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Energy Efficient Lighting - Solid State Luminaires (Handbook 150-1A)

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Author(s)

C Cameron Miller, Lawrence I. Knab, Ambler Thompson, Jon M. Crickenberger

Abstract

NIST Handbook 150-1A presents technical requirements and guidance for the accreditation of laboratories under the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) Energy Efficient Lighting/Solid State Lighting program. It is intended for information and use by accredited laboratories, laboratories seeking accreditation, laboratory accreditation systems, users of laboratory services, and others needing information on the requirements for accreditation under this program. The 2005 edition of NIST Handbook 150-1A incorporates changes resulting from release of the newest editions of ISO/IEC 17025, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, and NIST Handbook 150, NVLAP Procedures and General Requirements, as well as editorial improvements. The requirements of NIST Handbook 150, the interpretations and specific requirements in NIST Handbook 150-1, and in program-specific checklists (if applicable) must be combined to produce the criteria for accreditation.
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Keywords

accreditation, assessment, laboratory, management system, NVLAP, proficiency testing, testing, energy efficient lighting, solid state lighting

Citation

Miller, C. , Knab, L. , Thompson, A. and Crickenberger, J. (2009), Energy Efficient Lighting - Solid State Luminaires (Handbook 150-1A), Handbook (NIST HB), National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD (Accessed March 4, 2024)
Created February 26, 2009, Updated October 12, 2021