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Test case verdicts
Test case does not apply to the test object .................. : N(.A.)
Test item does meet the requirement........................... : P(ass)
Test item does not meet the requirement .................... : F(ail)
Testing
Date of receipt of test item ........................................... : March, 2006
Date(s) of performance of test………………………:
March, 2006 – April, 2006
General remarks
This report is not valid as a CB Test Report unless signed by an approved CB Testing Laboratory and
appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by a NCB, in accordance with IECEE 02.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of the testing laboratory.
The test results presented in this report relate only to the item(s) tested.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
“(see remark #)” refers to a remark appended to the report.
“(see Annex #) refers to an annex appended to the report.
Throughout this report a point or comma is used as the decimal separator.
Countries:
Austria, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Republic of
Korea, Malaysia, The Netherlands, Poland, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden,
Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Factories:
1) Tech-Yeh (Shanghai) Computer Co., Ltd.
No.4, Lane 58, Sanzhuang Road, Songjiang Export Processing Zone, Shanghai 201613, P. R. China
2) Flextronics International kft.
Ikervari u. 42, Sarvar 9600, Hungary
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Comments:
The equipment models VWE6XXXXXXXX and AT2605XXXXXXXX (X = any alphanumeric character for
marketing purpose) are 26” LCD TV monitor for the use in the scope of IEC 60065.
All models are identical to each other except for model designation and trademark.
The internal building-in switching power supply and LCD module with DC/AC inverter are CB approved
component by TÜV Rheinland and evaluated according to standard IEC 60065: 2001. See appended table 14
for details.
The power supply cord set was not evaluated together with the apparatus. A suitable certified power supply
cord set has to be added in the country where the apparatus is sold.
The unit was evaluated for a 40°C maximum ambient operating temperature.
The test samples were pre-production sample without serial numbers.
Summary of Testing and Conclusions
The sample(s) tested complies with the requirements of IEC/EN 60065:2002. Compliance with European
Special National Conditions, Annex ZB, and A – Deviations, Annex ZC, is recorded at the end of this report.
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
3
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
P
Safety class of the apparatus ................................. : Class I apparatus.
P
4
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF TESTS
P
4.1.4
Ventilation instructions require the use of the test
box
5
MARKING
5.1
Result - Remark
The equipment was test on
bench. Not used the test box.
Verdict
N
P
Comprehensible and easily discernible
Compliance checked.
P
Permanent durability against water and petroleum
spirit
After rubbing test by water and
petroleum spirit, the label still
easily discernible, indelible and
legible.
P
Identification, maker, model ................................... : Maker:
P
1)
2)
Model:
1) VWE6XXXXXXXX (X=
Blank or any alphanumeric
character)
2) AT2605XXXXXXXX (X=
Blank or any alphanumeric
character)
Class II symbol if applicable
5.2
Class I equipment.
N
Rated supply voltage and symbol .......................... : 100-240V~
P
Frequency if safety dependant
P
50-60Hz
Rated current or power consumption ..................... : 1.57A, 157W
P
Earth terminal
Approved appliance inlet used.
Terminal for protective earthing
conductors with symbol no.
5019 according to IEC 604172.
P
Hazardous live terminals
No such terminals.
N
Supply output terminals (other than mains)
No supply output terminals.
N
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
5.3
Use of triangle with exclamation mark
Provided in approved SPS and
panel with inverter.
P
5.4
Instructions for use
User’s manual provided in
English language. Version of
other languages will be
provided when national
approval.
P
5.4.1
Mains powered equipment not exposed to dripping State on the User manual.
or splashing. Warning concerning objects filled with
liquid, etc.
P
Hazardous live terminals, instructions for wiring
No hazardous live terminals.
N
Instructions for replacing lithium battery
No lithium batteries used.
N
Instructions for modem if fitted
No modem used.
N
Class I earth connection warning
Stated in user’s manual.
P
Instructions for multimedia system connection
Stated in user’s manual.
P
Special stability warning for fixed installation
5.4.2
Verdict
N
Disconnect device: plug/coupler or all-pole mains
switch location, accessibility and markings
Applicance inlet was provided
and remain readily operable.
P
Instructions for permanently connected equipment
Not permanently connected
equipment.
N
6
HAZARDOUS RADIATION
6.1
Ionizing radiation < 36 pA/kg (0,5 mR/h)
No CRT used.
N
6.1
European Council Directive 96/29/Euratom of 13
May 1996 10cm from outer surface of apparatus
<1µSv/h (0,1mR/h)
Ditto.
N
EN 60065
6.2
N
Laser radiation, emission limits to IEC 60825-1 ..... : No laser.
N
Emission limits under fault conditions .................... : Ditto.
N
7
HEATING UNDER NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS
P
7.1
Temperature rises not exceeding specified values,
no operation of fuse links
(See appended table)
P
7.1.1
Temperature rise of accessible parts
(See appended table)
P
7.1.2
Temperature rise of parts providing electrical
insulation
(See appended table)
P
7.1.3
Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or as (See appended table)
a mechanical barrier
P
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
7.1.4
Temperature rise of windings
(See appended table)
P
7.1.5
Parts not subject to a limit under 7.1.1 to 7.1.4
(See appended table)
P
7.2
Softening temperature of insulating material
supporting parts conductively connected to the
o
mains carrying a current > 0,2 A at least 150 C
In approved SPS unit.
P
8
CONSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS WITH REGARD TO THE PROTECTION
AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
P
8.1
Conductive parts covered by lacquer, paper,
untreated textile oxide films and beads etc.
considered to be bare
Considered.
P
8.2
No shock hazard when changing voltage setting
device, fuse-links or handling drawers etc.
Full supply voltage range
design. No fuse-link replaced
and drawers handled while
operation by hand.
N
8.3
Insulation of hazardous live parts not provided by
hygroscopic material
The apparatus was subject of
humidity treatment for 168
hours at R.H of 95% at 40°C.
For test voltages after the test
refer to appended table 10.3.
P
8.4
No risk of electric shock following the removal of a
cover which can be removed by hand
Remote controller cover 3.0V,
no hazard.
P
8.5
Class I equipment
See below.
P
Basic insulation between hazardous live parts and
earthed accessible parts
Hazardous live parts to earthed
parts are separated by basic
insulation.
P
Resistors bridging basic insulation complying with
14.2.1 a)
No such resistor.
N
Class II equipment and Class II constructions
within Class I equipment
See below.
P
8.6
Verdict
Reinforced or double insulation between hazardous Hazardous live parts to
live parts and accessible parts
accessible parts are separated
by either reinforced or double
insulation.
P
Components bridging reinforced or double
insulation complying with 14.1 a) or 14.3
In approved SPS.
P
Basic and supplementary insulation each being
bridged by a capacitor complying with 14.2.1 a)
In approved SPS.
P
Reinforced or double insulation being bridged with
2 capacitors in series complying with 14.2.1 a)
N
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
8.7
8.8
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Reinforced or double insulation being bridged with
a single capacitor complying with 14.2.1 b)
In approved SPS.
P
Basic insulation bridged by components complying
with 14.3.4.3
No such components.
N
Basic insulation between parts at 35 V to 71 V
(peak) a.c. or 60 V to 120 V d.c. and accessible
parts
See below.
P
Reinforced or double insulation between circuits
operating at voltages between 35 V and 71 V
(peak) a.c. or between 60 V and 120 V d.c. and
hazardous live parts at higher voltage
See 8.6.
P
Separation by Class II isolating transformer
In approved SPS.
P
Separation by Class I transformer
N
Separation by earthed conductive part
N
Basic or supplementary insulation > 0,4 mm (mm) : In approved SPS.
P
Reinforced insulation > 0,4 mm (mm) .................... :
N
Thin sheet insulation
In approved SPS.
P
Basic or supplementary insulation, at least two
layers, each meeting 10.3
In approved SPS.
P
Basic or supplementary insulation, three layers any
two of which meet 10.3
N
Reinforced insulation, two layers each of which
meet 10.3
N
Reinforced insulation, three layers any two which
meet 10.3
In approved SPS.
P
Adequate insulation between internal hazardous
live conductors and accessible parts
All hazardous live parts are
cover by internal metal
earthed enclosure. All internal
wires are UL recognized wiring
which is PVC insulated, rated
VW-1, min. 80°C.
P
Adequate insulation between internal hazardous
live parts and conductors connected to accessible
parts
All internal hazardous live part
is separated by double or
reinforced insulation from these
conductors.
