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ADR 51/00 Standards/Australian Design Rules for Vehicles as made
This is a vehicle standard determined under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 providing requirements for filament lamps.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
General Comments: This standard was originally made under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 and from 1 July 2021 continues in force as if it were a national road vehicle standard determined under section 12 of the Road Vehicle Standards Act 2018 (see Schedule 3, Part 2, item 2 of the Road Vehicle Standards (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Act 2018).

This Standard repeals each vehicle standard with the name Australian Design Rule 51/00 — Filament Lamps that is: (a) made under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989; and (b) in force at the commencement of this Standard. This Standard also repeals each instrument made under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 that creates a vehicle standard with the name Australian Design Rule 51/00 — Filament Lamps, if there are no other vehicle standards created by that instrument, or amendments to vehicle standards made by that instrument, that are still in force at the commencement of this Standard.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 56C
Registered 29 Sep 2006
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR09-Oct-2006
Tabled Senate09-Oct-2006

 

 

 

 

Vehicle Standard (Australian Design Rule 51/00 – Filament Lamps) 2006

I, JAMES ERIC LLOYD, Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads, determine this vehicle standard under subsection 7 (1) of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989.

 

 

 

 

Dated               23 September 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[SIGNED]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Eric Lloyd

 

Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads


 

CONTENTS

 

0.           legislative provisions............................................................................ 3

1.           SCOPE................................................................................................................ 3

2.           APPLICABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION................................................... 3

3.           DEFINITIONS.................................................................................................... 3

4.           REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................... 3

5.           EXEMPTIONS AND ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES..................................... 4

6.           SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.......................................... 4

7.           ALTERNATIVE STANDARDS.......................................................................... 4

8.           NOTES................................................................................................................ 5

 


0.                                          legislative provisions

0.1.                                    NAME OF STANDARD

0.1.1.                              This Standard is the Vehicle Standard (Australian Design Rule 51/00 – Filament Lamps) 2006.

0.1.2.                              This Standard may also be cited as Australian Design Rule 51/00 — Filament Lamps.

0.2.                                    COMMENCEMENT

0.2.1.                              This Standard commences on the day after it is registered.

0.3.                                    REPEAL

0.3.1.                              This Standard repeals each vehicle standard with the name Australian Design Rule 51/00 — Filament Lamps that is:

                        (a)        made under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989; and

                        (b)        in force at the commencement of this Standard.

0.3.2.                              This Standard also repeals each instrument made under section 7 of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 that creates a vehicle standard with the name Australian Design Rule 51/00 — Filament Lamps, if there are no other vehicle standards created by that instrument, or amendments to vehicle standards made by that instrument, that are still in force at the commencement of this Standard.

1.                                          SCOPE

This Australian Design Rule (ADR) prescribes the dimensional and photometric requirements for filament lamps which ensure interchangeability and correct functioning when installed in a lamp unit.

2.                                          APPLICABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION

2.1.                                    The circumstances under which lamps are mandatory, optional, or prohibited are set out in either  ADRs 13/.., 19/… or 67/….

3.                                          DEFINITIONS

3.1.                                    Refer to paragraph 2.1 of Appendix A.

4.                                          REQUIREMENTS

4.1.                                    Devices complying with the technical requirements of Appendix A, part 5 Exemptions and Alternative Procedures and part 6 Supplementary General Requirements shall be accepted as complying with this vehicle standard.


5.                                          EXEMPTIONS AND ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURES

5.1.                                    The following provisions of Appendix A do not apply.

5.1.1.                              Administrative provisions

                        Section 2.2       Application for approval          

                        Section 2.4       Approval

                        Section 3.8       Observation concerning selective yellow colour.

                        Section 5          Penalties for non conformity of production

                        Section 6          Production definitely discontinued

                        Section 7          Names and addresses of technical services responsible for conducting approval tests, and of administrative departments

                        Section 8          Transitional provisions

                        Annexes

                        Annex 2           Communication concerning the approval (or refusal or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued) of a type of filament lamp pursuant to Regulation No. 37

                        Annex 3           Example of the arrangement of the approval mark

6.                                          SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

The following general requirements are supplementary to the requirements of Appendix A:

6.1.                                    The requirements and procedures set out in Annexes 6 and 7 of Appendix A are acceptable for the purposes of demonstrating compliance with the technical requirements of this rule.

6.2.                                    In paragraph 3.10 of Appendix A, it is permissible to use filament lamps other than standard filament lamps listed in Annex 1 for photometric tests specified in lighting component ADRs which refer to ADR 51/… provided those filament lamps comply with paragraph 7.2 and other requirements of this Rule except for Annex 1.

6.3.                                    In cases where it is not possible to meet the requirements of paragraph 2.3, Inscriptions, information necessary to ensure traceability of replaceable components affecting the photometric performance must be provided. This information shall be marked on the bulb, or the cap, or permanently marked on the lamp body.

7.                                          ALTERNATIVE STANDARDS

7.1.                                    The technical requirements of  any of the editions of United Nations –Economic Commission (UN ECE) for Europe Regulation No. 37 - UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF FILAMENT LAMPS FOR USE IN APPROVED LAMP UNITS OF POWER DRIVEN VEHICLES AND OF THEIR TRAILERS, up to and including the edition incorporating the 03 series of amendments are deemed to be equivalent to the technical requirements of this rule.

7.2.                                    Filament lamps conforming to FMVSS 108 Lamps Reflective Devices and Associated Equipment, SAE J573 Dec89 Miniature Lamp Bulbs and JIS C 7506 – 1994 Lamp Bulbs for Motor Vehicles, may be used in lighting and light signalling devices in which case the photometric test must be conducted as referenced in paragraphs 6.2 and 6.3 using either

7.2.1.                              a standard filament lamp which has been selected as specified in the relevant standard referenced in clause 7.2 above; or

7.2.2.                              where selection of standard filament lamp is not addressed in the standard chosen from those required in clause 7.2 above, then the light and light signalling device must be capable of meeting those photometric requirements using any of the filament lamps of the selected type that conform to the specifications in that standard.

8.                                          NOTES

8.1.                                    In place of Regulation No 48 where referenced in Appendix A, read ADR 13/00.


Appendix A

UN-ECE REGULATION NO. 37/03

UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF FILAMENT LAMPS FOR USE IN APPROVED LAMP UNITS OF  POWER DRIVEN VEHICLES AND THEIR TRAILERS

 

 

NOTE:

In view of recent changes to the Regulation, text containing Supplements 8 and 9 have not been incorporated in the main Regulation document. Supplements 8 and 9 have been attached at the end of R37/03. Changes in the texts of Supplements 8 and 9 will be incorporated into the Regulation when the consolidated document is available from the UN-ECE.


Regulation No. 37

UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF FILAMENT LAMPS FOR USE IN APPROVED LAMP UNITS OF POWER DRIVEN VEHICLES AND OF THEIR TRAILERS

CONTENTS

REGULATION

1.                Scope

2.                Administrative provisions

2.1.             Definitions

2.2.             Application for approval

2.3.             Inscriptions

2.4.             Approval

3.                Technical requirements

3.1.             Definitions

3.2.             General specifications

3.3.             Manufacture

3.4.             Tests

3.5.             Filament position and dimensions

3.6.             Colour

3.7.             The UV radiation of a halogen filament

3.8.             lampObservation concerning selective-yellow colour

3.9.             Check on optical quality

3.10.           Standard filament lamps

4.                Conformity of production

5.                Penalties for non-conformity of production

6.                Production definitely discontinued

7.                Names and addresses of technical services responsible for conducting approval tests, and of administrative departments

8.                Transitional provisions

 

ANNEXES

Annex 1      Sheets

Sheets H1

Sheets H2

Sheets H3

Sheets H4

Sheets P21W

Sheet P21/4W

Sheets P21/5W

Sheet R5W

Sheet R10W

Sheet C5W

Sheets C21W (filament lamp for reversing lamp)

Sheet T4W

Sheet W5W

Sheet W3W

Sheets S1 and S2 (filament lamps for motor cycles)

Sheet S3 (filament lamp for mopeds)

CONTENTS (continued)

Sheets S4 (filament lamp for mopeds)

Sheets HS1

Sheets HS2 (halogen filament lamp for mopeds)

Sheets PY21W (amber coloured filament lamp)

Sheet H6W

Sheets HB3

Sheets HB4

Sheet T1.4W

Sheet H7

Sheets H27W

Sheets P27W

Sheets P27W/7W

Sheet WY5W

Sheets H21W

Sheets W21W

Sheets W21/5W

Sheets W2.3W

Sheets H8

Sheets W16W

Sheets HIR1

Sheets PY27/7W

Sheets HIR2

Sheets H9

Sheets H10

Annex 2      Communication concerning the approval (or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued) of a type of filament lamp pursuant to Regulation No. 37

Annex 3      Example of the arrangement of the approval mark */

Annex 4      Luminous centre and shapes of lamp filaments

Annex 5      Checking the colour and transmission of selective-yellow bulbs and outer bulbs and amber bulbs Annex 6   Minimum requirements for quality control procedures by the manufacturer

Annex 7      Sampling and compliance levels for manufacturer tests records

Annex 8      Minimum requirements for spot checks by the administrative authority

Annex 9      Compliance approved by spot check


Regulation No. 37

UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF FILAMENT LAMPS FOR USE IN APPROVED LAMP UNITS OF POWER DRIVEN VEHICLES AND OF THEIR TRAILERS

1.                SCOPE

                   This Regulation applies to filament lamps shown in annex 1 and intended for use in approved lamp units of power driven vehicles and of their trailers.

