UL 1598A:2002 pdf download – Supplemental Requirements for Luminaires for Installation on Marine Vessels
UL 1598A:2002 pdf download – Supplemental Requirements for Luminaires for Installation on Marine Vessels.
3.1.1 Except as indicated In 3.1.2. a component of a product covered by this standard shall comply with the requirements for that component. See Appendix A for a list of standards covering components used in the products covered by this Standard.
3.1.2 A component is not required to comply with a specific requirement that:
a) Involves a feature or characteristic not required in the application of the component in the product covered by this standard, or
b) Is superseded by a requirement in this Standard.
3.1.3 A component shall be used in accordance with its rating established for the intended conditions of use.
3.1.4 Specific components are incomplete in construction features or restricted in performance capabilities. Such components are intended tor use only under limited conditions, such as certain temperatures not exceeding specified limits, and shall be used only under those specific conditions.
3.2 Units of measurement
3.2.1 Values stated without parentheses are the requirement. Values in parentheses are explanatory or approximate information.
3.3 Undated references
3.3.1 Any undated reference to a code or standard appearing in the requirements of this standard shall be interpreted as referring to the latest edition of that code or standard,
4 Corrosion Protection
4.1 All inside and outside surfaces of cast ferrous metal, sheet metal, or ferrous tubing shall comply with the following requirements:
a) Inside-type — The corrosion protection means shall comply with the requirements of Clause 2.6 in the Standard for Luminaires, UL 1598. A luminaire that complies with all of the Inside- Type requirements of this supplement shall be marked in accordance with Table 18.1, Item 1.1.
b) Inside Dripproof-Type — The corrosion protection means shall comply with the requirements of Clause 10.4.2 in the Standard for Luminaires, UL 1598. A luminaire that complies with aN of the Inside Dripproof-Type requirements of this supplement shall be marked in accordance with Table 18.1. Item 1.2.
c) Outside-Type (fresh water only) — The corrosion protection means shall comply with the requirements of Clause 10.4.2 in the Standard for Luminaires, UL 1598, A luminaire that complies with all of the Outside-Type requirements for this supplement and has been evaluated only for fresh water shall be marked in accordance with Table 18.1, Item 1.3.
14 Normal Temperature Test
14.1 A surface mounted luminaire shall comply with the temperature test requirements for surface-mounted luminaires specified in Clause 11, Normal temperature tests in the Standard tar Luminaires. UL 1598, with the exception that the test ceiling foi ceiling mounted luminairos is not required to be filled with insulation.
14.1 revtsed Augusl 22, 2002
14.2 A recessed mounted luminaire shall comply with the Type Non-IC normal temperature test requirements for recessed luminaires specified in Clause 11. Normal temperature tests in the Standard for Luminaires, UL 1598. Aboormal temperature tests are not required.
14.2 revised AuQusi 22, 2002
14.3 Marked suppty wire ratings shall not exceed 110°C (230°F).
15 Drlppage Test
15.1 An Inside Diipproof-Type luminaire shall be subjected to the test descrted in 15.3. No water shall contact wiring devices or lamps after exposure to the drippage for 1 hour.
152 An alternative to the Drippage Test is the Rain Test described in Clause 13.52 in the Standard for Luminaires, UL 1598.
15.2 revised AUQUSI 22, 2002
15.3 To determine whether a luminaire complies with the requirement in 15.1, it is to be tested as follows. A glass globe or a plastic panel not provided with a gasket is to be removed for the test. With the top of wire entrances seated, the luminaire is to be mounted directly beneath a shower head, as described in 15.4. vertIcally oriented. The waler pressure is to be such that the area of water drfppage covers the entire cross section of the luminaire or, in the case of a fluorescent lamp luminaire, the entire width of the luminaire. When the luminaire is provided with means for adjustment of position, it is to be adjusted as far from the vertical position as allowed by the construction. With the adjustment complete, the luminaire, inclucng the portion that is normally vertical, is to be tilted to make the normally vertical part 15 degrees from the vertical. The direction of tilt and adjustment is to provide the maximum exposure of lamps and wiring devices. The test is also to be conducted with the luminaire in any more-upright position when required.