Barco MFCD-1219 TS User manual

Barco MFCD-1219 TS User manual
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TEST REPORT
IEC 60950-1 and/or EN 60950-1, First Edition
Information technology equipment – Safety –
Part 1: General requirements
Report reference No ......................: 78703
Tested by
(printed name and signature) ..........: Aries Kuo
Approved by
(printed name and signature) ..........: Andy Lee
Date of issue ...................................: December 20, 2006
Testing Laboratory Name .............: Nemko Taiwan
Phone: (+886) 2 8797 8790
Address ...........................................: 5 Fl., No. 409, Sec. 2, Tiding Blvd., Neihu, Taipei 114, Taiwan
Testing location ...............................:
Address ...........................................:
Applicant's Name ..........................:
Address ...........................................:
Test specification
Standard...........................................:
Test procedure ................................:
Non-standard test method ...............:
Test Report Form No. ....................:
CBTL
CCATL
SMT
TMP
Same as above
Barco N.V.
Pres Kennedypark 35, B-8500, Kortrijk, Belgium
IEC 60950-1:2001 and/or EN 60950-1:2001, A11:2004 First Edition
CB/CCA–scheme
N/A
IECEN60950_1B
TRF originator ................................................ : SGS Fimko Ltd
Master TRF .................................................... : dated 2003-03
Copyright © 2002 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE),
Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial purposes as long as the IECEE is acknowledged as copyright
owner and source of the material. IECEE takes no responsibility for and will not assume liability for damages resulting from the reader’s
interpretation of the reproduced material due to its placement and context.
Test item description ....................: LCD display monitor
Trade mark ......................................: BARCO n.v.
Manufacturer ...................................: Barco N.V.
Pres Kennedypark 35, B-8500, Kortrijk, Belgium
Model and/or type reference ...........: MFCD 1219 ...
(The dots “.” in model name can be A to Z, a to z, 0 to 9 or blank, for
marketing use only.)
Serial number ..................................: Test sample without serial number
Rating(s)...........................................: 4.16A 12Vdc
N-TRF Rev 2005-04
This Test Report , when bearing the Nemko name and logo is only valid when issued by a Nemko laboratory, or by a laboratory having
special agreement with Nemko.
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Name and address of production-sites (Factories):
Dong Guan Techview Technology Electronics Limited
Yue Yuen Industrial Estate, Huang Jiang Zhen, Dong Guan City, Guang Dong Province, P. R. China
Copy of marking plate:
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Summary of testing:
Tested according to national requirements
for the following countries:
Radio and television interference
suppression Compliance with the EMC
directive is necessary for achieving type
certification. The appliance shall comply
with the relevant EMC standards,
depending on the equipment in question.
In NO, compliance with standards for radio
interference suppression is a part of
Nemko’s certification.
In FI, DK and SE compliance is not
necessary for achieving safety certification.
1.7.12
Language of safety markings/instructions.
For Korean differences
7
Addition
EMC
The apparatus shall comply with the
relevant CISPR standards.
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All CENELEC members as listed in EN 60950-1:2001.
All CB members countries listed in CB Bulletin No. 110A,
dated June 2006 as follows: Argentina (AR), Austria (AT),
Australia (AU), Belgium (BE), Canada (CA), Switzerland
(CH), China (CN), Czech Republic (CZ), Germany (DE),
Denmark (DK), Finland (FI), France (FR), United Kingdom
(GB), Greece (GR), Hungary (HU), Israel (IL), India (IN),
Italy (IT), Kenya (KE), Korea (KR), Malaysia (MY), The
Netherlands (NL), Norway (NO), Poland (PL), Sweden (SE),
Singapore (SG), Slovenia (SI), Slovakia (SK) and United
States of America (US). All country differences listed in the
CB Bulletin are covered by the Common Modifications,
Special National Conditions, National Differences and
National Requirements noted above except for the following
countries which are documented in Country Differences.
Attachments attached to this report.
The manufacturer has self-declared according to the EMC
directive.
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.
Must be considered when marketing in Korea.
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List of attachments:
1. Photos (4 pages)
2. Australian differences (8 pages)
3. Canadian differences (5 pages)
4. Korean differences (1 page)
5. Singapore differences (2 pages)
6. US differences (4 pages)
Test items particulars
Equipment mobility ..................................... :
Movable equipment.
Operating condition ..................................... : Full white display with max. brightness and contrast,
horizontal and vertical deflection, picture provided from a
signal generator.
Mains supply tolerance (%)......................... : DC supplied
Tested for IT power systems ...................... :
DC supplied
IT testing, phase-phase voltage (V) :
DC supplied
Class of equipment ..................................... : Class III
Mass of equipment (kg)............................... : Max. 7.68 kg
Max. Dimensions: 450 x 461.8 x 213.9 mm
Protection against ingress of water ............ : IP 20
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 ......................... :
December, 2006
Date(s) of performance of test ................... : December, 2006
General remarks
”This report is not valid as a CB Test Report unless appended by an approved CB Testing
Laboratory and appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by an NCB in accordance with IECEE 02”.
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 attachment #)" refers to additional information appended to the report.
"(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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General product information:
The unit is a Class III 19” colour display LCD monitor.
The unit is provided with L.P.S. adapter.
Connection to the supply: Pluggable equipment type A.
Circuit characteristics: The equipment contains secondary (SELV) and limited current circuits.
Maximum recommended ambient (Tmra): 40°C
1.1.2 - Additional requirements:
Exposure to extreme temperatures, excessive dust, moisture or vibration; to flammable gases; to
corrosive or explosive atmospheres:
This equipment is intended to operate in a "normal" environment (Offices and homes).
Electromedical equipment connected to the patient:
This equipment is not an electromedical equipment intended to be physically connected to a patient.
Equipment used in vehicles, ships or aircrafts, in tropical countries, or at elevations > 2000m:
This equipment is intended to operate in a "normal" environment (Offices and homes).
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IEC 60950-1 / EN 60950-1
Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
Verdict
1
GENERAL
P
1.5
Components
P
1.5.1
General
P
Comply with IEC 60950 or relevant component
standard
(see appended table 1.5.1)
P
1.5.2
Evaluation and testing of components
Certified components are used
in accordance with their ratings,
certifications and they comply
with applicable parts of this
standard.
Components not certified are
used in accordance with their
ratings and they comply with
applicable parts of IEC 60950-1
and the relevant component
standard.
Components, for which no
relevant IEC-standard exists,
have been tested under the
conditions occurring in the
equipment, using applicable
parts of IEC 60950-1.
P
1.5.3
Thermal controls
No thermal controls.
N
1.5.4
Transformers
No isolating transformer in the
equipment.
N
1.5.5
Interconnecting cables
No interconnecting cable.
N
1.5.6
Capacitors in primary circuits .............................:
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.5.7
Double insulation or reinforced insulation bridged Refer below:
by components
N
1.5.7.1
General
Refer below:
—
1.5.7.2
Bridging capacitors
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.5.7.3
Bridging resistors
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.5.7.4
Accessible parts
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.5.8
Components in equipment for IT power systems
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.6
Power interface
1.6.1
AC power distribution systems
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P
The equipment is Class III.
N
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
1.6.2
Input current
(see appended table 1.6.2)
P
1.6.3
Voltage limit of hand-held equipment
The equipment is not handheld.
N
1.6.4
Neutral conductor
The equipment is Class III.
N
1.7
Marking and instructions
1.7.1
Power rating
The required marking is located
on the outside surface of the
equipment.
P
Rated voltage(s) or voltage range(s) (V) ............:
12Vdc
—
Symbol for nature of supply, for d.c. only ............:
IEC 60417-1, symbol No. 5031,
is used.
P
Rated frequency or rated frequency range (Hz) :
DC supplied
N
Rated current (mA or A) .....................................:
4.16A
—
Manufacturer’s name or trademark or
identification mark ...............................................:
BARCO n.v.
—
Type/model or type reference .............................:
MFCD 1219 ...
—
Symbol for Class II equipment only ....................:
The equipment is Class III.
N
Other symbols ....................................................:
The additional marking does
not give rise to
misunderstandings.
—
Certification marks ..............................................:
Refer to copy of marking plates.
—
1.7.2
Safety instructions
The unit can only be connected
to adapters listed in the user
manual, refer to marking plate.
The class I warning is applied
on label of adapter.
1.7.3
Short duty cycles
The equipment is intended for
continuous operation.
N
1.7.4
Supply voltage adjustment .................................:
No voltage selector.
N
1.7.5
Power outlets on the equipment .........................:
No standard power outlet.
N
1.7.6
Fuse identification ...............................................:
Class III equipment.
N
1.7.7
Wiring terminals
Refer below:
—
1.7.7.1
Protective earthing and bonding terminals .........:
Class III equipment.
N
1.7.7.2
Terminal for a.c. mains supply conductors
Class III equipment.
N
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Verdict
P
P
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
1.7.7.3
Terminals for d.c. mains supply conductors
The equipment is not
permanently connected or
provided with a non-detachable
power supply cord.
N
1.7.8
Controls and indicators
Refer below:
—
1.7.8.1
Identification, location and marking ....................:
The function of controls
affecting safety is obvious
without knowledge of language
etc.
P
1.7.8.2
Colours ..............................................................:
For functional indication a LED
lights when the equipment is
operating.
P
1.7.8.3
Symbols according to IEC 60417 ........................:
The functional switch (located
in front side of enclosure) is
marked with the symbol for
"stand-by" (IEC 60417 No.
5009).
P
1.7.8.4
Markings using figures ......................................:
Controls are using figures for
functional purpose only.
N
1.7.9
Isolation of multiple power sources ....................:
Class III equipment.
N
1.7.10
IT power distribution systems
Class III equipment.
N
1.7.11
Thermostats and other regulating devices
No thermostats or other
regulating devices.
N
1.7.12
Language ............................................................:
Instructions and markings shall
be in a language acceptable for
the country where the
equipment is to be used.
—
1.7.13
Durability
The marking withstands
required tests.
P
1.7.14
Removable parts
No marking is placed on
removable parts.
N
1.7.15
Replaceable batteries
No battery in the equipment.
N
Language.............................................................:
Verdict
—
1.7.16
Operator access with a tool.................................:
All areas containing hazard(s)
are inaccessible to the
operator.
N
1.7.17
Equipment for restricted access locations...........:
Equipment not intended for
installation in RAL.
N
2
PROTECTION FROM HAZARDS
P
2.1
Protection from electric shock and energy hazards
P
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
Verdict
2.1.1
Protection in operator access areas
Refer below:
—
2.1.1.1
Access to energized parts
Energized parts are not
accessible
P
Test by inspection ...............................................:
—
Test with test finger ............................................:
—
Test with test pin .................................................:
—
Test with test probe ............................................:
—
2.1.1.2
Battery compartments ........................................:
No TNV circuits in the
equipment.
N
2.1.1.3
Access to ELV wiring
No internal wiring at ELV
accessible to the operator.
N
Working voltage (V); minimum distance (mm)
through insulation
—
2.1.1.4
Access to hazardous voltage circuit wiring
Class III equipment
N
2.1.1.5
Energy hazards ..................................................:
No energy hazard in operator
access area.
N
2.1.1.6
Manual controls
Class III equipment
N
2.1.1.7
Discharge of capacitors in equipment
Class III equipment
N
Time-constant (s); measured voltage (V)............:
—
2.1.2
Protection in service access areas
Checked by inspection,
unintentional contact is unlikely
during service operations.
N
2.1.3
Protection in restricted access locations
Equipment not intended for
installation in RAL.
N
2.2
SELV circuits
2.2.1
General requirements
SELV limits are not exceeded
under normal condition and
after a single fault.
P
2.2.2
Voltages under normal conditions (V) .................:
Within SELV limits.
