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Report No.: TRS11120147
TEST REPORT
EN 60601-1: 2006
Medical electrical equipment
Part 1: General requirements for safety
Report reference No. ...................... :
TRS11120147
Compiled by (+ signature) .............. :
Mustang Wu
Reviewed by (+ signature) ............. :
Ivy Chen
Approved by (+ signature) .............. :
Tiger Jiang
Date of issue .................................. :
January 18, 2012
Testing laboratory ........................ :
Shenzhen Huatongwei International Inspection Co., Ltd.
Address .......................................... :
Keji Nan No.12 Road, Hi-tech Park, Shenzhen ,China
Testing location .............................. :
Shenzhen City ,China
...................................................
...................................................
...................................................
Applicant’s name .......................... :
Ningbo Ourui New Material Technology Development Co., Ltd.
Address .......................................... :
No.9, Xiahengdai Road, Lanjiang Street, Yuyao City, Zhejiang,
China.
Test specification:
Standard ......................................... :
EN 60601-1:2006/AC:2010
Test procedure ............................... :
CB
Non-standard test method………….:
N/A
Test Report Form No. ................... :
IEC60601_1E
Test Report Form Originator .......... :
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Master TRF..................................... :
Dated 2009-01
Copyright © 2009 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.
If this Test Report Form is used by non-IECEE members, the IECEE/IEC logo shall be removed
This report is not valid as a CB Test Report unless signed by an approved CB Testing Laboratory and
appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by an NCB in accordance with IECEE 02.
Test item description ................... :
Blood Pressure Monitor
Trade Mark ..................................... :
Manufacturer .................................. :
NINGBO OURUI NEW MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY
DEVELOPMENT CO.,LTD.
Model/Type reference..................... :
ORA210, ORA211
Ratings ........................................... :
6.0V
, 4X1.5V AA batteries.
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Summary of testing
Tests performed (name of test and test clause):
Testing location:
All the requirements of IEC 60601-1:2005 were evaluated in this report
except the following clauses:
SHENZHEN HUATONGWEI
INTERNATIONAL INSPECTION
Co., Ltd.
11.7 Biocompatibility of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
17 * Electromagnetic compatibility of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
Copy of marking plate
Labelling of Digital Blood Pressure Monitor
Labelling of arm cuff
Keji Nan No.12 Road, Hi-tech
Park, Shenzhen ,China
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Test item particulars (see also Clause 5):
Classification of installation and use ....................................... :
Hand-held equipment.
Device type............................................................................... :
Internal powered equipment.
Clinical application ................................................................... :
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor is intended
to measure the systolic and diastolic blood
pressure and pulse rate of an adult individual.
Babies, young children or individuals who
cannot express their consent are not suitable to
take blood pressure measurement.
Individuals with serious arteriosclerosis are not
suitable to take blood pressure measurement.
Mode of operation .................................................................... :
Continuous operation
Surface temperature of APPLIED PART ....................................... :
Less than 41 degree C
Supply connection ................................................................... :
Accessories and detachable parts included............................. :
4 x AA batteries used in appliance
NIBP cuff
Other options include ............................................................... :
N/A
Testing
Date of receipt of test item(s) .................................................... : December 20, 2011
Dates tests performed ............................................................... : December 20, 2011 to January 10, 2012
Possible test case verdicts:
- test case does not apply to the test object ............................ :
N/A (N)
- test object does meet the requirement .................................. :
Pass (P)
- test object does not meet the requirement ............................ :
Fail (F)
Abbreviations used in the report:
- normal condition ........................................................... :N.C.
- operational insulation ................................................... :OP
- basic insulation between parts of opposite polarity ..... :BOP
- double insulation .......................................................... :DI
- single fault condition................... :S.F.C.
- basic insulation ........................... :BI
- supplementary insulation ........... :SI
- reinforced insulation ................... :RI
General remarks:
"(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 point is used as the decimal separator.
The tests results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of the testing laboratory.
List of test equipment must be kept on file and available for review.
Additional test data and/or information provided in the attachments to this report.
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General product information:
1. The model ORA211 and ORA210 Blood Pressure Monitor are arm-type Blood Pressure Monitor which
measuring the Blood pressure through arm cuff.
2. All devices are powered by internal batteries.
3. Unless otherwise specified, all the tests are conducted on model ORA211 to represent other models.
4. max operating temperature: 40 degree C
5. All the models have the same construction circuit diagram and PCB layout except model ORA211
equipment have voice function. Details see the following table:
Model
ORA211 ORA210 Product Picture
blood pressure range
pulse rate
blood pressure precision
pulse precision
PCB layouts
PCB material
Construction
Operation
Software
Enclosure material
Schematic
Components
Voice function
Power supply
Arm cuff dimension
Note: The test subject was ORA211.
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
same
Has such function
No such function
4×AA batteries
Size:49x14.5cm , Apply to 22-32cm arm circumference
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INSULATION DIAGRAM
C
(1MOPP for External
Mains on A.P.)
ENCLOSURE
NIBP Cuff
(AP.)
Internal circuit
6Vdc
A
(2MOOP / 2MOPP)
B
(2MOPP)
P
TABLE: To insulation diagram
Insulation type: Reference
operational
/ basic voltage
Area
/ supplementary /
double /
reinforced
Required
creepage
(mm)
Required
clearance
(mm)
Measured
creepage
(mm)
Measured
clearance
(mm)
Remarks
A
double/ reinforced
(2MOOP/
2MOPP)
6.0Vdc.
3.4
1.6
> 4.0
> 4.0
Live part (battery)
to plastic enclosure
B
double/ reinforced
(2MOPP)
6.0Vdc
3.4
1.6
> 3.4
> 3.4
Applied part to Live
part(battery)
C
Basic(1MOPP)
250Vrms
4
2.5
> 4.0
> 4.0
Type BF Applied
part to Enclosure
INSULATION DIAGRAM CONVENTIONS:
Insulation diagram is a graphical representation of equipment insulation barriers, protective impedance
protective earthing. If feasible, use the following conventions to generate the diagram:
and
All isolation barriers are identified by letters between separate parts of diagram, for example separate
transformer windings, optocouplers, wire insulation, creepage and clearance distances.
Parts connected to earth with large dots are protectively earthed. Other connections to earth are functional
Applied parts are extended beyond the equipment enclosure and terminated with an arrow.
Parts accessible to the operator only are extended outside of the enclosure, but are not terminated with an
arrow.
Blocks containing the letter “Z” indicate protective impedance.
Operational Insulation (OP) - indicates insulation that may be required for function of the equipment, but is not
required or relied on for compliance with the requirements of clauses 17, 20 and 57.
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EN60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
4
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
P
Requirements of this standard applied in NORMAL
reasonably foreseeable misuse
P
Definitions/ requirements using the term PATIENT
considered as applicable to individual(s) for whom
ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM is designed for
P
A RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS complying with ISO See Attachments related to this
14971 was performed .......................................... : Clause
P
ISO 14971applied with the specified
considerations:
P
– Term “medical device” assumed same as ME
P
4.1
Result - Remark
Verdict
USE and
4.2
EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM
– Term “fault conditions” not limited to SINGLE
P
FAULT CONDITIONS
– Policy to determine acceptable RISK, and
acceptability of RESIDUAL RISK(s) established by
See Risk Management control
procedure for Medical Device,
which is a procedure document
of the manufacture.
P
– Verifiable requirements of this and associated
standards complied with for particular RISKS
including RESIDUAL RISKs presumed to be
acceptable unless there was OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE
to the contrary
See Risk Management Report.
P
Requirements for inspection of RISK MANAGEMENT
satisfied based on
MANUFACTURER’S established RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS, acceptable levels of RISK, and
acceptable RESIDUAL RISK(s) according to the
policy for determining acceptable RISK
See Risk Management Report.
P
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE functions identified
according to MANUFACTURER’S policy for RISK
acceptability in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Risk Management Report.
P
MANUFACTURER
FILE considered
4.3
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE functions maintained
following particular tests as applicable
4.4
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE stated in RISK
P
See Risk Management Report.
P
4.5
Alternative means of addressing particular RISKS
See Risk Management Report
considered acceptable based on MANUFACTURER’S
justification that RESIDUAL RISKS resulting from
application of alternative means are ≤ to RESIDUAL
RISKS resulting from requirements of this standard
P
4.6
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS identifies parts that
See Risk Management Report
can come into contact with PATIENT but not defined
as APPLIED PARTS subjected to the requirements
for APPLIED PARTS, except for 7.2.10
P
4.7
ME EQUIPMENT remained SINGLE FAULT SAFE, or the
RISK remained acceptable as determined by 4.2
P
MANAGEMENT FILE
considered
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EN60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
a) ME EQUIPMENT with a single means of reducing See Risk Management Report
a RISK having negligible probability of failure
Also see appended Table 8.10
considered SINGLE FAULT SAFE, or
P
b) a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION occurred, except as
follows:
P
See Risk Management Report
– initial fault detected during EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT and before a second means
for reducing a RISK failed (e.g. suspended masses
with MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES), or
P
– probability that the second means of reducing
the RISK would fail during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of
ME EQUIPMENT was negligible
P
Two failures resulting from a SINGLE FAULT
a secondary SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION considered as one SINGLE FAULT
P
CONDITION causing
CONDITION
Only one fault applied at a time during the tests
under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
Results of RISK ANALYSIS used to determine which
failures should be tested
P
Failure of any one component at a time that could
result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION, including those
in 13.1, simulated physically or theoretically
P
RISK associated with failure of component during
into
account to evaluate if a component should be
subjected to failure simulation
P
Evaluation done by applying the principles of RISK
P
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT taken
MANAGEMENT taking into account reliability, TENSILE
SAFETY FACTORS, and rating of components
During simulation of SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS,
highly probable or undetectable component
failures simulated
P
Requirements and relevant tests of this clause not
applied to failures of DOUBLE or REINFORCED
INSULATION or COMPONENTS WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
P
CHARACTERISTICS
Specific requirements and tests associated with
13.2 applied together
with the tests for failures identified from evaluation
of the results of RISK ANALYSIS
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS applied one at a time as
described in 13.2 did not lead directly to the
HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS in 13.1, or any other
outcome resulting in an unacceptable RISK
P
All components and wiring whose failure could
result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION used in
accordance with their applicable ratings, except as
specified, or by RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in
4.8
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EN60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Reliability of components used as MEANS OF
for conditions of use in ME
EQUIPMENT, and they complied with one of the
following:
No MEANS part.
Verdict
N
PROTECTION assessed
4.9
a) applicable safety requirements of a relevant IEC See appended Table 8.10
or ISO standard ...................................................... :
P
b) requirements of this standard applied in the
absence of a relevant IEC or ISO standard
P
See appended Table 8.10 &
risk management report.
Tests conducted on motors (13.28 & 13.2.13.3)
and transformers (15.5.3) together with evaluation
of their insulation system according to Table 22
represent all required tests
P
ME SYSTEM components providing isolation from
non-ME EQUIPMENT evaluated to Clause 16
P
A COMPONENT WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
CHARACTERISTICS provided because a fault in a
particular component can generate an
unacceptable RISK
See appended Table 8.10 &
risk management report.
COMPONENTS WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
and evaluated
consistent with their conditions of use and
reasonable foreseeable misuse during EXPECTED
SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT by reviewing RISK
P
P
CHARACTERISTICS selected
MANAGEMENT FILE
4.10
Power supply
P
4.10.1
ME EQUIPMENT is suitable for connection to a
Powered by an internal
SUPPLY MAINS, specified to be connected to a
electrical power source.
See User manual.
separate power supply, can be powered by an
INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE, or a
combination of the three ...................................... :
P
4.10.2
Maximum rated voltage for ME EQUIPMENT
Not intended to be connected
intended to be connected to SUPPLY MAINS is 250 V to supply mains
for HAND-HELD ME EQUIPMENT (V) ............................ :
N
– 250 V d.c. or single-phase a.c., or 500 V
Only 6.0Vd.c.
polyphase a.c. for ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
with a RATED input ≤ 4 kVA (V)............................... :
P
– 500 V for all other ME EQUIPMENT and ME
N
SYSTEMS
SUPPLY MAINS characteristics are as follows:
N
– overvoltage category II for mains transients,
Supplied by internal batteries
except when a higher category specified by
MANUFACTURER ....................................................... :
N
– no voltage >110 % or < 90 % of NOMINAL voltage
between any of the conductors of the system or
between any of these conductors and earth (% of
NOMINAL voltage ).................................................... :
N
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
– voltages that are practically sinusoidal and
forming a practically symmetrical supply system in
case of poly-phase supply
N
– a frequency of ≤ 1 kHz (Hz) ................................ :
N
– a frequency deviation of ≤ 1 Hz from NOMINAL
frequency up to 100 Hz and ≤ 1 % from NOMINAL
frequency from 100 Hz to 1 kHz (Hz, or %
deviation from NOMINAL frequency) ........................ :
– protective measures per IEC 60364-4-41 .......... :
N
– a d.c. voltage (as measured by a moving coil
Supplied by internal batteries
meter or equivalent method) having a peak-topeak ripple ≤ 10 % of average value (V dc) .......... :
N
Peak voltage applied when peak-to-peak ripple
exceeded 10 % of average value
N
Additional safety measures applied to ME
to be operated
from a SUPPLY MAINS with characteristics different
from SUPPLY MAINS described in this clause........... :
EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM intended
4.11
Power input
(supplied by internal batteries)
N
Steady-state measured input of ME EQUIPMENT or
and at operating
settings indicated in instructions for use did not
exceed marked rating by more than 10 % ............ :
N
– Measurements on ME EQUIPMENT or a ME SYSTEM
marked with one or more RATED voltage ranges
made at both upper and lower limits of the range
N
Measurements made at a voltage equal to the
mean value of the range when each marking of
RATED input was related to the mean value of
relevant voltage range
N
– Steady state current measured with a true r.m.s
reading instrument
N
Power input, expressed in volt-amperes,
measured with a volt-ampere meter or calculated
as the product of steady state current (measured
as described above) and supply voltage
N
A supplier certification used in place of the above
measurement as the basis for steady state current
or power input specification
N
5
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING ME EQUIPMENT
P
5.1
TYPE TESTS determined in consideration of Clause Type tests
4, in particular 4.2
P
Test not performed when analysis indicated
All tests have been performed.
condition being tested was adequately evaluated
by other tests or methods ..................................... :
N
ME SYSTEM at RATED voltage
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Clause
5.2
Requirement + Test
5.4
5.5
Verdict
Results of RISK ANALYSIS used to determine
See Risk Management report
combination(s) of simultaneous faults to be tested provided by the manufacture.
P
RISK ANALYSIS revised, necessarily, based on test
results
P
See the version record of the
Risk Management report
TYPE TESTS conducted on one representative
sample under investigation
Multiple samples used simultaneously when
validity of results was not significantly affected
5.3
Result - Remark
P
No significantly affected, Used
one representative sample.
N
a) Tests conducted within the range of
See manufacturer instruction
environmental conditions specified in the technical
description ........................................................... :
P
b) ME EQUIPMENT shielded from other influences
that might affect the validity of tests
P
Me equipment shielded from
other influences during the test.
c) Test conditions modified and results adjusted
accordingly when ambient temperature could not
be maintained
N
a) ME EQUIPMENT tested under least favorable
working conditions specified in instructions for use
and identified during RISK ANALYSIS, except as
noted
P
b) ME EQUIPMENT with adjustable or controlled
operating values by anyone other than SERVICE
PERSONNEL adjusted to values least favorable for
the relevant test according to instructions for use
P
c) When test results influenced by inlet pressure
and flow or chemical composition of a cooling
liquid, tests performed within the limits of these
characteristics based on technical description
No such influence
N
d) Potable water used for cooling
Not used such way for cooling
N
a) Effects of deviations of supply voltage from its
on test results taken into account
P
Supply voltage during tests was the least
6.0Vdc
favorable of the voltages specified in 4.10 or
voltages marked on ME EQUIPMENT (V) ................. :
P
b) ME EQUIPMENT with a MAINS PART intended for
Supplied by internal batteries
connection to a.c. SUPPLY MAINS tested only with
a.c. at marked RATED frequency ± 1 Hz up to and
including 100 Hz, and ± 1 % above 100 Hz ......... :
N
ME EQUIPMENT marked with a RATED frequency
range tested at the least favorable frequency
within the range (Hz) .............................................. :
N
c) ME EQUIPMENT with more than one RATED
Only powered by internal
battery, tested with batteries.
voltage, or for both a.c. and d.c., tested in
conditions (see 5.4) related to the least favorable
voltage, nature of supply, and type of current ....... :
P
Some tests performed to determine the least
favorable supply configuration
P
RATED value
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
d) ME EQUIPMENT with a MAINS PART for connection Not such equipment
to d.c. SUPPLY MAINS tested with d.c. only
N
Possible effects of polarity on operation of ME
taken into account based on
instructions for use
N
e) ME EQUIPMENT tested with alternative
NIBP cuff
components specified in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS to result in the least
favorable conditions ............................................... :
P
f) ME EQUIPMENT connected to a separate power
No separate power supply
supply as specified in instructions for use ............. : used with equipment
N
When failure occurred or probability of future
failure detected during sequence of tests, per
agreement with manufacturer, all tests affecting
results conducted on a new sample
P
Alternatively, upon repair and modification of the
sample, only the relevant tests conducted
P
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof affected by climatic
conditions were set up completely, or partially,
with covers detached and subjected to a humidity
preconditioning prior to tests of 8.7.4 and 8.8.3
P
Manually detachable parts removed and treated
concurrently with major parts and manually
removable ACCESS COVERS opened and detached
P
ME EQUIPMENT heated to a temperature between T
and T + 4 °C for at least 4 h and placed in a
humidity chamber with a relative humidity of 93 %
± 3 % and an ambient within 2 °C of T in the range
of + 20 °C to + 32 °C for 48 h
P
When RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS indicated ME
No such risk as it’s an indoor
use equipment.
be exposed to high humidity for
extended periods (i.e., out-door use), test time
extended proportionally (h) .................................... :
N
ME EQUIPMENT reassembled after humidity
treatment when necessary
P
EQUIPMENT was
ACCESSORIES and
5.6
5.7
EQUIPMENT can
Reassembled the ultrasound
probes.
5.8
Unless stated otherwise, tests in this standard
sequenced as in Annex B to prevent results of one
test on a subsequent test
P
5.9
Determination of APPLIED PARTS and ACCESSIBLE PARTS
P
5.9.1
APPLIED PARTS identified by inspection and
NIBP Cuff
reference to ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS ............... :
P
5.9.2
ACCESSIBLE PARTS
P
5.9.2.1
ACCESSIBLE PARTS identified by inspection
P
Accessibility, when necessary, determined using
standard test finger of Fig 6 applied in a bent or
straight position as follows:
P
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
– for all positions in NORMAL USE, except ME
use on the floor with a mass in any
operational condition > 45 kg not tilted
The equipments were much
lower than 45kg.
EQUIPMENT for
5.9.2.2
Verdict
P
Cabinet mounted ME EQUIPMENT tested in final
mounting position
P
–after opening of ACCESS COVERS and removal of No such parts.
parts, including lamps, fuses and fuse-holders,
without a TOOL or based on instructions for use
N
Openings preventing entry of test finger of Fig 6
mechanically tested with a straight un-jointed test
finger of the same dimensions with a force of 30 N
N
When the straight un-jointed test finger entered,
test with the standard test finger (Fig 6) was
repeated, if necessary, by pushing the finger
through the opening
N
Test hook of Fig. 7 inserted in all openings of ME
No such openings in the me
pulled with a force of 20 N for 10 s equipment.
N
All additional parts that became accessible
checked using standard test finger and by
inspection
N
EQUIPMENT and
5.9.2.3
Conductive parts of actuating mechanisms of
electrical controls accessible after removal of
handles, knobs, levers and the like regarded as
No such accessible parts of
the tested equipment.
N
ACCESSIBLE PARTS
Conductive parts of actuating mechanisms not
No conductive parts of
actuating mechanisms.
considered ACCESSIBLE PARTS when removal of
handles, knobs, etc. required use of a TOOL, and
inspection of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE indicated the
relevant part is unlikely to detach unintentionally
during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT
N
6
CLASSIFICATION OF ME EQUIPMENT AND ME SYSTEMS
P
6.1
ME EQUIPMENT, parts thereof, and APPLIED PARTS,
classified against electric shock as follows:
P
6.2
CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT, externally powered
N
CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT, externally powered
N
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT with
Supplied by internal batteries
P
means of connection to a SUPPLY
with the requirements for CLASS I
or CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT when so connected, and
with the requirements for INTERNALLY POWERED ME
EQUIPMENT when not connected to SUPPLY MAINS
N
TYPE B APPLIED PART
N
TYPE BF APPLIED PART
P
TYPE CF APPLIED PART
N
MAINS complied
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS
No Defibrillation-proof applied
part
Verdict
N
6.3
ENCLOSURES classified according to degree of
IPX0 equipment.
protection against ingress of water and particulate
matter (IPN1N2) as detailed in IEC 60529 ............... :
N
6.4
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts intended to be sterilized No part is intended to be
classified according to method(s) of sterilization in sterilized.
instructions for use (e.g., by ethylene oxide gas,
gamma ray irradiation, etc.) ................................... :
N
6.5
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use in Not intended for use in an
oxygen rich environment.
an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT classified for such
use and complied with 11.2.2
N
6.6
CONTINUOUS or Non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION ........ : Continuous
P
7
ME EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION, MARKING, AND DOCUMENTS
P
7.1.1
RISK of poor USABILITY associated with the design
of ME EQUIPMENT'S identification and marking
addressed in a USABILITY ENGINEERING PROCESS
N
7.1.2
Markings specified in 7.2-7.6 met the requirements
when ME EQUIPMENT or its parts were so positioned
that viewpoint was the intended position of the
OPERATOR; or at any point within the base of a cone
subtended by an angle of 30° to the axis normal to
center of plane of marking and at 1 m
P
Ambient luminance was the least favorable level in
the range of 100 to 1500 lx, and observer had a
visual acuity of 0 on the log Minimum Angle of
Resolution (log MAR) scale or 6/6 (20/20), corrected
when necessary (lx) ................................................ :
P
– markings were clearly legible for warning
statements, instructive statements, safety signs,
and drawings on outside of ME EQUIPMENT from
position of person performing related function
P
– markings were clearly legible for FIXED ME
EQUIPMENT when the ME EQUIPMENT mounted
position of NORMAL USE
See Risk management report
and the USABILITY
ENGINEERING related
documents provided by the
manufacture.
Not fixed ME equipment.
N
in its
– markings were clearly legible for TRANSPORTABLE
and STATIONARY ME EQUIPMENT not FIXED in NORMAL
USE or after dislodging ME EQUIPMENT from a wall
against which it was positioned, or after turning ME
EQUIPMENT from its position of NORMAL USE and for
dismountable rack units, after removal from rack
P
– markings inside ME EQUIPMENT or parts were
clearly legible when viewed from the intended
position of person performing related function
P
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7.1.3
Required markings can be removed only with a
by appreciable force, are durable and
remain CLEARLY LEGIBLE during EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT in NORMAL USE
P
a) After tests, adhesive labels didn’t loosen up or
curl up at edges and markings complied with 7.1.2
P
b) Markings required by 7.2-7.6 remained CLEARLY See appended Tables 7.1.3
durability of marking test
and 8.10
P
Marking on the outside of ME EQUIPMENT or ME EQUIPMENT parts
P
At least markings in 7.2.2, 7.2.5, 7.2.6 (not for
See marking plate and the
marking on the ENCLOSURE.
P
All required markings can be
seen marking plate and the
markings on the enclosure.
N
TOOL or
LEGIBLE after
7.2
7.2.1
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT), 7.2.10,
and 7.2.13 were applied when size of EQUIPMENT,
its part, an ACCESSORY, or ENCLOSURE did not
permit application of all required markings ......... :
Remaining markings fully recorded in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS ................................... :
Markings applied to individual packaging when
All Markings are practical to
impractical to apply to ME EQUIPMENT.................... : apply to ME EQUIPMENT.
N
A material, component, ACCESSORY, or ME
No single use part.
for a single use, or its
packaging marked “Do Not Reuse” or with symbol
28 of Table D.1 (ISO 7000-1051, DB:2004-01)....... :
N
Name or trademark of MANUFACTURER marked on
its detachable components .... :
P
MODEL OR TYPE REFERENCE also marked, except
See marking plate.
when misidentification would not present an
unacceptable RISK ................................................. :
P
Software forming part of a PEMS identified with a
See Software vision in the
unique identifier, such as revision level or date of software validation report.
release/issue, and identification are available to
designated persons (e.g., SERVICE PERSONNEL).... :
P
Marking identification on outside of ME EQUIPMENT No such marking identification
considered optional
on outside.
P
Symbol 11 on Table D.1 (ISO 7000-1641, DB:
2004-01) used, optionally, advice to OPERATOR to
consult ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
P
Safety sign 10 on Table D.2 (safety sign IEC
Not must be consulted.
60878 Safety 01) used, advising OPERATOR that
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS must be consulted .... :
N
ACCESSORIES marked with name or trademark of
See the label of NIBP cuff.
their MANUFACTURER or supplier, and with a MODEL
or TYPE REFERENCE ................................................................................ :
P
Markings applied to individual packaging when not
practical to apply to ACCESSORIES
P
EQUIPMENT intended
7.2.2
ME EQUIPMENT and
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
See the packaging.
MODEL or TYPE REF. of equipment to be connected Not such equipment.
to ME EQUIPMENT to provide power, is marked
adjacent to the relevant connection point when this
connection could result in an unacceptable RISK .... :
N
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7.2.6
Following markings appear on outside of part
containing SUPPLY MAINS connection and,
preferably, adjacent to connection point, except
for PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT
Only Powered by Internal
batteries.
Verdict
N
No part containing SUPPLY
MAINS connection
NOMINAL supply voltage or range marked inside or 6.0Vdc
outside of ME EQUIPMENT, preferably, adjacent to
supply connection terminals for PERMANENTLY
INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT (V, V-V) ........................... :
P
– RATED supply voltage(s) or RATED voltage
range(s) with a hyphen (-) between minimum and
maximum voltages (V, V-V) ..................................... :
N
Multiple RATED supply voltages or multiple RATED
supply voltage ranges are separated by (V/V)........ :
N
– nature of supply (e.g., No. of phases, except
dc
single-phase) and type of current ............................ :
P
Symbols 1-5, Table D.1 (symbols of IEC 604175032, 5032-1, 5032-2, 5031, and 5033, all DB:
2002-10) used, optionally, for same parameters .... :
P
– RATED supply frequency or RATED frequency
Supplied by internal batteries
range in hertz ........................................................... :
N
– symbol 9 of Table D.1 (symbol IEC 60417-5172, Not such equipment
DB: 2003-02) used for CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT......... :
N
RATED input in amps or volt-amps, or in watts when Only powered by internal
power factor exceeds 0.9 (A, VA, W) ................................. : batteries.
N
RATED input for one or more RATED voltage ranges
provided for upper and lower limits of the range or
ranges when the range(s) is/are greater than ±
10 % of the mean value of specified range (VA) .... :
N
Input at mean value of range marked when range
limits do not differ by more than 10 % from mean
value (VA)................................................................. :
N
Marking includes long-time and most relevant
Not included such condition.
momentary volt-ampere ratings when provided,
each plainly identified and indicated in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS (VA) ............................. :
N
Marked input of ME EQUIPMENT provided with
No such connection of supply
means for connection of supply conductors of other conductors of other electrical
electrical equipment includes RATED and marked
equipment.
output of such means (VA) ...................................... :
N
7.2.8
Output connectors
P
7.2.8.1
See 16.9.2.1 b) for MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS
integral with ME EQUIPMENT
No multiple socket-outlets
integral with me equipment.
N
7.2.8.2
Output connectors of ME EQUIPMENT, except
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS or connectors intended
only for specified equipment or ACCESSORIES,
marked with RATED output voltage, RATED current
or power and output frequency (when applicable) :
No applicable.
N
7.2.7
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ME EQUIPMENT or its parts marked with the IP
IPX0 equipment
environmental Code per IEC 60529 according to
classification in 6.3 (Table D.3, Code 2) ................. :
P
Marking of IPX0 and IP0X Codes optional
P
7.2.10
Result - Remark
No marked with IPX0.
Verdict
Degrees of protection against electric shock as
classified in 6.2 for all APPLIED PARTS marked with
relevant symbols as follows (not applied to parts
identified according to 4.6):
P
TYPE B APPLIED PARTS with symbol 19 of Table D.1 Only with Type BF applied
(IEC 60417-5840, DB: 2002-10), not applied to
part.
give impression of being inscribed within a square
to differentiate with symbol IEC 60417-5333 .......... :
N
TYPE BF APPLIED PARTS with symbol 20 of Table D.1
(IEC 60417-5333, DB: 2002-10).............................. :
P
TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS with symbol 21 of Table D.1 Not such applied parts
(IEC 60417-5335, DB: 2002-10).............................. :
N
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS marked with No Defibrillation-proof applied
symbols 25-27 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5841, IEC parts
60417-5334, or IEC 60417-5336, all DB: 2002-10) :
N
Proper symbol marked adjacent to or on connector Proper symbol marked
for APPLIED PART, except marked on APPLIED PART
adjacent to the connector for
when there is no connector, or connector used for applied part
more than one APPLIED PART and different APPLIED
PARTS with different classifications ........................... :
P
Safety sign 2 of Table D.2 (safety sign ISO 7010No Defibrillation-proof patient
W001) placed near relevant outlet when protection cable.
against effect of discharge of a cardiac defibrillator
is partly in the PATIENT cable .................................... :
N
An explanation indicating protection of ME
No Defibrillation-proof patient
effects of discharge of a cardiac cable.
defibrillator depends on use of appropriate cables
included in instructions for use ................................ :
N
ME EQUIPMENT not marked to the contrary assumed continuous operation
to be suitable for CONTINUOUS OPERATION
P
DUTY CYCLE for ME EQUIPMENT intended for nonCONTINUOUS OPERATION appropriately marked to
N
EQUIPMENT against
7.2.11
provide maximum “on” and “off” time ...................... :
7.2.12
Type and full rating of a fuse (voltage, current,
No fuse used in equipment
operating speed and breaking capacity) marked
adjacent to ACCESSIBLE fuse-holder ......................... :
N
7.2.13
A safety sign CLEARLY LEGIBLE and visible after
INSTALLATION in NORMAL USE applied to a prominent
location of EQUIPMENT that produce physiological
effects capable of causing HARM to PATIENT or
OPERATOR not obvious to OPERATOR ....................... :
N
Nature of HAZARD and precautions for avoiding or
minimizing the associated RISK described in
instructions for use ................................................... :
No impossible to product such
physiological effects.
N
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7.2.14
HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINAL DEVICES on the outside of
ME EQUIPMENT accessible without the use of a TOOL
No High voltage terminal
devices of me equipment
outside accessible without the
use of a tool.
marked with symbol 24 of Table D.1 (symbol IEC
60417-5036, DB: 2002-10)
Verdict
N
7.2.15
Requirements for cooling provisions marked (e.g., No such cooling provisions.
supply of water or air) .............................................. :
N
7.2.16
ME EQUIPMENT with
Hand-held equipment.
N
7.2.17
Packaging marked with special handling
No such requirements.
instructions for transport and/or storage ................. :
N
Permissible environmental conditions for transport Refer to the packaging.
and storage marked on outside of packaging ........ :
P
Packaging marked with a suitable safety sign
No such risk.
indicating premature unpacking of ME EQUIPMENT or
its parts could result in an unacceptable RISK ......... :
N
Packaging of sterile ME EQUIPMENT or ACCESSORIES Not sterile me equipment or
marked sterile ........................................................... : accessories.
N
7.2.18
RATED maximum supply pressure from an external No supply pressure from an
source marked on ME EQUIPMENT adjacent to each external source.
input connector........................................................ :
N
7.2.19
Symbol 7 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5017, DB:2002- No functional earth terminal.
10) marked on FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINAL ........... :
N
7.2.20
Protective means, required to be removed to use No applications.
a particular function of ME EQUIPMENT with alternate
applications, marked to indicate the necessity for
replacement when the function is no longer needed:
N
No marking applied when an interlock provided
N
7.3
Marking on the inside of ME EQUIPMENT or ME EQUIPMENT parts
P
7.3.1
Maximum power loading of heating elements or
No used with heating elements
lamp-holders designed for use with heating lamps or heating lamps.
marked near heater or in heater itself (W) .............. :
N
An identifying marking referring to instruction in
for heating
elements or lamp-holders designed for use with
heating lamps that can be changed only by
SERVICE PERSONNEL using a TOOL ............................ :
N
7.3.2
Symbol 24 of Table D.1 (symbol IEC 60417-5036, No high voltage parts.
DB: 2002-10), or safety sign 3 of Table D.2 used to
mark presence of HIGH VOLTAGE parts ..................... :
N
7.3.3
Type of battery and mode of insertion when
4 x AA batteries used in
applicable is marked ............................................. : equipment
P
An identifying marking provided referring to
The battery can be changed by
instructions in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS for
the user.
batteries intended to be changed only by SERVICE
PERSONNEL using a TOOL .......................................... :
N
limited mechanical stability
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided
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A warning provided indicating replacement of
No such risk.
lithium batteries or fuel cells when incorrect
replacement by inadequately trained personnel
would result in an unacceptable RISK (e.g.,
excessive temperatures, fire or explosion) ............ :
N
An identifying marking also provided referring to
instructions in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS .............. :
N
Fuses and replaceable THERMAL CUT-OUTS and
OVER-CURRENT RELEASES, accessible only by a
TOOL, identified by type and full rating adjacent to
No fuses, replaceable thermal
cut-outs or over-current
releases used.
N
component (V, A, operating speed and breaking
capacity), or by a reference to information in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS ..................................... :
7.3.5
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL marked with symbol 6 No protective earth terminal.
of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5019, DB: 2002-10),
except for the PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL in an
APPLIANCE INLET according to IEC 60320-1 ............. :
N
Markings on or adjacent to PROTECTIVE EARTH
applied to parts requiring removal to
make the connection, and remained visible after
connection made
N
7.3.6
Symbol 7 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5017, DB: 2002 No such functional earth
-10) marked on FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINALS ........ : terminals.
N
7.3.7
Terminals for supply conductors marked adjacent
to terminals, except when interchanging
connections would not result in a HAZARD
No such Terminals.
N
Terminal markings included in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS when ME EQUIPMENT too small to
No Terminals.
N
Not permanently installed me
equipment.
N
TERMINALS not
accommodate markings
Terminals exclusively for neutral supply conductor
in PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT marked
with Code 1 of Table D.3 (Code in IEC 60445)
7.3.8
7.4
When marking for connection to a 3-phase supply Not use 3-phase supply.
is necessary, it complies with IEC 60445
N
Markings on or adjacent to electrical connection
points not applied to parts requiring removal to
make connection, and remained visible after
connection made
N
Only powered by batteries.
