pulsed lamp

1. lamp that delivers its energy in the form of a single pulse or a train of pulses where each pulse is assumed to have a duration of less than 0,25 s

2. lamp with a continuous train of pulses or modulated radiant energy where the peak radiated power is at least 10 times the average radiated power

NOTE 1 The duration of a lamp pulse is the time interval between the half-peak-power points on the leading and the trailing edges of the pulse.

NOTE 2 In IEC62471:2006/CIES009:2002 Photobiological safety of lamp and lamp systems, general lighting service lamps are defined to be continuous wave lamps. Examples of pulsed lamps include photoflash lamps, flash lamps in photocopy machines, pulse-modulated LEDs, and strobe lights.

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