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Test Report issued under the responsibility of:
TEST REPORT
IEC 60065
Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus - Safety requirements
Report Number. ............................... :
16044920 001
Date of issue .................................... :
2012-08-28
Total number of pages ..................... :
52 pages
Applicant’s name ............................. :
Seikaku Technical Group Limited
Offshore Chambers, P. O. Box 217 Apia, Samoa
Address ........................................... :
Test specification:
Standard .......................................... :
IEC 60065:2001 (Seventh Edition) + A1:2005 +A2:2010
Test procedure ................................ :
CB Scheme
Non-standard test method ............... :
N/A
Test Report Form No. ...................... :
IEC60065K
Test Report Form(s) Originator ........ :
Intertek Semko AB
Master TRF ...................................... :
Dated 2010-10
Copyright © 2010 Worldwide System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical
Equipment and Components (IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
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not assume liability for damages resulting from the reader's interpretation of the reproduced material due
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Scheme procedure 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 ........................ :
Public Address Amplifier
Trade Mark ...................................... :
SHOW
Manufacturer ................................... :
Same as applicant
Model/Type reference ...................... :
SA-450ARH, SA-450ARS, SA-450AR, SA-450M, SA-450MEC,
SA-450CD, SA-450CDH, SA-450USB
Ratings ............................................ : AC220-240V~, 50/60Hz, Power consumption: 45W,
DC12-18V, 3,5A
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List of Attachments (including a total number of pages in each attachment):
The complete report consists of 52 pages.
Photo documentation of 15 pages.
Summary of testing:
Tests performed (name of test and test
clause):
- 5 Durability of Marking Test
- 5.1 Input Current Test
- 7 Heating under Normal Operations
- 8.11 Vibration test
- 9.1.1.1 Determination of hazardous live parts
test
- 9.1.1.2 Determination of accessible parts
- 9.1.3 Pin test for opening
- 9.1.4 Pin test for terminals
- 9.1.7 Resistance to external Forces
- 10.1 Surge Test
- 10.2 Humidity Test
- 10.3 Insulation Resistance and electric
Strength
- 11.1 Touch current under Fault Conditions
- 11.2 Heating under Fault Conditions
- 12.1.3 Impact Test
- 12.1.4 Drop Test
- 13.2 Determination of operating voltages
- 13.3 Clearance
- 13.4 Creepage distance
Remark:
Models SA-450ARH and SA-450CDH were the
selected models for the tests.
Testing location:
TÜV Rheinland (Guangdong) Ltd.
No.199 Kezhu Road, Guangzhou Science City
510663 Guangzhou, CHINA
Summary of compliance with National Differences
EU Group Differences, EU Special National Conditions, EU A-Deviations.
AT, FI, PL, SE
AT=Austria, FI=Finland, PL= Poland, SE=Sweden.
All national differences of EU group were considered according to EN 60065 7th ed. 2002+
A1+A11+A2+A12, Annex ZB and Annex ZC on pages 37-52.
Copy of marking plates
All markings are printed on the outer enclosures of the apparatus.
For model SA-450ARH:
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Note:
This is representative label, models SA-450ARS, SA-450AR, SA-450M, SA-450MEC and SA450USB are identical to it except for model name.
For model SA-450CDH:
Note:
This is representative label, model SA-450CD is identical to it except for model name.
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Test item particulars ................................................... :
Classification of installation and use ........................... : Portable (Professional use only)
Supply Connection...................................................... : Non-detachable power cord
.................................................................................... :
Possible test case verdicts:
- test case does not apply to the test object ................ : N/A (Not Applicable)
- test object does meet the requirement ...................... : P (Pass)
- test object does not meet the requirement ................ : F (Fail)
Testing:
Date of receipt of test item ........................................... : 2012-08-28
Date (s) of performance of tests .................................. : 2012-08-28
General remarks:
The test 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 Issuing testing
laboratory.
"(see Enclosure #)" refers to additional information appended to the report.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
Throughout this report a
comma /
point is used as the decimal separator.
Manufacturer’s Declaration per sub-clause 6.2.5 of IECEE 02:
The application for obtaining a CB Test Certificate
includes more than one factory location and a
declaration from the Manufacturer stating that the
sample(s) submitted for evaluation is (are)
representative of the products from each factory has
been provided .............................................................. :
Yes
Not applicable
When differences exist; they shall be identified in the General product information section.
Name and address of factory (ies) ............................. : Dongguan Jingheng Electron Co., Ltd.
Shenshan Industrial City, Hengli Town, Dongguan,
Guangdong 523465, P. R. China
General product information:
1. The models SA-450ARH, SA-450ARS, SA-450AR, SA-450M, SA-450MEC, SA-450CD, SA-450CDH,
SA-450USB are multiplex professional public address amplifier, which will be supplied by AC or DC source.
2. Specified maximum ambient temperature is 35°C.
4. The enclosure is made of metal connected to protective earth.
Model difference:
1. SA-450CD and SA-450-CDH with same size and mains transformer.
2. SA-450ARH, SA-450ARS, SA-450AR, SA-450M, SA-450MEC and SA-450USB with same size and
mains transformer.
3. The difference of function is as below:
SA-450CD
TRF No. IEC60065K
Basic function
2MIC+1AUX
SIREN
√
√
CHIME
CD player
√
Cassette
MP3
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SA-450CDH
√
√
√
SA-450ARH
√
√
√
SA-450ARS
√
√
SA-450AR
√
√
SA-450MEC
√
√
SA-450M
√
SA-450USB
√
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√
√
√
√
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IEC 60065
Clause
Requirement + Test
3
General requirements
Safety class of the apparatus ................................. :
Result - Remark
Class I
Verdict
P
4
General test conditions
P
4.1.4
Ventilation instructions require the use of the test box Yes
P
5
Marking and instructions
P
5.1
5.2
5.3
Comprehensible and easily discernible
All markings are printed on
label pasted on outer
enclosures of the appliance.
P
Permanent durability against water and petroleum
spirit
After rubbing test by water and
petroleum spirit, the markings
are still easily discernible,
indelible and legible.
P
a) Identification, maker ............................................ :
Trade mark “SHOW” and
model no. are marked on the
front panel.
P
b) Model number or type reference ......................... :
SA-450ARH, SA-450ARS,
SA-450AR, SA-450M, SA450MEC, SA-450CD, SA450CDH, SA-450USB
P
c) Class II symbol if applicable ................................ :
Class I apparatus
d) Nature of supply................................................... :
IEC 60417-5032 symbol used
P
e) Rated supply voltage .......................................... :
220-240V~ or 12-18V
P
f) Mains frequency if safety dependant ................... :
50/60Hz for AC source
P
N/A
g) Rated current or power consumption for apparatus
supplied by supply apparatus for general use ........ :
N/A
Measured current or power consumption ............... :
N/A
Deviation % (max 10%) .......................................... :
N/A
h) Rated current or power consumption for apparatus intended for connection to an a.c. mains supply. :
AC source: 45W,
DC source: 3,5A.
P
Measured current or power consumption ............... :
(See appended table 7.1)
P
Measured current or power consumption for
Television set .......................................................... :
Not Television set.
Deviation % (max 10%) .......................................... :
(See appended table 7.1)
P
a) Earth terminal
Earth symbol applied.
P
b) Hazardous live terminals
No such terminals provided.
N/A
c) Markings on supply output terminals
No such terminals provided
N/A
a) Use of triangle with exclamation mark
The triangle symbols are used
on the circuit diagram for the
replaceable safety relevant
components.
TRF No. IEC60065K
N/A
P
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Result - Remark
b) marking on loudspeaker grille, IEC 60417-5036
N/A
5.4
Instructions for use
5.4.1
a) Mains powered equipment not exposed to dripping See user manual.
or splashing. Warning concerning objects filled with
liquid, etc.
5.4.2
Verdict
English.
Instruction in other language
shall be provided when
national approvals.
P
P
b) Hazardous live terminals, instructions for wiring
No such terminals provided.
N/A
c) Instructions for replacing lithium battery
No batteries provided.
N/A
d) Class I earth connection warning
IEC 60417-5019 symbol used
e) Instructions for multimedia system connection
Not multimedia system.
P
N/A
f) Special stability warning for attachment of the
apparatus to the floor/wall
N/A
g) Warning: battery exposure to heat
N/A
h) Warning: protective film on CRT face
No CRT provided.
a-b) Disconnect device: plug/coupler or all-pole
mains switch location, accessibility and markings
The mains plug was used as
disconnect device.
See user manual.
N/A
P
c) Instructions for permanently connected equipment Not permanently connected
equipment.
N/A
Marking, signal lamps or similar for completely
disconnection from the mains
N/A
The mains plug was used as
disconnect device.
6
Hazardous radiation
6.1
Ionizing radiation < 36 pA/kg (0,5 mR/h)
No ionizing radiation inside the
EUT.
N/A
Ionizing radiation under fault condition
See above.
N/A
Laser radiation, emission limits to IEC 60825-1:2007
................................................................................. :
Class 1 CD driver used.
P
Emission limits under fault conditions ..................... :
See above.
P
6.2
P
7
Heating under normal operating conditions
7.1
Temperature rises not exceeding specified values;
fuse links and other protective devices defeated
(see appended table)
P
7.1.1
Temperature rise of accessible parts
(see appended table)
P
7.1.2
Temperature rise of parts providing electrical
insulation
(see appended table)
P
7.1.3
Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or as a (see appended table)
mechanical barrier
P
7.1.4
Temperature rise of windings
(see appended table)
P
7.1.5
Parts not subject to a limit under 7.1.1 to 7.1.4
(see appended table)
P
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P
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IEC 60065
Clause
Requirement + Test
7.2
Softening temperature of insulating material
supporting parts conductively connected to the mains
carrying a current > 0,2 A at least 150 oC
8
Constructional requirements with regard to the protection against electric shock
P
8.1
Conductive parts covered by lacquer, paper,
untreated textile oxide films and beads etc.
considered to be bare
Enamel coating of winding and
the surface material of
electrolytic capacitors are not
considered as safety isolation.
P
8.2
No shock hazard when changing voltage setting
device, fuse-links or handling drawers etc.
Voltage selector is covered by
a metal case, which is fixed by
screws and not intended to be
operated by hand (only for
models SA-450CD, SA450CDH)
P
8.3
Insulation of hazardous live parts not provided by
hygroscopic material
No hygroscopic material used.