Statement, “For supply connections, use wiring
Not permanently installed me
materials suitable for at least X °C” (X > than max equipment.
temperature measured in terminal box or wiring
compartment under NORMAL USE and CONDITIONS)”,
or equivalent marked at or near the point supply
connections made under conditions of this clause
N
Statement not applied to parts requiring removal to
make the connection, and CLEARLY LEGIBLE after
connections made
N
Marking of controls and instruments
P
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7.4.1
The “on” and “off” positions of switch used to
control power to ME EQUIPMENT or its parts,
including mains switch, marked with symbols 12
and 13 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5007, DB: 200210, and IEC 60417-5008, DB: 2002-10), or
No mains switch used in
equipment
N
– indicated by other unambiguous means
N
The “on/off” positions of push button switch with
bi-stable positions marked with symbol 14 of
Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5010 DB: 2002-10), and
P
– status indicated by an adjacent indicator light, or
N
Indicated by LCD display
N
– status indicated by an adjacent indicator light, or
N
– status indicated by other unambiguous means
N
Different positions of control devices/switches
See User manual.
indicated by figures, letters, or other visual means
P
Controls provided with an associated indicating
device when change of setting of a control could
result in an unacceptable RISK to PATIENT in
NORMAL USE, or
P
Numeric indications of parameters on ME
in SI units according to ISO
31 except the base quantities listed in Table 1
expressed in the indicated units
EQUIPMENT expressed
7.5
P
The “on/off” positions of push button switch with
momentary on position marked with symbol 15 of
Table D.1 (symbol 60417-5011 DB: 2002-10), or
Result in an unacceptable
RISK to PATIENT.
– an indication of direction in which magnitude of
the function changes
7.4.3
N
– indicated by an adjacent indicator light, or
– status indicated by other unambiguous means
7.4.2
Verdict
P
See User manual and the
equipment.
P
ISO 1000 applied for application of SI units, their
multiples, and certain other units
P
All Markings in Subclause 7.4 complied with tests
and criteria of 7.1.2 and 7.1.3
P
Safety signs
P
Markings used to convey a warning, prohibition or See User manual
mandatory action mitigating a RISK not obvious to
OPERATOR are safety signs from ISO 7010
P
One of the following methods used when a safety
sign was not available to indicate a particular
desired meaning:
P
a) A safety sign constructed according to safety
signs 1, 4 and 8 of Table D.2 (i.e., ISO 38641:2002, Clause 7)
No such safety signs used.
N
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b) Safety sign 2 of Table D.2 (general warning
See the Marking plate.
sign ISO 7010:2003-W001) placed together with a
supplementary symbol or an affirmative statement
describing the anticipated principal RISK(S) (e.g.,
“Causes burns”, “Risk of explosion”, etc.)
P
c) Safety sign 4 of Table D.2 (general prohibition No use such Safety sign.
sign ISO 7010:2003-P001) placed together with a
supplementary symbol or a statement describing
what is prohibited (“Do not open”, etc.)
N
d) Safety sign 9 of Table D.2 (general mandatory No use such Safety sign.
action sign ISO 7010:2003-M001) placed together
with a supplementary symbol or a text statement
consisting of a command describing the required
action (e.g., “Wear protective gloves”, etc.)
N
Affirmative statement together with safety sign
placed in instructions for use due to insufficient
space on ME EQUIPMENT
P
See User manual.
Specified colors in ISO 3864-1 used for safety
No used such signs.
signs...................................................................... :
N
Safety notices include appropriate precautions or
instructions on how to reduce RISK(S)
See User manual.
P
Safety signs including any supplementary
symbols or text described in instructions for use
See User manual.
P
7.6
Symbols
7.6.1
Meanings of symbols used for marking described
in instructions for use
7.6.2
Symbols required by this standard conform to IEC
or ISO publication referenced
P
7.6.3
Symbols used for controls and performance
conform to the IEC or ISO publication where
symbols are defined, as applicable
P
7.7
Colors of the insulation of conductors
P
7.7.1
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR identified by green No Protective earth conductor
and yellow insulation
N
7.7.2
Insulation on conductors inside ME EQUIPMENT
No protective earth
forming PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS identified connections.
by green and yellow at least at terminations
N
7.7.3
Green and yellow insulation identify only following No such conductors used.
conductors:
N
– PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTORS
N
– conductors specified in 7.7.2
N
– POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION CONDUCTORS
N
– FUNCTIONAL EARTH CONDUCTORS
N
7.7.4
Neutral conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORDS are
“light blue” specified in IEC 60227-1 or IEC
60245-1
P
See User manual.
Only power by internal battery,
no power supply cords used.
P
N
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7.7.5
Colors of conductors in POWER SUPPLY CORDS are
in accordance with IEC 60227-1 or IEC 60245-1
N
7.8
Indicator lights and controls
P
7.8.1
Colors of indicator lights and their meanings are
as follows (Dot-matrix and other alphanumeric
displays not considered indicator lights):
No indicator lights used.
Red: Warning (i.e., immediate response by
Verdict
N
N
OPERATOR required)
Yellow: Caution (i.e., prompt response by
N
OPERATOR required)
Green: Ready for use
N
Other color: Meaning other than red, yellow, or
green (color, meaning).......................................... :
N
7.8.2
Red used only for emergency control
7.9
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
7.9.1
ME EQUIPMENT accompanied by documents
containing at least instructions for use, and a
technical description
No emergency control used.
N
P
See User manual.
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS identify ME EQUIPMENT
by the following, as applicable:
P
– name or trade-name of MANUFACTURER and an
Making plate and User
address the RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION can be
manual.
referred to ................................................................ :
P
– MODEL or TYPE REFERENCE ................................... : See making plate
P
When ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided
electronically (e.g., on CDROM), RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS includes instructions as to what is
required in hard copy or as markings on ME
EQUIPMENT (to cover emergency operation)
Accompanying documents
provided by paper.
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS specify special skills,
training, and knowledge required of OPERATOR or
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION and environmental
restrictions on locations of use
See “SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS” in the User
manual.
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS written at a level
consistent with education, training, and other
needs of individuals for whom they are intended
P
7.9.2
Instructions for use include the required information
P
7.9.2.1
– intended use of ME EQUIPMENT,
See “Operating Instructions "
about the intended use in the
User manual.
– frequently used functions, and
– known contraindication(s) to use of ME
EQUIPMENT
Classifications specified in Clause 6, all markings
specified in 7.2, and explanation of safety signs
and symbols marked on ME EQUIPMENT
P
P
See “Operating Instructions”
in the User manual.
P
See “Symbols information” in
the User manual.
P
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Instructions for use are in a language acceptable
to the intended operator
P
Instructions for use include all warning and safety See User manual.
notices
Not CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT.
Warning statement for CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT
indicating: “WARNING: To avoid risk of electric
shock, this equipment must only be connected to
a supply mains with protective earth”
P
N
Warnings regarding significant RISKS of reciprocal See “Operating Instructions”
interference posed by ME EQUIPMENT during
in the User manual.
specific investigations or treatments
P
Information on potential electromagnetic or other
interference and advice on how to avoid or
minimize such interference
See “Operating Instructions”
in the User manual.
P
Not supplied with an integral
N
Warning statement for ME EQUIPMENT supplied
with an integral MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET
indicating, “connecting electrical equipment to
MSO effectively leads to creating an ME SYSTEM,
and can result in a reduced level of safety”
The RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION is referred to this
standard for the requirements applicable to ME
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET.
Not ME SYSTEMS.
N
SYSTEMS
7.9.2.3
Statement on ME EQUIPMENT for indicating “power
supply is specified as a part of ME EQUIPMENT or
combination is specified as a ME SYSTEM”
No connection to a separate
power supply
N
7.9.2.4
Warning statement for mains- operated ME
with additional power source not
automatically maintained in a fully usable
condition indicating the necessity for periodic
checking or replacement of power source
No additional power source
used.
N
EQUIPMENT
Warning to remove primary batteries when ME
is not likely to be used for some time
when leakage from battery would result in an
unacceptable RISK
P
Specifications of replaceable INTERNAL ELECTRICAL Internal batteries used in ME
provided............................. : equipment
P
Warning indicating ME EQUIPMENT must be
connected to an appropriate power source when
loss of power source would result in an
unacceptable RISK
N
EQUIPMENT
POWER SOURCE when
7.9.2.5
Not result in an unacceptable
RISK.
Instructions for use includes a description of ME
See User manual.
its functions, and significant physical
and performance characteristics together with the
expected positions of OPERATOR, PATIENT, and
other persons near ME EQUIPMENT in NORMAL USE
P
Information provided on materials and ingredients
exposed to when such
exposure can constitute an unacceptable RISK
N
EQUIPMENT,
PATIENT or OPERATOR is
No such unacceptable RISK.
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Restrictions specified on other equipment or
Verdict
N
NETWORK/DATA COUPLINGS, other than those
forming part of an ME SYSTEM, to which a SIGNAL
INPUT/OUTPUT PART may be connected
APPLIED PARTS specified
BF applied part is indicated in
instructions
P
7.9.2.6
Information provided indicating where the
installation instructions may be found (e.g.
technical description), or information on qualified
personnel who can perform the installation
See “Battery Installation” in
the user manual.
P
7.9.2.7
Instructions provided indicating not to position ME
EQUIPMENT to make it difficult to operate the
disconnection device when an APPLIANCE COUPLER
or separable plug is used as isolation means to
meet 8.11.1 a)
Only powered by internal
batteries.
N
7.9.2.8
Necessary information provided for OPERATOR to
bring ME EQUIPMENT into operation including initial
control settings, and connection to or positioning
of PATIENT together with information on treatment
and handling required prior to use of ME
EQUIPMENT, its parts, or ACCESSORIES
See “Setting the monitor” in
the User manual.
P
7.9.2.9
All necessary information provided to operate ME
to its specification including
explanation of controls, displays and signals,
sequence of operation, connection/disconnection
of detachable parts or ACCESSORIES, replacement
of material consumed during operation
See “Monitor display” and
“Symbols information”in the
User manual.
P
EQUIPMENT according
Meanings of figures, symbols, warning
statements, abbreviations and indicator lights
described in instructions for use
P
7.9.2.10
A list of all system messages, error messages,
See “Troubleshooting” in the
and fault messages provided, except when
User manual.
messages are self-explanatory, an explanation of
messages including important causes and
possible action(s) that can be taken to resolve the
problem indicated by the message
P
7.9.2.11
Necessary information provided for the OPERATOR See “Taking the measurement”
to safely terminate operation of ME EQUIPMENT
in the User manual.
P
7.9.2.12
Detailed information provided on cleaning,
disinfection, and sterilization methods, and
applicable parameters (i.e., temperature,
pressure, humidity, time limits and number of
cycles) that can be tolerated by ME EQUIPMENT
parts or ACCESSORIES specified.
See”Maintenance and
storage” in the User manual.
P
Not applied to materials, components,
or ME EQUIPMENT marked for single
use, except when required by MANUFACTURER to
be cleaned, disinfected, or sterilized prior to use
No materials, components,
or ME EQUIPMENT
marked for single use.
N
Detailed instructions provided on preventive
inspection, maintenance, calibration, and
frequency of such maintenance
See”Maintenance and
storage” in the User manual.
P
ACCESSORIES
7.9.2.13
ACCESSORIES
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Information provided for safe performance of
routine maintenance necessary to ensure
continued safe use of ME EQUIPMENT
P
Parts requiring preventive inspection and
maintenance to be performed by SERVICE
PERSONNEL identified including periods of
application, but not necessarily details of actual
performance of such maintenance
P
Instructions provided to ensure adequate
maintenance of ME EQUIPMENT containing
rechargeable batteries intended to be maintained
by anyone other than SERVICE PERSONNEL
No rechargeable batteries
used in equipment
N
A list of ACCESSORIES, detachable parts, and
materials for use with ME EQUIPMENT provided
See the list “Specifications “in
the User manual.
P
Other equipment providing power to ME SYSTEM
sufficiently described (e.g. part number, RATED
VOLTAGE, max or min power, protection class,
intermittent or continuous service) to ensure
compliance with this standard
No other equipment providing
power to ME SYSTEM.
N
7.9.2.15
RISKS associated with disposal of waste products, See”Operating Instructions” in
residues, etc., and of ME EQUIPMENT and
the User manual.
ACCESSORIES at the end of their EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE are identified, and instructions provided on
minimizing these RISKS
P
7.9.2.16
Information specified in 7.9.3 or where it can be
found (e.g. in a service manual) included in
instructions for use
P
7.9.3
Technical description
7.9.3.1
All essential data provided for safe operation,
transport, storage, and measures or conditions
necessary for installing ME EQUIPMENT, and
preparing it for use including the following:
See User manual.
P
– information in clause 7.2
See clause 7.2
P
– permissible environmental conditions of use
including conditions for transport and storage
See “Specifications “in the
User manual.
P
– all characteristics of ME EQUIPMENT including
range(s), accuracy, and precision of displayed
values or where they can be found
See “Specifications “in the
User manual.
P
– special installation requirements such as max.
permissible apparent impedance of SUPPLY MAINS
Not special installation.
N
– permissible range of values of inlet pressure
and flow, and chemical composition of cooling
liquid used for cooling
No cooling liquid used.
N
It has such means in ME
N
7.9.2.14
– a description of means of isolating ME
when such means
Service manual is included in
the User manual.
P
EQUIPMENT from SUPPLY MAINS,
not in ME EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT.
– a description of means for checking oil level in
partially sealed oil filled ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
when applicable
No oil filled ME EQUIPMENT or
its parts.
N
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– a warning statement addressing HAZARDS that
can result from unauthorized modification of ME
EQUIPMENT according to following examples:
See”Operating Instructions” in
the User manual.
P
“WARNING: No modification of this equipment is
allowed”
N
“WARNING: Do not modify this equipment without
authorization of the manufacturer”
N
“WARNING: If this equipment is modified,
appropriate inspection and testing must be
conducted to ensure continued safe use of
equipment”
P
Technical description separable from instructions for use contains required
information, as follows
P
– information in Clause 7.2
P
See User manual.
– all applicable classifications specified in Clause
6, and warning and safety notices and explanation
of safety signs marked on ME EQUIPMENT
P
– a brief description of ME EQUIPMENT, how it
functions, and its significant physical and
performance characteristics
P
MANUFACTURER’S optional requirements for
minimum qualifications of SERVICE PERSONNEL
documented in technical description
7.9.3.2
Verdict
Not included such
requirements.
N
The technical description contains the following required information
P
–type and full rating of fuses used in SUPPLY MAINS No powered by mains, only
external to PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT, internally battery equipment.
when type and rating of fuses are not apparent
from information on RATED current and mode of
operation of ME EQUIPMENT
N
– a statement for ME EQUIPMENT with a nonDETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD if POWER SUPPLY
CORD is replaceable by SERVICE PERSONNEL, and if
N
so, instructions for correct connection and
anchoring to ensure compliance with 8.11.3
– instructions for correct replacement of
interchangeable or detachable parts specified by
MANUFACTURER as replaceable by SERVICE
PERSONNEL, and
No such interchangeable or
detachable parts.
N
– warnings identifying nature of HAZARD when
replacement of a component could result in an
unacceptable RISK, and when replaceable by
SERVICE PERSONNEL all information necessary to
safely replace the component
No such parts result in an
unacceptable RISK.
N
7.9.3.3
A statement in technical description indicates,
upon request, MANUFACTURER will provide circuit
diagrams, component part lists, descriptions,
calibration instructions, or other information to
assist SERVICE PERSONNEL to repair parts
See Maintenance information
in the User manual.
P
7.9.3.4
Means used to comply with requirements of
8.11.1 clearly identified in technical description
Not intended connected to
supply mains
N
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PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL HAZARDS FROM ME EQUIPMENT
P
Limits specified in Clause 8.4 not exceeded for
P
8.1
Result - Remark
ACCESSIBLE PARTS and APPLIED PARTS in NORMAL
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
See Clause 8.4.
Verdict
or
NORMAL CONDITION considered as simultaneous
occurrence of situations identified in Clause 8.1a)
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION considered to include the
occurrences as specified in Clause 8.1b)
P
ACCESSIBLE PARTS determined according to 5.9
P
LEAKAGE CURRENTS measured according to 8.7
8.2
Requirements related to power sources
8.2.1
When ME EQUIPMENT specified for connection to a
separate power source other than SUPPLY MAINS,
separate power source considered as part of ME
EQUIPMENT or combination considered as an ME
See clause 8.7.
P
P
Supplied by internal batteries.
N
SYSTEM
8.2.2
8.3
Tests performed with ME EQUIPMENT connected to
separate power supply when one specified
N
When a generic separate power supply specified,
specification in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
examined
N
No HAZARDOUS SITUATION other than absence of
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE developed when a
connection with wrong polarity made for ME
EQUIPMENT supplied from an external d.c. source
Supplied by internal batteries.
N
ME EQUIPMENT connected with correct polarity did
not present an unacceptable RISK
N
Protective devices that can be reset by anyone
without a TOOL restore correct operation on reset
N
Classification of APPLIED PARTS
P
a) APPLIED PART specified in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS as suitable for DIRECT CARDIAC
APPLICATION is TYPE CF
No type CF applied parts.
N
b) An APPLIED PART provided with a PATIENT
CONNECTION intended to deliver electrical energy
The applied part is type BF.
P
or an electrophysiological signal to or from
PATIENT is TYPE BF or CF APPLIED PART
c) An APPLIED PART not
TYPE B, BF, or CF
8.4
covered by a) or b) is a
N
d) Requirements of a TYPE B APPLIED PART applied The applied part is type BF.
to a part in 4.6 to be subjected to requirements for
an APPLIED PART (except marking)
N
Requirements for a TYPE BF or CF APPLIED PART
applied as in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
P
Limitation of voltage, current or energy
See Risk Management
Report.
P
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8.4.1
Limits specified in 8.4.2 not applied to currents
intended to flow through body of PATIENT to
produce a physiological effect during NORMAL USE
8.4.2
a) Currents from, to, or between PATIENT
CONNECTIONS did not exceed limits for PATIENT
LEAKAGE CURRENT and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENT
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
See appended Tables 8.7B,
8.7.3B and 8.7.3D, & 8.7.4.7
P
0
P
per Tables 3 and 4 when measured per Cl. 8.7.4 :
b) LEAKAGE CURRENTS from, to, or between
ACCESSIBLE PARTS did not exceed limits for TOUCH
CURRENT in Cl. 8.7.3 c) when measured per
Clause 8.7.4 (mA) ................................................ :
c) Limits specified in b) not applied to parts when
probability of a connection to a PATIENT, directly or
through body of OPERATOR, was negligible in
NORMAL USE, and the OPERATOR is instructed not to
touch relevant part and PATIENT simultaneously:
N
– accessible contacts of connectors
No such connector used
N
– contacts of fuseholders accessible during
replacement of fuse
No fuseholder used in
equipment
N
– contacts of lampholders accessible after
removal of lamp
No lampholders used in
equipment
N
– parts inside an ACCESS COVER that can be
opened without a TOOL, or where a TOOL is
needed but the instructions for use instruct an
OPERATOR other than SERVICE PERSONNEL to open
the relevant ACCESS COVER
No such access cover used
N
Voltage to earth or to other ACCESSIBLE PARTS did
not exceed 42.4 V peak a.c. or 60 V d.c. for above
parts in NORMAL or single fault condition (V a.c. or
d.c.) ...................................................................... :
N
Limit of 60 V d.c applied with no more than 10 %
peak-to-peak ripple, and when ripple > specified
value, 42.4 V peak limit applied (V d.c.) .............. :
N
Energy did not exceed 240 VA for longer than 60
s or stored energy available did not exceed 20 J
at a potential up to 2 V (VA or J) ......................... :
N
LEAKAGE CURRENT limits referred to in 8.4.2 b)
No voltages were higher than
applied when voltages higher than limits in 8.4.2
limits in 8.4.2 c).
c) were present (mA) ........................................... :
N
d) Voltage and energy limits specified in c) above
also applied to the following:
N
– internal parts, other than contacts of plugs,
connectors and socket-outlets, touchable by test
pin in Fig 8 inserted through an opening in an
ENCLOSURE; and
Test pin can’t be touched
internal live part.
N
– internal parts touchable by a metal test rod with
a diameter of 4 mm and a length of 100 mm,
inserted through any opening on top of
ENCLOSURE or through any opening provided for
adjustment of pre-set controls using a TOOL
Test rod can’t be touched
internal live part or pre-set
controls.
N
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Test pin or the test rod inserted through relevant
openings with minimal force of no more than 1 N
N
Test rod inserted in every possible position
through openings provided for adjustment of preset controls that can be adjusted in NORMAL USE,
with a force of 10 N
N
Test repeated with a TOOL specified in instructions
for use
N
Test rod freely and vertically suspended through
openings on top of ENCLOSURE
N
e) Devices used to de-energize parts when an
without a TOOL gives
access to parts at voltages above levels permitted
by this Clause comply with 8.11.1 for mains
isolating switches and remain effective in SINGLE
ACCESS COVER opened
Can not access to parts at
voltages above levels
permitted by this Clause when
an access cover opened
without a tool.
N
FAULT CONDITION
A TOOL is required when it is possible to prevent
the devices from operating
N
Worst case voltage between pins of plug and
Not intended connected to
between either supply pin and ENCLOSURE did not power source by a plug
exceed 60 V one s after disconnecting the plug of
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts (V) ............................... :
N
A triggering circuit used to ensure disconnection
occurred at peak of supply voltage waveform
N
When voltage exceeded 60 V, measured or
calculated stored charge did not exceed 45 μC .. :
N
Residual voltage of conductive parts of capacitive
circuits, having become accessible after ME
EQUIPMENT was de-energized after removal of
ACCESS COVERS, did not exceed 60 V or calculated
stored charge did not exceed 45 μC.................... :
N
A device manually discharging capacitors used
when automatic discharging was not possible and
ACCESS COVERS could be removed only with aid of
a TOOL
N
Capacitor(s) and connected circuitry marked with
symbol 24 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5036, DB:
2002-10), and manual discharging device
specified in technical description ......................... :
N
8.5
Separation of parts
P
8.5.1
MEANS OF PROTECTION (MOP)
P
8.5.1.1
Two MEANS of PROTECTION provided for ME
EQUIPMENT to prevent APPLIED and other
ACCESSIBLE PARTS from exceeding limits in Cl. 8.4
P
Each MEANS OF PROTECTION categorized as a
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION or a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION, taking into account 4.6,
and flow chart in Fig A.12
P
8.4.3
8.4.4
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Varnishing, enameling, oxidation, and similar
protective finishes and coatings with sealing
compounds replasticizing at temperatures
expected during operation and sterilization
disregarded as MEANS OF PROTECTION
P
Coatings and other insulation intended as a
with IEC 609501:2001 considered acceptable as a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION but not automatically as a
P
MEANS OF PROTECTION complying
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS taken into
consideration for MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
P
Components and wiring forming a MEANS OF
with 8.10
P
Insulation, CREEPAGE, CLEARANCES, components
or earth connections not complying with 8.5.1.2
and 8.5.1.3 not considered as MEANS OF
PROTECTION, and failure of these parts regarded
as NORMAL CONDITION
P
Solid insulation forming a MEANS OF PATIENT
with dielectric strength test
of 8.8 at test voltage of Table 6
P
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming a MEANS OF
PATIENT PROTECTION complied with Table 12
P
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS forming a MEANS
OF PATIENT PROTECTION complied with 8.6
P
PROTECTION comply
8.5.1.2
PROTECTION complied
8.5.1.3
A Y1 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14 and
having passed dielectric strength test for two
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION considered
equivalent to one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
No Y1 capacitor used.
N
Two capacitors used in series each RATED for total
WORKING VOLTAGE across the pair and have the
same NOMINAL capacitance (VTW, CN) .................. :
No capacitor used.
N
Solid insulation forming a MEANS OF OPERATOR
with:
P
– dielectric strength test of 8.8 at test voltage of
Table 6; or
P
– requirements of IEC 60950-1 for INSULATION CO-
N
PROTECTION complied
ORDINATION
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION complied with:
P
– limits of Tables 13 to 16 (inclusive); or
P
– requirements of IEC 60950-1 for INSULATION CO-
N
ORDINATION
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS forming a MEANS
OF OPERATOR PROTECTION complied with Cl. 8.6, or
– requirements and tests of IEC 60950-1 for
protective earthing
No Protective earth
connections.
N
N
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A Y2 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14 and
passing dielectric strength test for one MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION considered equivalent to
one MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
No Y2 capacitor used.
N
A Y1 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14 and No Y1 capacitor used.
having passed dielectric strength test for two
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION considered
equivalent to two MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
N
Two capacitors used in series each RATED for total
WORKING VOLTAGE across the pair and have the
same NOMINAL capacitance (VTW, CN) :
N
No capacitor used.
Verdict
Points where insulation, CREEPAGE, CLEARANCES,
impedances of components, or PROTECTIVE EARTH
CONNECTIONS prevent ACCESSIBLE PARTS from
exceeding limits in 8.4 identified for tests relative
to 8.5.1.1 to 8.5.1.3, and if a failure at that point
regarded as a NORMAL or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
Each MEANS OF PROTECTION categorized relative
ME EQUIPMENT part(s) it protects from exceeding
to
P
A MEANS OF PROTECTION protecting APPLIED PARTS,
or parts identified by 4.6 as parts subject to the
same requirements as APPLIED PARTS, considered
P
the allowable limits
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
A MEANS OF PROTECTION protecting other parts
considered MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
P
8.5.2
Separation of PATIENT CONNECTIONS
P
8.5.2.1
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of F-TYPE APPLIED PART
0.001
separated from all other parts by equivalent to
one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION for a WORKING
VOLTAGE equal to MAX. MAINS VOLTAGE and
complied with limit for PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT
with 110 % of MAX. MAINS VOLTAGE applied (mA) . :
P
Separation requirement not applied between
multiple functions of a single F-TYPE APPLIED PART
P
PATIENT CONNECTIONS treated as one APPLIED
PART in the absence of electrical separation
between PATIENT CONNECTIONS of same or another
P
function
MANUFACTURER has defined if multiple functions
are to be considered as all within one APPLIED
PART or as multiple APPLIED PARTS
Only one applied par with one
function.
N
Classification as TYPE BF, CF, or DEFIBRILLATIONto one entire APPLIED PART
type BF applied part
P
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests conducted per 8.7.4
See appended Table 8.7.4
P
Dielectric strength test conducted per 8.8.3
See appended Table 8.8.3
P
PROOF applied
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES measured per 8.9 and
Tables 11 to 16 as applicable
P
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A protective device connected between PATIENT
CONNECTIONS of an F-TYPE APPLIED PART and
ENCLOSURE to protect against excessive voltages
Only one patient connection.
N
type BF applied part
N
did not operate below 500 V r.m.s
8.5.2.2
8.5.2.3
8.5.3
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of a TYPE B APPLIED PART not
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED are separated by one
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION from metal
ACCESSIBLE PARTS not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED,
– except when metal ACCESSIBLE PART is
physically close to APPLIED PART and can be
regarded as a part of APPLIED PART; and
N
– RISK that metal ACCESSIBLE PART will make
contact with a source of voltage or LEAKAGE
CURRENT above permitted limits is acceptably low
N
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests conducted per 8.7.4
N
Dielectric strength test conducted per 8.8.3
N
Relevant CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES measured
per 8.9 and Tables 11 to 16 as applicable
N
The RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed
N
A connector on a PATIENT lead located at the end of the lead remote from PATIENT,
with conductive part not separated from all PATIENT CONNECTIONS by one MEANS OF
PATIENT PROTECTION for a WORKING VOLTAGE equal to MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
P
- cannot be connected to earth or hazardous
voltage while the PATIENT CONNECTIONS are in
contact with PATIENT
P
– conductive part of connector not separated from
all PATIENT CONNECTIONS did not come into contact
with a flat conductive plate of not less than 100
mm diameter
P
– CLEARANCE between connector pins and a flat
surface is at least 0.5 mm
P
– conductive part pluggable into a mains socket
No such conductive part
protected from making contact with parts at MAINS pluggable into a mains socket
VOLTAGE by insulation with a CREEPAGE DISTANCE
of at least 1.0 mm, a dielectric strength of 1500 V,
and complying with 8.8.4.1
N
– required test finger did not make electrical
contact with conductive part when applied against
access openings with a force of 10 N, except
when RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS indicated no
unacceptable RISK existed from contact with
objects other than a mains socket or a flat surface
N
MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
P
– MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE determined to be the
internally powered me
highest RATED supply voltage for single-phase or equipment
d.c. SUPPLY MAINS powered ME EQUIPMENT
including INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT with
a means of connection to a SUPPLY MAINS (V) ..... :
N
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When less than 100 V, MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
was 250 V
internally powered me
equipment
N
– MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE was the highest RATED internally powered me
phase to neutral supply voltage for polyphase ME equipment
EQUIPMENT (V) ...................................................... :
N
– for other INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT,
maximum mains voltage was 250 V
P
WORKING VOLTAGE
P
– Input supply voltage to ME EQUIPMENT was
internally powered me
or voltage within RATED voltage
equipment
range resulting in highest measured value (V) .... :
N
– WORKING VOLTAGE for d.c. voltages with
6Vdc
superimposed ripple was average value when
peak-to-peak ripple did not exceed 10 % of
average value or peak voltage when peak-to-peak
ripple exceeded 10 % of average value (V)......... :
P
– WORKING VOLTAGE for each MEANS OF
PROTECTION forming DOUBLE INSULATION was
voltage DOUBLE INSULATION, as a whole, subjected
P
RATED voltage
Subjected to 1000Vd.c.
to (V) .................................................................... :
– Intentional or accidental earthing of PATIENT
regarded as a NORMAL CONDITION for WORKING
VOLTAGE involving a PATIENT CONNECTION not
connected to earth
P
– WORKING VOLTAGE between PATIENT
CONNECTIONS of an F-TYPE APPLIED PART and
ENCLOSURE was highest voltage appearing across
insulation in NORMAL USE including earthing of any
part of APPLIED PART (V) ....................................... :
0
P
– WORKING VOLTAGE for DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF
APPLIED PARTS determined disregarding possible
No defibrillation-proof applied
parts.
N
presence of defibrillation voltages
8.5.5
8.5.5.1
– WORKING VOLTAGE was equal to resonance
No such motor used.
voltage in case of motors provided with capacitors
between the point where a winding and a
capacitor are connected together and a terminal
for external conductors (V) .................................. :
N
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS
No defibrillation-proof applied
parts.
N
Classification “DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED
applied to one APPLIED PART in its entirety,
but not separate functions of same APPLIED PART
No defibrillation-proof applied
parts.
N
PART”
Possibility of an OPERATOR receiving a shock from
such parts taken into consideration in RISK
N
MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Isolation of PATIENT CONNECTIONS of a
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PART from other
parts of ME EQUIPMENT accomplished as follows:
N
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Verdict
a) Hazardous electrical energies, during a
discharge of a cardiac defibrillator to a PATIENT
connected to a DEFIBRILLATION PROOF APPLIED
PART, as determined by peak voltage measured
between points Y1 and Y2 of Figs 9 and 10
exceeding 1 V, did not appear on:
N
– ENCLOSURE including connectors in PATIENT
leads and cables when connected to ME
EQUIPMENT, and excluding connecting lead from a
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PART or its
connector when it was disconnected from ME
EQUIPMENT (VP) ..................................................... :
N
– SIGNAL INPUT/OUTPUT PARTS (VP) ....................... :
N
– test metal foil with minimum area equal to base
of ME EQUIPMENT where ME EQUIPMENT was placed
on (VP).................................................................. :
N
– or, PATIENT CONNECTIONS of other APPLIED PARTS
regardless of classification as a DEFIBRILLATIONPROOF APPLIED PART (VP) ...................................... :
N
b) ME EQUIPMENT complied with relevant
requirements of this standard, providing BASIC
SAFETY and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE following
exposure to defibrillation voltage, and recovery
time stated in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
N
ME EQUIPMENT connected to circuit of Fig 9 for
common-mode test, and test voltage applied to all
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF
APPLIED PART connected together, excluding those
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED or functionally earthed
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S
(VP) ....................................................................... :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S
with VT reversed (VP) ........................................... :
N
ME EQUIPMENT connected to circuit of Fig 10 for
differential-mode test, and voltage applied to each
PATIENT connection of DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF
APPLIED PART in turn with all remaining PATIENT
CONNECTIONS of the same DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF
APPLIED PART connected to earth
N
A single PATIENT CONNECTION APPLIED PART not
subjected to differential-mode test
N
– ME EQUIPMENT, except for PERMANENTLY
INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT, tested with and without
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR connected
N
– insulating surfaces of APPLIED PARTS covered
with metal foil or, when appropriate, immersed in
a 0.9 % saline solution
N
– external connections to a FUNCTIONAL EARTH
N
TERMINAL removed
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Verdict
– parts specified in 8.5.5.1 a) not PROTECTIVELY
in turn to a display device
N
– ME EQUIPMENT connected to SUPPLY MAINS and
operated in accordance with instructions for use
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 1 with 2,3, & 4
connected to earth (VP)........................................ :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 2 with 1,3, & 4
connected to earth (VP)........................................ :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 3 with 1, 2, & 4
connected to earth (VP)........................................ :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after the operation of
S, VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 4 with 1, 2, &
3 connected to earth (VP) ..................................... :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 1 with 2,3, & 4
connected to earth, VT reversed (VP) ................... :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 2 with 1,3, & 4
connected to earth, VT reversed (VP) ................... :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 3 with 1, 2, & 4
connected to earth, VT reversed (VP) ................... :
N
Peak voltage at Y1 and Y2 after operation of S,
VT applied to PATIENT CONNECTION 4 with 1, 2, & 3
connected to earth, VT reversed (VP) ................... :
N
ME EQUIPMENT continued to provide BASIC SAFETY
and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE after the recovery
time stated in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
N
Means provided to limit energy delivered to a 100
Ω load to at least 90 % of energy delivered to this
load with ME EQUIPMENT disconnected (J) ............ :
N
Test voltage applied to each PATIENT CONNECTION
or APPLIED PART in turn with all remaining PATIENT
CONNECTIONS of same APPLIED PART connected to
earth using circuit of Fig 11 and ACCESSORIES
recommended by instructions as follows:
N
a) APPLIED PART or PATIENT CONNECTION connected
to test circuit
N
b) Capacitor C charged to 5 kV d.c. with switch S
in position A
N
c) Capacitor C discharged by actuating switch S
to position B, and measured energy E1 delivered
to 100 Ω load (E1, J) ............................................ :
N
d) ME EQUIPMENT under test removed from test
circuit and repeated steps b) and c), measuring
energy E2 delivered to 100 Ω load (E2, J) .......... :
N
EARTHED connected
8.5.5.2
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e) Energy E1 was at least 90 % of E2 (E1, J) ..... :
N
8.6
Protective earthing, functional earthing and potential equalization of ME EQUIPMENT
N
8.6.1
Requirements of 8.6.2 to 8.6.8 applied
N
8.6.2
No such construction in
equipment
Parts complying with IEC 60950-1 for protective
earthing and serving as MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION but not PATIENT PROTECTION
exempted from requirements of 8.6.2 to 8.6.8
N
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL is suitable for
connection to an external protective earthing
system by a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR in a
POWER SUPPLY CORD and a suitable plug or by a
FIXED PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR ................... :
N
Clamping means of PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL
of ME EQUIPMENT for FIXED supply conductors or
POWER SUPPLY CORDS comply with 8.11.4.3, and
clamping means cannot be loosened without TOOL
N
Screws for internal PROTECTIVE EARTH
completely covered or protected
against accidental loosening from outside........... :
N
Earth pin of APPLIANCE INLET forming supply
connection to ME EQUIPMENT regarded as
N
CONNECTIONS are
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL
8.6.3
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL not used for
mechanical connection between different parts of
ME EQUIPMENT or securing components not related
to protective or functional earthing
N
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION not used for a
moving part, except when MANUFACTURER
demonstrated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
connection will remain reliable during EXPECTED
N
SERVICE LIFE
8.6.4
a) PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS carried fault
currents reliably and without excessive voltage
drop
N
b) Allowable TOUCH CURRENT and PATIENT LEAKAGE
CURRENT in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION were not
exceeded, when impedance of PROTECTIVE EARTH
CONNECTIONS exceeded values in 8.6.4 a) and
N
Table 8.6.4, due to limited current capability of
relevant circuits
8.6.5
8.6.6
Poorly conducting surface coatings on conductive
elements removed at the point of contact
N
Coating not removed when requirements for
impedance and current-carrying capacity met
N
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION where connection
between SUPPLY MAINS and ME EQUIPMENT or
between separate parts of ME EQUIPMENT made
via a plug and socket was made before and
interrupted after supply connections
N
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This requirement applied also where
interchangeable parts are PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
N
Terminal for connection of a POTENTIAL
EQUALIZATION CONDUCTOR complies with
N
following:
– Terminal is accessible to OPERATOR with ME
any position of NORMAL USE
N
– RISK of accidental
NORMAL USE
N
EQUIPMENT in
disconnection minimized in
– Terminal allows conductor to be detached
without a TOOL
N
– Terminal not used for a PROTECTIVE EARTH
N
CONNECTION
– Terminal marked with symbol 8 of Table D.1
(i.e., symbol IEC 60417-5021, DB: 2002-10)
N
– Instructions for use contain information on
function and use of POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION
CONDUCTOR together with a reference to
requirements of this standard
N
POWER SUPPLY CORD does not incorporate
POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION CONDUCTOR
N
a
8.6.8
FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINAL not
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION
used to provide a
N
8.6.9
Third conductor of POWER SUPPLY CORD connected
to protective earth contact of MAINS PLUG provided
with CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT with isolated internal
screens used only as functional earth connection
to the screen’s FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINAL and
colored green and yellow
N
Two MEANS OF PROTECTION provided by insulation
of internal screens and all internal wiring
connected to them with a related explanation in
technical description ............................................ :
N
8.7
LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS
P
8.7.1
a) Electrical isolation providing protection against
electric shock limits currents to values in 8.7.3
See appended Tables 8.7.3B.
