LED energy-saving lamp detection of technical requirements
LED energy-saving lamps as a new product, the current North American product safety standards are not specifically for the technical requirements of such products, LED product testing has become a subject of the industry. US UL laboratory for the current situation in this industry, is organizing the preparation of LED energy-saving lamp safety certification standards UL8750, this standard is still draft, not formally adopted as a certification standard. Therefore, the LED energy-saving lamp certification test problem, has not been completely resolved.
The basic principle of LED energy-saving lamps is through the switch-type power supply module will be converted to direct current AC power to the light-emitting diode to work. According to the basic principles and structural characteristics of LED energy-saving lamps, the United States MET laboratory proposed a transitional testing program at this stage: the use of traditional energy-saving lamps US certification standards UL1993 (corresponding to the Canadian standard CAN / CSA-C22.2No.0, CAN / CSA-C22.2No.74), and the power module standard UL1310 or UL1012 (corresponding to the Canadian standard CAN / CSA-C22.2No.107) on the LED energy-saving lamps for testing and certification.