Certificate No

Certificate No
SPORTON LAB.
Certificate No:L411447L019
CERTIFICATE
EQUIPMENT: (1) Bluetooth Serial Module with integrated antenna
(2) Bluetooth Serial Module with U.FL connector for
external antenna
MODEL NO. : (1) TRBLU23-00200
(2) TRBLU23-00300
APPLICANT:
Laird Technologies
11160 Thompson Ave. / Lenexa, Kansas / 66219 / USA
CERTIFY THAT:
THE MEASUREMENTS SHOWN IN THIS TEST REPORT WERE MADE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROCEDURES GIVEN IN EUROPEAN COUNCIL
DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC. THE EQUIPMENT PASSED THE TEST
PERFORMED ACCORDING TO
European Standard:
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
This evaluation was carried out to the best of our knowledge and ability, and our
responsibility is limited to the exercise of reasonable care. This certification is not
intended to relieve the sellers from their contractual obligations.
THE CERTIFICATE WAS CARRIED OUT ON January 28, 2014 AT SPORTON
INTERNATIONAL INC. LAB.
Hans Hsieh
Director
SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC. EMC & SAFETY GROUP
14 Fl-2, No. 186, Jianyi Road, Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
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Report No.: L411447L019
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE TEST REPORT
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
Information technology equipment – Safety –
Part 1: General requirements
Report Reference No. ....................... : L411447L019
Compiled by (+ signature) ................. : Ben Chang
Engineer
Approved by (+ signature) ................. : Peter Hsu
Reviewer
Date of Issue ..................................... : January 28, 2014
Testing laboratory .............................. : Sporton International Inc.
Address.............................................. : 14 Fl-2, No. 186, Jianyi Road, Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan.
Testing location ................................. : Taiwan
Applicant ............................................ : Laird Technologies
Address.............................................. : 11160 Thompson Ave. / Lenexa, Kansas / 66219 / USA
Standard ............................................ : IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
Test Report Form No. ....................... : LVD 60950-1
Test procedure ................................. : Sporton LVD type test approval
Procedure deviation........................... : N/A
Non-standard test method................. : N/A
Type of test object ............................. : (1) Bluetooth Serial Module with integrated antenna
(2) Bluetooth Serial Module with U.FL connector for external antenna
Trademark ......................................... : Laird Technologies
Model/type reference ......................... : (1) TRBLU23-00200
(2) TRBLU23-00300
Manufacturer ..................................... : Laird Technologies
Address.............................................. : 11160 Thompson Ave. / Lenexa, Kansas / 66219 / USA
Rating................................................. : DC 7.0V
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Test item particulars:
Equipment mobility .................................................... : [] movable [] hand-held [] transportable
[] stationary [X] for building-in [] direct plug-in
Connection to the mains ............................................ : [] pluggable equipment [] type A [] type B
[] permanent connection
[] detachable power supply cord
[] non-detachable power supply cord
[X] not directly connected to the mains
Operating condition ...................................................... : [X] continuous
[] rated operating / resting time:
Access location ........................................................... : [X] operator accessible
[] restricted access location
Over voltage category (OVC) ..................................... : [] OVC I
[] OVC II
[X] other: N/A
[] OVC III
[] OVC IV
Mains supply tolerance (%) or absolute mains supply Not directly connected to the mains
values .......................................................................... :
Tested for IT power systems ...................................... : [] Yes
[X] No
IT testing, phase-phase voltage (V) ........................... : N/A
Class of equipment ..................................................... : [] Class I
[] Class II
[] Not classified
[X] Class III
Considered current rating (A) ..................................... : N/A
Pollution degree (PD) ................................................. : [] PD 1
[X] PD 2
[] PD 3
IP protection class ...................................................... : IPX0
Altitude during operation (m) ...................................... : Up to 2000 m
Altitude of test laboratory (m) ..................................... : Not over 2000 m
Mass of equipment (kg) .............................................. : 0.044kg (TRBLU23-00200)
0.046kg (TRBLU23-00300)
Test case verdicts
Test case does not apply to the test object................... : N (N.A.)
Test item does meet the requirement ........................... : P (Pass)
Test item does not meet the requirement ..................... : F (Fail)
Testing:
- Date of receipt of test item .......................................... : 2014-01-16
- Date(s) of performance of test .................................... : 2014-01-20 to 2014-01-24
General remarks:
The test result presented in this report relate only to the object(s) tested.
This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the Issuing testing laboratory.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
Throughout this report a comma (point) is used as the decimal separator.
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Comments:
The test results are true for the test sample(s) only.
A part of this test report or certificate should not be duplicated in any way; however, the duplication of the whole
document is allowed.
This test-report includes the following documents:
Test report - ( 46 pages)
Appendix - Photo - ( 07 pages)
General product information:
For Model: TRBLU23-00200
-
The equipment is a Bluetooth Serial Module with integrated antenna , intended for used with information
technology equipment.
For Model: TRBLU23-00300
-
The equipment is a Bluetooth Serial Module with U.FL connector for external antenna, intended for used
with information technology equipment.
-
The equipment was evaluated for use in a maximum air ambient of 85ºC.
-
Overall dimensions of the equipment were approximate 95.2 by 58.3 mm.
-
The test sample is pre-production without serial number.
-
Instructions and equipment marking related to safety is applied in the language that is acceptable in the
country in which the equipment is to be sold.
Copy of marking plate:
Note: The above label is a draft of an artwork for marking plate pending approval by National
Certification Bodies and it shall not be affixed to products prior to such an approval.
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Model Differences:
Model name
Producrt name
Differences Description
TRBLU23-00200
Bluetooth Serial Module with integrated
antenna
with surface mounted TDK antenna
TRBLU23-00300
Bluetooth Serial Module with U.FL connector
for external antenna
with Ipex connect and connected to
WRR2400-IP04-G
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
1
GENERAL
Pass
1.5
Components
Pass
1.5.1
General
See below
Verdict
Pass
Comply with IEC 60950-1 or relevant component Components, which were found to
standard
affect safety aspects, comply with the
requirements of this standard or with
the safety aspects of the relevant
IEC/EN component standards.
Pass
1.5.2
Evaluation and testing of components
Pass
1.5.3
Thermal controls
N.A.
1.5.4
Transformers
N.A.
1.5.5
Interconnecting cables
N.A.
1.5.6
Capacitors bridging insulation
N.A.
1.5.7
Resistors bridging insulation
N.A.
1.5.7.1
Resistors bridging functional, basic or
supplementary insulation
N.A.
1.5.7.2
Resistors bridging double or reinforced insulation
between a.c. mains and other circuits
N.A.
1.5.7.3
Resistors bridging double or reinforced insulation
between a.c. mains and antenna or coaxial cable
N.A.
1.5.8
Components in equipment for IT power systems
N.A.
1.5.9
Surge suppressors
N.A.
1.5.9.1
General
N.A.
1.5.9.2
Protection of VDRs
N.A.
1.5.9.3
Bridging of functional insulation by a VDR
N.A.
1.5.9.4
Bridging of basic insulation by a VDR
N.A.
1.5.9.5
Bridging of supplementary, double or reinforced
insulation by a VDR
N.A.
1.6
Power interface
N.A.
1.6.1
AC power distribution systems
N.A.
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Components, which are certified to
IEC/EN and/or national standards, are
used correctly within their ratings or
have been evaluated during this
approval.
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1.6.2
Input current
The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
N.A.
1.6.3
Voltage limit of hand-held equipment
.
N.A.
1.6.4
Neutral conductor
N.A.
1.7
Marking and instructions
Pass
1.7.1
Power rating and identification markings
1.7.1.1
Power rating marking
N.A.
Multiple mains supply connections.......................:
N.A.
Rated voltage(s) or voltage range(s) (V) ..............The
: unit does not directly connect to
the mains.
(Rated voltage DC7.0 V is optionally
marked)
N.A.
Symbol for nature of supply, for d.c. only .................The
: unit does not directly connect to
the mains.
(DC symbol is optionally marked)
N.A.
Rated frequency or rated frequency range (Hz) ......DC
: input
N.A.
Rated current (mA or A) ...........................................The
: unit does not directly connect to
Mains supply.
N.A.
Identification markings
Pass
1.7.1.2
See below
See below
Pass
Manufacturer’s name or trade-mark or
See page 1.
identification mark ................................................... :
Pass
Model identification or type reference .....................See
: page 1.
Pass
Symbol for Class II equipment only ......................Class
:
III equipment.
N.A.
Other markings and symbols ...............................Additional
:
symbols or marking do not
give rise to misunderstandings.
Pass
1.7.2
Safety instructions and marking
N.A.
1.7.2.1
General
N.A.
1.7.2.2
Disconnect devices
N.A.
1.7.2.3
Overcurrent protective device
N.A.
1.7.2.4
IT power distribution systems
N.A.
1.7.2.5
Operator access with a tool
N.A.
1.7.2.6
Ozone
N.A.
1.7.3
Short duty cycles
N.A..
1.7.4
Supply voltage adjustment ..................................... :
N.A.
Methods and means of adjustment; reference to
installation instructions ........................................... :
N.A.
Power outlets on the equipment ............................ :
N.A.
1.7.5
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The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
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1.7.6
Fuse identification (marking, special fusing
characteristics, cross-reference) ........................... :
N.A.
1.7.7
Wiring terminals
N.A.
1.7.7.1
Protective earthing and bonding terminals ............ :
N.A.
1.7.7.2
Terminals for a.c. mains supply conductors
N.A.
1.7.7.3
Terminals for d.c. mains supply conductors
N.A.
1.7.8
Controls and indicators
N.A.
1.7.8.1
Identification, location and marking ........................ :
N.A.
1.7.8.2
Colours .................................................................. :
N.A.
1.7.8.3
Symbols according to IEC 60417 ............................:
N.A.
1.7.8.4
Markings using figures ..........................................:
N.A.
1.7.9
Isolation of multiple power sources ........................:
N.A.
1.7.10
Thermostats and other regulating devices ............:
N.A.
1.7.11
Durability
N.A.
1.7.12
Removable parts
N.A.
1.7.13
Replaceable batteries ............................................:
N.A.
Language(s) ...........................................................:

1.7.14
Equipment for restricted access locations...............:
N.A.
2
PROTECTION FROM HAZARDS
Pass
2.1
Protection from electric shock and energy hazards
N.A.
2.1.1
The equipment is intended for building-in, in compliance with the requirement shall
be evaluated in end product.
Protection in operator access areas
N.A.
2.1.1.1
Access to energized parts
N.A.
Test by inspection ................................................ :
N.A.
Test with test finger (Figure 2A) .............................. :
N.A.
Test with test pin (Figure 2B) .................................. :
N.A.
Test with test probe (Figure 2C) ............................. :
N.A.
2.1.1.2
Battery compartments
N.A.
2.1.1.3
Access to ELV wiring
N.A.
Working voltage (Vpeak or Vrms); minimum
distance through insulation (mm)

2.1.1.4
Access to hazardous voltage circuit wiring
N.A.
2.1.1.5
Energy hazards .................................................... :
N.A.
2.1.1.6
Manual controls
N.A.
2.1.1.7
Discharge of capacitors in equipment
N.A.
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Measured voltage (V); time-constant (s)................ :

Energy hazards – d.c. mains supply
N.A.
a) Capacitor connected to the d.c. mains supply
............................................................................... :
N.A.
b) Internal battery connected to the d.c. mains
supply ................................................................... :
N.A.
2.1.1.9
Audio amplifiers .................................................... :
N.A.
2.1.2
Protection in service access areas
N.A.
2.1.3
Protection in restricted access locations
N.A.
2.2
SELV circuits
Pass
2.2.1
General requirements
2.2.2
Voltages under normal conditions (V) .................... :
N.A.
2.2.3
Voltages under fault conditions (V) ......................... :
N.A.
2.2.4
Connection of SELV circuits to other circuits .........:
N.A.
2.3
TNV circuits
N.A.
2.3.1
Limits
2.1.1.8
The EUT was intended to be supplied
by SELV, and there is no circuits
and/or components which might cause
rise of voltage.
No TNV circuits.
Type of TNV circuits .............................................. :
Pass
N.A.

2.3.2
Separation from other circuits and from
accessible parts
N.A.
2.3.2.1
General requirements
N.A.
2.3.2.2
Protection by basic insulation
N.A.
2.3.2.3
Protection by earthing
N.A.
2.3.2.4
Protection by other constructions ............................ :
N.A.
2.3.3
Separation from hazardous voltages
N.A.
Insulation employed .................................................. :
2.3.4
Connection of TNV circuits to other circuits

N.A.
Insulation employed .................................................. :

2.3.5
Test for operating voltages generated externally
N.A.
2.4
Limited current circuits
N.A.
2.4.1
General requirements
2.4.2
Limit values
No limited current circuits.
N.A.
N.A.
Frequency (Hz) ...................................................... :

Measured current (mA) .......................................... :

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Measured voltage (V)............................................. :

Measured circuit capacitance (nF or µF).................. :

2.4.3
Connection of limited current circuits to other
circuits
N.A.
2.5
Limited power sources
N.A.
a) Inherently limited output
N.A.
b) Impedance limited output
N.A.
c) Regulating network limited output under normal
operating and single fault condition
N.A.
d) Overcurrent protective device limited output
N.A.
Max. output voltage (V), max. output current (A),
max. apparent power (VA) ........................................ :

Current rating of overcurrent protective device
(A) .:

2.6
Provisions for earthing and bonding
N.A.
2.6.1
Protective earthing
2.6.2
Functional earthing
N.A.
2.6.3
Protective earthing and protective bonding
conductors
N.A.
2.6.3.1
General
N.A.
2.6.3.2
Size of protective earthing conductors
Class III equipment.
N.A.
2
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG.......................................................................... :
2.6.3.3
N.A.
Size of protective bonding conductors

N.A.
2
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG.......................................................................... :

Protective current rating (A), cross-sectional area
2
(mm ), AWG ............................................................. :
N.A.
2.6.3.4
Resistance of earthing conductors and their
terminations; resistance (), voltage drop (V),
test current (A), duration (min) ............................... :
N.A.
2.6.3.5
Colour of insulation ................................................ :
N.A.
2.6.4
Terminals
N.A.
2.6.4.1
General
N.A.
2.6.4.2
Protective earthing and bonding terminals
N.A.
Rated current (A), type, nominal thread
diameter (mm) ....................................................... :

2.6.4.3
Separation of the protective earthing conductor
from protective bonding conductors
N.A.
2.6.5
Integrity of protective earthing
N.A.
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2.6.5.1
Interconnection of equipment
N.A.
2.6.5.2
Components in protective earthing conductors
and protective bonding conductors
N.A.
2.6.5.3
Disconnection of protective earth
N.A.
2.6.5.4
Parts that can be removed by an operator
N.A.
2.6.5.5
Parts removed during servicing
N.A.
2.6.5.6
Corrosion resistance
N.A.
2.6.5.7
Screws for protective bonding
N.A.
2.6.5.8
Reliance on telecommunication network or cable
distribution system
N.A.
2.7
Overcurrent and earth fault protection in primary circuits
N.A.
2.7.1
Basic requirements
N.A.
Class III equipment.
Instructions when protection relies on building
installation
N.A.
2.7.2
Faults not simulated in 5.3.7
N.A.
2.7.3
Short-circuit backup protection
N.A.
2.7.4
Number and location of protective devices ........... :
N.A.
2.7.5
Protection by several devices
N.A.
2.7.6
Warning to service personnel ................................ :
N.A.
2.8
Safety interlocks
N.A.
2.8.1
General principles
2.8.2
Protection requirements
N.A.
2.8.3
Inadvertent reactivation
N.A.
2.8.4
Fail-safe operation
N.A.
No safety interlocks.
N.A.
Protection against extreme hazard
2.8.5
Moving parts
N.A.
2.8.6
Overriding
N.A.
2.8.7
Switches, relays and their related circuits
N.A.
2.8.7.1
Separation distances for contact gaps and their
related circuits (mm) .............................................:
N.A.
2.8.7.2
Overload test
N.A.
2.8.7.3
Endurance test
N.A.
2.8.7.4
Electric strength test
N.A.
2.8.8
Mechanical actuators
N.A.
2.9
Electrical insulation
Pass
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2.9.1
Properties of insulating materials
2.9.2
Humidity conditioning
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Functional Insulation only.
See Sub-Clause 5.3.4.
N.A.
Relative humidity (%), temperature (°C) ................. :
2.9.3
Grade of insulation
2.9.4
Separation from hazardous voltages
Pass
See Clause 2.9.1.

Pass
N.A.
Method(s) used ....................................................... :

2.10
Clearances, creepage distances and distances through insulation
Pass
2.10.1
General
Pass
2.10.1.1
Frequency .................................................................:
N.A.
2.10.1.2
Pollution degrees ......................................................:
N.A.
2.10.1.3
Reduced values for functional insulation
N.A.
2.10.1.4
Intervening unconnected conductive parts
N.A.
2.10.1.5
Insulation with varying dimensions
N.A.
2.10.1.6
Special separation requirements
N.A.
2.10.1.7
Insulation in circuits generating starting pulses
N.A.
2.10.2
Determination of working voltage
N.A.
2.10.2.1
General
N.A.
2.10.2.2
RMS working voltage
N.A.
2.10.2.3
Peak working voltage
N.A.
2.10.3
Clearances
N.A.
2.10.3.1
General
N.A.
2.10.3.2
Mains transient voltages
N.A.
a) AC mains supply ..................................................:
N.A.
b) Earthed d.c. mains supplies ................................:
N.A.
c) Unearthed d.c. mains supplies ............................:
N.A.
d) Battery operation ..................................................:
N.A.
2.10.3.3
Clearances in primary circuits
N.A.
2.10.3.4
Clearances in secondary circuits
N.A.
2.10.3.5
Clearances in circuits having starting pulses
N.A.
2.10.3.6
Transients from a.c. mains supply ...........................:
N.A.
2.10.3.7
Transients from d.c. mains supply ...........................:
N.A.
2.10.3.8
Transients from telecommunication networks
and cable distribution systems .................................:
N.A.
2.10.3.9
Measurement of transient voltage levels
N.A.
a) Transients from a mains suplply
N.A.
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Functional insulation only.
See Clause 5.3.4.
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For an a.c. mains supply ..........................................:
N.A.
For a d.c. mains supply ............................................:
N.A.
b) Transients from a telecommunication
network :
N.A.
2.10.4
Creepage distances
N.A.
2.10.4.1
General
N.A.
2.10.4.2
Material group and caomparative tracking index
N.A.
CTI tests ................................................................ :
N.A.
2.10.4.3
Minimum creepage distances
N.A.
2.10.5
Solid insulation
N.A.
2.10.5.1
General
N.A.
2.10.5.2
Distances through insulation
N.A.
2.10.5.3
Insulating compound as solid insulation
N.A.
2.10.5.4
Semiconductor devices
N.A.
2.10.5.5.
Cemented joints
N.A.
2.10.5.6
Thin sheet material – General
N.A.
2.10.5.7
Separable thin sheet material
N.A.
Number of layers (pcs) ..............................................:

2.10.5.8
Non-separable thin sheet material
N.A.
2.10.5.9
Thin sheet material – standard test procedure
N.A.
Electric strength test
2.10.5.10
Thin sheet material – alternative test procedure
Electric strength test

N.A.

