Safety requirements for electrical equipment for

Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
Test Report issued under the responsibility of:
TEST REPORT
IEC 61010-1
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,
control, and laboratory use
Part 1: General requirements
Report Number. .............................. : CPSA0700000
Date of issue ................................... : 2013-03-22
Total number of pages ...................
82 Pages
Applicant’s name ........................... : UREATac
Address ........................................... : #974-7 Yangdeok-Dong, Masan-Hoewongu, Changwon-Si,
Kyungnam, Korea
Test specification:
Standard .......................................... : IEC 61010-1:2010 (Third Edition); UL 61010-1:2012 (Third Edition)
Test procedure ............................... : CB Scheme
Non-standard test method……….. : N/A
Test Report Form No. .................... : IEC61010_1H
Test Report Form(s) Originator .... : VDE Testing and Certification Institute and modified
Master TRF...................................... : 2011-11
Copyright © 2011 Worldwide System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical
Equipment and Components (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 and the reference to the CB
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 ..................... : I.V.C System
Trade Mark ...................................... :
Manufacturer .................................. : Same as applicant
Model/Type reference .................... : ACU-M-V01, ACU-R-V01
Ratings ............................................ : 100-240 V~, 50/60 Hz, 4.2 A
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Testing procedure and testing location:
CB/CCA Testing Laboratory:
Testing location/ address........................ :
IST Co., Ltd.
400-19, Singal-Dong, Giheung-Gu, Yongin-Si, GyeonggiDo, Korea
Associated CB Laboratory:
Testing location/ address........................ :
Tested by (name + signature) ....... :
Approved by (name + signature) .. :
Testing procedure: TMP
Testing location/ address........................ :
Tested by (name + signature) ....... :
Approved by (name + signature) .. :
Testing procedure: WMT
Testing location/ address........................ :
Tested by (name + signature) ....... :
Witnessed by (name + signature) . :
Approved by (name + signature) .. :
Testing procedure: SMT
Testing location/ address........................ :
Tested by (name + signature) ....... :
Approved by (name + signature) .. :
Supervised by (name + signature) :
Testing procedure: RMT
Testing location/ address........................ :
Tested by (name + signature) ....... :
Approved by (name + signature) .. :
Supervised by (name + signature) :
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
Suk-Hoon, Yoon
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List of Attachments (including a total number of pages in each attachment - Table 1):
Document
No.
TABLE 1
-
Documents included / attached to this report (description)
Page
Number
s
List of components and circuits relied on for safety
76
Photographs
77 to 82
Attachment 1 Canada/US National Differences
8
Summary of testing:
- The subject models were found to be in compliance with the standard, IEC 610101:2010 (Third Edition); UL 61010-1:2012 (Third Edition).
Test Report History:
This report may consist of more than one report and is valid only with additional or previous issued
reports:
Ref. No.
CPSA0700000
Item
New
Tests performed (name of test and test clause):
4.4 Testing in single fault condition
5.1.3c) Mains supply
5.3 Durability of markings
6 Values in NORMAL CONDITION
6.3.2 Values in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
6.5.2.3 Tighting torque test
6.5.2.4 BONDING IMPEDANCE OF PLUG
CONNECTED EQUIPMENT
6.7 Insulation requirements- Clearances and
Creepages
6.8 Dielectric strength tests
8.2 ENCLOSURE rigidity test
8.3 Drop test
10 Temperature Measurements
10.5.3 Insulating Materials
8 Mechanical resistance to shock and impact
Testing location:
IST Co., Ltd.
400-19, Singal-Dong, Giheung-Gu, YonginSi, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea
Summary of compliance with National Differences
List of countries addressed: CANADA & US
The product fulfils the requirements of _________ (insert standard number and edition and
delete the text in parenthesis or delete the whole sentence if not applicable)
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Copy of marking plate
The artwork below may be only a draft. The use of certification marks on a product must be
authorized by the respective NCBs that own these marks.
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Test item particulars:
Type of item ................................................................. : Laboratory
Description of equipment function ............................... : See user’s manual
Connection to MAINS supply ......................................... : Detachable cord set
Overvoltage category................................................... : II
POLLUTION DEGREE ....................................................... : 2
Means of protection ..................................................... : Class I (PE connected)
Environmental conditions............................................. : Normal
For use in wet locations ............................................... : No
Equipment mobility....................................................... : Floor standing
Operating conditions .................................................... : Continuous
Overall size of equipment (W x D x H) ........................ : 380 x 550 x 1900 mm
Mass of equipment (kg) ............................................... : Approx. 76 kg
Marked degree of protection to IEC 60529 ................. : IPX0(ordinary)
Possible test case verdicts:
- Test case does not apply to the test object ............... : N/A
- Test object does meet the requirement ..................... : P (Pass)
- Test object does not meet the requirement ............... : F (Fail)
Testing:
Date of receipt of test item ............................................ : 2013-02-25
Date (s) of performance of tests ................................... : 2013-02-25 - 2013-03-15
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 Form A.xx)" refers to a table appended to the report.
Bottom lines for measurement tables Form A.xx are optional if used as record.
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.
General product information:
- This product is Individual Ventilation Cage System
- The model ACU-R-V01 is identical to basic model ACU-M-V01, except for model designation.
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IEC 61010-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
4.4
Testing in SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
4.4.1
Fault tests
4.4.2
Application of SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
4.4.2.1
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS not
covered by 4.4.2.2 to
Result - Remark
Verdict
(see Form A.1)
P
P
(see Form A.1)
—
4.4.2.14
4.4.2.2
PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE
N/A
4.4.2.3
PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR
4.4.2.4
Equipment or parts for short-term or intermittent
operation
4.4.2.5
Motors
P
– stopped while fully energized
P
– prevented from starting
P
(see Form A.6)
P
N/A
– one phase interrupted (multi-phase)
N/A
4.4.2.6
Capacitors
N/A
4.4.2.7
MAINS transformers
N/A
4.4.2.7.2
Short circuit
(see Forms A.39)
N/A
4.4.2.7.3
Overload
(see Forms A.40)
N/A
4.4.2.8
Outputs
4.4.2.9
Equipment for more than one supply
4.4.2.10
Cooling
P
N/A
(see Form A.26A)
– air holes closed
P
P
– fans stopped
N/A
– coolant stopped
N/A
– loss of cooling liquid
N/A
Heating devices
N/A
– timer overridden
N/A
– temperature controller overridden
N/A
4.4.2.12
Insulation between circuits and parts
P
4.4.2.13
Interlocks
N/A
4.4.2.14
Voltage selectors
N/A
4.4.3
Duration of tests
(see Form A.1)
—
4.4.4
Conformity after application of fault conditions
(see Forms A.1; A.6, A.18)
P
5
MARKING AND DOCUMENTATION
5.1.1
Required equipment markings
P
- Visible from the exterior; or
P
4.4.2.11
- Visible after removing cover or opening door
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N/A
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Clause
5.1.2
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
- Visible after removal from a rack or panel
Not rack or panel mounted
Not put on parts which can be removed by an
operator
Required with Tool
P
Letter symbols (IEC 60027) used
Complied
P
Graphic symbols (IEC 61010-1: Table 1) used
Complied
P
Identification
Verdict
N/A
—
Equipment is identified by:
5.1.3
a) Manufacturer’s or supplier’s name or trademark See page 1
P
b) Model number, name or other means
See page 1
P
Manufacturing location identified
One factory
N/A
MAINS supply
P
Equipment is marked as follows:
P
a) Nature of supply:
—
See copy of marking plate
1) a.c. RATED MAINS frequency or range of
frequencies .................................................. :
P
N/A
2) d.c. with symbol 1
voltage(s) or range ..................... : See copy of marking plate
P
c) Max. RATED power (W or VA) or input current ... : See copy of marking plate
P
b)
RATED supply
The marked value not less than 90 % of the
maximum value
(see Form A.2)
If more than one voltage range:
—
Separate values marked; or
Values differ by less than 20 %
d)
OPERATOR-set
for different RATED supply
P
N/A
(see Form A.2)
N/A
—
voltages:
Indicates the equipment set voltage
N/A
Portable equipment indication is visible from the
exterior
N/A
Changing the setting changes the indication
N/A
e) Accessory MAINS socket-outlets accepting
standard MAINS plugs are marked:
5.1.4
N/A
With the voltage if it is different from the MAINS
supply voltage ................................................... :
N/A
For use only with specific equipment
N/A
If not marked for specific equipment it is marked
with:
N/A
The maximum rated current or power; or
N/A
Symbol 14 with full details in the documentation
N/A
Fuses
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N/A
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Result - Remark
Operator replaceable fuse marking
(see also 5.4.5) ........................................................ :
Verdict
N/A
5.1.5
TERMINALS, connections and operating devices
P
5.1.5.1
General
P
Where necessary for safety, indication of purpose
of TERMINALS, connectors, controls and indicators
marked
P
If insufficient space, symbol 14 used
P
Push-buttons and actuators of emergency stop
devices and indicators:
—
used only to indicate a warning of danger or
N/A
the need for urgent action
N/A
coloured red
N/A
coded as specified in IEC 60073
N/A
Supplementary means of coding provided, if
meaning of colour relates (see IEC 60073):
5.1.5.2
to safety of persons; or
N/A
safety of the environment
N/A
TERMINALS
P
MAINS supply TERMINAL identified
P
Other TERMINAL marking:
P
a)
FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINALS
b)
PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINALS:
(symbol 5 used)
Symbol 6 is placed close to or on the TERMINAL;
or
Part of appliance inlet
N/A
P
N/A
P
of control circuits (symbol 7 used)
N/A
d) HAZARDOUS LIVE TERMINALS supplied from the
interior
N/A
c)
5.1.6
N/A
TERMINALS
Standard MAINS socket outlet; or
N/A
RATINGS marked; or
N/A
Symbol 14 used
N/A
Switches and circuit breakers
N/A
If disconnecting device, off position clearly marked
N/A
If push-button used as power supply switch:
N/A
Symbol 9 and 15 used for on-position
N/A
Symbol 10 and 16 used for off-position
N/A
Pair of symbols 9, 15 and 10, 16 close together
N/A
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IEC 61010-1
Clause
5.1.7
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Equipment protected by DOUBLE INSULATION or
