This document is applicable to electric light sources (see Note 1) for use in automotive
applications, for example in road illumination devices and/or light signalling devices for road
vehicles.
It is especially applicable to light sources listed in UN Resolution R.E.5 and light sources subject
to other legislations.
This document specifies the technical requirements for interchangeability for example
dimensional, electrical and photometrical characteristics, and includes test methods.
For the light sources listed in this document, the data sheets are contained either in this
document or are included by reference to UN Resolution R.E.5.
Performance requirements are specified in IEC 60810, for example life, torsion strength,
resistance to vibration and shock.
The requirements for miniature light sources for supplementary purposes, not subject to
legislation, are specified in IEC 60983.
NOTE 1 The terms "lamp" and "light source" are both used in this document to mean the same product, so the two
terms are interchangeable throughout this document.
NOTE 2 In various vocabularies and standards, different terms are used for "incandescent lamp"
(IEC 60050845:
1987, 845-07-04), "discharge lamp" (IEC 60050-845:1987, 845-07-17) and "LED lamp". In this
document "filament lamp", "discharge lamp" and "LED light source" are used, however, where only "lamp" or "light
source" is written, all light sources, independent of the technology used, are meant, unless the context clearly shows
that it applies to one kind of technology only. In the UN Regulations, the word "light source" is used for the products
specified in this document.
NOTE 3 Wherever the term "device" is used, it is meant to designate equipment which is used as a luminaire. It
can for instance take the form and purpose of a headlight or signal light.

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IEC 60809:2021 is applicable to electric light sources for use in automotive applications, for example in road illumination devices and/or light signalling devices for road vehicles.
It is especially applicable to light sources listed in UN Resolution R.E.5 and light sources subject to other legislations.
This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2014, Amendment 1:2017, Amendment 2:2017 and Amendment 3:2019. This edition constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) Introduction of a light technical measurement on LED light sources intended for use in front-lighting applications.
b) As the original data sheets and some figures from previous editions were not available in an editable format, they have been reproduced from their old format, following the current drafting rules and are now in single language format. Some reproductions constitute minor (obvious) editorial changes of the original text sections and original figures; no technical changes were introduced.

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This document contains the basic alert strategy, minimum functionality requirements, basic driver interface elements, minimum requirements for diagnostics and reaction to failure, and performance test procedures for Emergency Electronic Brake Light systems (EEBL). EEBL alerts the driver against danger caused by the emergency braking of an FV on the upcoming road, so that the driver may reduce the speed. The system does not include the means to control the vehicle to meet the desired speed. The responsibility for safe operation of the vehicle always remains with the driver. The scope of this document does not include performance requirements and test procedures of the wireless communication device used for EEBL. The requirements of communication devices are defined in other standards, e.g. the IEEE series listed in the Bibliography[6][7][8]. The test procedure in this document is designed for third party testing of the product while the test procedure can also be used for other stakeholders such as manufacturers or consumer unions. The document applies to light duty vehicles and heavy vehicles. These systems are not intended for off-road use.

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This document is applicable to filament lamps, discharge lamps, LED light sources and LED
packages to be used in road vehicles, i.e. in headlamps, fog-lamps, signalling lamps and
interior lighting. It is especially applicable to those lamps and light sources which are listed in
IEC 60809.
It specifies requirements and test methods for the measurement of performance characteristics
such as lamp life, luminous flux maintenance, torsion strength, glass bulb strength
and resistance to vibration and shock. Moreover, information on temperature limits, maximum
lamp outlines and maximum tolerable voltage surges is given as guidance for lighting and
electrical equipment design.
For some of the requirements given in this document, reference is made to data given in
tables. For lamps not listed in such tables, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp
manufacturer or responsible vendor.
The performance requirements are additional to the basic requirements specified in
IEC 60809. They are, however, not intended to be used by authorities for legal type-approval
purposes.
NOTE 1 In the various vocabularies and standards, different terms are used for "incandescent lamp"
(IEC 60050-845:1987, 845-07-04) and "discharge lamp" (IEC 60050-845:1987, 845-07-17). In this document,
"filament lamp" and "discharge lamp" are used. However, where only “lamp” is written both types are meant, unless
the context clearly shows that it applies to one type only.
NOTE 2 This document does not apply to luminaires.
NOTE 3 In this document, the term LED light source is used, in other standards the term LED lamps can be used
to describe similar products.