P
8.4
No risk of electric shock from accessible parts or
No such cover which can be
from parts rendered accessible following the removal removed by hand.
of a cover which can be removed by hand
8.5
Class I equipment
Basic insulation between hazardous live parts and
earthed accessible parts
8.6
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
N/A
P
The metal panel of appliance
is reliably earthed. Basic
insulation applied between
hazardous live parts and the
earthed metal panel.
P
Resistors bridging basic insulation complying with
14.1 a)
N/A
Capacitors bridging basic insulation complying with
14.2.1 a)
N/A
Protective earthing terminal
Protective earthing terminal
are fixed reliably.
P
Class II equipment and Class II constructions within
Class I equipment
See below.
P
Double or reinforced insulation between hazardous
live parts and accessible parts
Secondary circuit to primary
circuit is separated by
reinforced or double insulation.
(The insulation system of input
transformer is double
insulation system).
P
Components bridging double or reinforced insulation
complying with 14.1 a) or 14.3
The input transformer has
been tested during this
approval.
P
Basic insulation bridged by components complying
with 14.3.4.3.
TRF No. IEC60065K
N/A
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IEC 60065
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Basic and supplementary insulation each being
bridged by a capacitor complying with 14.1 a)
N/A
Double or reinforced insulation being bridged with 2
capacitors in series complying with 14.2.1 a)
N/A
Double or reinforced insulation being bridged with a
single capacitor complying with 14.2.1 b)
N/A
8.7
This clause is void
—
8.8
Basic or supplementary insulation > 0,4 mm (mm) :
Bobbin thickness between
primary winding and earthed
iron core: 0,75mm for input
transformer PT-30W and PT15E-220/230/240V.
P
Reinforced insulation > 0,4 mm (mm) ................... :
Bobbin thickness between
primary winding and
secondary winding: 1,5mm for
input transformer PT-15E220/230/240V.
P
Thin sheet insulation (excluding non-separable thin
sheet insulation. See 8.22)
See below
P
Basic or supplementary insulation, at least two
layers, each meeting 10.3
N/A
Basic or supplementary insulation, three layers any
two of which meet 10.3
N/A
Reinforced insulation, two layers each of which meet Two layers of insulation tapes
10.3
are used between primary
winding and secondary
winding for input transformer
PT-30W.
N/A
Reinforced insulation, three layers any two which
meet 10.3
8.9
8.10
8.11
P
Adequate insulation between internal hazardous live
conductors and accessible parts
The internal wires used in the
primary circuit, including the
lead wire between
transformer and power
switch, are the approved
basic insulation wire with
thickness more than 0,4mm,
used within an earthed metal
enclosure.
P
Adequate insulation between internal hazardous live
parts and conductors connected to accessible parts
See above.
P
Double insulation between conductors connected to
the mains and accessible parts.
See 8.6
P
Double insulation between internal hazardous live
parts and conductors connected to accessible parts.
See above
P
Detaching of wires
See below.
P
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IEC 60065
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
No undue reduction of creepages or clearance
distances if wires become detached
Wires adequately protected
against detachment by using
two independent mechanical
fixings.
P
Vibration test carried out ........................................ :
Vibration test is carried out
according to clause 12.1.2
P
8.12
This clause is void
—
8.13
Adequate fastening of windows, lenses, lamp covers No such parts that hazardous
etc. (pull test 20 N for 10 s)
live parts are rendered
accessible by their absence
are used.
P
8.14
Adequate fastening of covers (push/pull test 50 N for Enclosure of the appliance is
10 s)
tested with 50N for 10s, no
access to hazardous live
parts.
P
8.15
No risk of damage to the insulation of internal wiring
due to hot parts or sharp edges
Wires inside the appliance are
well secured, no risk of
damage to the internal wiring.
P
8.16
Only special supply equipment can be used
Supply from AC mains.
N/A
8.17
Insulated winding wire without additional interleaved
insulation
No triple insulted winding wire
provided.
N/A
8.18
Endurance test as required by 8.17
Test not required.
N/A
8.19
Disconnection from the mains
Mains plug was used as
disconnected device.
P
8.19.1
Disconnect device
See above.
P
All-pole switch or circuit breaker with >3mm contact
separation
N/A
8.19.2
Mains switch ON indication
N/A
8.20
Switch not fitted in the mains cord
N/A
8.21
Bridging components comply with clause 14
No such components
provided.
N/A
8.22
Non-separable thin sheet material
No such components
provided.
N/A
9
Electric shock hazard under normal operating conditions
P
9.1
Testing on the outside
P
9.1.1
For voltages >1000 V ac or >1500 V dc complies
with clause 13.3.1 for basic insulation
No such high voltage.
9.1.1.1
a) Open circuit voltages
The max. audio signal open
circuit voltage:
3,9Vpk for model SA-450ARH;
4,8Vpk for model SA-450CDH.
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N/A
P
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Clause
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Result - Remark
b) Touch current measured from terminal devices
using the network in annex D ................................ :
There are no bridging
components except for the
linear transformer, which is
used between the primary
circuit and the secondary
circuit.
Verdict
P
c) Discharge not exceeding 45 μC
N/A
d) Energy of discharge not exceeding 350 mJ
N/A
9.1.1.2
Test with test finger and test probe
No access to hazardous live
parts.
P
9.1.2
No hazardous live shafts of knobs, handles or levers
No such hazardous device.
P
9.1.3
Ventilation holes and other holes tested by means of No access to hazardous live
4 mm x 100 mm test pin
parts.
P
9.1.4
Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 20 mm test pin
(10 N); test probe D of IEC 61032
No such terminal
P
Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 100 mm
straight wire (1 N); test probe D of IEC 61032
See above.
P
9.1.5
Pre-set controls tested with 2.5 mm x 100 mm test
pin (10 N); test probe C of IEC 61032
No pre-set controls.
9.1.6
No shock hazard due to stored charge on withdrawal
of the mains plug; voltage (V) after 2 s .................. :
9.1.7
N/A
N/A
If C is not greater than 0,1 μF no test needed
P
Resistance to external forces
P
a) Test probe 11 of IEC 61032 for 10 s (50 N)
P
b) Test hook of fig. 4 for 10 s (20 N)
P
c) 30 mm diameter test tool for 5 s (100 or 250 N)
100N
9.2
No hazard after removing a cover by hand
The enclosure of the
appliance is fixed by screws,
no risk of removing by hand.
10
Insulation requirements
10.1
Insulation resistance (MΩ) at least 2 MΩ min. after
surge test for basic and 4 MΩ min. for reinforced
insulation ................................................................ :
Class I equipment
10.2
Humidity treatment 48 h or 120 h .......................... :
Performed for 48 h at
temperature 30°C and a
relative humidity 95%.
10.3
Insulation resistance and dielectric strength between (see appended table)
mains terminals
P
Insulation Resistance and dielectric strength across
BASIC or SUPPLEMENTARY insulation (Class I)
P
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P
N/A
P
Primary circuit to metal
enclosure which connect to
PE
N/A
P
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IEC 60065
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Insulation resistance and dielectric strength across
REINFORCED insulation (Class II)
(see appended table)
Verdict
P
11
Fault conditions
P
11.1
No shock hazard under fault condition
No electric shock during fault
operation. For details refer to
appended table 11.2.
P
11.2
Heating under fault condition
See below.
P
Flames extinguish within 10 seconds
No such flames
P
No hazard from softening solder
No solder point became soft.
P
Soldered terminations not used as protective
mechanism
P
11.2.1
Measurement of temperature rises
(see appended table)
P
11.2.2
Temperature rise of accessible parts
(see appended table)
P
11.2.3
Temperature rise of parts, other than windings and
printed boards, providing electrical insulation
(see appended table)
P
11.2.4
Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or
mechanical barrier
(see appended table)
P
11.2.5
Temperature rise of windings
(see appended table)
P
11.2.6
Temperature rise of printed boards shall not exceed
the limits of table 3 by max. 100 K for max. 5 min
No points on the PCB exceed
the limit.
N/A
Printed circuit boards (PCB) classified as V-0
according to 60695-11-10 or Clause G.1 may exceed
the limit in table 3 in case a) and b):
N/A
a) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards
exceeding the limits of table 3 by not more than
100 K for an area not greater than 2 cm² ............... :
N/A
b) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards
exceeding the limits of table 3 up to 300 K for an
area not greater than 2 cm² for a maximum of 5 min
N/A
Meets all the special conditions if conductors on
printed circuit boards are interrupted
N/A
Class I protective earthing maintained
P
11.2.7
Temperature rise of parts not subject to the limits of
11.2.1 to 11.2.6 shall not exceed the limits in table 3,
item e), "Fault conditions".
12
Mechanical strength
12.1.1
Bump test where mass >7 kg
Weight: max. 5,6kg (SA450CDH)
12.1.2
Vibration test
No damage.
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N/A
P
N/A
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Result - Remark
12.1.3
Impact hammer test
After test, dielectric strength
test of clause 10.3 is
performed. Result: no damage
in the sense of the standard.
P
Steel ball test
2J
P
12.1.4
Drop test for portable apparatus where mass ≤ 7 kg
Weight: max. 5,6kg (SA450CDH)
P
12.1.5
Thermoplastic enclosures stress relief test
Only metal enclosure used.
12.2
Fixing of knobs, push buttons, keys and levers
12.3
Remote controls with hazardous live parts
No remote controls provided.
N/A
12.4
Drawers (pull test 50 N, 10 s)
No drawers provided.
N/A
12.5
Antenna coaxial sockets providing isolation
No antenna coaxial sockets
provided.
N/A
12.6
Telescoping or rod antennas construction
Not such a construction.
N/A
12.6.1
Telescoping or rod antennas securement
13
Clearances and creepage distances
13.1
Clearances in accordance with 13.3
Clearance measured
according to annex E.
Pollution degree 2 was
considered.
P
Creepage distances in accordance with 13.4
Creepage distances measured
according to annex E.
Pollution degree 2 was
considered.
P
13.2
Determination of working voltage
For obtaining the operating
voltages the EUT was
connected to a 240 V TN
power system.
The highest operating
voltages are measured as
follows:
250Vrms, 420Vpk (linear
transformer).
