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Ministry of Economics Affairs’ Bureau of Standards has initiated the setting of CNS Standards

【Commercial Times】 

Being a new generation of green lighting as with LED, the electromagnetic induction fluorescent lamp (also known as discharge lamp or electrodeless lamp) is one of the most advanced contemporary lighting in the world, with 100,000 hours of service life.

 TaipeiBeing a new generation of green lighting as with LED, the electromagnetic induction fluorescent lamp (also known as discharge lamp or electrodeless lamp) is one of the most advanced contemporary lighting in the world, with 100,000 hours of service life.

Being a new generation of green lighting as with LED, the electromagnetic induction fluorescent lamp (also known as discharge lamp or electrodeless lamp) is one of the most advanced contemporary lighting in the world, with 100,000 hours of service life. Its energy efficiency over 50~80better than traditional lighting, plus the more than 95% power factor, makes it widely used for daily life lighting. The industrial consensus is that the electromagnetic induction fluorescent lamp will be the next most important lighting in daily life, and strongly challenge LED. To fully promote the energy saving carbon reduction policy, and for the sake of the public safety and health, Ministry of Economics Affairs’ Bureau of Standards has initiated the setting of “National CNS Standards on Electromagnetic Induction Fluorescent Lamp” in order to eliminate unqualified products for assured safe use by consumers.

  Recently, the Bureau of Standards invited industrial leaders like Philips, GE, Osram, YCC TEK as well as industrial associations, academic institutions, and test laboratories from public agencies and private sectors to discuss about the national standards and regulations on the electrodeless lamp’s safety and performance.

  The electromagnetic induction fluorescent lamp industry is developing rapidly all over the world. China, under its low carbon emission policy, has been the most active player to put lots of effort in helping the industry to grow, and is ready to make its industrial standards. The electrodeless lamps made in China have been introduced to Taiwan, but they are subject to the local safety regulations and performance specifications, and have not been able to pass Taiwan’s CNS, IEC, EMI and many other national tests. Meanwhile, Taiwan has already had self-developed electrodeless lamps. For instance, aided by ITRI’s technical support, YCC TEK in Hsinchu Science Park has long been developing its own EFL electrodeless lamps which have passed the rigorous CNS- 14115 EMI tests, and have been qualified for the CNS-14335 national indoor lighting safety standards as well as IEC60598-2-1 international indoor lighting safety standards. It has also been conferred with the certificate of product inspection and registration issued by Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Bureau of Standards, along with many patents at home and abroad.

  A 100W EFL electrodeless lamp has better luminance than that of a traditional 500W mercury lamp, and its energy efficiency is astonishing – for a 24/7 lighting, the yearly energy saving can reach 3,504 KWh per lamp, equivalent to a money saving of NT$ 13,000 on electricity bill, let alone its long service life of 8~10 years. All the merits make it a great attraction to big energy users like factories, supermarkets, and public facilities for reducing their operational costs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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