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What is the standard of power supply design for street lamps-2
- Dec 13, 2018 -


1, scope,
This standard specifies the configuration and classification, basic requirements, component composition, technical performance, efficiency and other general technical requirements of solar photovoltaic lighting.
This standard is applicable to solar photovoltaic lighting devices in roads, public places, gardens, advertisements, signs, decorations and other lighting places.

Normative reference documents
The terms of the following documents become terms of this standard by reference to this standard. All subsequent amendments (excluding corrigendum) or revisions to dated reference documents do not apply to this standard, however, parties to agreements under this standard are encouraged to study the availability of the latest versions of these documents. The latest edition of undated reference documents is applicable to this standard.
GB/T 191 package storage and transportation graphical symbol (GB/T 191-2000,eqv iso780:1977)
Iso 2859.1:1999 (iso 2828.1:1999,IDT) iso 2828.1-2003 (iso 2859.1:1999,IDT) iso 2828.1-2003 (iso 2828.1:1999,IDT)
GB/T 2829 cycle check count sampling procedure and sampling table (applicable to the inspection of the stability of the production process) (GB/T 2829-2002)
GB7000.1 lamp safety requirements and tests (gb7000.1-2002, iec60598-1:1999,IDT)
GB7000.5 safety requirements for road and street lighting fixtures (gb7000.5-1996, idt iec598-2-3:1993)
GB/T 9535-1998,eqv IEC 1215:1993 design review and finalization of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules for ground use (GB/T 9535-1998,eqv IEC 1215:1993)
General provisions for testing the electrical properties of amorphous silicon solar cells (GB/T 11010-1989)
GB/T 1891-2002, idt IEC 61646:1996, identification and finalization of thin film photovoltaic modules for ground use (GB/T 1891-2002, idt IEC 61646:1996)
GB/T13259 high pressure sodium lamp (GB/ t13259-2005, iec60662:2002, NEQ)
Performance requirements for ac ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps (GB/ t15144-2005, iec 60929:2000)
GB16843 safety requirements for single-ended fluorescent lamps (gb16843-1997, idt iec11999:1993)
Technical conditions and test methods for domestic solar photovoltaic power supply system (GB/ t19064-2003)
GB19510.1 control devices for lamps - part 1: general and safety requirements (gb19510.1-2004, iec 61347-1:2003,IDT)
GB 19510.5 control devices for lamps - part 5: particular requirements for dc electronic ballasts for general lighting
(gb19510.5-2005, iec61347-2-4:2000,IDT)
Fixed valve-controlled sealed lead-acid battery (GB/T 19638.2-2005)
Technical conditions for small valve-controlled sealed lead-acid battery (GB/T 19639.1-2005)
Performance requirements for dc electronic ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps (GB/ t19656-2005, iec60925:2001,IDT)
Technical specification for solar photovoltaic outdoor lighting installations (DB11/T 542-2008)
Terms and definitions
3.1 PV lighting equipment
Solar cell components, batteries, lighting components, controllers and mechanical structures and other components together, with solar energy as energy, from the grid, independent use, by one or more groups of lamps and lanterns composed of lighting device.
3.2 Solar cell module
A minimum indivisible solar cell assembly with encapsulation and internal connection, capable of providing direct current output independently.
3.3 charge & discharge controllers
The control device has the function of automatically controlling the solar cell module to charge the battery and the battery to discharge the lighting component.
Luminaire for road lighting
Functional lamps and lanterns used for road lighting. It is divided into truncated, semi-truncated and non-truncated lamps and lanterns according to its light distribution.
3.5 luminaire efficiency
The ratio of the total luminous flux emitted by a luminaire to the total luminous flux emitted by all light sources in the luminaire under the same conditions of use.
3.6 semi-cut-off luminaire
Direction of the maximum intensity and lamps and lanterns down vertical axis Angle between 0 ° ~ 75 °, 90 ° and 80 ° Angle direction the light intensity on the maximum allowable values respectively 50 and 100 CD/CD / 1000 lm 1000 lm lamps and lanterns. Regardless of the size of the lamp flux, its light intensity in the direction of 90 ° Angle shall not exceed the maximum 1000 CD.
3.7 the installation height of lamps and lanterns luminaire mounting height
The vertical distance from the light center of the luminaire to the road surface.
3. 7 inverter