(I) LAMPS AND LIGHTING FITTINGS,
NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED OR INCLUDED
Lamps and lighting fittings of this group can be constituted of any material (excluding those materials described in Note 1 to Chapter 71) and use any source of light (candles, oil, petrol, paraffin (or kerosene), gas, acetylene, electricity, etc.). Electrical lamps and lighting fittings of this heading may be equipped with lamp-holders, switches, flex and plugs, transformers, etc., or, as in the case of fluorescent strip fixtures, a starter or a ballast.
This heading covers in particular:
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(2) Lamps for exterior lighting, e.g.: street lamps; porch and gate lamps; special illumination lamps for public buildings, monuments, parks.
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The heading also covers identifiable parts of lamps and lighting fittings, illuminated signs, illuminated name-plates and the like, not more specifically covered elsewhere, e.g., :
(1) Suspension assemblies (rigid or chain type) for lighting pendants.
(2) Globe holders.
(3) Bases, handles and cases for hand lamps.
(4) Burners for lamps; mantle holders.
(5) Lantern frames.
(7) Lamp glasses or chimneys (bottle-necked, etc.).
(8) Small cylinders of thick glass for miner’s safety lamps.
(9) Diffusers (including alabaster diffusers).
(10) Bowls, cups, shades (including skeleton wire frames for making lampshades), globes and similar articles.
(11) Chandelier trimmings, such as balls, pear-shaped drops, flower-shaped pieces, pendants, small plates and the like, identifiable by their size or their fixing or fastening devices.
Non-electrical parts of articles of this heading, combined with electrical parts, remain classified here. Separately presented electrical fittings (e.g., switches, lamp holders, flex, plugs, transformers, starters, ballasts) are excluded (Chapter 85).
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