P
2.2.3
Voltages under fault conditions (V) .....................:
Within SELV limits.
P
2.2.3.1
Separation by double insulation or reinforced
insulation (method 1)
Class III equipment.
N
2.2.3.2
Separation by earthed screen (method 2)
Class III equipment.
N
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
2.2.3.3
Protection by earthing of the SELV circuit
(method 3)
Class III equipment.
2.2.4
Connection of SELV circuits to other circuits .......: SELV circuits are only
connected to other SELV and
limited current circuits.
P
2.3
TNV circuits
N
2.3.1
Limits
No TNV circuits in the
equipment.
Verdict
N
N
Type of TNV circuits ............................................:
N
Separation from other circuits and from
accessible parts
N
Insulation employed.............................................:
—
Separation from hazardous voltages
N
Insulation employed.............................................:
—
Connection of TNV circuits to other circuits
N
Insulation employed.............................................:
—
2.3.5
Test for operating voltages generated externally
N
2.4
Limited current circuits
P
2.4.1
General requirements
Considered. Refer below:
P
2.4.2
Limit values
See appended table 2.4.
—
Frequency (Hz)....................................................:
See appended table 2.4.
—
Measured current (mA) .......................................:
See appended table 2.4.
—
Measured voltage (V) ..........................................:
See appended table 2.4.
—
Measured capacitance (μF) ................................:
Circuit capacitance: 12pF
(limit: 45/3.2kV=17.3nF)
P
2.4.3
Connection of limited current circuits to other
circuits
Under normal operating and
single fault conditions.
P
2.5
Limited power sources
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
Inherently limited output
N
Class III equipment.
N
Impedance limited output
—
Overcurrent protective device limited output
N
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
Verdict
Regulating network limited output under normal
operating and single fault condition
N
Regulating network limited output under normal
operating conditions and overcurrent protective
device limited output under single fault condition
—
Output voltage (V), output current (A), apparent
power (VA)......................................................... :
—
Current rating of overcurrent protective device (A)
—
2.6
Provisions for earthing and bonding
N
2.6.1
Protective earthing
2.6.2
Functional earthing
N
2.6.3
Protective earthing and protective bonding
conductors
—
2.6.3.1
General
—
2.6.3.2
Size of protective earthing conductors
Class III equipment
N
2
2.6.3.3
N
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG ....................................................................:
—
Size of protective bonding conductors
N
2
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG ....................................................................:
—
2.6.3.4
Resistance (Ω) of earthing conductors and their
terminations, test current (A) ...............................:
N
2.6.3.5
Colour of insulation..............................................:
N
2.6.4
Terminals
N
2.6.4.1
General
N
2.6.4.2
Protective earthing and bonding terminals
N
Rated current (A), type and nominal thread
diameter (mm) .....................................................:
—
2.6.4.3
Separation of the protective earthing conductor
from protective bonding conductors
N
2.6.5
Integrity of protective earthing
—
2.6.5.1
Interconnection of equipment
N
2.6.5.2
Components in protective earthing conductors
and protective bonding conductors
N
2.6.5.3
Disconnection of protective earth
N
2.6.5.4
Parts that can be removed by an operator
N
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Clause
Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
2.6.5.5
Parts removed during servicing
N
2.6.5.6
Corrosion resistance
N
2.6.5.7
Screws for protective bonding
N
2.6.5.8
Reliance on telecommunication network or cable
distribution system
N
2.7
Overcurrent and earth fault protection in primary circuits
N
2.7.1
Basic requirements
N
Class III equipment.
Verdict
Instructions when protection relies on building
installation
—
2.7.2
Faults not covered in 5.3
N
2.7.3
Short-circuit backup protection
N
2.7.4
Number and location of protective devices ........:
N
2.7.5
Protection by several devices
N
2.7.6
Warning to service personnel..............................:
N
2.8
Safety interlocks
N
2.8.1
General principles
2.8.2
Protection requirements
N
2.8.3
Inadvertent reactivation
N
2.8.4
Fail-safe operation
N
2.8.5
Moving parts
N
2.8.6
Overriding
N
2.8.7
Switches and relays
N
2.8.7.1
Contact gaps (mm) ............................................ :
N
2.8.7.2
Overload test
N
2.8.7.3
Endurance test
N
2.8.7.4
Electric strength test
N
2.8.8
Mechanical actuators
N
2.9
Electrical insulation
N
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No safety interlocks
N
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Clause
2.9.1
Requirement – Test
Properties of insulating materials
Result – Remark
2.9.2
Humidity conditioning
No hygroscopic materials used.
No electrical insulation’s
required for safety purpose.
Neither natural rubber,
materials containing asbestos
nor hygroscopic materials are
used as insulation. No driving
belts or couplings used.
Verdict
N
N
Humidity (%) .......................................................:
—
Temperature (°C) ................................................:
—
2.9.3
Grade of insulation
2.10
Clearances, creepage distances and distances through insulation
N
2.10.1
General
N
2.10.2
Determination of working voltage
N
2.10.3
Clearances
N
2.10.3.1
General
—
2.10.3.2
Clearances in primary circuit
N
2.10.3.3
Clearances in secondary circuits
N
2.10.3.4
Measurement of transient voltage levels
N
2.10.4
Creepage distances
N
CTI tests ............................................................. :
—
2.10.5
Solid insulation
N
2.10.5.1
Minimum distance through insulation
N
2.10.5.2
Thin sheet material
N
Number of layers (pcs) ....................................... :
—
Electric strength test
—
Printed boards
N
Distance through insulation
—
Electric strength test for thin sheet insulating
material
—
Number of layers (pcs) ....................................... :
—
Wound components
N
Number of layers (pcs) ....................................... :
N
Two wires in contact inside wound component;
angle between 45° and 90° ............................... :
N
2.10.5.3
2.10.5.4
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Class III equipment.
Class III equipment.
N
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2.10.6
Coated printed boards
N
2.10.6.1
General
N
2.10.6.2
Sample preparation and preliminary inspection
N
2.10.6.3
Thermal cycling
N
2.10.6.4
Thermal ageing (°C) ........................................... :
N
2.10.6.5
Electric strength test
N
2.10.6.6
Abrasion resistance test
N
Electric strength test
—
Enclosed and sealed parts ................................. :
N
Temperature T1=T2 = Tma – Tamb +10K (°C) ....... :
—
Spacings filled by insulating compound ............. :
N
Electric strength test
—
2.10.9
Component external terminations
N
2.10.10
Insulation with varying dimensions
N
3
WIRING, CONNECTIONS AND SUPPLY
P
3.1
General
P
3.1.1
Current rating and overcurrent protection
Adequate cross sectional areas
on internal wiring.
P
3.1.2
Protection against mechanical damage
Wireways are smooth and free
from edges. Wires are
adequately fixed to prevent
excessive strain on wire and
terminals and avoiding damage
to the insulation of the
conductors.
P
3.1.3
Securing of internal wiring
Internal wiring is secured
against excessive strain,
loosening of terminals and
damage to the conductor
insulation.
P
3.1.4
Insulation of conductors
Not applicable
N
3.1.5
Beads and ceramic insulators
No beads or similar ceramic
insulators on conductors.
N
3.1.6
Screws for electrical contact pressure
No electrical contact pressure
N
2.10.7
2.10.8
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Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
3.1.7
Insulating materials in electrical connections
No contact pressure through
insulating material.
N
3.1.8
Self-tapping and spaced thread screws
Thread-cutting or space thread
screws are not used for
electrical connections.
N
3.1.9
Termination of conductors
Not applicable.
N
10 N pull test
Not applicable.
N
3.1.10
Sleeving on wiring
No sleeving used on wiring
N
3.2
Connection to an a.c. mains supply or a d.c. mains supply
N
3.2.1
Means of connection ..........................................:
N
3.2.1.1
Connection to an a.c. mains supply
N
3.2.1.2
Connection to a d.c. mains supply
N
3.2.2
Multiple supply connections
N
3.2.3
Permanently connected equipment
N
Number of conductors, diameter (mm) of cable
and conduits .......................................................:
—
3.2.4
Appliance inlets
N
3.2.5
Power supply cords
N
3.2.5.1
AC power supply cords
N
Type.....................................................................:
2
Class III equipment. No direct
connection to mains.
Verdict
—
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG ................................................................... :
—
3.2.5.2
DC power supply cords
N
3.2.6
Cord anchorages and strain relief
N
Mass of equipment (kg), pull (N) ...................... :
—
Longitudinal displacement (mm) ....................... :
—
3.2.7
Protection against mechanical damage
N
3.2.8
Cord guards
N
D (mm); test mass (g) ........................................ :
—
Radius of curvature of cord (mm)....................... :
—
Supply wiring space
N
3.2.9
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3.3
Wiring terminals for connection of external conductors
N
3.3.1
Wiring terminals
N
3.3.2
Connection of non-detachable power supply
cords
N
3.3.3
Screw terminals
N
3.3.4
Conductor sizes to be connected
N
Rated current (A), cord/cable type, crosssectional area (mm2) ...........................................:
—
Wiring terminal sizes
N
Rated current (A), type and nominal thread
diameter (mm) ....................................................:
—
3.3.6
Wiring terminals design
N
3.3.7
Grouping of wiring terminals
N
3.3.8
Stranded wire
N
3.4
Disconnection from the mains supply
N
3.4.1
General requirement
3.4.2
Disconnect devices
N
3.4.3
Permanently connected equipment
N
3.4.4
Parts which remain energized
N
3.4.5
Switches in flexible cords
N
3.4.6
Single-phase equipment and d.c. equipment
N
3.4.7
Three-phase equipment
N
3.4.8
Switches as disconnect devices
N
3.4.9
Plugs as disconnect devices
N
3.4.10
Interconnected equipment
N
3.4.11
Multiple power sources
N
3.5
Interconnection of equipment
P
3.5.1
General requirements
3.5.2
Types of interconnection circuits ..........................: SELV circuit and limited current
circuit.
3.5.3
ELV circuits as interconnection circuits
3.3.5
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Class III equipment. No direct
connection to mains.
Class III equipment. No direct
connection to mains.
Considered.
No ELV interconnections.
Verdict
N
P
—
N
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PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
P
4.1
Stability
P
Angle of 10°
Result – Remark
Verdict
Unit does not overbalance at
10°.
P
Test: force (N).......................................................: The unit is not floor-standing.
N
4.2
Mechanical strength
P
4.2.1
General
Considered.
P
4.2.2
Steady force test, 10 N
10N were applied to
components. No energy or
other hazards.
P
4.2.3
Steady force test, 30 N
30N were applied to internal
metal shielding. No energy or
other hazards.
P
4.2.4
Steady force test, 250 N
250N were applied to outer
enclosure. No energy or other
hazards.
P
4.2.5
Impact test
Refer below:
—
Fall test
No hazard voltage part inside
the unit, the testing is not
necessary.
N
Swing test
No hazard voltage part inside
the unit, the testing is not
necessary.
N
4.2.6
Drop test
Drop test not applicable.
N
4.2.7
Stress relief test
Internal metal enclosure
considered fire enclosure.
P
4.2.8
Cathode ray tubes
CRT(s) not used in the
equipment.
N
Picture tube separately certified ......................... :
—
4.2.9
High pressure lamps
No high pressure lamps in the
equipment.
N
4.2.10
Wall or ceiling mounted equipment; force (N) ... :
23.04kg. The equipment and its
associated mounting means
still remain secure during the
test.
P
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4.3
Design and construction
4.3.1
Edges and corners
All edges and corners are
rounded and/or smoothed.
P
4.3.2
Handles and manual controls; force (N)............. :
No knobs, grips, handles, lever
etc.
N
4.3.3
Adjustable controls
No hazardous adjustable
controls.
N
4.3.4
Securing of parts
No loosening of parts impairing
creepage distances or
clearances is likely to occur.