P
13.3
Clearances
P
13.3.1
General
P
13.3.2
Circuits conductively connected to the mains comply
with table 8 and, where applicable, table 9............. :
13.3.3
Circuits not conductively connected to the mains
comply with table 10
N/A
13.3.4
Measurement of transient voltages
N/A
13.4
Creepage distances
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N/A
P
N/A
P
(see appended table)
(see appended table)
P
P
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Creepage distances greater than table 11 minimum
values
Verdict
P
13.5
Printed boards
N/A
13.5.1
Clearances and creepage distances between
conductors on printed circuit boards, one of which
may be conductively connected to the mains, as in
fig. 10
N/A
13.5.2
Type B coated printed circuit boards complying with
IEC 60664-3 (basic insulation only)
N/A
13.6
Conductive parts along uncemented joints
No such parts provided.
clearances and creepage distances comply with 13.3
and 13.4
N/A
Conductive parts along reliably cemented joints
comply with 8.8
N/A
Temperature cycle test and dielectric strength test
N/A
500V test for transformers, magnetic coupler and
similar devices, if insulation is relied upon for safety
13.7
Enclosed, enveloped or hermetically sealed parts not
conductively connected to the mains, clearances and
creepage distances as in table 12
13.8
Parts filled with insulating compound, meeting the
requirements of 8.8
14
Components
14.1
Resistors
a) Resistors between hazardous live parts and
accessible metal parts
14.2
Not such a construction.
N/A
N/A
No such parts provided.
N/A
P
N/A
No such resistors provided.
N/A
b) Resistors, other than between hazardous live
parts and accessible parts
N/A
Resistors separately approved .............................. :
N/A
Capacitors and RC units
P
Capacitors separately approved :
N/A
14.2.1
Y capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14:2005 ............. :
No such capacitors provided.
N/A
14.2.2
X capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14:2005 ............. :
No such capacitors provided.
N/A
14.2.3
Capacitors operating at mains frequency but not
connected to the mains: tests for X2 ...................... :
No such capacitors provided.
N/A
14.2.5
Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm³, where Volume of other capacitors not
short-circuit current exceeds 0,2 A: compliance with exceed 1750mm3
IEC 60384-1, 4.38 category B or better .................. :
N/A
Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm³,
mounted closer to a potential ignition source than
table 5 permits: compliance with IEC 60384-1, 4.38
category B or better ............................................... :
N/A
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Shielded by a barrier acc. to 20.1.4/ table 21 or metal Electrolytic capacitors
................................................................................ :
provided with metal can.
P
Inductors and windings
P
Comply with IEC 61558-1, IEC 61558-2
(as relevant) and clause 20.1.4
14.3.1
14.3.2
Verdict
N/A
Transformers and inductors marked with
manufacturer's name and type .............................. :
The input transformer is
marked with type and
manufacturer information (as
code), provided as label on
surface.
Transformers and inductors separately approved . :
Tested with appliance.
P
N/A
General
P
Insulation material complies with clause 20.1.4
P
14.3.3
Constructional requirements
P
14.3.3.1
Clearances and creepage distances comply with
clause 13
14.3.3.2
Transformers meet the constructional requirements
P
14.3.4
Separation between windings
P
14.3.4.1
Class II transformers have adequate separation
between hazardous live parts and accessible parts
(double or reinforced insulation) ............................. :
Reinforced or double
insulation between primary
windings/parts and secondary
windings/parts. Details see
appended table 13.3 and 13.4.
Coil formers and partition walls > 0,4 mm
Bobbin thickness between
primary winding and
secondary winding: 1,5mm
N/A
14.3.4.2
Class I transformers, with basic insulation and
protective screening only if all 7 conditions of
14.3.4.2 are met
Not a Class I transformer
design.
N/A
14.3.4.3
Separating transformers with at least basic insulation Not such a transformer
design.
14.3.5
Insulation between HAZARDOUS LIVE parts and
ACCESSIBLE parts
14.3.5.1
Class II transformers have adequate insulation
between hazardous live parts and accessible parts
(double or reinforced insulation)
(see appended table 13.3 and
13.4)
Class I transformers have adequate insulation
between hazardous live parts and accessible
conductive parts or those conductive parts or
protective screens connected to a protective earth
terminal
Winding wires connected to protective earth have
adequate current-carrying capacity
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N/A
P
See subclause 14.3.4.1
above.
Coil formers and partition walls > 0,4 mm
14.3.5.2
P
P
N/A
Not a Class I transformer
design.
N/A
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14.4
High voltage components
No component operating at
voltages exceeding 4 kV.
Verdict
N/A
High-voltage components and assemblies: U > 4 kV
(peak) separately approved
N/A
Component meets category V-1 of IEC 60707
N/A
14.4.1
High voltage transformers and multipliers tested as
part of the submission
N/A
14.4.2
High voltage assemblies and other parts tested as
part of the submission
N/A
14.5
Protective devices
14.5.1.1
P
Protective devices used within their ratings
See below.
P
External clearances and creepage distances meet
requirement of clause 13 for the voltage across the
device when opened
See subclause 14.5.2.1.
P
a) Thermal cut-outs separately approved
(See appended table)
P
b) Thermal cut-outs tested as part of the submission
14.5.1.2
a) Thermal links separately approved
N/A
No such components
provided.
b) Thermal links tested as part of the submission
N/A
N/A
14.5.1.3
Thermal devices re-settable by soldering
No such components
provided.
N/A
14.5.2.1
Fuse-links in the mains circuit according to IEC
60127
Fuse link sources comply with
IEC 60127-3. For source
details refer to appended table
14.
P
14.5.2.2
Correct marking of fuse-links adjacent to holder ... :
AC fuse marked on rear panel
closed fuse holder:
Fuse: T800mAL 250V
(SA-450CD, SA-450CDH)
DC Fuse located closed fuse
holder:
DC FUSE: T6,3A 250V
(SA-450CD, SA-450CDH),
5A 250V (other models).
P
14.5.2.3
Not possible to connect fuses in parallel ............... :
Fuse holder is used.
P
14.5.2.4
Not possible to touch hazardous live parts when
replacing fuse-links without the use of a tool ......... :
14.5.3
PTC thermistors comply with IEC 60730-1:2007
P
No such components
provided.
PTC devices (15 W) category V-1 or better
N/A
N/A
14.5.4
Circuit protectors have adequate breaking capacity
and their position is correctly marked
No such components
provided.
P
14.6
Switches
(see appended table)
P
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14.6.1 a)
Separate testing to IEC 61058-1 including:
- 10 000 operations
- Normal pollution suitability
- Make and break speed independent of speed of
actuation
V-0 compliance with annex G, G.1.1
VDE approved.
10000 operating cycles;
normal pollution situation, level
3; and flammability material of
plastic material V-0, UL
approved.
(see appended table)
14.6.1 b)
Tested in the apparatus:
Approved switch used.
Verdict
P
N/A
Switch controlling > 0.2A with open contact voltage
> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3, 14.6.4
and V-0 in annex G, G.1.1
N/A
Switch controlling > 0.2A with open contact voltage
< 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3 and V-0
in annex G, G.1.1
N/A
Switch controlling < 0.2A with open contact voltage
> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.4 and
V-0 in annex G, G.1.1
N/A
14.6.2
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) constructed to IEC 610581 subclause 13.1 and has making/breaking action
independent of speed of actuation
N/A
14.6.3
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) compliant with IEC 610581 subclause 16.2.2 d) and m) not attaining
excessive temperatures in use
N/A
14.6.4
Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) has adequate dielectric
strength
N/A
14.6.5
Mains switch controlling mains socket outlets
additional tests to IEC 61058-1
N/A
Socket outlet current marking correct
N/A
Safety interlocks
N/A
14.7
14.8
Safety interlocks to 2.8 of IEC 60950-1
No safety interlocks provided.
Voltage setting devices and the like
VDE approved (only for
SA450CD, SA-450CDH).
P
Voltage setting device not likely to be changed
accidentally
The device lie on the bottom
enclosure and it cannot be
changed accidentally.
P
14.9
Motors
14.9.1
Endurance test on motors
N/A
P
DC-motor used in secondary
circuit.
N/A
Motor start test
N/A
Dielectric strength test
N/A
14.9.2
Not adversely affected by oil or grease etc.
P
14.9.3
Protection against moving parts
P
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14.9.4
Motors with phase-shifting capacitors, three-phase
motors and series motors meet clause. B.8, B.9 and
B.10 of IEC 60950-1, Annex B
N/A
14.10
Batteries
N/A
14.10.1
Batteries mounted with no risk of accumulation of
flammable gases
14.10.2
No possibility of recharging non-rechargeable
batteries
N/A
14.10.3
Recharging currents and times within manufacturers
limits
N/A
Lithium batteries discharge and reverse currents
within the manufacturers limits
N/A
14.10.4
Battery mould stress relief
N/A
14.10.5
Battery drop test
N/A
14.11
Optocouplers
No batteries provided.
No opto-coupler used.
a) Comply with 13.6 (jointed insulation) and N.2.1
b) Comply with IEC 60747-5-5:2007
14.12
Verdict
N/A
N/A
N/A
(See append table)
N/A
Alternative to a) and b) optocoupler comply with 13.8
N/A
a) Comply with 13.6 (jointed insulation) and N.2.1
N/A
Surge suppression varistors
No such component used.
N/A
Comply with IEC 61051-2
N/A
Not connected between mains and accessible parts
except for earthed parts of permanently connected
apparatus
N/A
Complies with the current pulse, fire hazard and
thermal stress requirements of 14.12
N/A
15
Terminals
15.1.1
Mains plug, appliance inlet, interconnection couplers
and mains socket-outlet meet the appropriate
standard
Approved non-detachable
power cord with plug provided.
Details see table 14.
Overloading of plugs or appliance inlets prevented if
the apparatus has mains socket outlets
No mains socket outlets
N/A
Overloading of internal wiring prevented if the
apparatus has mains socket outlets
No mains socket outlets
N/A
15.1.2
P
Connectors for antenna, earth, audio, video or
data
P
No risk of insertion in mains socket-outlets
No such connectors.
No risk of insertion into audio- or video- outlets
marked with the symbol of 5.2
Mis-mating of connectors is
prevented by its incompatible
form or location.
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N/A
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15.1.3
Output terminals of a.c. adaptors or similar devices
not compatible with household mains socket-outlets
No such output terminal
15.2
Provision for protective earthing
Verdict
N/A
P
Accessible conductive parts of Class I equipment
reliably connected to earth terminal, within
equipment
Metal enclosure of the
appliance is reliably connected
to the protective earth.
P
Protective earth conductors correctly coloured
Green / Yellow wire used.
P
Equipment with non-detachable mains cord provided
with separate protective earth terminal near mains
input
N/A
Protective earth terminal resistant to corrosion
Earth resistance test: < 0,1  at 25 A ................... :
15.3
Terminals for external flexible cords and for
permanent connection to the mains supply
15.3.1
Adequate terminals for connection of permanent
wiring
15.3.2
Reliable connection of non-detachable cords
Not soldered to conductors of a printed circuit board
P
0,06
P
P
Not permanent connection
N/A
P
Double fixing methods used,
not possible to become
detached.