P
8.10
Double insulation between conductors connected
to the mains and accessible parts
Class I equipment.
N
8.11
Detaching of wires
No wire could be become
detached.
P
8.9
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
No undue reduction of creepages or clearance
distances if wires become detached
Conductors with mechanical
securing and quick connection.
Verdict
P
Vibration test carried out ......................................... : See 12.1.2.
P
8.12
Adequate cross-sectional area of internal wiring to
mains socket-outlets
No mains socket outlet.
N
8.13
Adequate fastening of windows, lenses, lamp
covers etc. (pull test 20 N for 10 s)
No windows, lenses, lamp
covers etc.
N
8.14
Adequate fastening of covers (pull test 50 N for
10 s)
Secured by screws.
P
8.15
No risk of damage to the insulation of internal
wiring due to hot parts or sharp edges
The internal wiring does not
touch hot parts or sharp edges
that may damage its insulation
and cause hazard.
P
8.16
Only special supply equipment can be used
Supply from mains only.
N
8.17
Insulated winding wire without additional
interleaved insulation
In approved SPS.
P
8.18
Endurance test as required by 8.17
8.19
Disconnection from the mains
See below.
P
8.19.1
Disconnect device
Appliance inlet used.
P
N
All-pole switch or circuit breaker with >3mm contact Ditto.
separation
N
8.19.2
Mains switch ON indication
P
8.20
Switch not fitted in the mains cord
P
8.21
Bridging components comply with clause 14
N
9
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD UNDER NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS
P
9.1
Testing on the outside
P
9.1.1
For voltages >1000 V ac or >1500 V dc complies
with clause 13.3.1 for basic insulation
9.1.1.1
Touch current measured from terminal devices
The touch current was
using the network in annex D ................................. : measured at output
connectors, inverter output
connectors and plastic
enclosure were conducted with
the results in appended table
9.1.1.
Compliance in approved SPS.
See 9.1.1.2.
P
P
The measuring network
according to annex D.
Discharge not exceeding 45 µC
Less than 45 µC.
P
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Energy of discharge not exceeding 350 mJ
Verdict
N
9.1.1.2
Test with test finger and test probe
No access with test finger to
any hazardous live parts. Test
probe 13 of IEC 61032 cannot
touch hazardous voltage
through any openings in the
whole enclosure.
P
9.1.2
No hazardous live shafts of knobs, handles or
levers
No possible to be hazardous.
Complied.
P
9.1.3
Ventilation holes tested by means of
4 mm x 100 mm test pin
No access to any parts at
hazardous voltage.
P
9.1.4
Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 20 mm test
pin (10 N); test probe D of IEC 61032
No access to any parts at
hazardous voltage.
P
Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 100 mm
straight wire (1 N); test probe D of IEC 61032
No access to any parts at
hazardous voltage.
P
9.1.5
Pre-set controls tested with 2 mm x 100 mm test
pin (10 N); test probe C of IEC 61032
No pre-set controls used.
N
9.1.6
Evaluated during SPS
No shock hazard due to stored charge on
withdrawal of the mains plug; voltage (V) after 2 s : approval.
P
If C is not greater than 0,1 µF no test needed
N
9.1.7
Enclosure sufficiently resistant to external force
See below.
P
Test probe 11 of IEC 61032 for 10 s (50 N)
No damage to the enclosure.
P
Test hook of fig. 4 for 10 s (20 N)
No damage to the enclosure.
P
30 mm diameter test tool for 5 s (100 or 250 N) .... : 250 N applied.
P
9.2
No hazard after removing a cover by hand
P
10
INSULATION REQUIREMENTS
P
10.1
Insulation resistance (MΩ) at least 2 MΩ min. after See appended table 10.3.
surge test for basic and 4 MΩ min. for reinforced
insulation ................................................................. :
P
10.2
Humidity treatment 48 h or 120 h ........................... : At 40°C, R.H. 95% for 168
hours.
P
10.3
Insulation resistance and dielectric strength
P
Remote controller cover 3.0V,
no hazard.
Refer to appended table 10.3.
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
11
FAULT CONDITIONS
11.1
No shock hazard under fault condition
Evaluation during SPS and
DC/AC inverter approval. Refer
to appended table 11.1 for
blocked opening test.
P
11.2
Heating under fault condition
No fire hazards, no excessive
temperatures.
P
No hazard from softening solder
No solder point became soft.
P
11.2.1
Measurement of temperature rises
(See appended table)
P
11.2.2
Temperature rise of accessible parts
(See appended table)
P
11.2.3
Temperature rise of parts, other than windings,
providing electrical insulation
(See appended table)
P
Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB)
exceeding the limits of table 3 by max. 100 K for
max. 5 min
Temperatures were not
exceeded.
N
a) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB) Temperatures were not
to 20.1.3, exceeding the limits of table 3 by not
exceeded.
more than 100 K for an area not greater than 2 cm²
N
b) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB) Temperatures were not
to 20.1.3 up to 300 K for an area not greater than
exceeded.
2 cm² for a maximum of 5 min
N
Meets all the special conditions if conductors on
printed circuit boards are interrupted
N
P
Class I protective earthing maintained
No loose.
P
11.2.4
Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or
mechanical barrier
(See appended table)
P
11.2.5
Temperature rise of windings
(See appended table)
P
11.2.6
Temperature rise of parts not subject to the limits
of 11.2.1 to 11.2.5
(See appended table)
P
12
MECHANICAL STRENGTH
12.1.1
Bump test where mass >7 kg
No damage.
P
12.1.2
Vibration test
Compliance checked.
P
12.1.3
Impact hammer test
No damage to the apparatus
after the impact test.
P
Steel ball test
No damage to the apparatus
after the steel ball test.
P
P
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
12.1.4
Drop test for portable apparatus where mass < 7
kg
Apparatus is exceeded 7kg.
N
12.1.5
Thermoplastic enclosures strain relief test
After the test at temperature of
70°C, no shrinkage, distortion
or loosening of any enclosure
part was noticeable on the
apparatus for enclosure
material.
P
12.2
Fixing of knobs, push buttons, keys and levers
No damage within the meaning
of this standard.
P
12.3
Remote controls with hazardous live parts
No hazardous live parts were
contained in remote controls.
N
12.4
Drawers (pull test 50 N, 10 s)
No drawers.
N
12.5
Antenna coaxial sockets providing isolation
Complied.
P
12.6
Telescoping or rod antennas construction
No telescoping or rod
antennas.
N
12.6.1
Telescoping or rod antennas securement
Ditto.
N
13
CLEARANCE AND CREEPAGE DISTANCES
13.1
Clearances in accordance with 13.3
See 13.3.
P
Creepage distances in accordance with 13.4
See 13.4.
P
13.2
Determination of operating voltage
Done in approved SPS.
P
13.3
Clearances
See below.
P
13.3.2
Circuits conductively connected to the mains
comply with table 8 and, where applicable, table 9
In approved SPS.
P
13.3.3
Circuits not conductively connected to the mains
comply with table 10
In approved SPS. For sustain,
see appended table.
P
13.4
Creepage distances
See appended table.
P
Creepage distances greater than table 11 minima
Considered.
P
13.5
Printed boards
Not applied for.
N
13.5.1
Clearances and creepage distances between
conductors on printed circuit boards, one of which
may be conductively connected to the mains, as in
fig. 10
Ditto.
N
13.5.2
Type B coated printed circuit boards complying with Ditto.
IEC 60664-3 (basic insulation only)
N
P
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
13.6
Conductive parts along uncemented joints
clearances and creepage distances comply with
13.3 and 13.4
No such components.
N
Conductive parts along reliably cemented joints
comply with 8.8
Ditto.
N
13.7
Enclosed, enveloped or hermetically sealed parts:
not conductively connected to the mains:
clearances and creepage distances as in table 12
Not such a construction.
N
13.8
Parts filled with insulating compound, meeting the
requirements of 8.8
Photo couplers used in SPS
are approved components.
P
14
COMPONENTS
P
14.1
Resistors
N
14.2
Verdict
a) Resistors between hazardous live parts and
accessible metal parts
No such resistors used.
N
b) Resistors, other than between hazardous live
parts and accessible parts
Ditto.
N
b) Resistors separately approved ........................... : Ditto.
N
Capacitors and RC units
In approved SPS.
P
Capacitors separately approved
Yes.
P
nd
P
14.2.1
Y capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14, 2 edition ... : The subclass Y2 capacitors
which used between hazardous
live and PE were approved
according to IEC 6038414:1993. In approved SPS.