P
b) Specified values of EARTH LEAKAGE, TOUCH,
PATIENT LEAKAGE, and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS
See appended Tables 8.7B,
& 8.7.4.7
P
applied in combination of conditions in appended
Tables 8.7A, 8.7B, 8.7C, and 8.7.4.7
8.7.2
Allowable values specified in 8.7.3 applied under
8.1 b), except
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS of
– where insulation used in conjunction with a
insulation short
circuited only under conditions in 8.6.4 b)
No protective earth
connection.
N
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION,
– the only SINGLE FAULT CONDITION for EARTH
LEAKAGE CURRENT was interruption of one supply
No protective earth
connection.
N
conductor at a time
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– LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY
CURRENT not measured in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
Verdict
P
of short circuiting of one constituent part of
DOUBLE INSULATION
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS not applied at same time
as special test conditions of MAXIMUM MAINS
VOLTAGE on APPLIED PARTS and non-PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED parts of ENCLOSURE
8.7.3
a) Allowable values in 8.7.3 b), c), and d)
measured based on, and are relative to currents
in Fig 12 a), or by a device measuring frequency
contents of currents as in Fig 12 b), and limits
apply to d.c., a.c., composite waveforms, and
unless otherwise stated, they are d.c. or r.m.s
See appended Tables 8.7B&
8.7.4.7
P
b) Allowable values of PATIENT LEAKAGE and
AUXILIARY CURRENTS are according to Tables
See appended Tables 8.7B &
8.7.4.7
P
c) TOUCH CURRENT did not exceed 100 μA in
NORMAL CONDITION and 500 μA in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION (ITNC, ITSFC) ........................................... :
ITNC = 0A, ITSFC = 0A
P
3
and 4, and values of a.c. are relative to currents
having a frequency not less than 0.1 Hz
8.7.4
8.7.4.1
P
d) EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT did not exceed 5 mA No protective earth
in NORMAL CONDITION and 10 mA in SINGLE FAULT
connection.
CONDITION (IENC, IESFC) .......................................... :
N
Higher values of EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT
No protective earth
permitted for PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
connection.
EQUIPMENT connected to a supply circuit supplying
only this ME EQUIPMENT according to local
regulations or IEC 60364-7-710 [10] (IENC, IESFC) . :
N
e) LEAKAGE CURRENTS, regardless of waveform
Not measured with a nonand frequency, did not exceed 10 mA r.m.s. in
frequency-weighted device
NORMAL or in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION (measured
with a non-frequency-weighted device ................ :
N
LEAKAGE and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS
P
measurements
Figs 13-19 used to measure LEAKAGE and PATIENT See Tables 8.7B, 8.7.3B, and
8.7.4.7
P
When other test Figs. yielding accurate results
used, but results appeared close to permissible
values, or when validity of results was in question,
applicable test Figs used as deciding factor
P
a) EARTH LEAKAGE, TOUCH, PATIENT LEAKAGE, and
AUXILIARY CURRENTS measured with ME EQUIPMENT
P
AUXILIARY CURRENTS
running at operating temperature of 11.1.3 c)
b) Number of tests reduced when examination of
circuit arrangement, components, and materials of
ME EQUIPMENT indicated no possibility of any
P
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
8.7.4.2
ME EQUIPMENT for connection to a SUPPLY MAINS
connected to an appropriate power source
No connection to supply
mains.
N
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8.7.4.4
8.7.4.5
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Tests on single-phase ME EQUIPMENT conducted at
both supply polarities
N
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT tested without
connections to a measuring supply circuit
P
a) CORD connected ME EQUIPMENT tested using
the cord
Internally powered me
equipment, No such cord.
N
b) ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIANCE INLET
No appliance inlet.
connected to measuring supply circuit via a 3 m
DETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD or a length and
type specified in instructions for use (m) ............. :
N
c) PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT
Not permanently installed me
connected to measuring supply circuit by shortest equipment.
possible connection
N
d) Measuring arrangements were as follows:
N
1) APPLIED PARTS, including PATIENT cables (when
present), placed on an insulating surface with a
dielectric constant of approximately 1 (e.g.,
expanded polystyrene) and approximately 200
mm above an earthed metal surface
N
2) Reference earth of measuring circuits
connected to protective earth of SUPPLY MAINS
when an isolating transformer was not used for
LEAKAGE CURRENT measurements
N
a) Source of LEAKAGE CURRENT loaded with
measuring device or PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENT
with an impedance of approximately 1000 Ω for
d.c., a.c. and composite waveforms ≤ 1 MHz
P
b) Evaluation of current and current components
based on 8.7.3 a) obtained automatically when a
measuring device in Fig 12a) or a similar circuit
used, allowing measurement of total effect of all
frequencies with a single instrument
P
When currents and current components with
frequencies >1 kHz exceeded 10 mA limit in 8.7.3
e), they were measured by appropriate means
P
c) Voltage measuring instrument in Fig 12 a) used
with a min input resistance of 1 M Ω and a max
input capacitance of 150 pF indicating true r.m.s.
value of voltage with an indicating error ≤ ± 5 % of
indicated value
P
Scale indicates current through measuring device
including automatic evaluation of components
with frequencies > 1 kHz enabling direct
comparison of reading with limits in 8.7.3
P
Requirements limited to a frequency < than 1
MHz when proven by oscilloscope frequencies >
such an upper limit do not occur in measured
current (Max Frequency Hz) ................................ :
N
a) CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT tested based on Fig 13
Only Internally powered me
equipment.
N
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b) Current measured on more than one
aggregate
current in protective earthing system of installation
N
c) MANUFACTURER specified a test PROCEDURE and
configuration for measurement of EARTH LEAKAGE
CURRENT for FIXED ME EQUIPMENT with connections
to earth through building structure
N
a) ME EQUIPMENT tested according to Fig 14, using
an appropriate measuring supply circuit
P
Measurement made with MD between earth and
each part of the ENCLOSURE not PROTECTIVELY
P
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR was
8.7.4.6
EARTHED
Measurement made with MD between parts
ENCLOSURE not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
of
P
Measurement made with MD between earth and
any part of ENCLOSURE, normally, PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of
interruption of any PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
No protectively earthed.
N
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT investigated
for TOUCH CURRENT only between parts of
ENCLOSURE, not between ENCLOSURE and earth,
except when 8.7.4.6 c) was applicable
Internally powered me
equipment.
P
b) A metal foil 20x10 cm max applied in contact
with ENCLOSURE or relevant part of ENCLOSURE
made fully or partly of insulating material
P
Metal foil shifted, when possible, to determine
highest value of TOUCH CURRENT
P
Metal foil was not in touch with any PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED metal parts of ENCLOSURE, except metal
parts of ENCLOSURE not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
P
partly or fully covered by metal foil
Metal foil arranged to contact parts of ENCLOSURE
normally PROTECTIVELY EARTHED when measuring
TOUCH CURRENT under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of
interruption of a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
P
Foil size increased based on area of contact when
surface of ENCLOSURE in contact with PATIENT or
OPERATOR was larger than 20x10 cm (cmxcm) .... :
N
c) ME EQUIPMENT with a SIGNAL INPUT/OUTPUT PART No signal input/output part.
additionally tested using transformer T2 when
required (see 8.1 a))
N
Transformer T2 voltage set at 110 % of MAXIMUM
and specific pin configuration
used when applying external voltage determined
to be worst case based on test or circuit analysis
P
a) ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIED PART tested
See appended Table 8.7.4.7
based on Fig 15, and an ENCLOSURE, other than
an APPLIED PART, of insulating material placed in a
position of NORMAL USE on a flat metal surface and
connected to earth
P
MAINS VOLTAGE,
8.7.4.7
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b) ME EQUIPMENT with an F-TYPE APPLIED PART
additionally tested based on Fig 16, and SIGNAL
INPUT/OUTPUT PARTS not previously permanently
earthed connected to earth
P
Transformer T2 voltage in Fig 16 set at 110 % of
P
MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
Non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED metal ACCESSIBLE
PARTS including PATIENT CONNECTIONS of other
APPLIED PARTS, when present, connected to earth
c) ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIED PART and a
SIGNAL INPUT/OUTPUT PART, additionally tested
P
No signal input/output part.
N
according to Fig 17when required
Transformer T2 voltage set at 110 % of MAXIMUM
and specific pin configuration
used when applying external voltage was worst
case based on test or circuit analysis
N
MAINS VOLTAGE,
d) ME EQUIPMENT with a PATIENT CONNECTION of a
TYPE B APPLIED PART not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED or
a not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED additionally tested
type BF applied part without
metal accessible parts
N
based on Fig 18
Transformer T2 voltage set at 110 % of MAXIMUM
N
MAINS VOLTAGE
Due to adequate separation of parts involved, this
test was not conducted
N
e) An APPLIED PART with an insulating surface
Tested using metal foil.
tested using metal foil as in 8.7.4.6, or it was
immersed in a 0.9 % saline solution .................... :
P
Size of foil increased corresponding to area of
The surface of applied part in
contact when surface of APPLIED PART in contact
contact with patient was
with PATIENT was larger than 20 cm x 10 cm (cm x smaller than 20 cm x 10 cm.
cm) ....................................................................... :
N
Metal foil or saline solution considered as the only
patient connection for APPLIED PART concerned
P
f) Fluid used as PATIENT CONNECTION replaced by
0.9 % saline solution, and electrode placed in
saline solution considered as PATIENT CONNECTION
for APPLIED PART concerned
N
g) PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT for TYPE B and TYPE
BF APPLIED PARTS measured from and to all
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of a single function
P
connected directly together or loaded as in
NORMAL USE
– PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT for TYPE CF APPLIED
PARTS measured from and to every PATIENT
CONNECTION in turn
PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT measurements made
with the least favorable detachable part specified
in instructions for use
Only type BF applied part.
N
P
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h) Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT measured from Only one applied part.
and to all PATIENT CONNECTIONS of all APPLIED
PARTS of the same type (TYPE B, BF, or CF APPLIED
PARTS) connected together
N
Functional earth disconnected before the test
when necessary
N
i) Measuring device connected to each PATIENT
CONNECTION in turn since PATIENT CONNECTIONS of
APPLIED PART are loaded under NORMAL USE
N
ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIED PART except for
Only one applied part with
one with only a single PATIENT CONNECTION tested only a single patient
based on Fig 19 with a measuring supply circuit
connection
P
PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENT measured between a
single PATIENT CONNECTION and all other PATIENT
CONNECTIONS, connected directly together or
loaded as in NORMAL USE
N
PATIENT LEAKAGE and AUXILIARY CURRENTS for ME
EQUIPMENT with multiple PATIENT CONNECTIONS did
not exceed limits for NORMAL CONDITION while one
or more PATIENT CONNECTIONS are
Only one applied part with
only a single patient
connection
N
– disconnected from the PATIENT; and
N
– disconnected from the PATIENT and earthed
N
Actual measurements limited to representative
number of combinations ..................................... :
N
8.8
Insulation
P
8.8.1
Insulation relied on as MEANS OF PROTECTION,
including REINFORCED INSULATION and insulation
between parts of opposite polarity of MAINS PART
on SUPPLY MAINS side of mains fuse or OVERCURRENT RELEASE (as one MEANS OF PROTECTION)
P
Insulation exempted from test (complies with 4.8)
N
Insulation forming MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION and complying with IEC 60950-1 for
INSULATION CO-ORDINATION not tested as in 8.8
N
8.8.2
Solid insulation forming SUPPLEMENTARY or
REINFORCED INSULATION for a PEAK WORKING
VOLTAGE greater than 71 V provided with:
No such peak working voltage
greater than 71 V and no such
solid insulation required.
N
a) 0.4 mm, min, distance through insulation, or
N
b) does not form part of an ENCLOSURE and not
subject to handling or abrasion during NORMAL
USE, and comprised of:
N
– at least two layers of material, each passed the
appropriate dielectric strength test, or
N
– three layers of material, for which all
combinations of two layers together passed the
appropriate dielectric strength test
N
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Dielectric strength test for one or two layers was
same as for one MEANS OF PROTECTION for
Verdict
N
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
Dielectric strength test for one or two layers was
same as for two MEANS OF PROTECTION for
N
REINFORCED INSULATION
basic, supplementary, and reinforced insulation
No such components.
required between windings of wound components
separated by interleaved insulation complying
with a) or b), or both, except when
N
c) Wire with solid insulation, other than solvent
based enamel, complying with a)
No such wire.
N
d) Wire with multi-layer extruded or spirally
wrapped insulation complying with b) and
complying with Annex L
No such wire.
N
e) Finished wire with spirally wrapped or multiNo such wire.
layer extruded insulation, complying with Annex L
N
– BASIC INSULATION: minimum two wrapped layers
or one extruded layer
N
– SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION: minimum two
layers, wrapped or extruded
N
– REINFORCED INSULATION: minimum three layers,
wrapped or extruded
N
In d) and e), for spirally wrapped insulation with
layers less than in
Table 12 or 16 (Pollution Degree 1) depending on
type of insulation, path between layers sealed as
a cemented joint in 8.9.3.3 and test voltages of
TYPE TESTS in L.3 equal 1.6 times of normal values
N
Protection against mechanical stress provided
No such Protection used.
where two insulated wires or one bare and one
insulated wire are in contact inside wound
component, crossing at an angle between 45°
and 90° and subject to winding tension ............... :
N
Finished component complied with routine
dielectric strength tests of 8.8.3
N
Tests of Annex L not repeated since material data
sheets confirm compliance
N
CREEPAGE DISTANCES between
8.8.3
Solid insulating materials with a safety function
withstood dielectric strength test voltages applied
in accordance with methods of this Clause
See appended Table 8.8.3A &
8.8.3B
P
a) Waveform and frequency of test voltage
resulted in dielectric stress on insulation at least
equal to that in NORMAL USE
P
Test voltage with a different waveform and
frequency than the voltage in NORMAL USE applied
when manufacturer demonstrated dielectric stress
on insulation tested was not diminished
(waveform, frequency Hz).................................... :
N
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Test performed with a 50 or 60 Hz sinusoidal
voltage in NORMAL USE, and relevant insulation
subjected to a non-sinusoidal a.c. voltage
P
Test voltage for WORKING VOLTAGE applicable to
insulation was ≥ than in Table 6
P
b) No breakdown occurred during tests
P
Breakdown indicated by a rapid uncontrolled
increase in current when insulation unable to
restrict flow of current
P
Corona discharge or a single momentary
flashover not regarded as insulation breakdown
P
c) A large part or entire ME EQUIPMENT tested
when individual solid insulation could not be
tested, different types and levels of insulation not
overstressed, and following was considered
P
– Metal foil used on non-conductive surfaces of
part of it positioned to prevent
flashover at edges of insulation linings
P
When applicable, metal foil moved to test all parts
of surface
P
– Circuits on either side of insulation under test
connected or short-circuited to prevent stress on
components within circuits
P
ENCLOSURE or
– IEC 60384-14 Certified capacitors across
insulation under test disconnected during test
No capacitors used.
N
8.8.4
Insulation other than wire insulation
P
8.8.4.1
Resistance to heat retained by all insulation and
insulating partition walls during EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT
P
ME EQUIPMENT and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
examined in conjunction with resistance to
moisture, dielectric strength, and mechanical
strength tests
P
Satisfactory evidence of compliance provided by
manufacturer for resistance to heat
See appended table 8.10
P
Tests conducted in absence of satisfactory
evidence for resistance to heat:
N
a) ENCLOSURE and other external parts of
insulating material, except insulation of flexible
cords and parts of ceramic material, subjected to
ball-pressure test using apparatus of Fig 21
N
Surface of part placed in a heating cabinet at 75°
C ± 2 °C or ambient temperature indicated in
technical description ± 2 ° C plus temperature rise
of relevant part of insulating material measured
during test of 11.1, higher of the two (° C) ........... :
N
A steel ball 5 mm in diameter pressed against the
surface with a force of 20 N
N
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b) Parts of insulating material supporting
uninsulated parts of MAINS PART subjected to ballpressure test in a), except at 125 °C ± 2 ° C or
ambient indicated in technical description ± 2 °C
plus temperature rise determined during test of
11.1 of relevant part, higher of the two (° C)........ :
N
Impression made by the ball after 1 h was 2 mm
or less in diameter (mm) ...................................... :
N
Test not performed on parts of ceramic material,
insulating parts of commutators, brush-caps, and
similar, and on coil formers not used as
N
REINFORCED INSULATION
8.8.4.2
Resistance to environmental stress
P
Insulating characteristics and mechanical strength
of all MEANS OF PROTECTION not likely to be
impaired by environmental stresses including
deposition of dirt or dust resulting from wear of
parts within ME EQUIPMENT to the extent CREEPAGE
and CLEARANCES would be reduced below 8.9
P
Ceramic and similar materials not tightly sintered,
and beads alone not used as SUPPLEMENTARY or
P
REINFORCED INSULATION
Insulating material with embedded heating
conductors considered as one MEANS OF
PROTECTION but not two MEANS OF PROTECTION
Parts of natural latex rubber aged by suspending
samples freely in an oxygen cylinder containing
commercial oxygen not less than 97 % pure, to a
pressure of 2.1 MPa ± 70 kPa, with an effective
capacity of at least 10 times volume of samples
P
No natural latex rubber used.
N
Samples kept in cylinder at 70 °C ± 2 °C for 96 h,
and immediately afterwards, taken out of cylinder
and left at room temperature for at least 16 h
N
There were no cracks visible to naked eyes
N
8.9
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES
P
8.9.1.1
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES are ≥ to
values in Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive), except as
specified in Clauses 8.9.1.2 to 8.9.1.15
P
8.9.1.2
Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive) not applied to
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION per IEC 60950-1 for
INSULATION CO-ORDINATION and used under
No such means of operator
protection per IEC 60950-1 for
insulation co-ordination.
N
conditions compliance was tested
8.9.1.3
Specified min CLEARANCE applied as min
CREEPAGE for CREEPAGE DISTANCES across
glass,
mica, ceramic and other inorganic insulating
materials with similar tracking characteristics
P
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When min CREEPAGE derived from Tables 11 to 16
(inclusive) was less than min applicable
CLEARANCE, value of min CLEARANCE applied as
min CREEPAGE DISTANCE
P
8.9.1.5
ME EQUIPMENT RATED to operate at an altitude of
2000 m
P
ME EQUIPMENT RATED to operate at an altitude
specified by MANUFACTURER (m) .......................... :
N
Operating altitude corresponding to actual air
pressure for ME EQUIPMENT intended for
pressurized environments (e.g., aircraft) used in
determining multiplication factor from Table 8, and
AIR CLEARANCE was multiplied by this factor
P
CREEPAGE DISTANCES not subjected to
multiplication factors, but were at least as large as
the resulting value for AIR CLEARANCE
P
8.9.1.6
Result - Remark
When WORKING VOLTAGE was between those in
Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive), CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES calculated as follows:
No working voltage was
between those in Tables 11 to
16.
Verdict
N
– CREEPAGE DISTANCES determined by linear
interpolation between the nearest two values, and
the calculated spacing rounded off to the next
higher 0.1 mm increment (mm)............................ :
N
– CLEARANCES for PEAK WORKING VOLTAGES above No peak working voltages
2800 V peak or d.c. determined by linear
above 2800Vpeak or d.c.
interpolation between the nearest two values, and
the calculated spacing rounded off to the next
higher 0.1 mm increment (mm)............................ :
N
– for AIR CLEARANCES corresponding to PEAK
WORKING VOLTAGE up to 2800 V peak or d.c.,
N
the
No peak working voltage up to
2800 Vpeak or d.c.,
higher of the two values applied
8.9.1.7
8.9.1.8
Material groups classified in accordance with
IIIb
Table 9 (Material Group)...................................... :
P
Material group evaluated using 50 drops of
solution A based on test data for material
according to IEC 60112
N
Material of unknown group considered group IIIb
P
– Pollution degree 1: Micro-environment sealed to
exclude dust and moisture
N
– Pollution degree 2: Micro-environment with nonconductive pollution, except occasional temporary
conductivity caused by condensation
N
– Pollution degree 3: Micro-environment subject
to conductive pollution, or dry non-conductive
pollution that could become conductive due to
expected condensation
P
– Pollution degree 4: Micro-environment where
continuous conductivity occurs due to conductive
dust, rain, or other wet conditions
N
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Pollution degree 4 not used for insulation
providing a MEANS OF PROTECTION
Where insulation between MAINS PART and earth
might be compromised, measures such as
maintenance ensure that micro-environment is
mitigated to a lower pollution degree
Verdict
P
No mains part.
N
8.9.1.9
Applicable value of MAINS TRANSIENT VOLTAGE
No mains transient.
determined from overvoltage category according
to IEC 60664-1 and NOMINAL a.c. MAINS VOLTAGE
using Table 10 (V MT peak, V MN r.m.s.) ............... :
N
8.9.1.10
Required CLEARANCE for MAINS PARTS operating on
RATED MAINS VOLTAGES up to 300 V were values
for r.m.s. or d.c. RATED MAINS VOLTAGE in Table 13
plus additional CLEARANCE in Table 14 for PEAK
WORKING VOLTAGE
No mains part.
N
8.9.1.11
Overvoltage category II applied according to IEC
60664-1
Only internally power supply
equipment.
N
8.9.1.12
8.9.1.13
For ME EQUIPMENT intended for overvoltage
category III, Tables 13 to 15 (inclusive) not used
for clearance, instead values in the next MAINS
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE column upwards used
N
When PATIENT protection (Table 12) was required
for use of ME EQUIPMENT on overvoltage category
III SUPPLY MAINS, guidance provided on values
required in the rationale for 8.9 used
N
A SECONDARY CIRCUIT derived from a SUPPLY
MAINS, normally, considered to be overvoltage
category I according to IEC 60664-1 when the
MAINS PART is overvoltage category II (Table 15)
Internally powered me
equipment.
P
Table 15 applied to earthed SECONDARY CIRCUIT or
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
N
Requirements for primary circuits in Tables 13
and 14 used for an unearthed SECONDARY CIRCUIT
derived from a SUPPLY MAINS
N
Table 15 applied when SECONDARY CIRCUIT was
separated from MAINS PART by a functionally
earthed or PROTECTIVELY EARTHED metal screen or
transients in SECONDARY CIRCUIT were below the
levels expected for overvoltage category I
N
Table 15 column for circuits not subject to
transient overvoltages applied to:
N
– d.c. SECONDARY CIRCUITS reliably connected to
earth and have capacitive filtering limiting peak-topeak ripple to 10 % of d.c. voltage, and
N
– circuits in INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
P
Table 15 for PEAK WORKING VOLTAGES above 1400 No peak working voltages
V peak or d.c. not applied because all the
above 1400 Vpeak or d.c.
following conditions were met:
N
– CLEARANCE was at least 5 mm
N
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– insulation complied with dielectric strength test
of 8.8.3 using an a.c. test voltage with an r.m.s.
value equal to 1.06 times PEAK WORKING VOLTAGE,
or
N
– a d.c. test voltage equal to peak value of a.c.
test voltage with an r.m.s. value equal to 1.06
times PEAK WORKING VOLTAGE, and
N
– CLEARANCE path was partly or entirely through
air or along the surface of an insulating material of
material group I
N
Dielectric strength test conducted only across
part(s) of the path that are through air when
CLEARANCE path was also partly along surface of a
non- group I material
N
8.9.1.14
Minimum CREEPAGE DISTANCES for two MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION obtained by doubling
values in Table 16 for one MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION
P
8.9.1.15
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES for
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS are 4 mm
or
No defibrillation-proof applied
parts.
N
No mains part.
N
more to meet 8.5.5.1
8.9.2
a) Short circuiting of each single one of CREEPAGE
DISTANCES and CLEARANCES in turn did not result in
a HAZARDOUS SITUATION for insulation in MAINS
PART between parts of opposite polarity, therefore,
min CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES not applied
b) Contribution to CREEPAGE DISTANCES of grooves
or air gaps less than 1 mm wide limited to widths
P
c) Relative positioning of CLEARANCE providing a
such that the relevant
parts are rigid and located by molding, or there is
no reduction of a distance below specified value
by deformation or movement of parts
P
MEANS OF PROTECTION is
Normal or likely limited movements of relevant
parts taken into consideration when calculating
minimum AIR CLEARANCE
8.9.3
Spaces filled by insulating compound
8.9.3.1
Only solid insulation requirements applied where
distances between conductive parts filled with
insulating compound were such that CLEARANCES
and CREEPAGE DISTANCES do not exist
8.9.3.2
No such movement.
N
N
No Space filled by insulating
compound.
N
Thermal cycling, humidity preconditioning, and
dielectric strength tests in 8.9.3.2 and 8.9.3.4 or
8.9.3.3 and 8.9.3.4 conducted
N
For insulating compound forming solid insulation
between conductive parts, a single sample
subjected to thermal cycling PROCEDURE of 8.9.3.4
followed by humidity preconditioning per 5.7 (for
48 hours), followed by dielectric strength test
(clause 8.8.3), test voltage multiplied by 1.6
N
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Cracks or voids in insulating compound affecting
homogeneity of material did not occur
N
For situations where insulating compound forms a
cemented joint with other insulating parts, three
samples tested for reliability of joint
N
A winding of solvent-based enameled wire
replaced for the test by a metal foil or by a few
turns of bare wire placed close to cemented joint,
and three samples tested as follows:
N
– One sample subjected to thermal cycling
8.9.3.4, and immediately after the
last period at highest temperature during thermal
cycling, it was subjected to dielectric strength test
of 8.8.3 except at 1.6 times the test voltage
N
– The other two samples subjected to humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, except for 48 hours only
followed by a dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 at 1.6
times the test voltage
N
8.9.3.4
One sample containing the cemented joint
subjected to a sequence of temperature cycling
tests for 10 times
N
8.9.4
Measurement of CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND AIR CLEARANCES
P
CREEPAGE AND CLEARANCES measured using Figs
22 to 31 (inclusive)
P
Corners with included angles less than 80°
assumed to be bridged with an insulating link of 1
mm moved into the least favorable position
P
Distance of 1 mm or more across the top of a
groove did not constitute a CREEPAGE DISTANCE
P
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES between parts moving
relative to each other measured with the parts in
their least favorable positions
P
Calculated CREEPAGE DISTANCE was never less
than measured AIR CLEARANCE
P
Coatings of varnish, enamel, or oxide disregarded
P
Coverings of insulating materials equivalent to a
sheet of insulating material of equal thickness with
respect to their electrical, thermal, and
mechanical properties considered as insulation
P
Minimum values in Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive)
applied to sum of sections for CREEPAGE or
CLEARANCES for one or two MEANS OF PROTECTION
interrupted by one or more floating conductive
parts (distances less than 1 mm disregarded)
P
Walls of grooves transverse to CREEPAGE
as CREEPAGE DISTANCE only
when width of the groove was more than 1 mm,
otherwise grooves disregarded
P
8.9.3.3
PROCEDURE of
DISTANCE counted
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CREEPAGE DISTANCES for a barrier placed on
surface of insulation or held in a recess measured
over barrier only when dust and moisture could
not penetrate into the joint or recess
P
Measurements for ME EQUIPMENT with an
APPLIANCE INLET made with an appropriate
P
connector inserted
For other ME EQUIPMENT with POWER SUPPLY
CORDS measurements made with conductors
P
of
largest cross-sectional area specified by
MANUFACTURER and without conductors
Movable parts placed in the least favorable
position, and nuts and screws with non-circular
heads tightened in the least favorable position
P
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES through slots or
openings in external parts measured to the
standard test finger of Fig 6
P
Measurements made applying a 2 N force on
points of bare conductors using a standard test
finger (as in Fig 6) complied with requirements for
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES
P
Measurements made applying a 30 N force to
outside of metal ENCLOSURE using a standard test
finger (as in Fig 6) complied with requirements for
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES
P
When relevant, CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES
measured after use of test hook in 5.9.2.2
P
8.10
Components and wiring
P
8.10.1
Components of ME EQUIPMENT likely to result in an Not likely to result in an
unacceptable RISK by their movements mounted
unacceptable RISK.
securely as indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
8.10.2
Conductors and connectors of ME EQUIPMENT
adequately secured or insulated to prevent
accidental detachment in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
P
Conductors and connectors of ME EQUIPMENT
No resulting in a HAZARDOUS
when breaking free at their joint and moving about SITUATION
their support point are not capable of touching
circuit points resulting in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
as indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Breaking free of one means of mechanical
restraint considered a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
Stranded conductors are not solder-coated when
secured by clamping means to prevent poor
contact which could create HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS
P
8.10.3
Flexible cords detachable without a TOOL used to
interconnect different parts of ME EQUIPMENT
provided with means for connection to comply
with requirements for metal ACCESSIBLE PARTS of
8.4 when a connection is loosened or broken as
indicated by measurement or using test finger
No such flexible cords.
N
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Cord-connected HAND-HELD parts and cord-connected foot-operated control
devices
N
8.10.4.1
Control devices of ME EQUIPMENT and their
associated connection cords contain only
conductors and components operating at 42.4 V
peak a.c., max, or 60 V d.c. in circuits isolated
from MAINS PART by two MEANS OF PROTECTION
N
8.10.4.2
Result - Remark
No Cord-connected HANDand cordconnected foot-operated
control devices.
Verdict
HELD parts
d.c. limit of 60 V applied to d.c. with no more than
10 % peak-to-peak ripple
N
42.4 V peak limit applied when ripple exceeded
10 % peak-to-peak limit
N
Connection and anchorage of a flexible cord to a
foot-operated control device of ME
both ends of cable to control device
complied with 8.11.3 when breaking free or
shorting between conductors could result in a
N
HAND-HELD or
EQUIPMENT at
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N
This requirement applied to other HAND-HELD parts
when disturbance or breaking of one or more of
connections could result in a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION
8.10.5
Mechanical protection of wiring
N
a) Internal cables and wiring adequately protected Damage to insulation could
against contact with a moving part or from friction not result in a hazardous
at sharp corners and edges where damage to
situation
insulation could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N
b) Wiring, cord forms, or components are not
likely to be damaged during assembly or during
opening or closing of ACCESS COVERS where such
damage could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION as
shown by manual tests and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
8.10.6
Guiding rollers of insulated conductors prevent
No guiding rollers.
bending of movable insulated conductors around
a radius of less than five times the outer diameter
of the lead concerned in NORMAL USE
N
8.10.7
a) Insulating sleeve that can only be removed by
breaking or cutting, or secured at both ends, is
used on internal wiring of when needed
N
No such requirements.
b) Sheath of a flexible cord not used as a MEANS
OF PROTECTION inside ME EQUIPMENT when it is
P
subject to mechanical or thermal stresses beyond
its RATED characteristics
c) Insulated conductors subject to temperatures > No insulated conductors
70 °C in NORMAL USE provided with insulation of
subject to temperatures >
heat-resistant material when compliance is likely 70 °C in normal use
to be impaired due to deterioration of insulation
N
8.11
Mains parts, components and layout
P
8.11.1
a) ME EQUIPMENT provided with means of
electrically isolating its circuits from SUPPLY MAINS
simultaneously on all poles
Only Internally powered
equipment, no mains part.
N
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PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT connected Not Permanently installed me
to a poly-phase SUPPLY MAINS equipped with a
equipment
device not interrupting neutral conductor, provided
local installation conditions prevent voltage on
neutral conductor from exceeding limits in 8.4.2 c)
N
b) Means of isolation incorporated in ME
and external means described in
technical description
N
c) A SUPPLY MAINS switch used to comply with
No supply mains switch.
8.11.1 a) complies with CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES in IEC 61058-1 for a MAINS TRANSIENT
VOLTAGE of 4 kV
N
d) A SUPPLY MAINS switch not incorporated in a
POWER SUPPLY CORD or other external flexible lead
No supply mains switch.
N
e) Direction of movement of actuator of a SUPPLY
used to comply with 8.11.1 a)
complies with IEC 60447
No supply mains switch.
