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New World Customs Organisation Harmonized System code for light emitting diode (LED) lamps and Australian statistical codes for LED lighting products [21]

 

The World Customs Organisation's fifth review of the International Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonized System) has resulted in an amendment to the Australian Customs Tariff Act for LED lamps.

PDF More information (PDF File) Posted Wednesday 25 Jan 2017

 

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Lighting controls and Building Code of Australia [20]

 

Lighting controls such as timers, time switches, motion detectors, daylight sensors and dynamic lighting control devices can be used to save energy and maintain compliance with the requirements of the Building Code of Australia1 (BCA) and Australian standards.

PDF More information (PDF File) Posted Wednesday 09 Mar 2016

 

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Replacing MR16 Halogen Lamps with LEDs [19]

 

Replacing MR16 Halogen Lamps with LEDs provides guidance to users wishing to replace the common 50W or 35W MR16 dichroic lamps with LED MR16 lamps. The technical bulletin addresses compatibility issues between LED MR16 lamps and the wide range of transformers and dimmers in the Australian marketplace, provides a set of principles to follow when replacing MR16 halogen lamps with LED MR16 lamps and lists basic installation instructions. The bulletin also provides a comprehensive table comparing the characteristics of LED MR16s with MR 16 halogen lamps.

PDF More information (PDF File) Posted Thursday 04 Sep 2014

 

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A Guide to Choosing LEDs and LED Suppliers

 

Lighting Council Australia has produced this guide to assist purchasers make informed decisions when buying LEDs. The guide shows both mandatory compliance (safety, warranty and EMC requirements) together with key voluntary aspects, such as product performance. The Guide covers both products and suppliers and is primarily intended for commercial users of solid state lighting.

PDF More information (PDF File) Posted Monday 01 Sep 2014

 

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