REINFORCED INSULATION
5.1.8
Protected throughout (symbol 11 used)
N/A
Only partially protected (symbol 11 not used)
N/A
Field-wiring TERMINAL boxes
N/A
If TERMINAL or ENCLOSURE exceeds 60 C:
5.2
(see Form A.26A)
Cable temperature RATING marked ....................... :
N/A
Marking visible before and during connection or
beside TERMINAL
N/A
Warning markings
P
Visible when ready for NORMAL USE
P
Are near or on applicable parts
P
Symbols and text correct dimensions and colour:
—
a) symbols min 2,75 mm and text 1,5 mm high
and contrasting in colour with background
P
b) symbols and text moulded, stamped or
engraved in material min. 2,0 mm high and
N/A
0,5 mm depth or raised if not contrasting in
colour
N/A
If necessary marked with symbol 14
P
Statement to isolate or disconnect if access by
using a tool to HAZARDOUS LIVE parts is permitted
5.3
N/A
N/A
Durability of markings
The required markings remain clear and legible in
P
(see Form A.3)
P
NORMAL USE
5.4
Documentation
P
5.4.1
General
P
Equipment is accompanied by documentation for
User manual supplied with equi
safety purposes for OPERATOR or RESPONSIBLE BODY pment
P
Safety documentation for service personnel
authorized by the manufacturer
P
Documentation necessary for safe operation is
provided in printed media or
P
in electronic media if available at any time
N/A
Documentation includes:
—
a) intended use
P
b) technical specification
P
c) name and address of manufacturer or supplier
P
d) information specified in 5.4.2 to 5.4.6
P
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N/A
e) information to mitigate residual RISK
(see also subclause 17)
f)
P
accessories for safe operation of the equipment
specified
N/A
g) guidance provided to check correct function of
the equipment, if incorrect reading may cause a
HAZARD from harmful or corrosive substances of
HAZARDOUS live parts
5.4.2
h) instructions for lifting and carrying
P
Warning statements and a clear explanation of
warning symbols:
—
Provided in the documentation; or
P
Information is marked on the equipment
P
Equipment ratings
P
Documentation includes:
—
a) Supply voltage or voltage range ....................... : 100-240 V
P
Frequency or frequency range .......................... : 50/60 Hz
Power or current rating ..................................... : 4.2 A
b) Description of all input and output connections
in accordance to 6.6.1 a)
c)
Operation Manual
N/A
P
P
N/A
RATING of insulation of external circuits in
accordance to 6.6.1 b)
d) Statement of the range of environmental
conditions (see 1.4)
Normal
e) Degree of protection (IEC 60529)
IPX0(Ordinary)
f)
P
N/A
if impact rating less than 5 J:
N/A
IK code in accordance to IEC 62262 marked or
N/A
symbol 14 of table 1 marked, with
N/A
RATED
5.4.3
Verdict
energy level and test method stated
N/A
Equipment installation
P
Documentation includes instructions for:
P
a) assembly, location and mounting requirements
Operation Manual
P
b) protective earthing
P
c) connections to supply
P
d)
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT:
N/A
1) Supply wiring requirements
N/A
2) If external switch or circuit-breaker,
requirements and location recommendation
N/A
e) ventilation requirements
f)
special services (e. g. air, cooling liquid)
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P
N/A
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N/A
g) instructions relating to sound level
5.4.4
Equipment operation
Instructions for use include:
P
See the Operation Manual
P
b) positioning for disconnection
P
c) instructions for interconnection
P
N/A
e) explanation of symbols used
P
f)
P
replacement of consumable materials
P
g) cleaning and decontamination
h) listing of any poisonous or injurious gases and
quantities
N/A
i)
RISK
reduction procedures relating to flammable
liquids (see 9.5)
N/A
j)
RISK
reduction procedures relating burn from
surfaces permitted to exceed limits of 10.1
N/A
Additional precautions for IEC 60950 conforming
equipment in regard to moistures and liquids
N/A
A statement about protection impairment if used in
a manner not specified by the manufacturer
N/A
Equipment maintenance and Service
P
Instructions for RESPONSIBLE BODY include:
—
Instructions sufficient in detail permitting safe
maintenance and inspection and continued safety:
Instruction against the use of detachable MAINS
supply cord with inadequate rating
Specific battery type of user replaceable batteries
5.4.6
P
a) identification and description of operating
controls
d) specification of intermittent operation limits
5.4.5
Verdict
See the Operation Manual
P
N/A
P
Any manufacturer specified parts
N/A
Rating and characteristics of fuses
N/A
Instructions include following subjects permitting safe
servicing and continued safety:
N/A
a) product specific RISKS may affect service
personnel
N/A
b) protective measures for these RISKS
N/A
c) verification of the safe state after repair
N/A
Integration into systems or effects resulting from
special conditions
N/A
Aspects described in documentation
N/A
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IEC 61010-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
6
PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
6.1
General
6.1.1
Requirements
—
Protection against electric shock maintained in
and SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
(see Form A.14 and A.15)
Verdict
P
NORMAL CONDITION
ACCESSIBLE
parts not HAZARDOUS LIVE
P
Voltage, current, charge or energy below the limits in
and in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
between:
—
NORMAL CONDITION
ACCESSIBLE
parts and earth
P
two ACCESSIBLE parts on same piece of the
equipment within a distance of 1,8 m
N/A
Conformity is checked by the determination of 6.2
and 6.3 followed by the tests of 6.4 to 6.11
6.1.2
P
Exceptions
N/A
Following HAZARDOUS LIVE parts may be ACCESSIBLE
to an OPERATOR:
N/A
a) parts of lamps and lamp sockets after lamp
removal
N/A
b) parts to be replaced by OPERATOR only by the
use of tool and warning marking
N/A
Those parts not HAZARDOUS LIVE 10 s after
interruption of supply
(see Forms A.6 )
N/A
Capacitance test if charge is received from internal
capacitor
(see Forms A.6 and A.7)
N/A
6.2
Determination of ACCESSIBLE parts
(see Form A.5)
6.2.1
General
P
Unless obviously determination of ACCESSIBLE parts
as specified in 6.2.2 to 6.2.4
P
Examination
P
- with jointed test finger (as specified B.2)
P
- with rigid test finger (as specified B.1) and a force of
10 N
P
Openings above parts that are HAZARDOUS LIVE
P
- test pin with length of 100 mm and 4 mm in
diameter applied
P
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
P
Openings for pre-set controls
N/A
- test pin with length of 100 mm and 3 mm in
diameter applied
N/A
6.3
Limit values for ACCESSIBLE parts
6.3.1
Levels in NORMAL CONDITION
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P
(see Form A.5)
P
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Result - Remark
P
a) Voltage limits less than 33 V r.m.s. and 46,7 V
peak or 70 V d.c.
N/A
for WET LOCATIONS voltage limits less than
16 V r.m.s. and 22,6 V peak or 35 V d.c.
Voltages are not HAZARDOUS LIVE the levels of:
6.3.2
Verdict
—
b) Current less than 0,5 mA r.m.s. for sinusoidal,
0,7 mA peak non sinusoidal or mixed frequencies
or 2 mA d.c. when measured with measuring
circuit A.1 or A.2 if less than 100 Hz
N/A
for WET LOCATIONS measuring circuit A.4 used
N/A
70 mA r.m.s. when measured with circuit A.3 for
higher frequencies
N/A
or
N/A
c) Levels of capacitive charge or energy less:
N/A
1) 45 µC for voltages up to 15 kV peak or d.c. or
line A of Figure 3
N/A
2) 350 mJ stored energy for voltages above
15 kV peak or d.c.
N/A
Levels in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
(see Form A.6)
P
P
a) Voltage limits less than 55 V r.m.s. and
78 V peak or 140 V d.c.
N/A
for WET LOCATIONS voltage limits less than
33 V r.m.s. and 46,7 V peak or 70 V d.c.
Voltages are not HAZARDOUS LIVE the levels of:
—
b) Current less than 3,5 mA r.m.s. for sinusoidal,
5 mA peak non sinusoidal or mixed frequencies
or 15 mA d.c. when measured with measuring
circuit A.1 or A.2 if less than 100 Hz
N/A
for WET LOCATIONS measuring circuit A.4 used
N/A
500 mA r.m.s. when measured with circuit A.3 for
higher frequencies
N/A
or
N/A
c) Levels of capacitive charge or energy less line B
of Figure 3
N/A
6.4
Primary means of protection
P
6.4.1
ACCESSIBLE parts prevented from being HAZARDOUS
LIVE by one or more of following means:
P
a)
ENCLOSURES or PROTECTIVE BARRIERS
P
b)
BASIC INSULATION
(see 6.4.2)
P
(see 6.4.3)
N/A
c) Impedance (see 6.4.4)
6.4.2
ENCLOSURES or PROTECTIVE BARRIERS
- meet rigidity requirements of 8.1
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(see Form A.15)
P
P
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Result - Remark
Verdict
- meet requirements for BASIC INSULATION, if
protection is provided by insulation
P
- meet requirements of 6.7 for CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES between ACCESSIBLE parts and
HAZARDOUS live parts, if protection is provided
P
by
limited access
6.4.3
BASIC INSULATION
(see Form A.15)
- meet CLEARANCE, CREEPAGE DISTANCE and solid
insulation requirements of 6.7
6.4.4
Impedance
P
(see Form A.15)
Impedance used as primary means of protection
meets all of following requirements:
a) limits current or voltage to level of 6.3.2
b)
RATED for maximum WORKING VOLTAGE and the
amount of power it will dissipate
c)
CLEARANCE, CREEPAGE DISTANCE between
terminations of the impedance meet
requirements of BASIC INSULATION of 6.7
P
N/A
—
(see Form A.6)
N/A
N/A
(see Form A.15)
6.5
Additional means of protection in case of SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
6.5.1
ACCESSIBLE parts are prevented from becoming
HAZARDOUS live by the primary means of protection
N/A
P
and supplemented by one of:
a)
PROTECTIVE BONDING
b)
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
P
(see 6.5.2)
N/A
(see 6.5.3)
c) automatic disconnection of the supply (see 6.5.5)
N/A
d) current- or voltage-limiting device (see 6.5.6)
N/A
Alternatively one of the single means of protection is
used:
N/A
e)
REINFORCED INSULATION
(see 6.5.3)
N/A
f)
PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE
(see 6.5.4)
N/A
6.5.2
PROTECTIVE BONDING
6.5.2.1
ACCESSIBLE conductive parts, may become
HAZARDOUS LIVE in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION:
(see Forms A.7, A.8, A.9, A.10
or A.11)
P
N/A
Bonded to the PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINAL; or
P
Separated by conductive screen or barrier bonded to
N/A
PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINAL
6.5.2.2
Integrity of PROTECTIVE BONDING
a)
PROTECTIVE BONDING consists of directly
connected structural parts or discrete conductors
or both; and withstands thermal and dynamic
stresses
b) Soldered connections:
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P
NP
N/A
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Result - Remark
Independently secured against loosening
N/A
Not used for other purposes
N/A
P
c) Screw connections are secured
d)
PROTECTIVE BONDING not
N/A
interrupted; or
exempted as removable part carries MAINS SUPPLY
input connection
N/A
e) Any movable PROTECTIVE BONDING connection
specifically designed, and meets 6.5.2.4
N/A
f)
N/A
No external metal braid of cables used
(not regarded as PROTECTIVE BONDING)
g) IF MAINS SUPPLY passes through:
N/A
Means provided for passing protective conductor;
N/A
Impedance meets 6.5.2.4
N/A
P
h) Protective conductors bare or insulated,
if insulated, green/yellow
Exceptions:
N/A
1) earthing braids;
N/A
2) internal protective conductors etc.;
N/A
Green/yellow not used for other purposes
TERMINAL suitable for connection
CONDUCTOR, and meets 6.5.2.3
6.5.2.3
Verdict
P
of a PROTECTIVE
N/A
PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR TERMINAL
P
a) Contact surfaces are metal
P
b) Appliance inlet used
P
c) For rewirable cords and PERMANENTLY
CONNECTED EQUIPMENT, PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR
TERMINAL is close to MAINS supply TERMINALS
N/A
d) If no MAINS supply is required, any PROTECTIVE
CONDUCTOR TERMINAL:
N/A
Is near terminals of circuit for which protective
earthing is necessary
N/A
External if other terminals external
N/A
e) Equivalent current-carrying capacity to MAINS
supply TERMINALS
(see Form A.7)
N/A
If plug-in, makes first and breaks last
N/A
g) If also used for other bonding purposes,
PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR:
N/A
f)
Applied first;
N/A
Secured independently;
N/A
Unlikely to be removed by servicing
N/A
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N/A
h) PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR of measuring circuit:
1) Current RATING equivalent to measuring
circuit TERMINAL;
N/A
2)
N/A
PROTECTIVE BONDING:
Not interrupted; or
i)
Verdict
FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINALS allow
N/A
N/A
independent
connection
j)
P
If a binding screw used for PROTECTIVE
CONDUCTOR TERMINAL:
Suitable size for bond wire
P
Not smaller than M 4
P
At least 3 turns of screw engaged
P
Passes tightening torque test
(see Form A.8)
N/A
k) Contact pressure not capable being reduced by
deformation of materials
6.5.2.4
Impedance of PROTECTIVE BONDING of plugconnected equipment
(see Form A.9)
Impedance between PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR
TERMINAL and each ACCESSIBLE part where
PROTECTIVE BONDING is specified, is:
less than 0,1 Ohm; or
Bonding impedance of PERMANENTLY CONNECTED
P
—
0.0125 Ohm / 40 A
less than 0,2 Ohm if equipment is provided with
non detachable cord
6.5.2.5
P
P
N/A
(see Form A.10)
N/A
(see Form A.11)
N/A
EQUIPMENT
6.5.2.6
Transformer PROTECTIVE BONDING screen
N/A
Transformer provided with screen for PROTECTIVE
BONDING:
6.5.3
6.5.4
screen bonding consists of directly connected
structural parts or discrete conductors or both;
and withstands thermal and dynamic stresses
(see 6.5.2.2 a )
N/A
screen bonding with soldered connection (see
6.5.2.2 b ) is:
N/A
- Independently secured against loosening
N/A
- Not used for other purposes
N/A
SUPPLEMENTARY and REINFORCED INSULATION
P
Meet CLEARANCE, CREEPAGE DISTANCE and solid
insulation requirements of 6.7
P
PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE
Limits current or voltage to level of 6.3.1 in NORMAL
and to level of 6.3.2 in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
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(see Form A.12)
N/A
N/A
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CLEARANCE, CREEPAGE DISTANCE
between
terminations of the impedance meet requirements of
DOUBLE or REINFORCED INSULATION of 6.7
(see Form A.15)
N/A
The PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE consists of one or more
of the following:
(see Table 1 and Form A.12)
—
N/A
a) appropriate single component suitable for safety
and reliability for protection, it is:
1) RATED twice the maximum WORKING VOLTAGE
N/A
2) resistor RATED for twice the power dissipation
for maximum WORKING VOLTAGE
N/A
b) combination of components
N/A
Single electronic device not used as PROTECTIVE
N/A
IMPEDANCE
6.5.5
6.5.6
Automatic disconnection of the supply
N/A
a)
RATED to disconnect the load within time
specified in Figure 2
N/A
b)
RATED for the maximum load conditions of the
equipment
N/A
Current- or voltage-limiting devices
(see Form A.12)
Device complies with all of:
a)
RATED
P
P
to limit the current or voltage to the level of (see Form A.6)
P
for the maximum WORKING VOLTAGE; and
P
6.3.2
b)
RATED
for the maximum operational current if
applicable
P
RATED
c)
CLEARANCE, CREEPAGE DISTANCE between
terminations of the impedance meet
requirements of SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION of
6.7
(see Form A.14, A.15)
P
6.6
Connections to external circuits
N/A
6.6.1
Connections do not cause ACCESSIBLE parts of the
following to become HAZARDOUS LIVE in NORMAL
CONDITION or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION:
N/A
6.6.2
- the external circuits
N/A
- the equipment
N/A
Protection achieved by separation of circuits; or
N/A
short circuit of separation does not cause a HAZARD
N/A
Instructions or markings for each terminal include:
N/A
a)
N/A
RATED conditions
for TERMINAL
b) Required RATING of external circuit insulation
N/A
TERMINALS for external circuits
N/A
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TERMINALS which receive a charge from an internal
capacitor are not HAZARDOUS LIVE after 10 s of
interrupting supply connection
(see Form A.5)
N/A
Circuits with terminals which are HAZARDOUS LIVE
N/A
These circuits are:
N/A
Not connected to ACCESSIBLE conductive parts; or
N/A
Connected to ACCESSIBLE conductive parts, but are
not MAINS CIRCUITS and have one TERMINAL contact at
earth potential
N/A
No ACCESSIBLE conductive parts are HAZARDOUS LIVE
N/A
ACCESSIBLE terminals for stranded conductors
N/A
No RISK of accidental contact because:
N/A
Located or shielded
N/A
Self-evident or marked whether or not connected
to ACCESSIBLE conductive parts
N/A
ACCESSIBLE TERMINALS will not work loose
N/A
6.7
Insulation requirements
6.7.1
The nature of insulation
P
6.7.1.1
Insulation between ACCESSIBLE parts or between
separate circuits consist of CLEARANCES, CREEPAGE
DISTANCES and solid insulation if provided as
protection against a HAZARD
P
6.7.1.2
CLEARANCES
P
Required CLEARANCES reflecting factors of 6.7.1.1
(see Form A.14)
(see Form A.14, A.15)
Equipment rated for operating altitude greater than
2000 m correction factor of Table 3 of 61010-1
applied
6.7.1.3
6.7.1.4
6.7.1.5
P
N/A
CREEPAGE DISTANCES
Required CREEPAGE DISTANCES reflecting factors of
6.7.1.1 a) to d)
P
P
(see Form A.14, A.15)
P
CTI material group reflected by requirements
N/A
CTI test performed
N/A
Solid insulation
P
Required solid insulation reflecting factors of
6.7.1.1 a) to d)
(see Form A.14, A.15)
P
Requirements for insulation according to type of
circuit
(see Form A.14, A.15)
P
a) 6.7.2 MAINS circuits of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II
up to nominal supply voltage of 300 V
P
b) 6.7.3 secondary circuits separated from circuits
defined in a) by transformer
N/A
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c) K.1 MAINS circuits of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY III
and IV or OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II over 300 V
N/A
d) K.2 secondary circuits separated from circuits
defined in c) by transformer
N/A
e) K.3 circuits having one or more of:
N/A
1) maximum TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGE is limited to
known level below the level of MAINS CIRCUIT
N/A
2) maximum TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGE above the
level of MAINS CIRCUIT
N/A
3) WORKING VOLTAGE is the sum of more than one
circuit or a mixed voltage
N/A
4) WORKING VOLTAGE includes recurring peak
voltage, may include non-sinusoidal or nonperiodic waveform
N/A
5) WORKING VOLTAGE with a frequency above
30 kHz
N/A
Insulation for MAINS CIRCUITS of OVERVOLTAGE
II with a nominal supply voltage up to
300 V
P
CATEGORY
6.7.2.1
CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCES
(see Form A.14, A.15)
Values for MAINS CIRCUITS of table 4 are met
P
P
Coatings to achieve reduction to POLLUTION DEGREE 1
comply with requirements of Annex H
N/A
6.7.2.2
Solid insulation
P
6.7.2.2.1
Withstands electrical and mechanical stresses in
normal use and all RATED environmental conditions of
1.4
P
Equipment passed voltage tests of 6.8.3 with values
of Table 5
Complies as applicable:
a)
6.7.2.2.2
6.7.2.2.3
ENCLOSURE or PROTECTIVE BARRIER
(see Form A.18)
P
P
of Clause 8
P
b) moulded and potted parts requirements of
6.7.2.2.2
N/A
c) inner layers of printed wiring boards
requirements of 6.7.2.2.3
N/A
d) thin-film insulation requirements of 6.7.2.2.4
N/A
Moulded and potted parts
N/A
Conductors between same two layers are separated
by at least 0,4 mm after moulding is completed
N/A
Inner insulating layers of printed wiring boards
N/A
Separated by at least 0,4 mm between same two
layers
N/A
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REINFORCED INSULATION have adequate electric
strength; one of following methods used:
N/A
a) thickness of insulation is at least 0,4 mm
N/A
b) insulation is assembled of minimum two
separate layers, each RATED for test voltage of
Table 5 for BASIC INSULATION
N/A
c) insulation is assembled of minimum two
separate layers, where the combination is rated
for test voltage of Table 5 for REINFORCED
N/A
INSULATION
6.7.2.2.4
Thin-film insulation
N/A
Conductors between same two layers are separated
by applicable CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCE of
6.7.2.1
N/A
REINFORCED INSULATION have adequate electric
strength; one of following methods used:
N/A
a) thickness through the insulation at least 0,4 mm
N/A
b) insulation is assembled of min two separate
layers, each RATED for test voltage of Table 5 for
N/A
BASIC INSULATION
(see Form A.18)
c) insulation is assembled of min three separate
layers, where the combination of two layers
passed voltage tests of 6.8.3 with values of Table
5 for REINFORCED INSULATION
N/A
6.7.3
Insulation for secondary circuits derived from MAINS
CIRCUITS of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II up to 300 V
N/A
6.7.3.1
Secondary circuits where separation from MAINS
CIRCUITS is achieved by a transformer providing:
—
- REINFORCED INSULATION
N/A
- DOUBLE INSULATION
N/A
- screen connected to the PROTECTIVE CONDUCTOR
N/A
TERMINAL
6.7.3.2
CLEARANCES
N/A
a) meet the values of Table 6 for BASIC INSULATION
and SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION; or
N/A
twice the values of Table 6 for REINFORCED
N/A
INSULATION
or
—
b) pass the voltage tests of 6.8 with values of
Table 6; with following adjustments:
(see Form A.18)
N/A
1) values for REINFORCED INSULATION are 1,6
times the values for BASIC INSULATION
N/A
2) if operating altitude is greater than 2000 m
values of CLEARANCES multiplied with factor of
Table 3
N/A
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3) minimum CLEARANCE is 0,2 mm for POLLUTION
2 and 0,8 mm for POLLUTION DEGREE 3
Verdict
N/A
DEGREE
6.7.3.3
CREEPAGE DISTANCES
N/A
Based on WORKING VOLTAGE meets the values of
Table 7 for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
N/A
Values for REINFORCED INSULATION are twice the
values of BASIC INSULATION
N/A
Coatings to achieve reduction to POLLUTION DEGREE 1
comply with requirements of Annex H
N/A
6.7.3.4
Solid insulation
N/A
6.7.3.4.1
Withstands electrical and mechanical stresses in
normal use and all RATED environmental conditions of
1.4
N/A
a) Equipment passed voltage test of 6.8.3.1 for 5 s
with VALUES of Table 6 for BASIC and
(see Form A.18)
N/A
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
values for REINFORCED INSULATION are 1,6 times
the values of BASIC INSULATION
(see Form A.18)
b) if WORKING VOLTAGE exceeds 300 V, equipment
passed voltage test of 6.8.3.1 for 1 min with a
test voltage of 1,5 times working voltage for BASIC
or SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
value for REINFORCED INSULATION
WORKING VOLTAGE
6.7.3.4.2
6.7.3.4.3
are twice the
N/A
N/A
N/A
Complies as applicable:
N/A
1) ENCLOSURE or PROTECTIVE BARRIER of Clause 8
N/A
2) moulded and potted parts requirements of
6.7.3.4.2
N/A
3) inner layers of printed wiring boards
requirements of 6.7.3.4.3
N/A
4) thin-film insulation requirements of 6.7.3.4.4
N/A
Moulded and potted parts
N/A
Conductors between same two layers are separated
by applicable distances of Table 8
N/A
Inner insulation layers of printed wiring boards
N/A
Separated by at least by applicable distances of