N
f) A suitable plug device such as an APPLIANCE
COUPLER or a flexible cord with a MAINS PLUG used
in non-PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT to
isolate it from SUPPLY MAINS considered to comply
Only Internally powered
equipment, no mains parts.
N
No used such parts.
P
EQUIPMENT,
MAINS switch
with 8.11.1 a)
g) A fuse or a semiconductor device not used as
an isolating means in the sense of this clause
h) ME EQUIPMENT not provided with a device
Only Internally powered
causing disconnection of ME EQUIPMENT from
equipment, no mains parts.
SUPPLY MAINS by producing a short circuit resulting
in operation of an overcurrent protection device
N
i) Parts within ENCLOSURE of ME EQUIPMENT with a
circuit > 42.4 V peak a.c. or 60 V d.c. that cannot
be disconnected from its supply by an external
switch or a plug device accessible at all times is
protected against touch even after opening
ENCLOSURE by an additional covering
N
No parts within enclosure of
me equipment with a circuit >
42.4 Vpeak a.c. or 60 V d.c.
A clear warning notice is marked on outside of ME
indicate it exceeds allowable touch
voltage (symbol 10 of Table D.1 is insufficient)
N
For a part that could not be disconnected from
supply by an external switch or a plug device
accessible at all times, the required cover or
warning notice complied with this clause
N
Standard test finger of Fig 6 applied
N
EQUIPMENT to
8.11.2
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS integral with ME
EQUIPMENT complied with 16.2 d), second dash;
and 16.9.2
8.11.3
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
8.11.3.1
MAINS PLUG not fitted with more than one POWER
SUPPLY CORD
No Multiple socket-outlets
Only Internally powered
equipment, no mains parts
and Power supply cords.
N
N
N
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8.11.3.2
POWER SUPPLY CORDS are no less robust than
ordinary tough rubber sheathed flexible cord (IEC
60245-1:2003, Annex A, designation 53) or
ordinary polyvinyl chloride sheathed flexible cord
(IEC 60227-1:1993, Annex A, designation 53)
N
Only polyvinyl chloride insulated POWER SUPPLY
CORD with appropriate temperature rating used for
ME EQUIPMENT having external metal parts with a
temperature > 75 °C touchable by the cord in
N
NORMAL USE
8.11.3.3
NOMINAL cross-sectional area of conductors of
POWER SUPPLY CORDS of ME EQUIPMENT is not less
than in Table 17 (mm2 Cu) ................................... :
N
8.11.3.4
APPLIANCE COUPLERS complying with IEC 60320-1
are considered to comply with 8.11.3.5 and
8.11.3.6
N
8.11.3.5
Cord anchorage (for APPLIANCE COUPLERS not complying with IEC 60320-1)
N
a) Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD provided
with strain relieve and insulation protected from
abrasion at point of entry to ME EQUIPMENT or a
MAINS CONNECTOR by a cord anchorage
N
b) Cord anchorage of POWER SUPPLY CORD is
made of and arranged as follows when a total
insulation failure of POWER SUPPLY CORD caused
conductive non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
ACCESSIBLE PARTS to exceed limits of 8.4:
N
– insulating material, or
N
– metal, insulated from conductive ACCESSIBLE
PARTS non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED by a MEANS OF
PROTECTION, or
N
– metal provided with an insulating lining affixed
to cord anchorage, except when it is a flexible
bushing forming part of the cord guard in 8.11.3.6,
and complying with the requirements for one
N
MEANS OF PROTECTION
c) Cord anchorage prevents cord from being
clamped by a screw bearing directly on cord
insulation
N
d) Screws to be operated when replacing POWER
not serve to secure any
components other than parts of cord anchorage
N
e) Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD arranged to
prevent PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR against
strain as long as phase conductors are in contact
with their terminals when cord anchorage fails
N
f) Cord anchorage prevents POWER SUPPLY CORD
from being pushed into ME EQUIPMENT or MAINS
N
SUPPLY CORD do
CONNECTOR
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Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD supplied by
MANUFACTURER disconnected from terminals or
from MAINS CONNECTOR and cord subjected 25
Verdict
N
times to a pull applied with no jerks, each time for
1 s, on sheath of the value in Table 18
Cord subjected to a torque in Table 18 for 1 min
immediately after pull tests
N
Cord anchorage did not allow cord sheath to be
longitudinally displaced by more than 2 mm or
conductor ends to move over a distance of more
than 1 mm from their normally connected position
N
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES not reduced below
limits in 8.9
N
It was not possible to push the cord into ME
an extent the
cord or internal parts would be damaged
N
POWER SUPPLY CORDS other than for STATIONARY
ME EQUIPMENT protected against excessive
bending at inlet opening of equipment or of MAINS
CONNECTOR by means of an insulating cord guard
or by means of an appropriately shaped opening
N
Cord guard complied with test of IEC 603351:2001, Clause 25.14, or
N
ME EQUIPMENT placed such that axis of cord guard
projected at an angle of 45° with cord free from
stress, and a mass equal 10 x D2 gram (D in mm)
attached to the free end of cord (g) .................... :
N
Cord guard of temperature-sensitive material
tested at 23 °C ± 2 °C, and flat cords bent in the
plane of least resistance
N
Radius of curvature of the cord, immediately after
mass was attached, was not less than 1.5 x D...
N
8.11.4
MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES
N
8.11.4.1
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED and ME EQUIPMENT with
Only Internally powered
non-DETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD replaceable equipment, no Mains terminal
by SERVICE PERSONNEL provided with MAINS
devices.
TERMINAL DEVICES ensuring reliable connection
N
Terminals alone are not used to keep conductors
in position, except when barriers are provided
such that CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES cannot be
reduced below 8.9 if any conductor breaks away
N
Terminals of components other than terminal
blocks complying with requirements of this Clause
and marked according to 7.3.7 used as terminals
intended for external conductors
N
Screws and nuts clamping external conductors do
not serve to secure any other component, except
they also clamp internal conductors when unlikely
to be displaced when fitting the supply conductors
N
Arrangement of MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES
N
EQUIPMENT or MAINS CONNECTOR to
8.11.3.6
8.11.4.2
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a) Terminals provided for connection of external
cords or POWER SUPPLY CORDS together with
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL closely grouped to
provide convenient means of connection
N
b) PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR connections
complied with 8.6
N
c) Marking of MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES complied
with 7.3
N
d) MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES not accessible without
use of a TOOL
N
e) A MEANS OF PROTECTION are not short circuited
when one end of a flexible conductor with
NOMINAL cross-sectional area in Table 17 stripped
8 mm and with a single free wire bent in every
possible direction without pulling back insulating
sheath or making sharp bends around partitions
N
Internal wiring not subjected to stress and
reduced below 8.9
after fastening and loosening a conductor of
largest cross-sectional area 10 times
N
8.11.4.4
Terminals with clamping means for a rewirable
flexible cord did not require special preparation of
conductors and conductors were not damaged
and did not slip out when clamping means
tightened as verified by test of 8.11.3.4
N
8.11.4.5
Adequate space provided inside ME EQUIPMENT
designed for FIXED wiring or a rewirable POWER
SUPPLY CORD to allow easy introduction and
connection of conductors, and covers fitted
without damage to conductors or their insulation
N
Correct connection and positioning of conductors
before ACCESS COVER was fitted verified by an
installation test
N
Mains fuses and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
N
A fuse or OVER-CURRENT RELEASE provided in
Only Internally powered
each supply lead for CLASS I and CLASS II ME
equipment, no Mains fuses
EQUIPMENT with a functional earth connection
and over-current releases.
according to 8.6.9, and in at least one supply lead
for other single-phase CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT
N
– neutral conductor not fused for PERMANENTLY
N
8.11.4.3
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES not
8.11.5
INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT
– fuses or OVER-CURRENT RELEASES omitted due to
provision of two MEANS OF PROTECTION between all
parts of opposite polarity within MAINS PART, and
between all parts of MAINS PART and earth, and
such provisions continued within all components
N
Effect of short-circuit fault conditions in other
circuits taken into consideration before eliminating
fuses or OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
N
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Protective devices have adequate breaking
capacity to interrupt the maximum fault current
including the available short-circuit
N
A fuse or OVER-CURRENT RELEASE not provided in
a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
N
Fuses complying with IEC 60127 have high
breaking capacity (1 500 A) and prospective
short-circuit current > 35 A or 10 times current
rating of the fuse, whichever is greatero
N
Justification for omission of fuses or OVERCURRENT RELEASES is in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Internal wiring of the MAINS PART
N
a) Cross-sectional area of internal wiring in a
MAINS PART between MAINS TERMINAL DEVICE and
Only Internally powered
equipment, no mains part.
N
protective devices is not < minimum required for
2
POWER SUPPLY CORD as in 8.11.3.3 (mm Cu)...... :
b) Cross-sectional area of other wiring in MAINS
sizes of tracks on printed wiring circuits
sufficient to prevent fire in case of fault currents
N
When necessary, ME EQUIPMENT connected to a
with max available short-circuit
fault, and subsequent simulation of a fault in a
single insulation in MAINS PART did not result in any
of the HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS in 13.1.2
N
9
PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS OF ME EQUIPMENT AND
ME SYSTEMS
P
9.1
ME EQUIPMENT complies with Clause 4 for design
and manufacture, and mechanical strength (15.3)
P
9.2
HAZARDS associated with moving parts
P
9.2.1
When ME EQUIPMENT with moving parts PROPERLY
INSTALLED, used per ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS or
under foreseeable misuse, RISKS associated with
PART and
SUPPLY MAINS
A motor used to inflate air for
cuff.
P
RISK from contact with moving parts reduced to
an acceptable level using protective measures,
(access, function, shape of parts, energy, speed
of motion, and benefits to PATIENT considered)
See Risk management
Report.
P
RESIDUAL RISK associated with moving parts
considered acceptable when exposure was
needed for ME EQUIPMENT to perform its function
No Residual risk.
N
moving parts reduced to an acceptable level
Warnings marked on ME EQUIPMENT or included in
instructions for use when HAZARDS persisted after
implementing all reasonable protective measures
N
9.2.2
TRAPPING ZONE
N
9.2.2.1
ME EQUIPMENT with a TRAPPING ZONE complied
with one or more of the following as feasible:
– Gaps in Clause 9.2.2.2, or
No such trapping zone
N
N
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– Safe distances in Clause 9.2.2.3, or
N
– GUARDS and protective measures in 9.2.2.4, or
N
– Continuous activation in Clause 9.2.2.5
N
Control of relevant motion complied with 9.2.2.6
when implementation of above protective
measures were inconsistent with INTENDED USE of
ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM
N
9.2.2.2
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD when gaps of TRAPPING ZONE
complied with dimensions specified in Table 20
N
9.2.2.3
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD when distances separating
OPERATOR, PATIENT, and others from TRAPPING
ZONES exceeded values in ISO 13852
N
Distances measured from expected positions of
N
OPERATOR, PATIENT, and others near EQUIPMENT in
NORMAL USE or under foreseeable misuse
9.2.2.4
GUARDS and protective measures
9.2.2.4.1
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD when GUARDS and protective
measures were of robust construction, not easy to
bypass or render non-operational, and did not
introduce additional unacceptable RISK based on
results of applicable tests in 15.3 for ENCLOSURES
N
9.2.2.4.2
FIXED GUARDS securely held in place by systems
that cannot be dismantled without a TOOL
N
9.2.2.4.3
Movable GUARDS that can be opened without a
TOOL remained attached when GUARD was open
N
– they are associated with an interlock preventing
relevant moving parts from starting to move while
TRAPPING ZONE is accessible, and stops
movement when the GUARD is opened,
N
– absence or failure of one of their components
prevents starting, and stops moving parts
N
Movable GUARDS complied with all applicable tests
as confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Protective measures provided in control system
prevented moving parts from starting to move
while in reach of persons
N
– protective measures prevented TRAPPING ZONE
from reach, or, when it was reached, system
movement stopped once ME EQUIPMENT started to
move, and in the latter case, no HAZARD or
damage resulted
N
– when protective measure was in a SINGLE FAULT
and an unacceptable RISK could arise,
one or more emergency stopping device(s)
provided
N
9.2.2.4.4
CONDITION,
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9.2.2.5
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N
Continuous activation
TRAPPING ZONE not considered to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD where impractical to make
TRAPPING ZONE inaccessible when:
N
a) movement was in OPERATOR'S field of view
N
b) movement of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts was
possible only by continuous activation of control
by OPERATOR as long as OPERATOR response to
deactivate device relied upon to prevent HARM
N
Manually operated movements complied with this
clause since mass and velocity allowed adequate
control of positioning without causing an
unacceptable RISK
N
c) when in a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of
continuous activation system an unacceptable
RISK could arise, one or more emergency stopping
device(s) provided in ME EQUIPMENT
N
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions
confirmed
N
Speed of movement(s) positioning parts of ME
EQUIPMENT or PATIENT, when contact with ME
EQUIPMENT could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION,
limited to allow OPERATOR control of positioning
without resulting in an unacceptable RISK
N
Over travel (stopping distance) of such movement
occurring after operation of a control to stop
movement, did not result in an unacceptable RISK
N
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions
confirmed
N
9.2.3
Other HAZARDS associated with moving parts
N
9.2.3.1
Controls positioned, recessed, or protected by
It has a motor to inflate air for
other means and could not be accidentally
cuff, No such risk.
actuated to result in unacceptable RISK, except
when ergonomic considerations for a PATIENT with
special needs require otherwise
N
9.2.3.2
RISK due to over travel (past range limits) of ME
EQUIPMENT parts reduced to an acceptable level,
N
9.2.2.6
and stops or other means with mechanical
strength to withstand intended loading in NORMAL
USE and foreseeable misuse provided limiting
measure in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
9.2.4
No such movement risk as the
motor was only used to inflate
air for cuff,
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions
confirmed
N
Emergency stopping devices
N
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Where necessary to have one or more emergency No such requirement.
stopping device(s), emergency stopping device
complied with all the following, except for
actuating switch capable of interrupting all power:
N
a) Emergency stopping device reduced RISK to an
acceptable level
N
b) Proximity and response of OPERATOR to actuate
emergency stopping device could be relied upon
to prevent HARM
N
c) Emergency stopping device actuator was
readily accessible to OPERATOR
N
d) Emergency stopping device(s) are not part of
normal operation of ME EQUIPMENT
N
e) Emergency switching operation or stopping
means neither introduced further HAZARD nor
interfered with operation necessary to remove
original HAZARD
N
f) Emergency stopping device was able to break
full load of relevant circuit, including possible
stalled motor currents and the like
g) Means for stopping of movements operate as a
result of one single action
h) Emergency stopping device provided with an
actuator in red and easily distinguishable and
identifiable from other controls
i) An actuator interrupting/opening mechanical
movements marked on or immediately adjacent to
face of actuator with symbol 18 of Table D.1
(symbol IEC 60417-5638, DB:2002-10) or “STOP”
N
j) Emergency stopping device, once actuated,
maintained ME EQUIPMENT in disabled condition
until a deliberate action, different from that used to
actuate it, was performed
N
k) Emergency stopping device is suitable for its
application
N
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions
confirmed
N
Means provided to permit Quick and safe release
” button can
of PATIENT in event of breakdown of ME EQUIPMENT Press the “
release
the
cuff
pressure
or failure of power supply, activation of a
protective measure, or emergency stopping, and quickly and safely.
P
– Uncontrolled or unintended movement of ME
could result in an unacceptable
P
– Situations where PATIENT is subjected to
unacceptable RISKS due to proximity of moving
parts, removal of normal exit routes, or other
HAZARDS prevented
N
N
N
N
EQUIPMENT that
RISK prevented
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– Measures provided to reduce RISK to an
acceptable level when after removal of
counterbalanced parts, other parts of ME
EQUIPMENT can move in a hazardous way
N
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions See Risk management report.
confirmed
P
Rough surfaces, sharp corners and edges of ME
in an unacceptable
P
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all conditions See Risk management report.
confirmed
P
9.4
Instability HAZARDS
P
9.4.1
ME EQUIPMENT, other than FIXED and hand-held,
for placement on a surface did not overbalance
(tip over) or move unexpectedly, to the degree
that it could present an unacceptable RISK to
PATIENT, or OPERATOR as tested in 9.4.2 to 9.4.4
9.4.2
Instability – overbalance
N
9.4.2.1
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts did not overbalance
Hand-held equipment.
when prepared per ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, or
when not specified, as in 9.4.2.2, and placed on a
10° inclined plane from horizontal consisting of a
hard and flat surface (e.g., concrete floor covered
with 2 to 4 mm thick vinyl material)
N
9.4.2.2
Instability excluding transport
N
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts prepared based on a) to
g), inclusive, did not overbalance when placed in
different positions of NORMAL USE, except
transport positions, on a 5° inclined plane from
horizontal consisting of a hard and flat surface
N
A warning notice provided stating “Transport only
under conditions clearly described in instructions
for use or marked on ME EQUIPMENT with an
indication of RESIDUAL RISK if ME EQUIPMENT or its
parts overbalances” when overbalance occurred
during 10° inclined plane test
N
Instability from horizontal and vertical forces
N
a) ME EQUIPMENT with a mass of 25 kg or more,
other than FIXED ME EQUIPMENT for use on floor,
did not overbalance due to pushing, resting, etc
N
Surfaces of ME EQUIPMENT where a RISK of
overbalancing exists from pushing, leaning,
resting etc., permanently marked with a CLEARLY
LEGIBLE warning of the RISK (e.g., safety sign 5 of
Table D.2, safety sign ISO 7010-P017)
N
ME EQUIPMENT did not overbalance when placed
on a horizontal plane, and a force of 25 % of its
weight, but not more than 220 N, applied in
different directions, except a direction with an
upward component
N
9.3
EQUIPMENT that could result
RISK avoided or covered
9.4.2.3
Hand-held equipment.
N
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b) ME EQUIPMENT, other than FIXED ME EQUIPMENT,
for use on the floor or on a table, did not
overbalance due to sitting or stepping, except
when a legible warning of this RISK provided on ME
EQUIPMENT (e.g., safety signs 6 and 7 of Table
D.2, safety signs ISO 7010-P018, or ISO 7010P019 as appropriate)
N
ME EQUIPMENT did not overbalance when placed
on a horizontal plane, and a constant downward
force of 800 N applied at the point of maximum
moment to working surfaces, offering an foothold
or sitting surface of a min 20 x 20 cm area, and at
a height ≤ 1 m from the floor
N
Castors and wheels
N
Means used for transportation of MOBILE ME
castors or wheels) did not result
in an unacceptable RISK when MOBILE ME
EQUIPMENT moved or parked in NORMAL USE
No castors and wheels
N
EQUIPMENT (e.g.,
9.4.2.4.2
Force required to move MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT
along a hard and flat horizontal surface did not
exceed 200 N applied at a height of 1 m above
floor or highest point on ME EQUIPMENT when < 1
m high, except when instructions for use indicated
more than one person needed (N) ...................... :
N
9.4.2.4.3
MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT exceeding 45 kg configured
with a SAFE WORKING LOAD, moved as in NORMAL
USE 10 times in forward direction over (up and
down) a solid vertical plane obstruction installed
on the floor with wheels impacting the obstruction
at a speed of 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s for manual or with
max speed for motor driven MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT
N
ME EQUIPMENT went up the obstruction without
overbalancing or any other unacceptable RISK as
determined by examination of ME EQUIPMENT, its
parts, and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
There was no reduction of CREEPAGE and
8.9, no access to parts
exceeding limits in 8.4, and no access to moving
parts capable of causing HARM, and
N
– Assessment criteria in Clause 9 and 11.6 used
N
– Dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 conducted to
evaluate integrity of solid SUPPLEMENTARY or
N
CLEARANCES below
REINFORCED INSULATION
9.4.3
– CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES
measured compared favorably with min distances
in clause 8.9
N
Small chips not adversely affecting protection
against electric shock or moisture, disregarded
N
Instability from unwanted lateral movement (including sliding)
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a) Brakes of power-driven MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT
normally activated and could only be released by
continuous actuation of a control
Hand-held equipment.
9.4.3.2
9.4.4
Verdict
N
b) MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT provided with locking
means to prevent unwanted movements of ME
EQUIPMENT or its parts in transport position
N
c) No unacceptable RISK due to unwanted lateral
movement resulted when MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT
placed in its transport position or worst case
NORMAL USE position with SAFE WORKING LOAD, and
locking device activated, on a 10° inclined hard
flat surface with castors in the worst-case position
N
Following initial elastic movement, creepage, and
pivoting of castors, no further movement of
MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT > 50 mm (in relation to
inclined plane) occurred (mm) ............................. :
N
RISK due to any initial movement assessed taking
into consideration NORMAL USE of ME EQUIPMENT
N
Instability excluding transport
N
a) Further movement of ME EQUIPMENT (after initial
elastic movement) was less than 50 mm when
MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT with a SAFE WORKING LOAD
positioned on a 5° inclined hard flat surface with
wheel locked or braking system activated (mm).. :
N
RISK due to initial movements assessed taking
into consideration NORMAL USE of ME EQUIPMENT
N
b) TRANSPORTABLE or STATIONARY ME EQUIPMENT
for use on the floor and with a SAFE WORKING LOAD
prepared as in 9.4.2.2 and placed on a horizontal
plane with locking device activated and castors,
when supplied, in their worst –case position
N
Further movement of ME EQUIPMENT (after initial
elastic movement), was no more than 50 mm
when a force of 25 % of weight of unit, but less
than 220 N, applied in different directions, except
a direction with an upwards component, at highest
point of ME EQUIPMENT but ≤ 1.5 m from floor....... :
N
RISK due to initial movements assessed taking
into consideration NORMAL USE of ME EQUIPMENT
N
Grips and other handling devices
N
a) ME EQUIPMENT other than PORTABLE EQUIPMENT
or its part with a mass of over 20 kg requiring
lifting in NORMAL USE or transport provided with
suitable handling means, or ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS specify safe lifting method, except
when handling is obvious and causing HAZARDS
Handles, when supplied, suitably placed to enable
its part to be carried by two or
more persons and by examination of EQUIPMENT,
its part, or ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
ME EQUIPMENT or
No grips and handling device.
N
N
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b) PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT with a mass > 20 kg
provided with one or more carrying-handles
suitably placed to enable carring by two or more
persons as confirmed by actual carrying
N
c) Carrying handles and grips and their means of
attachment withstood application of a force four
times weight of ME EQUIPMENT in different
directions of NORMAL USE and transport (N) ......... :
N
Force distributed between multiple handles, when
supplied, of PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT by
measuring percentage of ME EQUIPMENT weight
sustained by each handle with ME EQUIPMENT in
normal carrying position (N)................................. :
N
Each handle of ME EQUIPMENT with multiple
handles able of be carried by only one handle was
capable of sustaining total force (N) .................... :
N
Force applied uniformly over a 7 cm length of
handle at centre, starting at zero and gradually
increased to test value in 5 to 10 s and
maintained for 1 min
N
Handles did not break loose, did not exhibit
permanent distortion, cracking, or other evidence
of breakdown
N
9.5
Expelled parts HAZARD
N
9.5.1
Suitability of means of protecting against
unacceptable RISK of expelled parts determined
by assessment and examination of RISK
No such part.
N
MANAGEMENT FILE
9.5.2
Cathode ray tube(s) complied with IEC
60065:2001, Clause 18, or IEC 61965
N
9.6
Acoustic energy (including infra- and ultrasound) and vibration
N
9.6.1
Human exposure to acoustic energy and vibration No acoustic energy and
from ME EQUIPMENT doesn’t result in unacceptable vibration from ME EQUIPMENT
RISK as confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
including audibility of auditory alarm signals,
PATIENT sensitivity, and tests of 9.6.2 and 9.6.3
N
9.6.2
Acoustic energy
N
9.6.2.1
PATIENT, OPERATOR, and other persons are not
exposed to acoustic energy from ME EQUIPMENT in
NORMAL USE, except for auditory alarm signals
N
– 80 dBA for a cumulative exposure of 24 h over a
24 h period (dBA) ................................................ :
N
– 140 dB un-weighted sound pressure level for
impulsive or impact acoustic energy (noise) (dB) . :
N
Maximum A-weighted sound pressure level was
measured at min distances of PATIENT, OPERATOR,
or other persons from source of noise in NORMAL
USE (or calculated per ISO 3746, ISO 9614-1 or
IEC61672-1) under following conditions:
N
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N
b) All protective means provided or called for in
in place during
sound measurement
N
c) Sound level meters used in measurement
conform to IEC 61672-1 and IEC 61672-2
N
d) Test room was semi-reverberant with hard
reflecting floor, distance between any wall or other
object and surface of ME EQUIPMENT was ≥ 3 m
N
9.6.2.2
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE examined for RISKS
associated with infrasound or ultrasound, when
present, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
N
9.6.3
Hand-transmitted vibration
N
Means provided, except for INTENDED USE
vibrations, to protect PATIENT and OPERATOR when
hand-transmitted frequency-weighted r.m.s.
acceleration generated in NORMAL USE exceeds
specified values measured per ISO 5349-1 at
points of hand contact with PATIENT or OPERATOR
N
– 2.5 m/s2 for a cumulative time of 8 h during a 24
h period (m/s2) ..................................................... :
N
– Accelerations for different times, inversely
proportional to square root of time (m/s2) ............ :
N
9.7
Pressure vessels and parts subject to pneumatic and hydraulic pressure
P
9.7.1
Requirements of this clause applied to vessels
and parts of ME EQUIPMENT subject to pressure
resulting in rupture and unacceptable RISK
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS were
9.7.2
It has pneumatic pressure
(such as cuff pressure).
Parts of a pneumatic or hydraulic system used as No such part.
a support system, additionally, complied with 9.8
N
Pneumatic and hydraulic parts of ME EQUIPMENT or
following requirements based
on examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE:
P
ACCESSORIES met
– No unacceptable RISK resulted from loss of
pressure or loss of vacuum
No unacceptable RISK resulted
from loss of pressure.
P
– No unacceptable RISK resulted from a fluid jet
caused by leakage or a component failure
No fluid used.
N
– Elements of ME EQUIPMENT or an ACCESSORY,
especially pipes and hoses leading to an
unacceptable RISK protected against harmful
external effects
See Risk Management
Report.
P
– Reservoirs and similar vessels leading to an
unacceptable RISK are automatically
depressurized when ME EQUIPMENT is isolated
from its power supply
No Reservoirs and similar
vessels.
N
Means provided for isolation, or local
depressurizing reservoirs and similar vessels, and
pressure indication when above not possible
N
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– All elements remaining under pressure after
No elements remaining under
isolation of ME EQUIPMENT or an ACCESSORY from
pressure after isolation of ME
its power supply resulting in an unacceptable RISK EQUIPMENT or an ACCESSORY
provided with clearly identified exhaust devices,
from its power supply.
and a warning to depressurize these elements
before setting or maintenance activity
N
Maximum pressure a part of ME EQUIPMENT can be
subjected to in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS considered to be highest of following:
N
a) RATED maximum supply pressure from an
external source
No external source.
N
b) Pressure setting of a pressure-relief device
provided as part of assembly
No such part.
N
c) Max pressure that can develop by a source of Pressure limited by a
pressure that is part of assembly, unless pressure pressure-relief device.
limited by a pressure-relief device
N
9.7.4
Max pressure in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS did not exceed MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE
WORKING PRESSURE for EQUIPMENT part, except as
allowed in 9.7.7, confirmed by examination of ME
EQUIPMENT and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE, and by
functional tests
P
9.7.5
A pressure vessel withstood a HYDRAULIC TEST
pressure was > 50 kPa, and
product of pressure and volume was > 200 kPa.I
No such pressure vessel.
N
PRESSURE when
9.7.6
HYDRAULIC TEST PRESSURE was MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE times a factor
obtained from Fig 32, and pressure was gradually
raised to specified test value and held for 1 min
N
Sample did not burst, was not permanently
deformed, and no leaks developed
N
No leakage occurred at a gasket at a pressure
below 40 % of required test value, or below
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE ............ :
N
No leakage occurred for pressure vessels
intended for toxic, flammable, or otherwise
hazardous substances, and for other pressure
vessels, leakage resulting in an unacceptable
RISK did not occur (e.g., high pressure fluid jet)
N
When unmarked pressure vessels and pipes
could not be hydraulically tested, integrity verified
by other suitable tests .......................................... :
N
Pressure-control device regulating pressure in ME No Pressure-control device.
EQUIPMENT with pressure-relief device completed
100,000 cycles of operation under RATED load and
prevented pressure from exceeding 90 % of
setting of pressure-relief device under different
conditions of NORMAL USE
N
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Pressure-relief device(s) used where MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE could otherwise
be exceeded met the following, as confirmed by
MANUFACTURER’S data, ME EQUIPMENT, RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE, and functional tests:
No possible overpressure as
the equipment has
overpressure protective
function, and no Pressurerelief device requirements.
Verdict
N
a) Connected as close as possible to pressure
vessel or parts of system it is intended to protect
N
b) Installed to be readily accessible for inspection,
maintenance, and repair
N
c) Could be adjusted or rendered inoperative
without a TOOL
N
d) With discharge opening located and directed as
to not to release material towards any person
N
e) With discharge opening located and directed as
to not to deposit material on parts that could result
in an unacceptable RISK
N
f) Adequate discharge capacity provided to
ensure that pressure will not exceed MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE of system it is
connected to by more than 10 % when failure
occurs in control of supply pressure
N
g) No shut-off valve provided between a pressurerelief device and parts it is intended to protect
N
h) Min number of cycles of operation 100 000,
except for one-time use devices (bursting disks)
N
9.8
HAZARDS associated with support systems
N
9.8.1
ME EQUIPMENT parts designed to support loads or
provide actuating forces when a mechanical fault
could constitute an unacceptable RISK
– Construction of support, suspension, or
actuation system complied with Table 21 and
No support systems.
N
N
TOTAL LOAD
– Means of attachment of ACCESSORIES prevent
possibility of incorrect attachment that could result
in an unacceptable RISK
N
– RISK ANALYSIS of support systems included
HAZARDS from static, dynamic, vibration, impact
N
and pressure loading, foundation and other
movements, temperature, environmental,
manufacture and service conditions
– RISK ANALYSIS included effects of failures such
as excessive deflection, plastic deformation,
ductile/brittle fracture, fatigue fracture, instability
(buckling), stress-assisted corrosion cracking,
wear, material creep and deterioration, and
residual stresses from manufacturing PROCESSES
N
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– Instructions on attachment of structures to a
floor, wall, ceiling, etc. included in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS making adequate allowances for
quality of materials used to make the connection
and list the required materials
N
Additional instructions provided on checking
adequacy of surface of structure parts will be
attached to
N
Support systems maintain structural integrity
during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE, and TENSILE SAFETY
FACTORS are not less than Table 21, except when
an alternative method used to demonstrate
structural integrity throughout EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE, or when support is a foot rest
N
Compliance with 9.8.1 and 9.8.2 confirmed by
examination of ME EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT
FILE, specifications and processing of materials
N
When test results were part of information, testing
consisted of application of a test load to support
assembly equal to TOTAL LOAD times required
TENSILE SAFETY FACTOR while support assembly
under test was in equilibrium after 1 min, or not
resulted in an unacceptable RISK
N
9.8.3
Strength of PATIENT or OPERATOR support or suspension systems
N
9.8.3.1
ME EQUIPMENT parts supporting or immobilizing
PATIENTS minimize RISK of physical injuries and
N
9.8.2
accidental loosening of secured joints
SAFE WORKING LOAD of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
supporting or suspending PATIENTS or OPERATORS
is sum of mass of PATIENTS or mass of OPERATORS
plus mass of ACCESSORIES supported or
suspended by ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
N
Supporting and suspending parts for adult human
N
PATIENTS or OPERATORS designed for a PATIENT or
OPERATOR with a min mass of 135 kg and
ACCESSORIES with a min mass of 15 kg, unless
stated by MANUFACTURER
Maximum mass of PATIENT included in SAFE
WORKING LOAD of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
supporting or suspending PATIENTS adapted
MANUFACTURER specified applications
N
when
Max allowable PATIENT mass < 135 kg marked
ME EQUIPMENT and stated in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS
Max allowable PATIENT mass
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
on
> 135 kg stated in
Examination of markings, ACCOMPANYING
and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE confirmed
compliance
DOCUMENTS,
N
N
N
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Part of SAFE WORKING LOAD representing
PATIENTS or OPERATORS is distributed on
Result - Remark
mass of
Verdict
N
support/suspension surface representing human
body as in Fig A.19
Part of SAFE WORKING LOAD representing mass
ACCESSORIES deployed as in NORMAL USE and,
of
N
when not defined, at worst case position permitted
by configuration or ACCESSORIES attachment on
support/suspension parts
a) Entire mass of PATIENT or OPERATOR distributed
over an area of 0.1 m2 on a foot rest temporarily
supporting a standing PATIENT or OPERATOR
N
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
specifications
of materials and their processing, and tests:
N
PATIENT support/suspension system positioned
horizontally in most disadvantageous position in
NORMAL USE, and a mass 2 x 135 kg or twice
intended person’s load (the greater used), applied
to foot rest over an area of 0.1 m2 for 1 min (Kg) :
N
Damage or deflection resulting in an unacceptable
not occur on foot rest and its secured
joints
N
b) Deflection of a support surface from PATIENT or
on an area of support/
suspension where a PATIENT or OPERATOR can sit
did not result in an unacceptable RISK
N
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
specifications
of materials and their processing, and by a test:
N
PATIENT support/suspension system set in most
unfavorable NORMAL USE position, and a mass of
60 % of part of SAFE WORKING LOAD simulating
PATIENT or OPERATOR, or a min 80 kg, placed on
support or suspension system with center of load
60 mm from outer edge of support or suspension
system for at least one minute (Kg) ..................... :
N
Deflection of support/suspension system resulting
in an unacceptable RISK did not occur
N
Dynamic forces that can be exerted on equipment
parts supporting or suspending a PATIENT or
OPERATOR in NORMAL USE did not result in an
unacceptable RISK as confirmed by following test:
N
PATIENT support/suspension system set in most
unfavorable NORMAL USE position, and a mass as
in Fig 33 equal to SAFE WORKING LOAD simulating
PATIENT or OPERATOR dropped from 150 mm
above seat area on an area of support/
suspension a PATIENT or OPERATOR can sit (Kg) .. :
N
Systems with MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES
N
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
RISK did
OPERATOR loading
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
9.8.3.3
9.8.4
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9.8.4.1
a) A MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE provided
when a support system or its parts impaired by
wear have a TENSILE SAFETY FACTOR ≥ to values in
Table 21, rows 5 and 6, but less than 3 and 4
N
b) MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE complies with the
requirements as follows:
N
– Designed based on TOTAL LOAD, and includes
effects of SAFE WORKING LOAD when applicable
N
– Has TENSILE SAFETY FACTORS for all parts not
less than Table 21, row 7
N
– Activated before travel (movement) produced an
unacceptable RISK
N
– Takes into account Clauses 9.2.5 and 9.8.4.3
N
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
specifications
of materials and their processing
N
Activation of MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE is
made obvious to OPERATOR when ME EQUIPMENT
can still be used after failure of suspension or
actuation means and activation of a MECHANICAL
PROTECTIVE DEVICE (e.g., a secondary cable)
N
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE requires
TOOL to be reset or replaced
N
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
9.8.4.2
9.8.4.3
use of a
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE intended to function once
N
– Further use of ME EQUIPMENT not possible until
replacement of MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE
N
– ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS instruct once
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE is activated,
SERVICE PERSONNEL shall be called, and
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE must be replaced
before ME EQUIPMENT can be used again
N
– ME EQUIPMENT permanently marked with safety
sign 2 of Table D.2 (i.e., safety sign 7010-W001)
N
– Marking is adjacent to MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE
DEVICE or its location relative to MECHANICAL
PROTECTIVE DEVICE is obvious to service personnel
N
– Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
EQUIPMENT, ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE, specifications and processing
N
of materials, and following test:
A chain, cable, band, spring, belt, jack screw nut,
pneumatic or hydraulic hose, structural part or the
like, employed to support a load, defeated by a
convenient means causing maximum normal load
to fall from most adverse position permitted by
construction of ME EQUIPMENT
N
Load included SAFE WORKING LOAD in 9.8.3.1 when
system was capable of supporting a PATIENT or
N
OPERATOR
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Result - Remark
Verdict
N
perform
its intended function
9.8.5
Systems without MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES
N
Support system parts have TENSILE SAFETY
values in Table 21, rows 1 and 2,
and are not impaired by wear
N
Support system parts impaired by wear, however,
they have TENSILE SAFETY FACTORS ≥ to values in
Table 21, rows 3 and 4
N
Examination of ME EQUIPMENT and RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE confirmed compliance
N
10
PROTECTION AGAINST UNWANTED AND EXCESSIVE RADIATION
HAZARDS
N
10.1
X-Radiation
N
10.1.1
X-radiation dose-rate was ≤ 36 pA/kg (5 μSv/h)
(0.5 mR/h) 5 cm from surface of ME EQUIPMENT
including background radiation for ME EQUIPMENT
not producing therapeutic/diagnostic X-radiation
but producing ionizing radiation
FACTORS ≥ to
No X-Radiation produced.
