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What tests are required to list a lamp-ballast platform on the Certified Lighting Subcomponent Database (CSD), so that it can be used to qualify a product to the Luminaires specification?
To list a lamp-ballast platform on the Certified Lighting Subcomponent Database (CSD), data must be submitted to a certification body (CB) demonstrating the lamp-ballast platform’s compliance with the following specification requirements:
Light Source Life
Correlated Color Temperature (Indoor and Indoor/Outdoor only)
Color Rendering (Indoor and Indoor/Outdoor only)
Source Start Time (Indoor and Indoor/Outdoor only)
Source Run-Up Time (Indoor and Indoor/Outdoor only)
Dimming (as applicable)
Lamp Current Crest Factor
Maximum Recommended Ballast Case Temperature
Ballast Hot Spot Location
Minimum Operating Temperature (Outdoor and Indoor/Outdoor only)