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EN-IEC 60809 is applicable to replaceable and standardised lamps (filament lamps, discharge lamps and LED light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and signalling lamps for road vehicles. In some applications, these lamps may be installed as nonreplaceable. This standard is especially applicable to those lamps which are the subject of legislation. In particular, it includes the lamps contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99, No. 128 and its series of amendments of the Geneva Agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). However, the standard may be used for other lamps falling under the scope of this standard, as well as lamps which are subject of legislation but not contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99 and No. 128, e.g. the non-replaceable (filament) lamps and LED modules. For replaceable and standardised lamps, the standard specifies the technical requirements with methods of tests and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous) for lamps of normal production and for standard (étalon) lamps. For most of the requirements given in this standard, reference is made to the “relevant lamp data sheet”. For all lamps listed in Clause 8, data sheets are contained in this standard or included by reference. For other lamps, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp manufacturer or responsible vendor. It could be based on national legislation. Other requirements to replaceable and standardised lamps such as lamp life, luminous flux maintenance, torsion strength and resistance to vibration and shock are specified in IEC 60810. Such requirements to non-replaceable lamps are given in this standard. For some test methods, reference is made to IEC 60810. Road vehicle lamps for supplementary purposes which are not the subject of legislation are specified in IEC 60983. In countries which legislate for approval, for example under the terms of the aforementioned UN Regulations, it is suggested that reference is made to this standard for assessment of compliance. IEC 60810 and IEC 60983 are not intended for that purpose.

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EN-IEC 60809 is applicable to replaceable and standardised lamps (filament lamps, discharge lamps and LED light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and signalling lamps for road vehicles. In some applications, these lamps may be installed as nonreplaceable. This standard is especially applicable to those lamps which are the subject of legislation. In particular, it includes the lamps contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99, No. 128 and its series of amendments of the Geneva Agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). However, the standard may be used for other lamps falling under the scope of this standard, as well as lamps which are subject of legislation but not contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99 and No. 128, e.g. the non-replaceable (filament) lamps and LED modules. For replaceable and standardised lamps, the standard specifies the technical requirements with methods of tests and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous) for lamps of normal production and for standard (étalon) lamps. For most of the requirements given in this standard, reference is made to the “relevant lamp data sheet”. For all lamps listed in Clause 8, data sheets are contained in this standard or included by reference. For other lamps, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp manufacturer or responsible vendor. It could be based on national legislation. Other requirements to replaceable and standardised lamps such as lamp life, luminous flux maintenance, torsion strength and resistance to vibration and shock are specified in IEC 60810. Such requirements to non-replaceable lamps are given in this standard. For some test methods, reference is made to IEC 60810. Road vehicle lamps for supplementary purposes which are not the subject of legislation are specified in IEC 60983. In countries which legislate for approval, for example under the terms of the aforementioned UN Regulations, it is suggested that reference is made to this standard for assessment of compliance. IEC 60810 and IEC 60983 are not intended for that purpose.

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The contents of the interpretation sheet 1 of July 2017 have been included in this copy.

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The contents of the interpretation sheet 1 of July 2017 have been included in this copy.

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This International Standard is applicable to replaceable and standardised lamps (filament
lamps, discharge lamps and LED light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and
signalling lamps for road vehicles. In some applications, these lamps may be installed as nonreplaceable.
This standard is especially applicable to those lamps which are the subject of legislation. In
particular, it includes the lamps contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99, No. 128 and its series
of amendments of the Geneva Agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic
Commission for Europe (UNECE). However, the standard may be used for other lamps falling
under the scope of this standard, as well as lamps which are subject of legislation but not
contained in Regulations No. 37, No. 99 and No. 128, e.g. the non-replaceable (filament) lamps
and LED modules.
For replaceable and standardised lamps, the standard specifies the technical requirements
with methods of tests and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous) for
lamps of normal production and for standard (étalon) lamps.
For most of the requirements given in this standard, reference is made to the “relevant lamp
data sheet”. For all lamps listed in Clause 8, data sheets are contained in this standard or
included by reference. For other lamps, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp
manufacturer or responsible vendor. It could be based on national legislation.
Other requirements to replaceable and standardised lamps such as lamp life, luminous flux
maintenance, torsion strength and resistance to vibration and shock are specified in IEC 60810.
Such requirements to non-replaceable lamps are given in this standard.
For some test methods, reference is made to IEC 60810.
Road vehicle lamps for supplementary purposes which are not the subject of legislation are
specified in IEC 60983.
In countries which legislate for approval, for example under the terms of the aforementioned
UN Regulations, it is suggested that reference is made to this standard for assessment of
compliance. IEC 60810 and IEC 60983 are not intended for that purpose.
NOTE 1 In various vocabularies and standards, different terms are used for "incandescent lamp", "discharge
lamp" and “LED lamp”. In this standard "filament lamp", "discharge lamp" and “LED light source” are used. However,
where only "lamp" is written all three kinds of lamp are meant, unless the context clearly shows that it applies to
one kind only.
NOTE 2 Wherever the term “device” is used, it is meant to designate equipment which is used as luminaire. It can
take the form and purpose of a headlight or signal light.