N
Amount of radiation measured by means of an
ionizing chamber radiation monitor with an
effective area of 10 cm2 or by other instruments
producing equal results
N
ME EQUIPMENT operated as in NORMAL USE at most
unfavorable RATED MAINS VOLTAGE and controls
adjusted to emit maximum radiation
N
Internal preset controls not intended for
adjustment during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME
EQUIPMENT not taken into consideration
N
10.1.2
RISK from unintended X-radiation from ME
EQUIPMENT producing X-radiation for diagnostic
and therapeutic purposes addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as indicated in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE (see IEC 60601-1-3 & 1.3)
No X-Radiation produced.
N
10.2
RISK associated with alpha, beta, gamma,
neutron, and other particle radiation, when
applicable, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS as indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No these related radiation.
N
10.3
RISK associated with microwave radiation, when
applicable, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS as indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Not applicable.
N
10.4
Relevant requirements of IEC 60825-1:1993
applied to lasers, light emitting diodes (LEDs),
and laser light barriers or similar products
RISK associated with visible electromagnetic
radiation other than emitted by lasers and LEDS,
when applicable, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS as indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No such devices used.
N
Not applicable.
N
10.5
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RISK associated with infrared radiation other than Not applicable.
emitted by lasers and LEDS, when applicable,
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
RISK associated with ultraviolet radiation other
Not applicable.
than emitted by lasers and LEDS, when applicable,
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
11
PROTECTION AGAINST EXCESSIVE TEMPERATURES AND OTHER
HAZARDS
P
11.1
Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT
P
11.1.1
Temperatures on ME EQUIPMENT parts did not
exceed values in Tables 22 and 23 operating in
worst-case NORMAL USE at maximum rated
ambient operating temperature T
10.7
Result - Remark
See appended Table 11.1.1
Surfaces of test corner did not exceed 90 °C
THERMAL CUT-OUTS did
CONDITION
not operate in NORMAL
Verdict
N
P
P
No thermal cut-outs used in
equipment
N
11.1.2
Temperature of APPLIED PARTS
11.1.2.1
Temperatures, hot or cold surfaces, and when
appropriate, clinical effects of APPLIED PARTS
supplying heat to a PATIENT determined and
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE and
instructions for use
11.1.2.2
APPLIED PARTS not supplying heat to a PATIENT met See appended Table 11.1.2.2
Table 24 with max surface temperatures > 41 °C
disclosed in instructions for use, and clinical
effects with respect to body surface, maturity of
PATIENTS, medications taken, surface pressure, as
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
Surfaces of APPLIED PARTS cooled below ambient
temperatures that can also result in HAZARD
evaluated as part of RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Surfaces of applied parts was
not below ambient
temperatures
N
Measurements not made when engineering
judgment and rationale by MANUFACTURER
indicated temperature limits could not exceed, as
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Measurement was made.
N
11.1.3
P
No supplying heat to a PATIENT
N
Test corner not used where engineering judgment Used Test corner.
and rationale by MANUFACTURER indicated test
corner will not impact measurements, as
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Probability of occurrence and duration of contact
for parts likely to be touched and for APPLIED
PARTS documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
See Risk Management
Report.
a) ME EQUIPMENT positioned for tests in
accordance with this clause
b) Supply voltage was in accordance with this
clause
P
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
and 11.1.2.2
P
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c) Thermal stabilization for temperature tests has
been established, and
Verdict
P
– Non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION: After operating in
standby/quiescent mode until THERMAL STABILITY
reached, ME EQUIPMENT operated in NORMAL USE
over consecutive cycles until THERMAL STABILITY
was achieved again, or for 7 h, the shorter of the
two, and RATED “on”/“off” periods used
Continuous operation
N
– CONTINUOUS OPERATION: ME EQUIPMENT
operated until THERMAL STABILITY reached
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
and 11.1.2.2
P
d) Temperatures measured based on this clause
using thermocouples and/or for copper windings,
by-the-change-of-resistance method
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
and 11.1.2.2
P
e) THERMAL CUT-OUTS were not de-activated, and
test criteria was based on this clause
No Thermal cut-outs.
N
11.1.4
GUARDS preventing contact with hot or cold
accessible surfaces removable only with a TOOL
No hot or cold accessible
surfaces
N
11.2
Fire prevention
P
11.2.1
ENCLOSURE has strength and rigidity necessary to
prevent a fire caused by reasonably foreseeable
misuse and met mechanical strength tests for
ENCLOSURES in 15.3
P
Me equipment and me systems used in conjunction with OXYGEN RICH
N
11.2.2
ENVIRONMENTS
11.2.2.1
RISK of fire in an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT
reduced by means limiting spread of fire under
NORMAL or SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS when source
of ignition is in contact with ignitable material
Not used in conjunction with
oxygen rich environments
N
Requirements of 13.1.1 applied to oxygen
concentrations up to 25 % at one atmosphere or
partial pressures up to 27.5 kPa for higher
atmospheric pressures
N
a) No sources of ignition discovered in an OXYGEN
RICH ENVIRONMENT in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS under any of following conditions:
N
1) when temperature of material raised to its
ignition temperature
N
2) when temperatures affected solder or solder
joints causing loosening, short circuiting, or other
failures resulting in sparking or increasing material
temperature to its ignition temperature
N
3) when parts affecting safety cracked or changed
their outer shape exposing temperatures > 300 °C
or sparks due to overheating
N
4) when temperatures of parts or components
exceeded 300 °C, atmosphere was 100 %
oxygen, contact material solder, and fuel cotton
N
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5) when sparks provided adequate energy for
ignition by exceeding limits of Figs 35 to 37
(inclusive), atmosphere was 100 % oxygen,
contact material solder, and fuel cotton
N
Deviations from worst case limits in 4) and 5)
above based on lower oxygen concentrations or
less flammable fuels justified and documented in
N
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Alternative test in this clause did not identify
existence of ignition sources at highest voltage or
current, respectively
N
A safe upper limit determined by dividing upper
limit of voltage or current, respectively, with safety
margin factor of three ........................................... :
N
b) RESIDUAL RISK of fire in an OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT as determined by application of RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS is based on following
configurations, each by itself, or in combination
N
1) Electrical components in an OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT provided with power supplies having
limited energy levels lower than those considered
sufficient for ignition in 11.2.2.1 a) as determined
by examination, measurement or calculation of
power, energy, and temperatures in NORMAL and
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS identified in 11.2.3
N
2) Max oxygen concentration measured until it did
not exceed 25 % in ventilated compartments with
parts that can be a source of ignition only in
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION and can be penetrated by
oxygen due to an undetected leak (%) ................ :
N
3) A compartment with parts or components that
can be a source of ignition only under SINGLE
FAULT CONDITION separated from another
compartment containing an OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT by sealing all joints and holes for
cables, shafts, or other purposes
N
Effect of possible leaks and failures under SINGLE
FAULT CONDITION that could cause ignition
evaluated using a RISK ASSESSMENT to determine
maintenance intervals by examination of
documentation and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
4) Fire initiated in ENCLOSURE of electrical
components in a compartment with OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT that can become a source of ignition
only under SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS selfextinguished rapidly and no hazardous amount of
toxic gases reached PATIENT as determined by
analysis of gases having reached PATIENT
N
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RISK of
ignition under least favorable conditions
did not occur and oxygen concentration did not
exceed 25% in immediate surroundings due to
appropriate location of external exhaust outlets of
an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT when electrical
components mounted on the outside of ME
EQUIPMENT or an ME SYSTEM
N
11.2.2.3
Electrical connections within a compartment
containing an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT under
NORMAL USE did not produce sparks due to
loosening or breaking, except when limited in
power and energy to values in 11.2.2.1 a) 5)
N
– Screw-attachments protected against loosening
during use by varnishing, use of spring washers,
or adequate torques
N
– Soldered, crimped, and pin-and-socket
connections of cables exiting ENCLOSURE include
additional mechanical securing means
N
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS related to OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS ME EQUIPMENT and
ME SYSTEMS considered
N
– Failure of a ventilation system constructed in
Not OXYGEN RICH
accordance with 11.2.2.1 b) 2) ............................. : ENVIRONMENTS ME EQUIPMENT
or ME SYSTEMS
N
– Failure of a barrier constructed in accordance
with 11.2.2.1 b) 3) ................................................. :
N
– Failure of a component creating a source of
ignition (as defined in 11.2.2.1 a) ......................... :
N
– Failure of solid insulation or creepage and
clearances providing equivalent of at least one
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION but less than two
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION that could create a
source of ignition defined in 11.2.2.1 a) ................ :
N
– Failure of a pneumatic component resulting in
leakage of oxygen-enriched gas ........................... :
N
Constructional requirements for fire ENCLOSURES of ME EQUIPMENT
N
ME EQUIPMENT met this clause for alternate means
of compliance with selected HAZARDOUS
SITUATIONS and fault conditions in 13.1.2
P
Following constructional requirements were met
P
11.2.3
11.3
Or, following constructional requirements
specifically analyzed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Result - Remark
Following constructional
requirements were met.
Verdict
N
Specific justification provided when requirement
not met
N
a) Flammability classification of insulated wire
No such insulated wire within
within fire ENCLOSURE is FV-1, or better, based on fire ENCLOSURE.
IEC 60695 series as determined by examination
of data on materials
N
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Flammability classification of connectors, printed
circuit boards, and insulating material on which
components are mounted is FV-2, or better,
based on IEC 60695-11-10 as determined by
examination of data on materials
See appended Table 8.10 and
related Certification for
material data
11.5
P
In absence of Certification, FV tests based on EC
60695-11-10 conducted on 3 samples of complete
parts or sections of a part, including area with
minimum thickness and ventilation openings
N
b) Fire ENCLOSURE met following:
P
1) No openings at bottom or, as specified in Fig
39, constructed with baffles as in Fig 38, or made
of perforated metal as in Table 25, or a metal
screen with a mesh ≤ 2 × 2 mm centre to centre
and wire diameter of at least 0.45 mm
11.4
Verdict
No openings at bottom.
P
2) No openings on the sides within the area that is No such opening.
included within the inclined line C in Fig 39
P
3) ENCLOSURE, baffles, and flame barriers have
adequate rigidity and made of metal, except
magnesium, or of non-metallic materials, except
constructions based on Table 25 and a mesh,
FV-2 or better for TRANSPORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT
and FV-1 or better for fixed ME EQUIPMENT, or
STATIONARY ME EQUIPMENT per IEC 60695-11-10,
as determined by examination of ENCLOSURE or
flammability classification based on 11.3 a)
P
See appended Table 8.10 and
related Certification for
material data.
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use with flammable anesthetics
N
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEMS and parts described in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS for use with flammable
anesthetics (CATEGORY AP) or anesthetics with
oxidants (CATEGORY APG) comply with Annex G
N
Not intended for use with
flammable anesthetics
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use in conjunction with flammable
agents
N
MANUFACTURER’S RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
addresses possibility of fire and associated
mitigations as confirmed by examination of RISK
N
Not intended for use in
conjunction with flammable
agents
MANAGEMENT FILE
11.6
Overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water or particulate matter, cleaning,
disinfection, sterilization and compatibility with substances used with the ME
P
EQUIPMENT
11.6.1
Sufficient degree of protection provided against
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water or
particulate matter, cleaning, disinfection and
sterilization, and compatibility with substances
used with ME EQUIPMENT
P
11.6.2
Overflow in ME EQUIPMENT
N
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Liquid reservoir liable to be overfilled or to
No Liquid used.
overflow in NORMAL USE completely filled and 15 %
of its capacity poured in over a period of 1 min,
and except when restricted, TRANSPORTABLE ME
EQUIPMENT tilted through an angle of 15° in least
favorable direction(s), and when necessary
refilled starting from position of NORMAL USE
N
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and uninsulated electrical
N
parts or electrical insulation of parts that could
result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION were not wet
11.6. 3
Spillage on ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEM
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS handling liquids in
NORMAL USE positioned as in 5.4 a) and liquid with
N
No need to handle liquids in
normal use.
N
composition, volume, duration of spill, point of
contact, and test conditions based on RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS poured steadily on a point
on top of ME EQUIPMENT
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and uninsulated electrical
N
parts or electrical insulation of parts that could
result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION were not wet
11.6.4
Leakage
IPX0 equipment.
N
11.6.5
Ingress of water or particulate matter into ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
N
ME EQUIPMENT with IP Code placed in least
IPX0, no need to label.
favorable position of NORMAL USE and subjected to
tests of IEC 60529 (IP Code) ............................... :
N
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and there were no
N
bridging of insulation or electrical components that
could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION in NORMAL
CONDITION or in a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
11.6.6
Cleaning and disinfection of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
P
ME EQUIPMENT/ME SYSTEM and their parts and
ACCESSORIES cleaned or disinfected once in
P
accordance with methods specified in instructions
for use including any cooling or drying period
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and there was no
deterioration resulting in an unacceptable RISK
Effects of multiple cleanings/disinfections during
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of EQUIPMENT, their parts
and ACCESSORIES, evaluated by MANUFACTURER
and assurance that no unacceptable RISK will
occur verified by RISK MANAGEMENT FILE review
11.6.7
See appended Tables 8.7B,
8.7.3B, 8.7.4.7, 8.8.3A, and
8.8.3B
P
See Risk Management
Report.
P
Sterilization of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEMS and their parts or
ACCESSORIES intended to be sterilized assessed
and documented according to ISO 11134, ISO
11135, or ISO 11137 as appropriate
N
Not intended to be sterilized.
N
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After the test, ME EQUIPMENT complied with the
appropriate dielectric strength and LEAKAGE
CURRENT tests and there was no deterioration
resulting in an unacceptable RISK
Verdict
N
11.6.8
RISKS associated with compatibility of substances
used with ME EQUIPMENT addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Risk Management
Report.
P
11.7
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEM, and ACCESSORIES
coming into direct or indirect contact with
biological tissues, cells, or body fluids assessed
and documented according to ISO 10993
Evaluated by the manufacture.
N
11.8
Interruption and restoration of power supply did
not result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION, except
interruption of its intended function
Not result in a HAZARDOUS
P
SITUATION.
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ACCURACY OF CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS AND PROTECTION
AGAINST HAZARDOUS OUTPUTS
P
12.1
RISKS associated with accuracy of controls and
instruments stated in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
confirmed by RISK MANAGEMENT FILE review
See the table in chapter 4 in
Risk Management Report.
P
12.2
RISK of poor USABILITY, including those associated
with identification, marking, and documents
addressed in a USABILITY ENGINEERING PROCESS as
confirmed by review of provided records
See Risk Management Report
and Report based on IEC
60601-1-6 provided by the
manufacture.
P
The need for alarm systems as a means of RISK
with operation or
failure of alarm system addressed in RISK
No need for alarm systems.
N
12.3
CONTROL and RISKS associated
MANAGEMENT PROCESS
12.4
Protection against hazardous output
12.4.1
RISKS associated with hazardous output arising
from intentional exceeding of safety limits
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No hazardous output.
N
12.4.2
When applicable, need for indication of
parameters associated with hazardous output
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Not applicable.
N
12.4.3
RISKS associated with accidental selection of
excessive output values for ME EQUIPMENT with a
multi-purpose unit designed to provide low and
high-intensity outputs for different treatments
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
When applicable, RISKS associated with incorrect
output addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
as confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Diagnostic or therapeutic radiation
N
12.4.4
12.4.5
N
N
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Adequate provisions made to protect PATIENTS,
other persons, and sensitive devices
in vicinity of unwanted or excessive radiation
emitted by ME EQUIPMENT designed to produce
radiation for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
No Diagnostic or therapeutic
radiation
OPERATORS,
12.4.5.2
12.4.5.3
12.4.5.4
12.4.6
Radiation safety ensured by compliance with
requirements of appropriate standards
RISKS associated with diagnostic X-rays
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
RISKS associated with radiotherapy addressed in
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
RISKS associated with ME EQUIPMENT producing
diagnostic or therapeutic radiation other than
diagnostic X-rays and radiotherapy addressed in
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
When applicable, RISKS associated with diagnostic No such output.
or therapeutic acoustic pressure addressed in
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
Verdict
N
N
N
N
N
N
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HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS AND FAULT CONDITIONS
P
13.1
Specific HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS
P
13.1.1
None of HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS in 13.1.2-13.1.4,
inclusive, occurred when SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
applied, one at a time, as in 4.7 and 13.2
13.1.2
Emissions, deformation of ENCLOSURE or exceeding maximum temperature
P
– Emission of flames, molten metal, poisonous or
ignitable substance in hazardous quantities did
not occur
Not possible to occur such
HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS.
P
Not possible to occur such
P
– Deformation of ENCLOSURE impairing
compliance with 15.3.1 did not occur
HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS.
– Temperatures of APPLIED PARTS did not exceed
allowable values in Table 24 when measured as
in 11.1.3
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
and 11.1.2.2
P
– Temperatures of ME EQUIPMENT parts that are
not APPLIED PARTS likely to be touched did not
exceed values in Table 23 when measured and
adjusted as in 11.1.3
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
and 11.1.2.2
P
–Allowable values for “other components and
materials” in Table 22 times 1.5 minus 12.5 °C
were not exceeded
Limits for windings in Tables 26, 27, and 31 not
exceeded
P
No winding in the circuit.
N
Table 22 not exceeded in all other cases
P
Temperatures measured according to 11.1.3
P
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SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in 4.7, 8.1 b), 8.7.2, and
13.2.2 relative to emission of flames, molten
metal, or ignitable substances, not applied to
parts and components where:
P
– Supply circuit was unable to supply 15 W one
minute after 15 W drawn from supply circuit, or
N
– Parts and components completely contained
within a fire ENCLOSURE complying with 11.3 as
verified by examination of design documentation
See Appended table 8.10 and
related certification for fire
enclosure material.
P
After tests of this Clause, settings of THERMAL
CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES did not
No thermal cut-outs or overcurrent releases used.
N
– limits for LEAKAGE CURRENT in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION based on 8.7.3 did not exceed
See appended Tables 8.7.3A
through 8.7.3D
P
– voltage limits for ACCESSIBLE PARTS including
8.4.2 did not exceed
See Tables 8.7B, 8.7.3B, and
8.7.4.7.
P
13.1.4
ME EQUIPMENT complied with the requirements of
9.1 to 9.8 for specific MECHANICAL HAZARDS
See 9.1 to 9.8.
P
13. 2
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
13.2.1
During application of SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in
13.2.2 -13.2.13, inclusive, NORMAL CONDITIONS in
8.1 a) also applied in least favorable combination
See appended Table 13.2
P
13.2.2 –
13.2.12
ME EQUIPMENT complied with 13.2.2 -13.2.12
See appended Table 13.2
P
13.2.13
ME EQUIPMENT remained safe after tests of
13.2.13.2 to 13.2.13.4 (inclusive), and cooling
down to room temperature
See 13.2.13.2 to 13.2.13.4.
N
change sufficiently to affect their safety function
13.1.3
APPLIED PARTS in
13.2.13.2
P
ME EQUIPMENT examined for compliance or
appropriate tests such as dielectric strength of
motor insulation according to 8.8.3 conducted
N
For insulation of thermoplastic materials relied
upon as a MEANS OF PROTECTION (see 8.8), the ballpressure test specified in 8.8.4.1 a) performed at a
temperature 25 °C higher than temperature of
insulation measured during tests of 13.2.13.2 to
13.2.13.4 (inclusive).
N
ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements
N
a 1) thermostatically controlled ME EQUIPMENT with No heating elements.
heating elements for building-in, or for unattended
operation, or with a capacitor not protected by a
fuse connected in parallel with THERMOSTAT
contacts met tests of 13.2.13.2 b) & 13.2.13.2 c)
N
a 2) ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements RATED
for non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION met tests of
13.2.13.2 b) and 13.2.13.2 c)
N
a 3) other ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements
met test of 13.2.13.2 b)
N
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When more than one test was applicable to same
ME EQUIPMENT, tests performed consecutively
N
Heating period stopped when a heating element
or an intentionally weak part of a non-SELFRESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT ruptured, or current
interrupted before THERMAL STABILITY without
possibility of automatic restoration
N
Test repeated on a second sample when
interruption was due to rupture of a heating
element or an intentionally weak part
N
Both samples met 13.1.2, and open circuiting of a
heating element or an intentionally weak part in
second sample not considered a failure by itself
N
b) ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements tested per
11.1without adequate heat discharge, and supply
voltage set at 90 or 110 % of RATED supply
voltage, least favorable of the two (V) ................. :
N
Operating period stopped when a non-SELFor current
interrupted without possibility of automatic
restoration before THERMAL STABILITY
N
ME EQUIPMENT switched off as soon as THERMAL
STABILITY established and allowed to cool to room
N
RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT operated,
temperature when current not interrupted
Test duration was equal to RATED operating time
for non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION
N
c) Heating parts of ME EQUIPMENT tested with ME
EQUIPMENT operated in NORMAL CONDITION at
110 % of RATED supply voltage and as in 11.1,
N
and
1) Controls limiting temperature in NORMAL
disabled, except THERMAL CUT-OUTS
N
2) When more than one control provided, they
were disabled in turn
N
3) ME EQUIPMENT operated at RATED DUTY CYCLE
until THERMAL STABILITY achieved, regardless of
RATED operating time
N
ME EQUIPMENT with motors
P
P
CONDITION
13.2.13.3
a 1) For the motor part of the ME EQUIPMENT,
compliance checked by tests of 13.2.8- 13.2.10,
13.2.13.3 b), 13.2.13.3 c), and 13.2.13.4, as
applicable
P
To determine compliance with 13.2.9 and 13.2.10
motors in circuits running at 42.4 V peak a.c./ 60
V d.c. or less are covered with a single layer of
cheesecloth which did not ignite during the test
a 2) Tests on ME EQUIPMENT containing heating
parts conducted at prescribed voltage with motor
and heating parts operated simultaneously to
produce the least favorable condition
No heating parts.
N
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a 3) Tests performed consecutively when more
tests were applicable to the same ME EQUIPMENT
N
b) Motor met running overload protection test of
this clause when:
N
1) it is intended to be remotely or automatically
controlled by a single control device with no
redundant protection, or
Not such motor. The NIBP
measurement (Motor) was
controlled by manual.
N
2) it is likely to be subjected to CONTINUOUS
unattended
continuous operation with
attended
N
OPERATION while
Motor winding temperature determined during
each steady period and maximum value did not
exceed Table 27 (Insulation Class, Maximum
temperature measured °C) .................................. :
N
Motor removed from ME EQUIPMENT and tested
separately when load could not be changed in
appropriate steps
N
Running overload test for motors operating at
42.4 V peak a.c./60 V d.c. or less performed only
when examination and review of design indicated
possibility of an overload
N
Test not conducted where electronic drive circuits
maintained a substantially constant drive current
N
Test not conducted based on other justifications
(justification) ......................................................... :
N
c) ME EQUIPMENT with 3-phase motors operated
with normal load, connected to a 3-phase SUPPLY
MAINS with one phase disconnected, and periods
of operation per 13.2.10
13.2.13.4
Result - Remark
No 3-phase motor.
N
ME EQUIPMENT RATED for NON-CONTINUOUS OPERATION
N
ME EQUIPMENT other than HAND-HELD EQUIPMENT,
EQUIPMENT kept switched on manually or kept
N
continuous operation
under load by hand, and with a timer and a backup timer system, operated under normal load and
at RATED voltage or at upper limit of RATED voltage
range until increase in temperature was ≤ 5 °C in
one hour, or a protective device operated
When a load-reducing device operated in NORMAL
test continued with ME EQUIPMENT running
idle
N
Motor winding temperatures did not exceed
values in 13.2.10 (Insulation Class, Maximum
temperature measured °C) .................................. :
N
14
PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRICAL MEDICAL SYSTEMS (PEMS)
P
14.1
Requirements of this clause not applied to PESS
when it provided no BASIC SAFETY or ESSENTIAL
PERFORMANCE; or
N
USE,
These requirements of clause
14 applied to this device.
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when application of ISO 14971 showed that
See Risk management report
failure of PESS does not lead to unacceptable RISK and Software documents
provide by manufacture for
ISO 14971 information
P
Every PROCESS has been followed throughout the
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE and a RECORD of
PROCESS has been made available as confirmed
by examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE and
assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
See Internal audit report
provided by the manufacture.
N
MANUFACTURER considered the need for additional
RISK CONTROL measures when unable to follow all
PROCESSES identified in Clause 14 for each
constituent component of PEMS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE and
assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
See Risk management report
and Internal audit report
provided by the manufacture.
N
Assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
made by internal audits
See Internal audits report
provided by the manufacture.
N
Documents produced from application of Clause
14 have been maintained and form a part of RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE in addition to RECORDS and
documents required by ISO 14971
See Risk management files
and the software documents
provided by the manufacture.
P
Documents required by Clause 14 reviewed,
See Internal audits report
approved, issued and changed in accordance with provided by the manufacture.
a formal document control PROCEDURE
N
14.3
RISK MANAGEMENT plan required by 3.5 of ISO
See Risk management plan
14971 includes reference to PEMS VALIDATION plan provided by the manufacture.
P
14.4
A PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE including a set of See Software development
defined milestones has been documented
plan & Software Validation
Report provided by the
manufacture.
N
At each milestone, activities to be completed, and
to be applied to activities
have been defined
N
Each activity including its inputs and outputs
defined, and each milestone identifies RISK
MANAGEMENT activities that must be completed
before that milestone
N
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE tailored for a
specific development by making plans detailing
activities, milestones, and schedules
N
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE includes
documentation requirements
N
14.2
VERIFICATION methods
14.5
A documented system for problem resolution
within and between all phases and activities of
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE has been
developed and maintained where appropriate
See the Chapter II Device
Hazard Analysis in the
software validation Report.
P
Problem resolution system meets the prescribed
criteria depending on type of product:
P
– it is documented as a part of PEMS DEVELOPMENT
P
LIFE-CYCLE
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PERFORMANCE
– it includes an assessment of each problem for
associated RISKS
P
– it identifies criteria that must be met for the
issue to be closed
P
– it identifies the action to be taken to resolve
each problem
P
14.6
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
P
14.6.1
MANUFACTURER considered HAZARDS associated
with software and hardware aspects of PEMS
including NETWORK/DATA COUPLING, components of
third-party origin and legacy subsystems when
compiling list of known or foreseeable HAZARDS
N
In addition to the material in ISO 14971, Annex D, See Section safety
list of possible sources for HAZARDS associated
characteristics identification
with PEMS includes specified causes
and Risk analysis and control
in Risk management report.
P
– failure of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING to provide
characteristics necessary for PEMS to achieve its
BASIC SAFETY or ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
Not including network/data
coupling
N
– undesired feedback [physical and data]
(possibilities include: unsolicited input, out of
range or inconsistent input, and input originating
from electromagnetic interference)
No signal input or output.
N
– unavailable data
See the software validation
Report.
P
– lack of integrity of data
See the software validation
Report.
P
– incorrect data
See the software validation
Report.
P
– incorrect timing of data
See the software validation
Report.
P
– unintended interactions within and among PESS
See the software validation
Report.
P
– unknown aspects or quality of third-party
software
N
– unknown aspects or quality of third-party PESS
N
– lack of data security, particularly vulnerability to
tampering, unintended interaction with other
programs and viruses
14.6.2
Suitably validated tools and PROCEDURES assuring
each RISK CONTROL measure reduces identified
RISK(S) satisfactorily provided in addition to PEMS
requirements in Clause 6.1 of ISO 14971
Not including NETWORK/DATA
N
COUPLING
P
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14.7
There is a documented requirement specification
for PEMS and each of its subsystems (e.g. for a
PESS) which includes ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
and RISK CONTROL measures implemented by that
system or subsystem
See Software requirements
specification and Device
Hazard Analysis in Software
validation Report.
P
14.8
An architecture satisfying the requirement is
specified for PEMS and each of its subsystems
See Software architecture
specifications in Software
validation Report.
See
Software architecture
The architecture specification makes use of
specifications
and Device
considers the specified items to reduce RISK to an
Hazard
Analysis
in Software
acceptable level, where appropriate:
validation Report.
And also see the software
related risk management in
Risk management report.
P
P
a) COMPONENTS WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
CHARACTERISTICS
P
b) fail-safe functions
P
c) redundancy
P
d) diversity;
Not appropriate.
P
e) partitioning of functionality
P
f) defensive design potentially limiting hazardous
effects by restricting available output power or by
introducing means to limit travel of actuators
P
g) allocation of RISK CONTROL measures to
subsystems and components of PEMS
P
h) failure modes of components and their effects;
P
i) common cause failures
P
j) systematic failures
P
k) test interval duration and diagnostic coverage
P
l) maintainability
P
m) protection from reasonably foreseeable misuse
P
n) NETWORK/DATA COUPLING specification, when
applicable
Not including NETWORK/DATA
N
COUPLING.
14.9
Design is broken up into subsystems, each with a See Software design
design and test specification where appropriate,
requirements specification in
and descriptive data on design environment
Software Validation Report;
included in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
14.10
A VERIFICATION plan containing the specified
information used to verify and document functions
implementing BASIC SAFETY, ESSENTIAL
PERFORMANCE, or RISK CONTROL measures:
P
– milestone(s) when VERIFICATION is to be
performed for each function
See Traceability Analysis,
Debugging Flow Chart, and
Software development SOP in
Software Validation Report;
And see Risk management
Plan in Risk Management
Report.
P
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– selection and documentation of VERIFICATION
strategies, activities, techniques, and appropriate
level of independence of the personnel performing
the VERIFICATION
P
– selection and utilization of VERIFICATION tools
P
– coverage criteria for VERIFICATION
14.11
Verdict
A PEMS VALIDATION plan containing validation of
BASIC SAFETY and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE and
requiring checks for unintended functioning of
PEMS used to perform and document PEMS
VALIDATION
P
See Risk management Plan in
Risk Management Report, and
See Debugging Flow Chart
and Certification and
Verification records in
Software Validation Report.
P
The person with overall responsibility for PEMS
See the information about the
independent of design team, and no person with overall
member of a design team can be responsible for responsibility for PEMS
VALIDATION in related
PEMS VALIDATION of their own design
management procedure.
N
All professional relationships of members of PEMS
VALIDATION team with members of design team
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE referencing
methods and results of PEMS VALIDATION
P
VALIDATION is
14.12
This Clause applied when any or all of the design
was result of a modification of an earlier design
See Software revision record
in Software Validation Report;
Continued validity of previous design
documentation assessed under a documented
modification/change PROCEDURE
14.13
Technical description includes the following
information when PEMS is intended to be
connected to other equipment outside control of
PEMS MANUFACTURER by NETWORK/DATA COUPLING:
P
P
Not intended to be connected
to other equipment outside
control of PEMS MANUFACTURER
by NETWORK/DATA COUPLING.
N
a) characteristics of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
necessary for PEMS to achieve its INTENDED USE
N
b) list of HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS resulting from a
failure of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING to provide the
specified characteristics
N
c) instructions to RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION
containing following information and warnings:
N
– connection of PEMS to a NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING that includes other equipment could
result in previously unidentified RISKS to PATIENTS,
or OPERATORS and RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION
should identify, analyze, and control such RISKS
N
– subsequent changes to NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING introducing new RISKS and requiring
new analysis; and changes to NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING include:
N
– changes in NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
configuration
N
– connection of additional items to NETWORK/DATA
N
COUPLING
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– disconnecting items from NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING
N
– update of equipment connected to
NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
– upgrade of equipment connected to
NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
N
15
CONSTRUCTION OF ME EQUIPMENT
P
15.1
RISKS associated with arrangement of controls
See Risk management report
and indicators of ME EQUIPMENT addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS, as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
15.2
Parts of ME EQUIPMENT subject to mechanical
No such part.
wear, electrical, and environmental degradation or
ageing resulting in unacceptable RISK when
unchecked for a long period, are accessible for
inspection, replacement, and maintenance
N
Inspection, servicing, replacement, and
adjustment of parts of ME EQUIPMENT can easily be
done without damage to or interference with
adjacent parts or wiring
N
15.3
Mechanical strength
P
15.3.1
Mold stress relief, push, impact, drop, and rough
handling tests did not result in unacceptable RISK
and ME EQUIPMENT displayed adequate
mechanical strength
P
15.3.2
Push test conducted by subjecting external parts
of ENCLOSURE to a steady force of 250 N ± 10 N
for 5 s applied to a circular plane surface 30 mm
in diameter, except bottom of ENCLOSURE of an ME
EQUIPMENT >18 kg, using a suitable test tool
P
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of RISK
No damage.
P
hand-held me equipment.
N
Test not applied to flat panel displays, platen
glass of ME EQUIPMENT, or cathode ray tubes
Not applied to LCD.
N
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as shown in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No damage.