2.                ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

2.1.             Definitions

2.1.1.          Definition of "category"

                   The term "category" is used in this Regulation to describe different basic design of standardized filament lamps. Each category has a specific designation, as for example: "F1", "P21W", "T4W".

2.1.2.          Definition of "type"

                   Filament lamps of different "types" are lamps within the same category which differ in such essential respects as:

2.1.2.1.       trade name or mark; 1/

2.1.2.2.       bulb design, in so far as these differences affect the optical results;

2.1.2.3.       bulb colour

                   A selective-yellow bulb or an additional selective-yellow outer bulb, solely intended to change the colour but not the other characteristics of a colourless filament lamp, does not constitute a change of type of the filament lamp;

2.1.2.4.       rated voltage.

2.2.             Application for approval

2.2.1.          The application for approval shall be submitted by the owner of the trade name or mark, or by his duly accredited representative.

2.2.2.          Every application for approval shall be accompanied (see also para. 2.4.2.) by:

2.2.2.1.       drawings in triplicate, sufficiently detailed to permit identification of the type;

2.2.2.2.       a brief technical description;

2.2.2.3.       five samples of each colour which has been applied for.

2.2.3.          In the case of a type of filament lamp differing only by the trade name or mark from a type that has already been approved it shall be sufficient to submit:

2.2.3.1.       a declaration by the lamp manufacturer that the type submitted is identical (except in the trade name or mark) with and has been produced by the same manufacturer as, the type already approved, the latter being identified by its approval code;

2.2.3.2.       two samples bearing the new trade name or mark.

2.2.4.          The competent authority shall verify the existence of satisfactory arrangements for ensuring effective control of the conformity of production before type approval is granted.

2.3.             Inscriptions

2.3.1.          Filament lamps submitted for approval shall bear on the cap or bulb: 2/

2.3.1.1.       the trade name or mark of the applicant;

2.3.1.2.       the rated voltage;

2.3.1.3.       the international designation of the relevant category;

2.3.1.4.       the rated wattage (in the sequence, principal filament/secondary filament for dual- filament lamps); this need not be indicated separately if it is part of the international designation of the relevant filament lamp category;

2.3.1.5.       a space of sufficient size to accommodate the approval mark.

2.3.2.          The space mentioned in paragraph 2.3.1.5. above shall be indicated in the drawings accompanying the application for approval.

2.3.3.          Halogen filament lamps */ meeting the requirements of paragraph 3.7. below shall be marked with a  "U".

2.3.4.          Other inscriptions than those covered by paragraphs 2.3.1. and 2.4.3. may be affixed, on the condition that they do not adversely affect the luminous characteristics.

2.4.             Approval

2.4.1.          If all the samples of a type of filament lamp which are submitted in pursuance of paragraphs 2.2.2.3. or 2.2.3.2. above meet the requirements of this Regulation, approval shall be granted.

2.4.2.          An approval code shall be assigned to each type approved. Its first character (at present   2 corresponding to the 02 series of amendments which entered into force on 27 October 1983 and to the 03 series of amendments, not requiring changes in the approval number, which entered into force on 1 June 1984) shall indicate the series of amendments incorporating the most recent major technical amendments made to the Regulation at the time of issue of the approval. This will be followed by an identification code comprising not more than two characters. Only the arabic numerals and capital letters listed in footnote 3/ shall be used. The same Contracting Party may not assign the same code to another  type  of  filament  lamp.  Notice  of  approval  or  of  extension  or  refusal  or withdrawal of approval or production definitely discontinued of a type of filament lamp pursuant to this Regulation shall be communicated to the Parties to the 1958 Agreement which apply this Regulation by means of a form conforming to the model in annex 2 to this Regulation. If the applicant so desires the approval code may be assigned to the colourless and to the selective-yellow filament lamp (see para. 2.1.2.3.).

2.4.3.          To every filament lamp conforming to a type approved under this Regulation there shall be affixed in the space referred to in paragraph 2.3.1.5., in addition to the inscriptions required under paragraph 2.3.1., an international approval mark consisting of:

2.4.3.1.       a truncated circle surrounding the letter "E" followed by the distinguishing number of the country which has granted approval; 4/

2.4.3.2.       the approval code, placed close to the truncated circle.

2.4.4.          If the applicant has obtained the same approval code for several trade names or marks, one or more of them will suffice to meet the requirements of paragraph 2.3.1.1.

2.4.5.          The marks and inscriptions specified in paragraphs 2.3.1. and 2.4.3. shall be clearly legible and be indelible.

2.4.6.          Annex 3 to this Regulation gives an example of arrangement of the approval mark.

3.                TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

3.1.             Definitions

3.1.1.          Rated voltage: voltage (in V) marked on the filament lamp;

3.1.2.          Rated wattage: wattage (in W) marked on the filament lamp which may be incorporated into the international designation of the relevant category;

3.1.3.          Test voltage: voltage, at the filament lamp terminals for which the electrical and photometric characteristics of the filament lamp are intended and are to be tested;

3.1.4.          Objective values: values to be achieved, within the specified tolerances, when the filament lamp is supplied with current at its test voltage;

3.1.5.          Standard filament lamp: a lamp with colourless bulb (except for amber filament lamps) and with reduced dimensional tolerances, used for the testing of lighting devices. Standard filament lamps are specified in only one voltage rating for each category;

3.1.6.          Reference luminous flux: specified luminous flux of a standard filament lamp to which the optical characteristics of a lighting device shall be referred;

3.1.7.          Measuring luminous flux: specified value of the luminous flux for testing a filament lamp in the standard headlamp as specified in paragraph 3.8.;

3.1.8.          Reference  axis:  an  axis  defined  with  reference  to  the  cap  and  to  which  certain dimensions of the filament lamp are referred;

3.1.9.          Reference  plane:  a plane defined  with  reference  to the  cap and to  which certain dimensions of the filament lamp are referred.

3.2.             General specifications

3.2.1.          Each sample submitted shall conform to the relevant specifications of this Regulation.

3.2.2.          Filament lamps shall be so designed as to be and to remain in good working order when in normal use. They shall moreover exhibit no fault in design or manufacture.

3.3.             Manufacture

3.3.1.          Filament lamp bulbs shall exhibit no scores or spots which might impair their efficiency and their optical performance.

3.3.2.          Filament lamps shall be equipped with standard caps complying with the cap data sheets of IEC Publication 61, third edition, as specified on the individual lamp data sheets of annex 1.

3.3.3.          The cap shall be strong and firmly secured to the bulb.

3.3.4.          To ascertain whether filament lamps conform to the requirements of paragraphs 3.3.1. to 3.3.3. above, a visual inspection, a dimension check and, where necessary, a trial fitting shall be carried out.

3.4.             Tests

3.4.1.          Filament lamps shall first be aged at their test voltage for approximately one hour.  For dual-filament lamps, each filament shall be aged separately.

3.4.2.          In the case of a coloured bulb after the aging period corresponding to paragraph 3.4.1. the surface of the bulb shall be lightly wiped with a cotton cloth soaked in a mixture of 70vol.% of n-heptane and 30vol.% of toluol. After about five minutes, the surface shall be inspected visually. It must not show any apparent changes.

3.4.3.          The position and dimensions of the filaments shall be measured with the filament lamps being supplied with current at from 90% to 100% of the test voltage.

3.4.4.          Unless otherwise specified, electrical and photometric measurements shall be carried out at the test voltage.