Table 8 between same two layers
N/A
REINFORCED INSULATION have adequate electric
strength; one of following methods used:
N/A
a) thickness at least applicable distance of Table 8
N/A
b) insulation is assembled of minimum two
separate layers, each RATED for test voltage of
Table 6 for BASIC INSULATION
N/A
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c) insulation is assembled of min two separate
layers, where the combination is RATED for 1,6
times the test voltage of Table 6
N/A
Thin-film insulation
N/A
Conductors between same two layers are separated
by applicable CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCE
of 6.7.3.2 and 6.7.3.3
N/A
REINFORCED INSULATION have adequate electric
strength; one of following methods used:
N/A
a) thickness at least applicable distance of Table 8
N/A
b) insulation is assembled of min two separate
layers, each RATED for test voltage of Table 6 for
N/A
BASIC INSULATION
c) insulation is assembled of min three separate
layers, where the combination of two layers
passed voltage tests with 1,6 time values of
Table 6:
(see Form A.18)
N/A
a.c. test of 6.8.3.1; or
N/A
d.c. test of 6.8.3.2 for circuits stressed only by
d.c. voltages
N/A
6.8
Procedure for dielectric strength tests
6.9
Constructional requirements for protection against
electric shock
P
6.9.1
If a failure could cause a HAZARD:
P
a) Security of wiring connections
P
6.9.3
P
b) Screws securing removable covers
N/A
c) Accidental loosening
N/A
d)
6.9.2
(see Forms A.14 and A.18)
CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCES not
reduced below the values of basic insulation by
loosening of parts or wires
P
Insulating materials
P
Material not to be used for safety relevant insulation:
P
a) Easily damaged materials not used
P
b) Non-impregnated hygroscopic materials not
used
P
Colour coding
P
Green-and-yellow insulation shall not be used
except:
P
a) protective earth conductors;
P
b)
P
PROTECTIVE BONDING
conductors;
c) potential equalization conductors;
N/A
d) functional earth conductors
N/A
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6.10
Connection to MAINS supply source and connections
between parts of equipment
P
6.10.1
MAINS supply cords
P
RATED for
P
maximum equipment current (see 5.1.3 c)
Cable complies with IEC 60227 or IEC 60245
Verdict
P
Heat-resistant if likely to contact hot parts
N/A
Temperature RATING (cord and inlet)....................... :
P
Green/yellow used only for connection to PROTECTIVE
P
CONDUCTOR TERMINALS
Detachable cords with IEC 60320 MAINS connectors:
—
Conform to IEC 60799; or
N/A
Have the current RATING of the MAINS connector
P
6.10.2
Fitting of non-detachable MAINS supply cords
N/A
6.10.2.1
Cord entry
N/A
a) Inlet or bushing with a smoothly rounded
opening; or
N/A
b) Insulated cord guard protruding >5 D
N/A
Cord anchorage
N/A
Protective earth conductor is the last to take the
strain
N/A
a) Cord is not clamped by direct pressure from a
screw
N/A
b) Knots are not used
N/A
c) Cannot push the cord into the equipment to
cause a HAZARD
N/A
d) No failure of cord insulation in anchorage with
metal parts
N/A
e) Not to be loosened without a tool
N/A
f)
N/A
6.10.2.2
Cord replacement does not cause a HAZARD and
method of strain relief is clear
Push-pull and or torque test
6.10.3
(see Form A.19)
N/A
Plugs and connectors
P
MAINS supply plugs, connectors etc., conform with
relevant specifications
P
If equipment supplied at voltages below 6.3.2.a) or
from a sole source:
—
Plugs of supply cords do not fit MAINS sockets above
rated SUPPLY voltage
P
MAINS type plugs used only for connection to MAINS
supply
P
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Verdict
Plug pins which receive a charge from an internal
capacitor
(see Form A.5)
P
Accessory MAINS socket outlets:
—
a) Marking if accepts a standard MAINS supply plug
(see 5.1.3e)
N/A
b) Input has a protective earth conductor if outlet
has EARTH TERMINAL CONTACT
N/A
6.11
Disconnection from supply source
P
6.11.1
Disconnects all current-carrying conductors
P
6.11.2
Exceptions
6.11.3
Requirements according to type of equipment
N/A
6.11.3.1
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT and multiphase equipment
N/A
Employs switch or circuit-breaker
N/A
If switch or circuit-breaker is not part of the
equipment, documentation requires:
6.11.3.2
Equipment supplied by low
energy source
P
—
a) Switch or circuit-breaker to be included in
building installation
N/A
b) Suitable location easily reached
N/A
c) Marking as disconnecting for the equipment
N/A
Single-phase cord-connected equipment
N/A
Equipment is provided with one of the following:
N/A
a) Switch or circuit-breaker
N/A
b) Appliance coupler (disconnectable without tool)
N/A
c) Separable plug (without locking device)
N/A
6.11.4
Disconnecting devices
P
6.11.4.1
Disconnecting device part of equipment
P
6.11.4.2
Electrically close to the SUPPLY
N/A
Power-consuming components not electrically
located between the supply source and the
disconnecting device
N/A
Except electromagnetic interference suppression
circuits permitted to be located on the supply side of
the disconnecting device
N/A
Switches and circuit-breakers
N/A
When used as disconnection device:
N/A
Meets IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3
N/A
Marked to indicate function ..................................... :
N/A
Not incorporated in MAINS cord
N/A
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Does not interrupt PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
6.11.4.3
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
Appliance couplers and plugs
P
Where an appliance coupler or separable plug is
used as the disconnecting device (see 6.11.3.2):
P
Readily identifiable and easily reached by the
operator
P
Single-phase portable equipment cord length not
more than 3 m
P
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR connected first and
disconnected last
P
7
PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS
7.1
Equipment does not cause a mechanical HAZARD in
NORMAL nor in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
Conformity is checked by 7.2 to 7.7
P
Sharp edges
P
Easily touched parts are smooth and rounded
P
Do not cause injury during NORMAL USE and
P
Do not cause injury during SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
7.2
7.3
Moving parts
N/A
7.3.1
HAZARDS from moving parts limited to a tolerable
level with the conditions specified in 7.3.2 and 7.3.5
N/A
RISK assessment in accordance with 7.3.3 carried
out
N/A
Exceptions
N/A
Access to HAZARDOUS moving parts permitted under
following circumstances:
N/A
a) obviously intended to operate on parts or
materials external of the equipment
N/A
7.3.2
inadvertent touching of moving parts minimized
by equipment design (e .g. guards or handles)
b) If OPERATOR access is unavoidable outside
NORMAL USE following precautions have been
taken:
7.3.3
N/A
N/A
1) Access requires TOOL
N/A
2 ) Statement about training in the instructions
N/A
3 ) Warning markings on covers prohibiting
access by untrained OPERATORS
N/A
or symbol 14 with full details in documentation
N/A
RISK assessment for mechanical HAZARDS to body
parts
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
RISK is reduced to a tolerable level by protective
measures as specified in Table 12
N/A
Minimum protective measures:
N/A
A. Low level measures
N/A
B. Moderate measures
N/A
C. Stringent measures
N/A
Limitation of force and pressure
(see Form A.20)
Following levels are met in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
N/A
N/A
CONDITION:
Continuous contact pressure below 50 N / cm² with
force below 150 N
N/A
Temporary force below 250 N for an area at least of
3 cm² for a maximum duration of 0,75 s
N/A
7.3.5
Gap limitations between moving parts
7.3.5.1
Access normally allowed
N/A
If levels of 7.3.4 exceeded and body part may be
inserted minimum gap as specified in Table 13
assured in NORMAL and in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
N/A
Access normally prevented
N/A
Maximum gap as specified in Table 14 assured in
and in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
N/A
7.3.5.2
(see Form A.20)
N/A
NORMAL
7.4
Stability
P
Equipment not secured to building structure is
physical stable
N/A
Stability maintained after opening of drawers etc. by
automatic means, or
N/A
warning marking requires the application of means
N/A
Compliance checked by following tests as applicable:
P
a) 10° tilt test for other than handheld equipment
P
b) multi-directional force test for equipment exceeds
height of 1 m and mass of 25 kg
P
c) downward force test for floor-standing equipment
N/A
d) overload test with 4 times maximum load for
castor or support that supports greatest load
P
e) castor or support that supports greatest load
removed from equipment
P
7.5
Provisions for lifting and carrying
P
7.5.1
Equipment more than 18 kg :
P
Has means for lifting or carrying; or
7.5.2
N/A
Directions in documentation
P
Handles and grips
P
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Handles or grips withstand four times weight
7.5.3
7.6
7.7
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Lifting devices and supporting parts
N/A
RATED for maximum load; or
N/A
tested with four times maximum static load
N/A
Wall mounting
N/A
Mounting brackets withstand four times weight
N/A
Expelled parts
N/A
Equipment contains or limits the energy
N/A
Protection not removable without the aid of a tool
N/A
8
RESISTANCE TO MECHANICAL STRESSES
8.1
Equipment does not cause a HAZARD when subjected
to mechanical stresses in NORMAL USE
P
Normal protection level is 5 J
P
Levels below 5 J but not less than 1 J are acceptable
if all of following criteria are met:
N/A
a) lower level justified by RISK assessment of
manufacturer
N/A
b) equipment installed in its intended application is
not easily touched
N/A
c) only occasional access during NORMAL USE
N/A
d) IK code in accordance to IEC 62262 marked or
symbol 14 used with full information in the
documentation
N/A
For non-metallic ENCLOSURES rated below 2 °C
ambient temperature value chosen for minimum
RATED temperature
N/A
Impact energies between IK values, the IK code
marked for nearest lower value
N/A
Conformity is checked by performing following tests:
—
1) static test of 8.2.1
P
2) impact test of 8.2.2 with 5 J except for HAND-HELD
P
EQUIPMENT
if impact energy not selected to 5 J alternate
method of IEC 62262 used
3) drop test of 8.3.1 or 8.3.2 except for FIXED
EQUIPMENT with mass over 100 kg
Equipment RATED with an impact rating of IK 08 that
obviously meets the criteria
N/A
P
N/A
After the tests inspection with following results:
—
- HAZARDOUS LIVE
ACCESSIBLE
P
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
parts above the limits of 6.3.2 not
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- insulation pass the voltage tests of 6.8
(see Form A.30)
P
i)
no leaks of corrosive and harmful substances
P
ii)
ENCLOSURE shows
HAZARD
no cracks resulting in a
P
iii)
CLEARANCES
not less than their permitted values
P
iv) insulation of internal wiring remains undamaged
N/A
v)
N/A
PROTECTIVE BARRIERS
not damaged or loosened
N/A
vi) No moving parts exposed, except permitted by
7.3
vii) no damage which could cause spread of fire
P
8.2
ENCLOSURE rigidity test
P
8.2.1
Static test
8.2.2
(see Form A.21)
P
- 30 N with 12 mm rod to each part of ENCLOSURE
P
- in case of doubt test conducted at maximum RATED
ambient temperature
P
Impact test
(see Form A.21)
P
Impact applied to any part of ENCLOSURE causing a
if damaged
P
Impact energy level and corresponding IK code .... :
N/A
Non-metallic ENCLOSURES cooled to minimum RATED
ambient temperature if below 2 °C
N/A
HAZARD
8.3
Drop test
8.3.1
Other than HAND-HELD and DIRECT-PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT
Tests conducted with a drop height or angle of ...... :