Adequate clearances and creepage distances
between connections should a wire break away
P
P
Wire secured by additional means to the
conductor
Wire anchorage used.
15.3.3
Screws and nuts clamping conductors have
adequate threads: ISO 261, ISO 262 or similar
No such fixing.
N/A
15.3.4
Soldered conductors wrapped around terminal prior
to soldering or held in place by additional means
Double fixing methods used.
N/A
Clamping of conductor and insulation if not soldered
or held by screws
15.3.5
Terminals allow connection of appropriate crosssectional area of conductors, for the rated current of
the equipment
15.3.6
Terminals to 15.3.3 have sizes required by table 16
15.3.7
Terminals clamp conductors between metal and
have adequate pressure
P
N/A
The max. rated current: 0,2A,
and 0,75mm2 power cord
used.
P
N/A
No such terminals.
N/A
Terminals designed to avoid conductor slipping out
when tightened or loosened
N/A
Terminals adequately fixed to avoid loosening when
the clamping is tightened or loosened and stress on
internal wiring is avoided
N/A
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15.3.8
Terminals carrying a current more than 0,2 A:
contact pressure not transmitted by insulating
material except ceramic
15.3.9
Termination of non-detachable cords: wires
terminated near to each other
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
The equipment was provided
with non-detachable cords.
Terminals located and shielded: test with 8 mm
strand
P
P
15.4
Devices forming a part of the mains plug
N/A
15.4.1
No undue strain on mains socket-outlets
15.4.2
Device complies with standard for dimensions of
mains plugs
N/A
15.4.3
Device has adequate mechanical strength (tests
a,b,c)
N/A
16
External flexible cords
P
16.1
(See appended table)
Mains cords sheathed type, complying with
IEC 60227 for PVC or IEC 60245 for synthetic rubber
cords ...................................................................... :
P
Non-detachable cords for Class I have green/yellow
core for protective earth
P
The appliance is not direct
plug-in device.
Normal cross section is
0,75mm2; the rated current
was max. 0,2A.
N/A
16.2
Mains cords conductors have adequate crosssectional area for rated current consumption of the
equipment
16.3
a) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, used for
interconnections between separate units of
equipment used in combination and carrying
hazardous live voltages, have adequate dielectric
strength
N/A
b) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, withstand
bending and mechanical stress (3.2 of IEC 60227-2)
N/A
16.4
Flexible cords used for connection between
equipment have adequate cross-sectional areas to
avoid temperature rise under normal and fault
conditions
N/A
16.5
Adequate strain relief on external flexible cords
Cord anchorage used on
external flexible cord. It
provided adequate strain
relief.
P
Not possible to push cord back into equipment
Displaced by 1,0mm.
P
P
Strain relief device unlikely to damage flexible
cord
P
For mains cords of Class I equipment, hazardous live
conductors become taut before earth conductor
P
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16.6
Apertures for external flexible cord: no risk of
damage to the cord during assembly or movement in
use
16.7
Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers
fitted with detachable cord set with appliance inlet to
IEC 60320-1
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Non-detachable power cord
used.
Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers
fitted with detachable cord sets or with means of
stowage to protect the cord
N/A
N/A
17
Electrical connections and mechanical fixings
P
17.1
Torque test to table 20
P
- screws into metal: 5 times
Screws installed on the back
metal enclosure of the
appliance are Ф4mm. Tested
with 1,2Nm for 5 times.
P
- screws into non-metallic material: 10 times
N/A
17.2
Correct introduction into female threads in nonmetallic material
N/A
17.3
Cover fixing screws: captive
No captive screws used.
Non-captive fixing screws: no hazard when replaced
by a screw whose length is 10 times its diameter
The Cl. & Cr. distance are not
less than the requirement after
replacement by a screw
whose length is 10 times its
diameter.
P
17.4
No loosening of conductive parts carrying a current
> 0,2 A
All conductive parts are well
secured.
P
17.5
Contact pressure not transmitted through plastic
other than ceramic for connections carrying a current
> 0,2 A
P
17.6
Stranded conductors of flexible supply cords carrying
a current > 0,2 A with screw terminals not
consolidated by solder
N/A
17.7
Cover fixing devices other than screws have
adequate strength and their positioning is
unambiguous
17.8
Fixing devices for detachable legs or stands
provided
17.9
Internal pluggable connections, affecting safety,
unlikely to become disconnected
18
Mechanical strength of picture tubes and protection against the effects of implosion
N/A
18.1
Picture tube separately approved to IEC 61965 .... :
N/A
Picture tube separately approved to 18.2 .............. :
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enclosure.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tested with 2N force, no
disconnection occurred.
No picture tube.
P
N/A
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18.2
Non-intrinsically protected tubes tested to 18.2
19
Stability and mechanical hazards
Mass of the equipment exceeding 7 kg ................. :
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
P
Weight: max. 5,6kg.
N/A
Apparatus intended to be fastened in place – suitable The apparatus is not intended
instructions ............................................................. :
to be fastened in place.
N/A
19.1
Test on a plane, inclined at 10o to the horizontal
N/A
19.2
100 N force applied vertically downwards
N/A
19.3
100 N force, or 13% of weight, applied horizontally to
point of least stability
N/A
19.4
Edges or corners not hazardous
19.5
Glass surfaces (exc.laminated) with an area
No glass surface used.
exceeding 0,1 m² or maximum dimension > 450 mm,
pass the test of 19.5.1
N/A
19.6
Wall or ceiling mountings adequate
N/A
20
Resistance to fire
P
20.1
Electrical components and mechanical parts
P
Edges or corners are smooth
and rounded.
a) Exemption for components contained in an
enclosure of material V-0 to IEC 60695-11-10 with
openings not exceeding 1 mm in width
P
N/A
b) Exemption for small components as defined in
20.1
Small components mounted
on a PCB with rating as
described in table 14.
Furthermore, refer to subclause 20.1.4.
P
20.1.1
Electrical components meet the requirements of
Clause 14 or 20.1.4
See subclauses 14 and
20.1.4.
P
20.1.2
Insulation of internal wiring working at voltages
> 4 kV or leaving an internal fire enclosure, or
located within the areas mentioned in Table 21, not
contributing to the spread of fire
Internal wiring working at
voltages not exceeding 4 kV.
N/A
20.1.3
Material of printed circuit boards on which the
available power exceeds 15 W at a voltage between
50 V and 400 V (peak) a.c. or d.c. meets V-1 or
better to IEC 60707, unless used in a fire enclosure
Flammability of PCB: V-0 or
better.
P
Material of printed circuit boards on which the
available power exceeds 15 W at a voltage >400 V
(peak) a.c. or d.c. meets V-0 to IEC 60707
Flammability of PCB: V-0.
P
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20.1.4
Components and parts not covered by 20.1.1, 20.1.2 (See table 14)
and 20.1.3 (other than fire enclosures) mounted
nearer to a potential ignition source than the
distances in Table 21 comply with the relevant
flammability category in Table 21
P
Components and parts as above but shielded from a The enclosure of the
appliance is made of metal.
potential ignition source, with the barrier area in
accordance with Table 21 and fig. 13
P
Apparatus with voltages >4kV under normal
operating conditions and distances to the enclosure
exceed those specified Table 21, flammability
classification HB40 or better is required for the
enclosure
N/A
20.2
Fire enclosure
N/A
20.2.1
Potential ignition sources with open circuit voltage
> 4 kV (peak) a.c. or d.c. contained in a fire
enclosure to V-1
20.2.2
Internal fire enclosures with openings not exceeding
1 mm in width and with openings for wires
completely filled
N/A
20.2.3
Requirements of 20.2.1 and 20.2.2 met by an
internal fire enclosure
N/A
A
Annex A, Additional requirements for apparatus with protection against splashing
water
N/A
A.5
Marking and instructions
N/A
A.5.1
j) Marked with IPX4 (IEC 60529), 5.4.1 a) does not
apply
N/A
A.10
Insulation requirements
N/A
A.10.2
Splash and humidity treatment
N/A
A.10.2.1
Enclosure provides protection against splashing
water
N/A
A.10.2.2
Humidity treatment carried out for 7 days
N/A
B
Annex B, Apparatus to be connected to the TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 1
N/A
No such high voltage.
The enclosure of the
appliance is made of metal.
IPX0
No TNV.
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 2
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 3 but with 3.5.4
modified to 2.4.10 of this standard
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 4 but with 4.1.2,
4.1.3 and 4.2.1.2 modified in accordance with annex
B of this standard
N/A
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Verdict
Complies with IEC 62151 cause 5 but with 5.3.1
modified in accordance with annex B of this
standard
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 6
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 clause 7
N/A
Complies with IEC 62151 annex A, B and C
N/A
L
ANNEX L, Additional requirements for electronic flash apparatus for photographic
purposes
N/A
L. 5
Marking and instructions
N/A
L. 5.4
Instructions for battery chargers and Supply
apparatus indicating type or model number of flash
apparatus with which it is to be used
No such equipment.
N/A
Instructions for flash apparatus indicating type or
model number of battery chargers or Supply
apparatus with which it is to be used
N/A
L. 7
Heating under normal operating conditions
N/A
L7.1.5 &
L11.2.7
Lithium batteries meet permissible temp rise in Table
3, unless comply with 6.2.2.1 or 6.2.2.2 of IEC
60086-4
N/A
L. 9
Electric shock hazard under normal operating
conditions
N/A
L. 9.1.1
Terminals to connection to synchroniser not
HAZARDOUS LIVE
N/A
L.10
Insulation requirements
N/A
L. 10.3.2
High frequency puls ignition
N/A
L. 12
Mechanical strength
N/A
L. 12.1.3
Windows for flash tubes are excluded from steel ball
impact test
N/A
L. 14
Components
N/A
L14.6.6
Mains switch characteristics appropriate to its
function under normal conditions
N/A
L. 20
Resistance to fire
N/A
L. 20.1 c)
Trigger coil for discharge purpose is not considered
to be a POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCE
N/A
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P
Power consumption in the OFF/Stand-by mode of
the functional switch (W) ........................................ :
0W/ --
Model: SA-450ARH
Pout Operating Condition / Status
(W)
Cond.
Un (V)
Hz
In (A)
Pn (W)
Uout (V)
1
AC264,0
50
0,10
23,0
3,0
2,3
2
AC240,0
50
0,08
18,0
2,6
1,7
3
AC220,0
50
0,07
16,0
2,5
1,6
4
AC198,0
50
0,06
14,0
2,3
1,4
5
DC19,8V
--
0,6
11,0
1,8
1,2
6
DC18,0V
--
0,7
13,3
2,5
1,6
Mic input 14,5mV pink noise, the volume
is adjusted to a suitable position. Load:
4Ω. 1/8 non-clipped output power.