3.4.5.          Electrical measurements shall be carried out with instruments of at least class 0.2.

3.4.6.          The luminous flux specified on the filament lamp data sheets of annex 1 is valid for filament lamps emitting white light, unless a special colour is stated there.

                   In the case where selective-yellow colour is allowed, the luminous flux of the filament lamp with selective-yellow outer bulb shall be at least 85% of the specified luminous flux of the relevant filament lamp with colourless bulb.

3.5.             Filament position and dimensions

3.5.1.          The geometric shapes of the filaments shall in principle be as specified on the lamp data sheets of annex 1.

3.5.2.          For line filaments the correct position and shape shall be checked as specified in the relevant data sheets.

3.5.3.          If the filament is shown on the lamp data sheet in at least one view as a point, the position of the luminous centre shall be determined in conformity with annex 4.

3.5.4.          The length of a line filament shall be determined by its ends, defined - unless otherwise specified on the relevant data sheet - as the apices of the first and the last filament turn as seen in projection perpendicular to the reference axis of the lamp. Such an apex shall comply with the requirement that the angle formed by the legs shall not exceed 90 degrees .  In the case of coiled-coil filaments the apices of the secondary turns shall be taken into account.

3.5.4.1.       For axial filaments the extreme position of the apices considered shall be determined by rotating the filament lamp about its reference axis. The length shall then be measured in a direction parallel to the reference axis.

3.5.4.2.       For transverse filaments the filament axis shall be placed perpendicular to the direction of projection. The length shall be measured in a direction perpendicular to the reference axis.

3.6.             Colour

3.6.1.          The bulb of the filament lamp shall be colourless, 5/ unless otherwise prescribed on the relevant data sheet.

3.6.2.          The colorimetric characteristics, expressed in CIE chromaticity coordinates, shall lie within the following limits: finished filament lamps with selective yellow bulb or outer bulb

                   limit towards red:               y > 0.138  + 0.580x;

                   limit towards green:            y < 1.29x  - 0.100;

                   limit towards white:            y > -x  + 0.966;

                                                            (y > -x + 0.940 and y = 0.440 for front fog lamps);

                   limit towards spectral value:            y < -x  + 0.992;

                   finished filament lamps with amber bulb

                   limit towards red:               y > 0.398

                   limit towards green:            y < 0.429

                   limit towards white:            z < 0.007

3.6.3.          The colour and the transmission of the bulb of filament lamps emitting coloured light shall be measured by the method specified in annex 5.

3.7.             The UV radiation of a halogen filament lamp  shall be such that:

                   where:       Ee (lamda)   [W/nm]  is the spectral distribution of the radiant flux; V (lamda)   [l]  is the spectral luminous efficiency;

                                    lamda  [nm]  is the wave length.

                   This value shall be calculated using intervals of five nanometre.

3.8.             Observation concerning selective-yellow colour

                   An approval of a filament lamp type under this Regulation may be granted, pursuant to paragraph 3.6 above, for a filament lamp with a colourless as well as a selective-yellow bulb or outer bulb; article 3 of the Agreement to which this Regulation is annexed shall not prevent the Contracting Parties from prohibiting, on vehicles registered by them, lamps emitting either white or selective-yellow light.

3.9.             Check on optical quality

                   (Applies  solely  to  filament  lamps  with  two  filaments  for  headlamps  emitting  an asymmetrical passing beam).

3.9.1.          This check of optical quality shall be carried out at a voltage such that the measuring luminous flux is obtained; the specifications of paragraph 3.4.6. are to be observed accordingly.

3.9.2.          For 12V filament lamps emitting white light:

                   The sample which most nearly conforms to the requirements laid down for the standard filament lamp shall be tested in a standard headlamp as specified in paragraph 3.8.5. and it shall be verified whether the assembly comprising the aforesaid headlamp and the filament lamp being tested meets the light-distribution requirements laid down for the passing beam in the relevant Regulation.

3.9.3.          For 6V and 24V filament lamps emitting white light: The sample which most nearly conforms to the nominal dimension values shall be tested in a standard headlamp as specified in paragraph 3.8.5. and it shall be verified whether the assembly comprising the aforesaid headlamp and the filament lamp being tested meets the light-distribution requirements laid down for the passing-beam in the relevant Regulation. Deviations not exceeding 10% of the minimum values will be acceptable.

3.9.4.          Filament lamps having a selective-yellow bulb or outer bulb shall be tested in the same manner as described in paragraphs 3.8.2. and 3.8.3. in a standard headlamp as specified in paragraph 3.8.5. to ensure that the illumination complies with at least 85%, for 12V filament lamps, and at least 77%, for 6V and 24V filament lamps, with the minimum values of the light-distribution requirements laid down for the passing beam in the relevant Regulation. The maximum illumination limits remain unchanged.

                   In the case of a filament lamp having a selective-yellow bulb this test shall be left out if the approval is also given to the same type of filament lamp emitting white light.

3.9.5.          A headlamp shall be deemed to be a standard headlamp if:

3.9.5.1.       it satisfies the pertinent conditions of approval;

3.9.5.2.       it has an effective diameter of not less than 160mm;

3.9.5.3.       with a standard filament lamp it produces at the various points and in the various zones specified for the headlamp type concerned, illumination equal to:

3.9.5.3.1.    not more than 90% of the maximum limits and

3.9.5.3.2.    not less than 120% of the minimum limits prescribed for the headlamp type concerned.

3.10.           Standard filament lamps

                   Standard  filament  lamps  for  photometric  tests  of  headlamps  and  light-signalling appliances are specified on the relevant data sheets of annex 1. Standard filament lamps shall have colourless bulbs (except for amber filament lamps) and be specified for only one rated voltage.

4.                CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION

4.1.             Filament lamps approved to this Regulation shall be so manufactured as to conform to the type approved by meeting the inscriptions and technical requirements set forth in paragraph 3 above and annexes 1, 3 and 4 to this Regulation.

4.2.             In order to verify that the requirements of paragraph 4.1. are met, suitable controls of the production shall be carried out.

4.3.             The holder of the approval shall in particular:

4.3.1.          ensure existence of procedures for the effective control of the quality of products,

4.3.2.          have access to the control equipment necessary for checking the conformity to each approved type,

4.3.3.          ensure that data of test results are recorded and that related documents shall remain available for a period to be determined in accordance with the administrative service,

4.3.4.          analyse the results of each type of test, applying criteria of annex 7, in order to verify and ensure the stability of the product characteristics making allowance for variation of an industrial production,

4.3.5.          ensure that for each type of filament lamp, at least the tests prescribed in annex 6 to this Regulation are carried out,

4.3.6.          ensure that any collecting of samples giving evidence of non-conformity with the type of test considered shall give rise to another sampling and another test. All the necessary steps shall be taken to re-establish the conformity of the corresponding production.

4.4.             The competent authority which has granted type-approval may at any time verify the conformity control methods applicable to each production unit.

4.4.1.          In every inspection, the test books and production survey records shall be presented to the visiting inspector.

4.4.2.          The inspector may take samples at random which will be tested in the manufacturer's laboratory. The minimum number of samples may be determined according to the results of the manufacturer's own verification.

4.4.3.          When the quality level appears unsatisfactory or when it seems necessary to verify the validity of the tests carried out in application of paragraph 4.4.2. above, the inspector shall select samples, to be sent to the technical service which has conducted the type approval tests.

4.4.4.          The competent authority may carry out any tests prescribed in this Regulation. Where the competent authority decides to carry out spot checks, criteria of annexes 8 and 9 to this Regulation shall be applied.

4.4.5.          The normal frequency of inspections authorized by the competent authority shall be one every two years. In the case where negative results are recorded during one of these visits, the competent authority shall ensure that all necessary steps are taken to re- establish the conformity of production as rapidly as possible.

5.                PENALTIES FOR NON-CONFORMITY OF PRODUCTION

5.1.             The approval granted in respect of a type of filament lamp pursuant to this Regulation may be withdrawn if the requirements are not met or if a filament lamp bearing the approval mark does not conform to the type approved.

5.2.             If a Contracting Party to the Agreement applying this Regulation withdraws an approval it has previously granted, it shall forthwith so notify the other Contracting Parties applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model   in annex 2 to this Regulation.

6.                PRODUCTION DEFINITELY DISCONTINUED

                   If the holder of the approval completely ceases to manufacture a type of filament lamp approved in accordance with this Regulation, he shall so inform the authority which granted the approval. Upon receiving the relevant communication, that authority shall inform thereof the other Parties to the 1958 Agreement applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model in annex 2 to this Regulation.