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IEC 62150-3:2015 It has been found that some optical transceivers and receptacles are susceptible to fibre optic cable induced stress when side forces are applied to the mated cable-connector assembly, resulting in variations in the transmitted optical power. The purpose of this part of IEC 62150 is to define physical stress tests to ensure that such optical connections (cable and receptacle) can continue to function within specifications. This standard specifies the test requirements and procedures for qualifying optical devices for sensitivity to coupled power variations induced by mechanical disturbance at the optical ports of the device. This standard applies to active devices with optical receptacle interfaces. This standard describes the testing of transceivers for use with single-mode connectors having either 2,5 mm or 1,25 mm ferrules. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2012 and constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- extension of application field to SC connector interface transceivers in addition to LC connector interface transceivers specified in the first edition as both transceiver interfaces are very important in the industry;
- addition of a new Annex E dealing with load value difference for connector type in Method A.
Keywords: fibre optic cable induced stress, power variations induced by mechanical disturbance

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IEC 60809:2014 is applicable to replaceable and standardised lamps (filament lamps, discharge lamps and LED light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and signalling lamps for road vehicles. In some applications, these lamps may be installed as non-replaceable. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition (1995), its Amendment 1 (1996), its Amendment 2 (2002), its Amendment 3 (2004), its Amendment 4 (2009) and its Amendment 5 (2012). This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) the introduction of requirements for non-replaceable filament lamps; b) the introduction of requirements for LED light sources.

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IEC 60809:2014 is applicable to replaceable and standardised lamps (filament lamps, discharge lamps and LED light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and signalling lamps for road vehicles. In some applications, these lamps may be installed as non-replaceable. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition (1995), its Amendment 1 (1996), its Amendment 2 (2002), its Amendment 3 (2004), its Amendment 4 (2009) and its Amendment 5 (2012). This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) the introduction of requirements for non-replaceable filament lamps;
b) the introduction of requirements for LED light sources.

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IEC 61158-3-1:2014 defines the services provided to the Type 1 fieldbus application layer at the boundary between the application and data-link layers of the fieldbus reference model and systems management at the boundary between the data-link layer and systems management of the fieldbus reference model. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2007. It constitutes a technical revision. The main change is the improved terms.

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This part of ISO 13207 specifies the characteristics of LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamps used as direction indicators when optionally monitored. It applies primarily to those lamps which are installed on 24V truck/trailer combinations. It will enable lamp-failure detection of LED lamps on the drawn vehicle to be compatible with that for bulbs when analysed by the towing unit.

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This document is applicable to electric light sources (see Note 1) for use in automotive applications, for example in road illumination devices and/or light signalling devices for road vehicles. It is especially applicable to light sources listed in UN Resolution R.E.5 and light sources subject to other legislations. This document specifies the technical requirements for interchangeability for example dimensional, electrical and photometrical characteristics, and includes test methods. For the light sources listed in this document, the data sheets are contained either in this document or are included by reference to UN Resolution R.E.5. Performance requirements are specified in IEC 60810, for example life, torsion strength, resistance to vibration and shock. The requirements for miniature light sources for supplementary purposes, not subject to legislation, are specified in IEC 60983. NOTE 1 The terms "lamp" and "light source" are both used in this document to mean the same product, so the two terms are interchangeable throughout this document. NOTE 2 In various vocabularies and standards, different terms are used for "incandescent lamp" (IEC 60050845:1987, 845-07-04), "discharge lamp" (IEC 60050-845:1987, 845-07-17) and "LED lamp". In this document "filament lamp", "discharge lamp" and "LED light source" are used, however, where only "lamp" or "light source" is written, all light sources, independent of the technology used, are meant, unless the context clearly shows that it applies to one kind of technology only. In the UN Regulations, the word "light source" is used for the products specified in this document. NOTE 3 Wherever the term "device" is used, it is meant to designate equipment which is used as a luminaire. It can for instance take the form and purpose of a headlight or signal light.