Test time: 3 hrs.
Loudspeaker impedance (Ω) ................................. :
Low: 4Ω
—
Several loudspeaker systems ................................. :
1
—
Marking of loudspeaker terminals ........................... :
+/-
—
Temperature Rise dT of Part
Limit max dT
(K)
dT (K)
Test Condition No.
1
5
--
Primary winding of input transformer
33,7
6,2
55
Secondary winding of input transformer
32,5
6,4
55
Iron core of input transformer
31,0
7,0
55
Primary lead wire
14,8
6,0
70
Capacitor C31
33,0
11,8
50
PCB under D2
56,5
10,8
95
PCB under U1
37,8
29,3
95
Power switch
5,9
3,6
50
MIC surface
5,6
2,8
40
Outside enclosure (top, near transformer)
12,0
4,9
40
Outside enclosure (front panel)
8,4
3,5
40
Outside enclosure (bottom)
15,7
6,2
40
Outside enclosure (rear panel, near heat sink)
33,6
16,7
40
24,6
17,0
—
24,6
17,8
—
Winding temperature rise measurements
o
Ambient temperature t1 ( C) ....................... :
o
Ambient temperature t2 ( C) ....................... :
Temperature rise dT of winding:
dT = (R2 – R1) x (234.5 + t1) – (t2 – t1)
R1
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R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
dT (K)
Limit max (K)
Insulation class
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Primary winding of the input transformer
(AC264,0V, 50Hz)
64,9
76,3
45,6
65
Class A
Secondary winding of the input
transformer (AC264,0V, 50Hz)
0,27
0,32
43,2
65
Class A
NOTE:
According to the user manual, the appliance is intended to be used in moderate climate, so the basic ambient
temperature is 35°C, The max. temperature rise is calculated as follows:
▪ Winding components:
Class A  dTmax = 65K -10K =55K(10°C decreased by thermal coupler method)
-
- Class A  dTmax = 65K (thermal resistor method)
▪ Components with T-marking:
Electrolytic capacitor(C31) with T-marking of 85°C: dT max=(85-35)K=50K
PCB with T- marking of 130°C: dT max=(130-35)K=95K
Lead wire with T- marking of 85°C: dT max=(85-35)K=50K
Power switch with T- marking of 85°C: dT max=(85-35)K=50K
Other:
Metal enclosure outside: dT max=(85-35)K=40K
7.1
TABLE: temperature rise measurements:
P
Power consumption in the OFF/Stand-by mode of
the functional switch (W) ........................................ :
0W/ --
Model: SA-450CDH
Pout Operating Condition / Status
(W)
Cond.
Un (V)
Hz
In (A)
Pn (W)
Uout (V)
1
AC264,0
50
0,25
49,3
3,0
4,5
2
AC240,0
50
0,24
42,5
2,6
4,3
3
AC220,0
50
0,22
35,6
2,5
3,4
4
AC198,0
50
0,21
30,8
2,3
3,2
5
DC19,8V
--
1,2
21,4
1,8
1,6
6
DC18V
--
1,2
22,6
2,5
2,6
Mic input 14,5mV pink noise, the volume
is adjusted to a suitable position. Load:
2Ω. 1/8 non-clipped output power.
Test time: 3 hrs.
Loudspeaker impedance (Ω) ................................. :
Low: 2Ω
—
Several loudspeaker systems ................................. :
1
—
Marking of loudspeaker terminals ........................... :
+/-
—
Temperature Rise dT of Part
Test Condition No.
Limit max dT
(K)
dT (K)
1
5
--
Primary winding of input transformer
41,2
10,8
55
Secondary winding of input transformer
40,9
11,4
55
Iron core of input transformer
34,0
11,4
55
Primary lead wire
18,6
11,0
70
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Capacitor C102
26,6
23,8
50
PCB under D101
52,6
22,2
95
PCB under IC101
70,7
52,7
95
PCB under Q101
54,1
46,1
95
Power switch
5,4
43,8
50
MIC surface
3,5
6,3
40
Outside enclosure (top, near transformer)
29,0
5,1
40
Outside enclosure (front panel)
7,4
15,9
40
Outside enclosure (bottom)
19,4
9,9
40
Ambient temperature t1 (oC) ....................... :
24,0
17,5
—
Ambient temperature t2 (oC) ....................... :
24,5
19,8
—
Winding temperature rise measurements
Temperature rise dT of winding:
dT = (R2 – R1) x (234.5 + t1) – (t2 – t1)
R1
R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
dT (K)
Limit max (K)
Insulation class
Primary winding of the input transformer
(AC264,0V, 50Hz)
13,5
16,2
51,2
65
Class A
Secondary winding of the input
transformer (AC264,0V, 50Hz)
0,14
0,17
49,4
65
Class A
NOTE:
According to the user manual, the appliance is intended to be used in moderate climate, so the basic ambient
temperature is 35°C, The max. temperature rise is calculated as follows:
▪ Winding components:
-
Class A  dTmax = 65K -10K =55K(10°C decreased by thermal coupler method)
- Class A  dTmax = 65K (thermal resistor method)
▪ Components with T-marking:
Electrolytic capacitor(C31) with T-marking of 85°C: dT max=(85-35)K=50K
dT max=(130-35)K=95K
PCB with T- marking of 130°C:
Primary lead wire with T- marking of 105°C:
dT max=(105-35)K=70K
Power switch with T- marking of 85°C: dT max=(85-35)K=50K
Other:
Metal enclosure outside: dT max=(85-35)K=40K
7.2
TABLE: softening temperature of thermoplastics
Temperature T of part
T - normal conditions (oC)
N/A
T - fault conditions (oC)
Min T softening
(oC)
Note: --
10.3
TABLE: insulation resistance measurements
Insulation resistance R between:
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P
R (MΩ)
Required R (MΩ)
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Insulation resistance R between:
R (MΩ)
Required R (MΩ)
Between mains poles (thermal link disconnected for model
SA-450ARH)
10
2
Between mains poles (AC current fuse disconnected for model
SA-450CDH)
10
2
Between primary circuit and accessible part (earthed)
10
2
Between primary circuit and accessible terminal (non-earthed)
100
4
Between primary winding and secondary winding
100
4
Between primary winding and iron core
10
2
1 layers insulation tape
100
4
Unit
Input transformer
Note: The input transformer iron core was earthed.
10.3
TABLE: electric strength measurements
Test voltage applied between:
P
Test voltage (V)
Breakdown
Between mains poles (thermal link disconnected for model
SA-450ARH)
AC 1500
No
Between mains poles (AC current fuse disconnected for
model SA-450CDH)
AC 1500
No
Between primary circuit and accessible part (earthed)
AC 1500
No
Between primary circuit and accessible terminal (non-earthed)
AC 3000
No
Between primary winding and secondary winding
AC 3000
No
Between primary winding and iron core
AC 1500
No
1 layers insulation tape
AC 3000
No
Unit:
Input transformer
Note: The input transformer iron core was earthed.
11.2
TABLE: summary of fault condition tests
P
Voltage (V) 0,9 or 1,1 times rated voltage:
240X1,1=264V or
220X0,9=198V
—
Frequency (Hz) ……………………..:
50/60Hz
—
Ambient temperature (°C) .................................... : 35
—
Model SA-450CDH
No Component
Fault
D101
S-C
1
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dT (K) / Component
Other results (include description and
test duration)
Input voltage: 198V, AC fuse (800mA)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
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C101
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, DC fuse (6,3A)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
3
C104
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, DC fuse (6,3A)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
4
R105
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, DC fuse (6,3A)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
5
C110
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, DC fuse (6,3A)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
6
IC101 (pin 35)
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, mains current:
0,25A0, IC101 protected, 10 minutes,
no hazards, pass.
7
IC101 (pin 10- S-C
11)
Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,25A,
10 minutes, no hazards, pass.
8
IC101 (pin 410)
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,25A,
10 minutes, no hazards, pass.
9
IC101 (pin 410)
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, AC fuse (800mA)
opened immediately, no hazard, pass.
10
Misuse
Voltage
selector set to
115V
11
Output
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S-C
Primary winding of transformer Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,49A,
time: 3hrs, no hazard, pass.
dt= 58,4K
Secondary winding of
transformer dt= 57,5K
Iron core of transformer dt=
44,4K
Primary lead wire dt= 23,1K
PCB under D101 dt= 56,5K
PCB under IC101 dt= 66,8K
Enclosure (top, near heat sink)
dt= 26,3K
Enclosure (bottom, near
transformer) dt= 23,7K
Primary winding of transformer Input voltage: 264V, AC current: 0,21A,
time: 2,5hrs, no hazard, pass.
dt= 33,6K
Secondary winding of
transformer dt= 33,3K
Iron core of transformer dt=
28,6K
Primary lead wire dt= 15,5K
PCB under IC101 dt= 58,4K
PCB under Q101 dt= 46,9K
Enclosure (top, near heat sink)
dt= 24,5K
Enclosure (bottom, near
transformer) dt= 16,3K
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Primary winding of transformer Input voltage: 264V, AC current: 0,25A,
time: 3hrs, no hazard, pass.
dt= 54,1K
Secondary winding of
transformer dt= 68,2K
Iron core of transformer dt=
47,1K
Primary lead wire dt= 33,0K
PCB under D101 dt= 69,3K
PCB under IC101 dt= 86,1K
Enclosure (top, near heat sink)
dt= 39,3K
Enclosure (bottom, near
transformer) dt= 30,0K
Model SA-450ARH
13
D2
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, thermal link in
transformer opened immediately, no
hazards, pass.
14
C31
S-C
Input voltage: 198V, thermal link in
transformer opened immediately, no
hazards, pass.
15
U1 (pin 4-6)
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,1A,
10 minutes, no hazards, pass.
16
U1 (pin 10-12) S-C
Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,06A,
10 minutes, no hazards, pass.
17
U1 (pin 4-7)
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,07A,
10 minutes, no hazards, pass.
18
Output
S-C
Input voltage: 264V, DC fuse (5A) opened
immediately, no hazards, pass.
19
Unit
Max. nonclipped
output
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Primary winding of transformer Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,22A,
dt= 62,2K
time: 3,5 hrs, no hazards, pass.
