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Heating behavior of luminaires / Heating tester for luminaires

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Product description


functional test

current measurement at EB lamps with power meter for high frequency response

resistance test in 4-wire configuration

temperature measurement

fast, high-precision measurements and evaluations via DSP

integrated PC with Windows XP® or Windows 7®

large database for test programs and test results

logging according to standards

On the basis of our Windows®-operated GLP3-2000 testers, we developed a solution to test and document the heating behavior of luminaires of all kinds according to EN 60598.

The system can be used for the following luminaires
- normal light bulbs
- inductive fluorescent lamps
- capacitive fluorescent lamps
- low-voltage lamps with conventional transformers
- low-voltage lamps with "electronic transformers"
- lamps with EBs
- gas- vapor lamps
- LED lamps
The testing device consists of individual test boxes, which contain the complete measuring technology for the electrical testing of a maximum of four luminaires. In addition, they also contain the temperature-measurement modules.

Via the stable CAN bus, the test boxes are connected to a central PC, from where they are controlled. The CAN bus allows to remote-control the test boxes and ensures fast data transmission. On top of that, the CAN bus allows to operate several test boxes simultaneously.

One test box is designed for testing a maximum of four luminaires. It contains the following tests:
- ohmic resistance test
- current-consumption and power-consumption test
- temperature measurement

At luminaire-connection panels and temperature-sensor-connection panels at the front of the test box, the test leads to the lamps are contacted.

Hall 12, Stand E16

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