22-10-2013

Internationale harmonisatie en acceptatie
van (meet) normen en richtlijnen

Daniel de Vos
Agenda
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•
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VSL introduction (film)
SSL International Harmonization
SSL Standarisation
End Q&A

VSL, Beyond all doubt
...
The company
VSL, The national metrology institute
of The Netherlands
VSL is a private company with (partly) a public task....
VSL optica film

VSL, Beyond all doubt
Pag. 4
22-10-2013

SSL International harmonization
International harmonization of SSL Performance
Requirements (1)

Why do we need international harmonization?
1. Take away ...
International harmonization of SSL
Performance Requirements (2)
Example of current trade barriers between regions

CHINA
C...
International harmonization of SSL
Performance Requirements (3)
Who is working on this?
International Energy Agency
Intern...
International harmonization of SSL
Performance Requirements (4)
Who is working on this?
Total of 30 LED experts from the f...
International harmonization of SSL
Performance Requirements (5)
What will be harmonized?
“Performance requirements” for 5 ...
How to get to Harmonization
Need for international standarized testing…..

VSL, Beyond all doubt
Pag. 11
Standardization of SSL Testing (1)
Current international status!


There are only regional Test methods
(CHINA: GB/T xxxx...
Standardization of SSL Testing (2)
Development of reliable and sustainable Testing-network
4 Nucleus labs to create the fo...
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22-10-2013

SSL Standardization
Purposes of LED & SSL Standards and
Specifications
− Product safety Ensure LED product safety: tests, requirements, and
ce...
Organisations involved in SSL standarization

VSL, Beyond all doubt
Pag. 17
Industry standards for LED lighting

IES LM-79-2008, Approved Method for the Electrical and
Photometric Testing of Solid-S...
Industry standards for LED lighting

IES LM-82-2012, Approved Method for the Characterization of
LED Light Engines and LED...
Industry standards for LED lighting

IES TM-21-2011, Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance
of LED Light Sources
Specifies...
Industry standards for LED lighting

NEMA SSL 3-2011, High-Power White LED Binning for
General Illumination
Provides a con...
Industry standards for LED lighting

NEMA SSL 6-2010, Solid State Lighting for Incandescent
Replacement—Dimming
Provides g...
Industry standards for LED lighting

NEMA SSL 7A-2013, Phase Cut Dimming for Solid State
Lighting: Basic Compatibility
Pro...
Standards in Development

ANSLG/ANSI C82.XX1, LED Drivers Reliability
CIE TC1-69, Color Quality Scale
IES LM-79 (revision)...
Standards in Development