Secondary winding of
transformer dt= 60,0K
Iron core of transformer dt=
49,9K
Primary lead wire dt= 21,8K
PCB under D2 dt= 84,0K
PCB under U1 dt= 46,4K
Enclosure (bottom, near
transformer) dt= 27,7K
Enclosure (rear, near heat sink)
dt= 39,7K
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Primary winding of transformer Input voltage: 264V, mains current: 0,1A,
time: 4hrs, no hazards, pass.
dt= 36,9K
Secondary winding of
transformer dt= 35,5K
Iron core of transformer dt=
33,7K
Primary lead wire dt= 17,4K
PCB under D2 dt= 48,9K
PCB under U1 dt= 41,1K
Enclosure (bottom, near
transformer) dt= 20,9K
Enclosure (rear, near heat sink)
dt= 35,5K
Note:
According to the user manual, the appliance is intended to be used in moderate climate, so the basic ambient
temperature is 35°C, The max. Temperature rise is calculated as follows:
▪ Winding components:
- Class A  dTmax = (150 –35-10)K =105K(10°C decreased by thermal coupler method)
▪ Components with T-marking:
PCB with T- marking of 130°C: dT max=(130-35)K=95K
Wire with T- marking of 105°C: dT max=(105-35)K=70K
▪Touchable surfaces with:
dTmax = 65 K
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TABLES: clearances and creepage distances
Rated supply voltage:
220-240V
P
Pollution degree:
2
Material Group:
2 N force on internal parts applied:
Yes
30 N force on outside of conductive enclosure applied:
Yes
Location
Operating Voltage
V rms
V peak
Clearance (mm)
Min
Actual
IIIa or IIIb
Creepage (mm)
Min
Actual
Circuits conductively connected to the mains (use Tables 8, 9 and 11): see note below.
Model SA-450ARH
Primary winding to secondary winding of
transformer
250
420
4,0
10,0
5,0
10,0
Primary winding to earthed core
250
420
2,0
5,6
2,5
5,6
Two poles of thermal link
250
420
2,0
3,0
2,5
3,0
Primary circuit to secondary circuit (power
switch)
250
420
4,0
4,2
5,0
6,0
Primary circuit and secondary circuit
(PCB)
250
420
4,0
6,8
5,0
6,8
Primary circuit to bottom enclosure
(earthing)
250
420
2,0
5,2
2,5
5,2
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Primary winding to secondary winding of
transformer
250
420
4,0
10,0
5,0
10,0
Primary winding to earthed core
250
420
2,0
6,2
2,5
6,2
Two poles of AC current fuse
250
420
2,0
9,6
2,5
9,6
Primary circuit to secondary circuit (power
switch)
250
420
4,0
4,2
5,0
6,0
Primary circuit to metal enclosure
(earthing)
250
420
2,0
10,0
2,5
10,0
Notes:
1. During this test forces of 2 N were applied on involved components.
2. Primary and secondary winding wound on separated drawer type bobbin. Core is lamination steel core, EI41 style. Core is considered as earthing. Thermal link was wrapped inside the primary windings and held in
position by tape.
3. Metal enclosure connected to PE.
"Min" = minimum required.
"Actual = Actual dimensions measured.
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TABLE: list of critical components and materials
P
Object / part No.
Manufacturer/ Type /
trademark
model
Technical data
Standard
Mark(s) of
conformity1)
Power plug
Lian Dung
LT- 312
AC250V, 16A
IEC 60884
VDE 0620-1
VDE 40014931
(Alternative)
Lian Dung
LT- 322
AC250V, 16A
IEC 60884
VDE 0620-1
VDE 40014921
(Alternative)
I -Sheng
SP-022
AC250V, 16A
IEC 60884
VDE 0620-1
VDE 40013526
Power cord
Tong Yuan
H05VV-F 0,75mm² x3G, T105
or H03VVF
IEC/EN 60227
VDE 101980
(Alternative)
Lian Dung
H05VV-F 0,75mm² x3G, T105
or H03VVF
IEC/EN 60227
VDE 127334
(Alternative)
Lucky United
H05VV-F 0,75mm² x3G, T105
or H03VVF
IEC/EN 60227
VDE 098629
(Alternative)
I-Sheng
H05VV-F 0,75mm² x3G, T105
or H03VVF
IEC/EN 60227
VDE 40015762
(Alternative)
Rhythm
H05VV-F 0,75mm² x3G, T105
or H03VVF
IEC/EN 60227
VDE 94010
Power switch
Pronic
R13
AC250V, 6A, T85,
10E3, level 3
IEC/EN 61058-1
VDE 40009019
(Alternative)
Light Country
R19A
AC250V, 6A, 10E3,
T85, level 3
IEC/EN 61058-1
VDE 40006923
(Alternative)
Yuequing
guanbao
XCK-017
AC250V, 6A, 10E3,
T85, level 3
IEC/EN 61058-1
VDE 40007803
Material of power
switch
E I Dupont
FR7025V0 PA66, V-0, 130C
F(+)
--
UL E41938
Voltage selector
(only for SA450CD, SA450CDH)
Pronic
L21
AC250V, 10A, T85,
10E3, level 3, V-0
IEC/EN 61058-1
IEC/EN 61058-2
Nemko
P05203711
AC fuse (only for
SA-450CD, SA450CDH)
Walter
TSD
AC250V, T800mAL,
Ø5x20mm
IEC/EN 60127-1
IEC/EN 60127-2
VDE 40001375
(Alternative)
Walter
TMD
AC250V, T800mAL,
Ø5x20mm
IEC/EN 60127-1
IEC/EN 60127-2
VDE 40001376
Fuse holder (only
for SA-450CD,
SA-450CDH)
Marushin
MF-527
AC250V, 10A
IEC/EN 60127-1
IEC/EN 60127-6
VDE 40004693
DC fuse (used for
SA-450CD, SA450CDH)
Walter
TSD
AC250, T6,3AL,
Ø5x20mm
IEC/EN 60127-1
IEC/EN 60127-2
VDE 40001375
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(Alternative)
Walter
TMD
AC250V, T6,3AL,
Ø5x20mm
IEC/EN 60127-1
IEC/EN 60127-2
VDE 40001376
DC fuse (used for
other models)
Walter
MGC
AC250V, 5A,
Ø6x32mm
--
UL E56092
DC fuse holder
(used for other
models)
Shin Chin
R3-13
AC250V, 10A
--
UL E72169
Thermal
shrinkable tube
Chang Yuan
Changbao 600Vac, VW-1, 125C -102
UL E180908
(Alternative)
Various
Various
600Vac, VW-1, 125C --
UL
Internal wire
Herwell
Electric Wire
Co., Ltd.
1015
VW-1, 300Vac,
105°C, 18AWG
--
UL E157882
(Alternative)
Various
1015
VW-1, 300Vac,
105°C, 18AWG
--
UL approval
PCB
Long Chang
LC-04V
V-0, 130°C
--
UL E94733
(Alternative)
Various
Various
V-0 or better, 130C
--
UL
Optical pick-up
Sanyo
SP-P101V Wavelength:
790±30nm
Laser diode:
Sanyo, DL-3150-101,
Rohm, RLD78MYA1
Class I laser product
IEC/EN 60825-1
JQA 384-401491
Input transformer
(only for SA450CD, SA450CDH)
Yan Wo
PT-30W
Primary winding
0V-(115V+115V):
Pin1-2, Pin3-4:
0,34mmx(470Ts+47
0Ts)
Secondary winding
(0-16V): Pin5-6:
1,4mmx63Ts
Class A
Applicable part of
IEC 60065 and
according to IEC
60085
Tested with
appliance
Parts of input transformer PT-30W
- Magnet wire
Chuen Yih
UEW-B
130C
--
UL E154709
- Bobbin
EI Dupont
FR-50
PA66, V-0, 130°C,
min. thickness:
0,75mm
--
UL E41938
- Thermal link
Aupo
A4-1A
AC250V, 2A, 130°C
IEC/EN 60691
VDE 40005586
(Alternative)
Joint Force
L33
AC250V, 2A, 130°C
IEC/EN 60691
VDE 40008646
- Insulation tape
Jingjiang
Yahua
WF
130C, VW-1
--
UL E165111
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Input transformer Yan Wo
(only for SA450ARH, SA450ARS, SA450AR, SA-450M,
SA-450MEC, SA450USB)
PT-15E220/230/2
40V
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Primary winding
0V(220V+230V+240V):
Pin 1-2-3-4:
0,23mmx2Px
(1100Ts+50Ts+50Ts)
Secondary winding
(0-13,5V): Pin 5-6:
0,9mmx2Px63Ts
Class A
Applicable part of
IEC 60065 and
according to IEC
60085
Tested with
appliance
Parts of input transformer PT-15E-220/230/240V
- Magnet wire
Chuen Yih
UEW-B
130C
--
UL E154709
(Alternative)
Feng Ching
UEW
130C
--
UL E172395
- Bobbin
EI Dupont
FR-50
PA66, V-0, 130°C,
min. thickness:
0,75mm
--
UL E41938
- Thermal link
Aupo
A2-1A
AC250V, 2A, 115°C
IEC/EN 60691
VDE 40005586
(Alternative)
Joint Force
L20
AC250V, 2A, 115°C
IEC/EN 60691
VDE 40008646
- Insulation tape
Jingjiang
Yahua
WF
130C, VW-1
---
UL E165111
Supplementary information:
1)
Provided evidence ensures the agreed level of compliance. See OD-CB2039.
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ATTACHMENT TO TEST REPORT IEC 60065
EUROPEAN GROUP DIFFERENCES AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES
Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus – Safety requirements
Differences according to .................. :
EN 60065:2002 + A1:2006 + A11:2008 + A2:2010 + A12:2011
Attachment Form No. ....................... :
EU_GD_IEC60065K_II
Attachment Originator ...................... :
Intertek Semko AB
Master Attachment........................... :
Date (2011-08)
Copyright © 2010 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE),
Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
IEC 60065, GROUP DIFFERENCES (CENELEC common modifications (EN))
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Add the following annexes:
Annex ZA (normative) Other international publications quoted in this standard with
the references of the relevant European publications (See the CB Bulletin)
Annex ZB (nominative) Special national conditions
Annex ZC (informative) A-deviations
Definition Add after the definition 2.2.12 the following new
definition:
2.2.Z1
(A11:2008) PORTABLE SOUND SYSTEM
small battery powered audio equipment:

whose prime purpose is to listen to recorded or
broadcasted sound; and

that uses headphones or earphones that can be
worn in or on or around the ears; and
Verdict


 that allows the user to walk around
NOTE Examples are mini-disc or CD players, MP3
audio players or similar equipment.
