Lighting Fixtures and Lamps

Federal Supply Group (FSG): 62

NATO Supply Classification Group (NSG): 62

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NSN Format for Lighting Fixtures and Lamps

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FSG 62 Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
FSG 62 Lighting Fixtures and Lamps
Additional Information for Lighting Fixtures and Lamps Additional Information for Lighting Fixtures and Lamps

Illuminating the World: A Look at NATO Supply Group 62

NATO Supply Group (NSG) 62, also known as Federal Supply Group (FSG) 62 in the United States, serves as a standardized classification system for a broad range of lighting fixtures and lamps. It categorizes a diverse array of products used to illuminate various environments, both indoors and outdoors.

Delving into the Categories:

NSG 62 encompasses six distinct Federal Supply Classes (FSC), each focusing on a specific category of lighting products:

  • FSC 6210: Indoor and Outdoor Electric Lighting Fixtures: This class covers a wide variety of fixtures used in various settings, including:
    • Ceiling and wall-mounted fixtures for offices, schools, and commercial buildings.
    • Streetlights, floodlights, and other outdoor lighting fixtures.
    • Decorative lighting fixtures for homes and gardens.
  • FSC 6220: Electric Vehicular Lights and Fixtures: This class specifically focuses on lighting equipment designed for vehicles, such as:
    • Headlights, taillights, and brake lights for cars and trucks.
    • Turn signals, hazard lights, and fog lights.
    • Interior lighting for vehicles.
  • FSC 6230: Electric Portable and Hand Lighting Equipment: This class covers portable and hand-held lighting solutions, including:
    • Flashlights, lanterns, and headlamps.
    • Work lights and task lights used for specific applications.
    • Emergency lighting equipment.
  • FSC 6240: Electric Lamps: This class encompasses various electric lamps used in lighting fixtures, including:
    • Incandescent lamps, halogen lamps, and fluorescent lamps.
    • Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and other solid-state lighting sources.
    • Specialty lamps, such as high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps.
  • FSC 6250: Ballasts, Lampholders, and Starters: This class categorizes components used in conjunction with lamps, such as:
    • Ballasts, which regulate the current flow to lamps.
    • Lampholders, which provide physical support and electrical connection for lamps.
    • Starters, used primarily with fluorescent lamps to initiate the lighting process.
  • FSC 6260: Nonelectrical Lighting Fixtures: This class covers lighting fixtures that do not rely on electricity, including:
    • Gas lanterns and oil lamps.
    • Solar-powered lighting fixtures.
    • Decorative and novelty lighting fixtures.

Benefits of Standardization:

The use of NSG 62 offers several significant advantages:

  • Standardization: It establishes a common language within the global lighting industry, facilitating communication and collaboration between manufacturers, distributors, and end users across different countries and organizations.
  • Efficient Procurement: Utilizing standardized classifications enables businesses to efficiently search for and procure specific lighting products based on their NSG and FSC classifications, streamlining the procurement process and ensuring compatibility with existing systems.
  • Improved Data Sharing: NSG 62 fosters standardized data exchange, making it easier to share information about lighting products across different entities. This promotes transparency and collaboration within the industry, contributing to advancements in lighting technology and energy efficiency.

Beyond the Classification:

It's important to note that NSG 62 primarily focuses on the classification of lighting products themselves. Regulatory requirements and safety certifications for lighting products may vary depending on the specific application and local regulations. Always refer to relevant safety standards and regulations when selecting and installing lighting equipment.