2.10.5.11
Insulation in wound components
N.A.
2.10.5.12
Wire in wound components
N.A.
Working voltage .......................................................:
N.A.
a) Basic insulation not under stress .........................:
N.A.
b) Basic, supplemetary, reinforced insulation ..........:
N.A.
c) Compliance with Annex U ....................................:
N.A.
Two wires in contact inside wound component;
angle between 45 and 90 ......................................:
N.A.
Wire with solvent-based enamel in wound
components
N.A.
2.10.5.13
Electric strength test
2.10.5.14

Routine test
N.A.
Additional insulation in wound components
N.A.
Working voltage .......................................................:
N.A.
- Basic insulation not under stress ...........................:
N.A.
- Supplemetary, reinforced insulation ......................:
N.A.
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2.10.6
Construction of printed boards
N.A.
2.10.6.1
Uncoated printed boards
N.A.
2.10.6.2
Coated printed boards
N.A.
2.10.6.3
Insulation between conductors on the same inner
surface of a printed board
N.A.
2.10.6.4
Insulation between conductors on different layers
of a printed board
N.A.
Distance through insulation
N.A.
Number of insulation layers (pcs) .......................... :
N.A.
2.10.7
Component external terminations
N.A.
2.10.8
Tests on coated printed boards and coated
components
N.A.
2.10.8.1
Sample preparation and preliminary inspection
N.A.
2.10.8.2
Thermal conditioning
N.A.
2.10.8.3
Electric strength test

2.10.8.4
Abrasion resistance test
N.A.
2.10.9
Thermal cycling
N.A.
2.10.10
Test for Pollution Degree 1 environment and
insulating compound
N.A.
2.10.11
Tests for semiconductor devices and cemented
joints
N.A.
2.10.12
Enclosed and sealed parts
N.A.
3
WIRING, CONNECTIONS AND SUPPLY
N.A.
3.1
General
N.A.
3.1.1
Current rating and overcurrent protection
3.1.2
Protection against mechanical damage
N.A.
3.1.3
Securing of internal wiring
N.A.
3.1.4
Insulation of conductors
N.A.
3.1.5
Beads and ceramic insulators
N.A.
3.1.6
Screws for electrical contact pressure
N.A.
3.1.7
Insulating materials in electrical connections
N.A.
3.1.8
Self-tapping and spaced thread screws
N.A.
3.1.9
Termination of conductors
N.A.
10 N pull test
N.A.
3.1.10
Sleeving on wiring
N.A.
3.2
Connection to a mains supply
N.A.
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N.A.
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Means of connection
Class III equipment.
3.2.1.1
Connection to an a.c. mains supply
N.A.
3.2.1.2
Connection to a d.c. mains supply
N.A.
3.2.2
Multiple supply connections
N.A.
3.2.3
Permanently connected equipment
N.A.
Number of conductors, diameter of cable and
conduits (mm) ......................................................... :
N.A.

3.2.4
Appliance inlets
N.A.
3.2.5
Power supply cords
N.A.
3.2.5.1
AC power supply cords
N.A.
Type ......................................................................... :
2
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG ........................................................................ :


3.2.5.2
DC power supply cords
N.A.
3.2.6
Cord anchorages and strain relief
N.A.
........................... :

Longitudinal displacement (mm) ............................. :

Mass of equipment (kg), pull (N)
3.2.7
Protection against mechanical damage
N.A.
3.2.8
Cord guards
N.A.
Diameter or minor dimension D (mm); test mass
(g) ............................................................................ :

Radius of curvature of cord (mm) ............................. :

3.2.9
Supply wiring space
N.A.
3.3
Wiring terminals for connection of external conductors
N.A.
3.3.1
Wiring terminals
N.A.
3.3.2
Connection of non-detachable power supply
cords
N.A.
3.3.3
Screw terminals
N.A.
3.3.4
Conductor sizes to be connected
N.A.
No wiring terminals
Rated current (A), cord/cable type,
2
cross-sectional area (mm )....................................... :
3.3.5
Wiring terminal sizes
Rated current (A), type, nominal thread diameter
(mm) ........................................................................ :

N.A.

3.3.6
Wiring terminal design
N.A.
3.3.7
Grouping of wiring terminals
N.A.
3.3.8
Stranded wire
N.A.
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Disconnection from the mains supply
3.4.1
General requirement
3.4.2
Disconnect devices
N.A.
3.4.3
Permanently connected equipment
N.A.
3.4.4
Parts which remain energized
N.A.
3.4.5
Switches in flexible cords
N.A.
3.4.6
Number of poles - single-phase and d.c.
equipment
N.A.
3.4.7
Number of poles - three-phase equipment
N.A.
3.4.8
Switches as disconnect devices
N.A.
3.4.9
Plugs as disconnect devices
N.A.
3.4.10
Interconnected equipment
N.A.
3.4.11
Multiple power sources
N.A.
3.5
Interconnection of equipment
N.A.
3.5.1
General requirements
3.5.2
Types of interconnection circuits .......................... :
N.A.
3.5.3
ELV circuits as interconnection circuits
N.A.
3.5.4
Data ports for additional equipment
N.A.
4
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Pass
4.1
Stability
N.A.
Angle of 10
N.A.
Test: force (N) ..........................................................:
N.A.
4.2
Mechanical strength
N.A.
4.2.1
General
N.A.
Class III equipment.
The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Rack-mounted equipment.
N.A.
4.2.2
Steady force test, 10 N
N.A.
4.2.3
Steady force test, 30 N
N.A.
4.2.4
Steady force test, 250 N
N.A.
4.2.5
Impact test
N.A.
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Fall test
N.A.
Swing test
N.A.
4.2.6
Drop test; height (mm) ............................................ :
N.A.
4.2.7
Stress relief test
N.A.
4.2.8
Cathode ray tubes
N.A.
Picture tube separately certified .............................. :
N.A.
4.2.9
High pressure lamps
N.A.
4.2.10
Wall or ceiling mounted equipment; force (N) ........ :
N.A.
4.2.11
Rotating solid media
N.A.
Test to cover on the door………………………….:
N.A.
4.3
Design and construction
N.A.
4.3.1
Edges and corners
4.3.2
Handles and manual controls; force (N) ................ :
N.A.
4.3.3
Adjustable controls
N.A.
4.3.4
Securing of parts
N.A.
4.3.5
Connection by plugs and sockets
N.A.
4.3.6
Direct plug-in equipment
N.A.
The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
N.A.
Torque .................................................................... :

Compliance with the relevant mains plug standard
.................................................................................. :

4.3.7
Heating elements in earthed equipment
N.A.
4.3.8
Batteries
N.A.
- Overcharging of a rechargeable battery
N.A.
- Unintentional charging of a non-rechargeable
battery
N.A.
- Reverse charging of a rechargeable battery
N.A.
- Excessive discharging rate for any battery
N.A.
4.3.9
Oil and grease
N.A.
4.3.10
Dust, powders, liquids and gases
N.A.
4.3.11
Containers for liquids or gases
N.A.
4.3.12
Flammable liquids .................................................. :
N.A.
Quantity of liquid (l) ................................................. :

Flash point (C) ...................................................... :

4.3.13
Radiation
N.A.
4.3.13.1
General
N.A.
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N.A.
Measured radiation (pA/kg) .................................... :

Measured high-voltage (kV) .................................... :

Measured focus voltage (kV) .................................. :

CRT markings ......................................................... :

Effect of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on materials
N.A.
Part, property, retention after test, flammability
classification ........................................................... :

4.3.13.4
Human exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation ....... :
N.A.
4.3.13.5
Lasers (including laser diodes) and LEDs
N.A.
4.3.13.5.1
Lasers (including laser laser diodes)
N.A.
Laser class ............................................................. :

4.3.13.5.2
Light emitting diodes (LEDs)
N.A.
4.3.13.6
Other types ............................................................. :
N.A.
4.4
Protection against hazardous moving parts
N.A.
4.4.1
General
4.4.2
Protection in operator access areas ...................... :
N.A.
Household and home/office document/media
shredders
N.A.
4.4.3
Protection in restricted access locations ............... :
N.A.
4.4.4
Protection in service access areas
N.A.
4.4.5
Protection against moving fan blades
N.A.
4.4.5.1
General
N.A.
Not considered to cause pain or injury. a)……….:
N.A.
Is considered to cause pain, not injury. b) ………:
N.A.
Considered to cause injury. c):……………………
N.A.
Protection for users
N.A.
Use of symbol or warning ………………………:
N.A.
Protection for service persons
N.A.
Use of symbol or warning ………………………:
N.A.
4.5
Thermal requirements
Pass
4.5.1
General
See below
Pass
4.5.2
Temperature tests
See appended table 4.5
Pass
4.4.5.2
4.4.5.3
No hazardous moving parts.
Normal load condition per Annex L ..................... See
:
appended table 4.5
4.5.3
Temperature limits for materials
4.5.4
Touch temperature limits
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N.A.

