Zhaga interface specification Book 1 and Book 7

IEC PAS 63166:2018(E) This book 7 defines several LED modules. Each LED module has a rectangular shape and the only restriction to the light emitting surface is that no light is emitted in the direction of the reference plane of the LED module.
This Book 1 defines the common concepts that underlie the Zhaga interface specifications. In addition, this Book 1 specifies general requirements for Zhaga compliant LED Light Engines, associated components and Luminaires.

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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ..................................................................................................... 6

1 General ...................................................................................................... 9

1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................... 9

1.2 Scope (informative) .................................................................................................................................... 9

1.3 Conformance and References .................................................................................................................... 9

1.3.1 Conformance ..................................................................................................................................... 9

1.3.2 References ......................................................................................................................................... 9

1.4 Definitions .................................................................................................................................................. 9

1.5 Acronyms ................................................................................................................................................. 10

1.6 Symbols .................................................................................................................................................... 10

1.7 Conventions ............................................................................................................................................. 10

1.7.1 Precedence ...................................................................................................................................... 10

1.7.2 Cross references .............................................................................................................................. 10

1.7.3 Informative text ............................................................................................................................... 10

1.7.4 Terms in capitals .............................................................................................................................. 10

1.7.5 Units of physical quantities ............................................................................................................. 10

1.7.6 Decimal separator ........................................................................................................................... 10

1.7.7 Limits ............................................................................................................................................... 10

2 System Overview (informative) ............................................................... 11

2.1 General ..................................................................................................................................................... 11

2.2 Description of the LED Module ................................................................................................................ 11

2.3 Outline of this Book ................................................................................................................................. 11

3 Mechanical Interface ............................................................................... 13

3.1 Drawing principles ................................................................................................................................... 13

3.2 Mechanical references ............................................................................................................................. 13

3.3 Book-7 LED Module categories ................................................................................................................ 13

3.3.1 L6W6 ................................................................................................................................................ 14

3.3.2 L14W2 .............................................................................................................................................. 16

3.3.3 L28W2 .............................................................................................................................................. 18

3.3.4 L28W4 .............................................................................................................................................. 20

3.3.5 L28W6 .............................................................................................................................................. 22

3.3.6 L28W28 ............................................................................................................................................ 24

3.3.7 L38W38 ............................................................................................................................................ 26

3.3.8 L56W56 ............................................................................................................................................ 28

3.3.9 L56W2 .............................................................................................................................................. 30

3.3.10 L56W4 .............................................................................................................................................. 32

3.4 Requirements on the mechanical interface of the Book-7 Luminaire ..................................................... 34

3.4.1 Flatness and roughness of the Thermal Interface Surface .............................................................. 34

3.4.2 Luminaire keep-out for interconnect .............................................................................................. 34

4 Photometric Interface .............................................................................. 35

4.1 Light Emitting Surface .............................................................................................................................. 35

4.2 Operating conditions for measuring photometric parameters ............................................................... 35

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4.3 Luminous flux ........................................................................................................................................... 35

4.4 Luminous intensity distribution ............................................................................................................... 35

4.5 Luminance uniformity .............................................................................................................................. 35

4.6 Correlated color temperature (CCT) ........................................................................................................ 36

4.7 Color rendering index (CRI) ...................................................................................................................... 36

5 Electrical Interface ................................................................................... 37

5.1 Electrical interface to the ECG ................................................................................................................. 37

5.2 Electrical insulation .................................................................................................................................. 37

5.3 Mechanical aspects of the electrical interface to the ECG ...................................................................... 37

6 Thermal Interface .................................................................................... 38

6.1 Background information (informative) .................................................................................................... 38

6.2 General thermal requirements for Book-7 LED Modules ........................................................................ 38

6.3 Thermal headroom of Book-7 LED Modules ............................................................................................ 38

7 Compliance test tools .............................................................................. 40

7.1 LED Module test tools .............................................................................................................................. 40

7.1.1 Test Fixture PETF (photometric and electrical) ............................................................................... 40

7.1.2 Test Fixture THTF (Thermal Headroom) .......................................................................................... 40

8 LED Module Compliance Tests ................................................................. 44

8.1 LED Module mechanical interface tests ................................................................................................... 44

8.1.1 Test of the mechanical interface of the LED Module ...................................................................... 44

8.2 LED Module photometric interface tests ................................................................................................. 44

8.2.1 Test of Luminous Flux ...................................................................................................................... 44

8.2.2 Test of correlated color temperature (CCT) .................................................................................... 45

8.2.3 Test of color rendering index (CRI) .................................................................................................. 45

8.2.4 Test on luminance uniformity data ................................................................................................. 45

8.3 LED Module thermal interface tests ........................................................................................................ 46

8.3.1 Test of thermal headroom of the LED Module ................................................................................ 46

8.4 LED Module electrical interface tests ...................................................................................................... 46

8.5 LED Module Product Data Set test ........................................................................................................... 46

9 Luminaire compliance tests ..................................................................... 47

9.1 Luminaire mechanical interface tests ...................................................................................................... 47

9.1.1 Test on the mechanical interface of the Luminaire for mounting the LED Module(s) .................... 47

9.2 Luminaire Product Data Set test .............................................................................................................. 47

Annex A Product Data Set requirements .................................................... 49

A.1 LED Module Product Data Set .................................................................................................................. 49

A.2 Luminaire Product Data Set ..................................................................................................................... 49

Annex B Measurements on Luminance uniformity (informative) ............... 50

B.1 Test equipment ........................................................................................................................................ 50