P
4.3.5
Connection of plugs and sockets
SELV connectors do not
comply with IEC 60320 or
IEC 60083.
4.3.6
Direct plug-in equipment
Not intended to plug directly
into a wall socket-outlet.
P
P
N
Dimensions (mm) of mains plug for direct
plug-in ...............................................................:
—
Torque and pull test of mains plug for direct
plug-in; torque (Nm); pull (N)...............................:
—
4.3.7
Heating elements in earthed equipment
No heating elements provided.
N
4.3.8
Batteries
No batteries in the equipment.
N
4.3.9
Oil and grease
Insulation is not exposed to oil,
grease etc.
N
4.3.10
Dust, powders, liquids and gases
The equipment does not
contain flammable liquids or
gases.
N
4.3.11
Containers for liquids or gases
No containers for liquids or
gases in the equipment.
N
4.3.12
Flammable liquids............................................... :
The equipment does not
contain flammable liquid.
N
Quantity of liquid (l)............................................. :
—
Flash point (°C)................................................... :
—
4.3.13
Radiation; type of radiation ................................ :
Refer below:
—
4.3.13.1
General
Refer below:
—
4.3.13.2
Ionizing radiation
The equipment does not
generate ionizing radiation.
N
Measured radiation (pA/kg) .................................:
—
Measured high-voltage (kV) ................................:
—
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Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
Verdict
Measured focus voltage (kV) ...............................:
—
CRT markings ......................................................:
—
Effect of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on materials
The equipment does not
produce significant UV
radiation.
N
Part, property, retention after test, flammability
classification ........................................................:
—
4.3.13.4
Human exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation .....: The equipment does not
produce significant UV
radiation.
N
4.3.13.5
Laser (including LEDs)
P
Diffusive LED only.
Laser class ..........................................................:
—
4.3.13.6
Other types ..........................................................: The equipment does not
generate other types of
radiation.
N
4.4
Protection against hazardous moving parts
4.4.1
General
Refer below
N
4.4.2
Protection in operator access areas
No moving parts.
N
4.4.3
Protection in restricted access locations
Not intended for installation in
RAL.
N
4.4.4
Protection in service access areas
Unintentional contact is not
likely in service access areas.
N
4.5
Thermal requirements
4.5.1
Maximum temperatures
(see appended table 4.5)
P
Normal load condition per Annex L .....................:
Rated load with continuous
operation.
—
4.5.2
Resistance to abnormal heat
No thermoplastic parts carrying
hazardous voltages.
N
4.6
4.6.1
Openings in enclosures
Top and side openings
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N
P
Refer below:
P
P
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Requirement – Test
Result – Remark
Dimensions (mm) ...............................................:
External plastic enclosure:
Top:
4.9 x 2.5 mm and 2.5 x 3.2 mm.
Sides: no opening.
Rear:
3.0 mm in diameter and 2.5 x
3.2 mm.
Bottoms of fire enclosures
Construction of the bottom ..................................:
Internal metal enclosure:
Top: 3.8 mm in diameter.
Sides: 3.8 mm in diameter.
Rear: 3.8 mm in diameter.
Refer below:
External plastic enclosure:
No openings.
Internal metal enclosure:
3.8 mm in diameter.
No hazard voltage component
located in this area.
No doors or covers.
Verdict
—
P
—
N
4.6.3
Doors or covers in fire enclosures
4.6.4
Openings in transportable equipment
The unit is not regarded as
transportable equipment.
N
4.6.5
Adhesives for constructional purposes
No barrier secured by adhesive
inside enclosure.
N
Conditioning temperature (°C)/time (weeks) .......:
—
4.7
Resistance to fire
P
4.7.1
Reducing the risk of ignition and spread of flame
Refer below:
N
Method 1, selection and application of
components wiring and materials
The unit is supplied by limited
power source, fire enclosure is
not required.
N
Method 2, application of all of simulated fault
condition tests
N
4.7.2
Conditions for a fire enclosure
Refer below:
P
4.7.2.1
Parts requiring a fire enclosure
Refer below:
N
4.7.2.2
Parts not requiring a fire enclosure
The unit is supplied by limited
power source, fire enclosure is
not required.
N
4.7.3
Materials
Refer to below:
P
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4.7.3.1
General
Components and materials
have adequate flammability
classification. See appended
table 1.5.1.
P
4.7.3.2
Materials for fire enclosures
The unit is supplied by limited
power source, fire enclosure is
not required.
N
4.7.3.3
Materials for components and other parts outside The unit is supplied by limited
fire enclosures
power source, fire enclosure is
not required.
N
4.7.3.4
Materials for components and other parts inside
fire enclosures
The unit is supplied by limited
power source, fire enclosure is
not required.
N
4.7.3.5
Materials for air filter assemblies
No air filters in the equipment.
N
4.7.3.6
Materials used in high-voltage components
No parts exceeding 4kV.
N
5
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SIMULATED ABNORMAL CONDITIONS
N
5.1
Touch current and protective conductor current
N
5.1.1
General
5.1.2
Equipment under test (EUT)
N
5.1.3
Test circuit
—
5.1.4
Application of measuring instrument
—
5.1.5
Test procedure
—
5.1.6
Test measurements
—
Test voltage (V) ................................................. :
—
Measured touch current (mA) ............................ :
N
Max. allowed touch current (mA) ....................... :
—
Measured protective conductor current (mA) .... :
—
Max. allowed protective conductor current (mA) :
—
5.1.7
Equipment with touch current exceeding
3.5 mA ............................................................. :
N
5.1.8
Touch currents to and from telecommunication
networks and cable distribution systems and from
telecommunication networks
—
5.1.8.1
Limitation of the touch current to a
telecommunication network and a cable
distribution system
N
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TNV circuit.
Verdict
N
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Verdict
Test voltage (V) ................................................. :
—
Measured touch current (mA) ............................ :
—
Max. allowed touch current (mA) ....................... :
—
5.1.8.2
Summation of touch currents from
telecommunication networks .............................. :
N
5.2
Electric strength
N
5.2.1
General
5.2.2
Test procedure
N
5.3
Abnormal operating and fault conditions
P
5.3.1
Protection against overload and abnormal
operation
(see appended table 5.3)
P
5.3.2
Motors
No motors.
N
5.3.3
Transformers
No safety insulation
transformer in the unit.
N
5.3.4
Functional insulation........................................... :
Complies with a) and c).
P
5.3.5
Electromechanical components
No electromechanical
components in secondary
circuits.
N
5.3.6
Simulation of faults
See the enclosed fault
condition tests.
P
5.3.7
Unattended equipment
No thermostats, temperature
limiters or thermal cut-outs
N
5.3.8
Compliance criteria for abnormal operating and
fault conditions
No fire or molten metal
occurred and no deformation of
enclosure during the tests.
P
6
CONNECTION TO TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
N
6.1
Protection of telecommunication network service persons, and users of other
equipment connected to the network, from hazards in the equipment
N
6.1.1
Protection from hazardous voltages
N
6.1.2
Separation of the telecommunication network
from earth
N
6.1.2.1
Requirements
N
Test voltage (V) ................................................. :
—
Current in the test circuit (mA) .......................... :
—
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No TNV circuits
N
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6.1.2.2
Exclusions .......................................................... :
N
6.2
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages on telecommunication networks
N
6.2.1
Separation requirements
N
6.2.2
Electric strength test procedure
N
6.2.2.1
Impulse test
N
6.2.2.2
Steady-state test
N
6.2.2.3
Compliance criteria
N
6.3
Protection of the telecommunication wiring system from overheating
N
Max. output current (A)....................................... :
—
Current limiting method ...................................... :
—
7
CONNECTION TO CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
N
7.1
Protection of cable distribution system service
persons, and users of other equipment
connected to the system, from hazardous
voltages in the equipment
N
7.2
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages
on the cable distribution system
N
7.3
Insulation between primary circuits and cable
distribution systems
N
7.3.1
General
N
7.3.2
Voltage surge test
N
7.3.3
Impulse test
N
A
ANNEX A, TESTS FOR RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND FIRE
N
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.1.1
Samples.............................................................. :
N
No TNV circuits
Not connected to cable
distribution systems.
Mass < 18kg
Verdict
Wall thickness (mm) ........................................... :
—
A.1.2
Conditioning of samples; temperature (°C) ........ :
N
A.1.3
Mounting of samples .......................................... :
N
A.1.4
Test flame
N
A.1.5
Test procedure
N
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A.1.6
Compliance criteria
N
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)
N
A.2.1
Samples, material............................................... :
N
All materials have suitable
flame class, no testing
required.