7.                NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF TECHNICAL SERVICES RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDUCTING APPROVAL TESTS, AND OF ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS

                   The Parties to the 1958 Agreement which apply this Regulation shall communicate to the  United  Nations  Secretariat  the  names  and  addresses  of  the  technical  services responsible for conducting approval tests and of the administrative departments which grant approval and to which forms certifying approval or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval, or production definitely discontinued issued in other countries, are to be sent.

8.                TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

8.1.             Approvals granted under the preceding series of amendments shall remain valid, except that for conformity of production, current production filament lamps shall comply with the requirements of the latest series of amendments starting 12 months from the date of application of this amendment.

8.2.             The correspondence between the former designations and the new ones is indicated in the following table:

Old designation

New designation in the 03 series of amendments

P25-1

P21W

P25-2

P21/5W

R19/5

R5W

R19/10

R10W

C11

C5W

C15

C21W

T8/4

T4W

W10/5

W5W

W10/3

W3W


Annex 1


CATEGORY R2

Sheet R2/1

The drawings are intended only to illustrate the essential dimensions of the filament lamp.

1/The reference axis is the perpendicular to the reference plane and passes through the centre of the 45mm cap diameter.

2/The bulb shall be colourless or selective-yellow.

3/No part of the cap shall, by reflection of light emitted by the passing-beam filament, throw any stray rising ray when the filament lamp is in the normal operating position on the vehicle.

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament lamp

Rated

V

64/

4/The values indicated on the left and on the right refer to the driving-beam filament and the passing-beam filament respectively.

124/

244/

124/

Values

W

45

40

45

40

55

50

45

40

Test voltage

V

6.3

13.2

28

13.2

Objective Values

W

53 max.

47 max.

57 max.

51 max.

76 max.

69 max.

+ 0% 52

-10%

46+/- 5%

Luminous flux lm

720min.

570+/- 15%

8 6 0 min.

675+/- 15%

1000 min.

860+/- 15%

Measuring flux 5/ lm

 

5/

Measuring luminous flux for measurements according to paragraph 3.8. of this Regulation. Note: The R2 filament lamp is not recommended for new headlamp designs.

-

450

-

450

-

450

Reference luminous flux at approximately 12V

700

450



CATEGORY R2

Sheet R2/2

Position and dimensions of shield and filaments

The drawings are not mandatory with respect to the design of the shield and filaments


CATEGORY R2

Sheet R2/3

FILAMENTS AND SHIELD POSITION AND DIMENSIONS  1/

1/

The position and dimensions of the shield and filaments shall be checked by means of the method of measurement as described in IEC Publication 809.

Dimensions in mm

Tolerance

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament lamp

6V     12V    24V

12V

A

0.60

+/-0.35

+/-0.15

b1/30.0 2/ b1/33.0

2/

To be measured at the distance from the reference plane indicated in mm behind the stroke.

0.20 b1/30.0mv 3/

3/

mv = measured value.

+/-0.35

+/-0.15

 b2/30.0 2/        b2/33.0

0.20 b2/30.0mv 3/

+/-0.35

+/-0.15

c/30.0 2/ c/33.0

0.50

c/30.0mv 3/

+/-0.30

+/-0.15

e

6, 12V

24V

28.5 28.8

+/-0.35

+/-0.15

f

6, 12V

24V

1.8 2.2

+/-0.40

+/-0.20

G

0

+/-0.50

+/-0.30

h/30.0 2/ h/33.0

0

h/30mv 3/

+/-0.50

+/-0.30

1/2 (p-q)

0

+/-0.60

+/-0.30

1c

5.5

+/-1.50

+/-0.50

gamma4/

4/

The angle gamma is only for shield design and has not to be checked on finished filament lamps.

15 degrees  nom.

Cap P45t-41 in accordance with IEC Publ.61 (sheet 7004-95-4)



CATEGORY H1

Sheet H1/1


CATEGORY H1

Sheet H1/2

Dimensions in mm

Tolerances

Filament lamps    of normal production

Standard filament lamp

6V

12V

24V

b

0.7f

e

5/ 9/

25.0

8/

+/- 0.15

6V

4.5

+/- 1.0

5/ 9/

12V

5.0

+/- 0.5

+ 0.5

0

24V

5.5

+/- 1.0

g    6/

0.5 d  7/

+/- 0.5 d

+/- 0.25 d

h1

0

8/

+/- 0.20  4/

h2

0

8/

+/- 0.25  4/

epsilon

45 degrees

+/- 12 degrees

+/- 3 degrees

Cap P 14, 5s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (Sheet 7004-46-2)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated

V

6

12

24

12

values

W

55

70

55

Test voltage   V

6.3

13.2

28.0

W

max. 63

max. 68

max. 84

max.    68 at 13.2V

Objective values

Luminous flux lm

1,350

1,550

1,900

+/- %

15

Reference luminous flux for headlamp testing: 1,150lm at approx. 12V.


CATEGORY H1

Sheet H1/3

1/

The reference axis is the perpendicular to the reference plane and passing through the point defined by the dimensions marked with 1/.

2/

Both current lead-in electrodes shall be positioned in the bulb, the longer electrode above the filament (the lamp being viewed as shown in the figure). The internal design of the lamp should then be such that stray light images and reflections are reduced to the minimum, e.g. by fitting cooling jackets over the non-coiled parts of the filament.

3/

The cylindrical portion of the bulb over length 'f' shall be such as not to deform the projected image of the filament to such an extent as appreciably to affect the optical results.

4/

The eccentricity is measured only in the horizontal and vertical directions of the filament lamp as shown in the figure. The points to be measured are those where the projection of the outside of the end turns nearest to or furthest from the reference plane crosses the filament axis.

5/

The viewing direction is the perpendicular to the reference axis contained in the plane defined by the reference axis and the centre of the second pin of the cap.

6/

Offset of filament in relation to bulb axis measured at 27.5mm from the reference plane.

7/

d: diameter of filament.

8/

To be checked by means of a 'box-systemi, sheet H1/4.

9/

The ends of the filament are defined as the points where, when the viewing direction is as defined in footnote 5 above, the projection of the outside of the end turns nearest to or furthest from the reference plane crosses the reference axis (special instructions for coiled-coil filaments are under consideration).



CATEGORY H1

Sheet H1/4

Screen projection requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether the filament is correctly positioned relatively to the reference axis and the reference plane, whether a filament lamp complies with the requirements.

Dimensions in millimetres

d = diameter of filament

The beginning of the filament as defined on sheet H1/3, footnote 9/, must lie between lines Z1 and Z2. The filament position is checked solely in directions FH and FV as shown on sheet H1/1.

The filament must lie entirely within the limits shown.

a1

a2

b1

b2

c1

c2

6V

6

3.5

12V

1.4 d

1.9 d

0.25

6

4.5

24V

7

4.5



CATEGORY H2

Sheet H2/1

The drawings are intended only to illustrate the essential dimensions of the filament lamp

The bulb shall be colourless or selective-yellow.


CATEGORY H2

Sheet H2/2

Dimensions in mm

Tolerances

Filament lamps    of normal production

Standard filament lamp

6V

12V

24V

e 6/

12.25

5/

+/- 0.15

6V

4.5

f 6/

12V

5.5

+/- 1.0

+/- 0.50

24V

g

1/ 2/

0.5 d

+/- 0.5 d

+/- 0.25 d

h1 2/

7.1

5/

+/- 0.20

h2 4/

5/

+/- 0.25

h3

1/ 2/

0.5 d

5/

+/- 0.20

h4

1/ 4/

5/

+/- 0.25

Cap X 511 in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-99-2)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated

V

6

12

24

12

values

W

55

70

55

Test voltage

V

6.3

13.2

28.0

W

max. 63

max. 68

max. 84

max.    68 at 13.2V

Objective values

Luminous flux lm

1,300

1,800

2,150

+/- %

15

Reference luminous flux for headlamp testing: 1,300lm at approx. 12V.


CATEGORY H2

Sheet H2/3

1/

d: diameter of filament.

2/

These offsets should be measured in a cross-section perpendicular to the axis of the bulb and passing through that end of the filament */which is nearer to the cap.

3/

The three crosses on the supporting plane show the positions of the three bosses defining this plane on the holder.  Within a circle 3mm in diameter centred on these points there should be no apparent deformation and no notches affecting the positioning of the filament lamp.

4/

These offsets should be measured in a cross-section perpendicular to the axis of the bulb and passing through that end of the filament */ which is further from the cap.

5/

To be checked by means of a "box system", sheet H2/4.

