ANSI Committee stabilizes glow lamps designation standard.

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NEMA announced that ANSI Accredited Standards Committee C78 stabilized ANSI C78.381 American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Method for the Designation of Glow Lamps, which describes designation system for glow lamps. This standard is is available in hard copy or via electronic download. As secretariat of ANSI's ASC C78 for Electric Lamps, NEMA's Lighting Systems Division seeks industry experts in User and General Interest categories to participate in standards development activities.



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ANSI Accredited Standards Committee C78 Stabilizes ANSI C78.381 American National Standard for Electric Lamps-Method for the Designation of Glow Lamps



ROSSLYN, Va.—The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) announced that ANSI Accredited Standards Committee C78 stabilized ANSI C78.381 American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Method for the Designation of Glow Lamps. ANSI C78.381 describes a designation system for glow lamps.



NEMA’s Lighting Systems Division, as secretariat of ANSI’s ASC C78 for Electric Lamps, is looking for industry experts in the User and General Interest categories to participate in standards development activities. Contact NEMA at nemalighting@nema.org if you are interested. Please indicate your interest category and your area of expertise.



ANSI C78.381-1961 (R2011, S2016) is available in hard copy or electronic download for $50 on the NEMA website.



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