Verdict
Wall thickness (mm) ........................................... :
—
A.2.2
Conditioning of samples
N
A.2.3
Mounting of samples
N
A.2.4
Test flame
N
A.2.5
Test procedure
N
A.2.6
Compliance criteria
N
Sample 1 burning time (s) .................................. :
—
Sample 2 burning time (s) .................................. :
—
Sample 3 burning time (s) .................................. :
—
Alternative test acc. to IEC 60695-2-2, cl. 4, 8
N
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.3.1
Mounting of samples
N
A.3.2
Test procedure
N
A.3.3
Compliance criterion
N
B
ANNEX B, MOTOR TESTS UNDER ABNORMAL CONDITIONS (see 4.7.2.2 and
5.3.2)
N
B.1
General requirements
N
A.2.7
B.1 – B.10
No motors in the equipment
Position ...............................................................:
—
Manufacturer ......................................................:
—
Type ....................................................................:
—
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Rated values ......................................................:
—
B.2
Test conditions
N
B.3
Maximum temperatures
N
B.4
Running overload test
N
B.5
Locked-rotor overload test
N
Test duration (days) ............................................:
—
Electric strength test: test voltage (V) .................:
—
B.6
Running overload test for d.c. motors in
secondary circuits
N
B.7
Locked-rotor overload test for d.c. motors in secondary circuits
N
B.7.1
Test procedure
N
B.7.2
Alternative test procedure; test time (h) ...............:
N
B.7.3
Electric strength test
N
B.8
Test for motors with capacitors
N
B.9
Test for three-phase motors
N
B.10
Test for series motors
N
Operating voltage (V) .........................................:
—
ANNEX C, TRANSFORMERS (see 1.5.4 and 5.3.3)
N
Position ...............................................................: No safety insulation
transformer
—
Manufacturer ......................................................:
—
Type ....................................................................:
—
Rated values ......................................................:
—
Method of protection........................................... :
—
C.1
Overload test
N
C.2
Insulation
N
Protection from displacement of windings.......... :
N
D
ANNEX D, MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR TOUCH-CURRENT TESTS
N
D.1
Measuring instrument
N
D.2
Alternative measuring instrument
N
E
ANNEX E, TEMPERATURE RISE OF A WINDING
N
C
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F
ANNEX F, MEASUREMENT OF CLEARANCES AND CREEPAGE DISTANCES
(see 2.10)
N
G
ANNEX G, ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR DETERMINING MINIMUM
CLEARANCES
N
G.1
Summary of the procedure for determining
minimum clearances
N
G.2
Determination of mains transient voltage (V) ..... :
N
G.2.1
AC mains supply
N
G.2.2
DC mains supply
N
G.3
Determination of telecommunication network
transient voltage (V) ........................................... :
N
G.4
Determination of required withstand voltage (V) :
N
G.5
Measurement of transient levels (V)................... :
N
G.6
Determination of minimum clearances............... :
N
H
ANNEX H, IONIZING RADIATION (see 4.3.13)
N
J
ANNEX J, TABLE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIALS (see 2.6.5.6)
N
Metal used ...........................................................:
—
K
ANNEX K, THERMAL CONTROLS (see 1.5.3 and 5.3.7)
N
K.1
Making and breaking capacity
N
K.2
Thermostat reliability; operating voltage (V)....... :
N
K.3
Thermostat endurance test; operating voltage
(V) ..................................................................... :
N
K.4
Temperature limiter endurance; operating voltage
(V) ...................................................................... :
N
K.5
Thermal cut-out reliability
N
K.6
Stability of operation
N
L
ANNEX L, NORMAL LOAD CONDITIONS FOR SOME TYPES OF ELECTRICAL
BUSINESS EQUIPMENT (see 1.2.2.1 and 4.5.1)
N
L.1
Typewriters
N
L.2
Adding machines and cash registers
N
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L.3
Erasers
N
L.4
Pencil sharpeners
N
L.5
Duplicators and copy machines
N
L.6
Motor-operated files
N
L.7
Other business equipment
N
M
ANNEX M, CRITERIA FOR TELEPHONE RINGING SIGNALS (see 2.3.1)
N
M.1
Introduction
N
M.2
Method A
N
M.3
Method B
N
M.3.1
Ringing signal
N
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
M.3.2.1
Conditions for use of a tripping device or a
monitoring voltage
N
M.3.2.2
Tripping device
N
M.3.2.3
Monitoring voltage (V) ........................................ :
N
N
ANNEX N, IMPULSE TEST GENERATORS (see 2.10.3.4, 6.2.2.1, 7.3.2 and
clause G.5)
N
N.1
ITU-T impulse test generators
N
N.2
IEC 60065 impulse test generator
N
P
ANNEX P, NORMATIVE REFERENCES
P
Q
ANNEX Q, BIBLIOGRAPHY
P
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R
ANNEX R, EXAMPLES OF REQUIREMENTS FOR QUALITY CONTROL
PROGRAMMES
N
R.1
Minimum separation distances for unpopulated
coated printed boards (see 2.10.6)
N
R.2
Reduced clearances (see 2.10.3)
N
S
ANNEX S, PROCEDURE FOR IMPULSE TESTING (see 6.2.2.3)
N
S.1
Test equipment
N
S.2
Test procedure
N
S.3
Examples of waveforms during impulse testing
N
T
ANNEX T, GUIDANCE ON PROTECTION AGAINST INGRESS OF WATER
(see 1.1.2)
N
—
U
ANNEX U, INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE WITHOUT INTERLEAVED
INSULATION (see 2.10.5.4)
N
—
V
ANNEX V, AC POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (see 1.6.1)
N
V.1
Introduction
See below
N
V.2
TN power distribution systems
See sub-clause 1.6.1
N
W
ANNEX W, SUMMATION OF TOUCH CURRENTS
N
W.1
Touch current from electronic circuits
N
W.1.2
Earthed circuits
N
W.2
Interconnection of several equipments
N
W.2.1
Isolation
N
W.2.2
Common return, isolated from earth
N
W.2.3
Common return, connected to protective earth
N
X
ANNEX X, MAXIMUM HEATING EFFECT IN TRANSRORMER TESTS
(see clause C.1)
N
X.1
Determination of maximum input current
N
X.2
Overload test procedure
N
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Y
ANNEX Y, ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT CONDITIONING TEST (see 4.3.13.3)
N
Y.1
Test apparatus ...................................................... :
N
Y.2
Mounting of test samples ...................................... :
N
Y.3
Carbon-arc light-exposure apparatus .................... :
N
Y.4
Xenon-arc light exposure apparatus ..................... :
N
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Result – Remark
Verdict
CENELEC COMMON MODIFICATIONS [C], SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS [S] AND
A-DEVIATIONS (NATIONAL DEVIATIONS) [A] (EN 60950-1:2001, A11:2004)
P
General
Considered
P
C: Delete all the "country" notes in the reference
document according to the following list:
1.1.5
Note 2
1.7.2
Note 4
2.2.3
Note
2.3.3
Note 1, 2
2.10.3.1 Note 4
3.2.5.1 Note 2
4.7.3.1 Note 2
6.2.2
Note
7
Note 4
G2.1
Note 1, 2
1.5.8
1.7.12
2.2.4
2.3.4
3.2.1.1
4.3.6
6.1.2.1
6.2.2.1
7.1
Annex H
Note 2
Note 2
Note
Note 2,3
Note
Note 1,2
Note
Note 2
Note
Note 2
1.6.1
2.6
2.3.2
2.7.1
3.2.3
4.7.2.2
6.1.2.2
6.2.2.2
Note
Note
Note 2, 7, 8
Note
Note 1, 2
Note
Note
Note
1.2.4.1
S (DK): 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.
Class III equipment
N
1.5.1
A (SE, Ordinance 1990:944) and
(CH, Ordinance on environmentally hazardous
substances SR 814.013, Annex 3.2, Mercury):
Add NOTE – Switches containing mercury such as
There are no components
containing mercury in the
equipment.
P
thermostats, relays and level controllers are not allowed.
1.5.8
S (NO): Due to the IT power system used (see
annex V, Fig. V.7), capacitors are required to be
rated for the applicable line-to-line voltage
(230 V).
Class III equipment
N
1.7.2
S (FI, NO, SE): 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.
The class I warning text is
applied on label of adapter.
P
FI: "Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan"
The class I warning text is
applied on label of adapter.
P
NO: "Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt"
The class I warning text is
applied on label of adapter.
P
SE: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag"
The class I warning text is
applied on label of adapter.
P
The marking text in the applicable countries shall
be as follows:
A (DK, Heavy Current Regulations): Supply cords Class III equipment.
of class I equipment, which is delivered without a
plug, must be provided with a visible tag with the
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Vigtigt!
Lederen med grøn/gul isolation må kun tilsluttes
en klemme mærket
eller
If essential for the safety of the equipment, the
tag must in addition be provided with a diagram
which shows the connection of the other
conductors, or be provided with the following text:
“For tilslutning af de øvrige ledere, se
medfølgende instalationsvejledning.”
1.7.5
S (DK): 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.
Class III equipment
N
1.7.5
A (DK, Heavy Current Regulations):
Class III equipment
II EQUIPMENT shall not be fitted with socketoutlets for providing power to other equipment.
N
A (DE, Gesetz über techische Arbeitsmittel
Must be considered before
(Gerätesicherheitsgesetz) [Law on technical
marketed in Germany.
labour equipment {Equipment safety law}], of 23rd
October 1992, Article 3, 3rd paragraph, 2nd
sentence, together with the “Allgemeine
Verwaltungsvorschrift zur Durchführung des
Zweiten Abschnitts des Gerätesicherheitsgesetzes” [General administrative regulation on
the execution of the Second Section of the
Equipment safety law], of 10th January 1996,
article 2, 4th paragraph item 2):
Directions for use with rules to prevent certain
hazards for (among others) maintenance of the
technical labour equipment, also for imported
technical labour equipment shall be written in the
German language.
—
CLASS
1.7.12
NOTE: Of this requirement, rules for use even only by service
personnel are not exempted.
1.7.15
A (CH, Ordinance on environmentally hazardous
substances SR 814.013):
Annex 4.10 of SR 814.013 applies for batteries.
There is no battery in the
equipment.
A (DE, Regulation on protection against hazards The unit does not emit X-ray
by X-ray, of 8th January 1987, Article 5 [Operation radiation.
of X-ray emission source], clauses 1 to 4):
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1) A licence is required by those who
operate an X-ray emission source.
b) A licence in accordance with Cl. 1 is not
required by those who operate an X-ray emission
source on which the electron acceleration voltage
does not exceed 20 kV if
1) the local dose rate at a distance of 0,1 m
from the surface does not exceed 1 μSv/h
and
2) it is adequately indicated on the X-ray
emission source that
1) X-rays are generated and
ii) the electron acceleration voltage must not
exceed the maximum value stipulated by the
manufacturer or importer.
c) A licence in accordance with Cl. 1 is also not
required by persons who operate an X-ray
emission source on which the electron
acceleration voltage exceeds 20 kV if
1) the X-ray emission source has been
granted a type approval and
2) it is adequately indicated on the X-ray
emission source that
1) X-rays are generated
ii) the device stipulated by the manufacturer or
importer guarantees that the maximum
permissible local dose rate in accordance with
the type approval is not exceeded and
iii) the electron acceleration voltage must not
exceed the maximum value stipulated by the
manufacturer or importer.
d) Furthermore, a licence in accordance with
Cl. 1 is also not required by persons who operate
X-ray emission sources on which the electron
acceleration voltage does not exceed 30 kV if
1) the X-rays are generated only by
intrinsically safe CRTs complying with
Enclosure III, No. 6,
2) the values stipulated in accordance with
Enclosure III, No. 6.2 are limited by technical
measures and specified in the device and
3) it is adequately indicated on the X-ray
emission source that the X-rays generated are
adequately screened by the intrinsically safe
CRT.
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2.2.4
S (NO): Requirements according to this annex,
1.7.2 and 6.1.2.1 apply.
No TNV circuits.
N
2.3.2
S (NO): Requirements according to this annex,
6.1.2.1 apply.
No TNV circuits.
N
2.3.3 and
2.3.4
S (NO): Requirements according to this annex,
1.7.2 and 6.1.2.1 apply.
No TNV circuits.
N
2.6.3.3
S (GB): The current rating of the circuit shall be
taken as 13 A, not 16 A.
Class III equipment
N
2.7.1
C: Replace the subclause as follows:
Class III equipment
N
Basic requirements
To protect against excessive current, shortcircuits 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):
1) 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, shortcircuit 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
S (GB): To protect against excessive currents
Not a Direct Plug-In Equipment.
and short-circuits in the PRIMARY CIRCUIT OF
DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT, protective device shall
be included as integral parts of the DIRECT PLUGIN EQUIPMENT.
N
C: Void.
P
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2.10.2
C: Replace in the first line “(see also 1.4.7)” by
“(see also 1.4.8)”.
Considered.
P
2.10.3.1
S (NO): Due to the IT power distribution system
used (see annex V, Fig. V.7), the A.C. MAINS
SUPPLY voltage is considered to be equal to the
line-to-line voltage and will remain at 230 V in
case of a single earth fault
Considered.
P
3.2.1.1
S (CH): Supply cords of equipment having a
Class III equipment
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
RATED CURRENT
SEV 6532-2.1991, Plug type 15, 3P+N+PE 250/400 V, 10 A
SEV 6533-2.1991, Plug type 11, L+N
250 V, 10 A
SEV 6534-2.1991, Plug type 12, L+N+PE
250 V, 10 A
In general, EN 60309 applies for plugs for
currents exceeding 10A. 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, Plug type 25, 3L+N+PE
SEV 5933-2.1998, Plug type 21, L+N
SEV 5934-2.1998, Plug type 23, L+N+PE
230/400 V, 16 A
250 V, 16 A
250 V, 16 A
S (DK): Supply cords of single-phase equipment
having a rated current not exceeding 13 A shall
be provided with a plug according to the Heavy
Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1.
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 ply-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.
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S (ES): 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.
Class III equipment
N
S (GB): Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible
Class III equipment
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
Socket etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994, unless
exempted by those regulations.
N
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.
NOTE – ‘Standard plug’ is defined in SI 1768:1994 and
essentially means an approved plug conforming to BS 1363
or an approved conversion plug.
3.2.3
S (IE): 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.
Class III equipment
N
C: Delete Note 1 and in Table 3A, delete the
conduit sizes in parentheses.
The equipment is not intended
for permanent connection to the
mains.
N
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3.2.5.1
C: Replace
Class III equipment
N
“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”.
In Table 3B, replace the first four lines by the
following:
Up to and including 6
Over 6 up to and including 10 (0,75)2)
Over 10 up to and including 16 (1,0)3)
0,751)
1,0
1,5
In the Conditions applicable to Table 3B delete
the words “in some countries” in condition 1).
