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NEMA LE 7-2015 Recessed Luminaires Intended for Contact with Expanding Polyurethane Foam Insulation
NEMA LI 1-1998 (R2011)Industrial Laminated Thermosetting Products
NEMA LI 6-1993 (R1999, R2005)Relative Temperature Indices of Industrial Thermosetting Laminates
NEMA LL 1-1997Procedures for Linear Fluorescent Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 2-1997 (R2002)Procedures for Pin-Based Compact Fluorescent Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 3-1999Procedures for High-intensity Discharge Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 4-1999Procedures for Incandescent Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 5-1999Procedure for U-shaped Fluorescent Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 6-1999Procedures for Integral Electronic Compact Fluorescent Lamp Sample Preparation and the TCLP
NEMA LL 7-2006Generic Designation System for Pin-Based Compact Fluorescent and T5 Twin Fluorescent Lamps
NEMA LL 8-2010Limits on Mercury Content in Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent Lamps
NEMA LL 9-2011Dimming of T8 Fluorescent Lighting Systems​​
NEMA LS 1-1992 (R2000)Low-Voltage Surge-Protection (LVSP) Devices
NEMA LSCR-PP 1-2015Light Source Color Rendition
NEMA LSD 10-2000A Guide for the Safe Use of Remote Illumination Systems Equipment, Including a Glossary of Definitions
NEMA LSD 11-2010White Paper on Outdoor Lighting Issues and Quality Lighting Applications
NEMA LSD 1-2003 (R2011)Tungsten Halogen (TH) Lamps (Bulbs) Ultraviolet, Rupture and High Temperature Risks
NEMA LSD 13-2001Exit Sign Brightness for Visibility and Safety
NEMA LSD 14-2012Guidelines on the Application of Dimming to High-Intensity Discharge Lamps
NEMA LSD 15-1993 (R2001)Radioactive Substances in Compact Fluorescent Lamps
NEMA LSD 17-1997 (R2001)Consumer Guide for 4-Ft Fluorescent Bulbs
NEMA LSD 18-2003 (R2012)Compatibility of Fluorescent Lamps and Electronic Ballasts in Frequently Switched Applications
NEMA LSD 21-2012End-of-life Operation of Small Diameter (5/8 in. Diameter or Less) Pin-Based Fluorescent Lamps
NEMA LSD 2-2012Wiring Requirements for T8 Lamps with Instant-Start Ballasts
NEMA LSD 22-2001Demand Reduction and Energy Savings Using Occupancy Sensors
NEMA LSD 23-2010Recommended Practice-Lamp Seasoning for Fluorescent Dimming Systems
NEMA LSD 24-2012Marking of Luminaire Codes on Metal Halide Lamps
NEMA LSD 25-2008Best Practices for Metal Halide Lighting Systems, Plus Questions and Answers about Lamp Ruptures in Metal Halide Lighting Systems
NEMA LSD 27-2012Best Practices for Operating Fluorescent Lighting Systems
NEMA LSD 28-2014Minimizing the Potential of Base Arcing Between Certain Wattage HID Lamps and Lampholders
NEMA LSD 29-2012Incompatibility of T8 Ballasts (RS, PS, Dimming) and Shunted Bi-Pin Lampholders
NEMA LSD 2A-2007Application Note Wiring Requirements for T8 Fluorescent Lamps with Instant-Start Ballasts
NEMA LSD 2B-1999Application Note Wiring Requirements for 2G11 Based T5 Fluorescent Twin Lamps With Instant-Start Ballasts
NEMA LSD 31-2005A Lighting Systems Division Information Bulletin Changes to the 2005 NEC Will Impact Future Metal Halide Systems Options
NEMA LSD 3-2012Interaction of Infrared Controls and Electronic Compact Fluorescent Lamps
NEMA LSD 34-2012Recommended Practices for T8 Rapid-Start Fluorescent Lamp Dimming (17 W, 25 W, 32 W and 40 W Lamps)
NEMA LSD 35-2012ANSI Code Update to Include Letter C for Ceramic Metal Halide Lamps
NEMA LSD 37-2008Effects of EPAct 2005 on Mercury Vapor (MV) Lamp Ballasts and Lighting Systems-Frequently Asked Questions
NEMA LSD 39-2012Four-Pin Spiral Compact Fluorescent Lamp Systems Issues, Recommendations and Standardization
NEMA LSD 40-2014Failure Modes for Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent Lamps (SBCFLs)-A NEMA Update
NEMA LSD 41-2012UN2911 Labeling and Transportation of Lamps Containing Radioactive Substances
NEMA LSD 4-1999Glossary of Terms Pertaining to Remote Illumination Systems
NEMA LSD 43-2008Luminaire Ballast Disconnects
NEMA LSD 44-2009Solid State Lighting-The Need for a New Generation of Sockets and Interconnects
NEMA LSD 45-2009Recommendations for Solid State Lighting Sub-Assembly Interfaces for Luminaires
NEMA LSD 46-2009Photoluminescent Exit Signage-Factual Review
NEMA LSD 48-2009Lead in Household Lamps
NEMA LSD 49-2010Solid State Lighting for Incandescent Replacement-Best Practices for Dimming
NEMA LSD 51-2009Solid State Lighting-Definitions for Functional and Decorative Applications
NEMA LSD 5-200934 W Fluorescent Lamps and High-Frequency Electronic Ballasts

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