IEC 60675-2 pdf – Household electric direct-acting room heaters – Methods for measuring performance – Part 2: Additional provisions for the measurement of the radiant factor
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This document is used to measure the radiant factor of direct-acting room heaters.
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The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their contentconstitutes requirements of this document. For dated references,only the edition cited applies.For undated references，the latest edition of the referenced document (including anyamendments) applies.
IEC 60675:1994，Household electric direct-acting room heaters – Methods for measuringperformance
IEC 60675-3:2020，Household electric direct-acting room heaters – Methods for measuringperformance – Part 3: Additional provisions for the measurement of radiation efficiency
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ratio of the measured infrared heat output to the measured total energy input, expressed in %
Note 1 to entry: The radiant factor can be measured for panel heaters,convector heaters and radiant heaters3.102
ratio of the heat flow into a (testing) chamber by radiation exchange between an active radiantheating surface and the inner surfaces of the chamber to the nominal electric power of a heaterinside this testing chamber
Note 1 to entry: The radiant factor and the radiation efficiency are measured on different physical backgroundsand not comparable.
radiation reference plane
flat surface bounded by the edge of the reflector or, in the case where radiant parts projectbelow this edge of the reflector，the flat surface touching the outermost radiant part(see Figure 101)