14.2.2
X capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14, 2 edition ... : The X capacitors which
conductively connected
between the mains were
approved according to IEC
60384-14:1993. In approved
SPS.
nd
P
14.2.3
Capacitors operating at mains frequency but not
No such capacitors used.
connected to the mains: tests for X2 ...................... :
N
14.2.5
Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm³,
In approved SPS.
where short-circuit current exceeds 0,2 A:
compliance with IEC60384-1, 4.38 category B or
better ....................................................................... :
P
Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm³,
Ditto.
mounted closer to a potential ignition source than
table 5 permits: compliance with IEC 60 384-1,
4.38 category B or better ........................................ :
P
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
14.3
14.3.1
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Shielded by a barrier to V-0 or metal ...................... : Electrolytic can type capacitor
is having a metal case.
P
Inductors and windings
P
In approved SPS and DC/AC
inverter.
Comply with IEC 61558-1, IEC 61558-2
(as relevant) and clause 20.1.4
N
Transformers and inductors marked with
In approved SPS and DC/AC
manufacturer's name and type ............................... : inverter.
P
Transformers and inductors separately approved . :
N
14.3.2
General
Isolation transformer used in
approved SPS.
P
14.3.3
Constructional requirements
Ditto.
P
14.3.3.1
Clearances and creepage distances comply with
clause 13
Ditto.
P
14.3.3.2
Transformers meet the constructional
requirements
Ditto.
P
14.3.4.1
Class II transformers have adequate separation
between hazardous live parts and accessible parts
(double or reinforced insulation)
N
Coil formers and partition walls > 0,4 mm
N
14.3.4.2
Class I transformers, with basic insulation and
protective screening only if all 7 conditions of
14.3.4.2 are met
Class II transformer. Used in
approved SPS.
N
14.3.4.3
Separating transformers with at least basic
insulation
No separating transformer.
N
14.3.5.1
Class II transformers have adequate insulation
between hazardous live parts and accessible parts
(double or reinforced insulation)
In approved SPS.
P
Coil formers and partition walls > 0,4 mm
Ditto.
P
Class I transformers have adequate insulation
between hazardous live parts and accessible
conductive parts or those conductive parts or
protective screens connected to a protective earth
terminal
Class II transformer used in
approved SPS.
N
Winding wires connected to protective earth have
adequate current-carrying capacity
Ditto.
N
High voltage components
No component operating at
voltage exceeding 4kV.
N
High-voltage components and assemblies:
U > 4 kV (peak) separately approved
Ditto.
N
14.3.5.2
14.4
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Component meets category V-1 of IEC 60707
Ditto.
N
14.4.1
High voltage transformers and multipliers tested as Ditto.
part of the submission
N
14.4.2
High voltage assemblies and other parts tested as
part of the submission
Ditto.
N
14.5
Protective devices
In approved SPS.
P
Protective devices used within their ratings
See 14.5.2.1.
P
14.5.1.1
14.5.1.2
Verdict
External clearances and creepage distances meet In approved SPS.
requirement of clause 13 for the voltage across the
device when opened
P
a) Thermal cut-outs separately approved
No thermal cut-outs used.
N
b) Thermal cut-outs tested as part of the
submission
Ditto.
N
a) Thermal links separately approved
No thermal links used.
N
b) Thermal links tested as part of the submission
Ditto.
N
14.5.1.3
Thermal devices re-settable by soldering
14.5.2.1
Fuse-links in the mains circuit according to IEC
60127
14.5.2.2
Correct marking of fuse-links adjacent to holder ... : Ditto.
P
14.5.2.3
Not possible to connect fuses in parallel ................ : No fuse holder.
N
14.5.2.4
Not possible to touch hazardous live parts when
Only one fuse-link is provided
replacing fuse-links without the use of a tool ......... : in approved SPS.
N
14.5.3
PTC-S thermistors comply with IEC 60730-1
No such component used.
N
PTC-S devices (15 W) category V-1 or better
Ditto.
N
N
In approved SPS.
P
14.5.4
Circuit protectors have adequate breaking capacity No such components.
and their position is correctly marked
N
14.6
Switches
P
14.6.1 a)
Separate testing to IEC 61058 including:
In approved SPS.
N
10 000 operations
Normal pollution suitability
Resistance to heat and fire level 3
and
V-0 compliance with annex G, G.1.1
14.6.1 b)
Tested in the apparatus:
N
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IEC/EN 60065
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Switch controlling > 0.2A with open contact voltage
> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3,
14.6.4 and V-0 in annex G, G.1.1
N
Switch controlling > 0.2A with open contact voltage
< 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3 and V0 in annex G, G.1.1
N
Switch controlling < 0.2A with open contact voltage
> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.4 and
V-0 in annex G, G.1.1
N
14.6.2
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) constructed to IEC
61058-1 subclause 13.1 and has making/breaking
action independent of speed of actuation
Approved switches are used.
N
14.6.3
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) compliant with IEC
61058-1 subclause 16.2.2 d) and m) not attaining
excessive temperatures in use
Ditto.
N
14.6.4
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) has adequate dielectric
strength
Ditto.
N
14.6.5
Mains switch controlling mains socket outlets
additional tests to IEC 60058-1
No mains socket outlets.
N
Socket outlet current marking correct
14.7
Safety interlocks
N
No safety interlocks.
Safety interlocks to 2.8 of IEC 60950
14.8
Voltage setting devices
N
N
No voltage setting devices.
Voltage setting device not likely to be changed
accidentally
N
N
14.9
Motors
No motor provided.
14.9.1
Endurance test on motors
N
Motor start test
N
Dielectric strength test
N
14.9.2
Not adversely affected by oil or grease etc.
N
14.9.3
Protection against moving parts
N
14.9.4
Motors with phase-shifting capacitors, three-phase
motors and series motors meet clause. B.8, B.9
and B.10 of IEC 60950, Annex B
N
14.10
Batteries
See below.
P
14.10.1
Batteries mounted with no risk of accumulation of
flammable gases
2 “AAA” non-rechargeable
batteries used in remote
controller.
P
N
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Result - Remark
14.10.2
No possibility of recharging non-rechargeable
batteries
Compliance checked for nonrechargeable batteries in
remote controller.
14.10.3
Recharging currents and times within
manufacturers limits
N
Lithium batteries discharge and reverse currents
within the manufacturers limits
N
14.10.4
Battery mould stress relief
N
14.10.5
Battery drop test
N
14.11
Optocouplers
In approved SPS.
P
Optocouplers comply with Cl. 8
Ditto.
P
Internal and external dimensions to 13.1. or
alternatively 13.6 (jointed insulation)
Ditto.
P
Surge suppression varistors
In approved SPS.
P
14.12
Verdict
P
Comply with IEC 61051-2
N
Not connected between mains and accessible
parts except for earthed parts of permanently
connected apparatus
N
Complies with the current pulse, fire hazard and
thermal stress requirements of 14.12
N
15
TERMINALS
P
15.1.1
Mains plug, appliance inlet, interconnection
couplers and mains socket-outlet meet the
appropriate standard
15.1.2
Connectors for antenna, earth, audio, video or data:
Appliance inlet used in
approved SPS.
P
P
No risk of insertion in mains socket-outlets
Mismatch of connectors is
prevented by its incompatible
form or location.
P
No risk of insertion into audio or video: outlets
marked with the symbol of 5.2
Mismatch of connectors is
prevented by its incompatible
form or location.
P
15.1.3
Output terminals of a.c. adaptors or similar devices No such output terminal.
not compatible with household mains socketoutlets
N
15.2
Provision for protective earthing
P
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Accessible conductive parts of Class I equipment
reliably connected to earth terminal, within
equipment
Green/yellow wire is connected
from inlet to metal chassis.
Green/Yellow wire is fixed
reliably on the metal chassis
with ring terminal, starwasher
and screw.
Class I supply equipment with non-hazardous live
output voltage: output circuit not connected to earth
Verdict
P
N
Protective earth conductors correctly coloured
Green/yellow wire provided.
P
Equipment with non-detachable mains cord
provided with separate protective earth terminal
near mains input
Appliance inlet used.
N
Protective earth terminal resistant to corrosion
All safety earthing connection
in compliance with annex F.
P
Earth resistance test: < 0,1 Ω at 25 A ................... : See appended table.