Pass
N.A.
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Resistance to abnormal heat ................................. :
N.A.
4.6
Openings in enclosures
N.A.
4.6.1
Top and side openings
The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
Dimensions (mm) ................................................... :
4.6.2
Bottoms of fire enclosures
N.A.

N.A.
Construction of the bottomm, dimensions (mm) ... :

4.6.3
Doors or covers in fire enclosures
N.A.
4.6.4
Openings in transportable equipment
N.A.
4.6.4.1
Constructional design measures
N.A.
Dimensions (mm) ................................................... :

4.6.4.2
Evaluation measures for larger openings
N.A.
4.6.4.3
Use of metallized parts
N.A.
4.6.5
Adhesives for constructional purposes
N.A.
Conditioning temperature (C), time (weeks) ....... :

4.7
Resistance to fire
Pass
4.7.1
Reducing the risk of ignition and spread of flame
See below.
Pass
Method 1, selection and application of
components wiring and materials
Use of materials with the required
flammability Classes.
Pass
Method 2, application of all of simulated fault
condition tests
N.A.
4.7.2
Conditions for a fire enclosure
4.7.2.1
Parts requiring a fire enclosure
N.A.
4.7.2.2
Parts not requiring a fire enclosure
N.A.
4.7.3
Materials
Pass
4.7.3.1
General
4.7.3.2
Materials for fire enclosures
N.A.
4.7.3.3
Materials for components and other parts outside
fire enclosures
N.A.
4.7.3.4
Materials for components and other parts inside
fire enclosures
N.A.
4.7.3.5
Materials for air filter assemblies
N.A.
4.7.3.6
Materials used in high-voltage components
N.A.
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The equipment is intended for
building-in, in compliance with the
requirement shall be evaluated in end
product.
PWB rated V-1 minimum.
N.A.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SIMULATED ABNORMAL CONDITIONS
Pass
5.1
Touch current and protective conductor current
N.A.
5.1.1
General
N.A.
5.1.2
Configuration of equipment under test (EUT)
N.A.
5.1.2.1
Single connection to an a.c. mains supply
N.A.
5.1.2.2
Redundant multiple connections to an a.c. mains
supply
N.A.
5.1.2.3
Simultaneous multiple connections to an a.c.
mains supply
N.A.
5.1.3
Test circuit
N.A.
5.1.4
Application of measuring instrument
N.A.
5.1.5
Test procedure
N.A.
5.1.6
Test measurements
N.A.
Class III equipment.
Supply voltage (V) ................................................... :

Measured touch current (mA) ................................. :

Max. allowed touch current (mA) ............................ :

Measured protective conductor current (mA) ......... :

Max. allowed protective conductor current (mA)...... :
N.A.
5.1.7
Equipment with touch current exceeding 3,5 mA
N.A.
5.1.7.1
General .................................................................... :
N.A.
5.1.7.2
Simultaneous multiple connections to the supply
N.A.
5.1.8
Touch currents to telecommunication networks
and cable distribution systems and from
telecommunication networks
N.A.
5.1.8.1
Limitation of the touch current to a
telecommunication network or to a cable
distribution system
N.A.
5.1.8.2
Supply voltage (V) ................................................... :

Measured touch current (mA) ................................. :

Max. allowed touch current (mA) ............................ :

Summation of touch currents from
telecommunication networks
N.A.
a) EUT with earthed telecommunication ports ....... :
N.A.
b) EUT whose telecommunication ports have no
reference to protective earth
N.A.
5.2
Electric strength
N.A.
5.2.1
General
N.A.
5.2.2
Test procedure
N.A.
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Abnormal operating and fault conditions
Pass
5.3.1
Protection against overload and abnormal
operation
5.3.2
Motors
N.A.
5.3.3
Transformers
N.A.
5.3.4
Functional insulation .................................................Functional
:
Insulation complies with the
requirements c).
Pass
5.3.5
Electromechanical components
N.A.
5.3.6
Audio amplifiers in ITE ............................................ :
N.A.
5.3.7
Simulation of faults
N.A.
See below.
Method c) used, due to:
-
No risk of electric shock;
-
No risk of fire, all components
mounted on V-1 min. PWB;
Pass
No tests necessary.
5.3.8
Unattended equipment
N.A.
5.3.9
Compliance criteria for abnormal operating and
fault conditions
N.A.
5.3.9.1
During the tests
N.A.
5.3.9.2
After the tests
N.A.
6
CONNECTION TO TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
N.A.
6.1
Protection of telecommunication network service persons, and users of other equipment
connected to the network, from hazards in the equipment
N.A.
6.1.1
Protection from hazardous voltages
N.A.
6.1.2
Separation of the telecommunication network from earth
N.A.
6.1.2.1
Requirements
N.A.
Supply voltage (V) ...................................................:

Current in the test circuit (mA) ...........................:

6.1.2.2
Exclusions ...............................................................:
N.A.
6.2
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages on telecommunication networks
N.A.
6.2.1
Separation requirements
N.A.
6.2.2
Electric strength test procedure
N.A.
6.2.2.1
Impulse test
N.A.
6.2.2.2
Steady-state test
N.A.
6.2.2.3
Compliance criteria
N.A.
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Protection of telecommunication wiring system from overheating
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N.A.
Max. output current (A) ...........................................:

Current limiting method ...........................................:

7
CONNECTION TO CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
N.A.
7.1
General
N.A.
7.2
Protection of cable distribution system service
persons, and users of other equipment
connected to the system, from hazardous
voltages in the equipment
N.A.
7.3
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages
on the cable distribution system
N.A.
7.4
Insulation between primary circuits and cable
distribution systems
N.A.
7.4.1
General
N.A.
7.4.2
Voltage surge test
N.A.
7.4.3
Impulse test
N.A.
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ANNEX A, TESTS FOR RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND FIRE
N.A.
A.1
Flammability test for fire enclosures of movable equipment having a total mass exceeding
18 kg, and of stationary equipment (see 4.7.3.2)
N.A.
A.1.1
Samples ....................................................................:

Wall thickness (mm) .................................................:

A.1.2
Conditioning of samples; temperature (C) ............:
N.A.
A.1.3
Mounting of samples ...............................................:
N.A.
A.1.4
Test flame (see IEC 60695-11-3)
N.A.
Flame A, B, C or D ..................................................:
N.A.
A.1.5
Test procedure
N.A.
A.1.6
Compliance criteria
N.A.
Sample 1 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 2 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 3 burning time (s) ........................................:

A.2
Flammability test for fire enclosures of movable equipment having a total mass not
exceeding 18 kg, and for material and components located inside fire enclosures (see
4.7.3.2 and 4.7.3.4)
A.2.1
Samples, material .....................................................:

Wall thickness (mm) .................................................:

A.2.2
Conditioning of samples; temperature (°C) ............:
N.A.
A.2.3
Mounting of samples ...............................................:
N.A.
A.2.4
Test flame (see IEC 60695-11-4)
N.A.
Flame A, B or C ......................................................:
N.A.

A.2.5
Test procedure
N.A.
A.2.6
Compliance criteria
N.A.
A.2.7
Sample 1 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 2 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 3 burning time (s) ........................................:

Alternative test acc. to IEC 60695-11-5, cl. 5 and
9
N.A.
Sample 1 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 2 burning time (s) ........................................:

Sample 3 burning time (s) ........................................:

A.3
Hot flaming oil test (see 4.6.2)
N.A.
A.3.1
Mounting of samples
N.A.
A.3.2
Test procedure
N.A.
A.3.3
Compliance criterion
N.A.
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ANNEX B, MOTOR TESTS UNDER ABNORMAL CONDITIONS (see 4.7.2.2 and 5.3.2)
N.A.
B.1
General requirements
N.A.
Position ....................................................................:

Manufacturer ...........................................................:

Type ........................................................................:

Rated values

.........................................................:
B.2
Test conditions
N.A.
B.3
Maximum temperatures
N.A.
B.4
Running overload test
N.A.
B.5
Locked-rotor overload test
N.A.
Test duration (days) ................................................:

Electric strength test: test voltage (V) .....................:

B.6
Running overload test for d.c. motors in
secondary circuits
N.A.
B.6.1
General
N.A.
B.6.2
Test procedure
N.A.
B.6.3
Alternative test procedure
N.A.
B.6.4
Electric strength test; test voltage (V) .....................:
N.A.
B.7
Locked-rotor overload test for d.c. motors in
secondary circuits
N.A.
B.7.1
General
N.A.
B.7.2
Test procedure
N.A.
B.7.3
Alternative test procedure
N.A.
B.7.4
Electric strength test; test voltage (V) .................... :
N.A.
B.8
Test for motors with capacitors
N.A.
B.9
Test for three-phase motors
N.A.
B.10
Test for series motors
N.A.
C
C.1
Operating voltage (V) ..............................................:

ANNEX C, TRANSFORMERS (see 1.5.4 and 5.3.3)
N.A.
Position ....................................................................:

Manufacturer ...........................................................:

Type ........................................................................:

Rated values
.........................................................:

Method of protection ................................................ :

Overload test
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Insulation
N.A.
Protection from displacement of windings
N.A.
D
ANNEX D, MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR TOUCH-CURRENT TESTS (see 5.1.4)
N.A.
D.1
Measuring instrument
N.A.
D.2
Alternative measuring instrument
N.A.
E
ANNEX E, TEMPERATURE RISE OF A WINDING (see 1.4.13)
N.A.
F
ANNEX F, MEASUREMENT OF CLEARANCES AND CREEPAGE DISTANCES
(see 2.10 and Annex G)
N.A.
G
ANNEX G, ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR DETERMINING MINIMUM CLEARANCES
N.A.
G.1
Clearances
N.A.
G.1.1
General
N.A.
G.1.2
Summary of the procedure for determining
minimum clearances
N.A.
G.2
Determination of mains transient voltage (V)
N.A.
G.2.1
AC mains supply .....................................................:
N.A.
G.2.2
Earthed d.c. mains supplies ...................................:
N.A.
G.2.3
Unearthed d.c. mains supplies ...............................:
N.A.
G.2.4
Battery operation .....................................................:
N.A.
G.3
Determination of telecommunication network
transient voltage (V) ................................................:
N.A.
G.4
Determination of required withstand voltage (V)
N.A.
G.4.1
Mains transients and internal repetitive peaks .......:
N.A.
G.4.2
Transients from telecommunication networks .......:
N.A.
G.4.3
Combination of transients
N.A.
G.4.4
Transients from cable distribution systems
N.A.
G.5
Measurement of transient voltages (V)
N.A.
a) Transients from a mains supply
N.A.
For an a.c. mains supply
N.A.
For a d.c. mains supply
N.A.
b) Transients from a telecommunication network
N.A.
G.6
Determination of minimum clearances ...................:
N.A.
H
ANNEX H, IONIZING RADIATION (see 4.3.13)
N.A.
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ANNEX J, TABLE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIALS (see 2.6.5.6)
Metal(s) used ...........................................................:
N.A.

K
ANNEX K, THERMAL CONTROLS (see 1.5.3 and 5.3.8)
N.A.
K.1
Making and breaking capacity
N.A.
K.2
Thermostat reliability; operating voltage (V) ...........:
N.A.
K.3
Thermostat endurance test; operating voltage
(V) ............................................................................:
N.A.
K.4
Temperature limiter endurance; operating
voltage (V) ...............................................................:
N.A.
K.5
Thermal cut-out reliability
N.A.
K.6
Stability of operation
N.A.
L
ANNEX L, NORMAL LOAD CONDITIONS FOR SOME TYPES OF ELECTRICAL
BUSINESS EQUIPMENT (see 1.2.2.1 and 4.5.2)
Pass
L.1
Typewriters
N.A.
L.2
Adding machines and cash registers
N.A.
L.3
Erasers
N.A.
L.4
Pencil sharpeners
N.A.
L.5
Duplicators and copy machines
N.A.
L.6
Motor-operated files
N.A.
L.7
Other business equipment
See appended table 4.5.
Pass
M
ANNEX M, CRITERIA FOR TELEPHONE RINGING SIGNALS (see 2.3.1)
N.A.
M.1
Introduction
N.A.
M.2
Method A
N.A.
M.3
Method B
N.A.
M.3.1
Ringing signal
N.A.
M.3.1.1
Frequency (Hz) .......................................................:

M.3.1.2
Voltage (V) ..............................................................:

M.3.1.3
Cadence; time (s), voltage (V) ................................:

M.3.1.4
Single fault current (mA) .........................................:

M.3.2
Tripping device and monitoring voltage ..................:
N.A.
M.3.2.1
Conditions for use of a tripping device or a
monitoring voltage
N.A.
M.3.2.2
Tripping device
N.A.
M.3.2.3
Monitoring voltage (V) .............................................:
N.A.
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N
ANNEX N, IMPULSE TEST GENERATORS (see 1.5.7.2, 1.5.7.3, 2.10.3.9, 6.2.2.1, 7.3.2,
7.4.3 and Clause G.5)
N.A.
N.1
ITU-T impulse test generators
N.A.
N.2
IEC 60065 impulse test generator
N.A.
P
ANNEX P, NORMATIVE REFERENCES
Pass
Q
ANNEX Q, Voltage dependent resistors (VDRs) (see 1.5.9.1)
N.A.
a) Preferred climatic categories ..............................:
N.A.
b) Maximum continuous voltage .............................:
N.A.
c) Pulse current .......................................................:
N.A.
R
ANNEX R, EXAMPLES OF REQUIREMENTS FOR QUALITY CONTROL
PROGRAMMES
N.A.
R.1
Minimum separation distances for unpopulated
coated printed boards (see 2.10.6.2)
N.A.
R.2
Reduced clearances (see 2.10.3)
N.A.
S
ANNEX S, PROCEDURE FOR IMPULSE TESTING (see 6.2.2.3)
N.A.
S.1
Test equipment
N.A.
S.2
Test procedure
N.A.
S.3
Examples of waveforms during impulse testing
N.A.
T
ANNEX T, GUIDANCE ON PROTECTION AGAINST INGRESS OF WATER (see 1.1.2)
N.A.

U
ANNEX U, INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE WITHOUT INTERLEAVED
INSULATION (see 2.10.5.4)
N.A.

V
ANNEX V, AC POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (see 1.6.1)
N.A.
V.1
Introduction
N.A.
V.2
TN power distribution systems
N.A.
W
ANNEX W, SUMMATION OF TOUCH CURRENTS
N.A.
W.1
Touch current from electronic circuits
N.A.
W.1.1
Floating circuits
N.A.
W.1.2
Earthed circuits
N.A.
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Interconnection of several equipments
N.A.
W.2.1
Isolation
N.A.
W.2.2
Common return, isolated from earth
N.A.
W.2.3
Common return, connected to protective earth
N.A.
X
ANNEX X, MAXIMUM HEATING EFFECT IN TRANSFORMER TESTS (see clause C.1)
N.A.
X.1
Determination of maximum input current
N.A.
X.2
Overload test procedure
N.A.
Y
ANNEX Y, ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT CONDITIONING TEST (see 4.3.13.3)
N.A.
Y.1
Test apparatus ........................................................:
N.A.
Y.2
Mounting of test samples ........................................:
N.A.
Y.3
Carbon-arc light-exposure apparatus .....................:
N.A.
Y.4
Xenon-arc light exposure apparatus ......................:
N.A.
Z
ANNEX Z, OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES
(see 2.10.3.2 and Clause G.2)
N.A.
AA
ANNEX AA, MANDREL TEST (see 2.10.5.8)
N.A.
BB
ANNEX BB, CHANGES IN THE SECOND
EDITION
CC
ANNEX CC, Evaluation of integrated circuit (IC) current limiters
N.A.
CC.1
General
N.A.
CC.2
Test program 1………………………………….:
N.A.
CC.3
Test program 2………………………………….:
N.A.
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ANNEX DD, Requirements for the mounting means of rack-mounted equipment
N.A.
DD.1
General
N.A.
DD.2
Mechanical strength test, variable N……………..:
N.A.
DD.3
Mechanical strength test, 250N, including end
stops……………………………………………………:
N.A.
DD.4
Compliance……………………………………………:
N.A.
EE
ANNEX EE, Household and home/office document/media shredders
N.A.
EE.1
General
N.A.
EE.2
Markings and instructions
N.A.
Use of markings or symbols………………………:
N.A.
Information of user instructions, maintenance and/or
servicing instructions………………………:
N.A.
EE.3
Inadvertent reactivation test………………………:
N.A.
EE.4
Disconnection of power to hazardous moving parts:
N.A.
Use of markings or symbols………………………:
N.A.
Protection against hazardous moving parts
N.A.
Test with test finger (Figure 2A) …………………:
N.A.
Test with wedge probe (Figure EE1 and EE2) …:
N.A.
EE.5
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1.5.1
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TABLE: list of critical components
object/part No.
manufacturer/
trademark
PWB
--
type/model
--
Pass
technical data
standard
Min. V-1, min. 105 °C UL 796
* Additional testing and evaluation may be required based on auditing agency’s discretion.
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mark(s) of
conformity
UL
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1.6.2
fuse #
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TABLE: electrical data (in normal conditions)
Irated (A)
U (V)
P (W)
I (A)
N.A.
Ifuse (A)
condition/status
Note(s):
2.1.1.5
TABLE: max. V, A, VA test
Voltage (rated)
Current (rated)
(V)
(A)
Voltage (max.)
(V)
Current (max.)
(A)
N.A.
VA (max.)
(VA)
Note(s)
2.1.1.7
TABLE: discharge test
Condition
τcalculated
(s)
N.A.
τmeasured
(s)
tu → 0V
(s)
Comments
Note(s)
2.2.2
TABLE: Hazardous voltage measurement
Transformer
Location
max. Voltage
V peak
N.A.
Voltage Limitation
Componet
V d.c.
Note(s)
2.2.3
TABLE: SEL voltage measurement
Location
N.A.
Voltage measured (V)
Comments
Note(s)
2.4.2
TABLE: limited current circuit measurement
Location
Voltage
Current
Freq.
(V)
(mA)
(kHz)
N.A.
Limit
(mA)
Comments
Note(s)
2.5
TABLE: limited power source measurement
Limits
According to Table 2B ( normal condition),
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N.A.
Measured
Verdict
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current (in A)
Apparent power (in VA)
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N.A.
 100
N.A.
Note(s):
2.6.3.4
TABLE: ground continue test
N.A.
Resistance measured(mΩ) Comments
Location
Note(s)
2.10.2
TABLE: working voltage measurement
Location
N.A.
RMS voltage (V)
Peak voltage (V)
Comments
Note(s)
2.10.3 and 2.10.4
TABLE: clearance and creepage distance measurements
clearance cl and creepage
distance dcr at/of:
Up
U r.m.s. (V) required cl
(mm)
(V)
cl (mm)
N.A.
required dcr
(mm)
dcr
(mm)
Notes:
2.10.5
TABLE: distance through insulation measurements
distance through insulation di at/of:
U r.m.s. (V)
N.A.
test
voltage
(V)
required di
(mm)
di (mm)
Note(s)
4.3.8
TABLE: Batteries
N.A.
The tests of 4.3.8 are applicable only when appropriate battery
data is not available
--
N.A.
Is it possible to install the battery in a reverse polarity position?
--
--
Non-rechargeable batteries
Discharging
Max.
current
during
normal
condition
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
--
--
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Un-intentiona
l charging
--
Rechargeable batteries
Charging
Discharging
Reversed charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
--
--
--
--
--
--
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Test results:
Verdict
- Chemical leaks
N.A.
- Explosion of the battery
N.A.
- Emission of flame or expulsion of molten metal
N.A.
- Electric strength tests of equipment after completion of tests
N.A.
Supplementary information:
4.5
TABLE: maximum temperatures
Pass
DC 7.0V