In Note 1, applicable to Table 3B, delete the
second sentence.
3.2.5.1
S (GB): 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.
Class III equipment
N
3.3.4
C: In table 3D, delete the fourth line: conductor
sizes for 10 to 13A, and replace with the
following:
Class III equipment
N
“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.
3.3.4
S (GB): 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:
- 1,25 mm2 to 1,5 mm2 nominal cross-sectional
area.
Class III equipment
N
4.3.6
S (GB): The torque test is performed using a
socket outlet complying with BS 1363 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, 12.16 and 12.17, except that
the test of 12.17 is performed at not less than
125 °C.
Not a Direct Plug-In Equipment.
N
S (IE): 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.
Not a Direct Plug-In Equipment.
N
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C: Add the following note:
Diffusive LED only.
P
No TNV circuits.
N
NOTE 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. Standards
taking into account this recommendation are currently under
development.
6.1.2.1
S (FI, NO, SE): Add the following text between
the first and second paragraph:
If this insulation is solid, including insulation
forming part of a component, it shall at least
consist of either
1) two layers of thin sheet material, each of
which shall pass the electric strength test
below, or
1) one layer having a distance through
insulation of at least 0,4 mm, which shall
pass the electric strength test below.
If this insulation forms part of a semiconductor
component (e.g. an optocoupler), there is no
distance through insulation requirement 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
1) passes the tests and inspection criteria
of 2.10.8 with an electric strength test of
1,5 kV multiplied by 1,6 (the electric
strength test of 2.10.7 shall be performed
using 1,5 kV), and
1) is subject to ROUTINGE TESTING for electric
strength during manufacturing, using a
test voltage of 1,5 kV.
It is permitted to bridge this insulation with a
capacitor complying with EN 132400:1994,
subclass Y2.
A capacitor classified Y3 according to
EN 132400:1994, may bridge this insulation
under the following conditions:
1) the insulation requirements are satisfied
by having a capacitor classified Y3 as
defined by EN 132400, which in addition
to the Y3 testing, is tested with an
impulse test of 2,5 kV defined in
EN 60950:2000, 6.2.2.1;
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No TNV circuits.
N
1) the additional testing shall be performed
on all the test specimens as described in
EN 132400;
- the impulse test of 2,5 kV is to be performed
before the endurance test in EN 132400, in the
sequence of tests as described in EN 132400.
6.1.2.2
S (FI, NO, SE): The exclusions are applicable for
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT and
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.
7.1
S (FI, NO, SE): Requirements according to this
annex, 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 apply with the term
TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK in 6.1.2 being
replaced by the term CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
No cable distribution system.
N
G.2.1
S (NO): Due to the IT power distribution system
used (see annex V, Fig. V.7), the A.C. MAINS
SUPPLY voltage is considered to be equal to the
line-to-line voltage, and will remain at 230 V in
case of a single earth fault.
Class III equipment
N
Annex H
C: Replace the last paragraph of this annex by:
The unit does not emit X-ray
radiation.
N
Considered.
P
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.
Annex P
C: Replace the text of this annex by:
See annex ZA.
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Annex Q
C: Replace the title of IEC 61032 by “Protection of persons and equipment by
enclosures – Probes for verification”.
Add the following notes for the standards indicated:
IEC 60127 NOTE Harmonized as EN 60127 (Series) (not modified)
IEC 60269-2-1 NOTE Harmonized as HD 630.2.1 S4:2000 (modified)
IEC 60529 NOTE Harmonized as EN 60529:1991 (not modified)
IEC 61032 NOTE Harmonized as EN 61032:1998 (not modified)
IEC 61140 NOTE Harmonized as EN 61140:2001 (not modified)
ITU-T Recommendation K.31
NOTE in Europe, the suggested document is EN 50083-1.
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Annex ZA
C: NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS WITH
THEIR RELEVANT EUROPEAN PUBLICATIONS
This European Standard incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions
from other publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate
places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references,
subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this
European Standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For
undated references, the latest edition of the publication referrd to applies (including
amendments).
NOTE When an international publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by
(mod), the relevant EN/HD applies.
⎯
⎯
EN 60065:1998 + corr. June 1999
EN 60073:1996
HD 566 S1:1990
HD 214 S2:1980
HD 611.4.1.S1:1992
HD 21 1) Series
HD 22 2) Series
EN 60309 Series
EN 60317-43:1997
EN 60320 Series
HD 384.3 S2:1995
HD 384.4.41 S2:1996
EN 132400:1994 4)
+ A2:1998 + A3:1998 + A4:2001
EN 60417-1
HD 625.1 S1:1996 + corr. Nov. 1996
EN 60695-2-2:1994
EN 60695-2-11:2001
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
EN 60695-11-10:1999
EN 60695-11-20:1999
EN 60730-1:2000
EN 60825-1:1994 + corr. Febr. 1995 +
A11:1996 + corr. July 1997
EN 60825-2:2000
⎯
EN 60851-3:1996
EN 60851-5:1996
EN 60851-6:1996
⎯
EN 60990:1999
⎯
EN 61965:2001
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IEC 60050-151
IEC 60050-195
IEC 60065 (mod):1998
IEC 60073:1996
IEC 60085:1984
IEC 60112:1979
IEC 60216-4-1:1990
IEC 60227 (mod) Series
IEC 60245 (mod) Series
IEC 60309 Series
IEC 60317-43:1997
IEC 60320 (mod) Series
IEC 60364-3 (mod):1993
IEC 60364-4-41 (mod):1992 3)
IEC 60384-14:1993
IEC 60417-1
IEC 60664-1 (mod):1992
IEC 60695-2-2:1991
IEC 60695-2-11:2000
IEC 60695-2-20:1995
IEC 60695-10-2:1995
IEC 60695-11-3:2000
IEC 60695-11-4:2000
IEC 60695-11-10:1999
IEC 60695-11-20:1999
IEC 60730-1:1999 (mod)
IEC 60825-1:1993
IEC 60825-2:2000
IEC 60825-9:1999
IEC 60851-3:1996
IEC 60825-5:1996
IEC 60851-6:1996
IEC 60885-1:1987
IEC 60990:1999
IEC 61058-1:2000
IEC 61965:2000
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EN ISO 178:1996
EN ISO 179 Series
EN ISO 180:2000
⎯
⎯
EN ISO 527 Series
⎯
EN ISO 4892 Series
⎯
EN ISO 8256:1996
⎯
EN ISO 9773:1998
⎯
⎯
Result – Remark
ISO 178:1993
ISO 179 Series
ISO 180:1993
ISO 261:1998
ISO 262:1998
ISO 527 Series
ISO 386:1984
ISO 4892 Series
ISO 7000:1989
ISO 8256:1990
ISO 9772:1994
ISO 9773:1998
ITU-T:1988 Recommendation K.17
ITU-T:2000 Recommendation K.21
1) The HD 21 series is related to, but not directly equivalent with the IEC 60227 series
2) The HD 22 series is related to, but not directly equivalent with the IEC 60245 series
3) IEC 60364-4-41:1992 is superseded by IEC 60364-4-41:2001
4) EN 132400, Sectional Specification: Fixed capacitors for electromagnetic interference suppression
and connection to the supply mains (Assessment level D), and its amendments are related to, but not
directly equivalent to IEC 60384-14
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1.5.1
TABLE: list of critical components
P
object/part No.
manufacturer/
trademark
type/model
technical data
standard
Power adapter
1)
FSP Group Inc.
FSP0501AD101CXX
(X=0-9, A-Z or
blank for
marketing
purpose)
I/P: 100-240Vac,
50-60Hz, 1.3A,
Class I. O/P:
12Vdc, 4.16A
EN 60950
TUV/Rh
1ed.
(Koln), FI
IEC 60950-1 CB by
TUV/Rh
(DE2-008517)
LCD Panel
LG
LM190E05SL03
19” TFT LCD
--
Tested in the
equip.
DC-AC Inverter
TDK
XAD331LR
I/P: 1.78A, 12Vdc
O/P: 2200Vrms,
7.5mA
130°C
--
Tested in the
equip.
Transformer
(T1, T2)
NIA19LESX80H002
mark(s) of
conformity1)
Enclosure
Various
--
HB minimum
UL94
UL
PCB material
Various
--
V-1, 105°C
UL796
UL
supplementary information:
1
) an asterisk indicates a mark which assures the agreed level of surveillance
1) Complied with L.P.S.
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TABLE: Opto Electronic Devices
N
Manufacturer ............................................... : No opto electronic devices
Type............................................................. :
Separately tested ........................................ :
Bridging insulation ....................................... :
External creepage distance......................... :
Internal creepage distance.......................... :
Distance through insulation......................... :
Tested under the following conditions......... :
Input............................................................. :
Output.......................................................... :
supplementary information
1.6.2
fuse #
--
TABLE: electrical data (in normal conditions)
Irated (A)
4.16
U (V)
12Vdc
P (W)
32.76
I (mA)
2730
P
Ifuse (mA) condition/status
2730
Normal load
supplementary information
2.1.1.5 c)
1)
TABLE: max. V, A, VA test
Voltage (rated)
(V)
Current (rated)
(A)
supplementary information:
TRF No.:IECEN60950_1B
N
Voltage (max.)
(V)
Current (max.)
(A)
VA (max.)
(VA)
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2)
TABLE: stored energy
Capacitance C (uF)
N
Voltage U (V)
Energy E (J)
supplementary information: E=0,5 CU² x 10-6
2.2
TABLE: evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits
Component (measured between)
max. voltage (V)
(normal operation)
V peak
Fault test performed on voltage limiting components
N
Voltage Limiting Components
V d.c.
Voltage measured (V) in SELV circuits
(V peak or V d.c.)
supplementary information:
S-c=Short circuit
2.4
TABLE: Limited current circuits
Location
Normal (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
IC1 (1-28) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
Q7 (1-8) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
C20 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
Q3 (G-D) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
C29 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
CR2 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to 2)
Normal (CN4 pin 1 to earth)
IC1 (1-28) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth)
Q7 (1-8) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth )
C20 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth )
Q3 (G-D) S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth)
C29 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth)
CR2 S-c (CN4 pin 1 to earth)
Normal (CN4 pin 2 to earth)
IC1 (1-28) S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth)
Q7 (1-8) S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth )
C20 S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth )
Q3 (G-D) S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth)
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Voltage
(V)
Current
(mA)
Freq.
(kHz)
Limit
(mA)
31.6
31.6
31.6
32.8
31.2
34.4
31.6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.1
12.4
15.8
15.8
15.8
16.4
15.6
17.2
15.8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.1
6.2
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
72.5
49.0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
49.5
49.5
49.5
49.5
54.0
34.3
34.3
34.3
34.3
34.3
50.7
34.3
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
34.6
34.6
34.6
34.6
37.8
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Location
Voltage
(V)
C29 S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth)
8.8
CR2 S-c (CN4 pin 2 to earth)
12.1
Normal (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
IC1 (1-28) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
Q7 (1-8) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
C20 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
Q3 (G-D) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
C29 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
CR2 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to 5, 6)
0
Normal (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0.6
IC1 (1-28) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0.6
Q7 (1-8) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0
C20 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0.5
Q3 (G-D) S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0.7
C29 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
1.2
CR2 S-c (T2 pin 1, 2 to earth)
0.6
Normal (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
IC1 (1-28) S-c (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
Q7 (1-8) S-c (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
C20 S-c (T2 pin 5 ,6 to earth)
0
Q3 (G-D) S-c (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
C29 S-c (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
CR2 S-c (T2 pin 5, 6 to earth)
0
supplementary information: Measured on DC/AC inverter
Current
(mA)
Freq.
