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RDSO/PE/SPEC/PS/ 0100(REV. 1)-2008 DRAFT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR DOUBLE-CAPPED TUBULAR T5 FLUORESCENT LAMPS, T5 LUMINAIRE & ELECTRONIC BALLAST S Date of N Amdt. & No.
i) Clause 2.6 of Section - IA, IB and IC, clauses 4.3, 4.4 and 4.5 of Section-IA, clauses IIC & IID of Section-II, and clauses IIIA and IIIB of SectionIII, deleted.

Rev.

Reason of amendment

1. 11.01.2010 Amndt-1

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Clauses 2.4 and 6.1 of Section IA, IB and IC, clauses 5, 12 & 16 of SectionIIA and IIB, clauses 7, 8, & 9 of Section-III- D (i) & (ii), and clauses III-C & III-E of Section-III amended.

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2.

05.07.2011

Clause 3.1, Annexure-A 19, Ballast Description Table, clauses 17, 18, 19 & 20 of Section-IIA, and clauses A1, A2, A3, A4, B1 and B2 of Section-III-, added. This revision has rationalized the spec and has introduced major editorial changes to improve its readability and clarity.

Approved by Executive Director (EM)

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DRAFT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR DOUBLE-CAPPED TUBULAR T5 FLUORESCENT LAMPS, ELECTRONIC BALLAST & T5 LUMINAIRES
0.0 Foreword

The T5 lamp is an increasingly popular development in fluorescent lighting and it is being used worldwide. The T5 technology offers advantages of higher illumination, life, efficiency and reliability. The aim of this specification is to standardize the T5 fluorescent lamp, ballast and luminaires for adoption on the Indian railways (IR). 1.0 Scope

This specification covers the design, manufacturing and testing of 14W/24W/28W/54W T5 tubular fluorescent lamps complete with luminaires, mounting accessories and electronic ballast for working under the operational and environmental conditions encountered during service on the IR. The following is a section-wise list of items covered by this specification: Section I: T5 Lamps (14/24/28/54W) Section II: High frequency electronic ballast for T5 lamps Section III: Luminaires for T5 lamps (luminaire types are listed below)
(i) Luminaire with PVC housing channel with/without Acrylic cover (ii) Powder coated CRCA sheet luminaire (iii) Mirror optic luminaire (iv) Enclosed luminaire (v) Luminaires suitable for streetlights

2.0

Reference standards Double-capped T5 Tubular Fluorescent Lamps Performance specification. Specification for T5 Tubular Fluorescent Lamps for General Lighting Services. Lamp caps and holders together with gauges for the control of interchangeability and safety Part 1: Lamp caps.

IEC-60081 IS: 2418 (Pt. I to IV) IEC 60061-1

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IEC 61195 IS: 5081

EN 50 285 Council Directive 98/11/EC EN 61000-3-2 Harmonics EN 61547 Immunity EN 61347-2-3 Safety EN 60929 Performance IEC 68-2-6FcIEC 68-2- Vibration & bump test 9Eb IEC 60598-2-1 Fixed general purpose luminaire IEC 60598-1 General requirement and tests CISPR 15, EN Limit and methods of measurement of radio 55015/BS 55015 disturbance characteristics for RFI <30MHz IEC 61000-3-2 Limits for Harmonic current emission - THD < 10% IEC 60068-2-38 Specification for Permitted Humidity Test IS 13021 Specification for AC Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps IS 10322 Specification for the luminaire Note: Latest version of all the standards shall be applicable. 3.0 General Conditions

Double-capped T5 Tubular Fluorescent Lamps Safety specifications. Specification for glass tube for fluorescent lamps. Specification for energy efficiency Annex IV For energy efficiency

The T5 Tubular Fluorescent Lamps complete with luminaries, mounting accessories and electronic ballast shall be suitable for working under the following environmental and operational conditions encountered during service: 3.1 Environmental Conditions: 55C -5C (Temperature may dip to -10C in J&K area) 100 %

Maximum ambient air temperature Minimum ambient air temperature Max. Relative humidity