2.2
In EN 60065:2002/A11:2008
(A12:2011) Delete the definition 2.2.Z1
European Group differences and Special national conditions according to CB Bulletin.

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Add the following indent at the end of the list
- Exposure to excessive sound pressures from
headphones or earphones
NOTE A new method of measurement is described
in EN 50332-1, Sound system equipment:
Headphones and earphones associated with
portable audio equipment
– Maximum sound pressure level measurement
methodology and limit considerations – Part 1:
General method for ”one package equipment”, and
in EN 50332-2, Sound system equipment:
Headphones and earphones associated with
portable audio equipment – Maximum sound
pressure level measurement methodology and limit
considerations – Part 2: Guidelines to associate
sets with headphones coming from different
manufacturers.
Result - Remark

In EN 60065:2002
3.1
(A12:2011) Delete the addition of indent regarding sound
pressure excessive
3.Z1
(A2:2010)
After 3.2 add a new clause 3.Z1:
To protect against excessive current, short-circuits
and earth faults in MAINS, protective devices shall
be included either as integral parts of the equipment
or as parts of the building installation, subject to the
following, a), b) and c):
a) except as detailed in b) and c), protective devices
necessary to comply with the requirements of 11
shall be included as parts of the equipment;
b) for components in series or parallel with the
mains input to the equipment such as the supply
cord, appliance coupler, r.f.i. filter and switch, shortcircuit and earth fault protection may be provided by
protective devices in the building installation;
c) it is permitted for equipment supplied via an
industrial mains plug or for PERMANENTLY
CONNECTED APPARATUS, to rely on dedicated
over current and short-circuit protection in the
building installation, provided that the means of
protection, e.g. fuses or circuit breakers, is fully
specified in the installation instructions.
If reliance is placed on protection in the building
installation, the installation instructions shall so
state, except that for not via an industrial mains plug
or for PERMANENTLY CONNECTED APPARATUS
the building installation shall be regarded
4.1.1
Replace the text of the note by: NOTE For
ROUTINE TEST reference is made to EN 50514.
Verdict
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Equipment relies on 16A rated
fuse or circuit breaker of the
wall outlet installation
protection of the building
installation in regard to L to N
short circuit. Over-current
protection is provided by the
build-in fuse.
Modify indent za) as follows:
Not such equipment.
5.4.1
za)
za) For a PORTABLE SOUND SYSTEM, a warning
(A11:2008) that excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
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Delete the modification in indent za)
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Not such equipment.
Zx Protection against excessive sound pressure from personal music players
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Zx.1 General
This sub-clause specifies requirements for
protection against excessive sound pressure from
personal music players that are closely coupled to
the ear. It also specifies requirements for
earphones and headphones intended for use with
personal music players.
A personal music player is a portable equipment
for personal use, that:
is designed to allow the user to listen to
recorded
or broadcast sound or video; and
primarily uses headphones or earphones that
can
be worn in or on or around the ears; and
allows the user to walk around while in use.
NOTE 1 Examples are hand-held or body-worn
portable CD players, MP3 audio players, mobile
phones with MP3 type
features, PDA’s or similar equipment.
A personal music player and earphones or
headphones intended to be used with personal
music players shall comply with the requirements of
this sub-clause.
The requirements in this sub-clause are valid for
music or video mode only.
The requirements do not apply:
while the personal music player is connected to
an external amplifier; or
while the headphones or earphones are not
used.
NOTE 2 An external amplifier is an amplifier which
is not part of the personal music player or the
listening device, but which is
intended to play the music as a standalone music
player.
The requirements do not apply to:
hearing aid equipment and professional
equipment;
NOTE 3 Professional equipment is equipment sold
through special sales channels. All products sold
through normal
electronics stores are considered not to be
professional equipment.
analogue personal music players (personal
music players without any kind of digital
processing of the sound signal) that are brought
to the market before the end of 2015.
NOTE 4 This exemption has been allowed because
this technology is falling out of use and it is
expected that within a few years it will no longer
exist. This exemption will not be extended to other
technologies.
For equipment which is clearly designed or intended
for use
by youngand
children,
thenational
limits ofconditions according to CB Bulletin.
European Group
differences
Special
EN 71-1 apply.
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Zx.2 Equipment requirements
No safety provision is required for equipment that
complies with the following:
equipment provided as a package (personal
music player with its listening device), where
the acoustic output LAeq,T is ≤ 85 dBA measured
while playing the fixed “programme
simulation noise” as described in EN 50332-1;
and
a personal music player provided with an
analogue electrical output socket for a listening
device, where the electrical output is ≤ 27 mV
measured as described in EN 50332-2, while
playing the fixed “programme simulation noise” as
described in EN 50332-1.
NOTE 1 Wherever the term acoustic output is used
in this clause, the 30 s A-weighted equivalent sound
pressure level LAeq,T is
meant. See also Zx.5 and Annex Zx.
All other equipment shall:
a) protect the user from unintentional acoustic
outputs exceeding those mentioned above; and
b) have a standard acoustic output level not
exceeding those mentioned above, and
automatically return to an output level not
exceeding those mentioned above when the
power is switched off; and
c) provide a means to actively inform the user of the
ncreased sound pressure when the equipment is
operated with an acoustic output exceeding
those mentioned above. Any means used shall
be acknowledged by the user before activating a
mode of operation which allows for an acoustic
output exceeding those mentioned above. The
acknowledgement does not need to be repeated
more than once every 20 h of cumulative
listening time; and
NOTE 2 Examples of means include visual or
audible signals. Action from the user is always
required.
NOTE 3 The 20 h listening time is the accumulative
listening time, independent how often and how long
the personal music
player has been switched off.
d) have a warning as specified in Zx.3; and
e) not exceed the following:
1) equipment provided as a package (player with
Its listening device), the acoustic output shall be
≤ 100 dBA measured while playing the fixed
“programme simulation noise” described in EN
50332-1; and
2) a personal music player provided with an
analogue electrical output socket for a listening
device, the electrical output shall be ≤ 150 mV
measured as described in EN 50332-2, while
playing the fixed “programme simulation noise”
described in EN 50332-1.
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For music where the average sound pressure (long
term LAeq,T) measured over the duration of the
song is lower than the average produced by the
programme simulation noise, the warning does not
need to be given as long as the average sound
pressure of the song is below the basic limit of 85
dBA. In this case T becomes the duration of the
song.
NOTE 4 Classical music typically has an average
sound pressure (long term LAeq,T) which is much
lower than the average
programme simulation noise. Therefore, if the
player is capable to analyse the song and compare
it with the programme
simulation noise, the warning does not need to be
given as long as the average sound pressure of the
song is below the basic
limit of 85 dBA.
For example, if the player is set with the programme
simulation noise to 85 dBA, but the average music
level of the song is only
65 dBA, there is no need to give a warning or ask
an acknowledgement as long as the average sound
level of the song is not above the basic limit of 85
dBA.
Zx.3 Warning
The warning shall be placed on the equipment, or
on the packaging, or in the instruction manual and
shall consist of the following:
the symbol of Figure 1 with a minimum height
of
5 mm; and
the following wording, or similar:
“To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen
at high volume levels for long periods.”
Figure 1 – Warning label (IEC 60417-6044)
Alternatively, the entire warning may be given
through the equipment display during use,
when the user is asked to acknowledge activation of
the higher level.
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Zx.4 Requirements for listening devices (headphones and earphones)
N/A
Zx.4.1 Wired listening devices with analogue input
With 94 dBA sound pressure output LAeq,T, the
input voltage of the fixed “programme simulation
noise” described in EN 50332-2 shall be ≥ 75 mV.
Not such equipment.
N/A
Not such equipment.
N/A
This requirement is applicable in any mode where
the headphones can operate (active or
passive), including any available setting (for
example built-in volume level control).
NOTE The values of 94 dBA – 75 mV correspond
with 85dBA – 27 mV and 100 dBA – 150 mV.
Zx.4.2 Wired listening devices with digital input
With any playing device playing the fixed
“programme simulation noise” described in
EN 50332-1 (and respecting the digital interface
standards, where a digital interface standard
exists that specifies the equivalent acoustic level),
the acoustic output LAeq,T of the listening device
shall be ≤ 100 dBA.
This requirement is applicable in any mode where
the headphones can operate, including any
available setting (for example built-in volume level
control, additional sound feature like
equalization, etc.).
NOTE An example of a wired listening device with
digital input is a USB headphone.
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Zx.4.3 Wireless listening devices
Not such equipment.
In wireless mode:
with any playing and transmitting device playing
the fixed programme simulation noise described
in EN 50332-1; and
respecting the wireless transmission standards,
where an air interface standard exists that
specifies the equivalent acoustic level; and
with volume and sound settings in the listening
device (for example built-in volume level control,
additional sound feature like equalization, etc.)
set to the combination of positions that maximize
the measured acoustic output for the abovementioned programme simulation noise, the
acoustic output LAeq,T of the listening device
shall be ≤ 100 dBA.
Verdict
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NOTE An example of a wireless listening device is
a Bluetooth headphone.
Zx.5 Measurement methods
Measurements shall be made in accordance with
EN 50332-1 or EN 50332-2 as applicable.
Unless stated otherwise, the time interval T shall be
30 s.
NOTE Test method for wireless equipment
provided without listening device should be defined.
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No ionizing radiation.
Replace the entire subclause in EN 60065:2002
and EN 60065:2002/A1:2006 by:
(A11:2008) Ionizing radiation
Apparatus including a potential source of ionizing
radiation shall be so constructed that personal
protection against ionizing radiation is provided
under normal operating conditions and under fault
conditions.
Compliance is checked by measurement under the
following conditions:
In addition to the normal operating conditions, all
controls adjustable from the outside BY HAND, by
any object such as a tool or a coin, and those
internal adjustments or pre-sets which are not
locked in a reliable manner, are adjusted so as to
give maximum radiation whilst maintaining an
intelligible picture for 1 h, at the end of which the
measurement is made.
NOTE 1 Soldered joints and paint lockings are
examples of adequate locking.
The dose-rate is determined by means of a
radiation monitor with an effective area of 10 cm², at
any point 10 cm from the outer surface of the
apparatus.
Moreover, the measurement shall be made under
fault conditions causing an increase of the highvoltage, provided an intelligible picture is
maintained for 1 h, at the end of which the
measurement is made.
The dose-rate shall not exceed 1μSv/h (0,1 mR/h)
taking account of the background level.
NOTE 2 These values appear in Directive
96/29/Euratom of 13th May 1996.