N
MANAGEMENT FILE
15.3.3
Impact test conducted by subjecting a complete
ENCLOSURE or its largest non-reinforced area,
except for HAND-HELD ME EQUIPMENT and parts,
to
a free falling 500 g ± 25 g solid smooth steel ball,
approx. 50 mm in diameter from a height of 1.3 m
15.3.4
Drop test
P
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Each sample of HAND-HELD ME EQUIPMENT and
with SAFE WORKING LOAD allowed
to fall freely once from each of 3 different
positions as in NORMAL USE from height specified
in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, or from 1 m onto a
50 mm ± 5 mm thick hardwood board
(hardwood > 600 kg/m3) lying flat on a concrete
or rigid base
hand-held me equipment
Verdict
P
HAND-HELD part
15.3.4.2
No unacceptable RISK resulted
P
Each sample of PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT and
hand-held me equipment
with SAFE WORKING LOAD lifted to a
height as in Table 29 above a 50 mm ± 5 mm
thick hardwood board at least the size of sample
lying flat on a concrete floor or rigid base, dropped
3 times from each orientation in NORMAL USE
N
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of
sample and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Each sample of MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT and MOBILE Not mobile me equipment, and
part with SAFE WORKING LOAD and in most adverse no mobile part
condition in NORMAL USE passed specified tests:
N
a) Ascending step shock test conducted on the
sample by pushing it 3 times in its normal
direction of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s against an
ascending hardwood step obstruction attached to
a floor without the sample going over obstruction
N
b) Descending step shock test conducted on the
sample by pushing it 3 times in its normal
direction of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s in order to
fall over a vertical step affixed flat on a rigid base
with direction of movement perpendicular to face
of descending step until full descent was achieved
N
c) Door frame shock test conducted on the
sample by moving it 3 times in its normal direction
of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s, or for motor driven
EQUIPMENT, at maximum possible speed against a
hardwood vertical obstacle higher than EQUIPMENT
contact point(s) affixed to a vertical rigid support
with movement perpendicular to face of obstacle
N
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of
sample and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
When appropriate, review of available data and
The material of had been
examination of ENCLOSURE constructed from
approved.
molded or formed thermoplastic material indicated
See appended table 8.10.
shrinkage or distortion of material due to release
of internal stresses caused by molding or forming
operations will not result in an unacceptable RISK
P
PORTABLE part
15.3.5
15.3.6
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Mould stress relief test conducted in the absence
of data by placing one sample of complete ME
EQUIPMENT, ENCLOSURE and framework, or for
large EQUIPMENT, a portion of ENCLOSURE, in a
circulating air oven at 10 °C over than max
temperature measured on ENCLOSURE in 11.1.3,
but no less than 70 °C, for 7 h
N
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
N
INTENDED USE, EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE, and
conditions for transport and storage were taken
into consideration for selection and treatment of
materials used in construction of ME EQUIPMENT
P
Based on review of EQUIPMENT, ACCOMPANYING
specifications and processing of
materials, and MANUFACTURER’S relevant tests or
calculations, corrosion, ageing, mechanical wear,
degradation of biological materials due to
bacteria, plants, animals and the like, will not
result in an unacceptable RISK
DOCUMENTS,
See Environmental
requirement in User manual,
and see the approved material
information in the appended
table 8.10.
P
15.4
ME EQUIPMENT components and general assembly
P
15.4.1
Incorrect connection of accessible connectors,
removable without a TOOL, prevented where an
unacceptable RISK exists, in particular:
P
a) Plugs for connection of PATIENT leads cannot
be connected to other outlets on same ME
EQUIPMENT intended for other functions, except
when RISK MANAGEMENT FILE provides proof that
no unacceptable RISK could result
Only one plugs for connection
of patient leads (NIBP cuff
connection)
N
b) Medical gas connections on ME EQUIPMENT for
different gases to be operated in NORMAL USE are
not interchangeable as verified by review of RISK
No Medical gas used.
N
MANAGEMENT FILE
15.4.2
Temperature and overload control devices
15.4.2.1
a) THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT
RELEASES with automatic resetting not used in ME
EQUIPMENT when their use could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION by resetting action as
verified by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
No Thermal cut-outs and overcurrent releases used.
N
b) THERMAL CUT-OUTS with a safety function to be
reset by a soldering operation affecting operating
value not fitted in ME EQUIPMENT as verified by
examination of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
c) An independent non-SELF-RESETTING THERMAL
CUT-OUT is, additionally, provided where a failure
of a THERMOSTAT could constitute a HAZARD as
verified by examination of design and RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE
N
d) Based on design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
review, loss of function of ME EQUIPMENT due to
operation of THERMAL CUT-OUT or OVER CURRENT
RELEASE doesn’t result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N
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not connected between contacts of THERMAL CUT-
Verdict
N
OUTS
f) Use of THERMAL CUT-OUTS or OVER-CURRENT
RELEASES do not affect safety of ME EQUIPMENT as
N
verified by following tests:
Positive temperature coefficient devices (PTC’s)
complied with IEC 60730-1: 1999, clauses 15, 17,
J.15, and J.17 as applicable
N
ME EQUIPMENT containing THERMAL CUT-OUTS and
OVER-CURRENT RELEASES operated under the
N
conditions of Clause 13
SELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVERCURRENT RELEASES including circuits performing
equivalent functions (other than PTC's) Certified in
accordance with appropriate IEC standards
N
In the absence of Certification in accordance with
IEC standards, SELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUTOUTS and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES including
circuits performing equivalent functions (other
than PTC's) operated 200 times
N
Manual reset THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVERCURRENT RELEASES Certified in accordance with
appropriate IEC standards
N
In the absence of certification per IEC standards,
or data from MANUFACTURER demonstrating
reliability of component to perform its safetyrelated function, manual reset THERMAL CUT-OUTS
and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES operated 10 times
N
Thermal protective devices tested separately from
me equipment when engineering judgment
indicated test results would not be impacted
N
g) Protective device, provided on ME EQUIPMENT
incorporating a fluid filled container with heating
means, operated when heater switched on with
container empty preventing occurrence of an
unacceptable RISK due to overheating
N
h) ME EQUIPMENT with tubular heating elements
provided with protection against overheating in
both leads where a conductive connection to
earth could result in overheating as verified by
examination of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
15.4.2.2
Temperature settings clearly indicated when
means provided to vary setting of THERMOSTATS
N
15.4.3
Batteries
P
15.4.3.1
Battery housings from which gases can escape
during charging or discharging likely to result in a
HAZARD ventilated to minimize RISK of
accumulation and ignition as verified by
examination of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Risk Management Report.
P
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Battery compartments prevent accidental short
circuiting of battery when this could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION as verified by examination
of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
15.4.3.2
Means provided to prevent incorrect connection of
polarity when a HAZARDOUS SITUATION may
develop by incorrect connection or replacement of
a battery
P
15.4.3.3
Overcharging of battery prevented by virtue of
design when it could result in an unacceptable
RISK as verified by review of design
No chargeable battery used.
N
15.4.3.4
Lithium batteries that could become a HAZARD
complied with appropriate tests of IEC 60086-4
No Lithium batteries used.
N
Tests of IEC 60086-4 waived on the lithium
battery based on examination of design
15.4.3.5
A properly RATED protective device provided within
INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE to protect
N
Not such risk that can result in
a fire.
N
against fire caused by excessive currents when in
case of a short circuit cross-sectional area and
layout of internal wiring or rating of connected
components can result in a fire
15.4.4
Protective device has adequate breaking capacity
to interrupt the maximum fault current
N
Justification for OVER-CURRENT RELEASES or FUSE
exclusion is included in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N
Indicator lights provided to indicate ME EQUIPMENT
is ready for NORMAL USE, except when apparent to
OPERATOR from normal operating position, and
marking of 7.4.1 are insufficient for this purpose
The apparent to operator from
normal operating position and
marking of 7.4.1 are
insufficient for this purpose.
N
An additional indicator light provided on ME
a stand-by state or a warm-up
state exceeding 15 s, except when apparent to
OPERATOR from normal operating position
No stand-by state or warm-up
requirements.
N
Indicator lights provided on ME EQUIPMENT
incorporating non-luminous heaters to indicate
heaters are operational when a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION could exist, except when apparent to
OPERATOR from normal operating position
No non-luminous heaters
used.
N
EQUIPMENT with
Requirement not applied to heated stylus-pens for No heated stylus-pens.
recording purposes
N
Indicator lights provided on ME EQUIPMENT to
indicate an output exists where an accidental or
prolonged operation of output circuit could
constitute a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N
No such risk.
Colors of indicator lights complied with 7.8.1
Charging mode visibly indicated in ME EQUIPMENT
incorporating a means for charging an INTERNAL
ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE
N
No chargeable battery used.
N
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RISKS associated with pre-set controls addressed
in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS when applicable as
verified by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No such pre-set control used.
15.4.6
Actuating parts of controls of ME EQUIPMENT
P
15.4.6.1
a) Actuating parts cannot be pulled off or
loosened up during NORMAL USE
P
15.4.6.2
Verdict
N
b) Indication of scales (e.g., “on” “off” positions,
etc.) always corresponds to position of controls
with adjustment that can result in a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION for PATIENT or OPERATOR while ME
EQUIPMENT is in use
No such control.
N
c) Incorrect connection of indicating device to
relevant component prevented by adequate
construction when it could be separated without
use of a TOOL
Can not be separated without
use of a tool.
N
When torque values in Table 30 applied between
control knob and shaft of rotating controls for not
less than 2 s, 10 times in each direction, knobs
did not rotate with respect to shaft
N
Tests conducted by applying an axial force of 60
N for electrical components and 100 N for other
components for 1 min when an axial pull was
required in NORMAL USE with no unacceptable RISK
N
Stops of adequate mechanical strength provided
on rotating or movable parts of controls of ME
EQUIPMENT where necessary to prevent an
unexpected change from maximum to minimum,
or vice-versa, of the controlled parameter when
this could cause a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
Not such rotating or movable
parts of controls of me
equipment.
N
Torque values in Table 30 applied 10 times in
each direction to rotating controls for minimum 2 s
N
Application of an axial force of 60 N for electrical
components and 100 N for other components to
rotating or movable parts of controls for 1 min
when an axial pull was required in NORMAL USE
N
15.4.7
Cord-connected HAND-HELD and foot-operated control devices
N
15.4.7.1
a) HAND-HELD control devices of ME EQUIPMENT
complied with 15.3.4.1
N
15.4.7.2
No Cord-connected hand-held
or foot-operated control
devices
b) Foot-operated control device supported an
actuating force of 1350 N (i.e., weight of an adult
human being) for 1 min applied over an area of 30
mm diameter in its position of NORMAL USE with no
damage to device causing an unacceptable RISK
N
Control device of HAND-HELD and foot-operated
control devices turned in all possible abnormal
positions and placed on a flat surface
N
No unacceptable RISK caused by changing control
setting when accidentally placed in an abnormal
position
N
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a) Foot-operated control device is at least IPX1
and complies with tests of IEC 60529 (IP Code) . :
N
b) ENCLOSURE of foot operated control devices
containing electrical circuits is at least IPX6 and
complies with IEC 60529 if in NORMAL USE liquids
are likely to be found (IP Code) ........................... :
N
Probability of occurrence estimated as part of RISK
N
MANAGEMENT PROCESS
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, design, and RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE examined to confirm compliance
N
15.4.8
Aluminium wires less than 16 mm2 in crosssectional area not used
No aluminium wires used.
N
15.4.9
a) Oil container in PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT allows
for expansion of oil and is adequately sealed to
prevent loss of oil in any position
No Oil container used.
N
b) Oil containers in MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT sealed to
prevent loss of oil during transport
N
A pressure-release device operating during
optionally, provided
N
c) Partially sealed oil-filled ME EQUIPMENT and its
parts provided with means for checking the oil
level to detect leakage
N
ME EQUIPMENT and technical description
examined, and manual tests conducted to confirm
compliance with above requirements
N
15.5
MAINS SUPPLY TRANSFORMERS OF ME EQUIPMENT and transformers providing
separation in accordance with 8.5
N
15.5.1
Overheating
N
15.5.1.1
Transformers of ME EQUIPMENT are protected
against overheating in the event of short circuit or
overload of output windings and comply with this
Clause and tests of 15.5.1.2 and 15.5.1.3
NORMAL USE is,
No Mains supply transformers
of me equipment and
transformers providing
separation in accordance with
8.5.
N
During tests, windings did’t open, no HAZARDOUS
and maximum temperatures
of windings did not exceed values in Table 31
N
Dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 conducted on
transformer after short circuit and overload tests
N
Transformer output winding short circuited, and
test continued until protective device operated or
THERMAL STABILITY achieved
N
Short circuit applied directly across output
windings for transformers not tested according to
5X frequency and 5X voltage test of 15.5.2
N
Multiple overload tests conducted on windings
with more than one protective device to evaluate
worst-case NORMAL USE loading and protection
N
SITUATION occurred,
15.5.1.2
15.5.1.3
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Transformer windings provided with adequate
insulation to prevent internal short-circuits that
could cause overheating which could result in a
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N
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
Dielectric strength tests were conducted in
accordance with requirements of this Subclause
with no breakdown of insulation system and no
detectable deterioration of transformer
N
a) For RATED voltage ≤ 500 V or RATED frequency ≤
60 Hz, test voltage = 5 times RATED voltage or 5
times upper limit of RATED voltage range of that
winding and a frequency ≥ 5 times RATED
frequency (RATED frequency is the normal
operating frequency of transformer input voltage)
N
b) For rated voltage > 500 V or RATED frequency >
60 Hz = twice RATED voltage or twice the upper limit
of RATED voltage range of that winding and a
frequency ≥ twice RATED frequency
N
Test voltage at winding with highest RATED voltage
did not exceed test voltage in Table 6 for one
MEANS OF PROTECTION, when RATED voltage of such
a winding was considered as WORKING VOLTAGE
N
When above occurred, test voltage on primary
winding reduced accordingly, and test frequency
adapted to produce in the core approximately
magnetic induction present in NORMAL USE
N
– 3-phase transformers tested using a 3-phase
testing device or by 3 consecutive tests using a
single-phase testing device
N
– Value of test voltage with respect to core and to
any screen between primary and secondary
windings was based on specification of relevant
transformer
N
Connection point for neutral of SUPPLY MAINS on
primary winding connected to core and screen
when provided, except when core and screen are
for connection to an unearthed part of circuit
N
Connections to core omitted where core of
transformer was isolated from all external
conductive connections
N
Core and screen connected to a source with an
appropriate voltage and frequency with respect to
neutral connection point
N
In the absence of a neutral connection point, each
side of primary winding in turn connected to core
and screen when provided, except when core and
screen specified for connection to an unearthed
part of circuit
N
Core and screen connected to a source with an
appropriate voltage and frequency with respect to
each side of primary winding in turn
N
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– All windings not intended for connection to
open, and common earth
connection point of windings or a point nearly at
earth potential connected to core, except when
core is for connection to an unearthed circuit part
N
Core connected to a source with an appropriate
voltage and frequency with respect to windings
N
– Initially, no more than half prescribed voltage
applied and raised over 10 s to full value,
maintained for 1 min, and then reduced gradually
and switched off
N
– Tests not conducted at resonant frequencies
N
Slight corona discharges neglected, provided they
ceased when test voltage temporarily dropped to a
lower value higher than WORKING VOLTAGE and
discharges did not provoke a drop in test voltage
N
15.5.3
Transformers forming MEANS OF PROTECTION as
required by 8.5 comply with IEC 61558-1:1997,
Clause 5.12
N
16
ME SYSTEMS
16.1
ME SYSTEM did not result in an unacceptable RISK
after installation or subsequent modification
N
N
SUPPLY MAINS left
Not Me system.
Only HAZARDS arising from combining various
equipment to form a ME SYSTEM taken into account
N
– ME SYSTEM provides the level of safety within the
PATIENT ENVIRONMENT equivalent to ME EQUIPMENT
complying with this standard
N
– ME SYSTEM provides the level of safety outside
PATIENT ENVIRONMENT equivalent to equipment
complying with their respective IEC or ISO safety
standards
N
– tests performed in NORMAL CONDITION, except as
specified
N
– tests performed under operating conditions
specified by MANUFACTURER of ME SYSTEM
N
Safety tests previously conducted on individual
equipment of ME SYSTEM according to relevant
standards not repeated
N
RISK MANAGEMENT methods, optionally, used by
MANUFACTURER of an ME SYSTEM reconfigurable by
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION or OPERATOR to
determine configurations with highest RISKS and
measures needed to ensure ME SYSTEM will not
present an unacceptable RISK in any configuration
N
Non-ME EQUIPMENT used in ME SYSTEM complied
with applicable IEC or ISO safety standards
N
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protection against electric shock not used in ME
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N
SYSTEM
16.2
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS of an ME SYSTEM
Documents containing all data necessary for ME
be used as intended by MANUFACTURER
including a contact address accompany ME
SYSTEM or modified ME SYSTEM
N
N
SYSTEM to
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS regarded as a part of
N
ME SYSTEM
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS are, optionally,
provided in electronic format (e.g. electronic file
format or CD ROM) and ME SYSTEM is capable of
displaying or printing these documents
N
a) ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided for each
item of ME EQUIPMENT supplied by MANUFACTURER
N
b) ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided for each
item of non-ME EQUIPMENT supplied by
N
MANUFACTURER
c) the required information is provided:
N
– specifications, instructions for use as intended
by MANUFACTURER, and a list of all items forming
the ME SYSTEM
N
– instructions for installation, assembly, and
modification of ME SYSTEM to ensure continued
compliance with this standard
N
– instructions for cleaning and, when applicable,
disinfecting and sterilizing each item of equipment
or equipment part forming part of the ME SYSTEM
N
– additional safety measures to be applied during
installation of ME SYSTEM
N
– identification of parts of ME SYSTEM suitable for
use within the PATIENT ENVIRONMENT
N
– additional measures to be applied during
preventive maintenance
N
– a warning forbidding placement of MULTIPLE
SOCKET-OUTLET, when provided and it is a
separate item, on the floor
N
– a warning indicating an additional MULTIPLE
cord not to be
N
– a warning to connect only items that have been
specified as part of ME SYSTEM or specified as
being compatible with ME SYSTEM
N
– maximum permissible load for any MULTIPLE
with ME SYSTEM
N
SOCKET-OUTLET or extension
connected to ME SYSTEM
SOCKET-OUTLET(S) used
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– instructions indicating MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS
provided with the ME SYSTEM to be used only for
supplying power to equipment intended to form
part of ME SYSTEM
N
– an explanation indicating RISKS of connecting
non-ME EQUIPMENT supplied as a part of ME
SYSTEM directly to wall outlet when non-ME
EQUIPMENT is intended to be supplied via a
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET with a separating
transformer
N
– an explanation indicating RISKS of connecting
any equipment supplied as a part of ME SYSTEM to
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET
N
– permissible environmental conditions of use for
conditions for transport and
storage
N
– instructions to OPERATOR not to, simultaneously,
touch parts referred to in 16.4 and PATIENT
N
d) the following instructions provided for use by
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION:
N
– adjustment, cleaning, sterilization, and
disinfection PROCEDURES
N
– assembly of ME SYSTEMS and modifications
during actual service life shall be evaluated based
on the requirements of this standard
N
16.3
Instructions for use of ME EQUIPMENT intended to
receive its power from other equipment in an ME
SYSTEM, sufficiently, describe the other equipment
to ensure compliance with these requirements
N
16.4
Parts of non-ME EQUIPMENT in PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT subject to contact by OPERATOR
N
ME SYSTEM including
during maintenance, calibration, etc., after
removal of covers, connectors, etc., without use of
a TOOL operated at a voltage ≤ voltage in 8.4.2 c)
supplied from a source separated from SUPPLY
MAINS by two MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
16.5
16.6
Safety measures incorporating a SEPARATION
DEVICE applied when FUNCTIONAL CONNECTION
between ME EQUIPMENT and other items of an ME
SYSTEM or other systems can cause allowable
values of LEAKAGE CURRENT to exceed
N
SEPARATION DEVICE has dielectric strength,
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES required for one
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION appropriate for
highest voltage occurring across SEPARATION
DEVICE during a fault condition
N
WORKING VOLTAGE was highest voltage across
SEPARATION DEVICE during a fault condition, but not
less than MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE (V) ................. :
N
LEAKAGE CURRENTS
N
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16.6.1
TOUCH CURRENT in NORMAL CONDITION, from or
between parts of ME SYSTEM within the PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT, did not exceed 100 μA
N
TOUCH CURRENT did not exceed 500 μA in event of
interruption of any non-PERMANENTLY INSTALLED
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR, from or between
parts of ME SYSTEM within PATIENT ENVIRONMENT
N
16.6.2
Current in PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR of
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET did not exceed 5 mA .... :
N
16.6.3
PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT and total PATIENT
LEAKAGE CURRENT of ME SYSTEM in NORMAL
CONDITION did not exceed values specified for ME
EQUIPMENT in Tables 3 and 4
N
Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT, optionally,
measured at installation
N
Measurements made using a device as in 8.7.4.4
N
16.6.4
Measurements
N
16.6.4.1
a) TOUCH CURRENT, PATIENT and total EARTH
LEAKAGE CURRENTS of MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET
measured after ME SYSTEM reached operating
temperature as follows:
N
– ME SYSTEMS intended for non-CONTINUOUS
OPERATION operated in standby/quiescent mode
until THERMAL STABILITY, and then ME SYSTEM
operated in NORMAL USE over consecutive cycles
at RATED “on”/“off” periods until THERMAL STABILITY
was again achieved, or for 7h, whichever shorter
N
– ME SYSTEMS intended for CONTINUOUS OPERATION
operated until THERMAL STABILITY
N
b) ME SYSTEM connected to a supply at highest
N
RATED MAINS VOLTAGE
16.6.4.2
ME SYSTEM connected to local SUPPLY MAINS prior
to its clinical use when characteristics of SYSTEM
could only be measured properly after installation
at RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION
N
Number of tests reduced where examination of
circuit arrangement, components, and materials of
ME SYSTEM indicated no possibility of HAZARD
N
a) ME SYSTEM tested after assembly based on
N
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
16.7
b) The reference earth of measuring circuits
connected to protective earth of SUPPLY MAINS
when an isolating transformer not used for
LEAKAGE CURRENT measurements
N
ME SYSTEM complied with applicable requirements
of Clause 9 when a MECHANICAL HAZARD existed
N
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16.8
Interruption and restoration of relevant power
connections of ME SYSTEM one at a time and all
connections simultaneously did not result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION other than interruption of its
intended function
N
16.9
ME SYSTEM connections and wiring
16.9.1
Incorrect connection of accessible connectors,
removable without a TOOL, prevented where a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION could otherwise exist
N
N
– Connectors complied with Clause 15.4.1
N
– Plugs for connection of PATIENT leads could not
be connected to other outlets of the same ME
SYSTEM likely to be located in PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT, except when examination of
connectors and interchanging them proved no
HAZARDOUS SITUATION could result
N
16.9.2
MAINS PARTS, components and layout
N
16.9.2.1
a) – MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET only allows
connection using a TOOL, or
N
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is of a type that cannot
accept MAINS PLUGS of any of the kinds specified in
IEC/TR 60083, or
N
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is supplied via a
separating transformer
N
b) – MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET marked with safety
sign 2 of Table D.2 (i.e., safety sign ISO 7010W001) visible in NORMAL USE, and
N
– marked either individually or in combinations,
with the maximum allowed continuous output in
amperes or volt-amperes, or
N
– marked to indicate the equipment or equipment
parts it may safely be attached to
N
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is a separate item or an
integral part of ME EQUIPMENT or non-ME
N
EQUIPMENT
c) MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET complied with IEC
60884-1 and the following requirements:
N
– CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES complied with 8.9
N
– It is CLASS I, and PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
is connected to earthing contacts in socket-outlets
N
– PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINALS and PROTECTIVE
EARTH CONNECTIONS comply with 8.6, except total
impedance for ME SYSTEM was up to 400 mΩ, or
higher when conditions of 8.6.4 b) met (mΩ) ...... :
N
– ENCLOSURE complied with 8.4.2 d)
N
– MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES and wiring complied
with 8.11.4, when applicable
N
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– RATINGS of components are not in conflict with
conditions of use
N
– Electrical terminals and connectors of MULTIPLE
incorrect connection of
accessible connectors removable without a TOOL
N
– POWER SUPPLY CORD complied with 8.11.3
N
d) Additional requirements applied when MULTIPLE
SOCKET-OUTLET combined with a separating
transformer:
N
– Separating transformer complied with IEC
61558-2-1, except requirements of maximum
RATED output power of 1 kVA and degree of
protection IPX4 were not applied
N
– Separating transformer is CLASS I
N
– Degree of protection against ingress of water
specified as in IEC 60529
N
– Separating transformer assembly marked
according to 7.2 and 7.3
N
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET permanently
connected to separating transformer, or socketoutlet of separating transformer assembly cannot
accept MAINS PLUGS as identified in IEC/TR 60083
N
Removal of any single item of equipment in ME
not interrupt the protective earthing of
any other part of ME SYSTEM without simultaneous
disconnection of electrical supply to that part
N
Additional PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTORS can be
detachable only by a TOOL
N
16.9.2.3
Conductors connecting different items within an
ME SYSTEM protected against mechanical damage
N
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY OF ME EQUIPMENT AND ME
SYSTEMS
N
RISKS associated with items addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by review .... :
N
SOCKET-OUTLETS prevent
16.9.2.2
SYSTEM will
See EMC Test Report.
– electromagnetic phenomena at locations where
N
ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM is to be used as
stated in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS .................... :
– introduction of electromagnetic phenomena into
environment by ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM that
might degrade performance of other devices,
electrical equipment, and systems
N
G
ANNEX G, PROTECTION AGAINST HAZARDS OF IGNITION OF FLAMMABLE
ANESTHETIC MIXTURES
N
G.2
Locations and basic requirements
N
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Parts of CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT in which a
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR occurs
are CATEGORY AP or APG ME EQUIPMENT and
No Parts of category apg me
equipment
Verdict
N
complied with G.3, G.4, and G.5
G.2.2
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR occurring No Flammable anesthetic
due to a leakage or discharge of a FLAMMABLE
mixture used
ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or NITROUS
OXIDE from an ENCLOSURE considered 5 to 25 cm
from point of occurrence
N
G.2.3
A FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or
NITROUS OXIDE contained in a completely or partly
enclosed ME EQUIPMENT part and in PATIENT’S
respiratory tract 5 cm from an ENCLOSURE part
where leakage or discharge occurs
N
G.2.4
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof specified for use
with FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR (in a
location defined in G.2.2) are CATEGORY AP or APG
ME EQUIPMENT and complied with G.4 and G.5
N
G.2.5
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof for use with
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR
NITROUS OXIDE (location per G.2.2) are CATEGORY
APG ME EQUIPMENT and comply with G.4 and G.6
N
ME EQUIPMENT in G.2.3 to G.2.5 met appropriate
tests of G.3-G.5 conducted after tests of 11.6.6
and 11.6.7
N
G.3
Marking, ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
N
G.3.1
CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT marked on a
prominent location with a green-colored band ≥ 2
cm wide imprinted with characters “APG” according
to symbol 23 in Table D.1 (i.e., symbol IEC 604175332, DB: 2002-10) .............................................. :
N
Length of green-colored band is ≥ 4 cm, and size
of marking is as large as possible for particular
case
N
When above marking not possible, relevant
information included in instructions for use .......... :
N
Marking complied with tests and criteria of 7.1.2
and 7.1.3
N
CATEGORY AP ME EQUIPMENT marked on a
prominent location with a green-colored circle ≥ 2
cm in diameter, imprinted with characters “AP”
according to symbol 22 in Table D.1 (i.e., symbol
IEC 60417- 5331, DB: 2002-10) .......................... :
N
Marking is as large as possible for the particular
case
N
When above marking not possible, the relevant
information included in instructions for use .......... :
N
Marking complied with tests and criteria of 7.1.2
and 7.1.3
N
G.3.2
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The marking according to G.3.2 and G.3.3 placed
on major part of ME EQUIPMENT for CATEGORY AP or
APG parts, and not repeated on detachable parts
that can only be used with the marked EQUIPMENT
N
G.3.4
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS contain an indication
enabling the RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION to
distinguish between CATEGORY AP and APG parts
N
Marking clearly indicates which parts are
N
G.3.5
Result - Remark
Verdict
CATEGORY AP or APG when only certain ME
EQUIPMENT parts are CATEGORY AP or APG
G.4
Common requirements for CATEGORY AP and CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT
N
G.4.1
a) CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES between points of
POWER SUPPLY CORD connection are according to
Table 12 for one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
N
b) Connections, except those in circuits described
in G.5.3 and G.6.3, protected against accidental
disconnection in NORMAL USE or connection and
disconnection can be performed only with a TOOL
N
c) CATEGORY AP and APG not provided with a
DETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD, except when
N
circuit complied with G.5.3 and G.6.3
G.4.2
G.4.3
Construction details
N
a) Opening of an ENCLOSURE providing protection
against penetration of gases or vapors into ME
EQUIPMENT or its parts possible only with a TOOL
N
b) ENCLOSURE complies with requirements to
minimize arcing and sparking due to penetration
of foreign objects .................................................. :
N
– no openings on top covers of ENCLOSURE,
except for openings for controls covered by
control knobs
N
– openings in side-covers prevented penetration
of a solid cylindrical test rod of 4 mm in diameter
applied in all possible directions without
appreciable force
N
– openings in base plates prevented penetration
of a solid cylindrical test rod of 12 mm in diameter
applied in all directions without appreciable force
N
c) Short circuiting conductor(s) to a conductive
part without presence of explosive gasses where
insulation may contact a part containing a
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or
NITROUS OXIDE, ignitable gases alone, or oxygen,
did not result in loss of integrity of the part, an
unacceptable temperature, or other HAZARD
N
a) Electrostatic charges prevented on CATEGORY
a combination of
appropriate measures
N
– Use of antistatic materials with a limited
electrical resistance as specified in G.4.3 b) ........ :
N
AP and APG ME EQUIPMENT by
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– Provision of electrically conductive paths from
its parts to a conductive floor,
protective earth or potential equalization system,
or via wheels to an antistatic floor of medical room
N
b) Electrical resistance limits of anesthetic tubing,
mattresses and pads, castor tires, and other
antistatic material complied with ISO 2882 based
on measurements according to ISO 1853, ISO
2878 and ISO 23529............................................. :
N
G.4.4
Corona cannot be produced by components or
parts of ME EQUIPMENT operating at more than
2000 V a.c. or more than 2400 V d.c. and not
included in ENCLOSURES complying with G.5.4 or
G.5.5
N
G.5
Requirements and tests for CATEGORY AP ME EQUIPMENT, parts and components
thereof
N
G.5.1
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts or components do not
ignite FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURES WITH AIR
under NORMAL USE and CONDITIONS based on
compliance with G.5.2 to G.5.5 (inclusive)
N
ME EQUIPMENT or
Not category ap me
equipment
Alternatively, ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and
components complied with requirements of IEC
60079-0 for pressurized ENCLOSURES (IEC 600792); for sand-filled ENCLOSURES, IEC 60079-5; or for
oil immersed equipment, IEC 60079-6; and with
this standard excluding G.5.2 to G.5.5 ................. :
N
G.5.2
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components in
contact with gas mixtures in NORMAL USE and
CONDITIONS not producing sparks and not resulting
in surface temperatures above 150 °C in case of
restricted vertical air circulation by convection, or
200 °C in case of unrestricted vertical air
circulation measured at 25 °C comply with G.5.1 . :
N
G.5.3
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
producing sparks in NORMAL USE and CONDITION
complied with temperature requirements of G.5.2,
and Umax and Imax occurring in their circuits, and
complied as follows:
N
Measured Umax ≤ UzR with IzR as in Fig. G.1 ........ :
N
Measured Umax ≤ Uc with Cmax as in Fig. G.2 ....... :
N
Measured Imax ≤ IzR with UzR as in Fig G.1 .......... :
N
Measured Imax ≤ IzL with Lmax and a Umax ≤ 24 V as
in Fig G.3 ............................................................. :
N
– Combinations of currents and corresponding
voltages within the limitations IzR.UzR ≤ 50 W
extrapolated from Fig G.1
N
No extrapolation made for voltages above 42 V
N
– Combinations of capacitances and
corresponding voltages within limitations of C/2U2
≤ 1.2 mJ extrapolated from Fig G.2
N
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Result - Remark
Verdict
No extrapolation made for voltages above 242 V
N
Umax, additionally, determined using actual
resistance R when the equivalent resistance R
was less than 8000 Ω
N
– Combinations of currents and corresponding
inductances within limitations L/2I2 ≤ 0.3 mJ
extrapolated from Fig G.3
N
No extrapolation made for inductances larger than
900 mH
N
– Umax was the highest supply voltage occurring in
circuit under investigation with sparking contact
open, taking into consideration MAINS VOLTAGE
variations in 4.10
N
– Imax was the highest current flowing in circuit
under investigation with sparking contact closed,
taking into consideration MAINS VOLTAGE variations
required in 4.10
N
– Cmax and Lmax taken as values occurring at the
component under investigation producing sparks
N
– Peak value taken into account when a.c.
