a failure in the family,
all models belonging to it shall have failed.
1.2.2.2 On tests A.5.3, A.5.4, A.5.5, A.5.6, B.2, B. 3, B.4, B.3 and B.6.1 in Table 2, the arithmetic average
of the samples shall be in compliance with the limits established in the RTQ.
2
Maintenance trials
The sample collection shall be conducted in the market.
2.1 Description of the maintenance testing – Safety
The maintenance testing regarding electrical safety and performance periodicity are described in Table 3.
Table 3 – Maintenance testing – Safety
RTQ item
Description
A.1
Marking
Internal and external wiring
Socket for photoelectric relay
Protection degree
Operating conditions
Packaging
Electromagnetic and radio frequency
interference
Protection against electric shock
Escape current
Resistance to screws and connections torque
A.2.1.1
A.2.1.2 A.3
A.4 A.4.2
A.6
A.8
A.7
A.9.1
A.5.2
A.5.1
A.9.2
A.9.3
A.9.4
A.9.5
Year
1
X
Year
2
X
Year
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Insulation resistance and Dielectric strenght
X
Resistance to wind force
Resistance to vibration
Protection against external mechanical impacts
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation
X
X
(*) when applicable
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2.1.1
Sample
The sample shall be performed in compliance with 1.1.1.
2.1.2
Acceptance/Rejection
The acceptance and rejection criteria shall consider the provisions in 1.1.2.
2.2 Description of the maintenance testing – Energy efficiency
The maintenance testing regarding energy efficiency and its performance periodicity are described in Table
4.
Table 4 – Maintenance testing – Energy efficiency
RTQ item
Description
A.5.3
Total circuit power
X
X
X
A.5.4
Power factor
X
X
X
A.5.5
Power current
A.5.6
Output voltage and current
B.2
Rating the lighting intensity distributions
X
X
X
TCC/IRC
X
X
X
B.3
Energy efficiency
X
X
X
B.6.1
Lighting distribution control
X
B.6.2.1
Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance – Performance of
the LED component
X
(Option 2)
Lighting fixture lighting flow maintenance – Performance of
the lighting fixture
X
B.6.3
Qualification of the electronic control device AC or DC for
LED modules
B.4
B.5
(Option 1)
B.6.2.2
2.2.1
Year 1 Year 2
Year 3
X
X
Sample
For each model tested, the number of samples for each test is defined in Table 2. Additional samples may be
collected at OCP's criteria.
2.2.1.1 The number of different models tested in the family shall depend on the model quantity that family
has. For families of up to 5 (five) models, a model shall be selected and tested. For families with 6 (six) to
10 (ten) models, 2 (two) different models shall be selected and tested, and so on for a number of models
above 10 (ten).
2.2.2
Acceptance/Rejection
The acceptance and rejection criteria shall consider the provisions in 1.2.2.
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ANNEX D
MODEL FOR THE SPREADSHEET OF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
BRAZILIAN LABELLING PROGRAM
LIGHTING FIXTURES FOR ROAD PUBLIC LIGHTING
DISCHARGE LAMPS AND LED TECHNOLOGY
SPREADSHEET OF TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LABELLING
PET/002-LED
DATE OF
DATE OF
APPROVAL:
APPROVAL:
DEC/2016
DEC/2016
REVISION:
REVISION:
00
00
01 – TRADEMARK
BRAND
SUPPLIER
MANUFACTURER
02 – FAMILY IDENTIFICATION
FAMILY (*)
LED BRAND/MODEL
LIGHTING FIXTURE TYPE
DECLARED LIFETIME (h)
(*) Composition of the family code:
LIGHTING FIXTURES WITH LED TECHNOLOGY: Type of lighting fixture / LED brand and model / IP of the lighting fixture / Rated declared lifetime LIGHTING FIXTURE
WITH DISCHARGE LAMP: Type of lighting fixture / Type of refractor and diffusor / Rated declared lifetime
BARCODE
MODEL
TESTING
VOLTAGE
(V)
FREQ.
(HZ)
POWER (W)
POWER
FACTOR
LIGHTING
FLOW
(lm)
OPTICAL
PERFORMANCE
(***) (%)
EE (**)
(lm/W)
IRC
TCC
(K)
TEST REPORT
NUMBER/
LABORATORY
(**) EE – Energy efficiency. (***) Applicable only to lighting fixtures with discharge lamps
03 – DATE
04 – STAMP AND SIGNATURE
Board of Conformity Assessment – DCONF
Brazilian Labelling Program - PBE
Address: Rua Santa Alexandrina, 416 – 5º andar – Rio Comprido – Rio de Janeiro – RJ
ZIP CODE: 20.261-232
Phones: (021) 2563-5622/5665 - Fax: (021) 2563-2906
E-mail: [email protected]
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ANNEX III
CONFORMITY IDENTIFICATION SEAL
1
Objective
Standardize the layout and application of the National Label of Energy Conservation – ENCE to be placed
in lighting fixtures for road public lighting.
2
Specific conditions
2.1 Label
2.1.1
The supplier shall request the file containing the layout and dimensions of the ENCE from Inmetro
via the e-mail [email protected]
2.1.2. The label shall be placed on the package and the actual device, totally glued on the frontal, top
and left side parts, so that it is fully visible to the consumer.
2.1.3. The size of the National Label of Energy Conservation – ENCE of the lighting fixtures for road
public lighting shall be of 130 mm x 95 mm.
2.1.4. The label shall be printed in white background and font colour in black. The efficiency ranges
shall be coloured, obeying the CMYK pattern (cyan, magenta, yellow and black).
2.2 Label models
Figure 1 – ENCE – Lighting fixture for public lighting – Discharge lamps and LED technology
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2.3 Each model's energy efficiency classes are represented by letters A to D, whose efficiency levels are
established in this Regulation.
Note: Inmetro may choose to periodically perform revisions on the efficiency levels.
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ANNEX IV
ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS
1 – LIGHTING FIXTURE FOR PUBLIC LIGHTING – DISCHARGE LAMPS
Energy efficiency for lighting fixtures with discharge lamps
Classes
Energy efficiency level
(lm/W)
Acceptable minimum
value measured
(lm/W)
A
EE ≥ 90
88
B
80 ≤ EE < 90
78
C
70 ≤ EE < 80
68
D
EE < 70
-
2 – LIGHTING FIXTURE FOR PUBLIC LIGHTING – LED TECHNOLOGY
Energy efficiency for lighting fixtures with LED technology
Classes
Energy efficiency level
(lm/W)
Acceptable minimum
value measured
(lm/W)
A
EE ≥ 100
98
B
90 ≤ EE < 100
88
C
80 ≤ EE < 90
78
D
70 ≤ EE < 80
68
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