P
15.3
Terminals for external flexible cords and for
permanent connection to the mains supply
N
15.3.1
Adequate terminals for connection of permanent
wiring
N
15.3.2
Reliable connection of non-detachable cords:
N
Not soldered to conductors of a printed circuit
board
N
Adequate clearances and creepage distances
between connections should a wire break away
N
Wire secured by additional means to the conductor
N
15.3.3
Screws and nuts clamping conductors have
adequate threads: ISO 261, ISO 262 or similar
N
15.3.4
Soldered conductors wrapped around terminal
prior to soldering or held in place by additional
means
N
Clamping of conductor and insulation if not
soldered or held by screws
N
15.3.5
Terminals allow connection of appropriate crosssectional area of conductors, for the rated current
of the equipment
N
15.3.6
Terminals to 15.3.3 have sizes required by table 16
N
15.3.7
Terminals clamp conductors between metal and
have adequate pressure
N
Terminals designed to avoid conductor slipping out
when tightened or loosened
N
Approved class I appliance
inlet provided.
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Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Terminals adequately fixed to avoid loosening
when the clamping is tightened or loosened and
stress on internal wiring is avoided
N
15.3.8
Terminals carrying a current more than 0,2 A:
contact pressure not transmitted by insulating
material except ceramic
N
15.3.9
Termination of non-detachable cords: wires
terminated near to each other
N
Terminals located and shielded: test with 8 mm
strand
N
15.4
Devices forming a part of the mains plug
15.4.1
No undue strain on mains socket-outlets
N
15.4.2
Device complies with standard for dimensions of
mains plugs
N
15.4.3
Device has adequate mechanical strength (tests
a,b,c)
N
16
EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CORDS
N
16.1
Mains cords sheathed type, complying with
Power supply cord is not
IEC 60227 for PVC or IEC 60245 for synthetic
provided.
rubber cords ............................................................ :
N
Non-detachable cords for Class I have
green/yellow core for protective earth
Apparatus intended for use
with detachable power cord.
N
16.2
Mains cords conductors have adequate crosssectional area for rated current consumption of the
equipment
No power supply cord
provided.
N
16.3
a) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, used for
interconnections between separate units of
equipment used in combination and carrying
hazardous live voltages, have adequate dielectric
strength
N
b) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, withstand
bending and mechanical stress (3.2 of
IEC 60227-2)
N
Flexible cords used for connection between
equipment have adequate cross-sectional areas to
avoid temperature rise under normal and fault
conditions
N
16.4
Appliance inlet used. No power
cord supplied.
N
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Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
16.5
Adequate strain relief on external flexible cords
Detachable power supply cord
is used.
Verdict
N
Not possible to push cord back into equipment
N
Strain relief device unlikely to damage flexible cord
N
For mains cords of Class I equipment, hazardous
live conductors become taut before earth
conductor
N
16.6
Apertures for external flexible cord: no risk of
damage to the cord during assembly or movement
in use
N
16.7
Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers
fitted with detachable cord set with appliance inlet
to IEC 60320-1
The unit is not transportable
apparatus.
N
Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers
fitted with detachable cord sets or with means of
stowage to protect the cord
Ditto.
N
17
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND MECHANICAL FIXINGS
P
17.1
Torque test to table 20:
See below.
P
- screws into metal: 5 times
Metal screw (Ø3.9mm or
Ø2.9mm) for fastening of
internal metal enclosure.
P
- screws into non-metallic material: 10 times
Metal screw (Ø3.9mm or
Ø2.9mm) for fastening of
plastic enclosure.
P
17.2
Correct introduction into female threads in nonmetallic material
No screws into female threads
in non-metallic.
N
17.3
Cover fixing screws: captive
No reduction of clearance or
creepage distance
P
Non-captive fixing screws: no hazard when
replaced by a screw whose length is 10 times its
diameter
No hazard when replaced by a
screw whose length is 10 times
nominal diameter.
P
17.4
No loosening of conductive parts carrying a current All conductive fire parts are
> 0,2 A
fixed on PCB by at least two
soldering points.
P
17.5
Contact pressure not transmitted through plastic
other than ceramic for connections carrying a
current > 0,2 A
N
No contact pressure by screws.
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
17.6
Stranded conductors of flexible supply cords
carrying a current > 0,2 A with screw terminals not
consolidated by solder
No stranded conductors
connected to screw terminals.
N
17.7
Cover fixing devices other than screws have
adequate strength and their positioning is
unambiguous
No cover fixing devices.
N
17.8
Fixing devices for detachable legs or stands
provided
No detachable legs or stands.
N
17.9
Internal pluggable connections, affecting safety,
unlikely to become disconnected
Internal pluggable connections
have mechanical securing.
P
18
MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF PICTURE TUBES AND PROTECTION AGAINST
THE EFFECTS OF IMPLOSION
N
Picture tube separately approved to IEC 61965:
N
No picture tube provided.
Verdict
Picture tube separately approved to 18.1 ................
N
Picture tubes > 16 cm intrinsically protected
N
Non-intrinsically protected tubes > 16 cm used with
protective screen
N
18.2
Intrinsically protected tubes: tests on 12 samples
N
18.2.1
Samples subject to ageing: 6
N
18.2.2
Samples subject to implosion test: 6
N
18.2.3
Samples subject to mechanical strength test (steel
ball): 6
N
18.3
Non-intrinsically protected tubes tested to 18.3
N
19
STABILITY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS
P
Mass of the equipment exceeding 7 kg ................. : Mass of equipment: 15.5 kg
P
Apparatus intended to be fastened in place –
suitable instructions
Apparatus is not intended to be
fastended in place.
N
Complied.
P
18.1
19.1
o
Test on a plane, inclined at 10 to the horizontal
As client’s requirement, the
equipment was placed on a
glass surface and tilt 10°. No
overbalance during the test.
19.2
100 N force applied vertically downwards
19.3
Apparatus mass > 25 kg or height > 1 M or
supplied with cart or stand
Ditto.
P
N
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Result - Remark
Verdict
19.4
Edges or corners not hazardous
Edges or corners are
smoothed.
P
19.5
Glass surfaces with an area exceeding 0,1 m² or
maximum dimension > 450 mm, pass the test of
19.5.1
No glass surfaces.
N
19.6
Wall or ceiling mountings adequate
N
20
RESISTANCE TO FIRE
P
20.1
Electrical components and mechanical parts
P
a) Exemption for components contained in an
enclosure of material V-0 to IEC 60707 with
openings not exceeding 1 mm in width
Not applied.
N
b) Exemption for small components as defined in
20.1
All capacitors smaller than
2
1750mm , IC, transistors and
photo couplers are mounted on
a PCB with V-0 (or better).
P
20.1.1
Electrical components meet the requirements of
Clause 14 or 20.1.4
See sub clause 14 and 20.1.4.
P
20.1.2
Insulation of internal wiring working at voltages
> 4 kV or leaving an internal fire
Internal PVC wiring working at
voltage less then 4 kV.
N
See below.
P
enclosure, not contributing to the spread of fire
20.1.3
20.1.4
Material of printed circuit boards on which the
available power exceeds 15 W at a voltage
between 50 V and 400 V (peak) a.c. or d.c. meets
V-1 or better to IEC60707, unless used in a fire
enclosure
Material of printed circuit boards on which the
PCB with V-0 or better material
available power exceeds 15 W at a voltage >400 V used for power supply.
(peak) a.c. or d.c. meets V-0 to IEC 60707
P
Plastic enclosure material is
rated with flammability class V0.
P
Components and parts not covered by 20.1.1,
20.1.2 and 20.1.3 (other than fire enclosures)
mounted nearer to a potential ignition source than
the distances in Table 21 comply with the relevant
flammability category in Table 21
Components and parts as above but shielded from
a potential ignition source, with the barrier area in
accordance with Table 21 and fig. 13
N
20.2
Fire enclosure
N
20.2.1
Potential ignition sources with open circuit voltage
> 4 kV (peak) a.c. or d.c. contained in a fire
enclosure to V-1
Less than 4 kV.