6/

The ends of the filament are defined as the points where, when the viewing direction is as defined by "D" (sheet H2/1), the projection of, the outside of the end turns nearest to or furthest from the cap crosses a line parallel to and at a distance of 7.1mm from line ZZ (special instructions for coiled-coil filaments are under consideration).

*/The points to be measured are those where the outside of the end turn that is nearest to or furthest from the cap crosses the filament axis.



CATEGORY H2

Sheet H2/4

Screen projection requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether a filament is correctly positioned relatively to the axes x- x, y-y and z-z */, whether a filament lamp complies with the requirements.

d = diameter of filament

The end of the filament **/ which is nearer to the cap must lie between b1 and b2. The filament must lie entirely within the limits shown.

 _______

*/   See sheet H2/1.

**/  The end of the filament is defined at sheet H2/3.

Dimensions in millimetres.

6V

12V

24V

a1

d + 0.50

d + 1.0

a2

d + 1.0

b1, b2

0.25

d1

7.1

d2

0.5d - 0.35

h

6

7



CATEGORY H3

Sheet H3/1 Dimensions in millimetres

The bulb shall be colourless or selective-yellow.



CATEGORY H3

Sheet H3/2 Dimensions in millimetres

Definition: Ring centre and reference axis 2/

2/

The cap should be pressed in these directions.



Filament dimensions and tolerances for standard filament lamps, see sheet H3/3

View A: measuring h2

View B: measuring k, h1, h3, f View C: measuring h4


CATEGORY H3

Sheet H3/3

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps    of normal production

Standard filament lamp

6V

12V

24V

e

18.0  5/

18.0

f7/

3.0 min       4.0 min

5.0  +/- 0.50

k

5/

0    +/- 0.20

h1

0    +/- 0.15 6/

h3

h2

0    +/- 0.25 6/

h4

Cap PK 22s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-47-3)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

55

70

55

Test voltage

V

6.3

13.2

28.0

Objective values

W

max. 63

max. 68

max. 84

max.    68 at 13.2V

Luminous flux

lm

1,050

1,450

1,750

+/- %

15

Reference luminous flux for headlamp testing, 1,100lm at approx. 12V


CATEGORY H3

sheet H3/4

1/

The distortion of the base-end portion of the bulb must not be visible from any direction outside the obscuration angle of 80 degrees  max. The shields must produce no inconvenient reflections. The angle between the reference axis and the plane of each shield, measured on the bulb side, should not exceed 90 degrees .

2/

The permissible deviation of the ring centre from the reference axis is 0.5mm in the direction perpendicular to the Z-Z line and 0.05mm in the direction parallel to the Z-Z line.

3/

Minimum length above the height of the light-emitting centre ("e") over which the bulb must be cylindrical.

4/

No part of the spring and no component of the lamp-holder shall bear on the prefocus ring elsewhere than outside the rectangle shown in discontinuous outline.

5/

These dimensions of lamps of normal production should be checked by means of a "box system" sheet H3/5

6/

For standard filament lamps the points to be measured are those where the projection of the outside of the end turns crosses the filament axis.

7/

The positions of the first and the last turn of the filament are defined by the intersections of the outside of the first and the outside of the last light-emitting turn, respectively, with the plane parallel to and 18mm distant from the reference plane (additional instructions for coiled-coil filaments are under consideration).



CATEGORY H3

Sheet H3/5

Screen Projection Requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether the filament is correctly positioned relatively to the reference axis and the reference plane, whether a filament lamp complies with the Requirements.

dimensions in millimetres

d = diameter of the filament

The filament shall lie entirely within the limits shown.

The centre of the filament shall lie within the limits of dimension k.

a

c

k

g

6 V

1.8d

1.6d

1.0

2.0

12 V

2.8

24 V

2.9



CATEGORY H3

Sheet H3/6

Screen Projection Requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether the filament is correctly positioned relatively to the reference axis and the reference plane, whether a filament lamp complies with the requirements.

dimensions in mm

d = diameter of filament

The first turn of the filament must lie entirely within the limits shown in view "A". The transverse projection of the filament must lie within the limits shown in view "B"; z'-z' is a plane perpendicular to the reference plane, parallel to and on the same side as the z-z line and at a distance "c" from the reference axis. The beginning of the filament as defined will be between b1 and b2. The last turn of the filament */ will be within    the limits shown in view "C".

a

b1

b2

c

h

6V

1.8d

0.25

2.0

4.6

12V

1.8d

2.5

6.0

24V

1.8d

6.2

*/

as defined on sheet H3/4, footnote 7.



CATEGORY H3

Sheet H4/1

(Dimensions in mm)

The drawings are not mandatory; their sole purpose is to show which dimensions must be verified.

Reference

Dimension

Tolerance

12 V

24 V

12 V

24 V

e

28.5

29.0

+ 0.45 - 0.25

+/- 0.35

p

28.95

29.25

-

-

m 1/

1/

Where a yellow outer bulb is used, "m" and "n" denote the maximum dimensions of this bulb; where there is no outer bulb, "m" denotes the maximum length of the lamp.

max. 60.0

-

n 1/

max. 34.5

-

s 2/

2/

It must be possible to insert the lamp into a cylinder of diameter "s" concentric with the reference axis and limited at one end by a plane parallel to and 20mm distant from the reference plane and at the other end by   a hemisphere of radius s/2.

45.0

-

alpha3/

3/

The obscuration must extend at least as far as the cylindrical part of the bulb. It must also overlap the internal shield when the latter is viewed in a direction perpendicular to the reference axis. The effect sought by obscuration may also be achieved by other means.

max. 40 degrees

-


CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/2

Characteristics

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament lamp

Rated

V

12 4/

4/

The values indicated in the left-hand column relate to the driving beam. Those indicated in the right-hand column relate to the passing beam.

24 4/

12 4/

values

W

60

55

75

70

60

55

Test voltage

V

13.2

28

Objective values

W

max. 75

max. 68

max. 85

max. 80

max. 75 at 13.2

max. 68 at 13.2V

Luminous flux lm

1,650

1,000

1,900

1,200

+/- %

15

Measuring luminous flux according to para. 3.8. of this  Regulation

lm

750

800

Reference luminous flux at approximately 12Vlm

1,250

750

Cap P43t-38 in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-39-5)



CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/3

Position of shield */

*/

The drawing is not mandatory with respect to the design of the shield.

**

30.0 for the 14V type.



CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/4

Position of filaments */

Dimensions in mm

*/

The drawing is not mandatory with respect to the design of the shield.

**

30.0 for the 14V type.


CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/5

Additional explanations to sheets H4/3 and H4/4    The dimensions below are measured in three directions:

(1)

for dimensions a, b1, c, d, e, f, lR and lC;

(2)

for dimensions g, h, p and q;

(3)

for dimensions b2.

Dimensions p and q are measured in a plane parallel to and 33mm away from the reference plane.

Dimensions b1, b2, c and h are measured in planes parallel to and 29.5mm   (30.0mm for 24V lamps) and 33mm away from the reference plane.     Dimensions a and g are measured in planes parallel to and 26.0mm and 23.5mm away from the reference plane.

Note:  For the method of measurement, see Appendix E of IEC Publication 809.


CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/6

Table of the dimensions referred to in the diagrams on sheet H4/3 and H4/4 (in mm)

Reference

Dimension

Tolerances

Filament lamps of normal

production

Standard filament

lamp

12V

24V

12V

24V

12V

24V

12V

a/26 */

*/

Dimension to be measured at the distance from the reference plane indicated in mm after the stroke.

0.8

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

a/23.5 */

0.8

+/- 0.60

+/- 0.2

b1/29.5 */

30.0 */

0

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

b1/33 */

b1/29.5mv **/

**/

"29.5mv" or "30.0mv" means the value measured at a distance of 29.5mm or 30.0mm from the reference plane.

30.0mv **/

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.15

b2/29.5 */

30.0 */

0

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

b2/33 */

b2/29.5mv **/

30.0mv **/

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.15

c/29.5 */

30.0 */

0.6

0.75

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

c/33 */

c/29.5mv **/

30.0mv **/

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.15

d

min. 0.1

-

-

e7/

28.5

29.0

+ 0.35 - 0.25

+/- 0.35

+ 0.2 - 0.0

f

5/ 6/ 8/

1.7

2.0

+ 0.50 - 0.30

+/- 0.40

+ 0.3 - 0.1

g/26*//

0

+/- 0.5

+/- 0.3

g/23.5 */

0

+/- 0.7

+/- 0.3

h/29.5 */

30.0 */

0

+/- 0.5

+/- 0.3

h/33 */

h/29.5mv **/

30.0mv **/

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

1R 

5/ 8/

4.5

5.25

+/- 0.8

+/- 0.4

1c 

5/ 6/

5.5

5.25

+/- 0.5

+/- 0.8

+/- 0.35

p/33 */

Depends on the shape of the shield

-

-

q/33 *//

p + q 2

+/- 0.6

+/- 0.3


CATEGORY H4

Sheet H4/7

5/

The end turns of the filaments are defined as being the first luminous turn and the last luminous turn that are at substantially the correct helix angle. For coiled-coil filaments, the turns are defined by the envelope of the primary coil.