In conclusion, NATO Supply Group 62 plays a crucial role in the global lighting industry by providing a standardized classification system for various lighting fixtures and lamps. This system facilitates efficient communication, procurement, and data sharing, ultimately contributing to the development and implementation of innovative and sustainable lighting solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Federal Supply Group 62 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Federal Supply Group 62

What is Federal Supply Group 62?
FSG 62 is the Federal Supply Group (formally known as NATO Supply Classification Group NSG 62) in the USA for supply items codified in the category of Lighting Fixtures and Lamps.
What is NATO Supply Classification Group 62?
NSG 62 is the NATO Supply Classification Group (also known as Federal Supply Group FSG 62 in the USA) for supply items codified in the category of Lighting Fixtures and Lamps.
Which Federal Supply Classes are in FSG 62?
FSG 62 contains the following Federal Supply Classes (FSC) (formally known as NATO Supply Classification Class [NSC]): 6220, 6260, 6210, 6230, 6240, 6250
Which NATO Supply Classification Classes are in NSG 62?
NSG 62 contains the following NATO Supply Classification Classes (NSC) (also known as Federal Supply Class [FSC] in the USA): 6220, 6260, 6210, 6230, 6240, 6250
When did the transition from Federal Supply Groups (FSG) to NATO Supply Groups (NSG) occur?
The transition from Federal Supply Groups (FSG) to NATO Supply Groups (NSG) occurred on January 1, 1997. This change was implemented to align the classification and coding systems used by NATO member countries for military supplies and equipment. Federal Supply Groups (FSG) are now obsolete.

Top 20 Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 62 Top 20 Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 62