N
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Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
20.2.2
Internal fire enclosures with openings not
exceeding 1 mm in width and with openings for
wires completely filled
N
20.2.3
Requirements of 20.2.1 and 20.2.2 met by an
internal fire enclosure
N
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
A
APPENDIX A, ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR APPARATUS WITH
PROTECTION AGAINST SPLASHING WATER
N
A.5.1
j) Marked with IPX4 (IEC 60529), 5.4.1 a) does not
apply
N
A.10.2.1
Enclosure provides protection against splashing
water
N
A.10.2.2
Humidity treatment carried out for 7 days
N
B
APPENDIX B, APPARATUS TO BE CONNECTED TO THE
TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 1
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 2
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 3 but with 3.5.4
modified to 2.4.10 of this standard
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 4 but with 4.1.2,
4.1.3 and 4.2.1.2 modified in accordance with
annex B of this standard
N
Complies with IEC 62151 cause 5 but with 5.3.1
modified in accordance with annex B of this
standard
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 6
N
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 7
N
Complies with IEC 62151 annex A, B and C
N
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TABLE: temperature rise measurements
Power consumption in the OFF/Stand-by
P
N/A
N
Position of the functional switch (W) ...................... : N/A
—
Operating conditions
Unit was operated in full white pattern.
Un/ freq.
In (A)
Pn (W)
Pout (W)
Condition: AV mode with AUO panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.40
125.3
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.37
123.0
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.22
121.6
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.22
121.4
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.52
118.3
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.53
117.6
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.50
117.6
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.51
117.1
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.49
117.1
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.50
116.8
--
Condition: VGA mode with AUO panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.41
125.8
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.39
124.9
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.24
122.7
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.24
123.1
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.53
119.8
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.54
119.4
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.50
118.3
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.51
118.9
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.49
117.9
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.50
118.4
--
Condition: Tuner (Analog) mode with AUO panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.53
137.4
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.52
137.2
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.35
134.4
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.35
134.5
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.57
131.1
--
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Operating conditions
240V/ 60Hz
0.58
130.8
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.55
129.7
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.56
139.6
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.53
129.1
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.54
129.3
--
Condition: Tuner (Digital) mode with AUO panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.49
132.0
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.49
132.0
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.32
130.2
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.32
130.2
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.56
128.4
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.57
128.4
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.54
127.9
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.55
127.4
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.52
127.4
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.53
126.9
--
90V/ 50Hz
1.46
131.0
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.48
132.3
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.31
130.4
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.30
129.8
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.54
125.4
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.56
126.3
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.52
125.5
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.53
125.2
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.50
125.0
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.51
124.8
--
Condition: AV mode with QDI panel
Condition: VGA mode with QDI panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.49
133.8
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.49
133.8
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.32
131.2
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.32
131.1
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.55
128.0
--
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Operating conditions
240V/ 60Hz
0.56
127.6
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.52
126.4
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.53
126.2
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.51
125.6
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.52
125.8
--
Condition: Tuner (Analog) mode with QDI panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.61
143.9
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.62
145.7
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.44
143.5
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.43
142.8
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.60
139.0
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.61
139.0
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.57
138.5
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.58
137.8
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.55
137.6
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.56
137.2
--
Condition: Tuner (Digital) mode with QDI panel
90V/ 50Hz
1.46
131.1
--
90V/ 60Hz
1.46
131.4
--
100V/ 50Hz
1.31
130.2
--
100V/ 60Hz
1.31
130.5
--
240V/ 50Hz
0.57
129.7
--
240V/ 60Hz
0.57
128.4
--
254V/ 50Hz
0.53
127.1
--
254V/ 60Hz
0.54
127.1
--
264V/ 50Hz
0.52
125.9
--
264V/ 60Hz
0.53
126.8
--
Loudspeaker impedance (Ω) .................................. : 4Ω x 2
—
Several loudspeaker systems
N/A
N
Marking of loudspeaker terminals
N/A
N
Monitored point:
∆T (K)
Limit ∆T (K)
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Operating conditions
Test voltage
90V/ 50Hz
264V/ 60Hz
--
T2 coil (power)
51.9
45.8
70
T2 core (power)
45.9
40.6
70
T901 coil (power)
34.2
28.7
70
T901 core (power)
36.5
31.2
70
Body of IC504 (power)
32.4
27.1
60
Body of IC14 (power)
39.1
33.6
60
L1 coil (power)
25.7
14.0
90
FL1 coil (power)
24.7
12.1
90
FL3 coil (power)
22.4
10.9
80
L6 coil (power)
39.9
26.8
90
Switch (power)
6.2
4.3
45
Inlet near L (power)
9.8
6.4
30
U3 heatsink (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV: D)
50.2
48.9
65
L11 coil (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV: D)
35.2
33.6
65
PWB near U7 (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV: D)
30.8
29.6
65
U12 heatsink (DA0VW2MB6F REV: F)
40.7
40.0
65
PWB near U2 (DA0VW2MB6F REV: F)
16.0
15.4
65
PWB near U37 (DA0VW2MB6F REV: F)
26.4
25.3
65
L40 coil (DA0VW2MB6F REV: F)
18.1
17.2
65
PWB near U4 (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV: D)
19.6
18.9
65
PWB near U7 (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV: D)
13.5
13.0
65
PL1 body (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV: D)
21.6
20.9
65
PWB near U3 (DAVWE7PI4D5 REV: D)
19.9
18.8
65
T2 coil (inverter)
46.8
45.6
65
T2 core (inverter)
39.5
38.3
65
L1 coil (inverter)
44.7
43.4
65
PWB near IC1 (inverter)
49.2
48.1
65
PWB near U1 (DA0VWETH2C3 REV: C)
20.9
20.4
65
Body of TU1 (DA0VWETH2C3 REV: C)
15.0
14.4
65
PWB near U1 (DA0AD6TB4B3 REV: B)
13.7
13.2
65
Inside enclosure near power
9.5
8.2
--
Test condition: Tuner (Analog) mode with AUO panel
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Operating conditions
Outside enclosure near power
7.9
5.8
55
Panel surface
25.5
24.6
55
Button
0.8
0.9
45
Ambient (°C)
23.6
23.7
--
T2 coil (power)
52.8
46.4
70
T2 core (power)
51.6
43.7
70
T901 coil (Power)
37.2
30.8
70
T901 core (Power)
33.4
27.5
70
Body of IC504 (power)
33.4
27.5
60
Body of IC14 (power)
39.3
34.1
60
L1 coil (power)
25.9
14.0
90
FL1 coil (power)
22.6
11.0
90
FL3 coil (power)
22.2
10.8
80
L6 coil (power)
40.8
37.2
90
Switch (power)
6.8
4.6
45
Inlet near L (power)
10.8
6.7
30
U3 heatsink (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV:D)
50.7
49.3
65
L11 (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV:D)
37.1
35.8
65
PWB near U7 (DAVWE7AB4D9 REV:D)
29.5
28.5
65
U12 heatsink (DA0VW2MB6F REV:F)
40.4
39.9
65
PWB near U2 (DA0VW2MB6F REV:F)
17.4
16.9
65
PWB near U37 (DA0VW2MB6F REV:F)
26.4
25.5
65
L40 (DA0VW2MB6F REV:F)
18.4
17.5
65
PWB near U4 (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV:D)
17.5
17.0
65
PWB near U7 (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV:D)
12.8
12.3
65
PL1 (DA0AD6CB4D7 REV:D)
18.9
18.5
65
PWB near U3 (DAVWE7PI4D5 REV:D)
20.5
19.8
65
T8 coil (inverter)
47.1
46.4
65
T8 core (inverter)
36.1
35.9
65
PWB near U16 (inverter)
48.2
47.7
65
Body of C100 (inverter)
32.9
32.4
65
PWB near U1 (DA0VWETH2C3 REV:C)
18.9
18.5
65
Test condition: Tuner (Analog) mode with QDI panel
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Operating conditions
Body of TU1 (DA0VWETH2C3 REV:C)
13.2
12.9
65
Body of U1 (DA0AD6TB4B3 REV:B)
10.2
9.6
65
Inside enclosure near power
8.2
7.4
--
Outside enclosure near power
7.8
5.8
55
Panel surface
24.9
25.0
55
Button
2.0
1.8
45
Ambient (ºC)
24.1
23.6
--
Winding temperature rise measurements
N
o
—
o
—
Ambient temperature t1 ( C) .................................. : -Ambient temperature t2 ( C) .................................. :
Temperature rise ∆T of winding:
R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
∆T (K)
Limit ∆T (K)
Insulation
class
Comments:
The temperatures were measured under worst case normal mode defined in 4.2.1
For winding wires note 4 and for thermoplastics note 6 have been considered in accordance with IEC 60085.
The maximum ambient temperature is defined as 40°C.