(kHz)
Limit
(mA)
4.4
6.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0.3
0.3
0
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
72.5
49.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
49.5
49.5
0
49.5
54.9
72.5
49.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
50.7
34.6
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
34.6
34.6
0.7
34.6
38.4
50.7
34.6
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
S-c=Short circuit, O-c=Open circuit
2.5
TABLE: limited power sources
N
Isc (A)
Meas.
VA
Limit
Meas.
Limit
supplementary information:
S-c=Short circuit, O-c=Open circuit
2.10.2
Table: working voltage measurement
Location
supplementary information:
TRF No.:IECEN60950_1B
Peak voltage (V)
N
RMS voltage (V) Comments
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2.10.4
clearance cl and creepage
distance dcr at/of:
Up
(V)
U r.m.s.
(V)
required cl
(mm)
N
cl
(mm)
required
dcr (mm)
dcr
(mm)
supplementary information:
2.10.5
TABLE: distance through insulation measurements
distance through insulation di at/of:
Up
(V)
N
test voltage
(V)
required di
(mm)
di
(mm)
supplementary information:
4.3.8
TABLE: Batteries
N
Battery category .......................................... :
Manufacturer ............................................... :
Type / model................................................ :
Voltage ........................................................ : V
Capacity ...................................................... : mAh
Tested and Certified by (incl. Ref. No.) ....... :
Circuit protection diagram:
MARKINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS (1.7.12, 1.7.15)
Location of replaceable battery
Language(s):
Close to the battery
In the servicing instructions
In the operating instructions
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TABLE: Batteries
N
The tests of 4.3.8 are applicable only when
appropriate battery data is not available
Is it possible to install the battery in a reverse
polarity position?
Temperature
Non-rechargeable batteries
Discharging
Meas.
current
Unintentional
charging
Manuf.
spec.
Rechargeable batteries
Charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
spec.
Discharging
Reversed
charging
Meas.
current
Meas.
current
Manuf.
spec.
Manuf.
spec.
Max
current
during
normal
conditions
Max
current
during fault
conditions
supplementary information:
Test results:
- Chemical leaks
- Explosion of the battery
- Emission of flame or expulsion of molten
metal
- Electric strength test of equipment after
completion of tests
supplementary information:
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TABLE: maximum temperatures
P
test voltage (V) ............................... :
maximum temperature T of part/at:
U3 body (main board )
L21 coil (main board )
PCB near U5 (main board )
PCB near CN2 (+) (main board )
T1 coil (inverter board )
T1 core (inverter board )
C29 body (inverter board )
L1 coil (inverter board )
Enclosure inside
Enclosure outside
Panel body
Stand-by switch body
Ambient
12Vdc
—
T (°C)
allowed
Tmax (°C)
71.1
46.1
34.5
43.4
59.4
50.0
39.6
39.6
29.5
39.2
39.2
24.4
24.0
--89
89
104
104
---79
79
79
--
supplementary information:
Having a specified maximum ambient temperature of 40°C. Temperature limits include less 10K for
thermocouple measurement method. The maximum temperatures are calculated based upon a (minimum)
test temperature of 24.0°C. Temp. limits are adjusted according to Cl.1.4.12.3.
4.5.2
TABLE: ball pressure test of thermoplastic parts
N
allowed impression diameter (mm) .....................: ≤ 2 mm
—
Part
test temperature
(°C)
impression diameter
(mm)
supplementary information:
4.7
TABLE: resistance to fire
part
manufacturer of material
TRF No.:IECEN60950_1B
N
type of material
thickness
(mm)
flammability
class
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5.1.8
TABLE: touch current measurement
Measured between:
N
Measured
(mA)
Limit
(mA)
Comments/conditions
supplementary information:
5.2
TABLE: electric strength tests, impulse tests and voltage surge tests
test voltage applied between:
test voltage (V)
a.c. / d.c.
N
breakdown
Yes / No
supplementary information:
5.3
TABLE: fault condition tests
P
ambient temperature (°C) ....................................: Refer below
—
component fault
No.
test voltage
(V)
Ventilation
openings
12Vdc
blocked
test time
5 hrs
fuse
No.
--
fuse
current
(A)
--
Result
T1 coil=65.5°C, at ambient =
27.6°C, no hazards.
supplementary information
s-c=short circuit, o-c=open circuit, o-l=overload
C.2
Loc.
Loc.
TABLE: transformers
Tested insulation
Tested insulation
supplementary information:
TRF No.:IECEN60950_1B
N
Working
voltage
peak / V
Working
voltage
rms / V
Required
electric
strength
Required
clearance /
mm
Required
distance
thr. insul.
(2.10.3)
Required
creepage
distance /
mm
(2.10.4)
(2.10.2)
(2.10.2)
(5.2)
Test
voltage/
V
Measured
clearance /
mm
Measured
creepage
dist./ mm
Measured
distance
thr. insul. /
mm;
number of
layers
(2.10.5)
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Test results according to CB BULLETIN No. 110A, June 2006
Clause
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Result – Remark
Verdict
ZZ.1 Introduction
This Annex sets out variations between this Standard and IEC 60950-1:2001. 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.
ZZ.2 Variations
The variations are as follows:
1.2
Between the definitions for ‘Person, service’ and
‘Range, rated frequency’ insert the following:
POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCE
Comply with the requirement.
P
Considered.
P
Critical components are IEC
certified.
P
Critical components are IEC
certified.
P
1.2.12.201
1.2.12.15 After the definition 1.2.12.15, add the following:
1.2.12.201 POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCE:
Possible fault which can start a fire if the opencircuit voltage measured across an interruption or
faulty contact exceeds a value of 50 V (peak) a.c.
or d.c. and the product of the peak value of this
voltage and the measured r.m.s. current under
normal operating conditions exceeds 15 VA.
Such a faulty contact or interruption in an
electrical connection includes those which may
occur in CONDUCTIVE PATTERNS on PRINTED
BOARDS.
NOTE 201: An electronic protection circuit may be used
to prevent such a fault from becoming a POTENTIAL
IGNITION SOURCE.
NOTE 202: This definition is from AS/NZS 60065:2003.
1.5.1
Add the following to the end of first paragraph:
‘or the relevant Australian/New Zealand
Standard’.
1.5.2
Add the following to the end of first and third
dash items:
‘or the relevant Australian/New Zealand
Standard’.
2.1
Delete the Note
Considered
P
3.2.3
Delete Note 2
The equipment is not intended
for permanent connection to the
mains.
N
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Modify Table 3B as follows:
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Power supply cord is not
provided with the equipment.
N
Not intended to plug directly into
a wall socket-outlet.
N
No laser and LED is of diffusive
type.
P
Refer to below.
P
Delete Note 1.
4.3.6
Replace paragraph three with:
Equipment with a plug portion, suitable for
insertion into a 10 A 3-pin flat-pin socket-outlet
complying with AS/NZS 3112, shall comply with
the requirements in AS/NZS 3112 for equipment
with integral pins for insertion into socket-outlets.
4.3.13.5
Add the following to the end of first paragraph:
‘or AS/NZS 2211.1’.
4.7
Add the following paragraph:
For alternative tests refer to Clause 4.7.201.
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Add the following after Clause 4.7.3.6:
4.7.201 Resistance to fire – Alternative tests
4.7.201.1 General
Parts of non-metallic material shall be resistant to
ignition and 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 FV-0 according
to AS/NZS 4695.707 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 4 g, such as mounting parts, gears,
cams, belts and bearings;
- small electrical components, such as capacitors
with a volume not exceeding 1750mm3, integrated
circuits, transistors and optocoupler packages, if
these components are mounted on material of
flammability category FV-1, or better, according to
AS/NZS 4695.707.
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 the tests of
4.7.201.2, 4.7.201.3, 4.7.201.4 and 4.7.201.5.
For the base material of printed boards,
compliance shall be checked by the test of
4.7.201.5.
The tests shall be carried out on parts of nonmetallic material which have been removed from
the apparatus. When the glow-wire test is carried
out, the parts shall be placed in the same
orientation as they would be in normal use.
These tests are not carried out on internal wiring.
4.7.201.2 Testing of non-metallic materials
Parts of non-metallic material shall be subject to
the glow-wire test of AS/NZS 60695.2.11 which
shall be carried out at 550°C.
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Parts for which the glow-wire test cannot be
All materials have suitable flame
carried out, such as those made of soft or foamy class, no testing required.
material, shall meet the requirements specified in
ISO 9772 for category FH-3 material. The glowwire 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.
4.7.201.3 Testing of insulating materials
Parts of insulating material supporting
POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCES shall be
subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS
60695.2.11 which shall be carried out at 750°C
The test shall also be 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 connections.
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 shall be subjected to the needle-flame
test. However, parts shielded by a barrier which
meets the needle-flame test shall not be tested.
The needle-flame test shall be made in
accordance with AS/NZS 4695.2.2 with the
following modifications:
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The needle-flame test shall not be carried out 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.
4.7.201.4 Testing in the event of nonextinguishing material
If the parts, other than enclosures, do not
withstand the glow-wire tests of 4.7.201.3, by
failure to extinguish within 30 s after the removal
of the glow-wire tip, the needle-flame test detailed
in 4.7.201.3 shall be made on all parts of nonmetallic material which are within a distance of 50
mm or which are likely to be impinged upon by
flame during tests of 4.7.201.3. Parts shielded by
a separate barrier which meets the needle-flame
test need not be tested.
NOTE 1: If the enclosure does not withstand the glowwire test the equipment is considered to have failed to
meet the requirements of Clause 4.7.201 without the
need for consequential testing.
NOTE 2: If other parts do not withstand the glow-wire
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 equipment, the
equipment is considered to have failed to meet the
requirements of Clause 4.7.201 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.
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4.7.201.5 Testing of printed boards
The base material of printed boards shall be
subjected to the needle-flame test of Clause
4.7.201.3. The flame shall be applied to the edge
of the board where the heat sink effect is lowest
when the board is positioned as in normal use.
The flame shall not be applied to an edge,
consisting of broken perforations, unless the edge
is less than 3 mm from a POTENTIAL IGNITION
SOURCE.
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class, no testing required.
P
No TNV circuits in the
equipment.
N
The test is not carried out if the –
- Printed board does not carry any POTENTIAL
IGNITION SOURCE;
- Base material of printed boards, on which the
available apparent power at a connection exceeds
15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 50 V and
equal or less than 400 V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under
normal operating conditions, is of flammability
category FV-1 or better according to AS/NZS
4695.707, or the printed boards are protected by
an enclosure meeting the flammability category
FV-0 according to AS/NZS 4695.707, or made of
metal, having openings only for connecting wires
which fill the openings completely; or
- Base material of printed boards, on which the
available apparent power at a connection exceeds
15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 400 V
(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
FV-0 according to AS/NZS 4695.707 or the
printed boards are contained in a metal enclosure,
having openings only for connecting wires which
fill the openings completely.
Compliance shall be determined using the
smallest thickness of the material.
NOTE: Available apparent power is the maximum
apparent power which can be drawn from the supplying
circuit through a resistive load whose value is chosen to
maximise the apparent power from more than 2 min
when the circuit supplied is disconnected.
6.2.2
Add the symbol [NZ] in the right hand margin
beside the first paragraph.
Add the following after the first paragraph:
In Australia (this variation does not apply in New
Zealand), compliance with 6.2.2 shall be checked
by the tests of both 6.2.2.1 and 6.2.2.2.
Delete the Note.
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Add the symbol [NZ] in the right hand margin
beside the first paragraph including Note 1.
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equipment.
N
No TNV circuits in the
equipment.
N
Delete the Note 2.
Add the following after the first paragraph:
In Australia (this variation does not apply in New
Zealand), the electrical separation is subjected to
10 impulses of alternating polarity, using the
impulse test generator of annex N for 10/700µs
impulses. The interval between successive
impulses is 60 s and the initial voltage, Uc, is:
- for 6.2.1 a): 7.0 kV for hand-held telephones
and for headsets and 2.5 kV for other equipment;
and
- for 6.2.1 b) and 6.2.1 c): 1.5 kV.