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Atmosphere

Coastal area

Extremely dusty and desert weather and desert terrain in certain areas. The dust content in air may reach values as high as 1.6mg/cum. The equipment shall be designed to work in corrosive atmosphere, keeping in view, the following conditions: ph value: 8.5 Sulphate: 7 mg/litre Concentration of chlorine: 6 mg/litre Conductivity: 130 micro siemen/cm Ranging between 1,750 to 6,250 mm with thunder storm Not exceeding 1200 m (altitude may vary up to 2000 m in J&K area.) Maximum vertical acceleration 3.0g Maximum lateral acceleration 3.0g Maximum longitudinal acceleration 3.0 g (g being the value of acceleration due to gravity)

Annual rainfall Altitude Vibration and shocks

3.2 The T5 Tubular Fluorescent Lamp including its fitting complete with luminaires, mounting accessories and electronic ballast shall be suitable for rugged service throughout India, in the above mentioned varying climatic conditions. The design of fittings, including all accessories, shall be suitable to work in the vicinity of 25KV, 50 Hz traction system. 3.3 The complete luminaire for outdoor application shall be protected against dust and water as per IP-65. All other types of luminaires shall conform to IP-20. 3.4 The specification lays down a minimal list of type and acceptance tests. But this will in no way limit the right of RDSO/ purchasers representative to call for any additional tests, if the same is considered necessary for ensuring quality.

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SECTION I SPECIFICATION FOR T5 TUBULAR LAMPS A. 1.0 Specific requirements for T5 tubular fluorescent lamps Dimensions 14 W & 24W 550 mm x 16 mm 549.0 mm max. 556.1mm max. 553.7mm min. 563.2mm max. 17.0mm max. G-5 28 W & 54W 1150 mm x 16 mm 1149.0 mm max. 1156.1mm max. 1153.7mm min. 1163.2mm max. 17.0 mm max. G-5

Rated wattage Nominal dimensions Base phase to base phase Base phase to end of opposite cap pins From ends of opposite pin Diameters Cap 2.0 Mechanical

2.1 The dimensions of caps on a finished lamp shall conform to IEC 60061-1. 2.2 Both the pins (excluding flanges) of the two caps of a finished lamp shall pass simultaneously, freely without winding, through parallel slots, suitably spaced longitudinally to receive the lamp. The slot shall be 2.87 mm wide. 2.3 The caps shall be attached to the tubes strong enough to withstand torsion test in accordance with IEC: 61195, with a torsion moment of 0.5 Nm applied gradually. 2.4 The shell of the lamp shall be of leadfree glass. The caps shall be resistant to atmospheric corrosion. Certificate to this effect should be submitted by the manufacturer. 2.5 The lamp shall be environment friendly and mercury content of the pill used should be less than or equal to 3.2 mg. 2.6 It shall have a highly efficient single-layer 3-band tri-phosphor fluorescent coating specially designed for operation with electronic gear and suitable for dimming.

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3.0

Electrical and cathode characteristics

3.1 The initial reading of the power dissipated by a lamp shall not exceed the rated wattage, specified on the relevant lamp data sheet, by more than 5 % + 0.5 W. 3.2 The insulation resistance between the shell and the contacts of cap shall not be less than 2 mega ohms measured with a 500V DC megger. 3.3 The contacts shall be evenly pin punched to ensure satisfactory engagement and electrical contact in the appropriate holder. 3.4 T5 lamps should comply to the following Cathode characteristics as per IEC 60081:Property / Lamps Test current, A Resistance Rated ateach cathode, Minimum in ohms ( ) Maximum 14 W 0.160 A 40 30 50 24 W 0.350 A 12 9 15 28 W 0.160 A 40 30 50 54 W 0.480A 8 6 10

3.5 T5 lamps should comply to the following Electrical characteristics as per IEC 60081:Property/Lamps Frequency, kHz Rated lamp voltage (r.m.s.) Min.lamp voltage (r.m.s.) Max.lamp voltage (r.m.s.) Rated lamp current 4.0 14 W 20 - 26 86 V 76 V 96 V 0.165 A 24 W 20 - 26 77 V 69 V 85 V 0.295 A 28 W 20 - 26 166 V 149 V 183 V 0.170 A 54 W 20 - 26 120 V 110 V 130 V 0.455 A

