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BS EN 60598-2-22:2014 Luminaires. Particular requirements - luminaires for emergency lighting (IEC 60598-2-22:2014) (incorporating corrigenda June 2014, April 2016 and September 2016)

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2014

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Abstract

Specifies the requirements for emergency luminaires for use with electrical lamps on emergency power supplies not exceeding 1000V. With general requirements for emergency lighting equipment.


Document History

Supersedes BS EN 60598-2-22:1998+A2:2008. Amendment dated 31 March 2015 - Implementation of IEC corrigendum June 2014: alteration of Subclause 22.7.3. Amendment dated 31 May 2016 - Implementation of IEC corrigendum April 2016. Amendment dated 30 November 2016 - Implementation of CENELEC corrigendum September 2016: references to ISO 30061, Emergency lighting replaced by EN 1838, Lighting applications - emergency lighting throughout document.

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