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ISO 4148:2004 specifies the dimensions of special warning lamps for road vehicles, in order to ensure interchangeability and accurate positioning, bearing in mind the rapid change of light intensity from such devices in a vertical cross-section of the projected beam. It also specifies methods for testing magnetic-base-mountings used to install special warning lamps directly on the steel sheet of the roof or body of a vehicle.

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ISO 6969:2004 specifies the testing of sound signalling devices in accordance with ISO 512, to be carried out after mounting on the vehicle.

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ISO 15763 defines terms and specifies requirements and tests for vehicle alarm systems (VAS) intended for installation within buses and commercial vehicles (as defined in ISO 3833) having a maximum authorized total mass (code ISO-M08 defined in ISO 1176) of greater than 3,5 t. It is applicable to VAS designed to detect or sense, and to indicate, the unauthorized opening of a vehicle's doors, luggage-compartment lids, bonnet/hood and emergency exits, as well as the tilting of the driver's cabin and the disconnection of a trailer or of the power supply. It covers both VAS intended for installation as original equipment, and those intended to be installed after delivery of the vehicle.

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Specifies the provisions applicable to registration plates. Compliance with national regulations for dimensions, shape, letters, and numerals shall be checked on a completely finished plate by the competent authorities. Includes photometric and colorimetric properties by day and night. Describes sampling and various tests.

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Defines the acceptable quality levels for each characteristic checked when samples of flashers for power-driven vehicles (with the exception of motorcycles) are taken at random. Does not specify the frequency of sampling, nor the batch size. Applies to flasher types which have been tested and approved in accordance with ISO 4082.

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Defines the electrical characteristics with which flasher units shall comply when submitted for acceptance. Applies to flashers intended for use on motor vehicles with 12 V or 24 V systems, which may or may not be equipped for a towed vehicle. Can be applied to motorcycles. Not applicable to two-level luminous intensity devices.

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This document applies to front and rear-mounted implements on agricultural or forestry tractors, trailers or on towed machinery.
It specifies the requirements for lighting and light-signalling devices to be installed on the implement for safe on-road use.

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This document applies to front and rear-mounted implements on agricultural or forestry tractors, trailers or on towed machinery.
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This International Standard is applicable to lamps (filament lamps, discharge lamps and LED
light sources) to be used in headlamps, fog-lamps and signalling lamps for road vehicles. It is
especially applicable to those lamps which are listed in IEC 60809. However, the standard
may also be used for other lamps falling under the scope of this standard.
It specifies requirements and test methods for the measurement of performance characteristics
such as lamp life, luminous flux maintenance, torsion strength, glass bulb strength
and resistance to vibration and shock. Moreover, information on temperature limits, maximum
lamp outlines and maximum tolerable voltage surges is given for the guidance of lighting and
electrical equipment design.
For some of the requirements given in this standard, reference is made to data given in tables.
For lamps not listed in such tables, the relevant data are supplied by the lamp manufacturer
or responsible vendor.
The performance requirements are additional to the basic requirements specified in
IEC 60809. They are, however, not intended to be used by authorities for legal type-approval
purposes.
NOTE 1 In the various vocabularies and standards, different terms are used for "incandescent lamp" (IEC 60050-
845:1987, 845-07-04) and "discharge lamp" (IEC 60050-845:1987, 845-07-17). In this standard, "filament lamp"
and "discharge lamp" are used. However, where only “lamp” is written both types are meant, unless the context
clearly shows that it applies to one type only.
NOTE 2 This standard does not apply to luminaires.
NOTE 3 In this standard, the term LED light source is used, in other standards the term LED lamps can be used
to describe similar products.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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2012-08-01 - Publication editing allocated to cpalagi@cencenelec.eu

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Covers incandescent lamps to be used in headlights, foglights and signalling lights for road vehicles and specifies the technical requirements with methods of test and basic interchangeability (dimensional, electrical and luminous). Applies amongst others to lamps which may be the subject of legislation. In particular covers those lamps contained in regulation no. 37 of Geneva agreement of 20 March 1958 of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) concerning the adaption of uniform conditions of approval and reciprocal recognition of approval of motor vehicle equipment and parts.

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 60810:2003

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Superseded by EN 60810:2003

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Supersedes HD 503 S2 * Superseded by EN 60810:2003

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