BS EN 60598-2-22:1998 Luminaires. Particular requirements - Luminaires for emergency lighting (+A2:2008) (incorporating corrigenda December 1999, December 2005, October 2007 and August 2010) (Withdrawn)

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Specifies the requirements for emergency lighting luminaires for use with electrical light sources on emergency power supplies not exceeding 1000V. Also includes relevant requirements and tests that shall be conducted and complied with for control gears, that incorporate additional facilities such as remote control devices, indicators, changeover devices, etc.

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Superseded by BS EN 60598-2-22:2014. Amendment 10562 is Corrigendum No.1 dated December 1999 - Change to date of withdrawal (dow) of conflicting national standards. Amendment 14393 dated 20 June 2003 - See national foreword. Amendment 16331 is Corrigendum No.2 dated 30 June 2006 - Revision of Foreword, Annex ZA and Annex ZB. Amendment 17505 is Corrigendum No.3 dated 31 December 2007 - Revision of EN foreword. Amendment dated 30 September 2008 - Implementation of IEC amendment 2:2008 with CENELEC endorsement A2:2008, and alignment of BSI and CENELEC publication dates. Amendment dated 31 August 2010 - Inclusion of IEC amendment 2:2008 that was left out of previous amendment. Supersedes BS 4533-102-22:1990. Supersedes BS EN 60598-2-22:1998 +A1:2003.

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