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This guide describes the procedures by which fluorescent lamps can be operated under controlled conditions to obtain optimally comparable data on individual lamp life, changes in light output, and other parameters that vary during the life of the lamp. Contents Foreword Introduction 1.0 Scope 2.0 Normative References 3.0 Nomenclature and Definitions 4.0 Ambient and Physical Conditions 4.1 General 4.2 Vibration 4.3 Temperature 4.4 Air Movement 4.5 Operating Orientation And Lamp Spacing 5.0 Electrical Conditions 5.1 Input Voltage 5.2 Input Voltage Waveshape 5.3 Voltage Regulation 5.4 Auxiliary Equipment 5.4.1 Ballast 5.4.2 Starters 5.5 Instrumentation 5.6 Wiring 5.7 Lamp Connections 5.8 Adjacent Ground 6.0 Lamp Test Procedures 6.1 Lamp Selection 6.2 Lamp Handling 6.3 Lamp Marking 6.4 Operating Cycle 6.5 Recording Failures 7.0 Test Report Informative References Annex
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