8.3.2
(see Form A.21)
P
P
25 mm
P
HAND-HELD and DIRECT-PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT
N/A
Non-metallic ENCLOSURES cooled to minimum RATED
ambient temperature if below 2 °C
N/A
Drop test conducted with an height of 1 m
N/A
9
PROTECTION AGAINST THE SPREAD OF FIRE
9.1
No spread of fire in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
P
CONDITION
MAINS supplied equipment meets requirements of 9.6
additionally
N/A
Conformity is checked by minimum one or a
combination of the following (see Figure 11):
(see Form A.22)
P
a) SINGLE FAULT test of 4.4; or
(see Forms A.1)
P
b) Application of 9.2 (eliminating or reducing the
sources of ignition); or
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
N/A
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c) Application of 9.3 (containment of fire within the
equipment)
P
Eliminating or reducing the sources of ignition within
the equipment
N/A
a) 1) Limited-energy circuit (see 9.4); or
N/A
2) BASIC INSULATION provided for parts of
different potential; or
Bridging the insulation does not cause ignition
(see Forms A.14 and A.18)
N/A
(see Form A.1)
N/A
N/A
b) Surface temperature of liquids and parts (see
9.5)
c) No ignition in circuits designed to produce heat
(see Form A.1)
N/A
9.3
Containment of the fire within the equipment, should
it occur
P
9.3.1
Spread of fire outside equipment reduced to a
tolerable level if:
P
N/A
a) Energizing of the equipment is controlled by an
OPERATOR held switch
P
b) ENCLOSURE is conform with constructional
requirements of 9.3.1; and
9.3.2
Requirements of 9.5 are met
N/A
Constructional requirements
P
a) Connectors and insulating material have
flammability classification V-2 or better
(see Table: 1 or Form A.23)
P
b) Insulated wires and cables are flame retardant
(VW-1 or equivalent)
(see Table: 1 or Form A.23)
P
c) ENCLOSURE meets following requirements:
(see Form A.22)
P
1) Bottom and sides in arc of 5 ° (see Figure 13) to
non-limited circuits (9.4) meets:
P
P
i) no openings; or
ii) perforated as specified in Table 16; or
N/A
iii) metal screen with a mesh; or
N/A
iv) baffles as specified in Figure 12
N/A
2) Material of ENCLOSURE and any baffle or flame
barrier is made of:
N/A
Metal (except magnesium); or
Non-metallic materials have flammability
classification V-1 or better
N/A
(see Table: 1 or Form A.22)
3) ENCLOSURE and any baffle or flame barrier have
adequate rigidity
9.4
Limited-energy circuit
a) Potential not more than 30 r.m.s. and 42,4 V
peak, or 60 V dc
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
N/A
N/A
(see Form A.18)
N/A
N/A
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b) Current limited by one of following means:
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Verdict
N/A
1) Inherently or by impedance (see Table 17);
or
N/A
2) Overcurrent protective device (see Table
18); or
N/A
3) A regulating network limits also in SINGLE
FAULT CONDITION (see Table 17)
N/A
c) Is separated by at least BASIC INSULATION
N/A
Fuse or a nonadjustable electromechanical device is
used
N/A
Requirements for equipment containing or using
flammable liquids
N/A
Flammable liquids contained in or specified for use
with equipment do not cause spread of fire
(see Form A.25)
N/A
RISK is reduced to a tolerable level :
N/A
a) The temperature of surface or parts in contact
with flammable liquids is 25 °C below fire point
N/A
b) The quantity of liquid is limited
N/A
c) Flames are contained within the equipment
N/A
N/A
Detailed instructions for RISK-reduction provided
9.6
Overcurrent protection
P
9.6.1
MAINS supplied equipment protected
P
BASIC INSULATION between MAINS parts of opposite
polarity provided
(see Forms A.14 and A.15)
Devices not in the protective conductor
9.6.2
9.6.3
P
P
Fuses or single-pole circuit-breakers not fitted in
neutral (multi-phase)
N/A
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED EQUIPMENT
N/A
Overcurrent protection device:
N/A
Fitted within the equipment; or
N/A
Specified in manufacturer's instructions
N/A
Other equipment
N/A
Protection within the equipment
N/A
10
EQUIPMENT TEMPERATURE LIMITS AND RESISTANCE TO HEAT
10.1
Surface temperature limits for protection against
burns
Easily touched surfaces within the limits in NORMAL
and in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION:
- at an specified ambient temperature of 40 °C
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
P
(see Form A.26A)
P
N/A
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- for equipment rated above 40 °C ambient
temperature limits not exceeded raised by the
difference to 40 °C
P
Heated surfaces necessary for functional reasons
exceeding specified values:
10.2
N/A
Are recognizable as such by appearance or
function; or
N/A
Are marked with symbol 13
N/A
Guards are not removable without tool
N/A
Temperatures of windings
Limits not exceeded in:
10.3
Verdict
P
(see Form A.26B)
P
NORMAL CONDITION
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
P
Other temperature measurements
P
Following measurements conducted if applicable:
(see Form A.26A)
P
a) Value of 60 °C of field-wiring terminal box not
exceeded
N/A
b) Surface of flammable liquids and parts in
contact with this liquids
N/A
c) Surface of non-metallic ENCLOSURES
N/A
d) Parts made of insulating material supporting
parts connected to MAINS supply
P
e) Terminals carrying a current more than 0,5 A
N/A
10.4
Conduct of temperature tests
P
10.4.1
Tests conducted under reference test conditions and (see Form A.26A)
manufacturer’s instructions
P
10.4.2
Temperature measurement of heating equipment
Tests conducted in test corner
10.4.3
N/A
(see Form A.26A)
Equipment intended for installation in a cabinet or
wall
Equipment built in as specified in installation
instructions
N/A
N/A
(see Form A.26A)
N/A
10.5
Resistance to heat
10.5.1
Integrity of CLEARANCE and CREEPAGE DISTANCES
(see Form A.16)
P
10.5.2
Non-metallic ENCLOSURES
(see Form A.27)
N/A
Within 10 min after treatment:
Equipment subjected to suitable stresses of 8.2 and
8.3 complying with criteria of 8.1
10.5.3
Insulating material
a) Parts supporting parts connected to MAINS
supply
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
P
—
N/A
P
N/A
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P
b) TERMINALS carrying a current more than 0,5 A
Examination of material data; or
N/A
in case of doubt:
N/A
1) Ball pressure test; or
(see Form A.28)
P
2) Vicat softening test of ISO 306
(see Form A.29)
N/A
11
PROTECTION AGAINST HAZARDS FROM FLUIDS
11.1
Protection to OPERATORS and surrounding area
provided by EQUIPMENT
N/A
All fluids specified by manufacturer considered
N/A
11.2
Cleaning
(see Form A.30)
N/A
11.3
Spillage
(see Form A.30)
N/A
11.4
Overflow
(see Form A.30)
N/A
11.5
Battery electrolyte
N/A
Battery electrolyte leakage presents no HAZARD
N/A
11.6
Specially protected equipment
11.7
Fluid pressure and leakage
11.7.1
Maximum pressure ............................................... :
11.7.2
(see Form A.30)
N/A
N/A
(see Form A.31)
N/A
Maximum pressure of any part does not exceed
PRATED
N/A
Leakage and rupture at high pressure
N/A
Fluid-containing parts subjected to hydraulic test if:
(see Form A.31)
N/A
a) product of pressure and volume > 200 kPal;
and
N/A
b) pressure > 50 kPa
N/A
Parts of refrigerating systems meets pressure-related
requirements of IEC 60335-24 or IEC 60335-2-89
N/A
11.7.3
Leakage from low-pressure parts
11.7.4
Overpressure safety device
N/A
Does not operate in NORMAL USE
N/A
a) Connected as close as possible to parts
intended to be protected
N/A
b) Easy access for inspection, maintenance and
repair
N/A
c) Adjustment only with TOOL
N/A
d) No discharge towards person
N/A
e) No HAZARD from deposit of discharged material
N/A
f)
N/A
Adequate discharge capacity
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
(see Form A.32)
N/A
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No shut-off valve between overpressure safety
device and protected parts
Verdict
N/A
12
PROTECTION AGAINST RADIATION, INCLUDING LASER SOURCES, AND
AGAINST SONIC AND ULTRASONIC PRESSURE
12.1
Equipment provides protection
N/A
12.2
Equipment producing ionizing radiation
N/A
12.2.1
Ionizing radiation
12.2.1.1
Equipment meets the following requirements:
N/A
a) if intended to emit radiation meets requirements
of 12.2.1.2; or
N/A
(see Form A.33)
N/A
tested, classified and marked in accordance to
IEC 60405
12.2.1.2
12.2.1.3
12.2.2
12.3
b) if only emits stray radiation meets requirements
of 12.2.1.3
N/A
Equipment intended to emit radiation
N/A
Effective dose rate of radiation measured .............. :
N/A
If dose rate exceeds 5 µSv/h marked with the
following:
N/A
a) Symbol 17 (ISO 361)
N/A
b) Abbreviations of the radionuclides .................. :
N/A
c) With maximum dose at 1 m; or ....................... :
N/A
with dose rate value between 1 µSv/h and
5 µSv/h in m........................................................ :
N/A
Equipment not intended to emit radiation
(see Form A.34)
N/A
Limit for unintended stray radiation of 1 µSv/h at any
easily reached point kept ........................................ :
N/A
Accelerated electrons
N/A
Compartments opened only by the use of a TOOL
N/A
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation
N/A
No unintentional HAZARDOUS escape of UV radiation:
12.4
N/A
—
- checked by inspection; and
N/A
- evaluation of RISK assessment documentation
N/A
Microwave radiation
N/A
2
Power density does not exceed 10 W/m ............. :
N/A
12.5
Sonic and ultrasonic pressure
N/A
12.5.1
Sound level
No HAZARDOUS sound emission
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
(see Form A.35)
N/A
N/A
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Maximum sound pressure level measured and
calculated for maximum sound power level as
specified in ISO 3746 or ISO 9614-1
N/A
Instruction describes measures for protection
N/A
Ultrasonic pressure
(see Form A.36)
N/A
Equipment not intended to emit ultrasound does not
exceed limit of 110 dB between 20 kHz and 100 kHz
N/A
Equipment intended to emit ultrasound:
N/A
Outside useful beam does not exceed limit of 110 dB
between 20 kHz and 100 kHz
N/A
If inside useful beam above values exceeded:
N/A
Marked with Symbol 14 of Table 1
N/A
and following information in the documentation:
N/A
a) dimensions of useful beam
N/A
b) area where ultrasonic pressure exceed 110 dB
N/A
c) maximum sound pressure inside beam area
N/A
Laser sources
N/A
Equipment meets requirements of IEC 60825-1
N/A
13
PROTECTION AGAINST LIBERATED GASES AND SUBSTANCES, EXPLOSION
AND IMPLOSION
13.1
Poisonous and injurious gases and substances
N/A
No poisonous or injurious gases or substances
liberated in NORMAL CONDITION
N/A
Attached data/test reports demonstrate conformity
N/A
13.2
Explosion and implosion
N/A
13.2.1
Components
N/A
Components liable to explode:
13.2.2
—
Pressure release device provided; or
N/A
Apparatus incorporates operator
protection (see also 7.7)
N/A
Pressure release device:
—
Discharge without danger
N/A
Cannot be obstructed
N/A
Batteries and battery charging
If explosion or fire HAZARD could occur:
(see Form A.37)
N/A
—
Protection incorporated in the equipment; or
N/A
Instructions specify batteries with built-in protection
N/A
In case of wrong type of battery used:
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No HAZARD; or
N/A
Warning by marking and within instructions
N/A
—
Equipment with means to charge rechargeable
batteries:
13.2.3
Verdict
Warning against the charging of non-rechargeable
batteries; and
N/A
Type of rechargeable battery indicated; or
N/A
Symbol 14 used
N/A
Battery compartment design
N/A
Single component failure
N/A
Polarity reversal test
N/A
Implosion of cathode ray tubes
N/A
If maximum face dimensions > 160 mm ................. :
—
Intrinsically protected and correctly mounted; or
ENCLOSURE
N/A