tamb1 (ºC) ................................................................
-- :
--

tamb2 (ºC) ................................................................
-- :
--

test voltage (V) ......................................................
:
DC 7.0V
temperature rise dT of part/at:
T (ºC)
allowed Tmax
(ºC)
TRBLU23-00200
TRBLU23-00300
--
(25.7C)85.0
(23.9C)85.0
--
PWB near U1
90.1
88.1
105
PWB near U4
90.1
88.3
105
Model Name:
Ambient
temperature T of winding:
R1 ()
dT (ºK)
R2 ()
allowed
Tmax (ºC)
insulation class
Supplementary information:
1) All values for T (ºC) are re-calculated from Tamb respectively.
2) The maximum ambient temperature specified by manufacturer is 85 ºC (Tma).
Maximum Normal Load: The unit communicated to other device then operation continuously
4.5.5
TABLE: ball pressure test of thermoplastics parts
Allowed impression diameter (mm):
part:
N.A.
 2 mm

test temperature
(ºC)
impression diameter
(mm)
Note(s)
4.7
Part
Table: Resistance to fire
Manufacturer of
material
Sporton International Inc.
Type of material
N.A.
Thickness
(mm)
Flammability
class
Evidence
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Note(s):
5.1.6
TABLE: touch current measurement
Condition
L→terminal A
(mA)
N.A.
Limit
N→terminal A
(mA)
Comments
Note(s):
5.2
TABLE: electric strength tests, impulse tests and voltage surge tests
test voltage applied between:
Voltage shape (AC,
DC, impulse, surge
test voltage (V)
N.A.
breakdown
Note(s)
5.3
No.
TABLE: fault condition tests
N.A.
ambient temperature (ºC) ..................................... :
--

model/type of power supply .................................. :
--

manufacturer of power supply .............................. :
--

rated markings of power supply ........................... :
--

component
No.
fault
Note(s)
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test voltage
(V)
test time
fuse
No.
fuse current result
(A)
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EN 60950-1:2006 – CENELEC COMMON MODIFICATIONS
Contents
Add the following annexes:
P
Annex ZA (normative)
Normative references to
international publications with their corresponding European publications
Annex ZB (normative)
Special national conditions
Annex ZC (informative)
General
Delete all the “country” notes in the reference document according to the following
list:
1.4.8
1.5.8
2.2.3
2.3.2.1
2.7.1
3.2.1.1
4.3.6
4.7.3.1
6
6.2.2
7.1
G.2.1
General
1.1.1
A-deviations
Note 2
Note 2
Note
Note 2
Note
Note
Note 1 & 2
Note 2
Note 2 & 5
Note 6.
Note 3
Note 2
1.5.1
1.5.9.4
2.2.4
2.3.4
2.10.3.2
3.2.4
4.7
5.1.7.1
6.1.2.1
2.2.1
7.2
Annex H
Note 2 & 3
Note
Note
Note 2
Note 2
Note 3.
Note 4
Note 3 & 4
Note 2
Note 2
Note
Note 2
1.5.7.1
1.7.2.1
2.3.2
2.6.3.3
2.10.5.13
2.5.1
4.7.2.2
5.3.7
6.1.2.2
6.2.2.2
7.3
Note
Note 4, 5 & 6
Note
Note 2 & 3
Note 3
Note 2
Note
Note 1
Note
Note
Note 1 & 2
Delete all the “country” notes in the reference document (IEC 60950-1:2005/A1)
according to the following list:
1.5.7.1
Note
6.1.2.1
Note 2
6.2.2.1
Note 2
EE.3
Note
P
Replace the text of NOTE 3 by the following
P
N/A
NOTE3 The requirements of EN 60065 may also be used to meet safety requirements for
multimedia equipment. See IEC Guide 112, Guide on the safety of multimedia equipment.
For television sets EN 60065 applies.
1.5.1
Add the following NOTE:
NOTE Z1 The use of certain substances in electrical and electronic equipment is restricted
within the EU: see Directive 2002/95/EC
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N/A
Basic requirements
To protect against excessive current, short-circuits and earth faults in PRIMARY
CIRCUITS, protective devices shall be included either as integral parts of the
equipment or as parts of the building installation, subject to the following, a), b) and
c):
a) except as detailed in b) and c), protective devices necessary to comply with the
requirements of 5.3 shall be included as parts of the equipment;
b) for components in series with the mains input to the equipment such as the
supply cord, appliance coupler, r.f.i. filter and switch, short-circuit and earth fault
protection may be provided by protective devices in the building installation;
c) it is permitted for PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE B or PERMANENTLY
CONNECTED EQUIPMENT, to rely on dedicated overcurrent and short-circuit
protection in the building installation, provided that the means of protection, e.g.
fuses or circuit breakers, is fully specified in the installation instructions.
If reliance is placed on protection in the building installation, the installation
instructions shall so state, except that for PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE A the
building installation shall be regarded as providing protection in accordance with the
rating of the wall socket outlet.
2.7.2
This subclause has been declared ‘void’.
N/A
3.2.3
Delete the NOTE in Table 3A, and delete also in this table the conduit sizes in
parentheses.
N/A
3.2.5.1
Replace “60245 IEC 53” by “H05 RR-F”;
“60227 IEC 52” by “H03 VV-F or H03 VVH2-F”;
“60227 IEC 53” by “H05 VV-F or H05 VVH2-F2”.
N/A
In Table 3B, replace the first four lines by the following:
| Up to and including 6
| Over 6 up to and including 10
| Over 10 up to and including 16
|
|
|
a)
0,75
b)
(0,75) 1,0
c)
(1,0)
1,5
|
|
|
In the conditions applicable to Table 3B delete the words “in some countries” in
a)
condition .
In NOTE 1, applicable to Table 3B, delete the second sentence.
3.3.4
In Table 3D, delete the fourth line: conductor sizes for 10 to 13 A, and replace with
the following:
| Over 10 up to and including 16 | 1,5 to 2,5
| 1,5 to 4 |
Delete the fifth line: conductor sizes for 13 to 16 A.
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Add the following NOTE:
N/A
NOTE Z1 Attention is drawn to:
1999/519/EC: Council Recommendation on the limitation of exposure of the general public to
electromagnetic fields 0 Hz to 300 GHz, and
2006/25/EC: Directive on the minimum health and safety requirements regarding the
exposure of workers to risks arising from physical agents (artifical optical radiation).
Standards taking into account mentioned Recommendation and Directive which demonstrate
compliance with the applicable EU Directive are indicated in the OJEC.
Annex H
Replace the last paragraph of this annex by:
N/A
At any point 10 cm from the surface of the OPERATOR ACCESS AREA, the dose
rate shall not exceed 1 μSv/h (0,1 mR/h) (see NOTE). Account is taken of the
background level.
Replace the notes as follows:
NOTE These values appear in Directive 96/29/Euratom.
Delete NOTE 2.
Biblio-graph
y
Additional EN standards.

