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NEMA Reaffirms Dimensions Standard for electric lamps.

Press Release Summary:

Sep 02, 2015 - ANSI C78.1407-2004 American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Condenser-Reflector, Four-Pin Prefocus-Base Projection Lamps—Dimensions has been reaffirmed by NEMA. This standard, which specifies dimensions essential to interchangeability of condenser-reflector lamps featuring four-pin prefocus bases, T12 or T14 bulbs, and used in 8 mm motion-picture projectors, is available via download and in hard copy.

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) - Rosslyn, VA

Original Press Release

NEMA Reaffirms ANSI C78.1407-2004 American National Standard for Electric Lamps - Condenser-Reflector, Four-Pin Prefocus-Base Projection Lamps - Dimensions

Press release date: Aug 31, 2015

ROSSLYN, Va.—The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) reaffirmed ANSI C78.1407-2004 American National Standard for Electric Lamps—Condenser-Reflector, Four-Pin Prefocus-Base Projection Lamps—Dimensions. This standard specifies the dimensions essential to the interchangeability of condenser-reflector lamps having four-pin prefocus bases, T12 or T14 bulbs, and used in 8 mm motion-picture projectors.

ANSI C78.1407 was developed by the Accredited Standards Committee for Electric Lamps.

ANSI C78.1407-2004 (R2008, R2015) may be downloaded at no charge or purchased in hard copy for $42 on the NEMA website.

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.

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