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INgreSS ProteCtIoN As rule, NORKA luminaires are designed for a rated power of 230 V/50 Hz. Versions for other mains voltages and frequencies are available on request. The ingress protection classification for luminaires is defined in EN 60 598. The products are labelled accordingly with IP codes. The first number thereby indicates the protection against accidental contact and against foreign Classification for protection against accidental contact and foreign bodies 1st digit Protection type/ designation Description 0 No protection No special protection against injury from inadvertent contact with live or moving parts. No special protection against ingress of foreign bodies. 1 Protection against large foreign bodies > 50 mm 2 Protection against mediumsized foreign bodies > 12 mm 3 Protection against small foreign bodies > 2.5 mm 4 Protection against granular foreign bodies > 1 mm 5 Protected against dust Protection against inadvertent body contact of live and internal, moving parts (e.g. hand contact) but no protection against intentional contact with such parts. Protection against ingress of solid foreign bodies with a diameter greater than 50 mm. Protection against hand contact with live or internal, moving parts. Protection against ingress of solid foreign bodies with a diameter greater than 12 mm. Protection against contact with live or internal, moving parts by tools, wires and similar objects with a diameter greater than 2.5 mm. Protection against ingress of solid foreign bodies with a diameter greater than 2.5 mm. Protection against contact with live or internal, moving parts by tools, wires and similar objects with a diameter greater than 1 mm. Protection against ingress of solid foreign bodies with a diameter greater than 1 mm. Total protection against contact with live or internal, moving parts. Protection against dust deposits. While the ingress of dust is not completely prevented, dust can only enter the device in very small quantities that do not affect its operation. 6 Dust-proof Total protection against contact with live or internal, moving parts. Protection against dust ingress. bodies, while the second number refers to protection against water. When installing the luminaires, the technician must use all seals and cable entries provided with the luminaire. If these parts are not used or installed improperly, the indicated protection is not guaranteed. Classification for protection against water 2nd digit Protection type/ designation Description No protection No special protection. .1 Protection against vertically falling drops of water .2 Protection against drops of water falling at an angle .3 Protection against direct sprays of water .4 Protection against water sprayed from all directions .5 Protection against water jets .6 Protection against flooding .7 Protection against immersion in water .8 Protection against long periods of immersion under pressure .9k Protection against water ingress during high-pressure/ steam jet cleaning Material acronyms and codes PMMA = PC = PBT = PPO = GRP = Water drops that impact vertically do not cause damage. Water drops that impact at any angle up to 15° from the vertical do not cause damage. Water that impacts at any angle up to 60° from the vertical does not cause damage. Water impacting on the luminaire from all directions does not cause damage. Water jets from a nozzle impacting on the luminaire from all directions do not result in water ingress. Water temporarily flooding the device (e.g. high water) does not lead to water ingress. The luminaire is protected against water ingress if the device is immersed for a specific time and at specific pressure conditions in water. Observe the manufacturer instructions! The luminaire is protected against water ingress if it is immersed at a specific pressure and for an unlimited time in water. Observe the manufacturer instructions! Hot water (80 °C) impacting under any angle under high pressure (80 to 100 bar) on the luminaire does not result in water ingress. 90 NORKA LED Product Range 2012_2 ALu = Polymethyl methacrylate Polycarbonate Polybutylene terephthalate Polyphenylene oxide Fibreglass-reinforced polymer Aluminium

eSIStaNCe table PolyMerS USeD IN lUMINaIre ProDUCtIoN Polymer components have become important and proven functional elements in modern luminaire production. They are chosen, processed and used according to the latest technical knowledge. If luminaires are installed and used according to the instructions, these components age gradually, ensuring consistent reliability. However, www.norka.de inadmissible stress and exposure to damaging influences reduce the age resistance of these parts, which means that the serial polymer components wear much faster. If you encounter any problems, do not hesitate to contact us. Damaging influence Possible cause Effect Inadmissibly high temperature - Operating voltage too high - Ambient temperature too high - Improper installation Short-wave uV radiation - High-pressure mercury lamps with excessive uV radiation share - Germicidal lamps Aggressive substances - Softening agent (released from cable insulation etc.) - use of unsuitable cleaning agents and disinfectants This table contains a list of materials that are commonly used in the production of NORKA luminaires. The chemical resistance indications are guide values only and apply to an ambient temperature of 25 °C. Phenolic resin acrylic glass Polycarbonate Pbt/ Chemicals Moulding material PMMa PC Polyester aluminium Acetone — — — Ether — — — Caustic soda, 2% — — Caustic soda, 10% Alcohol, max. 30% — — — Alcohol, concentrated — — Ammonia — Aniline — — — — Ethyl acetate — — — Benzene — — — Chloroform Acetic acid, max. 5% — — — Acetic acid, max. 30% Glycerine NaCl solution — — — — Hydrocarbons Synthetic alkaline solutions Sea water — Methyl chloride Normal petrol Petroleum ether — — — Phenol — — — Nitric acid, max. 10% — Nitric acid, max. 20% Hydrochloric acid, max. 15% — Hydrochloric acid, min. 20% — — Sulphur dioxide — Sulphuric acid, max. 50% — Sulphuric acid, max. 70% — Soda — Premium petrol — Carbon tetrachloride Oil of turpentine — — Trichloroethylene Hydrogen sulphide — — — key: - Deformation - Embrittlement - Discolouration - Yellowing - Embrittlement - Cracking - Reduced strength - Surface damage Resistant Limited resistance — Not resistant 91

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