NOTE 201: The 7 kV impulse simulates lightning
surges on typical rural and semi-rural network lines.
NOTE 202: The 2.5 kV for 6.2.1 a) was chosen to
ensure adequacy of the insulation concerned and does
not necessarily simulate likely overvoltages.
6.2.2.2
Add the symbol [NZ] in the right hand margin
beside the second paragraph.
Delete the Note.
Add the following after the second paragraph:
In Australia (this variation does not apply in New
Zealand), the a.c. test voltage is:
- for 6.2.1 a): 3 kV;
and
- for 6.2.1 b) and 6.2.1 c): 1.5 kV.
NOTE 201: Where there are capacitors across the
insulation under test, it is recommended that d.c. test
voltages are used.
NOTE 202: The 3 kV and 1.5 kV values have been
determined considering the low frequency induced
voltages from the power supply distribution system.
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Add the following Normative References to
Annex P:
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P
Considered.
P
IEC 60065, Audio, Video and similar electronic
apparatus – Safety requirements
AS/NZS 3191, Approval and test specification –
Electric flexible cords
AS/NZS 3112, Approval and test specification –
Plugs and socket-outlets
AS/NZS 4695.707, Fire hazard testing of
electrotechnical products – Methods of test for
the determination of the flammability of solid
electrical insulating materials when exposed to
an igniting source
Index
Between the entries ‘polyimide insulating
material’ and ‘powder’ insert the following:
POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCE 1.12.201,
4.7.201.3, 4.7.201.5
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ATTACHMENT: CANADIAN DIFFERENCES
Test results according to CB BULLETIN No. 110A, June 2006
Clause
Requirements – Test
Result – Remark
Verdict
The following is a summary of the key national differences based on national regulatory
requirements, such as the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70-2002, which are
referenced in legislation and which form the basis for the rules and practices followed in
electrical and building installations. The bi-national standard (CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1/UL
60950-1, First Edition) should be consulted for further details on the national differences
summarized below
1.1.1
All equipment is to be designed to allow
Class III equipment.
installation in accordance with the National
Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70, the
Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CAN/CSA
C22.1, and when applicable, the National
Electrical Safety Code, IEEE C2. Also, unless
marked or otherwise identified, installation is
allowed per the Standard for the Protection of
Electronic Computer/Data-Processing Equipment,
ANSI/NFPA 75.
N
1.4.14
For Pluggable Equipment Type A, the protection
in the installation is assumed to be 20A.
Considered.
P
1.5.5
For lengths exceeding 3.05 m, external
interconnecting flexible cord and cable
assemblies are required to be a suitable cable
type (e.g. DP, CL2) specified in the NEC.
No external interconnecting
flexible.
N
For lengths 3.05m or less, external
interconnecting flexible cord and cable
assemblies that are not types specified in the
NEC are required to have special construction
features and identification markings.
1.7.1
Equipment for use on a.c. mains supply systems Class III equipment.
with a neutral and more than one phase conductor
(e.g. 120/240 V, 3-wire) require a special marking
format for electrical ratings.
N
A voltage rating that exceeds an attachment plug
cap rating is only permitted if it does not exceed
the extreme operating conditions in Table 2 of
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 235, and if it is part of a
range that extends into the Table 2 “Normal
Operating Conditions”. Likewise, a voltage rating
shall not be lower than the specified “Normal
Operating Conditions”, unless it is part of a range
that extends into the “Normal Operating
Conditions”.
2.5
Where a fuse is used to provide Class 2, Limited No such fuse provided.
Power Source, or TNV current limiting, it shall not
be operator-accessible unless it is not
interchangeable.
N
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Suitable NEC/CEC branch circuit protection rated Class III equipment.
at the maximum circuit rating is required for all
standard supply outlets, receptacles and mediumbase or smaller lampholders if the supply branch
circuit protection is not suitable.
N
Power distribution transformers distributing power
at 100 V or more, and rated 10 kVA or more,
require transformer overcurrent protection.
3.2
Wiring methods (terminals, leads etc.) used for
Class III equipment.
the connection of the equipment to the mains shall
be in accordance with the NEC/CEC.
N
3.2.1
Power supply cords are required to have
Class III equipment.
attachment plugs rated not less than 125% of the
rated current of the equipment.
N
3.2.3
Permanent connection of equipment to the mains The equipment is not
supply by a power supply cord is not permitted,
permanently connected to the
except for certain equipment, such as ATMs.
mains.
N
3.2.5
Power supply cords are required to be no longer
than 4.5m in length.
No power supply cord is
supplied.
N
The equipment is not
permanently connected to the
mains.
N
Flexible power supply cords are required to be
compatible with Article 400 of the NEC, and
Tables 11 and 12 of the CEC.
3.2.9
Permanently connected equipment is required to
have a suitable wiring compartment and wire
bending space.
3.3
Wiring terminals and associated spacings for field Class III equipment.
wiring connections shall comply with CSA C22.2
No. 0.
N
3.3.3
Wire binding screws are not permitted to attach
conductors larger than 10 AWG (5.3 mm2).
Class III equipment.
N
3.3.4
Terminals for permanent wiring, including
protective earthing terminals, are required to be
suitable for U.S./Canadian wire gauge sizes,
rated 125% of the equipment rating, and
specially marked when specified (1.7.7).
Class III equipment.
N
3.4.2
Motor control devices are required for cordconnected equipment with a motor if the
equipment is rated more than 12 A, or if the
motor has a nominal voltage rating greater than
120 V, or is rated more than 1/3 hp (locked rotor
current over 43 A).
No motors in the equipment.
N
3.4.8
Vertically-mounted disconnect switches and
circuit breakers are required to have the “on”
position indicated by the handle in the up
position.
No such switch used.
N
3.4.11
For computer room applications, equipment with
battery systems capable of supplying 750 VA for
five minutes are required to have a battery
disconnect means that may be connected to the
computer room remote power-off circuit.
No battery in the equipment.
N
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The maximum quantity of flammable liquid stored No flammable liquids within the
in equipment is required to comply with NFPA 30. equipment.
N
4.3.13
Equipment with lasers is required to meet the
Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 1040 (and
the Canadian Radiation Emitting Devices Act,
REDR C1370).
No laser and LED is of diffusive
type.
P
4.7
For computer room applications, automated
information storage systems with combustible
media greater than 27 cubic feet are required to
have a provision for connection of either
automatic sprinklers or a gaseous agent
extinguishing system with an extended
discharge.
The equipment has no
combustible area greater than 27
cubic feet.
N
4.7.3.1
For computer room applications, enclosures with
combustible material measuring greater than 0.9
m2 or a single dimension greater than 1.8 m are
required to have a flame spread rating of 50 or
less. For other applications, enclosures with the
same dimensions require a flame spread rating
of 200 or less.
The equipment has no
combustible material greater
than 0.9m2 or single dimension
greater than 1.8m.
N
Annex H
Equipment that produces ionizing radiation is
required to comply with the Code of Federal
Regulations, 21 CFR 1020 (and Canadian
Radiation Emitting Devices Act, REDR C1370).
The equipment does not produce
ionizing radiation.
N
The following key national differences are based on requirements other than national regulatory
requirements. The bi-national standard (CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1/UL 60950-1, First Edition)
should be consulted for further details on the national differences summarized below
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Components of equipment must be suitable for
the application, and must comply with the
requirements of the equipment standard and the
applicable national (Canadian and/or U.S.)
component or material standards, as far as they
may apply.
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Critical components are IEC
certified. See list of critical
components in main CB report
(§1.5.1). There may be additional
requirements for components in
Canada.
P
The acceptance will be based on the following:
I) A component Certified by a Canadian or U.S.
National Certification Body (NCB) to a Canadian
or U.S. component standard will be checked for
correct application and use in accordance with its
specified rating. Where necessary, it will also be
subject to the applicable tests of the equipment
standard.
J) A component, which has a CB Test Certificate
for compliance with a relevant IEC component
standard, will be checked for correct application
and use in accordance with its specified ratings.
Where necessary, it will also be subject to the
applicable tests of the equipment standard, and
to the applicable tests of the Canadian and/or
U.S. component or material standard, under the
conditions occurring in the equipment.
K) A component, which has no approval as in A)
or B) above or which is used not in accordance
with its specified ratings, will be subject to the
applicable tests of the equipment standard, and
to the applicable tests of the Canadian and/or
U.S. component or material standard, under the
conditions occurring in the equipment.
L) Some components may require annual retesting, which may be carried out by the
manufacturer, CSA International or another
laboratory
2.3.1
For TNV-2 and TNV-3 circuits with other than
ringing signals and with voltages exceeding 42.4
Vp or 60 Vdc, the maximum acceptable current
through a 2000 ohm resistor (or greater)
connected across the voltage source with other
loads disconnected is 7.1 mA peak or 30 mA dc
under normal operating conditions.
No TNV circuitry.
N
2.3.2
In the event of a single fault, the limits of 2.2.3
No TNV circuitry.
apply to SELV Circuits and accessible conductive
parts.
N
2.6.3.4
When subject to impedance testing, protective
earthing and bonding are required to be
subjected to the additional test conditions
specified.
N
Class III equipment.
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The equipment is not for
Equipment connected to centralized d.c. power
connection to a d.c. mains
system, and having one pole of the DC mains
supply.
input terminal connected to the main protective
earthing terminal in the equipment, is required to
comply with special earthing, wiring, marking and
installation instruction requirements.
N
4.2.8.1
Enclosures around CRT’s with a face diameter of No CRTs in the equipment.
160 mm or more are required to reduce the risk
of injury due to the implosion of the CRT.
N
4.3.2
Equipment with handles is required to comply
with special loading tests.
The equipment has no handles.
N
5.1.8.3
Equipment intended to receive
telecommunication ringing signals is required to
comply with a special touch current
measurement tests.
No TNV circuitry.
N
6.2.1
Enamel coating on winding wire not considered
electrical separation unless subjected to special
investigation.
No TNV circuitry.
N
6.4
Equipment intended for connection to
No TNV circuitry.
telecommunication network outside plant cable is
required to be protected against overvoltage from
power line crosses in accordance with 6.4 and
Annex NAC.
N
6.5
Equipment connected to a telecommunications
network and supplied with an earphone intended
to be held against, or in the ear is required to
comply with special acoustic pressure tests.
No TNV circuitry.
N
M.2
Continuous ringing signals up to 16 mA only are
permitted if the equipment is subjected to special
installation and performance restrictions.
No TNV circuitry.
N
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Test results according to CB BULLETIN No. 110A, June 2006
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Result – Remark
1.5.101
Addition
Power supply cord is not
provided.
N
Must be considered when
marketing in Korea.
—
Plugs for the connection of the apparatus to the
supply mains shall comply with the Korean
requirement (KSC 8305 and 8305).
7
Addition
EMC
The apparatus shall comply with the relevant
CISPR standards.
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to IEC 60950-1 (ed.1)
No
Item
Requirement
Result - Remark
Verdict
The following is the national differences in accordance with safety authority website
www.safety.org.sg/ , ref. Singapore Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) - Information
booklet - chapter 7 (page 21 - 24). Based on information by Singapore NCB – PSB Corp.
7 SAFETY AUTHORITY’S REQUIREMENTS
The Safety Authority monitors the safety of the controlled goods sold in Singapore by
investigating all complaints, incidents and accidents reported to the authority. Experiences
gained are translated into the Safety Authority’s Requirements. These requirements are to be
fulfilled in addition to the applicable safety standards.
Applicable to all electrical products
2
All appliances
All appliances must be tested to 230
VAC.
Class III equipment.