supplied
N
– An equivalent circuit calculated to determine
equivalent max capacitance, inductance, and
equivalent Umax and Imax, either as d.c. or a.c. peak
values in case of a complicated circuit ................. :
N
Temperature measurements made according to
11.1, and Umax, Imax, R, Lmax , and Cmax determined
together with application of Figs G.1-G.3 ............ :
N
Alternatively, compliance was verified by
examination of design data
N
External ventilation with internal overpressure
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
enclosed in an ENCLOSURE with external ventilation
by means of internal overpressure complied with
the following requirements:
N
a) FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURES WITH AIR that
might have penetrated into ENCLOSURE of ME
EQUIPMENT or part removed by ventilation before
EQUIPMENT energized, and penetration of such
mixtures during operation was prevented by
maintenance of overpressure by means of air
without flammable gases, or by physiologically
acceptable inert gas (e.g., nitrogen)
N
b) Overpressure inside ENCLOSURE was 75 Pa,
min., in NORMAL CONDITION (Pa) ........................... :
N
Overpressure maintained at the site of potential
ignition even when air or inert gas could escape
through openings in ENCLOSURE necessary for
normal operation of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
N
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ME EQUIPMENT could be energized only after the
required minimum overpressure was present long
enough to ventilate the ENCLOSURE so that the
displaced volume of air or inert gas was at least
five times the volume of ENCLOSURE
N
ME EQUIPMENT energized at will or repeatedly
when overpressure was continuously present
N
c) Ignition sources de-energized automatically by
means located in a place where G.4 does not
apply, or complied with G.5 when during operation
overpressure dropped below 50 Pa (Pa) ............. :
N
d) External surface of ENCLOSURE in which internal
overpressure was maintained did not exceed
150 °C in 25 °C ambient under NORMAL USE and
CONDITION (°C) ..................................................... :
N
ENCLOSURES with restricted breathing
N
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
enclosed in an ENCLOSURE with restricted
breathing complied with the following:
N
a) A FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR did
not form inside ENCLOSURE with restricted
breathing when it was surrounded by a FLAMMABLE
ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR of a high
concentration for at least 30 min without any
pressure difference inside ENCLOSURE
N
b) Gasket or sealing material used to maintain
tightness complied with aging test B-b of IEC
60068-2-2, Clause 15, at 70 °C ± 2 °C and 96 h .. :
N
c) Gas-tightness of ENCLOSURE containing inlets
for flexible cords maintained when the cords were
stressed by bending or pulling
N
Cords are fitted with adequate anchorages to limit
stresses
N
After the test in G.5.4 b), an internal overpressure
of 400 Pa was created and 30 pulls of the value in
Table G.1 applied to each flexible cord in axial
direction of cord inlet and in the least favorable
perpendicular direction for 1 s
N
Overpressure not reduced below 200 Pa
N
Tests waived when examination of ENCLOSURE
indicated it is completely sealed or gas-tight
without a doubt (100 % degree of certainty)
N
Operating temperature of external surface of
≤ 150 °C in 25 °C (°C) ............... :
N
Steady state operating temperature of ENCLOSURE
also measured (°C) .............................................. :
N
Requirements and tests for CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT, parts and components
thereof
N
ENCLOSURE was
G.6
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G.6.1
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components did not
ignite FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH
OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE under NORMAL USE and
Result - Remark
Verdict
N
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
G.6.2
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components not
complying with G.6.3 subjected to a CONTINUOUS
OPERATION test after attaining thermal steady state
(max. 3 h) over a period of 10 min in a 12.2 % ±
0.4 ether by volume/oxygen mixture
N
Parts and components of CATEGORY APG ME
EQUIPMENT operating in a FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC
MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE supplied
N
from a source isolated from earth by insulation
equal to at least one MEANS OF PATIENT
PROTECTION and from electrical parts by insulation
twice the MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION ............... :
G.6.3
Test of G.6.1 waived when the following
requirements were met in NORMAL USE and under
NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS .................. :
N
a) no sparks produced and temperatures did not
exceed 90 °C, or
N
b) a temperature limit of 90 °C not exceeded,
sparks produced in NORMAL USE, and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS, except Umax and Imax occurring in their
circuits complied with the requirements, taking
Cmax and Lmax into consideration:
N
Measured Umax ≤ UzR with IzR as in Fig. G.4 ....... :
N
Measured Umax ≤ UzC with Cmax as in Fig. G.5 ...... :
N
Measured Imax ≤ IzR with UzR as in Fig G.4 .......... :
N
Measured Imax ≤ IzL with Lmax and a Umax ≤ 24 V as
in Fig G.6 ............................................................ :
N
– Extrapolation from Figs G.4, G.5, and G.6 was
limited to areas indicated
N
– Umax was the highest no-load voltage occurring
in the circuit under investigation, taking into
consideration mains voltage variations as in 4.10
N
– Imax was the highest current flowing in the circuit
under investigation, taking into account MAINS
VOLTAGE variations as in 4.10
N
– Cmax and Lmax are values occurring in relevant
circuit
N
– Umax additionally determined with actual
resistance R when equivalent resistance R in Fig
G.5 was less than 8000 Ω
N
– Peak value taken into consideration when a.c.
supplied
N
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– An equivalent circuit calculated to determine
max capacitance, inductance, and Umax and Imax,
either as d.c. or a.c. peak values in case of a
complicated circuit ............................................... :
N
– When energy produced in an inductance or
capacitance in a circuit is limited by voltage
limiting or current-limiting devices preventing limits
of Figs G.4- G.6 from exceeding, two independent
components applied, to obtain the required
limitation even in case of a first fault (short or open
circuit) in one of these components
N
Above requirement not applied to transformers
complying with this standard
N
Above requirement not applied to wire-wound
current-limiting resistors provided with a protection
against unwinding of the wire in case of rupture
N
Compliance verified by examination of CATEGORY
parts, and components , or
N
Temperature measurements made in accordance
with 11.1, or
N
Umax, Imax, R, Lmax and Cmax determined together
with application of Figs G.4-G.6 .......................... :
N
Alternatively, compliance verified by comparison
with design data
N
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components heating
a FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR
NITROUS OXIDE provided with a non-SELFRESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT and complied with
15.4.2.1
N
Current-carrying part of heating element is not in
direct contact with FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE
N
APG ME EQUIPMENT,
G.6.4
WITH OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE
G.7
Test apparatus for flammable mixtures
N
Test apparatus used was in accordance with this
Clause and Fig G.7
N
L
ANNEX L, INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE WITHOUT INTERLEAVED
INSULATION
N
L.1
BASIC, SUPPLEMENTARY, DOUBLE, and REINFORCED
INSULATION in wound components without
N
No such insulated winding
wires used.
interleaved insulation complied with this Annex
covering round winding wires between 0.05 mm
and 5.00 mm diameters
L.2
Overlap of layers when wire is insulated with two
or more spirally wrapped layers of tape is
adequate to ensure continued overlap during
manufacture of wound component
N
Layers of spirally wrapped wire insulation are
sufficiently secured to maintain the overlap
N
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L.3
The wire subjected to tests of L.3.1 to L.3.4 at a
temperature between 15 °C and 35 °C and a
relative humidity between 45 % and 75 %, unless
otherwise specified (°C, % Humidity) .................. :
N
L.3.1
Dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 for the appropriate
type and number of MOP(s) conducted by
preparing the sample according to IEC 608515:1996, Clause 4.4.1 for a twisted pair with test
voltages at least twice Tables 6 and 7, but not less
than following with no breakdown:
N
– 3000 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
N
– 6000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............. :
N
Sample subjected to flexibility and adherence test
8 of IEC 60851-3:1996, clause 5.1.1, using
mandrel diameters of Table L.1
N
Sample examined according to IEC 60851-3:
1997, clause 5.1.1.4, followed by dielectric test of
clause 8.8.3, except test voltage applied between
wire and mandrel with no breakdown
N
Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables 6
and 7but not less than the following:
N
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
N
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............. :
N
Tension applied to wire during winding on mandrel
calculated from the wire diameter equivalent to
118 MPa ± 11.8 MPa
N
Sample subjected to heat shock test 9 of IEC
60851-6:1996, followed by dielectric strength test
of clause 8.8.3, except test voltage applied
between the wire and mandrel
N
Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables 6
and 7, but not less than the following:
N
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
N
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............. :
N
Oven temperature set based on Table L.2 (°C)... :
N
Mandrel diameter and tension applied as in L.3.2,
((118 MPa ± 11.8 MPa (118 N/mm2 ± 11.8
N/mm2)) ................................................................ :
N
Dielectric strength test conducted at room
temperature after removal from the oven
N
Five samples prepared as in L.3.2 subjected to
dielectric strength and bending tests by removing
each sample from the mandrel and placing it in a
container surrounded by min. 5 mm of metal shot
N
L.3.2
L.3.3
L.3.4
Result - Remark
Verdict
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The ends of conductor in the sample were
sufficiently long to avoid flash over, and the shot
was no more than 2 mm in diameter and
consisted of stainless, nickel, or nickel-plated iron
N
The shot was gently poured into container until
sample covered by at least 5 mm of shot, and the
shot cleaned periodically with a suitable solvent
(e.g., 1.1,1-trichloroethane)
N
Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables 6
and 7, but not less than the following:
N
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
N
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............. :
N
Test voltage applied between the shot and
conductor.
N
Mandrel diameter and tension applied as in L.3.2,
((118 MPa ± 11.8 MPa (118 N/mm2 ± 11.8
N/mm2)) ................................................................ :
N
L.4
Tests during manufacture
L.4.1
Production line dielectric strength tests conducted
by the manufacture according to L.4.2 and L.4.3
N
N
L.4.2
Test voltage for routine testing (100 % testing) is
at least the voltage in Tables 6 and 7 but not less
than the following:
N
– 1500 V r.m.s. or 2100 V peak for BASIC and
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION (V)............................ :
N
– 3000 V r.m.s. or 4200 V peak for REINFORCED
(V) ...................................................... :
N
Sampling tests conducted using twisted pair
samples according to IEC 60851-5:1996, clause
4.4.1
N
Minimum breakdown test voltage is at least twice
the voltage in Tables 6 and 7 but not less than:
N
– 3000 V r.m.s. or 4200 V peak for BASIC and
N
INSULATION
L.4.3
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
– 6000 V r.m.s. or 8400 V peak for REINFORCED
INSULATION
N
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TABLE: Power Input
Operating Conditions / Ratings
Voltage,
(V)
Frequency,
(Hz)
Current,
(A)
Power,
(W)
Remarks
Supplementary Information: Power by internal batteries.
7.1.3
TABLE: Durability of marking test 1
P
Characteristics of the Marking Label tested:
Remarks
Material (composition) of Marking Label ....................:
Polyester label
P
Ink/other printing material or process .........................:
Ink , Paint
P
Method of application of ink to the Label ....................:
Print, Silk print
P
Other ............................................................................:
Marking Label on NIBP cuff
P
Material (composition) of Warning Label ...................:
No Warning Label.
N
Ink/other printing material or process .........................:
N
Method of application of ink to the Label ....................:
N
Other ............................................................................:
Supplementary information:
1
Marking rubbed by hand, without undue pressure, first for 15 s with a cloth rag soaked with distilled water,
then for 15 s with a cloth rag soaked with methylated spirit, and then for 15 s with a cloth rag soaked with
isopropyl alcohol.
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disconnection of plug from mains supply
Maximum allowable voltage (V)......................: 60
Remarks
Voltage measured (V)
Voltage Measured
Between:
1
2
3
4
5
N
6
7
8
9
10
Plug pins 1 and 2
Plug pin 1 and plug
earth pin
Plug pin 2 and plug
earth pin
Plug pin 1 and
enclosure
Plug pin 2 and
enclosure
Maximum allowable stored charge when
45
measured voltage exceeded 60 V (μC) ....... :
Remarks
Calculated stored charge (μC)
Voltage Measured
Between:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Plug pins 1 & 2
Plug pin 1 & plug earth
pin
Plug pin 2 and plug
earth pin
Plug pin 1 and
enclosure
Plug pin 2 and
enclosure
Supplementary information: Only Internally powered Equipment.
7
8
9
10
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TABLE: Internal capacitive circuits – measurement of residual voltage or
calculation of the stored charge in capacitive circuits (i.e., accessible
capacitors or circuit parts) after de-energizing ME EQUIPMENT
Maximum allowable residual voltage (V) ...... :
60 V
Maximum allowable stored charge when residual voltage exceeded 60 V (μC) :
45 V
Description of the capacitive circuit
(i.e., accessible capacitor or circuit
parts)
Measured residual
voltage (V)
Calculated stored
charge (μC)
Remarks
Supplementary information: Internally powered Equipment.
8.5.5.1a
TABLE: defibrillation-proof applied parts – measurement of hazardous
electrical energies
Test
Measurement made Applied part with test Test voltage
Condition:
on accessible part
voltage
polarity
Figs. 9 & 10
Supplementary information: No defibrillation-proof applied part.
Measured
voltage between
Y1 and Y2 (mV)
N
Remarks
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TABLE: defibrillation-proof applied parts – verification of recovery time
Applied part
with test voltage
Test voltage Recovery time
Measured
polarity
from documents recovery time (s)
(s)
Remarks
Supplementary information: No defibrillation-proof applied part.
8.5.5.2
TABLE: DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS or PATIENT CONNECTIONS of
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS - Energy reduction test –measurement of
Energy delivered to a 100 Ω load
Test Voltage applied to
Measured Energy
E1,
(mJ)
PATIENT CONNECTION 1 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 2, 3, and 4 of the
same APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 2 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 3, and 4 of the
same APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 3 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 2, and 4 of the
same APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 4 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 2, and 3 of the
same APPLIED PART connected to earth
Supplementary information: No defibrillation-proof applied part.
Measured Energy
E2,
(mJ)
N
Energy E1
as % of E2,
(%)
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TABLE: Impedance and current-carrying capability of PROTECTIVE EARTH
CONNECTIONS
Type of ME EQUIPMENT & impedance measured
between parts
Test current
(A)
Voltage drop
measured
between
parts, (V)
Maximum
calculated
impedance
(mΩ)
Maximum
allowable
impedance
(mΩ)
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT,
impedance between PROTECTIVE EARTH
TERMINAL and a PROTECTIVELY EARTHED part
100
ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIANCE INLET,
impedance between earth pin in the APPLIANCE
INLET and a PROTECTIVELY EARTHED part
100
ME EQUIPMENT with a non-DETACHABLE POWER
SUPPLY CORD, impedance between the
protective earth pin in the MAINS PLUG and a
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED part
200
Supplementary information: Internally powered Equipment, and no PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS
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8.7A
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE B APPLIED PARTS (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
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connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
8.7.4.7c)
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
Fig 17
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
d.c
10
50
a.c
100
500
d.c
10
50
a.c
100
500
d.c
10
50
a.c
100
500
d.c
50
100
a.c
500
1000
d.c
50
100
a.c
500
1000
N
SFC actual
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
Supplementary information: No TYPE B APPLIED PART.
Note 1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
Note 2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
Note 3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS.
See 8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
Note 4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after
humidity preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated
supply frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Clause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7B
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE BF APPLIED PARTS (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
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APPLIED PART
connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
8.7.4.7c)
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
Fig 17
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
P
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
SFC actual
d.c
10
N/A
50
N/A
a.c
100
N/A
500
N/A
d.c
10
0
50
0
a.c
100
0
500
0
d.c
10
N/A
50
N/A
a.c
100
N/A
500
N/A
d.c
50
N/A
100
N/A
a.c
500
N/A
1000
N/A
d.c
50
N/A
100
N/A
a.c
500
N/A
1000
N/A
Supplementary information:
1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See
8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7C
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
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APPLIED PART
connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
8.7.4.7c)
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
Fig 17
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
d.c
10
50
a.c
10
50
d.c
10
50
a.c
10
50
d.c
10
50
a.c
10
50
d.c
50
100
a.c
50
100
d.c
50
100
a.c
50
100
N
SFC actual
Supplementary information: No TYPE CF APPLIED PART
1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See
8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7.3A
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE B APPLIED PARTS (mA r.m.s) –
measurements made with a non-frequency-weighted device (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
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APPLIED PART
connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
8.7.4.7c)
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
Fig 17
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
N
SFC actual
Supplementary information: Not measured with a non-frequency-weighted device.
1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See
8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7.3B
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE BF APPLIED PARTS (mA r.m.s) –
measurements made with a non-frequency-weighted device (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
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APPLIED PART
connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
8.7.4.7c)
Fig 17
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
N
SFC actual
Supplementary information: Not measured with a non-frequency-weighted device.
1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See
8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7.3C
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS under
NORMAL & SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS – TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS (mA r.m.s) –
measurements made with a non-frequency-weighted device (μA)
Current
Type
Description
PATIENT
—
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
From PATIENT
CONNECTION to 8.7.4.7a)
earth
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
With same
types of
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Clause
Ref.
8.7.4.8
AUX
CURRENT
PATIENT
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APPLIED PART
connected
together
Caused by
an external
voltage on a
SIP/SOP
8.7.4.7c)
8.7.4.7a)
and
8.7.4.7h)
8.7.4.7c)
and
8.7.4.7h)
Measuring
Circuit
Fig 19
Fig 15
Fig 17
Fig 15
and
Fig 20
Fig 17
and
Fig 20
a.c/
d.c
NC
allowed
NC actual
SFC
allowed
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
d.c
10
10
a.c
10
10
N
SFC actual
Supplementary information: Not measured with a non-frequency-weighted device.
1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d)
2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c)
3: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See
8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e.,
overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7.3D
Current
Type
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TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS under special test conditions identified in
8.7.4.7 (mA r.m.s) –measurement with a non-frequency-weighted device (μA)
Description
(Note 1)
Caused by an
external voltage
on PATIENT CONN
of an F-TYPE
PATIENT
APPLIED PART
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
Caused by an
external voltage
on ACCESSIBLE
metal part not
Clause
Ref.
Measuring
Circuit
TYPE B
APPLIED
PART
TYPE B
APPLIED
PART
allowed
8.7.4.7b
Fig 16
N/A
8.7.4.7d
Fig 18
10
8.7.4.7b
and
8.7.4.7h
Fig 16
and
Fig 20
N/A
8.7.4.7d
and
8.7.4.7h
Fig 18
and
Fig 20
10
N
TYPE BF TYPE BF TYPE CF TYPE CF
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
actual
allowed
actual
allowed
actual
N/A
10
10
10
See
Note 3
10
10
10
See
Note 3
See
Note 3
PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Caused by an
external voltage
on PATIENT CONN
of an F-TYPE
N/A
APPLIED PART
Caused by an
external voltage
on ACCESSIBLE
metal part not
PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED
See
Note 3
Supplementary information: Not measured with a non-frequency-weighted device
1: The condition referred to in Table IV of the second edition as “MAINS VOLTAGE ON APPLIED PART”, and treated in that edition
as a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION, is treated in this edition as a special test condition. The test with MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE on a
non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED ACCESSIBLE PART is also a special test condition, but the allowable values are the same as for
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION. See the rationales for 8.5.2.2 and 8.7.4.7d.
2: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See 8.7.4.7 h). The
individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
3: This condition is not tested with TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS because it is covered by the test with MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE on
the APPLIED PART. See also the rationale for 8.7.4.7 d).
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply frequency, at
110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of clause 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of
water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.7.4.7
Current
Type
TABLE: PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENTS under special test conditions identified in
8.7.4.7 (μA)
Description
(Note 1)
Caused by an
external
voltage on
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
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PATIENT CONN
of an F-TYPE
APPLIED PART
Clause
Ref.
Measuring
Circuit
TYPE B
APPLIED
PART
TYPE B
APPLIED
PART
allowed
TYPE BF TYPE BF TYPE CF TYPE CF
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
APPLIED
PART
actual
allowed
actual
allowed
actual
8.7.4.7b
Fig 16
N/A
N/A
5000
1
50
N/A
8.7.4.7d
Fig 18
500
N/A
500
N/A
See
Note 3
See
Note 3
Fig 16
and
Fig 20
N/A
N/A
5000
N/A
100
N/A
Fig 18
and
Fig 20
1000
N/A
1000
N/A
See
Note 3
See
Note 3
Caused by an
external
voltage on
ACCESSIBLE
P
metal part not
PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED
Total
PATIENT
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
See
NOTE 3
Caused by an
external
8.7.4.7b
voltage on
and
PATIENT CONN
8.7.4.7h
of an F-TYPE
APPLIED PART
Caused by an
external
voltage on
8.7.4.7d
ACCESSIBLE
and
metal part not 8.7.4.7h
PROTECTIVELY
EARTHED
Supplementary information: Only one Type BF applied part, and no ACCESSIBLE metal part.
1: The condition referred to in Table IV of the second edition as “MAINS VOLTAGE ON APPLIED PART”, and treated in that edition
as a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION, is treated in this edition as a special test condition. The test with MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE on a
non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED ACCESSIBLE PART is also a special test condition, but the allowable values are the same as for
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION. See the rationales for 8.5.2.2 and 8.7.4.7d.
2: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS. See 8.7.4.7 h). The
individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
3: This condition is not tested with TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS because it is covered by the test with MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE on
the APPLIED PART. See also the rationale for 8.7.4.7 d).
4: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after humidity
preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply frequency, at
110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of clause 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of
water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
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8.8.3 A
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TABLE: Dielectric strength test of solid insulating materials with safety
function – mEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION (MOOP) - 1 min duration
A.C. test voltages in V r.m.s1
PEAK
WORKING
VOLTAGE
PEAK
WORKING
VOLTAGE
(U)
V peak
(U)
V d.c.
---
6
Type of insulation
tested
(area from insulation
diagram)
Double insulation (A)
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION (MOOP)
Protection from MAINS
Protection from
PART
SECONDARY CIRCUITS
Dielectric
breakdown2
Yes/No
One MOOP Two MOOP One MOOP Two MOOP
N/A
N/A
N/A
500
No
Supplementary information:
1
Alternatively, as specified in the Table (i.e., __dc), a d.c. test voltage equal to the peak value of the a.c.
test voltage used.
2
A) Immediately after humidity treatment of 5.7, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized, B) after required sterilization
C) after reaching steady state operating temperature as during
heating test of 11.1.1, and D) after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress
of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
PROCEDURE, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized,
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8.8.3 B
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TABLE: Dielectric strength test of solid insulating materials with safety
function – mEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION (MOPP) - 1 min duration
A.C. test voltages in V r.m.s1
PEAK
WORKING
VOLTAGE
PEAK
WORKING
VOLTAGE
(U)
V peak
(U)
V d.c.
---
6
Double insulation (A)
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000
No
---
6
Double insulation (B)
N/A
N/A
N/A
1000
No
354
---
Basic insulation (C)
N/A
N/A
1500
N/A
No
Type of insulation
tested
(area from insulation
diagram)
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION (MOOP)
Protection from MAINS
Protection from
PART
SECONDARY CIRCUITS
Dielectric
breakdown2
Yes/No
One MOPP Two MOPP One MOPP Two MOPP
Supplementary information:
1
Alternatively, as specified in the Table (i.e., __dc), a d.c. test voltage equal to the peak value of the a.c.
test voltage used.
2
A) Immediately after humidity treatment of 5.7, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized, B) after required sterilization
C) after reaching steady state operating temperature as during
heating test of 11.1.1, and D) after relevant tests of Subclause 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress
of water and particulate mater, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
PROCEDURE, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized,
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8.9.2
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TABLE: Short circuiting of each single one of the CREEPAGE DISTANCES and
for insulation in the MAINS PART between parts of opposite
polarity in lieu of complying with the required measurements in 8.9.4
N
AIR CLEARANCES
Specific areas of circuits short-circuited
and test conditions
Test in lieu of
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
CREEPAGE
DISTANCE or AIR
1
CLEARANCE
observed (i.e., fire hazard,
shock hazard, explosion,
discharge of parts, etc.)?
Yes/No
Supplementary information: No MAINS PART.
Note 1: AC - AIR CLEARANCE
CD - CREEPAGE DISTANCE
Remarks
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8.9.3.2
Test
Sequence
No.
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Table: Thermal cycling tests on one sample of insulating compound forming
solid insulation between conductive parts
Each test duration and temperature
Dielectric test voltage
(V = Test voltage in 8.8.3
times 1.6)
N
Dielectric strength test
immediately after humidity
preconditioning according
to 5.7 except for 48 h only,
Breakdown: Yes/No
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
2
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
3
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
4
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
Supplementary information:
1
T1 = 10 °C above the maximum temperature of relevant part determined per 11.1.1, or 85 °C, the higher
of the two. 10 °C not added to T1 when temperature measured by an embedded thermocouple. Used
gradual transition from one temperature to another.
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8.9.3.4
Test
Sequence
No.
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Table: Thermal cycling tests on one sample of cemented joint (see 8.9.3.3)
Each test duration and temperature
Dielectric test voltage
(V = Test voltage in 8.8.3
times 1.6)
N
Dielectric strength test
immediately after humidity
preconditioning according
to 5.7 except for 48 h only,
Breakdown: Yes/No
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
2
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
3
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C 1
4
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
Supplementary information: See the remark in clause 8.9.3.4.
1
T1 = 10 °C above the maximum temperature of relevant part determined per 11.1.1, or 85 °C, the higher
of the two. 10 °C not added to T1 when temperature measured by an embedded thermocouple. Used
gradual transition from one temperature to another.
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TABLE: List of critical components
Component/
Part No.
Manufacturer/
Trademark
Type
No./model
No./
Technical data
Standard No./,
Edition
Mark(s) &
Certificates of
conformity 1
PCB
various
various
V-0,130 degree UL796
C
UL
Enclosure
CHI MEI
CORPORATION
PA-757(+)
HB, Min.
1.5mm,
80degree C
UL E56070
Silicon
Pressure
Sensor
Shenzhen Pravance
US9111
S&T Development Co.,
Ltd
Max. excitation -voltage 10V,
max. excitation
current 2.0 mA.
Max. operating
temperature
125 degree C
--
Pump
Yuyao Bozhong
Electronic Factory
BZP06A
6.0Vdc, max.
-operating
temperature 40
degree C
--
Electronma Yuyao Bozhong
gnetic value Electronic Factory
BZV06A
6.0Vdc, max.
-0.36W, max.
operating
temperature 40
degree C
--
Arm cuff
0661
49cm x14.5cm --
--
Wenzhou Bokang
Instruments Co., Ltd
UL 94
UL746C
Supplementary information:
1) An asterisk indicates a mark which assures the agreed level of surveillance. See Licenses and Certificates
of Conformity for verification.
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TABLE: Measurement of gap “a” according to Table 20 (ISO 13852: 1996)
Part of body
Allowable adult Measured adult Allowable children
Measured
gap1, mm
gap, mm
gap1, mm
children gap, mm
Body
> 500
> 500
Head
> 300 or < 120
> 300 or < 60
Leg
> 180
> 180
Foot
> 120 or < 35
> 120 or < 25
Toes
> 50
> 50
Arm
> 120
> 120
Hand, wrist, fist
> 100
> 100
Finger
> 25 or < 8
> 25 or < 4
Remarks
Supplementary information: No such gaps.
1
In general, gaps for adults used, except when the device is specifically designed for use with children,
values for children applied.
10.1.1
Maximum allowable radiation pA/kg ( μSv/h) ( mR/h)
Surface area under test
Surface no./ Description1
1/
/
2/
/
3/
/
4/
/
5/
/
6/
/
7/
/
8/
/
9/
/
10/
N
TABLE: Measurement of X - radiation
36 (5 μSv/h) (0.5 mR/h)
Measured radiation
pA/kg ( μSv/h) ( mR/h)
Remarks
/
Supplementary information: No X – radiation.
1
Measurements made at a distance of 5 cm from any surface to which OPERATOR (other than SERVICE
PERSONNEL) can gain access without a TOOL, is deliberately provided with means of access, or is instructed
to enter regardless of whether or not a TOOL is needed to gain access (pA/kg)
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11.1.
TABLE: Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT
--
Model No./Part No./Type No. ............. :
Maximum rated ambient operating
temperature T (°C)............................... :
Supply voltage, 110 % of max. RATED
voltage, for ME EQUIPMENT with heating
elements operated as in NORMAL USE, all
heating elements energized unless
prevented by switching interlocks (V)
40
No heating
elements
Supply voltage, least favorable voltage
4 AA batteries
between 90 % of min. RATED voltage and (6Vd.c).
110 % of max. RATED voltage, for motor
operated ME EQUIPMENT operated under
normal load and normal DUTY CYCLE (V)
Normal DUTY CYCLE for motor operated
ME EQUIPMENT (s on, s off)
Not duty cycle
operated me
equipment
Supply voltage, 110 % of max. RATED
voltage for combined heating, motor
operated, and other ME EQUIPMENT (V)
No heating
element.
Supply voltage, 90 % of min. RATED
voltage for combined heating, motor
operated, and other ME EQUIPMENT (V)
No heating
element.
Class of insulation system (A, E, B, F, H) N/A
Classification of individual insulating
materials or Relative Thermal Index (°C)
Supplementary information:
N/A
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11.1.1
P
TABLE: Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT – measurement of maximum
temperature during NORMAL USE for parts other than APPLIED PARTS and parts
likely to be touched
Model No................................................ :
ORA211
Test ambient (°C) ................................. :
26.5
RATED supply voltage
Model No.
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(V) ....................... :
Thermocouple
No.
Thermocouple
location3
6.0Vdc
Max allowable
temperature1 from
Table 22 or 23,
(°C)
Max
Ambient
measured
temperature
temperature2
Adjust to
, (°C)
40°C
(°C)
ORA211
111
PCB
130
31.8
45.3
ORA211
112
battery
60
29.1
42.2
ORA211
113
LCD
60
28.3
41.8
ORA211
114
Enclosure
60
28.6
42.1
ORA211
115
Pump
105
32.8
46.3
Remarks
Supplementary information:
1
Maximum allowable temperature on surfaces of test corner is 90 °C
2
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3 e)
3
When thermocouples used to determine temperature of windings, limits of Table 22 reduced by 10 °C.
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TABLE: Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT – measurement of
temperatures, hot or cold surfaces, during NORMAL USE for APPLIED PARTS
intended to supply heat to a PATIENT
Model No................................................ :
Test ambient (°C) ................................. :
RATED supply voltage
Model No.
(V) ....................... :
Thermocouple
No.
3
Thermocouple location
Max allowable
temperature1 from
RISK MANAGEMENT
FILE,
(°C)
Max
measured
temperature2,
(°C)
Remarks
Supplementary information: No hot or cold surfaces.
1
See RISK MANAGEMENT FILE containing temperatures and clinical effects. Also, see instructions for use.
2
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3 e)
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11.1.2.2
TABLE: Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT – measurement of
maximum temperature during NORMAL USE for APPLIED PARTS not intended to
supply heat to a PATIENT
Model No................................................ :
ORA211
Test ambient (°C) ................................. :
26.5
4 AA
batteries
(6Vd.c).
RATED supply voltage
Model No.
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(V) ....................... :
Thermocouple
No.
Thermocouple
location3
Max allowable
temperature1 from
Table 24 (°C)
Max
Ambient
measured temperatur
temperatur e Adjust
e1, (°C)
to 40°C
P
Remarks
(°C)
ORA211
107
Cuff
43
27.1
40.6
Supplementary information:
1
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3 e)
11.1.3d
TABLE: Temperature of windings by change-of-resistance method
Temperature T of winding:
t1 (°C)
R1 (Ω)
Supplementary information: No used such methods.
t2 (°C)
R2 (Ω)
T (°C)
N
Allowed Insulation
class
Tmax (°C)
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TABLE: alternative method to 11.2.2.1 a) 5) to determine existence of an
ignition source
Areas where sparking might cause ignition:
N
Remarks
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
Materials of the parts between which sparks could occur (Composition, Grade
Designation, Manufacturer):
Remarks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Test parameters selected representing worst case conditions for ME EQUIPMENT:
Remarks
Oxygen concentration (%)......................... :
Fuel ............................................................ :
Current (A) ................................................. :
Voltage (V) ................................................. :
Capacitance (μF) ....................................... :
Inductance or resistance (h or Ω) ............. :
No. of trials (300 Min) ................................ :
Sparks resulted in ignition (Yes/No) ......... :
Supplementary information: Not used in conjunction with OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS
Test procedure of 11.2.2.1 a) 5) & Figs 35-37 used for tests. For circuits not in Figs 35-37, test voltage or
current set at 3 times the worst case values with other parameters set at worst case values to determine if
ignition can occur.
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13.1.2
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TABLE: measurement of power or energy dissipation in parts & components
to waive SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in 4.7, 8.1 b), 8.7.2, and 13.2.2 relative to
emission of flames, molten metal, or ignitable substances
Power dissipated less than (W) ................................... :
15
Energy dissipated less than (J) .................................... :
900
Part or component
tested
Measured power Calculated energy SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
dissipated (W)
dissipated (J)
waived (Yes/No)
Supplementary information:
See the remark in clause 13.1.2.
N
Remarks
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13.2
Clause
No.
13.2.2
13.2.3
13.2.4
13.2.5
13.2.6
13.2.7
13.2.8
13.2.9
13.2.10
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TABLE: SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in accordance with 13.2.2 to 13.2.13, inclusive
Results observed
P
HAZARDOUS
SITUATION
Description of SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
(Yes/No)
Electrical SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS according to 8.1:
—
—
According to the circuit structure of the Blood
Pressure Monitor, It is impossible to have those
electrical single fault conditions according to 8.1.
—
N
Overheating of transformers according to 15.5:
—
—
No transformers.
—
N
Failure of THERMOSTATS according to 13.2.13 &
15.4.2, overloading - THERMOSTATS short circuited or
interrupted, the less favorable of the two:
—
—
NO THERMOSTATS
—
N
Failure of temperature limiting devices according to
13.2.13 & 15.4.2, overloading, THERMOSTATS short
circuited or interrupted, the less favorable of the two:
—
—
NO THERMOSTATS
—
N
Leakage of liquid - RISK MANAGEMENT FILE examined
to determine the appropriate test conditions (sealed
rechargeable batteries exempted)
—
—
No liquid used during normal use of the equipment.
—
N
Impairment of cooling that could result in a HAZARD
using test method of 11.1:
—
—
No cooling mean.
—
N
Locking of moving parts – Only one part locked at a
time – Also see 13.2.10 below:
—
—
No moving parts provided.
—
N
Interruption and short circuiting of motor capacitors
– Motor capacitors short & open circuited 1 – Also
see 13.10
—
—
No Motor capacitors
—
N
Additional test criteria for motor operated ME
13.2.8 &13.2.9:
—
—
EQUIPMENT in
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No.
13.2.11
13.2.12
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Results observed
HAZARDOUS
SITUATION
Description of SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
(Yes/No)
For every test in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of 13.2.8
and 13.2.9, motor-operated EQUIPMENT stared from
COLD CONDITION at RATED voltage or at the upper limit
of RATED voltage range for specified time:
See remark in Clause
13.2.10.
N
Temperatures of windings determined at the end of
specified test periods or at the instant of operation of
fuses, THERMAL CUT-OUTS, motor protective devices
—
N
Temperatures measured as specified in 11.1.3 d)
—
N
Temperatures did not exceed limits of Table 26
—
N
Failures of components in ME EQUIPMENT used in
conjunction with OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS:
—
—
No conjunction with OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS
—
N
Failure of parts that might result in a MECHANICAL
9 & 15.3):
—
—
No parts that might result in a MECHANICAL HAZARD.
—
N
HAZARD (See
Supplementary information:
1
Test with short-circuited capacitor not performed when motor provided with a capacitor complying with IEC
60252-1 and the ME EQUIPMENT not intended for unattended use including automatic or remote control. See
Attachment # and appended Table 8.10.
15.4.6
TABLE: actuating parts of controls of ME EQUIPMENT – torque & axial pull tests
Rotating control under test
Torque
Gripping
from
diameter “d” of
Table 30 control knob
(Nm)
(mm) 1
Axial force
applied
Unacceptable
RISK occurred
(N)
Yes/No
N
Remarks
Supplementary information:.
1
Gripping diameter (d) is the maximum width of a control knob regardless of its shape (e.g. control knob with
pointer)
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TABLE: transformer short circuit test short-circuit applied at end of windings
or at the first point that could be short circuited under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
N
Primary voltage, most adverse value between 90 % to 110 % of RATED
voltage (V) 1 ................................................................................................ :
—
RATED input frequency (Hz) ....................................................................... :
—
Winding
tested
Class of
insulation
(A, B, E,
F, or H)
Type of
protective
device (fuse,
circuit breaker)
/Ratings
Protective
device
operated
Yes/No
Time to
THERMAL
STABILITY when
protective
device did not
operate (Min)
Maximum
allowed
temp from
Table 31
(ºC)
Maximum
winding
Ambient
temp
(ºC)
measured
(ºC)
Supplementary information: No Transformer.