Winding components:
- Polyurethane resin insulation → ∆Tmax = 85 K - 10 K - (40-35) K = 70 K
Components with:
- max. absolute temp. of 130°C → ∆Tmax = (130-40) K = 90 K
- max. absolute temp. of 120°C → ∆Tmax = (120-40) K = 80 K
- max. absolute temp. of 105°C → ∆Tmax = (105-40) K = 65 K
- max. absolute temp. of 100°C → ∆Tmax = (100-40) K = 60 K
- max. absolute temp. of 70°C
→ ∆Tmax = (70-40) K = 30 K
User touchable surface with:
plastic part
→ 60K-(40-35) K = 55 K
7.2
TABLE: softening temperature of thermoplastics
Temperature T of part
9.1.1
T - normal condio
tions ( C)
TABLE: Electric shock hazard under normal condition
N
T - fault condio
tions ( C)
T softening
o
( C)
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measured between:
U1 (V)
required U1
(Vpk)
U2 (V)
required U2
(Vpk)
For equipment equipped with AUO panel
)
Line – plastic enclosure *
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – SELV (earthed)
0.16
35
0.04
0.35
Neutral – SELV (earthed)
0.15
35
0.04
0.35
Line – CN10 Hi
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
Neutral – CN10 Hi
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
Line – CN10 Lo
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
)
Neutral – plastic enclosure *
Neutral – CN10 Lo
)
Line – T8 Pin 10 *
)
Neutral – T8 Pin 10 *
)
Line – T8 Pin 9 *
)
Neutral – T8 Pin 9 *
For equipment equipped with QDI panel
)
Line – plastic enclosure *
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – SELV (earthed)
0.27
35
0.03
0.35
Neutral – SELV (earthed)
0.34
35
0.05
0.35
Line – CN3 Pin 1
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – CN3 Pin 1
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Line – CN3 Pin 2
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – CN3 Pin 2
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – T2 Pin 5
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – T2 Pin 5
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Line – T2 Pin 8
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – T2 Pin 8
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
)
Neutral – plastic enclosure *
)
Line – T2 Pin 6, 7 *
)
Neutral – T2 Pin 6, 7 *
Note:
Test at 264Vac, 60Hz
)
The above test location with symbol “* “ denoted that open-circuit voltage is below than 35V (peak)
or 60Vdc.
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TABLE: insulation resistance measurements
P
Insulation resistance R between:
R (MΩ)
Required R (MΩ)
Hazardous live and enclosure with metal foil
999
4
Hazardous live and accessible
999
4
Hazardous live and protective earth terminal
999
2
Hazardous live and tuner terminal
999
4
Note:
Performed with all types of tuner.
10.3
TABLE: electric strength measurements
P
Test voltage applied between:
Test voltage (V)
Breakdown
Hazardous live and accessible
DC 4240
No
Hazardous live and enclosure with metal foil
DC 4240
No
Hazardous live and protective earth terminal
DC 2718
No
Hazardous live and tuner terminal
DC 4240
No
Note:
Performed with all types of tuner.
11.1
TABLE: Electric shock hazard under fault condition
measured between:
U1 (V)
P
required U1
(Vpk)
U2 (V)
required U2
(Vpk)
For equipment equipped with AUO panel
)
Line – plastic enclosure *
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – SELV (earthed)
0.16
35
0.04
0.35
Neutral – SELV (earthed)
0.15
35
0.04
0.35
Line – CN10 Hi
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
Neutral – CN10 Hi
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
Line – CN10 Lo
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
0.13
35
0.03
0.35
--
--
--
--
)
Neutral – plastic enclosure *
Neutral – CN10 Lo
)
Line – T8 Pin 10 *
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measured between:
)
Neutral – T8 Pin 10 *
)
Line – T8 Pin 9 *
)
Neutral – T8 Pin 9 *
U1 (V)
required U1
(Vpk)
U2 (V)
required U2
(Vpk)
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
For equipment equipped with QDI panel
)
Line – plastic enclosure *
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – SELV (earthed)
0.27
35
0.03
0.35
Neutral – SELV (earthed)
0.34
35
0.05
0.35
Line – CN3 Pin 1
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – CN3 Pin 1
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Line – CN3 Pin 2
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Line – T2 Pin 5
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – T2 Pin 5
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Line – T2 Pin 8
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
Neutral – T2 Pin 8
0.02
35
0.02
0.35
)
Neutral – plastic enclosure *
Neutral – CN3 Pin 2
)
Line – T2 Pin 6, 7 *
)
Neutral – T2 Pin 6, 7 *
Note:
Test at 264Vac, 60Hz
The above test conducted after blocked opening test.
)
The above test location with symbol “* “ denoted that open-circuit voltage is below than 35V (peak)
or 60Vdc.
11.2
TABLE: summary of fault condition tests
P
Voltage (V) 0,9 or 1,1 times rated voltage .............. : Rated voltage AC 264V
—
o
Ambient temperature ( C) ...................................... : See below
Monitored point:
—
∆T (K)
Limit ∆T
(K)
--
--
Under fault conditions specified below
Part
Fault
Test
Test
Voltage Time
Input
current
Remark
For equipment equipped with AUO panel
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264V
6 hrs
--
Unit operated
normally, no
component
damaged. No
hazards.
T2 coil (power)
61.9
T2 core (power)
57.4
T901 coil (power)
46.8
T901 core (power)
48.8
Body of IC504
(power)
45.1
Body of IC14
(power)
51.4
L1 coil (power)
30.8
FL1 coil (power)
26.4
FL3 coil (power)
24.6
L6 coil (power)
43.2
Switch (power)
13.8
Inlet near L (power)
15.1
U3 heatsink
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV: D)
67.6
L11 coil
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV: D)
52.7
PWB near U7
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV: D)
46.6
U12 heatsink
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV: F)
57.4
PWB near U2
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV: F)
30.4
PWB near U37
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV: F)
41.8
L40 coil
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV: F)
32.4
PWB near U4
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV: D)
33.5
PWB near U7
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV: D)
27.0
PL1 body
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV: D)
36.7
T2 and
T901=
135K,
outside
enclosure=
60K,
Switch and
button=
60K
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PWB near U3
(DAVWE7PI4D5
REV: D)
35.7
T2 coil (inverter)
57.0
T2 core (inverter)
49.8
L1 coil (inverter)
54.9
PWB near IC1
(inverter)
59.1
PWB near U1
(DA0VWETH2C3
REV: C)
35.9
Body of TU1
(DA0VWETH2C3
REV: C)
28.4
PWB near U1
(DA0AD6TB4B3
REV: B)
27.2
Inside enclosure
near power
16.4
Outside enclosure
near power
15.2
Panel surface
29.3
Button
Ambient (°C)
2.4
24.0
For equipment equipped with QDI panel
Opening
blocked
264V
5 hrs
--
Unit operated
normally, no
component
damaged. No
hazards.
T2 coil (power)
60.7
T2 core (power)
58.0
T901 coil (Power)
46.5
T901 core (Power)
44.2
Body of IC504
(power)
44.2
Body of IC14
(power)
50.9
L1 coil (power)
29.5
FL1 coil (power)
23.4
FL3 coil (power)
22.7
L6 coil (power)
55.6
Switch (power)
12.5
Inlet near L (power)
15.0
T2 and
T901=
135K,
outside
enclosure=
60K,
Switch and
button=
60K
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U3 heatsink
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV:D)
68.6
L11
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV:D)
54.6
PWB near U7
(DAVWE7AB4D9
REV:D)
46.1
U12 heatsink
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV:F)
56.3
PWB near U2
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV:F)
30.8
PWB near U37
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV:F)
41.1
L40
(DA0VW2MB6F
REV:F)
31.4
PWB near U4
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV:D)
31.5
PWB near U7
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV:D)
25.7
PL1
(DA0AD6CB4D7
REV:D)
35.6
PWB near U3
(DAVWE7PI4D5
REV:D)
35.8
T8 coil (inverter)
56.3
T8 core (inverter)
45.1
PWB near U16
(inverter)
58.5
Body of C100
(inverter)
43.4
PWB near U1
(DA0VWETH2C3
REV:C)
33.6
Body of TU1
(DA0VWETH2C3
REV:C)
25.3
Body of U1
(DA0AD6TB4B3
REV:B)
22.4
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Inside enclosure
near power
14.4
Outside enclosure
near power
14.1
Panel surface
27.4
2.9
Button
Ambient (ºC)
23.8
Winding temperature rise measurements
13.1
N
o
Ambient temperature t1 ( C) .................................. :
—
Ambient temperature t2 ( C) .................................. :
o
—
TABLE: Clearances and creepage distances in accordance with 13.2
P
clearance cl and creepage
distance dcr at/of:
Up
(V)
U r.m.s.