N
3
Voltage selector
(voltage mis-match
test)
Appliance fitted with voltage selector
shall be tested as follows:
Class III equipment.
N
4
Tropical condition
test
All appliances (with tropical test
requirements in applicable
Standards) shall comply with the
tropical condition test as stated in
the relevant IEC Standards.
Class III equipment.
N
5
Class I appliances
All Class I appliances must be fitted
with 3-pin mains plugs complied
with SS 145/SS 472 that are
registered with the Safety Authority.
Class III equipment.
N
a) All Class II appliances must be
fitted with 2-pin mains plug
(Appendix W) complied with IEC 83:
1975 (Standard C5, Version II) or
EN 50075: 1991.
Class III equipment.
N
Rating is < 3kW
N
(3-pin mains plug)
6
Class II appliances
(mains plug)
Connect appliance to 230 VAC
mains with voltage selector switch to
settings not suitable for operation at
230 VAC.
b) Class II appliances that are fitted
with 3-pin mains plugs must use
plugs that are complied with SS 145
and registered with the Safety
Authority.
7
Appliances rated ≥
3 kW or connected
to fixed wiring
Electric appliance ≥ 3 kW must be
connected to fixed wiring. All
connection to fixed wiring must be in
accordance with Code of Practice
CP5.
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8
Detachable power
cord set (consists
of mains plug,
mains cord and
appliance
connector
Detachable power cord set must be
listed in the test report critical
component list.
No cord-set supplied
N
9
Circuit diagrams
Circuit diagrams must be indicated
with component’s values for
products tested to IEC 60065 and
IEC 60950.
Must be considered
when marketing in
Singapore.
—
10
Circuit diagrams of
electronic modules
in electrical
appliances
Circuit diagrams of the electronic
modules in the electrical appliances
must be provided.
Must be considered
when marketing in
Singapore.
—
11
Controlled goods
likely to be treated
as toy by children
Controlled goods, having an
enclosure, which is shaped and
decorated so that it is likely to be
treated as a toy by children, shall
not be accepted for certification and
registration.
The shape and
function are not
considered for toy.
N
Applicable to AC adaptor
13
3-pin AC adaptor
Test report showing that the 3-pin
complied with sub-clauses 12.1 &
12.3 of SS 246 must be submitted.
Class III equipment.
LCD monitor.
N
14
2-pin AC adaptor
The 2-pin (Appendix W) shall
comply with IEC 83: 1975 (Standard
C5, Version II) or EN 50075
Class III equipment.
LCD monitor.
N
15
Detachable power
supply cord set not
supplied by
Registered
Supplier
Registered Supplier who is not
supplying the detachable power
supply cord set together with the AC
Adaptor must provide written
instruction to its customer on the
type of approved detachable power
cord set to use.
Class III equipment.
LCD monitor.
N
Applicable to computer products
16
CD/DVD ROM
(used in personal
computer)
Test certificate showing that
CD/DVD ROM has complied with
IEC 825 must be provided.
No CD/DVD ROM
used.
N
17
Modem Card (used
in personal
computer)
Modem card incorporated in the
personal computer must be tested
at set level (sub-clauses 5.1 & 6 of
IEC 60950) or at component level.
No modem card used.
N
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Result – Remark
Verdict
The following is a summary of the key national differences based on national regulatory
requirements, such as the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70-2002, which are
referenced in legislation and which form the basis for the rules and practices followed in
electrical and building installations. The bi-national standard (CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1/UL
60950-1, First Edition) should be consulted for further details on the national differences
summarized below
1.1.1
All equipment is to be designed to allow
Class III equipment.
installation in accordance with the National
Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70, the
Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CAN/CSA
C22.1, and when applicable, the National
Electrical Safety Code, IEEE C2. Also, unless
marked or otherwise identified, installation is
allowed per the Standard for the Protection of
Electronic Computer/Data-Processing Equipment,
ANSI/NFPA 75.
N
1.4.14
For Pluggable Equipment Type A, the protection
in the installation is assumed to be 20A.
Considered.
P
1.5.5
For lengths exceeding 3.05 m, external
interconnecting flexible cord and cable
assemblies are required to be a suitable cable
type (e.g. DP, CL2) specified in the NEC.
No external interconnecting
flexible.
N
For lengths 3.05m or less, external
interconnecting flexible cord and cable
assemblies that are not types specified in the
NEC are required to have special construction
features and identification markings.
1.7.1
Equipment for use on a.c. mains supply systems Class III equipment.
with a neutral and more than one phase conductor
(e.g. 120/240 V, 3-wire) require a special marking
format for electrical ratings.
N
A voltage rating that exceeds an attachment plug
cap rating is only permitted if it does not exceed
the extreme operating conditions in Table 2 of
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 235, and if it is part of a
range that extends into the Table 2 “Normal
Operating Conditions”. Likewise, a voltage rating
shall not be lower than the specified “Normal
Operating Conditions”, unless it is part of a range
that extends into the “Normal Operating
Conditions”.
2.5
Where a fuse is used to provide Class 2, Limited No such fuse provided.
Power Source, or TNV current limiting, it shall not
be operator-accessible unless it is not
interchangeable.
N
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Suitable NEC/CEC branch circuit protection rated Class III equipment.
at the maximum circuit rating is required for all
standard supply outlets, receptacles and mediumbase or smaller lampholders if the supply branch
circuit protection is not suitable.
N
Power distribution transformers distributing power
at 100 V or more, and rated 10 kVA or more,
require transformer overcurrent protection.
3.2
Wiring methods (terminals, leads etc.) used for
Class III equipment.
the connection of the equipment to the mains shall
be in accordance with the NEC/CEC.
N
3.2.1
Power supply cords are required to have
Class III equipment.
attachment plugs rated not less than 125% of the
rated current of the equipment.
N
3.2.3
Permanent connection of equipment to the mains The equipment is not
supply by a power supply cord is not permitted,
permanently connected to the
except for certain equipment, such as ATMs.
mains.
N
3.2.5
Power supply cords are required to be no longer
than 4.5m in length.
No power supply cord is
supplied.
N
The equipment is not
permanently connected to the
mains.
N
Flexible power supply cords are required to be
compatible with Article 400 of the NEC, and
Tables 11 and 12 of the CEC.
3.2.9
Permanently connected equipment is required to
have a suitable wiring compartment and wire
bending space.
3.3
Wiring terminals and associated spacings for field Class III equipment.
wiring connections shall comply with CSA C22.2
No. 0.
N
3.3.3
Wire binding screws are not permitted to attach
conductors larger than 10 AWG (5.3 mm2).
Class III equipment.
N
3.3.4
Terminals for permanent wiring, including
protective earthing terminals, are required to be
suitable for U.S./Canadian wire gauge sizes,
rated 125% of the equipment rating, and
specially marked when specified (1.7.7).
Class III equipment.
N
3.4.2
Motor control devices are required for cordconnected equipment with a motor if the
equipment is rated more than 12 A, or if the
motor has a nominal voltage rating greater than
120 V, or is rated more than 1/3 hp (locked rotor
current over 43 A).
No motors in the equipment.
N
3.4.8
Vertically-mounted disconnect switches and
circuit breakers are required to have the “on”
position indicated by the handle in the up
position.
No such switch used.
N
3.4.11
For computer room applications, equipment with
battery systems capable of supplying 750 VA for
five minutes are required to have a battery
disconnect means that may be connected to the
computer room remote power-off circuit.
No battery in the equipment.
N
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The maximum quantity of flammable liquid stored No flammable liquids within the
in equipment is required to comply with NFPA 30. equipment.
N
4.3.13
Equipment with lasers is required to meet the
Code of Federal Regulations 21 CFR 1040 (and
the Canadian Radiation Emitting Devices Act,
REDR C1370).
No laser and LED is of diffusive
type.
P
4.7
For computer room applications, automated
information storage systems with combustible
media greater than 27 cubic feet are required to
have a provision for connection of either
automatic sprinklers or a gaseous agent
extinguishing system with an extended
discharge.
The equipment has no
combustible area greater than 27
cubic feet.
N
4.7.3.1
For computer room applications, enclosures with
combustible material measuring greater than 0.9
m2 or a single dimension greater than 1.8 m are
required to have a flame spread rating of 50 or
less. For other applications, enclosures with the
same dimensions require a flame spread rating
of 200 or less.
The equipment has no
combustible material greater
than 0.9m2 or single dimension
greater than 1.8m.
N
Annex H
Equipment that produces ionizing radiation is
required to comply with the Code of Federal
Regulations, 21 CFR 1020 (and Canadian
Radiation Emitting Devices Act, REDR C1370).
The equipment does not produce
ionizing radiation.
N
The following key national differences are based on requirements other than national regulatory
requirements. The bi-national standard (CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1/UL 60950-1, First Edition)
should be consulted for further details on the national differences summarized below
1.5.1
Some components and materials associated with
the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal injury
are required to have component or material
ratings in accordance with the applicable national
(U.S. and Canadian) component or material
requirements.
These components include:
attachment plugs, battery packs (rechargeable
type, used with transportable equipment),
cathode ray tubes, circuit breakers,
communication circuit accessories, connectors
(used for current interruption of non-LPS circuits),
cord sets and power supply cords, direct plug-in
equipment, enclosures (outdoor), flexible cords
and cables, fuses (branch circuit), fuseholders,
ground-fault current interrupters, industrial control
equipment, insulating tape, interconnecting
cables, lampholders, limit controls, printed wiring,
protectors for communications circuits,
receptacles, solid state controls, supplementary
protectors, surge suppressors, switches
(including interlock switches), thermal cutoffs,
thermostats, multi-layer transformer winding wire,
tubing, wire connectors, and wire and cables
Critical components are IEC
certified. See list of critical
components in main CB report
(§1.5.1). There may be additional
requirements for components in
US.
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2.3.1
For TNV-2 and TNV-3 circuits with other than
ringing signals and with voltages exceeding 42.4
Vpeak or 60 Vdc, the maximum acceptable
current through a 2000 ohm resistor (or greater)
connected across the voltage source with other
loads disconnected is 7.1 mA peak or 30 mA dc
under normal operating conditions.
No TNV circuitry.
N
2.3.2
In the event of a single fault, the limits of 2.2.3
No TNV circuitry.
apply to SELV Circuits and accessible conductive
parts.
N
2.6.3.4
When subject to impedance testing, protective
earthing and bonding are required to be
subjected to the additional test conditions
specified.
3.2.1.2
The equipment is not for
Equipment connected to centralized d.c. power
connection to a d.c. mains
system, and having one pole of the DC mains
supply.
input terminal connected to the main protective
earthing terminal in the equipment, is required to
comply with special earthing, wiring, marking and
installation instruction requirements.
N
4.2.8.1
Enclosures around CRT’s with a face diameter of No CRTs in the equipment.
160 mm or more are required to reduce the risk
of injury due to the implosion of the CRT.
N
4.3.2
Equipment with handles is required to comply
with special loading tests.
The equipment has no handles.
N
5.1.8.3
Equipment intended to receive
telecommunication ringing signals is required to
comply with a special touch current
measurement tests.
No TNV circuitry.
N
6.2.1
Enamel coating on winding wire not considered
electrical separation unless subjected to special
investigation.
No TNV circuitry.
N
6.4
Equipment intended for connection to
No TNV circuitry.
telecommunication network outside plant cable is
required to be protected against overvoltage from
power line crosses in accordance with 6.4 and
Annex NAC.
N
6.5
Equipment connected to a telecommunications
network and supplied with an earphone intended
to be held against, or in the ear is required to
comply with special acoustic pressure tests.
No TNV circuitry.
N
M.2
Continuous ringing signals up to 16 mA only are
permitted if the equipment is subjected to special
installation and performance restrictions.
No TNV circuitry.
N
Class III equipment.
N
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