provides protection:
N/A
If non-intrinsically protected:
—
Screen not removable without TOOL
N/A
If glass screen, not in contact with surface of tube
N/A
14
COMPONENTS AND SUBASSEMBLIES
14.1
Where safety is involved, components and
subassemblies meet relevant requirements
14.2
Motors
N/A
14.2.1
Motor temperatures
N/A
Does not present a HAZARD when stopped or
prevented from starting; or
14.2.2
(see Table 1)
(see Form A.1; A.26B)
P
N/A
Protected by over-temperature or thermal protection
device conform with 14.3
N/A
Series excitation motors
N/A
Connected direct to device, if overspeeding causes a
N/A
HAZARD
14.3
Overtemperature protection devices
Devices operating in a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
N/A
(see Form A.38)
N/A
a) Reliable function is ensured
N/A
b) RATED to interrupt maximum current and
voltage
N/A
c) Does not operate in NORMAL USE
N/A
If self-resetting device used to prevent a HAZARD,
protected part requires intervention before restarting
N/A
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14.4
Fuse holders
N/A
No access to HAZARDOUS LIVE parts
N/A
MAINS voltage selecting devices
N/A
Accidental change not possible
N/A
14.5
Result - Remark
14.6
MAINS transformers tested outside equipment
14.7
Printed circuit boards
P
Data shows conformity with V-1 of IEC 60695-11-10
or better; or
P
14.8
(see Forms A.39 and A.40)
Verdict
N/A
Test shows conformity with V-1 of IEC 60695-11-10 (see Form A.23)
or better
N/A
Not applicable for printed wiring boards with limitedenergy circuits (9.4)
N/A
Circuits or components used as TRANSIENT
limiting devices
N/A
OVERVOLTAGE
Test conducted between each pair of MAINS SUPPLY
(see Form A.41)
N/A
TERMINALS
No HAZARD resulting from rupture or overheating of
the component:
N/A
- no bridging of safety relevant insulation
N/A
- no heat to other parts above the self-ignition points
N/A
15
PROTECTION BY INTERLOCKS
15.1
Interlocks are designed to remove a HAZARD
before OPERATOR exposed
N/A
15.2
Prevention of reactivation
N/A
15.3
Reliability
N/A
Single fault unlikely to occur; or
N/A
Cannot cause a HAZARD
N/A
16
HAZARDS RESULTING FROM APPLICATION
16.1
REASONABLY FORESEEABLE MISUSE
N/A
No HAZARDS arising from settings not intended and
not described in the instructions
N/A
Other cases of REASONABLY FORESEEABLE MISUSE
addressed by RISK assessment
N/A
Ergonomic aspects
N/A
Factors giving rise to a HAZARD the RISK assessment
is reflecting those aspects:
N/A
a) limitation of body dimensions
N/A
b) displays and indicators
N/A
16.2
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c) accessibility and conventions of controls
N/A
d) arrangement of TERMINALS
N/A
RISK ASSESSMENT
RISK assessment conducted, if HAZARD might arise
and not covered by Clauses 6 to 16
N/A
TOLERABLE RISK achieved by iterative documented
process covering the following:
N/A
a) RISK analysis
N/A
Identifies HAZARDS and estimates RISK
b) RISK evaluation
Plan to judge acceptability of resulting RISK level
based on the estimated severity and likelihood of
a RISK
c) RISK reduction
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Initial RISK reduced by counter measures;
N/A
Repeated RISK evaluation without new RISKS
introduced
N/A
RISKS remaining after RISK assessment addressed in
instructions to RESPONSIBLE BODY:
N/A
Information contained how to mitigate these RISKS
N/A
Following principles in methods of RISK reduction
applied by manufacturer in given order:
N/A
1) RISKS eliminated or reduced as far as possible
N/A
2) Protective measures taken for RISKS that cannot
be eliminated
N/A
3) User information about residual RISK due to any
defect of the protective measures
N/A
Indication of particular training is required
N/A
Specification of the need for personal protective
equipment
N/A
Conformity checked by evaluation of the RISK
assessment documentation
ANNEX F
Result - Remark
N/A
ROUTINE TESTS
Manufacturer ´s declaration
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
N/A
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4.4
TABLE: Testing in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION – Results
Test
subclause
Result — Remark
Fault
No.
Verdict
Form A.1.
Fault description
Td 4.4.3
(NOTE)
4.4.2.3
1
Protective conductor abnormal
30 min
4.4.2.10
2
Fan Lock
3 h 7 min
4.4.2.10
3
Air- Inlet closed
4.4.2.8
4
Output terminal short circuit
How was test terminated
Comments
P
Temperature stabilized. No hazard.
P
1 h 16 min Temperature stabilized. No hazard.
P
1 hour
Normal operation. No hazard.
P
Supplementary information:
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
Suk-Hoon, Yoon
DATE:
Meets
4.4.4
Normal operation. No hazard.
NOTE Td = Test duration in hh:mm:ss
Record dielectric strength test on Form A.19 and temperature tests on Form A.27A and or A.27.B.
Record in the comments column for each test whether carried out during or after SINGLE FAULT CONDITION.
TESTED BY:
P
2013-03-09
2013-03-11
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM
Stop Watch
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5.1.3c)
TABLE: MAINS supply
Verdict
Form A.2
Marked rating.........................:
100-240
V
—
Phase ....................................:
—
Frequency .............................:
50/60
Hz
—
Current ..................................:
4.2
A
—
Power ...................................:
-
W
—
Power ...................................:
-
VA
—
Test
Voltage
Frequency
Current
Power in
Power in
No.
V
Hz
A
W
VA
Comments
1
90
60
1.081
94.20
-
Max. normal load condition
2
100
60
0.968
94.27
-
Max. normal load condition
3
240
60
0.415
90.18
-
Max. normal load condition
4
264
60
0.392
89.81
-
Max. normal load condition
5
90
50
1.089
94.10
-
Max. normal load condition
6
100
50
0.971
93.35
-
Max. normal load condition
7
240
50
0.417
89.87
-
Max. normal load condition
8
264
50
0.389
89.74
-
Max. normal load condition
NOTE – Measurements are only required for marked ratings.
Supplementary information:
TESTED BY:
P
Suk-Hoon, Yoon
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
DATE:
2013-03-09
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM:
Digital Power Meter
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5.3
TABLE: Durability of markings
Verdict
Form A.3
Marking method (see NOTE)
Agent
1) Adhesive label
A Water
2) Ink printed
B Isopropyl alcohol 70%
3) Laser marked
C (specify agent)
4) Filmcoated (plastic foil control panel)
D (specify agent)
5) Imprinted on plastic (moulded in)
E (specify agent)
NOTE – Where applicable include print method, label material, ink or paint type,
fixing method, adhesive and surface to which marking is fixed.
Marking location
Marking method (see above)
Identification (5.1.2)
1)
MAINS supply (5.1.3)
1)
Fuses (5.1.4)
N/A
terminals and operating devices (5.1.5.2)
N/A
Switches and circuit breakers (5.1.6)
N/A
Double/reinforced equipment (5.1.7)
N/A
Field wiring Terminal boxes (5.1.8)
N/A
Warning marking (5.2)
1)
Battery charging (13.2.2)
N/A
Method
1)
Test agent
Remains legible
Label loose
Curled edges
Verdict
Verdict
Verdict
Yes
No
No
A, B
Comments
P
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TABLE: List of ACCESSIBLE parts
6.1.2
Exceptions
—
6.2
Determination of ACCESSIBLE parts
—
Item
Result — Remark
Description
Verdict
Form A.4
Determination method
(NOTE 5)
P
Exception under 6.1.2
(NOTE 4)
1
Enclosure
Visual
N/A
2
Output Terminal
Visual
N/A
NOTE 1 – Test fingers and pins are to be applied without force unless a force is specified (see 6.2.2)
NOTE 2 – Special consideration should be given to inadequate insulation and high voltage parts (see 6.2)
NOTE 3 – Parts are considered to be ACCESSIBLE if they could be touched in the absence of any covering which is not considered
to provide suitable insulation (see 6.4).
NOTE 4 – Capacitor test may be required (see Form A.5).
NOTE 5 – The determination methods are:
V = visual; R = rigid test finger; J = jointed test finger; P3 = pin 3 mm diameter; P4 = pin 4 mm diameter.
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TABLE: Values in NORMAL CONDITION
6.1.2
Exceptions
11.2
Cleaning and decontamination
—
6.3.1
Values in NORMAL CONDITION (see NOTE 1)
11.3
Spillage
—
6.6.2
Terminals for external circuit
11.4
Overflow
—
6.10.3
Plugs and connections
Item
Result — Remark
Verdict
Form A.5
—
Voltage
Current
Capacitance
10 s / 5 s test (NOTE)
Comments
(see
Form A.4)
V
r.m.s.
V
peak
V
d.c.
Test
circuit
A1/A2/A3
mA
r.m.s.
mA
peak
mA
d.c.
C
mJ
V
C
mJ
1
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6.3.1
2
-
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6.3.1
NOTE – A 10 s test is specified in 6.1.2 a) b). A. 5 s test is specified in 6.10.3. The capacitance level versus voltage below the limits given from figure 3 of IEC 61010-1.
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TABLE: Values in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
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Form A.6
Item
Subclause
and
Voltage
Transient
(see NOTE)
Current
Capacitance
(see
Form A.4)
fault No.
(see Form A.1)
V
r.m.s.
V
peak
V
d.c.
V
s
Test
circuit
A1/A2/A3
mA
r.m.s.
mA
peak
mA
d.c.
F
(see NOTE)
1
1
132
-
-
-
-
A1
1.30
-
-
-
4.4.2.3
2
1
-
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.3
1
2
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.10
2
2
-
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.10
1
3
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.10
2
3
-
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.10
1
4
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.8
2
4
-
-
0.1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.4.2.8
Comments
NOTE – Transient voltages must be below the limits given from Figure 2 and the capacitance below the limits from figure 3 of IEC 61010-1.
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TABLE: Cross-sectional area of bonding conductors
Conductor location
Verdict
Form A.7
CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA
mm²
N/A
VERDICT
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TABLE: Tighting torque test
Conductor location
Protective conductor terminal
Form A.8
Size of screw
Tighting
torque
Nm
Verdict
4.8 mm
1.2
P
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TABLE: Bonding impedance of plug connected equipment
ACCESSIBLE
Result — Remark
part under test
Between protective conductor and eart
hing ground
Verdict
P
Form A.9
Test
current
A
Voltage attained
after 1 min
V
Calculated resistance
(Maximum 0,1 or 0,2 )
 (NOTE 1)
Verdict
40
0.50
0.0125
P
NOTE 1 – For none-detachable power cord the impedance between protective conductor plug pin of MAINS cord and each
ACCESSIBLE part shall not exceed 0,2 Ohm.
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TABLE: Bonding impedance of permanently connected equipment
ACCESSIBLE
Test
current
A
part under test
N/A
Form A.10
Voltage attained after 1 min
(maximum 10 V)
V
Verdict
Supplementary information:
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TABLE: Transformer PROTECIVE BONDING screen
Test current
ACCESSIBLE
(see NOTE)
part under test
A
Voltage attained
after 1 min
(maximum 10 V)
V
N/A
Form A.11
Calculated resistance
(maximum 0,1 )

Verdict
NOTE – Test current must be twice the value of the over current protection means of the winding. Test is specified in 6.5.2.6 a) or b).
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TABLE: protective impedance
Result — Remark
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Form A.12
A single component
Component
Location
Measured
Working
voltage
V
Current
A
Calculated
Rated
Power
dissipation
W
Working
Power
voltage dissipation
V
W
Verdict
Comments
A combination of components
Component
Location
Comments
NOTE – A PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE shall not be a single electronic device that employs electron conduction in a vacuum, gas or semiconductor.