Colour and photometry

4.1 Rated luminous flux and colour with reference ballast shall be as follows (the details in respect of reference ballast can be seen in subsection 4.3):T5 lamp of color 4000K at 25 T5 lamp of color 6500K at 25 degree C degree C 14 W 24 W 28 W 54 W 14 W 24 W 28 W 54 W

Lamps

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Rated Luminous Flux Colour Designation Colour Temperature Colour Rendering Index (Ra) Chromaticity Coordinates

1200 lumens Cool white 4000 deg. K > 80

1715 lumens

2600 lumens

4450 1100 lumens lumens Day Light 6500 deg. K > 80

1560 lumens Day Light 6500 deg. K > 80

2400 lumens Day Light 6500 deg. K > 80

4050 lumens Day Light 6500 deg. K > 80

Cool - Cool - Cool white white white 4000 4000 4000 deg. K deg. K deg. K > 80 > 80 > 80

x 0.380 y 0.380

x x x 0.380 0.380 0.380 y y y 0.380 0.380 0.380

x 0.313 y 0.337

x 0.313 y 0.337

x 0.313 y 0.337

x 0.313 y 0.337

4.2 The maximum luminous flux for T5 lamps shall be obtained at an ambient temperature of 34C to 38C. Typical luminous flux values at 35C are as follows:-

Sr.No.

1 2.

Colour temperature in K 4000 6500

14W

24W

28W

54W

1350 2000 lumens lumens 1250lumens 1850 lumens

2900 lumens 2700 lumens

5000 lumens 4550 lumens

The manufacturer should submit certificate for complying the above mentioned values. 4.3 The Reference Ballast, complying to IEC 60081, should have the following characteristics :-

Lamp Frequency, kHz Rated Voltage, V Calibration current,

14 W 20 - 26 167V 0.170A

T5 lamp at 25 degree C 24 W 28 W 20 - 26 20 - 26 150V 329V 0.300A 0.170A

54 W 20 - 26 235V 0.460A

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A Resistance in ohms 500 ( ) 5.0 Rated luminous flux

250

950

255

It is the quantity derived from radiant flux by evaluating the radiation according to its action upon the CIE standard photometric observer. The unit of luminous flux is lumens. 5.1 The initial reading of the luminous flux of a lamp shall be not less than 92 % of the rated value. 5.1 The initial reading of the chromaticity co-ordinates x & y shall be within 5 SDCM (Standards Deviation for Colour Matching) from the standardized rated value as per Annex. D of IEC 60081. 5.2 The initial reading of the general colour-rendering index (Ra) shall not be less than the rated value decreased by 3. 5.3 The lumen maintenance of the lamp shall not be less than 95% of the initial lumen after 2000 burning hours, 91% of the initial lumen after 6000 hours, and 90% of the initial lumen after 12,000 hours. 6.0 Rated life

It is defined as the number of burning hours after which 50% of the lamps survive under controlled burning conditions. 6.1 Rated life shall not be less than 15,000Hrs on a preheat/warm ballast and IEC cycle (a three hours cycle i.e. 165 minutes on, 15 minutes off). The lumen maintenance and life test shall be done as per Annexure C of IEC 60081-97. 7.0 7.1 Starting Starting test shall be conducted as per Annex A of IEC 60081-97.

7.2 T5 lamps should comply to the following Starting characteristics as per IEC 60081:-

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Lamp Frequency, kHz StartingAid Distance, mm Preheat Current, A Preheat Time, sec Open Ckt Voltage (r.m.s), V Starting Time, sec

T5 lamp at 14 W 24 W 20 - 26 20 - 26 6 6 0.210A 0.440A 2 2 230V 250V 0.1 0.1

25 degree 28 W 20 - 26 6 0.210A 2 375V 0.1

C 54 W 20 26 6 0.720A 2 520V 0.1

B. 1.0

General requirements for all lamps Safety

All the lamps shall comply with the safety requirements as per IEC 61195. The manufacturer should submit a certificate for this. 2.0 Tests