B.2 Test conditions ......................................................................................................................................... 50

B.3 Test procedure ......................................................................................................................................... 51

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Annex C Guidelines for mechanical interface test (informative) ................. 52

Annex D History of Changes ....................................................................... 54

1 General .................................................................................................... 56

1.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 56

1.2 Scope ............................................................................................................................................................ 56

1.3 Conformance and references ....................................................................................................................... 56

1.3.1 Conformance ......................................................................................................................................... 56

1.3.2 Normative references ........................................................................................................................... 56

1.3.3 Informative references .......................................................................................................................... 57

1.4 Common definitions ..................................................................................................................................... 57

1.5 Common acronyms ...................................................................................................................................... 59

1.6 Common symbols ......................................................................................................................................... 59

1.7 Common conventions .................................................................................................................................. 60

1.7.1 Cross references .................................................................................................................................... 60

1.7.2 Informative text .................................................................................................................................... 60

1.7.3 Terms in capitals.................................................................................................................................... 60

1.7.4 Units of physical quantities ................................................................................................................... 60

1.7.5 Decimal separator ................................................................................................................................. 60

2 Overview of Zhaga (informative) ................................................................ 61

2.1 About Zhaga ................................................................................................................................................. 61

2.2 Zhaga building blocks and interfaces ........................................................................................................... 61

2.3 Compatibility and Interchangeability ........................................................................................................... 63

2.4 Product Data Set .......................................................................................................................................... 63

2.5 Compliance testing ....................................................................................................................................... 63

2.5.1 Certification ........................................................................................................................................... 64

2.5.2 Market surveillance ............................................................................................................................... 64

2.6 Compatibility check ...................................................................................................................................... 64

2.7 Zhaga product certification .......................................................................................................................... 65

3 Mechanical interface .................................................................................. 66

3.1 Drawing principles ........................................................................................................................................ 66

3.2 Mechanical interface between Separate ECG and Luminaire. ..................................................................... 66

3.3 Thermal expansion ....................................................................................................................................... 66

4 Photometric interface ................................................................................ 67

4.1 Light Emitting Surface .................................................................................................................................. 67

4.1.1 LES categories ........................................................................................................................................ 67

4.2 Operating conditions for measuring photometric parameters .................................................................... 68

4.3 Luminous flux ............................................................................................................................................... 69

4.4 Luminous intensity distribution ................................................................................................................... 69

4.4.1 Beam angle and beam angle categories ................................................................................................ 70

4.5 Luminance uniformity .................................................................................................................................. 70

4.6 Correlated color temperature (CCT) ............................................................................................................ 70

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4.7 Color rendering index (CRI) .......................................................................................................................... 71

4.8 Luminaire Optics (informative) .................................................................................................................... 71

5 Electrical interface ...................................................................................... 72

5.1 Electrical insulation (informative) ................................................................................................................ 72

6 Thermal interface ....................................................................................... 73

6.1 Background information (informative) ........................................................................................................ 73

6.2 Generic thermal interface model ................................................................................................................. 73

6.2.1 General case .......................................................................................................................................... 73

6.2.2 Test Fixture TPTF ................................................................................................................................... 75

6.2.3 Rated Operating Temperature and safety (informative) ...................................................................... 75

6.2.4 Thermal overload protected LED Light Engine (Informative) ................................................................ 75

6.2.5 Ambient Temperature ........................................................................................................................... 76

6.2.6 Luminaires with multiple LLEs or multiple LED Modules ...................................................................... 76

6.2.7 Thermal compatibility check ................................................................................................................. 76

6.2.8 Thermal uniformity ............................................................................................................................... 77

6.2.9 Thermal Interface Material ................................................................................................................... 78

6.2.10 Surface planarity and roughness ......................................................................................................... 78

6.2.11 Aging of LED Light Engine or LED Module (informative) ..................................................................... 78

6.2.12 Influence of the Electronic Control Gear on the thermal interface (informative) .............................. 78

6.2.13 Ambient Temperature and thermal resistance (𝑹th). ........................................................................ 79

7 Control interface ........................................................................................ 80

Annex A Compliance tests ............................................................................. 81

A.0 LED Module compliance tests ...................................................................................................................... 81

A.0.1 LED Module mechanical interface test ................................................................................................. 81

A.0.2 LED Module photometric interface tests .............................................................................................. 81

A.0.3 LED Module thermal interface tests ..................................................................................................... 83

A.0.4 LED Module electrical interface tests ................................................................................................... 84

A.0.5 LED Module Product Data Set test ........................................................................................................ 84

A.1 LLE compliance tests .................................................................................................................................... 85

A.1.1 LLE mechanical interface tests .............................................................................................................. 85

A.1.2 LLE photometric interface tests ............................................................................................................ 85

A.1.3 LLE thermal interface tests ................................................................................................................... 88

A.1.4 LLE electrical interface tests ................................................................................................................. 93

A.1.5 LLE control interface tests ..................................................................................................................... 93

A.1.6 LLE Product Data Set test ...................................................................................................................... 93

A.2 Luminaire compliance tests ......................................................................................................................... 93

A.2.1 Luminaire mechanical interface tests ................................................................................................... 93

A.2.2 Luminaire photometric interface tests ................................................................................................. 94

A.2.3 Luminaire thermal interface tests ......................................................................................................... 94

A.2.4 Luminaire electrical interface tests ....................................................................................................... 94

A.2.5 Luminaire control interface tests .......................................................................................................... 95

A.2.6 Luminaire Product Data Set test ........................................................................................................... 95

Annex B History of changes ........................................................................... 96

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