A selection of our Britax strobe lamps; some of these lamps are R65 or R10 compliant. Others comply with EMC 2009/19/EC or SAE J845.
ECE R65 (R65) is a United Nations regulation. It sets the standard for beacons, light bars and other vehicle warning lamps. The regulation has been designed to ensure that certain core standards governing light output, light dispersion, colour, and flash frequency are being met. The R65 regulation also measures cold start, water ingress and heat resistance.
EMC R10/ECE R10 (R10) is a United Nations regulation. It is the type-approval test for European automotive electronics. This regulation includes a diverse range of testing; including RF immunity and emissions and transient immunity and emissions. R10 approval includes a requirement for surge, burst, harmonics & flicker; it also provides advice and requirements for various electrical vehicles.
EMC 2009/19/EC is a standard regarding the electromagnetic compatibility directive.
SAE J845 is a standard set by the Society for Automotive Engineers (SAE). It regulates the design guidelines, test procedures, and performance requirements for any omnidirectional and selective coverage optical warning devices; which are used on any authorized service, maintenance and emergency vehicles. SAE warning lights have three different classes; class one, class two or class three. Their specialised classification is regarding intensity of light and is designed to help determine what the best application for the lighting unit would be.
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