IES LM-XX4, Method for the Electrical and Photometric
Measurements of Organic LED (OLED) Light S...
Summary
• SSL Harmonization very important to overcome
international barriers, ensure uniform quality and
performance
• In...
Lightingfacts.com
US initiative to value and select product (manufacturer) for
applications
European version on the way….
...
By Daniel de Vos, VSL
Contact ddevos@vsl.nl
VSL, Beyond all doubt
Pag. P 28
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  1. 1. 22-10-2013 Internationale harmonisatie en acceptatie van (meet) normen en richtlijnen Daniel de Vos
  2. 2. Agenda • • • • VSL introduction (film) SSL International Harmonization SSL Standarisation End Q&A VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 2
  3. 3. The company VSL, The national metrology institute of The Netherlands VSL is a private company with (partly) a public task. ~ 100 Employees (R&D Calibrations and Consultancy) Turnover 14 million  55% Ministry of Economic Affairs  45% Market (calibrations & consultancy) 3 - departments divided by our services :  Calibration, Testing and Reference Materials  Customized Applied Metrology  Research and Development VSL is located in Delft VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 3
  4. 4. VSL optica film VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 4
  5. 5. 22-10-2013 SSL International harmonization
  6. 6. International harmonization of SSL Performance Requirements (1) Why do we need international harmonization? 1. Take away international trade barriers 2. Governments need reliable performance data for: - policy on CO2 reduction (G20 agreement) - policy on Energy savings - Consumer protection (quality assurance) VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 6
  7. 7. International harmonization of SSL Performance Requirements (2) Example of current trade barriers between regions CHINA CQC3127-2010 CQC3128-2010 CQC3129-2010 CQC3130-2011 VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 7 Differences in performance requirements in regulations create trade barriers
  8. 8. International harmonization of SSL Performance Requirements (3) Who is working on this? International Energy Agency International organization funded and supported by 28 countries to secure and support energy supply and efficiency  Policy on Efficient Electrical End-Use Equipment - Program 4E Solid State Lighting Annex: “The goal of this annex is to develop simple measurement tools to help government and consumers world-wide quickly and confidently identify which SSL lighting products have the necessary efficiencies and quality levels to effectively reduce the amount of energy that is currently consumed by artificial lighting” http://www.iea-4e.org VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 8
  9. 9. International harmonization of SSL Performance Requirements (4) Who is working on this? Total of 30 LED experts from the following countries France China Sweden VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 9 USA England Australia Netherlands Japan Denmark
  10. 10. International harmonization of SSL Performance Requirements (5) What will be harmonized? “Performance requirements” for 5 types of LED products: Nondirectional Lamps Directional Lamps Downlight Fixtures LED Linear replacement lamps The tables are published for discussion on the IEA-4E-SSL website! VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 10 Outdoor Luminaires
  11. 11. How to get to Harmonization Need for international standarized testing….. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 11
  12. 12. Standardization of SSL Testing (1) Current international status!  There are only regional Test methods (CHINA: GB/T xxxx-201x)  The Test methods are incomplete often only LED lamps and LED luminaries Solution is on its way! IEA SSL program has developed and evaluated a draft Test method >> to become a CIE/CEN standard Pag. 12
  13. 13. Standardization of SSL Testing (2) Development of reliable and sustainable Testing-network 4 Nucleus labs to create the foundation of the International network NLTC (China) (NL) Europe USA NIST (USA) VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 13 Asia 1 Asia 2 NMIJ (Japan)
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  15. 15. 22-10-2013 SSL Standardization
  16. 16. Purposes of LED & SSL Standards and Specifications − Product safety Ensure LED product safety: tests, requirements, and certifications − Testing methods Describe consistent methods to test SSL products − Performance requirements Define performance related characteristics − European programs specifications (e.g. Eco-label): Qualify products for energy saving and consumers protection VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 16
  17. 17. Organisations involved in SSL standarization VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 17
  18. 18. Industry standards for LED lighting IES LM-79-2008, Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Testing of Solid-State Lighting Devices Specifies a standard test method for measuring the photometric properties of SSL devices, allowing calculation of luminaire efficacy IES LM-80-2008, Approved Method for Measuring Lumen Depreciation of LED Light Sources Specifies a standard method for measuring the lumen depreciation of LEDs, allowing calculation of LED lifetime. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 18
  19. 19. Industry standards for LED lighting IES LM-82-2012, Approved Method for the Characterization of LED Light Engines and LED Lamps for Electrical and Photometric Properties as a Function of Temperature Provides a method for measuring the lumen degradation of light engine products at various temperatures in support of manufacturers determining LED luminaire reliability and lifetime characteristics. IES RP-16 Addenda a and b, Nomenclature and Definitions for Illuminating Engineering Provides industry-standard definitions for terminology related to solid-state lighting. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 19
  20. 20. Industry standards for LED lighting IES TM-21-2011, Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources Specifies a recommended method for projecting the lumen maintenance of LED light sources based on LM-80 collected data. NEMA SSL 1-2010, Electronic Drivers for LED Devices, Arrays, or Systems Provides specifications for and operating characteristics of non-integral electronic drivers (power supplies) for LED devices, arrays, or systems intended for general lighting applications. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 20
  21. 21. Industry standards for LED lighting NEMA SSL 3-2011, High-Power White LED Binning for General Illumination Provides a consistent format for categorizing (binning) color varieties of LEDs during their production and integration into lighting products. NEMA SSL 4-2012, Retrofit Lamps: Minimum Performance Requirements Provides performance criteria standards for integral LED lamps, including color, light output, operating voltage. lumen maintenance, size, and electrical characteristics. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 21
  22. 22. Industry standards for LED lighting NEMA SSL 6-2010, Solid State Lighting for Incandescent Replacement—Dimming Provides guidance for those seeking to design and build or work with solid state lighting products intended for retrofit into systems that previously used incandescent screw base lamps. Addresses dimming of these products and the interaction between the dimmer (control) and the bulb (lamp). VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 22
  23. 23. Industry standards for LED lighting NEMA SSL 7A-2013, Phase Cut Dimming for Solid State Lighting: Basic Compatibility Provides recommendations for applying and matching phase cut dimming technology to LED products. UL 8750, Safety Standard for Light Emitting Diode (LED) Equipment for Use in Lighting Products Specifies the minimum safety requirements for SSL components, including LEDs and LED arrays, power supplies, and control circuitry. VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 23
  24. 24. Standards in Development ANSLG/ANSI C82.XX1, LED Drivers Reliability CIE TC1-69, Color Quality Scale IES LM-79 (revision), Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Testing of Solid-State Lighting Devices IES LM-80 (revision), Approved Method for Measuring Lumen Depreciation of LED Light Sources IES LM-84, Method for Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED Lamps, Light Engines, and Luminaires IES LM-85, Approved Method for the Measurements of High Power LEDs VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 24
  25. 25. Standards in Development IES LM-XX4, Method for the Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Organic LED (OLED) Light Sources IES LM-XX5, LED Reliability Tests IES LM-XX6, AC LED Measurements IES TM-26, Method for Estimating the Rated Life of an LED Product IES TM-28, Prediction of Lumen Maintenance of LED Lamps and Luminaires UL 1598C (revision), Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Retrofit Luminaire Conversion Kits VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 25
  26. 26. Summary • SSL Harmonization very important to overcome international barriers, ensure uniform quality and performance • International SSL draft test methods under review • European norms CIE on the way • In the meantime follow IES TM-xx Thank You VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 26
  27. 27. Lightingfacts.com US initiative to value and select product (manufacturer) for applications European version on the way…. http://www.lightingfacts.com/Products VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. 27
  28. 28. By Daniel de Vos, VSL Contact ddevos@vsl.nl VSL, Beyond all doubt Pag. P 28

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