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TABLE: Current- or voltage-limiting device
Component
Result — Remark
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Form A.13
Location
Measured
Working
voltage
V
Rated
Current
A
Working
voltage
V
Current
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Comments
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TABLE: Insulation requirements- Block diagram of system
Pollution degree ....... :
Area
Verdict
Form A.14
P
Overvoltage category ................... :
Location
Insulation
type
WORKING VOLTAGE
(NOTE 1)
RMS
V
Peak Frequency
V
kHz
Test
voltage
Comments
(NOTE 3)
(NOTE 2)
V
A
Primary – Metal Enclosure
BI
240
-
-
1500 Vac
B
Primary – secondary
RI
240
-
-
3000 Vac
C
D
E
F
NOTE 1 – Type of insulation:
BI = BASIC INSULATION
DI = DOUBLE INSULATION
PI = PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE
RI = Reinforced INSULATION
SI = Supplementary INSULATION
see also Form A.15 for further details
NOTE 2 - Types of voltage
Peak impulse test voltage (pulse)
r.m.s.
d.c.
peak
NOTE 3 - OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES
or POLLUTION DEGREES which differ
should be shown under "Comments"
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TABLE: Insulation requirements- Clearances and Creepages
6.2.2
Examination
6.5.4
Protective impedance
—
6.4.2
ENCLOSURES and protective barriers
6.5.6
Current- or voltage-limiting device
—
6.4.4
Area
Impedance
Location
(See Form A.14)
Result — Remark
Verdict
Form A.15
—
Insulation
WORKING VOLTAGE
Clearance
Creepage
CTI
type
(NOTE 2)
(NOTE 1) RMS
Peak
Frequency Required Measured Required Measured
V
V
kHz
mm
mm
mm
mm
Verdict
A
Primary – Metal Enclosure
BI
240
-
-
1.5
> 1.5
3.0
> 3.0
>100
P
B
Primary – secondary
RI
240
-
-
3.0
> 3.0
6.0
> 6.0
>100
P
C
D
E
F
NOTE 1 – refer to Form A.14 for type of insulation shown in the insulation diagram
Input supply voltage…….:
V
NOTE 2 - to be used for definition of required insulation (see Form A.14)
Hz
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6.7
TABLE: Insulation requirements- Clearances and Creepages
8
Mechanical resistance to shock and impact
9.6.1
Area
Overcurrent protection basic insulation between MAINS parts
Location
Insulation
Mechanical tests (NOTE)
type
(See Form A.14)
Applied
force
N
A
Primary – Metal
Enclosure
BI
B
Primary – secondary
RI
-
Verdict
Form A.16
10.5.1 Integrity of CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE distances
Rigidity
(8.2)
Static Impact
(8.2.1) (8.2.2)
P
—
—
Test at
max.
Drop
RATED
(8.3)
ambient
Normal Hand-held/ (10.5.1)
(8.3.1) Plug-in
Measured after
test
(if required)
Verdict
Comments
CREEPAGE CLEARANCE
DISTANCE
mm
mm
30 N
5J
100
-
40 °C
>3.0
>1.5
P
30 N
5J
100
-
40 °C
>6.0
>3.0
P
C
D
E
F
NOTE – Refer to Form A.19 for dielectric strength tests following the above tests.
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TABLE: Reliability of potted components
Verdict
Form A.17
N/A
Temperature Cycling Test
Manufacturer ................................................ :
Type ............................................................. :
Construction ................................................. :
Potting compound ........................................ :
CREEPAGE distances measured ................... :
CLEARANCES measured ................................ :
Thickness through insulation ....................... :
Adhesive test Pass/Fail................................ :
Test temperature T °C ................................. :
Cycles at U= AC 500 V
Leakage current (500 V)
mA
Number of cycles
Date
1. Cycle from
to
2. Cycle from
to
3. Cycle from
to
4. Cycle from
to
5. Cycle from
to
6. Cycle from
to
7. Cycle from
to
8. Cycle from
to
9. Cycle from
to
10. Cycle from
to
68 h /
125 °C
1h/
25 °C
2h/
0 °C
1h/
25 °C
After Cycling Test :
Humidity conditioning
48 h
Requirements for dielectric strength (s. insulation diagram)
Basic insulation
______ V r.m.s.
Supplementary insulation
Reinforced insulation
Test voltage V r.m.s
______ V r.m.s.
______ V r.m.s.
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6.8
TABLE: Dielectric strength tests
4.4.4.1 b)
Conformity after application of SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS1
P
6.4
Primary means of protection
P
6.6
Connections to external circuits
N/A
6.7.
Insulation requirements (see Annex K)
N/A
6.10.2
Fitting of non-detachable MAINS supply cords1
N/A
9.2 a) 2)
Eliminating or reducing the sources of ignition within the equipment
N/A
9.4 c)
Limited-energy circuit
9.6.1
Overcurrent protection basic insulation between MAINS - parts
Form A.18
2
2
P
P
N/A
Test site altitude ............................................................ :
Up to 2000 m
—
Test voltage correction factor (see Table 10) ............... :
-
—
Comments
(NOTE)
Verdict
Location or
references from
Forms A.1 and
A.14
Clause or Humidity
sub-clause
Yes/No
Working
voltage
V
Test
voltage
r.m.s./peak/
d.c.
A
6.8
Yes
240V
1500 Vac
No breakdown
P
B
6.8
Yes
240V
3000 Vac
No breakdown
P
1
2
Record the fault, test or treatment applied before the dielectric strength test. Humidity preconditioning required.
NOTE: Test duration may be recorded.
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TABLE: Cord anchorage
Location
Result — Remark
Mass
kg
Verdict
Form A.19
Pull
N
Verdict
Dielectric strength test for 1 min. (6.8.3.1)............. :
Torque
Nm
Verdict
V r.m.s.
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TABLE: Protection against mechanical HAZARDS
7.3.4
Limitation of force and pressure
—
7.3.5
Gap limitations between moving parts
—
Clause 7.3.4
Continuous
Part / Location
Temporary
Contact pressure max. 250 N /
max. 50 N /cm²
3 cm² @
@ max. 150 N
max. 0,75 s
Torso
500
Head
300
Verdict
Form A.20
Clause 7.3.5.1
Clause 7.3.5.2
Minimum gaps (mm)
Maximum gaps (mm)
Leg Foot Toes Arm
180 120 50 120
Hand Finger Head Foot
100
25
120
35
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N/A
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8.2
ENCLOSURE rigidity test
8.2.1
Static test
P
Material of enclosure ............................................... : Metal
—
Preparation for the test:
—
Form A.21
Operated at ambient temperature ........................... :
°C
Location
h
Comments
1) Top. Side, Bottom
No damage
—
Verdict
P
2)
8.2.2
P
N/A
Dynamic test
P
Material of enclosure ............................................... : Metal
—
Corresponding IK-code ........................................... :
—
Preparation for the test:
—
Cooled to (temperature) ..........................................:
Location
°C
Comments
—
Verdict
1) Top
No damaged
P
2) Side left / right
No damaged
P
3) Bottom
No damaged
P
P
8.3
Drop test
8.3.1
Other equipment
Location
N/A
Raised up to
mm
30 °
1)Top, Side, Bottom
25
Yes
Comments
No damaged
—
—
P
2)
N/A
3)
N/A
4)
N/A
8.3.2
Hand-held EQUIPMENT and direct plug-in equipment
N/A
Material of enclosure ............................................... :
—
Preparation for the test:
—
Cooled to (temperature) ..........................................:
Location
°C
Comments
—
Verdict
N/A
N/A
N/A
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TABLE: Protection against the spread of fire
Item
1
Result — Remark
Source of HAZARD or area of the equipment
considered (circuit, component, liquid etc.)
Verdict
Form A.22
Protection
Method
(9a, 9b or 9c)
Energy limitation
9b
Protection details
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P
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9.3.2
TABLE: Constructional requirements
14.7
Printed circuit boards
Verdict
Form A.23
N/A
Material tested ............................................................ :
—
Generic name ............................................................. :
—
Material manufacturer ................................................. :
—
Type ............................................................................ :
—
Colour ......................................................................... :
—
Conditioning details .................................................... :
—
Sample
1
Thickness of specimen
mm
Duration of flaming after first Application
s
Duration of flaming plus glowing
After second application
s
Specimen burns to holding clamp
Yes/No
Cotton ignited
Yes/No
Sample result
Pass/Fail
2
3
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TABLE: Limited-energy circuit
Item
9.4 a)
or
Location
Maximum potential in
circuit voltage
r.m.s./d.c.
V
(see Form A.17)
Verdict
Form A.24
9.4 b) Current limitation (NOTE)
Maximum available
current
A
Overload protection
after 120 s
A
9.4 c)
Decision
Circuit
separation
Yes/No
NOTE – Maximum values see Tables 17 and 18.of 61010-1
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TABLE: Requirements for equipment containing or using flammable liquids
Type of liquid
Form A.25
9.5 Flammable liquids
b) Quantity
c) Containment
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10.
TABLE : Temperature Measurements
10.1
Surface temperature limits - NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
10.2
Temperature of windings- NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
10.3
Other temperature measurements
Form A.26A
60/60 Hz Test room ambient temperature (ta) .. :
Voltage .................... : 90/264 V
Part / Location
20.8/20.9 °C
Test duration ...................................... : 2 h 58 min / 1 h 37 min
tmax
C
-
Verdict
1. DC Power Supply Body
tm
tc
C
C
34.5/32.9 53.7/52.0
2. LCD Panel
30.6/29.8 49.8/48.9
70
P
3. Control Button
28.5/27.6 47.7/46.7
70
P
4. Control Knob
26.2/25.6 45.4/44.7
70
P
5. S-Blower Body
22.7/22.5 41.9/41.6
105
P
6. E-Blower Body
21.1/21.1 40.3/40.2
105
P
7. Rear Enclosure
21.0/21.0 40.2/40.1
80
P
8. Side Enclosure
21.8/21.8 41.0/40.9
80
P
9. Power Switch
21.6/21.6 40.8/40.7
70
P
Comments
P
NOTE 1 - tm = measured temperature
40 °C
tc = tm corrected (tm–ta+ 40 C or max. RATED ambient)
tmax = maximum permitted temperature
NOTE 2 - see also 14.1 with reference to component operating conditions
NOTE 3 - Record values for NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION in this Form use additional form if necessary
NOTE 4 - see Form A.26B for details of winding temperature measurements
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N/A
P
Operating conditions: Normal operating
Frequency ............... :
P
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10.
