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1. Scope

This section of Part 2 of IEC 598 specifies requirements for fixed luminaires intended for use in water, or in contact with water, in, for example, the basins of swimming pools, fountains, paddling pools, and garden pools, and for use with tungsten filament lamps.

NOTE - Electrical installation rules for swimming pools are given in IEC 364-7-702: Electrical installations of buildings - Part 7: Requirements for special installations or locations - Section 7 02: Swimming pools.

This section does not cover luminaires not in contact with the water (e.g. mounted behind a glass panel which is separate from the luminaire) or hand-held or portable luminaires. It is to be read in conjunction with those sections of Part 1 to which reference is made.

Note: Electrical installation rules for pools are given in Section 68 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (C22.1-98). Manufacturers may find a helpful summary of the equipment-rela ted requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, in CSA Publication SPE-2000.

Canadian Deviations are included in this Standard. /

1. Domaine d'application

Cette section de la deuxieme partie de la CEI 598 detaille les prescriptions applicables aux luminaires destines a etre utilises dans l'eau ou en contact avec l'eau, par exemple dans les bassins de piscines, les fontaines, les pataugeoires et les pieces d'eau et pourvus de lampes a filament de tungstene.

NOTE - Les regles d'installation electrique des piscines sont donnees dans la CEI 364-7-702: Installations electriques des batiments, Septieme partie: Regles pour les installations et emplacements speciaux, Section 702: Piscines.

Cette section ne traite pas des luminaires qui ne sont pas en contact av ec l'eau (par exemple ceux qui sont installes derriere un panneau de verre separe du luminaire), ni des baladeuses ou des luminaires portatifs. Elle doit etre lue conjointement avec les sections de la premiere partie auxquelles il est fait reference.

Note: Les exigences sur les installations electriques des piscines font l'objet de la section 68 du Code canadien de l'electricite, Premiere partie (C22.1-94). Les fabricants peuve nt trouver un resume utile des exigences du CCE, Premiere partie relatives aux appareils dans la publication CSA SPE-2000.

Cette norme comprend des Exigences propres au Canada.