(V)
required cl
(mm)
cl
(mm)
required
dcr (mm)
dcr
(mm)
Hazardous live components
(with 2N) → earthed metal
chassis
420
250
2.0
↓
2.5
↓
- HS1 → metal chassis
7.1
7.1
- Primary HS1 top → metal
chassis
7.7
7.7
Hazardous live trace →
earthed metal chassis
420
250
2.0
- Primary trace → metal
chassis
Hazardous live trace →
secondary trace
↓
2.5
8.0
420
250
- Primary trace → Main board
trace
4.0
↓
21.6
↓
8.0
5.0
↓
21.6
Notes:
1. Internal wires were fixed on PCB by quick connector. Also used cable tie, hook and PVC tube to keep the
double insulation to Hazardous live parts.
2. Cl and cr. in the SPS was already considered during the component approval.
14
TABLE: list of critical components and materials
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Component
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Manufacturer/
Type/model
Value / rating
Standard
Approval/
trademark
Reference
Plastic Enclosure Grand
D-1000
D-1200
V-0, min. 2.86
mm thick
UL 94
UL
Base
Various
Various
HB or better,
weight 2.6 kg
UL 94
UL
Internal Metal
Enclosure
Various
Various
Metal, min. 1.6
mm thick.
--
--
PCB
Various
Various
V-0 or better,
min. 105 °C
UL 94
UL
SPS
Delta
DPS-157DP XX i/p: 100-240V,
EN 60065:2002, TÜV, CB by
2.2A, 47-63Hz
IEC 60065:2001, TÜV, UL
(X=0-9, A-Z or
55°C, Class I
blank)
o/p: -For output
terminal CN902:
DC +24V/3.8A
-For output
terminal CN903:
DC +12V/2A
-For output
terminal CN904:
DC +5V/4.4A,
+5Vsb/0.5A,
+12V/1.4A
LCD Panel
(with inverter)
QDI
QD26HLXXXXX 26” TFT-LCD
X (X=0-9, A-Z or Module, 50 °C
blank)
IEC 60065:2001, CB by TÜV,
EN 60065:2002 TÜV, UL
LCD Panel
(with inverter)
AUO
T260XWYY
(YY=0-9, A-Z or
blank)
26” TFT-LCD
Module, 40 °C
IEC 60065:2001, CB by TÜV,
EN 60065:2002 TÜV
Analog Tuner
(Optional)
Philips
FQ1216ME/I H5, FQ1216ME
MK5
5Vdc, 100mA
--
--
DVB-T Tuner
(Optional)
Philips
TD1316AF/IHP- 5Vdc, 185mA
3
--
--
Alkaline battery
for remote
controller
(Optional)
Various
Various
AAA type, 1.5
Vdc, 2 provided
--
--
Speaker
(Optional)
Various
Various
Two provided,
4Ω, 5W
--
--
Note:
1) An asterisk indicates a mark that assures the agreed level of surveillance.
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TABLE: ground continue test
Location
P
Resistance measured (mΩ) Comments
Earthed pin of AC inlet to chassis
14
25A/ 1min.
Earthed pin of AC inlet to chassis
15
40A/ 2min.
Note(s):
Remarks
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National Deviation
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
ZB
ANNEX ZB TO EN 60 065, SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS
P
2.6.1
DK: certain types of Class I apparatus, see 15.1.1, No power cord provided.
may be provided with a plug not establishing
earthing continuity when inserted in Danish socketoutlets
N
13.3.1
NO: In Norway, due to IT power distribution system Not applied for IT power
used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered system.
to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will
remain 230V in case of a single earth fault.
N
15.1.1
DK: mains cord for single-phase equipment having No power cord provided.
a rated current not exceeding 10 A shall be
provided with a plug according to Heavy Current
Regulations Section 107-2-D1
N
DK: Class I equipment with socket-outlets with
earthing contact, or which are intended to be used
in locations where protection against indirect
contact is required shall be provided with a plug in
compliance with Standard Sheet DK 2-1a
No socket-outlets provided.
N
DK: socket-outlets for providing power to Class II
equipment with a rated current of 2,5 A shall have
dimensions according to the drawing on page 131
of EN 60 065:98 other dimensions shall be to
IEC 60 083 Standard Sheet C 1a for portable
socket-outlets
No socket-outlets provided.
N
DK: mains socket-outlets with earthing contact
shall comply with Heavy Current Regulations
Section 107-2-D1, Standard Sheet DK 1-3a,
DK 1-5a or DK 1-7a
No socket-outlets provided.
N
GB: equipment fitted with a flexible cable or cord
provided with a 13A BS 1363 plug as in Statutory
Instrument 1768:94
No power cord provided.
N
IE: equipment fitted with a flexible cable or cord
provided with a 13 A plug in accordance with
Statutory Instrument 525:97
No power cord provided.
N
NO: mains socket-outlets on Class II equipment meet CEE Publication 7 with the
following amendments:
N
- dimensions 2,5 A, 250 V socket-outlets shall
comply with Standard Sheet 1 page 132 of
EN 60 065:98
No socket-outlets provided.
N
- mechanical strength 2,5 A, 250 V socket-outlets
tested as specified in EN 60 065, 12.1.3
Ditto.
N
- protecting rim also tested
Ditto.
N
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Result - Remark
Verdict
NO: method b) of 8.1 is not permitted. Double or
No TNV.
reinforced insulation is required between parts
connected to the mains and parts connected to the
public telecommunications network
N
J.2
NO: In Norway, due to IT power distribution system Not applied for IT power
used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered system.
to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will
remain 230V in case of a single earth fault.
N
ZC
ANNEX ZC TO EN 60 065, A-DEVIATIONS
P
5
DE: additional markings required in German language:
N
- cathode ray tubes with an accelerating voltage
between 20 kV and 30 kV (marking on the tube)
No CRT.
N
- TV receivers whose picture tube has an
accelerating voltage between 20 kV and 30 kV
No picture tube.
N
- TV receivers whose picture tube has an
accelerating voltage greater than 30 kV
Ditto.
N
- TV receivers whose picture tube has an
accelerating voltage less than 20 kV
Ditto.
N
IT: additional markings on the outside of the TV
receiver in Italian language
Not applied for.
N
5.1
14
IT: user instructions in Italian language including a
conformity declaration
N
IT: certification number on the back cover
N
SE: Switches containing mercury such as
thermostats, relays and level controllers are not
allowed.
No such components.
N
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Result - Remark
APPENDIX Australia National Differences to CB Bulletin No. 107A, May 2004
Verdict
P
(IEC Publication 60065 7th edition, 2001)
EXPLANATION FOR ABBREVIATIONS
P=Pass, F=Fail, N=Not applicable. Placed in the column to the right.
ZZ.1
Introduction
Complied.
P
Complied.
P
The alternative method did not
used.
N
Added.
P
This Annex sets out variations between this
Standard and IEC 60065:2001. These variations
indicate national variations for purposes of the
IECEE CB Scheme and will be published in the
IECEE CB Bulletin. These variations are indicated
within the body of the Standard by shading and
strikethrough.
ZZ.2
Variations
The variations are as follows:
7.1.5
h)
In table 3, under item c) add an in both columns
against “thermoplastic materials’ and add the
following new footnote:
h
As an alternative to the method described in
footnote f) the following variation may be used
where there is any doubt about the suitability of
the material:
The ball-pressure test described in AS/NZS
60695.10.2 may be carried out.
To assess compliance under normal operating
conditions the test is made in a heating cabinet
at a temperature of 40°C ±2°C plus the
maximum temperature rise determined under
normal operating conditions but, it shall be at
least
-
for external parts.......................75°C±2°C
-
for materials supporting parts
CONDUCTIVELY CONNECTED
TO THE MAINS.............................125°C±2°C
7.2
After the second paragraph, add the following:
The alternative method described in footnote h) of
Table 3 may be used.
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Result - Remark
15.1.1
After the second paragraph, add the following:
Added.
Verdict
P
Plugs for the connection of apparatus to mainspowered socket-outlets shall comply with AS/NZS
3112 or AS/NZS 3123. Apparatus with a plug
portion, suitable for insertion into a 10A 3 pin flatpin flat-pin socket-outlet complying with AS/NZS
3112, shall comply with the requirements of
AS/NZS 3112 for equipment with integral pins for
insertion into socket-outlets.