Sampling for tests (type, acceptance and routine) shall be done as per IS2418. The tests shall be conducted by consignee/ purchaser or representative of consignee/ purchaser at firms premises. The list of tests to be conducted are summarized in a table that follows. For certain tests, previous type test reports/conformance certificates can be relied upon. However, the manufacturer cannot demand this as a matter of right.
Sl. No. 1.0 a) b) c) d) 2.0 a) b) c) Name of test GENERAL Visual Examination Dimension Pin Punching Burn-in Test MECHANICAL Mechanical Strength: Torsion Lead Free Glass Mercury Content
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Type Test#

Routine Test

Acceptance Test

Method

IEC 60081 Clause 1.5.3

IEC 61195 ---------

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3.0 a)

b) c) 4.0 a) b) c) d)

ELECTRICAL and CATHODE Insulation resistance between Shell & Contacts of Cap Cathode Resistance Initial Lamp Voltage COLOUR & PHOTOMETRY Rated Luminous flux Colour Temperature CRI Lumen Output at 25 Deg C

IEC 61195 Clause 2.4.1

IEC 60081 Clause 1.5.5. & Annex. B

IEC 60081Clause 1.5.6 & Annex. B

5.0

RATED LUMINOUS FLUX Chromaticity Coordinate Initial CRI Value Lumen maintenance RATED LIFE Rated Life Starting Starting Test IEC 60081 Clause 1.5.6 & Annex. B IEC 60081 Annex. C IEC 60081 Annex. C IEC 60081 Clause 1.5.4 & annex A.

a) b) c) 6.0 a) 7.0 a)

# Until the railways are able to issue their vendor list, they may in the interim period invite tender/ place order with the provision of acceptance test alone, in instances where such recourse is considered necessary. In absence of any mention to the contrary in the tender and purchase order, it will be deemed that both type-test as well as acceptance test will need to be carried out

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* Normally, type-test certificates shall be accepted for the same. But RDSO reserves its right to ask for this type-test to be repeated and to witness the same
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Conformity Certificate to be submitted

3.0

Marking

The following information shall be distinctly and indelibly marked on the lamp.:i) Trademark and/or name of manufacturer ii) Rated watt iii) Colour designation/temperature iv) Rated luminous flux in lumen or marking to indicate the luminous flux as per manufacturers catalogue The manufacturer should also indicate the following on the cover of the packing of each T5 lamp.:i) ii) iii) 4.0 Indian Railway Insignia Month/Year of manufacture Rated luminous flux in lumens.

PACKING

Packing of the lamps should be in individual sleeves 5.0 Technical details to be furnished by the purchaser in his requisition are given in Annexure A and technical data to be furnished by the tenderer in his offer are given in Annexure B *********

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SECTION II SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRONIC BALLAST FOR T5 LAMPS This section prescribes the requirements of electronic ballast for operation of T5 fluorescent lamps without the need of starters, chokes and capacitors. A. Specific requirements for high frequency electronic ballast for T5 lamps

To have better reliability, there shall be a separate ballast for each lamp i.e. a 2X28W luminaire will have two ballasts and 4x14W luminaire will have 4 ballasts dedicated for each lamp. The following table summarizes the requirements of various ballasts covered by the spec.: Table 1 Type of Ballast 24W 28W

S.No. Description 14W 1. 2. 3. 4. Rated Voltage Rated Current(max. Input voltage Power consumption a) Ballast (Max.) b) Power output to the lamp from ballast Power Factor Temperature range

54W

Integrated for 1X28W

240V ac/ 50Hz 0.08A 0.12A 0.18A 0.28A 0.18A

180 to 265V AC

3W >=13W

4W >=23W

4W >=27W

7W >=52 W

4W >=27W

5. 6.

0.98

0.98

0.98 0.98 -10oC to 50oC

0.97

1. Power consumption - Power consumption of ballast shall be as low as possible and not higher than the values specified in table 1.