What is a Panel Light? 2489 Items
A Panel Light (LIGHT,PANEL) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on, near, or through a panel, switchboard, bulletin board, cowl, dashboard, and the like, and specifically designed to provide direct or indirect illumination thereon. It must include a shade, reflector, or other special device to direct illumination or to provide for the direction of illumination through the inherent design of the item, as in lights for edge lighted panels. It may include filters, dimming features, switches, and/or flexible gooseneck. For aircraft installed items prviding illumination for map reading or general utility illumination, in addition to panel illumination, see LIGHT (1), COCKPIT, AIRCRAFT. For items conforming to this basic definition with the additional feature of providing illuminated indication of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which it is inserted, see LIGHT (1), INDICATOR.
What is an Indicator Light? 37266 Items
An Indicator Light (LIGHT,INDICATOR) is a light, with mounting facilities furnished, designed to convey information of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which inserted. Must include or provide for the use of a lens as a part of it. For items without a lens, see LAMPHOLDER, and also see LIGHT (1), PANEL.
What is a Marine Navigational Light? 2161 Items
A Marine Navigational Light (LIGHT,NAVIGATIONAL,MARINE) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on a marine craft to indicate its position in motion or at rest, its speed and/or its direction of travel.
What is an Electric Floodlight? 2244 Items
An Electric Floodlight (FLOODLIGHT,ELECTRIC) is an item which conforms to Light (1), and is designed to project a broad beam of light for relatively even illumination over a wide area. It must include reflector(s) and mounting facilities and may include accessories. Excludes items which can be adjusted to function as a SEARCHLIGHT or a SPOTLIGHT. See also SEARCHLIGHT; SPOTLIGHT and LIGHT, PHOTOGRAPHIC.
What is an Indicator Light Assembly? 2423 Items
An Indicator Light Assembly (LIGHT ASSEMBLY,INDICATOR) is an item designed to convey information of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which inserted. Consists of two or more LIGHT, INDICATOR.
What is a Dome Light? 1981 Items
A Dome Light (LIGHT,DOME) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on the interior overhead area of a ground or air vehicle or a marine craft to provide general illumination of the interior. See also FIXTURE, LIGHTING.
What is an Aircraft Navigational Light? 2058 Items
An Aircraft Navigational Light (LIGHT,NAVIGATIONAL,AIRCRAFT) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on an aircraft to indicate its position in motion or at rest and/or its direction of travel.
What is a Headlight? 2842 Items
A Headlight is an item conforming to LIGHT (1) which, when installed on a vehicle, projects a forward-focused beam of light to a limited area and facilitates operation during periods of darkness. The item must include provisions for mounting on a vehicle. Excludes LAMP (as modified).
What is a Light Lens? 41630 Items
A Light Lens (LENS,LIGHT) is a transparent or translucent item designed to enclose or be placed in front of a light source. Sections of the lens may be opaque. It may or may not include a holder. It is designed to be either a replacement unit for a specific type of light, such as LIGHT, INDICATOR&#59; LIGHT, NAVIGATIONAL, MARINE&#59; STOP LIGHT, VEHICULAR&#59; and LANTERN, ELECTRIC or that portion of a SWITCH, (as modified) used as an actuator and having provisions for illumination. See also, WINDOW, LIGHTING FIXTURE&#59; GLOBE&#59; ELECTRIC LIGHT&#59; and FILTER (2), (as modified).
What is a Warning Light? 2179 Items
A Warning Light (LIGHT,WARNING) is a light designed to be permanently or temporarily mounted or positioned on or near a movable/immovable object or obstruction to alert personnel of a dangerous, hazardous, or unusual condition or situation by automatically producing either repeated flashes of light or by rotation or oscillation of a light source. Excludes items with integral siren.
What is a Light Transmitting Indicating Panel? 8793 Items
A Light Transmitting Indicating Panel (PANEL,INDICATING,LIGHT TRANSMITTING) is an item composed of a coated transparent or partly transparent/partly opaque materiels, engraved with letters, words and/or symbols, designed to allow light to be transmitted through the engraving(s) for indicating purposes. It may have an electrical lighting circuit either on a removable printed circuit board or embedded within the panel. The circuit may have removable or nonremovable electroluminescent and/or incandescent lamps for lighting. Dials and/or switches may be included. Excludes DISPLAY, OPTELECTRONIC. See also INDICATOR (as modified), and LIGHT (1), INDICATOR
What is a Marine Navigational Light? 2161 Items
A Marine Navigational Light (LIGHT,NAVIGATIONAL,MARINE) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on a marine craft to indicate its position in motion or at rest, its speed and/or its direction of travel.
What is a Panel Light? 2489 Items
A Panel Light (LIGHT,PANEL) is a light specifically designed to be mounted on, near, or through a panel, switchboard, bulletin board, cowl, dashboard, and the like, and specifically designed to provide direct or indirect illumination thereon. It must include a shade, reflector, or other special device to direct illumination or to provide for the direction of illumination through the inherent design of the item, as in lights for edge lighted panels. It may include filters, dimming features, switches, and/or flexible gooseneck. For aircraft installed items prviding illumination for map reading or general utility illumination, in addition to panel illumination, see LIGHT (1), COCKPIT, AIRCRAFT. For items conforming to this basic definition with the additional feature of providing illuminated indication of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which it is inserted, see LIGHT (1), INDICATOR.