Add the following note for the standard indicated:
IEC 60908
NOTE Harmonized as EN 60908

ZA
NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS WITH THEIR
CORRESPONDING EUROPEAN PUBLICATIONS
ZB
SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS
N/A
1.2.4.1
In Denmark, certain types of Class I appliances (see 3.2.1.1) may be provided with
a plug not establishing earthing conditions when inserted into Danish socket-outlets.
N/A
1.2.13.14
In Norway and Sweden, for requirements see 1.7.2.1 and 7.3 of this annex.
N/A
1.5.7.1
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, resistors bridging BASIC INSULATION in CLASS
I PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE A must comply with the requirements in 1.5.7.
1. In addition when a single resistor is used, the resistor must withstand the resistor
test in 1.5.7.2.
N/A
1.5.8
In Norway, due to the IT power system used (see annex V, Figure V.7), capacitors
are required to be rated for the applicable line-to-line voltage (230 V).
N/A
1.5.9.4
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, the third dashed sentence is applicable only to
equipment as defined in 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
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In Finland, Norway and Sweden, CLASS I PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE A
intended for connection to other equipment or a network shall, if safety relies on
connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the
network terminals and accessible parts, have a marking stating that the equipment
must be connected to an earthed mains socket-outlet.
N/A
The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows:
In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan"
In Norway: “Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt”
In Sweden: “Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag”
In Norway and Sweden, the screen of the cable distribution system is normally not
earthed at the entrance of the building and there is normally no equipotential
bonding system within the building. Therefore the protective earthing of the building
installation need to be isolated from the screen of a cable distribution system.
It is however accepted to provide the insulation external to the equipment by an
adapter or an interconnection cable with galvanic isolator, which may be provided by
e.g. a retailer.
The user manual shall then have the following or similar information in Norwegian
and Swedish language respectively, depending on in what country the equipment is
intended to be used in:
”Equipment connected to the protective earthing of the building installation
through the mains connection or through other equipment with a connection
to protective earthing – and to a cable distribution system using coaxial cable,
may in some circumstances create a fire hazard. Connection to a cable
distribution system has therfore to be provided through a device providing
electrical isolation below a certain frequency range (galvanic isolator, see EN
60728-11).”
NOTE In Norway, due to regulation for installations of cable distribution systems, and in
Sweden, a galvanic isolator shall provide electrical insulation below 5 MHz. The insulation
shall withstand a dielectric strength of 1.5 kV r.m.s., 50 Hz or 60 Hz, for 1min.
Translation to Norwegian (the Swedish text will also be accepted in Norway):
”Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via nettplugg og/eller via annet
jordtilkoplet utstyr – og er tilkoplet et kabel-TV nett, kan forårsake brannfare.
For å unngå dette skal det ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-TV nettet
installeres en galvanisk isolator mellom utstyret og kabel- TV nettet.”
Translation to Swedish:
”Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat vägguttag och/eller via annan
utrustning och samtidigt är kopplad till kabel-TV nät kan i vissa fall medföra risk för
brand. För att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av utrustningen till kabel-TV nät
galvanisk isolator finnas mellan utrusningen och kabel-TV nätet.”
1.7.5
In Denmark, socket-outlets for providing power to other equipment shall be in
accordance with the Heavy Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1, Standard Sheet
DK 1-3a, DK 1-5a or DK 1-7a, when used on Class I equipment. For STATIONARY
EQUIPMENT the socket-outlet shall be in accordance with Standard Sheet DK 1-1b
or DK 1-5a.
N/A
2.2.4
In Norway, for requirements see 1.7.2.1, 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
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In Finland, Norway and Sweden there are additional requirements for the
insulation. See 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
2.3.4
In Norway, for requirements see 1.7.2.1, 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
2.6.3.3
In the United Kingdom, the current rating of the circuit shall be taken as 13 A, not
16 A.
N/A
2.7.1
In the United Kingdom, to protect against excessive currents and short-circuits in
the PRIMARY CIRCUIT of DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT, tests according to 5.3
shall be conducted, using an external protective device rated 30 A or 32 A. If these
tests fail, suitable protective devices shall be included as integral parts of the
DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT, so that the requirements of 5.3 are met.
N/A
2.10.5.13
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, there are additional requirements for the
insulation, see 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
3.2.1.1
In Switzerland, supply cords of equipment having a RATED CURRENT not
exceeding 10 A shall be provided with a plug complying with SEV 1011 or IEC
60884-1 and one of the following dimension sheets:
N/A
SEV 6532-2.1991
SEV 6533-2.1991
SEV 6534-2.1991
Plug Type 15 3P+N+PE
Plug Type 11 L+N
Plug Type 12 L+N+PE
250/400 V, 10 A
250 V, 10 A
250 V, 10 A
In general, EN 60309 applies for plugs for currents exceeding 10 A. However, a 16
A plug and socket-outlet system is being introduced in Switzerland, the plugs of
which are according to the following dimension sheets, published in February 1998:
SEV 5932-2.1998
SEV 5933-2.1998
SEV 5934-2.1998
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Plug Type 25 3L+N+PE
Plug Type 21 L+N
Plug Type 23 L+N+PE
230/400 V, 16 A
250 V, 16 A
250 V, 16 A
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In Denmark, supply cords of single-phase equipment having a rated current not
exceeding13 A shall be provided with a plug according to the Heavy Current
Regulations, Section 107-2-D1.
N/A
CLASS I EQUIPMENT provided with socket-outlets with earth contacts or which are
intended to be used in locations where protection against indirect contact is required
according to the wiring rules shall be provided with a plug in accordance with
standard sheet DK 2-1a or DK 2-5a.
If poly-phase equipment and single-phase equipment having a RATED CURRENT
exceeding 13 A is provided with a supply cord with a plug, this plug shall be in
accordance with the Heavy Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1 or EN 60309-2.
3.2.1.1
In Spain, supply cords of single-phase equipment having a rated current not
exceeding 10 A shall be provided with a plug according to UNE 20315:1994.
N/A
Supply cords of single-phase equipment having a rated current not exceeding 2,5 A
shall be provided with a plug according to UNE-EN 50075:1993.
CLASS I EQUIPMENT provided with socket-outlets with earth contacts or which are
intended to be used in locations where protection against indirect contact is required
according to the wiring rules, shall be provided with a plug in accordance with
standard UNE 20315:1994.
If poly-phase equipment is provided with a supply cord with a plug, this plug shall be
in accordance with UNE-EN 60309-2.
3.2.1.1
In the United Kingdom, apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or cord and is
designed to be connected to a mains socket conforming to BS 1363 by means of
that flexible cable or cord and plug, shall be fitted with a ‘standard plug’ in
accordance with Statutory Instrument 1768:1994 - The Plugs and Sockets etc.
(Safety) Regulations 1994, unless exempted by those regulations.
N/A
NOTE ‘Standard plug’ is defined in SI 1768:1994 and essentially means an approved plug
conforming to BS 1363 or an approved conversion plug.
3.2.1.1
In Ireland, apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or cord and is designed to
be connected to a mains socket conforming to I.S. 411 by means of that flexible
cable or cord and plug, shall be fitted with a 13 A plug in accordance with Statutory
Instrument 525:1997 - National Standards Authority of Ireland (section 28) (13 A
Plugs and Conversion Adaptors for Domestic Use) Regulations 1997.
N/A
3.2.4
In Switzerland, for requirements see 3.2.1.1 of this annex.
N/A
3.2.5.1
In the United Kingdom, a power supply cord with conductor of 1,25 mm2 is allowed
for equipment with a rated current over 10 A and up to and including 13 A.
N/A
3.3.4
In the United Kingdom, the range of conductor sizes of flexible cords to be
accepted by terminals for equipment with a RATED CURRENT of over 10 A up to
and including 13 A is:
N/A
2
2
• 1,25 mm to 1,5 mm nominal cross-sectional area.
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4.3.6
In the United Kingdom, the torque test is performed using a socket outlet
complying with BS 1363 part 1:1995, including Amendment 1:1997 and
Amendment 2:2003 and the plug part of DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT shall be
assessed to BS 1363: Part 1, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3, 12.9, 12.11, 12.12, 12.13, 12.16 and
12.17, except that the test of 12.17 is performed at not less than 125 °C. Where the
metal earth pin is replaced by an Insulated Shutter Opening Device (ISOD), the
requirements of clauses 22.2 and 23 also apply.
N/A
4.3.6
In Ireland, DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT is known as plug similar devices. Such
devices shall comply with Statutory Instrument 526:1997 - National Standards
Authority of Ireland (Section 28) (Electrical plugs, plug similar devices and sockets
for domestic use) Regulations, 1997.
N/A
5.1.7.1
In Finland, Norway and Sweden TOUCH CURRENT measurement results
exceeding 3,5 mA r.m.s. are permitted only for the following equipment:
N/A
• STATIONARY PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE A that
○
is intended to be used in a RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION
where
equipotential bonding has been applied, for example, in a
telecommunication centre; and
○
has provision for a permanently connected PROTECTIVE
EARTHING
CONDUCTOR; and
○
is provided with instructions for the installation of that conductor by a
SERVICE PERSON;
• STATIONARY PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE B;
• STATIONARY PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT.
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In Finland, Norway and Sweden, add the following text between the first and
second paragraph of the compliance clause:
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If this insulation is solid, including insulation forming part of a component, it shall at
least consist of either
- two layers of thin sheet material, each of which shall pass the electric strength
test below, or
- one layer having a distance through insulation of at least 0,4 mm, which shall
pass the electric strength test below.
Alternatively for components, there is no distance through insulation requirements
for the insulation consisting of an insulating compound completely filling the casing,