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Conversely, the power output to the lamp from ballast shall not be less than the values specified in the table. 2. In case of mains voltage fluctuation within 92% to 106% of rated voltage, the luminous flux shall not change by more than of 2%. 3. The ballast shall withstand over voltage for 48 Hrs at 320V. It should also withstand 350V at 60oC for 2 hours. During last 15 minutes, the circuit shall be switched ON (at 350V) /OFF at least 10 times and there shall be no malfunctioning of the ballast and the ballast shall function normally. The aforesaid test will be a type-test. During acceptance tests, the ballast should be tested at 350V for 2 hours at 60oC and the circuit shall be switched ON (at 350V)/ OFF at least 10 times during last 15 minutes and there shall be no mal-functioning of ballast and the ballast shall work normally. 4. There shall be an automatic restart after lamp replacement or with a voltage dip down to 30% in duration of 10 mains cycles. 5. The operating frequency of output voltage shall be greater than 40 KHz and waveform shall be quasi-sine wave. 6. Operating Voltage The operating voltage range on which the ballasts should work shall be 135V to 300V. The ballasts should be able to comply all requirements mentioned in the table 1 for the input voltage range 180V to 265V. 7. Illumination efficiency The ballast factor shall be more than 0.95.

Abnormal condition protection: The ballast shall have protection 8. circuit in case faulty lamp of same wattage is connected. 9. Moisture resistance & insulation protection - After storage of 48Hrs at 91-95% relative humidity and 20-30C, the insulation resistance shall be >2 M ohm with 500V DC megger. 10. Surge/Immunity/Dips/Burst test: The ballast shall comply with IEC 61547. 11. Power factor The power factor of ac electronic ballast shall be greater than specified in the table.

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12. Starting time: The ballast shall be warm start ballast as per IEC 60929. Ignition time shall less than 2 seconds. 13. Total harmonic Distortion: The ballast shall conform to IEC 61000-3-2 and have input current harmonic distortion of < 10%. However, the ballast shall meet the individual harmonics requirements as per IS: 13021 (Pt.-2). 14. Safety: The electronic ballast shall be complying with IEC 61347-1 for safety and IEC 60929 for performance standards. 15. The ballast shall be designed for a max case temp of 75 C.

16. Construction: The ballast shall be of light weight steel sheet (powder coated) or plastic/fiber of fire retardant UL94-V0 grade. 17. The Fast switching cycle (average, 1min/3min on/off) shall be >=6000 times (for 1 burner) at rated voltage. 18. 19. The lamp current crest factor shall be less than 1.7. The section of internal wiring shall exceed or equal to 0.5mm square.

20. PCB used in the ballast shall be min 1.2mm thick glass epoxy or 1.5mm FR-1 sheet. 21. Abnormal conditions

21.1 Removal of Lamp During operation of the electronic ballast with fluorescent lamp, the lamp will be removed from the fitting for a period of one hour without switching OFF the supply. At the end of this period the lamp shall be reconnected and shall start and operate normal. For reset of ballast, switch off for 30s is permissible. 21.2 Lamp fails to start (cathode intact electrically) With the appropriate dummy cathode resistor connected in place of each lamp cathode, electronic ballast shall operate at the maximum value of the voltage range for one hour. At the end of this period, the resistor shall be removed and the specified lamp shall be connected and it shall

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start and operate normally. For reset of ballast, switch off for 30s is permissible. 21.3 Incorrect Wiring There shall be no ballast failure in case of incorrect wiring at lamp side. 21.4 Electrode Broken/Emitter Exhausted The electronic ballast shall have a safety feature of a stop circuit in case of electrode being broken or emitter exhausted. For reset of ballast, switch off for 30s is permissible. 21.5 The electronic ballast shall be designed to withstand short circuit across the ac output terminals, overload and failure of electronic components without any fire hazards. For reset of ballast, switch off for 30s is permissible. 21.6 The current drawn from the supply at any of the voltages in the voltage range, shall not be more than 115% of the value obtained at the rated voltage. B. 1.0
2.0

General Requirements for all type of electronic ballast All ballasts/PCBs must have batch number, make and month & year printed on them.
Tests

Sampling for acceptance tests shall be done as given in Table-10 under column (N1+N2) of IS-1534/part-1. The tests shall be conducted by consignee/ purchaser or representative of consignee/ purchaser at firms premises. The list of tests to be conducted are summarized in a table that follows. For certain tests, previous type test reports/conformance certificates can be relied upon. However, the manufacturer cannot demand this as a matter of right.
S. No. 1. 2. Description Visual Examination Rated Current (max.) As per IEC 60929 Type Test
#

Routine Test

Acceptan ce Test

Method

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3. 4. 5.