What is an Indicator Light? 37266 Items
An Indicator Light (LIGHT,INDICATOR) is a light, with mounting facilities furnished, designed to convey information of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which inserted. Must include or provide for the use of a lens as a part of it. For items without a lens, see LAMPHOLDER, and also see LIGHT (1), PANEL.
What is a Lighting Fixture? 7462 Items
A Lighting Fixture (FIXTURE,LIGHTING) is an item consisting of one or more lampholder(s) or other electrical connection, designed to provide general illumination. May include a shade, light window, switch and the like. Do not use if a more specific item name exists,such as LIGHT (as modified).
What is an Electric Floodlight? 2244 Items
An Electric Floodlight (FLOODLIGHT,ELECTRIC) is an item which conforms to Light (1), and is designed to project a broad beam of light for relatively even illumination over a wide area. It must include reflector(s) and mounting facilities and may include accessories. Excludes items which can be adjusted to function as a SEARCHLIGHT or a SPOTLIGHT. See also SEARCHLIGHT; SPOTLIGHT and LIGHT, PHOTOGRAPHIC.
What is an Indicator Light Assembly? 2423 Items
An Indicator Light Assembly (LIGHT ASSEMBLY,INDICATOR) is an item designed to convey information of a specific nature concerning the circuit in which inserted. Consists of two or more LIGHT, INDICATOR.
What is a Light Lens? 41630 Items
A Light Lens (LENS,LIGHT) is a transparent or translucent item designed to enclose or be placed in front of a light source. Sections of the lens may be opaque. It may or may not include a holder. It is designed to be either a replacement unit for a specific type of light, such as LIGHT, INDICATOR&#59; LIGHT, NAVIGATIONAL, MARINE&#59; STOP LIGHT, VEHICULAR&#59; and LANTERN, ELECTRIC or that portion of a SWITCH, (as modified) used as an actuator and having provisions for illumination. See also, WINDOW, LIGHTING FIXTURE&#59; GLOBE&#59; ELECTRIC LIGHT&#59; and FILTER (2), (as modified).
What is a Warning Light? 2179 Items
A Warning Light (LIGHT,WARNING) is a light designed to be permanently or temporarily mounted or positioned on or near a movable/immovable object or obstruction to alert personnel of a dangerous, hazardous, or unusual condition or situation by automatically producing either repeated flashes of light or by rotation or oscillation of a light source. Excludes items with integral siren.
What is a Light Transmitting Indicating Panel? 8793 Items
A Light Transmitting Indicating Panel (PANEL,INDICATING,LIGHT TRANSMITTING) is an item composed of a coated transparent or partly transparent/partly opaque materiels, engraved with letters, words and/or symbols, designed to allow light to be transmitted through the engraving(s) for indicating purposes. It may have an electrical lighting circuit either on a removable printed circuit board or embedded within the panel. The circuit may have removable or nonremovable electroluminescent and/or incandescent lamps for lighting. Dials and/or switches may be included. Excludes DISPLAY, OPTELECTRONIC. See also INDICATOR (as modified), and LIGHT (1), INDICATOR
What is an Electric Floodlight? 2244 Items
An Electric Floodlight (FLOODLIGHT,ELECTRIC) is an item which conforms to Light (1), and is designed to project a broad beam of light for relatively even illumination over a wide area. It must include reflector(s) and mounting facilities and may include accessories. Excludes items which can be adjusted to function as a SEARCHLIGHT or a SPOTLIGHT. See also SEARCHLIGHT; SPOTLIGHT and LIGHT, PHOTOGRAPHIC.
What is a Flashlight? 2175 Items
A Flashlight is an item which conforms to Light (1), with integral battery container or integral source of power, designed to be normally held in the hand or attached to a weapon to project a beam of light. Does not include an integral handle, but may include a means of carrying such as a clip, ring, or strap. The lens and/or reflecting surface may be part of the lamp. For items designed to be attached to a person in distress, see LIGHT, MARKER, DISTRESS.
What is an Incandescent Lamp? 28254 Items
An Incandescent Lamp (LAMP,INCANDESCENT) is an item whose principal purpose is to produce light from a glowing filament(s). It includes metal backed and reflecting types, seal beam and flood types. It may include an integral filament shield to control and/or modify its illumination pattern.
What is a Fluorescent Lamp? 4306 Items
A Fluorescent Lamp (LAMP,FLUORESCENT) is an item which produces light due to an ionized gas activating a fluorescent coating.
What is a Lamp Ballast? 1995 Items
A Lamp Ballast (BALLAST,LAMP) is an item specifically designed for use with fluorescent or mercury vapor lamps and starters to provide a high starting voltage for striking the arc and to stabilize the operating impedance of the circuit in order to maintain the operating current at a steady value.
What is a Lampholder? 6368 Items
A Lampholder is an electric fitting primarily designed to electrically and mechanically accommodate a lamp. It may include an integral switch, transformer, or dropping resistor, provided these items control the lamp only. It does not include a shade, lens, reflector, or other item for modifying illumination. For items designed to mount on a CONDUIT OUTLET, or JUNCTION BOX; see FIXTURE, LIGHTING.

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