so that CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCES do not exist, if the component
passes the electric strength test in accordance with the compliance clause below
and in addition
- passes the tests and inspection criteria of 2.10.11 with an electric strength test of
1,5 kV multiplied by 1,6 (the electric strength test of 2.10.10 shall be performed
using 1,5 kV), and
- is subject to ROUTINE TESTING for electric strength during manufacturing,
using a test voltage of 1,5 kV.
It is permitted to bridge this insulation with an optocoupler complying with 2.10.5.4
b).
It is permitted to bridge this insulation with a capacitor complying with
EN 60384-14:2005, subclass Y2.
A capacitor classified Y3 according to EN 60384-14:2005, may bridge this
insulation under the following conditions:
- the insulation requirements are satisfied by having a capacitor classified Y3 as
defined by EN 60384-14, which in addition to the Y3 testing, is tested with an
impulse test of 2,5 kV defined in EN 60950-1:2006, 6.2.2.1;
- the additional testing shall be performed on all the test specimens as described
in EN 60384-14;
- the impulse test of 2,5 kV is to be performed before the endurance test in
EN 60384-14, in the sequence of tests as described in EN 60384-14.
6.1.2.2
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, the exclusions are applicable for
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT, PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE B
and equipment intended to be used in a RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION where
equipotential bonding has been applied, e.g. in a telecommunication centre, and
which has provision for a permanently connected PROTECTIVE EARTHING
CONDUCTOR and is provided with instructions for the installation of that conductor
by a SERVICE PERSON.
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In Finland, Norway and Sweden, for requirements see 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this
annex.
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The term TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK in 6.1.2 being replaced by the term
CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
7.3
In Norway and Sweden, for requirements see 1.2.13.14 and 1.7.2.1 of this annex.
N/A
ZC
A-DEVIATIONS (informative)
N/A
1.5.1
Switzerland (Ordinance on environmentally hazardous substances SR 814.081,
Annex 1.7, Mercury - Annex 1.7 of SR 814.81 applies for mercury.)
N/A
Add the following:
NOTE In Switzerland, switches containing mercury such as thermostats, relays and level
controllers are not allowed.
1.7.2.1
Germany (Gesetz über technische Arbeitsmittel und Verbraucherprodukte (Geräteund Produktsicherheitsgesetz – GPSG) [Law on technical labour equipment and
consumer products], of 6th January 2004, Section 2, Article 4, Clause (4), Item 2).
N/A
If for the assurance of safety and health certain rules during use, amending or
maintenance of a technical labour equipment or readymade consumer product are
to be followed, a manual in German language has to be delivered when placing the
product on the market.
Of this requirement, rules for use even only by SERVICE PERSONS are not
exempted.
1.7.13
Switzerland (Ordinance on chemical hazardous risk reduction SR 814.81, Annex
2.15 Batteries)
Annex 2.15 of SR 814.81 applies for batteries.
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Zx
PROTECTION AGAINST EXCESSIVE SOUND PRESSURE FROM PERSONAL
MUSIC PLAYERS
N/A
Zx.1
General
N/A
This sub-clause specifies requirements for protection against excessive sound
pressure from personal music players that are closely coupled to the ear. It also
specifies requirements for earphones and headphones intended for use with
personal music players.
A personal music player is a portable equipment for personal use, that:
-
is designed to allow the user to listen to recorded or broadcast sound or video;
and
-
primarily uses headphones or earphones that can be worn in or on or around
the ears; and
-
allows the user to walk around while in use.
NOTE 1 Examples are hand-held or body-worn portable CD players, MP3 audio
players, mobile phones with MP3 type features, PDA's or similar equipment.
A personal music player and earphones or headphones intended to be used with
personal music players shall comply with the requirements of this sub-clause.
The requirements in this sub-clause are valid for music or video mode only.
The requirements do not apply:
-
while the personal music player is connected to an external amplifier; or
-
while the headphones or earphones are not used.
NOTE 2 An external amplifier is an amplifier which is not part of the personal music
player or the listening device, but which is intended to play the music as a
standalone music player.
The requirements do not apply to:
-
hearing aid equipment and professional equipment;
NOTE 3 Professional equipment is equipment sold through special sales channels.
All products sold through normal electronics stores are considered not to be
professional equipment.
-
analogue personal music players (personal music players without any kind of
digital processing of the sound signal) that are brought to the market before the
end of 2015.
NOTE 4 This exemption has been allowed because this technology is falling out of
use and it is expected that within a few years it will no longer exist. This exemption
will not be extended to other technologies.
For equipment which is clearly designed or intended for use by young children, the
limits of EN 71-1 apply.
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Equipment requirements
No safety provision is required for equipment that complies with the following:
-
equipment provided as a package (personal music player with its listening
device), where the acoustic output L Aeq,T is 5 85 dBA measured while playing
the fixed "programme simulation noise" as described in EN 50332-1; and
-
a personal music player provided with an analogue electrical output socket for a
listening device, where the electrical output is 5 27 mV measured as described
in EN 50332-2, while playing the fixed "programme simulation noise" as
described in EN 50332-1.
NOTE 1 Wherever the term acoustic output is used in this clause, the 30 s
A-weighted equivalent sound pressure level LAeq, T is meant. See also Zx.5 and
Annex Zx.
All other equipment shall:
a) protect the user from unintentional acoustic outputs exceeding those mentioned
above; and
b) have a standard acoustic output level not exceeding those mentioned above,
and automatically return to an output level not exceeding those mentioned
above when the power is switched off; and
c) provide a means to actively inform the user of the increased sound pressure
when the equipment is operated with an acoustic output exceeding those
mentioned above. Any means used shall be acknowledged by the user before
activating a mode of operation which allows for an acoustic output exceeding
those mentioned above. The acknowledgement does not need to be repeated
more than once every 20 h of cumulative listening time; and
NOTE 2 Examples of means include visual or audible signals. Action from the user
is always required.
NOTE 3 The 20 h listening time is the accumulative listening time, independent how
often and how long the personal music
player has been switched off.
d) have a warning as specified in Zx.3; and
e) not exceed the following:
1) equipment provided as a package (player with its listening device), the
acoustic output shall be 5 100 dBA measured while playing the fixed
"programme simulation noise" described in EN 50332-1; and
2) a personal music player provided with an analogue electrical output socket
for a listening device, the electrical output shall be 5 150 mV measured as
described in EN 50332-2, while playing the fixed "programme simulation
noise" described in EN 50332-1.
For music where the average sound pressure (long term L Aeq ,T) measured over
the duration of the song is lower than the average produced by the programme
simulation noise, the warning does not need to be given as long as the average
sound pressure of the song is below the basic limit of 85 dBA. In this case T
becomes the duration of the song.
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NOTE 4 Classical music typically has an average sound pressure (long term L
Aeq,T) which is much lower than the average programme simulation noise.
Therefore, if the player is capable to analyse the song and compare it with the
programme simulation noise, the warning does not need to be given as long as the
average sound pressure of the song is below the basic limit of 85 dBA.
For example, if the player is set with the programme simulation noise to 85 dBA, but
the average music level of the song is only 65 dBA, there is no need to give a
warning or ask an acknowledgement as long as the average sound level of the song
is not above the basic limit of 85 dBA.
Zx.3
Warning
N/A
The warning shall be placed on the equipment, or on the packaging, or in the
instruction manual and shall consist of the following:
-
the symbol of Figure 1 with a minimum height of 5 mm; and
-
the following wording, or similar:
To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long
periods.
Figure 1 ─ Warning label (IEC 60417-6044)
Alternatively, the entire warning may be given through the equipment display during
use, when the user is asked to acknowledge activation of the higher level.
Zx.4
Requirements for listening devices (headphones and earphones)
N/A
Zx.4.1
Wired listening devices with analogue input
N/A
With 94 dBA sound pressure output LAeq,T, the input voltage of the fixed
"programme simulation noise" described in EN 50332-2 shall be 75 mV.
This requirement is applicable in any mode where the headphones can operate
(active or passive), including any available setting (for example built-in volume level
control).
NOTE The values of 94 dBA — 75 mV correspond with 85dBA — 27 mV and 100
dBA — 150 mV.
Zx.4.2
Wired listening devices with digital input
With any playing device playing the fixed "programme simulation noise" described in
EN 50332-1 (and respecting the digital interface standards, where a digital interface
standard exists that specifies the equivalent acoustic level), the acoustic output
LAeq,T of the listening device shall be 100 dBA.
This requirement is applicable in any mode where the headphones can operate,
including any available setting (for example built-in volume level control, additional
sound feature like equalization, etc.).
NOTE An example of a wired listening device with digital input is a USB headphone.
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In wireless mode:
-
with any playing and transmitting device playing the fixed programme simulation
noise described in EN 50332-1; and
-
respecting the wireless transmission standards, where an air interface standard
exists that specifies the equivalent acoustic level; and
-
with volume and sound settings in the listening device (for example built-in
volume level control, additional sound feature like equalization, etc.) set to the
combination of positions that maximize the measured acoustic output for the
above-mentioned programme simulation noise,
the acoustic output LAeq,T of the listening device shall be 100 dBA.
NOTE An example of a wireless listening device is a Bluetooth headphone.
Zx.5
Measurement methods
Measurements shall be made in accordance with EN 50332-1 or EN 50332-2 as
applicable. Unless stated otherwise, the time interval T shall be 30 s.
NOTE Test method for wireless equipment provided without listening device should
be defined.
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