Power consumption Power Factor Operating frequency of output voltage and wave form Illumination efficiency EMI Surge/Immunity/Dip s/ Burst test Starting time

As per IEC 60929 As per IEC 60929 As per Clause 5 of Section II Part A As per IEC 60929 As per CISPR 15 As per IEC 61547 As per IEC 60929, 60081 As per IEC 610003-2, IS 13021 Part 2 As per IEC 60929
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6. 7. 8. 9.

10. Total harmonic Distortion and individual harmonics 11. Crest factor 12. Moisture resistance & insulation 13. Provisions for protective earthing 14. Protection against accidental contact with live parts 15. Electric strength 16. Abnormal condition protection 16.1 Removal of lamp 16.2 Lamp fails to start (cathode intact electrically) 16.3 Incorrect Wiring 16.4 Electrode Broken/Emitter Exhausted 16.5 Short Ckt, etc

As per IEC 61347-1 As per IEC 61347-1 As per IEC 61347-1

As per IEC 61347-1

As per IEC 61347-1 As per IEC 61347-1

As per IEC 61347-1 As per IEC 61347-1

(one sample per lot)

As per Clause 21.5 of Section II of specs As per IEC 61347-1

17. Creepage distance & clearance

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18. Resistance to heat, fire & tracking 19. Resistance to corrosion 20. Change of Luminous Flux 21. Overvoltage withstanding 22. Fast Switch Cycle (2% sample) (one sample per lot)

As per IEC 61347-1 As per IEC 61347-1 As per Clause 2 of Section II of specification As per Clause 3 of Section II of specification As per Clause 18 of Section II of specification As per Clause 6 of Section II of specification As per IEC 60929

23. Operating voltage range 24. Endurance


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25. PCB material and thickness

# Until the railways are able to issue their vendor list, they may in the interim period invite tender/ place order with the provision of acceptance test alone, in instances where such recourse is considered necessary. In absence of any mention to the contrary in the tender and purchase order, it will be deemed that both type-test as well as acceptance test will need to be carried out.
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Type test certificate to be produced in lieu of test Certificate of conformity with regard to material of PCB is required to be furnished in lieu of test

3.0

Technical details to be furnished by the purchaser in his requisition are given in Annexure A and technical data to be furnished by the tenderer in his offer are given in Annexure B *******

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Section III This section prescribes the requirements of different type of luminaires for T5 fluorescent lamps. In the market, various types of luminaires are available and new types will get added from time to time. Further, the users will have different type of requirements for different environments. Keeping this in view, general requirements for luminaires have been laid down and in addition requirements have also been prescribed for specific types of luminaries. In their indents, railways will need to mention the specific luminaire type required by them. A. 1. 2. General requirements for T5 luminaires It shall be luminaire suitable for T5 fluorescent Lamp. The gear along with the other accessories shall have in built electronic ballast, which may be a separate ballast or integrated ballast with luminaire as per requirement. The type of fitting or housing channel shall be specified by users e.g. PVC channels, CRC channel, with reflector, without reflector etc. The Lamp holder shall be G5 type. The material used in rotor holders for contact with pins of lamps should be made of phosphor bronze. The fixing clamp shall be sturdy to avoid its falling during vibrations or sudden pressure of wind generated during passage of train, etc. Base, end caps and other caps shall be made of fire retardant and heat resistant material which meet the requirements specified in IEC/ IS specifications. Fitting shall be provided with an insulated cable for mains connector. Suitable mounting arrangement as specified by user shall be provided. The mounting instructions shall be provided along with every luminaire.

3.

4. 5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10. The fitting shall be packed in a poly bag, besides the outer card board box.