1
Loads on other windings between no load and their NORMAL USE load. Short-circuit applied at end of
windings or at the first point that could be short circuited under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION.
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under short-circuit test operated
N
Primary voltage, most adverse value between 90 % to 110 % of RATED voltage (V)1 .. :
RATED input frequency (Hz) ............................................................................................ :
Test current just below minimum current that would activate protective device &
achieve THERMAL STABILITY under method a) (A)............................................................ :
Test current based on Table 32 when protective device that operated under method
a) is external to transformer, and it was shunted (A) ..................................................... :
Winding tested
Class of
insulation
(A, B, E, F, H)
Type of protective
Maximum allowed
Maximum
device used (fuse,
temp from
winding temp
circuit breaker)/Ratings
Table 31 (ºC)
measured (ºC)
Ambient
(ºC)
Supplementary information: No Transformer.
1
Loads on other windings between no load and their NORMAL USE load.
Time durations:
–
IEC 60127-1 fuse: 30 min at current from Table 32.
Non IEC 60127-1 fuse: 30 min at the current based on characteristics supplied by fuse manufacturer,
specifically, 30 min clearing-time current. When no 30 min clearing-time current data available, test
current from Table 32 used until THERMAL STABILITY achieved.
–
Other types of protective devices: until THERMAL STABILITY achieved at a current just below minimum
current operating the protective device in a).
This portion concluded at specified time or when a second protective device opened.
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TABLE: Transformer dielectric strength after humidity preconditioning of 5.7
Transformer
Model/Type/Part No.
Test voltage applied
between
Test voltage
(V)
Test frequency
(Hz)
Breakdown
Yes/No
Deterioration
Yes/No
Primary & secondary
windings
Primary winding & frame
Secondary winding &
frame
Supplementary information: No Transformer.
Tests conducted under the conditions of 11.1, in ME EQUIPMENT or under simulated conditions on the bench.
See Clause 15.5.2 for test parameters & other details
16.6.1
Specific area where TOUCH
measured (i.e., from or
between parts of ME SYSTEM
within PATIENT ENVIRONMENT)
CURRENT
N
TABLE: LEAKAGE CURRENTS in ME SYSTEM _ TOUCH CURRENT MEASUREMENTS
Allowable
Measured
TOUCH CURRENT
in NORMAL
TOUCH
CURRENT in
NORMAL
CONDITION (μA)
CONDITION (μA)
Allowable TOUCH
in event of
interruption of any non-
Measured TOUCH
in event of
interruption of any non-
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED
PROTECTIVE EARTH
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED
PROTECTIVE EARTH
CURRENT
CONDUCTOR,
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
Supplementary information: Not ME SYSTEM.
(μA)
CURRENT
CONDUCTOR,
(μA)
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Attachment No. 1
ISO 14971 Gap Analysis Checklist
(optional)
Clause
Title
Item
Comments
3.2
Risk Management
process
Procedure describing the risk
management process
See Risk management
procedure.
3.3
Management
Responsibilities
Policy for determining acceptable
risk.
See section 6 n Chapter 2 of
the Risk management Report.
Assignment of group/individual with
risk management responsibility
See section 5 in Chapter 2 of
the Risk management Report.
Procedure for assigning staff to risk
management work.
See section 5&7 in Chapter 2
of the Risk management
Report and Risk management
procedure
Procedure(s) for review of risk
management, e.g., management
design reviews, internal audits, etc.
See Risk management
procedure
3.4
Qualification of
personnel
Training records for risk management
training, tools training, etc.
See section 6 in Chapter 2 of
the Risk management Report.
3.5
Risk Management
Plan
a. Procedure for plan
development.
See Risk management
procedure
b. A verification plan
See Chapter 2 of the Risk
management Report.
c.
Description of device.
d. Allocation of responsibilities.
e. Summary of review activities.
f.
Evidence of risk acceptability
criteria.
See section 7 in the Chapter 2
of the Risk management
Report.
See section 6 in Chapter 2 of
the Risk management Report.
3.6
Risk Management
File
Evidence of file structure for all risk
management activities.
See Risk management Report.
4.1
Risk Analysis
Procedure
Procedure for risk analysis.
See Risk management
procedure.
4.2
Intended
use/intended
purpose, etc.
Record of safety issue analysis.
See the table of Chapter 3 of
the Risk management Report.
4.3
Hazard
Identification
Record of hazard analysis
See the table of Chapter 3 of
the Risk management Report.
4.4
Risk estimation
a. Definition of methods used for
estimating risks.
See the table of Chapter 4 of
the Risk management Report.
b. Description of method(s) used.
See the table of Chapter 4 of
the Risk management Report.
c.
5.0
Risk evaluation
Record of risk estimation
activities.
a. Record of risk evaluation
activities.
See Chapter 4 of the Risk
management Report.
See table in Chapter 4 of the
Risk management Report.
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Item
Comments
b. Method(s) for dealing with nonquantifiable risks
See table in Chapter 4 of the
Risk management Report.
6.1
Risk reduction
Procedure for risk control activities
See table in Chapter 4 of the
Risk management Report.
6.2
Option analysis
Record of risk control option analysis
(including risk-benefit analysis, if
appropriate).
See table in Chapter 5 of the
Risk management Report.
6.3
Implementation of
risk control
measures
Design inputs from risk management
activities
See table in Chapter 4 of the
Risk management Report.
6.4
Residual risk
evaluation
Evidence, e.g., from design
verification activities.
See table in Chapter 4 of the
Risk management Report.
6.5
Risk-Benefit
Analysis
Evidence as necessary…see 6.2.
See the tables in Chapter 4 of
the Risk management Report.
6.6
Other generated
hazards
Record of review of all risk controls
for impact on new hazards.
See the tables in Chapter 4 of
the Risk management Report.
7
Overall risk
evaluation
Records of related meetings,
analysis, etc.
See Chapter 5 in the Risk
management Report.
8
Risk management
report
a. Procedure for generating a
Risk Management report.
See the Risk management
Report provided by the
manufacture.
b. Summary of risk management
activities.
c.
Traceability of hazards to residual
risks.
d. Clearances.
9
Post-production
information
a. Procedures for linking
information into risk
management review:
•
Manufacturing
•
CAPA
•
Servicing
•
Purchasing
•
etc.
See Chapter 6 of the Risk
management Report.
See the related Procedures
and their related records
b. Records implementing
procedures
Note: Bold letters indicate critical elements that should be present even at the very beginning of
implementation.
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Clause
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Subject
Considerations for application of RM criteria
4 - General requirements
Compliance is checked by inspection of the risk management file. The requirements of this clause and all
Risk Management
requirements of this standard referring to inspection of the risk management file are considered to be
Process for ME
satisfied if the manufacturer has:
Equipment or ME
- established a risk management process; and
Systems
- established acceptable levels of risks; and
- demonstrated that the residual risk is acceptable.
Does the manufacturer have a risk management process according to ISO14971 in place?
Was this process used for the device being considered?
If so, a limited number of more detailed questions can be addressed at this point:
• Are all risk management procedures (that meet the requirements of ISO14971, including
acceptability criteria) developed and applied for the device considered (clauses 4-9 of
ISO14971)?
• Is there a risk management plan (including resources and commitment) for the device
considered (clause 3 of ISO14971)?
• Is the overall residual risk for the device considered acceptable?
Compliance
is checked by inspection of the risk management file.
Essential performance
Have, apart from the essential performance identified in the particular standards, hazardous situations be
identified whereby the residual risk is unacceptable due to the absence of performance of the device?
If so, has this performance been identified as essential performance for the device during the risk
assessment process?
If so, have risk control measures or particular tests been identified to check whether this performance is
maintained?
If so, has this been checked by inspection or by functional test?
Compliance is checked by inspection of the risk management file.
Expected service life
Has the expected service life of the device been identified?
Compliance is checked by inspection of the risk management file.
Equivalent safety for
ME Equipment of ME Are there particular risks for which alternative means of controlling these risks are applied such that the
resulting risk level is acceptable for these risks?
System
If so, have these risks been identified as such during the risk assessment process?
If so, is the resulting risk level equal or less than the residual risk that results from applying the
requirements of this standard?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3 to 9
4
5
6.4
Inspection
4
5
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Clause
Subject
4.6
ME equipment or ME
system parts that
contact the patient
4.7
Single Fault Condition
for ME Equipment
4.8
Components of ME
Equipment
4.9
Use of components
with high-integrity
characteristics in ME
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Compliance is checked by inspection of the RISK MANAGEMENT FILE.
Have parts been identified during the risk management process which can come into contact with the
patient but fall outside the definition of applied parts?
If so, are all the relevant requirements and tests of this standard applied?
If so, are there residual risks which are not acceptable?
If so, are risk controls measures implemented that make the residual risk acceptable?
Compliance is determined by applying the specific requirements and tests associated with the single fault
conditions identified in 13.2, and tests for the failures identified from evaluation of the results of the risk
analysis. Compliance is determined if the introduction of any of the single fault conditions described in
13.2, one at the time, does not lead directly to the hazardous situations described 13.1, or any other
outcome that results in an unacceptable risk.
Are there single fault conditions which lead directly to hazardous situations described in 13.1 or to risks
that are unacceptable?
Compliance is checked by inspection and, where necessary, by test. The tests of this standard for motors
(see 13.2.8 and 13.2.13.3) and transformers (see 15.5.3) are considered to be comprehensive and
together with the evaluation of the motor or transformer insulation system according to Table 22 represent
all testing required by this standard. ME system components that provide isolation from non-ME
equipment are evaluated to clause 16.
Are specific exceptions made for any component of the device under investigation to allow it to be used
not in accordance with its specified rating?
If so, are these exceptions formulated as the result of the risk management process?
If so, have inspection or test requirements been formulated to make the hazardous situations acceptable?
Compliance is checked by inspection of the risk management file and the selection criteria for the
components with high-integrity characteristics.
Are components with high-integrity characteristics applied?
If so, have the risks associated with its use been identified as such during the risk assessment process, or
in other words are they selected and evaluated consistent with their conditions of use and reasonably
foreseeable misuse during the expected service life of the ME equipment?
4 to 9
5 - General requirements for testing MEE
4 to 9
4 to 9
4
5
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Clause
5.1
5.4 a)
5.7
5.9.2.3
7.1.1
Subject
Considerations for application of RM criteria
The tests to be performed are determined taking into consideration the requirements of clause 4, in
particular 4.2.
For the selection of the tests to be performed, is a risk management process according to ISO14971
applied?
If so, this requirement is fulfilled.
The results of the risk analysis are used to determine which combination(s) of simultaneous faults are to
be tested.
For the determination of which combination(s) of simultaneous faults have to be tested, is a risk
assessment applied?
Unless otherwise specified in this standard, ME equipment is to be tested under the least favorable
Other conditions
working conditions as specified in the Instructions for Use that are identified during the risk analysis.
For testing of the ME equipment, have the least favorable working conditions been identified via the risk
analysis?
Humidity
Where the risk management process suggests that the ME equipment can be exposed to high humidity
preconditioning
for extended periods, the period is extended appropriately.
treatment
Has it been determined via the application of the risk management process whether the ME equipment
can be exposed to high humidity for extended periods?
If so, is the period for testing been extended appropriately following the conclusions of the risk
management process?
Actuating mechanisms Inspection of the risk management file demonstrates that the relevant part is unlikely to become detached
unintentionally during the expected service life of the ME equipment.
Has the result of the risk analysis demonstrated that the relevant part is unlikely to become detached
unintentionally during the expected service life time of the ME equipment and that an acceptable residual
risk results?
Type Tests
Usability of the
identification, marking
and documents
MEE Identification, markings and documents
Compliance is checked by inspection of the usability engineering process.
Has the manufacturer addressed in a usability engineering process the risk of poor usability?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
4 to 9
4
3-9
4
4
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Clause
7.9.1
8.1 b
Subject
General
accompanying
documents format.
(see also Table C.4)
Fundamental rule of
protection against
electric shock
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Compliance is checked by inspection of the risk management file.
4
Has the manufacturer applied the risk management process to determine which information also needs
5
to be provided as hard copy or as marking on the ME equipment?
8 - Protection against electrical hazards from MEE
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk analysis if the interruption of any one power carrying
conductor between MEE parts in separate enclosures might cause permitted limits (voltage, current,
energy) to be exceeded?
4.3
4.4
If so, then during product safety verification, this must be one of the SFC’s tested.
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk management process that a component’s movement must
be considered as a SFC because its lack of securement (8.10.1) over the expected service life of the
MEE may cause permitted limits (voltage, current, energy) to be exceeded?
8.3 d
Classification of
applied parts
If so, then during product safety verification, this must be one of the SFC’s tested.
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk management process the need for parts (not being applied
parts) to be subject to the requirements for an applied part of Type BF or Type CF?
If so, then during product safety verification, these parts are to be tested accordingly.
8.4.2 c
4.3
4.4
5
Has the manufacturer identified parts (not being applied parts) where a current exceeding the allowable 4
Accessible parts
including applied parts touch current could flow, either directly or through the body of an operator, however, the risk analysis
determined that the probability in normal use is negligible?
If so, then during product safety verification, these identified parts do not require touch current testing.
Inspect the instructions for use includes instructions for the operator not to touch the relevant part and
the patient simultaneously.
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Clause
8.5.2.2
Subject
Type B applied parts
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk management file, unearthed Type B applied parts that are
not separated from unearthed conductive accessible parts, however, determined that the level of risk
that the unearthed accessible part will make contact with a source of voltage or leakage current above
permitted limits is acceptably low?
4
5
If so, accepted.
If not, then one means of protection is required.
8.5.2.3
PATIENT Leads
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk management process connectors for electrical connections 4
on a patient lead at the end of the lead remote from the patient and that contains a conductive part that
is not separated from all patient connections by one MOPP for a working voltage equal to the maximum 5
mains voltage, that will not present an unacceptable risk from contact with objects other than a mains
socket or a flat surface (e.g. corners or edges)?
If so, during product safety verification, the test using a straight unjointed test finger with a force of 10 N
is not required, however, the remaining inspections of this clause are required.
8.6.3
8.8.4.1
Protective earthing of
moving parts
Does the manufacturer’s risk management file indicate the need to bond moving parts to the protective
earth connection?
Mechanical strength
and resistance to heat
If so, has the manufacturer demonstrated the reliability of the connection during the expected service
life?
Has the manufacturer identified in the risk management file the need for insulations of all types,
considering its resistance to heat in the application and the expected service life?
4-6
4-6
Has the manufacturer identified any specific test protocols that must be performed during product safety
verification?
If so, conduct the tests required in this clause and any additional tests or inspections identified in the
risk management file.
8.10.1
Fixing of components
Has the manufacturer identified components the movement of which could result in an unacceptable
risk in their risk management file?
If so, verify that such identified components are securely mounted and will remain so for the expected
service life.
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Fixing of wiring
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Has the manufacturer identified in their risk management file the need to restrain by double securement 4-6
any conductors and connectors where if they were to break free and touch circuit points this could
result in a hazardous situation?
If so, inspect the construction and restraint of these conductors and connectors to ensure that they are
held in place by use of double securement.
8.10.5
Mechanical protection
of wiring
Has the manufacturer identified in the risk management file the need to protect against contact with
4-6
moving parts, friction at sharp corners and edges or damage during assembly or the opening or closing
of access covers of internal cables, wiring, cord forms or components, where the damage or insulation
damage could result in a hazardous situation?
If so, inspect these parts carefully considering their location and potential damage during assembly,
disassembly, contact with moving parts and friction at sharp corners and edges.
8.11.5
Mains fuses and overcurrent releases
Has the manufacturer provided justification for omission of fuses or over-current releases in the risk
management file?
4-6
If so, inspect the circuit according to the requirements of this clause ensuring double insulation and
acceptable fault condition tests results.
9 - Protection against mechanical hazards of MEE and MES
9.2.1
HAZARDs associated
with moving parts General
- Are protective measures used to reduce the risk from contact with moving parts?
3 to 9
-Considering use as indicated in the Accompanying Documents or reasonably foreseeable misuse and
bearing in mind the ease of access, the ME Equipment function, the shape of the parts, the energy and
speed of the motion and the benefits to the patient, is this risk reduced to an acceptable level?
- Is exposure to moving parts needed for MEE to perform its intended function?
- Have all reasonable protective measures including warning markings on the MEE where the hazards
persist been implemented?
9.2.2.4.3 Movable guards
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with moving parts and reduced by use of the
movable guards are addressed?
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Evidence ISO
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9.2.2.4.4 Protective measures
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with moving parts and reduced by the use of
protective measures incorporated in the control system are addressed?
3 to 9
9.2.2.5 c Continuous activation
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with accessibility to a trapping zone and reduced
by use of the continuous activation of the movement control are addressed?
3 to 9
9.2.2.6
Speed of movement(s) - The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with the speed of movement are addressed?
3 to 9
9.2.3.2
Over travel
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with the over travel are addressed?
9.2.4
Emergency stopping
devices
- Does the MEE use emergency stopping devices?
3 to 9
3 to 9
- Are risks caused by mechanical hazards which are reduced by the use of the emergency stopping
devices reduced to an acceptable level?
3 to 9
9.2.5
Release of patient
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with release of patient are addressed?
9.3
Hazards associated
with surfaces, corners
and edges
- The risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with surfaces, corners and edges are addressed? 3 to 9
9.4.2.4.3 Movement over a
threshold
- Are the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with movement over a threshold addressed?
3 to 9
9.5.1
Protective means
- Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with expelled parts been addressed?
3 to 9
9.6.1
Acoustic energy General
- Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with acoustic energy and vibration been
addressed?
3 to 9
9.6.2.2
Infrasound and
ultrasound energy
- Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with infrasound and ultrasound energy been
addressed?
3 to 9
9.7.2
Pneumatic and
hydraulic parts
- Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with pneumatic and hydraulic parts been
addressed?
3 to 9
9.7.4
Pressure rating of ME
equipment parts
- Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with pressure rating of MEE parts been
addressed?
3 to 9
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Evidence ISO
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9.7.6
Pressure-control
device
Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with pressure – control device been
addressed?
9.7.7
Pressure-relief device
9.8.1
Hazards associated
with support systems General
9.8.2
Tensile safety factor
Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with a pressure-relief device been addressed? 3 to 9
3 to 9
Have the risks caused by hazards arising from static, dynamic, vibration, impact and pressure loading,
foundation and other movements, temperature, environmental, manufacture and service conditions been
addressed?
Were all of the following failures considered: excessive deflection, plastic deformation, ductile or brittle
fracture, fatigue fracture, instability (buckling), stress-assisted corrosion cracking, wear, material creep,
and material deterioration?
Were the following residual stresses resulting from the manufacturing process, e.g. machining,
assembling, welding, heat treatment or surface coating considered?
3 to 9
When not according to Table 21, what alternative method was used to determine the tensile safety
factor?
Have the risks related to the value of the tensile factor been addressed?
9.8.3.1
Strength of patient or
operator support or
suspension systems General
Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with support or suspensions of the patient
(including particular applications) been addressed?
3 to 9
9.8.3.2
a&b
Static forces due to
loading from persons
Have the risks caused by mechanical hazards associated with static forces due to loading from persons
been addressed?
3 to 9
9.8.4.1
Systems with
mechanical protective
devices- General
Does the MEE use mechanical protective devices?
3 to 9
Mechanical protective
device intended for
single activation
Does the MEE use mechanical protective devices intended for single activation?
9.8.4.3
Does the mechanical protective device activate before travel (movement) produces an unacceptable
risk?
Where risks caused by mechanical hazards which have been reduced by the use of mechanical
protective devices intended for single activation:
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9.8.5
Subject
Systems without
mechanical protective
devices
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer determined that the use of mechanical protective devices in the MEE is not
required?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
4
Has the manufacturer justified the reasons not to use mechanical protective devices?
10 - Protection against unwanted and excessive radiation hazards
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of X-radiation in the risk management file?
3-9
10.1.2
ME equipment
intended to produce
diagnostic or
therapeutic X-radiation
10.2
Alpha, beta, gamma,
neutron and other
particle radiation
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of alpha, beta, gamma, neutron or other particle radiation in the risk management file?
3-9
10.3
Microwave radiation
3-9
10.5
Other visible
electromagnetic
radiation
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of microwave radiation in the risk management file?
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of visible electromagnetic radiation in the risk management file?
10.6
Infrared radiation
3-9
10.7
Ultraviolet radiation
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of infrared radiation in the risk management file?
When applicable, has the manufacturer identified hazards and hazardous situations associated with
production of ultraviolet radiation in the risk management file?
11 - Protection against excessive temperatures and other hazards
11.1.1
Maximum temperature during normal use
3-9
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Table 23
Table 24
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer identified parts of the ME Equipment that are likely to be touched in normal or
3-5
foreseeable misuse that can contact more than 10% of the surface area operator or patient’s body or
10% of the surface area of the patient’s or operator’s head?
Has the manufacturer identified the duration of continuous or aggregate contact?
Has the manufacturer identified and addressed such risks?
Has the RM process determined suitable limits for temperature based on the risk acceptability criteria
and risk benefit analysis in association with patient state of health and whether adult, paediatric or
neonate?
Has the manufacturer identified applied parts of the ME Equipment that can contact more than 10% of
3-9
the surface area operator or patient’s body or 10% of the surface area of the patient’s or operator’s head
during normal or foreseeable misuse?
Has the manufacturer identified the duration of continuous or aggregate contact of these applied parts?
Has the manufacturer identified and addressed such risks?
Has the RM process determined suitable limits for temperature based on the risk acceptability criteria?
If the temperature limits exceed the values in table 24 has a favourable risk benefit analysis in
association with patient state of health and whether adult, paediatric or neonate been documented?
Is any part of the ME Equipment intended to supply heat or otherwise intended to cool a patient?
3-4
Has the manufacturer identified and addressed the clinical risks associated with hazards?
Has the manufacturer disclosed such risks?
11.1.2.1
Applied parts intended
to supply heat to a
patient
11.1.2.2
Does the ME equipment have any applied parts that are not intended to heat or cool the patient that
Applied parts not
intended to supply heat could in normal or foreseeable misuse exceed 41 °C or cool below ambient temperature?
to a patient
Has the manufacturer identified hazardous situations that relate to maximum heating effect of nearby
Measurements
surfaces?
If no hazardous situations are apparent has the manufacturer made appropriate declarations in the
RMF?
Has the manufacturer identified all conditions of intended use and foreseeable misuse to determine
occurrence and duration of contact with parts and applied parts that could be touched?
11.1.3
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
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Has the manufacturer identified hazardous situations that relate to maximum heating effect of nearby
6.3
surfaces?
If no hazardous situations are apparent has the manufacturer made appropriate declarations in the
RMF?
Has the manufacturer identified all conditions of intended use and foreseeable misuse to determine
occurrence and duration of contact with parts and applied parts that could be touched?
Has the manufacturer identified that there is a risk of fire from an oxygen rich environment?
3-9
Where scenario number 3 is applicable, has the manufacturer conducted a risk assessment to determine
hazards associated with leaks or component failures causing a source of ignition been conducted?
11.1.3 e
Measurements
11.2.2.1
a&b
Risk of fire in an
oxygen rich
environment
11.3
Constructional
requirements for fire
enclosures of ME
equipment
11.5
ME equipment and ME Is the ME Equipment intended to (or can it through foreseeable misuse) come into contact with
flammable agents?
systems intended for
use in conjunction with
flammable agents
Does the ME Equipment require the handling of liquids in normal or foreseeable misuse?
Spillage on ME
Could the wetting of the ME equipment result in a hazardous situation?
equipment and ME
Has the manufacturer identified hazardous situations relating to the worst case volume and type of
system
liquid?
Has the manufacturer identified hazardous situations relating to the worst location for the equipment to
spill?
Has the manufacturer identified the parts of the ME equipment which may be subject to cleaning or
Cleaning and
disinfection in normal or foreseeable misuse and the type of cleaning or disinfection?
disinfection of ME
Based on the ESL of the ME equipment has the manufacturer extrapolated the number of cleaning
equipment and ME
processes to which the equipment will be subjected?
systems
Has the manufacturer identified all related hazards and addressed such risks in the RMF?
Has the manufacturer identified the parts of the ME equipment which may be subject to sterilization in
Sterilization of ME
normal or foreseeable misuse and the type of sterilization?
equipment and ME
systems
11.6.3
11.6.6
11.6.7
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Have the specific requirements of this clause been employed to comply with cl 13.1.2?
Has the manufacturer analysed and addressed risks of not complying with the constructional
requirements and showed than an equivalent level of risk / benefit has been provided?
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
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11.6.8
Subject
Compatibility with
substances used with
the ME equipment
12.1
Accuracy of controls
and instruments
12.3
Alarm systems
12.4.1
Intentional exceeding
of safety limits
12.4.2
Indication of
parameters relevant to
safety
12.4.3
Accidental selection of
excessive output
values
12.4.4
Incorrect output
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer identified all substances to which the ME Equipment may come into contact with
in normal or foreseeable misuse?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3-9
12 - Accuracy of controls and instruments and protection against hazardous outputs
Has the manufacturer identified all controls and instruments contained on the ME Equipment?
3-9
Has the manufacturer conducted a hazard analysis to identify the risks associated with the accuracy of
the above identified controls and instruments?
Has the manufacturer considered in their option analysis the inclusion of alarms as a means to mitigate 3-9
the risk of accuracy of controls and instruments for controlling hazards against hazardous outputs?
If yes, has the use of alarms been implemented as a means of mitigating the risk of accuracy of controls
and instruments for controlling hazards against hazardous outputs?
If yes, has the manufacturer in their risk analysis explored and addressed the hazards of operation or
failure of the alarm systems?
Does the residual risk of such hazards meet IEC 60601-1-8?
Has the manufacturer identified risks associated with the intentional exceeding of safety limits?
3-9
Has the manufacturer addressed such risks to comply with the manufacturer’s risk acceptability criteria?
Has the manufacturer identified all functions related to the delivery of energy or substances to the
3-9
patient?
Has the manufacturer explored such functions for hazardous situations in which these functions can
produce an output to the patient?
Has the manufacturer identified all features of the ME Equipment that provide an output to the patient for 3-9
therapeutic purposes?
Has the manufacturer identified which of these features have multiple purposes that require different
intensities for different treatments?
Has the manufacturer identified hazards associated with accidental selection of excessive output
values?
Has the manufacturer identified all features of the ME Equipment that provide an output?
3-9
Has the manufacturer identified hazards associated with incorrect output?
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12.4.5.2
12.4.5.3
12.4.5.4
12.4.6
Subject
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer identified if the product emits intentional X-ray radiation for diagnostic purposes?
Has the manufacturer identified and explored risks associated with emission of X-Ray radiation for
diagnostic purposes?
Has the manufacturer identified if the product is intended for radiotherapy purposes?
Radiotherapy
Has the manufacturer identified and explored risks associated with emission radiation for therapeutic
equipment
purposes?
Has the manufacturer identified if the product is intended for radiotherapy purposes?
Other ME equipment
producing diagnostic or Has the manufacturer identified and explored risks associated with emission radiation for therapeutic
purposes?
therapeutic radiation
Has the manufacturer identified if the equipment emits an acoustic pressure output?
Diagnostic or
Has the manufacturer identified and explored risks associated with emission of such acoustic pressure?
therapeutic acoustic
pressure
Diagnostic X-ray
equipment
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3-9
3-9
3-9
3-9
13 - Hazardous situations and fault conditions
13.2.6
Leakage of liquid
Has the manufacturer determined the appropriate test conditions for the evaluation of liquid leakage?
3-6
14 – Programmable electrical medical systems (PEMS)
14.1
14.2
Programmable
electrical medical
systems - General
Does the application of ISO 14971 demonstrate that the failure of the PESS does not lead to an unacceptable
RISK?
4
Programmable
electrical medical
systems Documentation
Have all PEMS records and documents been maintained and included in the risk management file?
3.4
5
4.2
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14.3
Programmable
electrical medical
systems - Risk
management plan
Does the risk management plan include a reference to the PEMS validation plan?
3.3
14.4
PEMS Development
Life Cycle
Does each milestone in the PEMS development life cycle identify the risk management activities that
must be completed before that milestone?
3
14.6.1
Identification of known
and foreseeable
hazards
Has the manufacturer considered those hazards associated with the software and hardware aspects of
the PEMS including those associated with Network/Data coupling and legacy subsystems?
4.3
14.6.2
Risk control
Has the manufacturer identified suitable tools and procedures to implement risk control measures?
6
Are these tools and procedures appropriate to ensure that each risk control measure effectively reduces
the identified risks?
14.7
Requirement
specification
Does the requirement specification include and distinguish any risk control measures?
6
14.8
Architecture
Does the architecture specification reduce the risk to an acceptable level, where appropriate, using
levels a) – f)?
4 to 6
Does the architecture specification take into consideration allocation of risk control measures?
14.9
14.10
Design and
Implementation
Is descriptive data regarding the design environment included in the risk management file?
Verification
Is the result of the verification activity documented?
4 and
6
4 to 6
Have all functions that implement risk control measures been verified?
14.11
Programmable
electrical medical
systems - PEMS
validation
Has the manufacturer documented the professional relationships of the members of the PEMS
Validation team with members of the design team?
Is a reference to the methods and results of the PEMS Validation included in the risk management file?
3.3
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15.1
Subject
Construction of ME
equipment Arrangements of
controls and indicators
of ME equipment
Considerations for application of RM criteria
15 - Construction of MEE
Has the manufacturer identified in the risk management process the risks associated with the
arrangement of controls and indicators?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3-8
If so, inspect for the arrangement of controls and indicators.
15.3.2
Push test
After the push test, were damages sustained that result in an unacceptable risk identified?
3 to 5
15.3.3
Impact test
After the impact test, were damages sustained that resulted in an unacceptable risk identified?
3 to 5
15.3.4.2
Portable ME
equipment
After the drop test, were damages sustained that resulted in an unacceptable risk identified?
3 to 5
15.3.5
Rough handling test
15.4.1
Construction of
connectors
After the rough handling test, were damages sustained that resulted in an unacceptable risk identified?
3 to 5
Has the manufacturer identified electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic or gas connection terminals and
3 to 9
connectors removable without the use of a tool where incorrect connection to other outlets intended for
other functions would not result in unacceptable risks?
If so, ensure that incorrect connection does not result in an unacceptable risk. (Gas connectors must
comply with item b) of this clause).
15.4.2.1
a
Temperature and
overload control
devices
Has the manufacturer identified in the risk management file, any automatic resetting thermal cut-outs
or over-current releases where their use would not result in an unacceptable risk?
3 to 4
If so, ensure that the resetting of these devices does not result in unacceptable risks.
- Application
15.4.2.1
b
Application
Has the manufacturer identified in the risk management file the use of thermal cut-outs with a safety
function?
If so, ensure that such components are not of the types that have to be reset by a soldering operation
that can affect the operating value.
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15.4.2.1
c
Application
15.4.2.1
d
Application
15.4.2.1
h
Application
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer identified the use of a thermostat in the MEE in the risk management file?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3 to 4
If so, inspect for an independent non-self-resetting thermal cut-out with a setting outside the maximum
range of the thermostat but within the safe temperature limit for its intended function.
Has the manufacturer identified that loss of function of the MEE could result in a hazardous situation?
3 to 4
If so, ensure that the operation of a thermal cut-out or over-current release does not result in an
unacceptable risk.
Has the manufacturer identified the need for fusing each lead for the use of tubular heating elements
in the risk management file?
3 to 5
If so, inspect for fuses in both leads and fault either lead to ground and ensure over-heating does not
occur.
15.4.3.1
Housing
Has the manufacturer identified the need for ventilated battery housings where gases that could result
in a hazard can escape during charging or discharging?
3 to 5
If so, inspect the battery housings for proper ventilation.
Has the manufacturer identified the need for battery polarity connection construction such that shortcircuiting is not possible?
If so, inspect the battery connection and ensure that incorrect connection is not possible.
15.4.3.5
Excessive current and
voltage protection
Has the manufacturer provided justification for the omission of fuses or over-current releases in the
risk management file?
3 to 5
If so, protection against fire caused by excessive currents is by inspection of the design and the risk
management file and no additional testing is required.
15.4.5
Pre-set controls
Where applicable, has the manufacturer addressed the risk associated with pre-set controls?
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15.4.7.3
b
Subject
Entry of liquids
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Has the manufacturer conducted risk analysis for foot operated control devices during their risk
management process?
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
3 to 4
If so, is the probability of occurrence of the intended normal use in areas where liquids are likely to be
found low enough such that foot-operated control devices that contain electrical circuits do not have to
be classified IPX6 according to IEC 60529?
If so, then perform testing at the manufacturer’s lesser IPX_ rating. Note IPX1 is the minimum rating.
If not, then verify compliance to IPX6 classification.
16 - ME Systems
16.1
General Requirements
for ME Systems
After installation or subsequent modification, does the ME system result in an unacceptable risk?
3 to 5
Have hazards arising from combining various equipment to constitute an ME system been considered?
Is the level of safety equivalent to ME system complying with this standard IEC 60601-1 within the patient
environment?
If the ME System is reconfigurable, have risk management methods been used to determine which
configurations constitute the highest risks and which measures are needed to ensure that the reconfiguration
does not constitute an unacceptable risk?
17 – Electromagnetic compatibility of MEE and MES
17
Electromagnetic
compatibility of ME
equipment and ME
systems
Does the risk management process address the risks associated with the electromagnetic phenomena existing
at the locations where the ME equipment or ME System is intended to be used as indicated in the
accompanying documents?
Does the risk management process address the risks associated with the introduction by the ME equipment or
ME system of electromagnetic phenomena into the environment that might degrade the performance of other
devices, electrical equipment, and systems?
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Subject
Considerations for application of RM criteria
Evidence ISO
14971: 2000
Note:
This document includes clauses from IEC 60601-1 which have guidance for inspection requirements of the manufacturer’s risk
management file, risk control measures and risk management process.
The document does not address other clauses from IEC 60601-1 which include key terms for example RISK (with or without qualifying
words such as unacceptable, acceptable and significant), HAZARD, HAZARDOUS SITUATION. These clauses do not necessarily
require the manufacturer to include them in their risk management process.
Additional information
The Task Force MEE Terms of Reference will basically be but not limited to:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Establish a consensus with methods acceptable to determine compliance with all the relevant clauses (related to ISO 14971) of IEC 606011 Ed. 3.
Develop a Guideline document & Work Instruction on how to implement the relevant clauses (related to ISO 14971) of IEC 60601-1 Ed. 3.
Develop a Checklist aiming at to assist ME Industry, Official Authorities and Stakeholders around the world, Testing Laboratories and
Certification Bodies to properly deal with Risk Management
Develop an addendum to the Test Report Form IEC 60601-1 to cover the overall requirements pertaining to ISO 14971.
To set up the content of possible trainings to cover Risk Management issues;
To be the Advisory Group on common understanding of ISO 14971 related to IEC 60601-1
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