6/

For the passing-beam filament the points to be measured are the intersections, seen in direction (1), of the lateral edge of the shield with the outside of the end turns defined under foot-note 5.

7/

"e" denotes the distance from the reference plane to the beginning of the passing-beam filament as defined above.

8/

For the driving-beam filament the points to be measured are the intersections, seen in direction (1), of a plane, parallel to plane HH and situated at a distance of 0.8mm below it, with the end turns defined under foot-note 5.

9/

The reference axis is the line perpendicular to the reference plane and passing through the centre of the circle of diameter "M" (see sheet H4/1)

10/

Plane VV is the plane perpendicular to the reference plane and passing through the reference axis and through the intersection of the circle of diameter "M" with the axis of the reference pin.

11/

Plane HH is the plane perpendicular to both the reference plane and plane VV and passing through the reference axis.



CATEGORY P21W

Sheet P21W/1

Dimensions in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

lamp

min.

nom.

max.

e

31.8 3/

3/To be checked by means of a "box system", sheet P21W/2

31.8 +/- 0.3

f

12 V

5.5

6.0

7.0

6.0 +/- 0.5

6, 24 V 4/

4/

For 24V heavy-duty lamps having a different filament shape, additional specifications are under consideration.

7.0

Beta

75 degrees

90 degrees

105 degrees

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Lateral deviation

1/

1/

Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing the reference axis of cap and one containing axis of pins.

3/

0.3 max.

Cap BA 15s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-11A-8) Lamps with cap BA 15d may be used for special purposes; they have the same dimensions2/

2/Lamps with cap BA 15d may be used for special purposes; they have the same dimensions.

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

21

21

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

26

25

28

25 at 13.5V

6

6

Luminous flux lm

+/- %

460

15

Reference luminous flux: 460lm at approximately 13.5V



CATEGORY P21W

Sheet P21W/2

Screen projection requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether the filament is correctly positioned relatively to the reference axis and the reference plane and has an axis perpendicular, within +/- 15 degrees, to the plane through  the  centres  of  the  pins  and  the  reference  axis,  whether  a  filament  lamp  complies  with  the requirements.

Dimensions in mm

Test procedure and requirements.

1.

The lamp is placed in a holder (socket) capable of being rotated about its axis and having either a calibrated scale or fixed stops corresponding to the angular-displacement tolerance limits, i.e. +/- 15 degrees . The holder is then so rotated that an end view of the filament is seen on the screen on to which the image of the filament is projected. The   end view of the filament should be obtained within the angular-displacement tolerance limits (+/- 15 degrees ).

2.

Side elevation

The lamp being placed with the cap down, the reference axis vertical, and the filament seen end-on, the projection of the filament should lie entirely within a rectangle of height "a" and width "b" having its centre at the theoretical position of the centre of the   filament.

3.

Front elevation

The lamp being placed with the cap down and the reference axis vertical, the lamp being viewed in a direction at right angles to the filament axis:

3.1.

the projection of the filament should lie entirely within a rectangle of height "a" and width "h" centred on the theoretical position of the centre of the filament; and

3.2.

the centre of the filament should not be offset by more than the distance "k" from the reference axis.

reference

a

b

h

k

dimension

3.5

3.0

9.0

1.0



CATEGORY P21/4W

Sheet P21/4W/1

(a) Main (high-wattage) filament

(b) Auxiliary (low-wattage) filament

1/

These dimensions should be checked by means of a "box system" */ based on the dimensions and tolerances shown above. "x" and "y" refer to the main (high wattage) filament, not to the lamp axis. Means of increasing

Dimensions in mm

Lamps of normal production

Standard filament

lamp

min.

nom.

max.

e

31.8  1/

31.8 +/- 0.3

f

7.0 1/

7.0

+0 -2

Lateral deviation

1/

0.3 max. 2/

x, y

1/

2.8 +/- 0.5

beta

75 degrees  1/

90 degrees  1/

105 degrees  1/

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap BAZ 15d in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-11C-1)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

12

24

12

W

21

4

21

4

21/4

Test voltage

V

13.5

28

Objective values

W

25

5

28

8

25/5 at 13.5V

+/- %

6

10

6

10

6 and 10

Luminous flux lm

440

15

440

20

+/- %

15

20

15

20

Reference luminous flux: 440lm and 15lm at approximately 13.5V

*/

The "box-system" is the same as for filament lamp P21/5W.


the positioning accuracy of the filament and of the cap-holder assembly are under consideration.

2/

Maximum lateral deviation of main filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis of pins.



CATEGORY P21/5W

Sheet P21/5W/1

Dimensions in mm

Lamps of normal production

Standard filament

lamp

min.

nom.

max.

e

31.8 1/

1/

These dimensions should be checked by means of a "box system" (P21/5W/2, P21/5W/3) based on the dimensions and tolerances shown above. "x" and "y" refer to the main (high-wattage) filament, not to the lamp axis (P21/5W/2).Means of increasing the positioning accuracy of the filament and of the cap-holder assembly are under consideration.

31.8 +/- 0.3

f

7.0 1/

7.0         -0

-2

Lateral deviation

1/

0.3 max. 2/

2/

Maximum lateral deviation of main (high-wattage) filament centre from two mutually perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis of pins.

x, y

1/

2.8 +/- 0.3

Beta

75 degrees  1/

90 degrees

105 degrees  1/

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap BAY 15d in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-11B-7)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24 3/

3/

The 24V filament lamp is not recommended for future embodiments.

12

W

21

5

21

5

21

5

21/5

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W

+/- %

26

6

25

6

28

10

25 and 6 at 13.5V

6

10

6

10

6

10

6 and 10

Luminous flux lm

+/- %

440

35

440

35

440

40

15

20

15

20

15

20

Reference luminous flux: 440lm at 35lm at approximately 13.5V


CATEGORY P21/5W

Sheet P21/5W/2

Screen projection requirements

This test is used to determine, by checking whether:

(a)

the  main   (high-wattage)   filament  is  correctly   positioned   relatively  to   the reference axis and the reference plane and has an axis perpendicular, within +/- 15 degrees , to the plane through the centres of the pins and the reference axis; and whether

(b)

the auxiliary (low-wattage) filament is correctly positioned relatively to the main (high-wattage) filament,

whether a filament lamp complies with the requirements. Test procedure and requirements

1.

The lamp is placed in a holder (socket) capable of being rotated about its axis and having either a calibrated scale or fixed stops corresponding to the angular-displacement tolerance limits, i.e. +/- 15 degrees . The holder is then so rotated that an end view of the main (high-wattage) filament is seen on the screen onto which the image of the filament  is projected. The end view of the main (high-wattage) filament should be obtained   within the angular-displacement tolerance limits (+/- 15 degrees ).

2.

Side elevation

The lamp being placed with the cap down, the reference axis vertical, the reference pin to the right and the main (high-wattage) filament seen end-on:

2.1.

the projection of the main (high-wattage) filament should lie entirely within a rectangle of height "a" and width "b" having its centre at the theoretical position of the centre of the filament.

2.2.

the projection of the auxiliary (low-wattage) filament should lie entirely:

2.2.1.

within a rectangle of width "c" and height "d" having its centre at a distance "v" to the right of and at a distance "u" above the theoretical position of the centre of the main (high-wattage) filament;

2.2.2.

above a straight line tangential to the upper edge of the projection of the main (high- wattage) filament and rising from left to right at an angle of 25 degrees ;

2.2.3.

to the right of the projection of the main (high-wattage) filament.

3.

Front elevation

The lamp being placed with the cap down and the reference axis vertical, the lamp being viewed in a direction at right angles to the axis of the main (high-wattage) filament:

3.1.

the projection of the main (high-wattage) filament should lie entirely within a rectangle of height "a" and width "h" centred on the theoretical position of the centre of the filament;

3.2.

the centre of the main (high-wattage) filament should not be offset by more than the distance "k" from the reference axis;

3.3.

the centre of the auxiliary (low-wattage) filament shall not be offset from the reference axis by more than +/- 2mm (+/- 0.4mm for standard filament lamps).