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11. The luminaire shall confirm to IEC 60598-2 with regards to approbation. 12. The photometric results obtained during type testing shall remain the benchmark for any photometric tests done later for that type of luminaire of same manufacturer. B. Additional features for luminaires of T5 fluorescent tubular lamps with PVC housing channel with/without Acrylic cover. The housing channel shall be sturdy, non conductive and made up of corrosion and rust free PVC. The fitting shall conform to electrical insulation class II which eliminates the necessity of separate earthing. Fitting shall be suitable for mounting on wall, ceiling, as well as suspension. Additional features for powder coated CRCA sheet luminaire of T5 fluorescent tubular lamps Luminaries shall be made of a 0.5mm CRCA channel wired with electronic ballast inside. All the sheet metal parts shall be pretreated by seven tank process and powder coated using epoxy polyester powder. The manufacturer shall submit a certificate to this effect. The housing channel shall be powder coated with coating thickness of 45-65 micron (test certificate to be submitted by the manufacturer) and colour shall be gloss white. The powder coated CRCA sheet channel should have specially designed plastic end supports for lamp holders. The fitting shall conform to electrical insulation class I with provision of separate earthing bush. Fitting shall be suitable for mounting on wall, ceiling, as well as suspension.

1. 2.

3.

C. 1. 2.

3.

4. 5.

6.

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7.

Termination: The luminaire shall be complete with control gears and pre-wired upto a terminal block. The luminaires shall have replaceable ballast. Additional features for mirror optic fitting for T5 lamps Tubular

8. D. 1.

Mounting: The luminaire shall be suitable for surface mounting as well as suspension/recess mounting Termination: The luminaire shall be complete with control gears and pre-wired upto a terminal block. Optical System - High efficiency mirror assembly of high quality pre anodized Aluminium with faceted side reflector and diffused white lamella. For ease of re-lamping it shall be fixed with the housing by specially designed spring mechanism so that it can be hinged also from one side. Mounting - There shall be a provision for suspension/recess mounting through 19mm dia conduit via 2 nos. EVA grommets or direct fixing by screws on ceiling. The optical compartment shall comprise of a special gear cover cum reflector that enhances efficiency. The optical system shall be fixed on the luminaire by a specially designed robust clip-on mechanism and can be hinged to the housing during re-lamping / maintenance. Housing of luminaire shall be rigid.

2. 3.

4.

5. 6.

7.

E.

Additional features for enclosed luminaire suitable for T5 linear fluorescent lamps (outdoor application)

This type is generally suitable for the Indian Railways platforms/open areas. 1. The luminaire shall be able to withstand functional shock, vandalism, dust and be water jet proof.

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2. 3.

The housing shall be made of polycarbonate with min thickness of 1.6mm. Cover shall be of UV stabilized polycarbonate with min thickness of 1.3mm. The cover shall be of clear polycarbonate and have serrated patterns. The luminaire shall have an IP rating of IP65. The luminaire shall have a impact resistance of IK08 level All external hardware including toggles shall be of stainless steel The reflector shall be of powder coating for better reflectivity. The gear tray containing all the accessories shall be made of 0.5mm cold rolled rust free stainless steel and shall be replaceable. The gear tray shall accommodate including electronic ballast. all electrical accessories

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mounting shall be decided based on requirement.

F. 1. 2.

Additional features for T5 luminaires suitable for streetlights It shall be made with CRCA sheet as per sub-section C. The housing shall be fabricated from deep drawn sheet aluminum stove enameled white or powder coated with coating thickness of 45-65 micron . The end caps may be made of impact-resistant engineering plastic for sturdy and excellent corrosion-resistant construction. The Gear tray cum reflector shall be made of CRCA sheet steel epoxy powder-coated white. The Gear tray shall accommodate all electrical accessories including electronic ballast. The Acrylic cover shall be made from clear methyl methacrylate sheet.

3. 4. 5. 6.

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7. 8.