A picture is considered to be intelligible if the
following conditions are met:
- a scanning amplitude of at least 70 % of the
usable screen width;
- a minimum luminance of 50 cd/m² with locked
blank raster provided by a test generator;
- a horizontal resolution corresponding to at least
1,5 MHz in the centre, with a similar vertical
degradation;
- not more than one flashover per 5 min.
6.1
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Not television set.
Z1
Add the following new clause after Clause 20:
(A11:2008) Z1 Resistance to candle flame ignition
A television set shall be so designed that the
likelihood of ignition and the spread of fire caused
by a candle flame is reduced.
NOTE 1 An apparatus with a viewing screen is not
regarded to be a television set if it is declared not to
be so by the manufacturer.
This requirement does not apply to the display
screen of rear projection TV’s.
NOTE 2 This exemption has been allowed because
this technology is falling out of use and it is
expected that within a few years it will no longer
exist. This exemption will not be extended to other
technologies.
NOTE 3 The frame around the screen is not
exempted from the requirements.
Wood and WOOD-BASED MATERIAL with a
thickness of at least 6 mm is considered to fulfil the
V-1 requirement when applying CLC/TS 62441.
Compliance is checked according to CLC/TS
62441.
NOTE 4 The term vertical, as used in the first dash
of clause 5.2 of CLC/TS 62441, does not mean a
perfectly vertical position. It should be interpreted
as any surface that can be touched by the flame of
a candle of 150 mm height and 20mm diameter
while the candle is still touching the supporting
surface. A typical candle used in the home is
assumed to be 20 mm diameter.
NOTE 5 It is expected that CLC/TS 62441 will in the
future be replaced by a standard, at which time that
standard will become applicable, subject to a vote
by National Committees at the time.
General
13.3.1
14
15.1.1
15.2
16.1
16.2
20
Annex B
Annex G
Annex J.2
Annex N
Delete note 4.
Delete note 4 and note 5.
Delete notes 1 and 2.
Delete note 2.
Delete note 1.
Delete the note.
Delete note 2.
Replace note 1 by: In the CENELEC countries listed in IEC 62151,
special national conditions apply.
Delete the note.
Delete the notes of Table J.1.
Add after the introduction: For ROUTINE TEST reference is made to
EN 50333. (Replaced by EN 50514)
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General
(A2:2010)
In IEC 60065:2001/A2
Delete all the “country” notes according to the following list:
5.3
Note
5.4.1 Note
20
Note
For special national conditions, see Annex ZB.
Verdict
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Bibliography Additional EN standards.
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ZA
P
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications
ZB
ANNEX ZB TO EN 60065, SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS (EN)
P
2.6.1
DK: The following is added:
Certain types of CLASS I apparatus, see 15.1.1,
may be provided with a plug not establishing
earthing continuity when inserted in Danish socketoutlets
Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section
107.
P
3.Z1
(A2:2010)
Should be evaluated during
Denmark
national approval.
Add to the end of the subclause
Due to many existing installations where the socketoutlets can be protected with
fuses with higher rating than the rating of the
socket-outlets the protection for
pluggable equipment type A shall be an integral
part of the equipment.
Justification:
In Denmark an existing 13 A socket outlet can be
protected by a 20 A fuse.
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5.3
(A2:2010)
Should be evaluated during
Finland, Norway and Sweden
To the end of the subclause the following is added: national approval.
CLASS I apparatus which is intended for
connection to the building installation wiring
via a plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in
addition is intended for connection
to other apparatus or a network shall, if safety relies
on connection to protective earth
or if surge suppressors are connected between the
network TERMINALS and
ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the
apparatus must be connected to an
earthed MAINS socket-outlet.
The marking text in the applicable countries shall be
as follows:
In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla
varustettuun pistorasiaan"
In Norway: “Apparatet må tilkoples jordet
stikkontakt”
In Sweden: “Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat
uttag”
N/A
Should be evaluated during
5.4
Finland, Norway and Sweden
national approval.
(A11:2008) To the end of 5.4 the following is added:
CLASS I apparatus which is intended for
connection to the building installation wiring via a
plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in addition
is intended for connection to other apparatus or a
network shall, if safety relies on connection to
protective earth or if surge suppressors are
connected between the network TERMINALS and
ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the
apparatus must be connected to an MAINS socketoutlet with protective earth.
The marking text in the applicable countries shall be
as follows:
In Finland: “Laite on liitettävä
suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun
pistorasiaan”
In Norway: “Apparatet må tilkoples jordet
stikkontakt”
In Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat
uttag"
N/A
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No cable distribution system
5.4.1
Norway and Sweden
(A11:2008) To the end of 5.4.1 (after the compliance statement)
the following is added:
The screen of the cable distribution system is
normally not earthed at the entrance of the building
and there is normally no equipotential bonding
system within the building. Therefore the protective
earthing of the building installation need to be
isolated from the screen of a cable distribution
system.
It is however accepted to provide the insulation
external to the equipment by an adapter or an
interconnection cable with galvanic isolator, which
may be provided by e.g. a retailer.
The user manual shall then have the following or
similar information in Norwegian and Swedish
language respectively, depending on in what
country the equipment is intended to be used in:
“Equipment connected to the protective earthing of
the building installation through the mains
connection or through other equipment with a
connection to protective earthing – and to a cable
distribution system using coaxial cable, may in
some circumstances create a fire hazard.
Connection to a cable distribution system has
therefore to be provided through a device providing
electrical isolation below a certain frequency range
(galvanic isolator, see EN 60728-11)”
NOTE In Norway, due to regulation for installations
of cable distribution systems, and in Sweden, a
galvanic isolator shall provide electrical insulation
below 5 MHz. The insulation shall withstand a
dielectric strength of 1,5 kV r.m.s., 50 Hz or 60 Hz,
for 1 min.
Translation to Norwegian (the Swedish text will also
be accepted in Norway):
“Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via
nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet utstyr – og
er tilkoplet et kabel-TV nett, kan forårsake
brannfare. For å unngå dette skal det ved tilkopling
av utstyret til kabel-TV nettet installeres en
galvanisk isolator mellom utstyret og kabel-TV
nettet.”
Translation to Swedish:
”Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat
vägguttag och/eller via annan utrustning och
samtidigt är kopplad till kabel-TV nät kan i vissa fall
medföra risk för brand.
Főr att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av
utrustningen till kabel-TV nät galvanisk isolator
finnas mellan utrustningen och kabel-TV nätet.”
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NO: To the second paragraph the following is
added:
In Norway, due to the IT power distribution system
used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered
to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will
remain 230 V in case of a single earth fault.
Justification: Based on a use in Norway of an IT
power distribution system where the neutral is not
provided.
Added
No socket outlet.
15.1.1
Denmark
(A11:2008) The text of the Danish SNC in EN 60065:2002 has
been modified as follows:
To the first paragraph the following is added:
In Denmark, supply cords of single-phase
appliances having a rated current not exceeding 13
A shall be provided with a plug according to the
Heavy Current Regulations Section 107-2-D1.
Appliances of CLASS I provided with socket-outlets
with earth contact or which are intended to be used
in locations where protection against indirect
contact is required according to the wiring rules
shall be provided with a plug in accordance with the
Heavy Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1
standard sheet DK 2-1a.
To the second paragraph the following is added:
Socket outlets intended for providing power to
CLASS II apparatus with a rated current of 2,5 A
shall be in accordance with the Heavy Current
Regulation, Section 107-2-D1 standard sheet DKA
1-4a.
Other current ratings socket outlets shall be in
compliance with the Heavy Current Regulation,
Section 107-2-D1 standard sheet DKA 1-3a or DKA
1-3b.
To the third paragraph the following is added:
Mains socket-outlets with earthing contact shall be
in compliance with the Heavy Current Regulation,
Section 107-2-D1 standard sheet DK 1-3a, DK 1-5a
or DK 1-7a.
Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section
107-2-D1
15.1.1
IE: Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or Should be considered during
the national approval.
cord shall be provided with a 13 A plug in
accordance with Statutory Instrument 525:97, “13 A
Plugs and Conversion Adapters for Domestic Use
Regulations:1997.
Justification: SI 525: 1997
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15.1.1
CLASS I apparatus
NO: Mains socket-outlets mounted on CLASS II
apparatus shall comply with the specifications given
in CEE Publ. 7 as far as a applicable, with the
following amendments:
§ 8 Dimensions
a 2.5 A 250 V two-pole socket-outlets for electronic
apparatus shall comply with the enclosed Standard
Sheet I.
Verdict
N/A
§ 24 Mechanical strength
A 2,5 A 250 V socket-outlets for CLASS II electronic
apparatus are tested as specified in 12.1.3 of EN
60065. Also the protecting rim shall be tested
Justification: Act of 24 May 1929 relating to
supervision of electrical installation (TEA 1929/FEL
1998).
15.1.1
UK: Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or Should be evaluated during
national approval.
cord and is designed to be connected to a mains
socket conforming to BS 1363 by means of that
flexible cable or cord and plug shall be fitted with a
”standard plug” in accordance with Statutory
Instrument 1768: 1994: The Plugs and Sockets etc.
(Safety) Regulations 1994, unless exempted by
those Regulations.
NOTE ”Standard plug” is defined in SI 1768:1994
and essentially means an approved plug
conforming to BS 1363 or an approved conversion
plug.
Justification: SI 1768: 1994
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NO: After Table J.1 the following is added:
In Norway, due to the IT power distribution system
used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered
to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will
remain 230 V in case of a single earth fault.
Justification: Based on a use in Norway of an IT
power distribution system where the neutral is not
provided.
Considered.
ZC
ANNEX ZC TO EN 60065, A-DEVIATIONS (EN)
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5.1
IT: Additional markings on the outside of the TV
receiver in Italian language
N/A
IT:User instructions in Italian language including a
conformity declaration
N/A
IT: Certification number on the back cover
N/A
6.1
No cathode ray tube used.
DE: The following requirement applies:
For the operation of any cathode ray tube intended
for the display of visual images operating at an
acceleration voltage exceeding 40 kV, authorization
is required, or application of type approval
(Bauartzulassung) and marking.
Justification: German ministerial decree against
ionizing radiation (Röntgenverordnung), in force
since 2002-07-01, implementing the European
Directive 96/29/EURATOM.
NOTE Contact address:
Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt,
Bundesallee 100, D-38116 Braunschweig, Tel.:
Int+49-531-592-6320, Internet: http://www.ptb.de
N/A
14
No such switch used.
SE: Switches containing mercury such as
thermostats, relays and level controllers are not
allowed.
Justification: Ordinance (1990:944) on Prohibition in
Connection with handling. Importation and
exportation of Chemical Products (Certain Cases)
N/A
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