CATEGORY P21/5W

Sheet P21/5W/3 Dimensions in mm



CATEGORY R5W

Sheet R5W/1

1/

Filament lamps with cap BA 15d may be used for special purposes; they have the same dimensions.

4/

See paragraph 3.5.3.

Dimensions in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

lamp

e

17.5

19.0

20.5

19.0 +/- 0.3

Lateral deviation 2/

2/

Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis of pins.

1.5

0.3 max.

Beta

60 degrees

90 degrees

120 degrees

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap BA 15s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-11A-8)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24 3/

3/

For 24V heavy-duty lamps having a different filament shape, additional specifications are under consideration.

12

W

5

5

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

5

7

5 at 13.5V

10

10

Luminous flux lm +/- %

50

20

Reference luminous flux: 50lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY R10W

Sheet R10W/1

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

Max.

lamp

e

17.5

19.0

20.5

19.0 +/- 0.3

Lateral deviation 2/

2/

Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis of pins.

1.5

0.3 max.

Beta

60 degrees

90 degrees

120 degrees

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap BA 15s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-11A-8) 1/

1/Filament lamps with cap BA 15d may be used for special purposes; they have the same dimensions.

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24 3/

3/For 24V heavy-duty filament lamps having a different filament shape, additional specifications are under consideration.

4/

See paragraph 3.5.3.

12

W

10

10

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

10

12.5

10 at 13.5V

10

10

Luminous flux lm +/- %

125

20

Reference luminous flux: 125lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY C5W

Sheet C5W/1

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

lamp

b 1/

1/

This dimension corresponds to the distance between two apertures of 3.5mm diameter each bearing against one of the caps.

34.0

35.0

36.0

35 +/- 0.5

f 2/3/

2/

The filament must be housed in a cylinder 19mm long co-axial with the filament lamp axis and placed symmetrically about the lamp centre. The diameter of this cylinder is for 6V and 12V filament lamps: d + 4mm (for standard filament lamps: d + 2mm) and for 24V filament lamps: d + 5mm, "d" being the nominal diameter of the filament as stated by the manufacturer.

3/

The deviation of the filament centre from the centre of the lamp's length should not be more than +/- 2.0mm (for standard filament lamps: +/- 0.5mm) measured in the direction of the reference axis.

7.5 4/

4/

4.5mm for 6V filament lamps.

15 5/

5/

16.5mm for 24V filament lamps.

9 +/- 1.5

Cap SV 8.5 in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-81-4)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

5

5

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

5

7

5 at 13.5 V

10

10

Luminous flux lm +/- %

45

20

Reference luminous flux: 45lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY C21W

Sheet C21W/1

Filament lamps for reversing lamps only

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

lamp

b 1/

1/

This dimension corresponds to the distance between two apertures of 3.5mm diameter.

40.0

41.0

42.0

41 +/- 0.5

f 2/

2/

The position of the filament is checked by means of a "box system", sheet C21W/2.

7.5

10.5

8 +/- 1

Cap SV 8.5 in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-81-4)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

12

12

W

21

21

Test voltage

V

13.5

Objective values

W +/- %

25

25 at 13.5 V

6

6

Luminous flux lm +/- %

460

15

15

Reference luminous flux: 460lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY C21W

Sheet C21W/2

Screen Projection Requirements

This test is used to determine, whether a filament lamp complies with the requirements by checking, whether the filament is correctly positioned relatively to the reference axis and to the centre of the lamp's length.

Dimensions in mm

d = nominal diameter of filament as stated by the manufacturer.

For standard filament lamps: a = 2.0 + d, k = 0.5 Test procedure and requirements

1.

The lamp is placed in a holder (socket) capable of being so rotated through 360 degrees about the reference axis and that the front elevation is seen on the screen onto which the image of the filament is projected. The reference plane on the screen should coincide with the centre of the lamp. The central axis sought on the screen should coincide with the centre of the lamp's length.

2.

Front elevation

2.1

The projection of the filament shall lie entirely within the rectangle when the lamp is rotated through 360 degrees .

2.2

The centre of the filament shall not be offset by more than the distance "k" from the central axis sought.

a

h

k

12V

4.0 + d

14.5

2.0



CATEGORY T4W

Sheet T4W/1

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

lamp

e

13.5

15.0

16.5

15.0 +/- 0.3

Lateral deviation 1/

1/Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis of pins.

2/

See paragraph 3.5.3.

1.5

0.5 max.

Beta

90 degrees

90 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap BA 9s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-14-7) 3/

3/

Over the entire length of the cap there must be no projections or soldering extending beyond the permissible maximum diameter of the cap.

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

4

4

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W

4

5

4 at 13.5 V

+/- %

10

10

Luminous

35

flux lm +/- %

20

Reference luminous flux: 35lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY W3W

Sheet W3W/1

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

lamp

e

11.2

12.7

14.2

12.7 +/- 0.3

Lateral deviation 2/

1/The type is protected by patents; ISO/IEC conditions apply.

2/Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis XX.

3/

See paragraph 3.5.3.

1.5

0.5max.

beta

- 15 degrees

0 degrees

+ 15 degrees

0 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap W 2.1 x 9.5d in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-91-3) 1/

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

5

5

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

5

7

5 at 13.5V

10

10

Luminous flux lm +/- %

50

20

Reference luminous flux: 50lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORY W5W

Sheet W5W/1

DIMENSIONS in mm

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

nom.

max.

Lamp

e

11.2

12.7

14.2

12.7 +/- 0.3

Lateral deviation 2/

1/The type is protected by patents; ISO/IEC conditions apply.

2/Maximum lateral deviation of filament centre from two reciprocally perpendicular planes both containing reference axis and one containing axis XX.

3/

See paragraph 3.5.3.

1.5

0.5max.

Beta

- 15 degrees

0 degrees

+ 15 degrees

0 degrees  +/- 5 degrees

Cap W2.1 x 9.5d in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-91-3) 1/

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

24

12

W

3

3

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

28.0

Objective values

W +/- %

3

4

3 at 13.5V

15

15

Luminous flux lm +/- %

22

30

Reference luminous flux: 22lm at approx. 13.5V



CATEGORIES S1 AND S2:   FILAMENT LAMPS FOR MOTOR CYCLES

Sheet S1/S2/1

Note  Plane V-V contains the reference axis and the centre line of the lugs.

Plane H-H (the normal position of the shield) is perpendicular to plane V-V and contains the reference axis.

1/Colourless or selective-yellow bulb; the photometric specifications of the table refer to colourless bulbs.

2/

The reference plane is perpendicular to the reference axis and touches the upper surface of the lug having a width of 4.5mm.

3/

Dimensions a, b, c and beta refer to a plane parallel to the reference plane and cutting the two edges of the shield at a distance of e + 1.5mm.


CATEGORY S1 AND S2 FILAMENT LAMPS - DIMENSIONS

Filament lamps of normal production 5/

Standard filament lamp

Dimensions mm

min.

nom.

max.

e

32.35

32.70

33.05

32.7  +/- 0.15

f

1.4

1.8

2.2

1.8  +/- 0.2

l

4

5.5

7

5.5  +/- 0.5

c 3/

0.2

0.5

0.8

0.5  +/- 0.15

b 3/

-0.15

0.2

0.55

0.2  +/- 0.15

a 3/

0.25

0.6

0.95

0.6  +/- 0.15

h

-0.5

0

0.5

0  +/- 0.2

g

-0.5

0

0.5

0  +/- 0.2

Beta3/4/

4/Admissible angular deviation of the shield plane position from the normal position

-2 degrees  30'

0

2 degrees  30'

0 degrees   +/- 1 degrees

Cap BA 20d in accordance with Publication IEC 61 (sheet 7004-12-7)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

CATEGORY S1 FILAMENT LAMP

Filament lamps of 5/ normal production

Standard filament lamp

Rated values

V

6

12

6

W

25

25

25

25

25   25

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

-

Objective values

W

25

25

25

25

25   25 at 6.75V

+/- %

5

5

5

Lumens

435

315

435

315

-

+/- %

20

20

-

Reference luminous flux: 398lm and 284lm respectively at approx. 6V

CATEGORY S2 FILAMENT LAMPS

Filament lamps of 5/ normal production

Standard filament lamp

Rated values

V

6

12

12

W

35

35

35

35

35    35

Test voltage

V

6.3

13.5

-


Objective values

W

35

35

35

35

35    35 at 13.5V

+/- %

5

5

5

Lumens

650

465

650

465

-

+/- %

20

20

-

Reference luminous flux: 568lm and 426lm respectively at approx. 12V

1/Colourless or selective-yellow bulb; the photometric specifications of the table refer to colourless bulbs.