Six or more numbers of toggles shall be provided for fixing the acrylic cover on to the canopy of the luminaire. It shall be suitable for side mounting with the help of U clamps provided on the canopy for pole diameter of max. 28mm outer dia or pipe mounting arrangement or pipe fixing. The luminaire shall be protected against ingress of dust and moisture with rubber gaskets provided in the housing. The gear tray shall accommodate comprising of electronic ballast. It shall conform to IP65. Tests Sampling for tests (type, acceptance and routine) shall be done as per IS-10322. The tests shall be conducted by consignee by purchaser or representative of consignee by purchaser at firms premises. The list of tests to be conducted are summarized in a table that follows. For certain tests, previous type test reports/conformance certificates can be relied upon. However, the manufacturer cannot demand this as a matter of right. all electrical accessories

9. 10. 11. G.

S. No. 1 2

Description Visual Examination Provision for Earthing

Type Routine Test# Test

Acceptance Test

Method

As per IEC 605981

5 6 7

Protection against Electric Shock Resistance to dust, objects and moisture Insulation resistance Electric strength Endurance test

As per 60598-1 As per 60529 As per 60598-1 As per 60598-1 As per 60598-1

IEC

IEC

IEC IEC IEC

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Thermal test (normal) 9 Thermal test (abnormal) 10 Resistance to heat 10.1 Ball pressure test Resistance to flame and ignition 11.1 Needle-flame test 11.2 Glow-wire 11

As per 60598-1 As per 60598-1

IEC IEC

As per IEC 60598-1 Clause 13.2

12

Resistance tracking Resistance corrosion

to

13

to

As per IEC 60598-1 Clause 13.3 As per IEC 60598-1 Clause 13.3 As per IEC 60598-1 Clause 13.4 As per IEC 60598-1 Clause 4.18 /clause 8 of IS 10322(part 4) As per clause 3 sub-section C of Section III

14 15

Photometry Powder Coating thickness of housing channel (applicable to CRCA fittings)

# Until the railways are able to issue their vendor list, they may in the interim period invite tender/ place order with the provision of acceptance test alone, in instances where such recourse is considered necessary. In absence of any mention to the contrary in the tender and purchase order, it will be deemed that both type-test as well as acceptance test will need to be carried out.

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H.

Technical details to be furnished by the purchaser in his requisition are given in Annexure A and technical data to be furnished by the tenderer in his offer are given in Annexure B ****

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Annexure - A Technical details to be furnished by the purchaser in his requisition 1. Lamp a) Wattage of lamp b) Color temperature (in degree Kelvin) c) Material to be accepted on type or acceptance test reports 2. Ballast (if required separately) a) The T-5 lamp wattage for which ballast is required b) Material to be accepted on type or acceptance test reports 3. Luminaire a) The T-5 lamp for which luminaire is required i.e. please mention 28W, 54W, etc. b) Type of fitting (e.g. 1X28W, 2X54W, etc.) c) PVC/ CRCA d) If it is PVC, then will it be with/ without batwings(reflector) or with/ without acrylic cover e) Mirror optic fitting (Yes/ No) f) Wall mounted/ Hung/ Recessed g) Enclosed luminaire is required for outdoor applications as per Sub-section E of Section III of the spec. (Yes/ No) h) Streetlight is required as per Sub-section F of Section III of the spec. (Yes/ No) i) Material to be accepted on type or acceptance test reports

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Annexure - B Technical data to be furnished by the tenderer in his offer 1. Lamp a) b) c) d) e) Make and model no. Lamp Wattage Color temperature Lumen output 15000 hours life (Certificate from accredited national/ international laboratory to be attached) f) Lumen maintenance after 2000, 6000, 12000 and 15000 burning hours (Certificate from accredited national/ international laboratory to be attached) g) Mercury content

2. Ballast a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Make and model no. Ballast for which type of lamp Rated current (max.) Operating voltage range Power consumption of ballast Power consumption of complete assembly, if relevant Power factor Max. case temperature Operating frequency

3. Luminaire a) Make and model no. b) Luminaire for which lamp has been offered i.e. please mention 28W, 54W, etc. c) Type of fitting (e.g. 1X28W, 2X54W, etc) d) PVC/ CRCA e) If PVC, will it be with/ without Acrylic cover f) Mirror optic fitting (Yes/ No) g) Wall mounted/ Hung/ Recessed h) Enclosed luminaire offered for outdoor application as per Subsection E of Section III (Yes/ No) i) Streetlight offered as per Sub-section F of Section III (Yes/ No)