TABLE : Temperature Measurements
10.1
Surface temperature limits - NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
10.2
Temperature of windings- NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
10.3
Other temperature measurements
Form A.26A
60 Hz Test room ambient temperature (ta) .. :
Voltage .................... : 90/264 V
Part / Location
Test duration ...................................... :
tmax
C
-
Verdict
1. DC Power Supply Body
tm
tc
C
C
34.5/34.1 53.8/54.6
2. LCD Panel
30.7/30.3 50.0/49.8
105
P
3. Control Button
28.3/27.7 47.6/47.2
105
P
4. Control Knob
25.9/25.5 45.2/45.0
105
P
5. S-Blower Body
22.4/30.0 41.7/49.5
150
P
6. E-Blower Body
26.4/22.8 45.7/42.3
150
P
7. Rear Enclosure
25.4/22.0 44.7/41.5
105
P
8. Side Enclosure
22.9/24.3 42.2/44.8
105
P
9. Power Switch
22.2/21.5 41.5/41.0
105
P
20.7/20.5 °C
1 h 16 min / 3 h 7 min
Comments
P
NOTE 1 - tm = measured temperature
40 °C
tc = tm corrected (tm–ta+ 40 C or max. RATED ambient)
tmax = maximum permitted temperature
NOTE 2 - see also 14.1 with reference to component operating conditions
NOTE 3 - Record values for NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION in this Form use additional form if necessary
NOTE 4 - see Form A.26B for details of winding temperature measurements
Supplementary information:
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DATE:
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P
N/A
P
Operating conditions: Air-inlet closed / Fan Lock
Frequency ............... :
P
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM: Temp. Recorder
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Result — Remark
10.2
TABLE: Temperature of windings
Resistance method Temperature Measurements
4.4.2.7
MAINS transformers
14.2.1
Motor temperatures
Verdict
Form A.26B
N/A
Operating conditions .. :
Frequency .................. :
Hz Test room ambient temperature (ta1/ta2) . :
Voltage ....................... :
V
Part / Designation
Rcold

/
Test duration ............................................. :
Rwarm Current
A

tr
K
tc
C
tmax
C
°C (initial / final)
h
Verdict
min
Comments
NOTE 1- Rcold = initial resistance
Rwarm = final resistance
tr = temperature rise
tc = tr corrected (tc= tr - { ta2 - ta1} + [40 C or max RATED ambient])
tmax = maximum permitted temperature
NOTE 2 - Indicate insulation class (IEC 60085) under comments (optional)
NOTE 3 - Record values for NORMAL CONDITION and / or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION in this Form use additional form if necessary
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Result — Remark
10.5.2
TABLE: Resistance to heat of non-metallic ENCLOSURES
Verdict
Form A.27
Test method used:
N/A
—
Non operative treatment ..........................................: [ ]
N/A
Empty ENCLOSURE ...................................................: [ ]
N/A
Operative treatment.................................................: [ ]
N/A
Temperature during tests ........................................:
Description
Material
—
Comments
Dielectric strength test (6.8) ....................................
Verdict
V r.m.s.
NOTE – Within 10 minutes of the end of treatment suitable tests in acc. to 8.2 and 8.3 must be conducted and pass criteria of 8.1.
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10.5.3
TABLE: Insulating Materials
10.5.3 1)
Ballpressure test
Verdict
P
Form A.28
Max. allowed impression diameter ..........................: 2 mm
Part
—
Test temperature
°C
Impression Diameter
(mm)
Verdict
125
0.5
P
Terminal block
Supplementary information:
10.5.3 2)
Vicat softening test (ISO 306)
Part
Form A.29
Vicat softening temperature
°C
Thickness of sample
(mm)
N/A
Verdict
Supplementary information:
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DATE:
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TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM: Oven, Vernier Calipers
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Result — Remark
8
TABLE: Mechanical resistance to shock and impact
11
Protection against HAZARDS from fluids
Verdict
Form A.30
P
N/A
Voltage tests can be carried out once after performing the tests of clause 8 and clause 11. However, if voltage tests are carried out separately after each set of tests, two forms can be used.
Clause 8 tests
Clause 11 tests
Location
(see form A.14)
Static
(8.2.1)
30 N
Impact
(8.2.2)
Normal
(8.3.1)
Handheld
Plug-in
Cleaning
(11.2)
Spillage
(11.3)
Overflow
(11.4)
IEC
60529
(11.6)
Working
voltage
V
Test
voltage
V
Verdict
A
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
-
-
-
-
240 V
1500 Vac
P
B
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
-
-
-
-
240 V
3000 Vac
P
NOTE – Use r.m.s., d.c. or peak to indicate the used test voltage.
Supplementary information:
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DATE:
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TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM
Withstanding Voltage Tester
Comments
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Result — Remark
11.7.2
TABLE: Leakage and rupture at high pressure
Maximum
permissible
working
pressure
Mpa
Part
Verdict
Form A.31
Test
pressure
Leakage
Deformation
Burst
MPa
Yes / No
Yes / No
Yes / No
N/A
Comments
NOTE – see also Annex G with requirements for USA and Canada.
Supplementary information:
11.7.3
Leakage from low-pressure parts
Part
Test
pressure
Mpa
Form A.32
Leakage
Comments
Yes / No
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12.2.1
TABLE: Ionizing radiation
12.2.1.2
Equipment intended to emit radiation
Locations tested
Result — Remark
Measured values
µSv/h
Verdict
Form A.33
N/A
Verdict
Comments
Supplementary information:
12.2.1.3
Equipment not intended to emit radiation
Form A.34
Max. allowed effective dose rate at 100 mm………: 1 µSv/h
Locations tested
Measured values
µSv/h
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DATE:
—
Verdict
Comments
Supplementary information:
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N/A
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Result — Remark
12.5.1
TABLE: Sound level
Locations tested
Verdict
Form A.35
Measured
maximum sound
pressure level
dBA
N/A
Calculated maximum sound
power level
At operator’s normal position
and at bystanders’ positions
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
Supplementary information:
12.5.2
Ultrasonic pressure
Form A.36
Locations tested
Measured values
dB
N/A
Comments
kHz
At operator’s normal position
At 1 m from the ENCLOSURE
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
NOTE – No limit is specified at present, but a limit of 110 dB above the reference pressure value of 20 Pa is under consideration for
applicable frequencies between 20 kHz and 100 kHz.
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13.2.2
TABLE: Batteries
Result — Remark
Verdict
Form A.37.
N/A
Battery load and charging circuit diagram:
Battery type ............................................................:
—
Battery manufacturer/model/catalogue No. ...........:
—
Battery ratings ........................................................:
—
Reverse polarity instalment test
Single component failures
Component
Verdict
Open circuit
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Result — Remark
14.3
TABLE: Overtemperature protection devices
Verdict
Form A.38
Reliability test
Component
Type
(NOTE)
Verdict
Comments
NOTE:
NSR = non-self-resetting (10 times)
NR = non-resetting
(1 time)
SR = self-resetting
(200 times)
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Result — Remark
4.4.2.7
TABLE: MAINS transformer
4.4.2.7.2
Short circuit
14.6
MAINS transformers tested outside equipment
Verdict
Form A.39
N/A
Type .............................. :
—
Manufacturer ................. :
—
Test in equipment
Test on bench
Test repeated inside equipment (see 14.6)
Optional – Insulation class (IEC 60085) of the lowest rated winding ............. :
Winding identification
Type of Protector for winding (NOTE 1)
Elapsed time
Current, A
primary
secondary
Winding temperature, °C primary
(see NOTE 2) secondary
Tissue paper / cheesecloth OK ?
(Pass / Fail)
Voltage tests (see NOTE 3)
Primary to secondary
______ V ____
Primary to core
______ V ____
Secondary to secondary ______ V ____
Secondary to core
______ V ____
Verdict
NOTE 1:
NOTE 2:
NOTE 3:
Primary fuse
Secondary fuse
Overtemperature protection
Impedance protection
Indicate method of measurement
- PF /
(
)
A
- SF /
(
)
A
- OP /
(
)
°C
-Z
TC = with thermocouple
R = resistance method
If resistance method is used, record resistance in cold and warm condition in FormA.26B!
Record the voltage applied and the type of voltage (r.m.s. / d.c. / peak) and for
results use
NB = no breakdown
or
B = breakdown
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4.4.2.7
TABLE: MAINS transformer
4.4.2.7.3
Overload tests (for MAINS transformers)
14.6
MAINS transformers tested outside equipment
Verdict
Form A.40
N/A
Type ................................ :
—
Manufacturer ................... :
—
Test in equipment
Test on bench
Test repeated inside equipment (see 14.6)
Optional – Insulation class (IEC 60085) of the lowest rated winding ............ :
Winding identification
Type of Protector for winding (NOTE 1)
Elapsed time
Current, A
primary
secondary
Winding temperature, °C primary
(see NOTE 2) secondary
Tissue paper / cheesecloth OK ?
(Pass / Fail)
Voltage tests (see NOTE 3)
Primary to secondary
______ V ____
Primary to core
______ V ____
Secondary to secondary
______ V ____
Secondary to core
______ V ____
Verdict
NOTE 1:
NOTE 2:
NOTE 3:
Primary fuse
Secondary fuse
Overtemperature protection
Impedance protection
Indicate method of measurement
- PF /
(
)
A
- SF /
(
)
A
- OP /
(
)
°C
-Z
TC = with thermocouple
R = resistance method
If resistance method is used, record resistance in cold and warm condition in FormA.26B!
Record the voltage applied and the type of voltage (r.m.s. / d.c. / peak) and for
results use
NB = no breakdown
or
B = breakdown
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14.8
TABLE: Transient overvoltage limiting devices
Component / Designation
Result — Remark
Form A.41
Overvoltage MAINS voltage Test voltage
Category
V rms
V
Test room ambient temperature ….:
Verdict
tm
C
tc
C
tmax
C
Rupture Circuit breaker Verdict
Yes / No
tripped
Comments
°C
NOTE - tm = measured temperature
tc = tm corrected (tm–ta+ 40 C or max. RATED ambient)
tmax = maximum permitted temperature
Conformity is checked by applying 5 positive and 5 negative impulses with the applicable impulse withstand voltage, spaced up to 1 min apart, from a hybrid impulse generator (see IEC 61180-1).
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N/A
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Annex H
TABLE: Qualification of conformal coating
for protection against pollution
Verdict
Form A.42
N/A
Technical properties
Manufacturer
—
Type
—
Meet requirements of ANSI / UL 746E
[yes / no]
Manufacturer declaration of coating material
[yes / no]
Operating temperature of coating
[ ] °C
Comparative tracking index (CTI)
[ ]
Insulation resistance
[ ]Ω
Dielectric strength
[ ]V
UV resistance (if required)
[yes / no]
Flammability rating
Preparation of the test specimens conducted [yes / no]
Item Test conditioning
Parameter
Td
h
1
Samples
1
2
3
4
Verdict
5
6
Scratch resistance
Visual inspection
2
Cold
24
3
Dry heat
48
4
Rapid temp.
change
5
Damp heat
6
Adhesion of coating
24
5N
Visual inspection
7
Humidity
8
Insulation
resistance
48
>= 100 Ω
Visual inspection
NOTE Td = Test duration time
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Comments
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TABLE: Additional or special tests conducted
Clause and name of test
Test type and condition
Form A.43
Observed results
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TEST EQUIPMENT LIST ITEM
N/A
—
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Verdict
P
TABLE: 1 - List of components and circuits relied on for safety
Unique component
reference or location
Application/function
Manufacturer /
trademark
Type / model
Technical data
Standard
Mark(s) of conformity
evidence of acceptance
(NOTE 2)
(NOTE 1)
(NOTE 3 and 4)
Enclosure
Various
Various
Metal
PCB
Various
Various
Min. HB
SS-120
250V, 10A
Appliance inlet with Switc Rong Feng
h
RF-1003
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
Circuit Breaker
Rockwell
1489..
277V
DC Power Supply
Mean Well
SP-024-24
Blower FAN
EBM Papst
1G140-M1G055-CF
Input: 100240V, 50/60Hz, 3.6A
Output: 24Vdc, 10A
24Vdc, 2.50A
EN 61010- Tested in appliance
1
UL 61010-1
UL 796
UL
EN 603201
EN 610581
UL 1283
UL 61058
EN 60898
UL 489
UL 60950-1
EN 609501
IEC 610101
VDE
UL
VDE
UL
UL
TUV
Tested in appliance
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Verdict
P
TABLE: 1 - List of components and circuits relied on for safety
Unique component
reference or location
Application/function
Manufacturer /
trademark
Type / model
Technical data
(NOTE 2)
(NOTE 1)
NOTE
 1 List all different manufacturers of the above components
 2 May include electrical, mechanical values
 3 List licence no or method of acceptance
TRF No. IEC61010_1H
 4 asterisk indicates mark assuring agreed level of surveillance
s
Standard
Mark(s) of conformity
evidence of acceptance
(NOTE 3 and 4)
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