2/ the reference plane is perpendicular to the reference axis and touches the upper surface of the lug having a width of 4.5 mm.

3/ Dimensions a, b, c and b refer to a plane parallel to the reference plane and cutting the two edges of the shield at a distance of 3 + 1.5 mm.

4/ Admissible angular deviation of the shield plane position from the normal position.

5/  Type approval requirements. Requirements for the conformity of production are under consideration.

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS



CATEGORY S3:  FILAMENT LAMP FOR MOPEDS

Dimensions in mm

Dimensions in mm

1/

Colourless or selective-yellow bulb; the photometric specifications of the table refer to colourless bulbs.

Lamps of normal production

Standard filament

min.

Nom.

max.

lamp

e   2/

2/

Distance related to the luminous centre of gravity.

19.0

19.5

20.0

19.5  +/- 0.25

f (6 V)

3.0

2.5   +/- 0.5

f (12 V)

4.0

d1, d2   3/

3/

Lateral deviation of filament axis with respect to the reference axis. It is sufficient to check this deviation in two reciprocally perpendicular planes.

- 0.5

0

+ 0.5

+/- 0.3

Cap S26s in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-36-1)

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated values

V

6

12

6

W

15

15

Test voltage

V

6.75

13.5

Objective values

W +/- %

15

15 at 6.75V

6

6

Luminous flux lm +/- %

240

15

Reference luminous flux: 240lm at approximately 6.75V



CATEGORY S4 :  FILAMENT LAMP FOR MOPED HEADLAMP

Plane VV contains the reference axis and the centre line of the reference pin. Plane HH contains the reference axis and is perpendicular to plane VV. Objective position of plane SS through the shield edges parallel to plane HH.


CATEGORY S4 :  FILAMENT LAMP FOR MOPED HEADLAMP

Sheet S4/2

Cap: BAX 15d

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament Lamp

Dimension (mm)

min.

nom.

max.

e

33.25

33.6

33.95

33.6  +/- 0.15

f

1.45

1.8

2.15

1.8  +/- 0.2

LC, LR

2.5

3.5

4.5

3.5  +/- 0.5

c 2/

0.05

0.4

0.75

0.4  +/- 0.15

b 2/

-0.15

0.2

0.55

0.2  +/- 0.15

a 2/

0.25

0.6

0.95

0.6  +/- 0.15

h

-0.5

0

0.5

0  +/- 0.2

g

-0.5

0

0.5

0   +/- 0.2

beta

2/ 5/

-2 degrees 30'

0

2 degrees 30'

0   +/- 1 degrees

Cap 1/

BAX 15d

ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS

Rated voltage  V

6

12

6

Rated wattage 6/  W

15

15

15

15

15

15

Test voltage  V

6.75

13.5

Objective   W wattage 6/

15

15

15

15

15

15

[at 6.75 V]

Tolerance +/- %

6

6

6

Objective lum.

180

125      190

180

125     190

flux. lm  

4/ 6/

min.

min.    max.

min.

min.  max.

Reference luminous flux: 240lm (driving beam), 160lm (passing beam)

at approx. 6V  4/


CATEGORY S4

Sheet S4/3

Notes

1/

Cap in accordance with IEC Publication 61 in preparation.

2/

Dimensions a, b, c and    beta refer to a plane parallel to the reference plane and cutting the two edges of the shield at a distance of e + 1.5mm.

3/

The reference plane is perpendicular to the reference axis and touches the upper surface of the pin having a length of 2mm.

4/

Colourless or selective yellow bulb, the photometric specifications of the table refer to the colourless bulb.

5/

Admissible deviation of the plane through the shield edges from the objective position.

6/

Values in the left-hand column refer to the driving beam filament, values in the right-hand column refer to the passing beam filament.



CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/1

(Dimensions in mm)

The drawings are not mandatory; their sole purpose is to show which dimensions must be verified.

Reference

Dimension

Tolerance

6V

12V

6V

12V

e

28.5

+0.45 -0.25

p

28.95

-

1/

max. 60.0

-

1/

max. 34.5

-

2/

45.0

-

alpha  3/

max. 40 degrees

-


CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/2

Characteristics

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament lamps

Rated values

V

4/

12  4/

12  4/

W

35

35

35

35

35

35

Test voltage

V

6.3

13.2

Objective values

W +/- %

35 5

35 5

35 5

35 5

35     at 13.2V

5

35     at 13.2V

5

Luminous flux lm

700

440

825

525

+/- %

15

Measuring luminous flux

according to para. 3.8 of this

Regulation

lm

450

Reference luminous flux at approximately 12Vlm

700

450

Cap PX43t-38 in accordance with IEC Publication 61 (sheet 7004-34-2)


CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/3

Table of the dimensions referred to in the diagrams on sheets 4 and 5 (in mm)

Reference

Dimension

Tolerances

Filament lamps of normal production

Standard filament lamp

6V

12V

6V

12V

6V

12V

12V

a/26  */

*/

Dimension to be measured at the distance from the reference plane indicated in mm after the stroke.

0.8

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

a/25  */

0.8

+/- 0.55

+/- 0.2

b1/29.5 */

0

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

b1/33  */

b1/29.5mv

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.15

b2/29.5  */

0

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

b2/33  */

b2/29.5mv

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.15

c/29.5 */

0.6

+/- 0.35

+/- 0.2

c/31  */

c/29.5mv

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.15

d

min. 0.1 max. 1.5

-

-

e 7/

28.5

+ 0.45 - 0.25

+ 0.2 - 0.0

f

5/ 6/ 8/

1.7

+ 0.50 - 0.30

+ 0.3 - 0.1

g/25 */

0

+/- 0.5

+/- 0.3

g/25 */

0

+/- 0.7

+/- 0.3

h/29.5 */

0

+/- 0.5

+/- 0.3

h/31 */

h/29.5

+/- 0.30

+/- 0.2

lR 5/ 8/

3.5

4.0

+/- 0.8

+/- 0.4

lc 5/ 6/

3.3

4.5

+/- 0.8

+/- 0.35

p/33 */

Depends on the shape of the shield

-

-

q/33 */

p + q 2

+/- 0.6

+/- 0.3



CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/4

Position of filaments */

Dimensions in millimetres

*/

The drawing is not mandatory with respect to the design of the shield.



CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/5

Position of shield */

*/

The drawing is not mandatory with respect to the design of the shield.


CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/6

Additional explanations to Sheets HS1/4 and HS1/5

The dimensions below are measured in three directions:

(1) for dimension a, b1, c, d, e, f, 1r and 1c;

(2) for dimensions g, h, p and q;

(3) for dimension b2.

Dimensions p and q are measured in a plane parallel to 33mm away from the reference plane. Dimensions b1, b2, are measured in planes parallel to and 29.5 and 33mm away from the reference plane. Dimensions a and g are measured in planes parallel to and 25 and 26mm away from the reference plane. Dimensions c and h measured in planes parallel to and 29.5 and 31mm away from the reference plane.


CATEGORY HS1

Sheet HS1/7

1/

Where a yellow outer bulb is used, "m" and "n" denote the maximum dimensions of this bulb; where there is no outer bulb, "m" denotes the maximum length of the lamp.

2/

It must be possible to insert the filament lamp into a cylinder of diameter "s" concentric with the reference axis and limited at one end by a plane parallel to and 20mm distant from the reference plane and at the other end by a hemisphere of radius s/2.

3/

The obscuration must extend at least as far as the cylindrical part of the bulb. It must also overlap the internal shield when the latter is viewed in a direction perpendicular to the reference axis. The effect sought by obscuration may also be achieved by other means.

4/

The values indicated in the left-hand column relate to the driving beam. Those indicated in the right-hand column relate to the passing beam.

5/

The end turns of the filaments are defined as being the first luminous turn and the last luminous turn that are at substantially the correct helix angle. For coiled-coil filaments, the turns are defined by the envelope of the primary coil.

6/

For the passing-beam filament the points to be measured are the intersections, seen in direction (1), of the lateral edge of the shield with the outside of the end turns defined under footnote 5.

7/

"e" denotes the distance from the reference plane to the beginning of the passing-beam filament as defined above.

8/

For the driving-beam filament the points to be measured are the intersections, seen in direction (1), of a plane, parallel to plane HH and situated at a distance of 0.8mm below it, with the end turns defined under footnote 5.