15.3.5
In Table 15, in the second and third rows of the first Replaced.
column replace “6” with “7.5”.
P
16.2
In Table 18, in the second and third rows of the first Replaced.
column replace “6” with “7.5”.
P
16.3
After item (b) add the following:
Added.
P
Added.
P
A flexible cord complying with AS/NZS 3191 need
not undergo this test.
20
Add the following after NOTE 2:
For alternative test refer to Clause 20.201.
20.1.4
In Table 21, in the third and fourth columns change Ditto.
both “HB75” and “No requirement” to “V-1”.
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Result - Remark
20.2.3
After this Clause, add the following variation:
Equipment under test and
materials used materials and
components in compliance
with requirements of
IEC 60065.
20.201 Resistance to fire - Alternative tests
20.201.1 General
Parts of non-metallic material shall be resistant to
ignition and the spread of fire.
This requirement does not apply to decorative
trims, knobs and other parts unlikely to be ignited
or to propagate flames originating from inside the
apparatus, or the following:
(a) Components that are contained in an
enclosure having a flammability category
of V-0 according to AS/NZS 60695.11.10
and having openings only for the
connecting wires filling the openings
completely, and for ventilation not
exceeding 1 mm in width regardless of
length.
(b) The following parts which would contribute
negligible fuel to a fire:
-
small mechanical parts, the mass of
which does not exceed 4g, such as
mounting parts, gears, cams, belts
and bearings;
-
small electrical components, such as
capacitors with a volume not
3
exceeding 1750mm , integrated
circuits, transistors and optocoupler
packages, if these components are
mounted on material of flammability
category V-1 or better according to
AS/NZS 60695.11.10
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Verdict
N
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Result - Remark
NOTE – In considering how to minimize
propagation of fire and what “small parts” are,
account should be taken of the cumulative effect of
small parts adjacent to each other for the possible
effect of propagating fire from one part to another.
Compliance shall be checked by tests of
20.201.2.1, 20.201.2.2 and 20.201.2.3
For the base material of PRINTED BOARDS,
compliance is checked by the test of
20.201.2.4.
The test shall be carried out on parts of nonmetallic material which have been removed
from the apparatus. When the glow-wire test
is carried out, they are placed in the same
orientation as they would be in normal use.
These tests are not carried out on internal
wiring.
20.201.2 Test
20.201.2.1 Testing of non-matallic parts
Parts of non-metallic material are subjected to
the glow-wire test of AS/NZS 60695.2.11 which
shall be carried out at 550°C.
Parts for which the glow-wire test cannot be
carried out, such as those made of soft or
foamy material, shall meet the requirements
specified in ISO 9772 for category FH-3
material. The glow-wire test shall not be
carried out on parts of material classified at
least FH-3 according to ISO 9772 provided that
the sample tested was not thicker than the
relevant part.
20.201.2.2 Testing of insulated parts
Part of insulating material supporting
POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCES shall be
subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS
64695.2.11 which shall be carried out at 750°C
The test shall be also carried out on other parts
of insulating material which are within a
distance of 3 mm of the connection.
NOTE-Contacts in components such as switch
contacts are considered to be coneections.
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For parts which withstand the glow-wire test
but produce a flame, other parts above the
connection within the envelope of a vertical
cylinder having a diameter of 20 mm and a
height of 50 mm are subjected to the needleflame test. However, parts shielded by a
barrier which meets the needle-flame test need
not be tested.
The needle-flame test shall be made in
accordance with AS/NZS 4695.2.2 with the
following modifications:
Clause of AS/NZS 4695.2.2
5 Severities
8 Test procedure
8.2
8.4
8.5
10 Evaluation of test
results
Change
Replace with:
The duration of
application of the test
flame is 30 s ± 1 s.
Replace the first
sentence with:
The specimen shall be
arranged so that the
flame can be applied to
a vertical or horizontal
edge as shown in the
examples of figure 1.
The first paragraph
does not apply.
Addition:
If possible, the flame
shall be applied at
least 10 mm from a
corner.
Replace with:
The test shall be made
on one specimen. If
the specimen does not
withstand the test, the
test may be repeated
on two further
specimens, both of
which shall then
withstand the test.
Replace with:
The duration of
burning (tb) shall not
exceed 30 s.
However, for
PRINTED BOARDS, it
shall not exceed 15 s.
The needle-flame test shall not be carried out
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on parts of material classified as V-0 or V-1
according to IEC 60695-11-10 provided that
the sample tested was not thicker than the
relevant part.
20.201.2.3 Testing by needle-flame test
If parts, other than enclosures, do not
withstand the glow wire tests of 20.201.2.2,
by failure to extinguish within 30 s after the
removal of the glow-wire tip, the needle-flame
test detailed in 20.201.2.2 shall be made on
all parts of non-metallic material which are
whithin a distance of 50 mm or which are
likely to be impinged upon by flame during the
tests of 20.201.2.2. Parts shielded by a
separate barrier which meets the needleflame test shall not be tested.
NOTE 1– If the enclosure does not withstand the
glow-wire test the appliance is considered to have
failed to meet the requirement of Clause 21.201
without the need for consequential testing.
NOTE 2– If other parts do not withstand the glowwire test due to ignition of the tissue paper and if
this indicates that burning or glowing particles can
fall onto an external surface underneath the
apparatus, the apparatus is considered to have
failed to meet the requirement of Clause 21.201
without the need for consequential testing.
NOTE 3– Parts likely to be impinged upon by the
flame are considered to be those within the
envelope of a vertical cylinder having a radius of
10 mm and a height equal to the height of the
flame, positioned above the point of the material
supporting in contact with or in close proximity to
connections.
20.201.2.4 Testing of printed boards
The base material of PRINTED BOARDS
shall be subjected to the needle-flame test of
Clasue 21.201.2.3. The flame shall be
applied to the edge of the board where the
heatsink effect is lowest when the board is
positioned as in normal use. The flame shall
not be appllied to an edge consisting of
broken perforations, unless the edge is less
than 3 mm from a POTENTIAL IGNITION
SOURCE.
The test is not carried out if the 
-
printed board does not carry any
potential ignition source;
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base material of printed boards, on
which the available power at a connection
exceeds 15VA operating at a voltage
exceeding 50V and equal or less than
400V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under normal
operating conditions, is of flammability
category V-1 or better according to
AS/NZS 60695.11.10, or the printed
boards are protected by an enclosure
meeting the flammability category V-0
according to AS/NZS 60695.11.10, or
made of metal, having openings only for
connecting wires which fill the openings
completely; or
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Base material of printed boards, on which
the available power at a connection
exceeds 15VA operating at a voltage
exceeding 400V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under
normal operating conditions, and base
material of printed boards supporting
spark gaps which provides protection
against overvoltages, is of flammability
category V-0 according to AS/NZS
60695.11.10 or the printed boards are
contained in a metal enclosure, having
openings only for connecting wires which
fill the openings completely.
Result - Remark
Compliance shall be determined using the
smallest thickness of the material.
NOTE – Available power is the maximum power
which can be drawn from the supplying circuit
through a resistive load whose value is chose to
maximize the power for more than 2 min when the
circuit supplied is disconnected.
21.201.3 For open circuit voltages greater than 4
kV
potential ignition sources with open circuit
voltages exceeding 4kV (peak) a.c. or d.c.
under normal operating conditions shall be
contained in a fire enclosure which shall
comply with flammability category V-1 or
better according to AS/NZS 60695.11.10.
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Annex B
After the heading add:
Added.
For Australia only, this Annex is replaced by the
requirements of the Telecommunications Labelling
Notice issued under the Telecommunications Act.
Note – The Telecommunications Act is
administered by the Australian Communications
Authority.
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APPENDIX Malaysia National Differences according to CB Bulletin No. 107A, May 2004
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(IEC Publication 60 065 7th edition, 2001)
EXPLANATION FOR ABBREVIATIONS
P=Pass, F=Fail, N=Not applicable. Placed in the column to the right.
Energy Commission circular no. 1 year 2003 (no.
1/2003) states that a Certification of Approval is
required for manufacturing, selling, advertising,
displaying or importing into Malaysia,
electrical/electronic products listed in Annex A.
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The supply voltage in Malaysia is 240 Vac, at
50Hz
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Class 0 and 01 appliances are not allowed
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13A fused plug-tops shall comply to Malaysian
standard (MS 589:Part1:1997), if applicable
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2-pin plug tops shall comply to Malaysian
standard (MS 1578:2003) if applicable
To be evaluated in national
approval.
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