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TEST REPORT
IEC 60950-1
Information technology equipment – Safety –
Part 1: General requirements
Report Reference No. .................... :
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Tested by
(printed name and signature) .......... :
Simon Huang
Approved by
(printed name and signature) .......... :
Jess Wang
Date of issue .................................... :
January 07, 2013
Testing Laboratory Name.............. :
Cerpass Technology Corp.
Address ............................................ :
9F, No. 200, Gangcian Rd., Neihu District, Taipei City 114, Taiwan
Applicant’s name............................ :
VIVOTEK INC
Address ............................................ :
6TH FL, 192 LIEN CHENG RD CHUNG HO TAIPEI HSIEN, 235
TAIWAN
.....................................................
.....................................................
Test specification:
Standard........................................... :
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009 and/or
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2011
Test procedure ................................. :
Service of CE Marking in LVD
Non-standard test method…………..:
N/A
Test item description ......................:
Network Video Recorder
Trade Mark....................................... :
Manufacturer .................................... :
Same as applicant
Model/Type reference ...................... :
NR8401
Ratings ............................................. :
100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 3A
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Particulars: test item vs. test requirements
Equipment mobility.....................................................: Movable
Connection to the mains ............................................: Pluggable equipment
Operating condition....................................................: Continuous
Access location .........................................................: Operator accessible
Over voltage category (OVC) ....................................: OVC II
Mains supply tolerance (%) or absolute mains supply ± 10 %
values ........................................................................:
Tested for IT power systems ....................................: YES
IT testing, phase-phase voltage (V) ..........................: 230V for Norway
Class of equipment ...................................................: Class I
Considered current rating (A) ...................................: 16A
Pollution degree (PD) ................................................: PD2
IP protection class ....................................................: IPX0
Altitude during operation (m) ....................................: Up to 2000
Altitude of test laboratory (m) ....................................: Up to 2000
Mass of equipment (kg) ............................................: 8.79kg
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 ............................................ : December 14, 2012
Date(s) of performance of tests .................................... : December 14, 2012 – January 07, 2013
General remarks:
The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.
This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the Issuing testing
laboratory.
"(see Enclosure #)" refers to additional information appended to the report.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
Throughout this report a point is used as the decimal separator.
Rev 2.0
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Factor(ies):
VIVOTEK INC
6TH FL, 192 LIEN CHENG RD CHUNG HO TAIPEI HSIEN, 235 TAIWAN
General product information:
This equipment, model NR8401, is a Class I Network Video Storage which is intended to use within
information technology equipment.
The equipment consists of building-in power supply and main board housed with metallic enclosure.
Other comments:
The product was submitted and tested for use at the maximum ambient temperature (Tma) permitted by the
manufacturer’s specification of: 40°C.
The power supply cord of the equipment must be evaluated when submitted to national approval.
Copy of marking plate:
Rev 2.0
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
1
GENERAL
P
1.5
Components
P
1.5.1
General
See below.
P
Comply with IEC 60950-1 or relevant component
standard
Components which were
found to affect safety aspects
comply with the requirements
of this standard or with the
safety aspects of the relevant
IEC/EN component standards.
See appended table 1.5.1.
P
Evaluation and testing of components
Components certified to IEC
standards and/or their
harmonized standards, are
used within their ratings and
are checked for correct
application.
P
1.5.2
Result - Remark
Verdict
Components, which no
relevant IEC-Standard exists,
are used within their ratings
and are tested under the
conditions occurring in the
equipment.
1.5.3
Thermal controls
No thermal control.
N/A
1.5.4
Transformers
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
1.5.5
Interconnecting cables
Interconnection o/p cable to
other device is carrying only
SELV on an energy level below
240VA.
P
Except for the insulation
material, there are no further
requirements for the o/p
interconnection cable.
1.5.6
Capacitors bridging insulation
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
1.5.7
Resistors bridging insulation
No such components
provided.
N/A
1.5.7.1
Resistors bridging functional, basic or
supplementary insulation
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.7.2
Resistors bridging double or reinforced insulation
between a.c. mains and other circuits
Same as above.
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
1.5.7.3
Resistors bridging double or reinforced insulation
between a.c. mains and antenna or coaxial cable
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.8
Components in equipment for IT power systems
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
1.5.9
Surge suppressors
No such components provided.
N/A
1.5.9.1
General
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.9.2
Protection of VDRs
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.9.3
Bridging of functional insulation by a VDR
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.9.4
Bridging of basic insulation by a VDR
Same as above.
N/A
1.5.9.5
Bridging of supplementary, double or reinforced
insulation by a VDR
Same as above.
N/A
1.6
Power interface
1.6.1
AC power distribution systems
TN power system. IT power
system for Norway only.
P
1.6.2
Input current
LAN ports transmitted data
and HDD read/write data
continuously, USB port loaded
2.5W. See appended table
1.6.2.
P
1.6.3
Voltage limit of hand-held equipment
This appliance is not handheld equipment.
N/A
1.6.4
Neutral conductor
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
1.7
Marking and instructions
1.7.1
Power rating and identification markings
See below.
P
1.7.1.1
Power rating marking
See below.
P
Multiple mains supply connections..........................:
Single supply connection.
Rated voltage(s) or voltage range(s) (V) ...............:
100-240Vac
P
Symbol for nature of supply, for d.c. only ...............:
Mains from AC source.
P
Rated frequency or rated frequency range (Hz) ....:
50-60Hz
P
Rated current (mA or A) ........................................:
3A
P
Identification markings
See below.
P
1.7.1.2
P
P
Manufacturer’s name or trade-mark or identification
mark .......................................................................:
Model identification or type reference ....................:
Rev 2.0
N/A
P
NR8401
P
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Symbol for Class II equipment only .......................:
Class I equipment.
Other markings and symbols .................................:
Additional symbols or
markings do not give rise to
misunderstanding.
P
1.7.2
Safety instructions and marking
See below.
P
1.7.2.1
General
The user’s manual contains
information for operation,
installation, servicing,
transport, storage and
technical data. The operation
guide is provided to the user.
P
1.7.2.2
Disconnect devices
The installation instruction
state that the socket-outlet
shall be installed near the
equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
P
1.7.2.3
Overcurrent protective device
This equipment is not
permanently connected
equipment or pluggable
equipment type B.
N/A
1.7.2.4
IT power distribution systems
It shall be evaluated when
submitted for Norway national
approval.
N/A
1.7.2.5
Operator access with a tool
No operator access areas
require the use of a tool.
N/A
1.7.2.6
Ozone
No ozone produces within this
equipment.
N/A
1.7.3
Short duty cycles
Equipment is designed for
continuous operation.
N/A
1.7.4
Supply voltage adjustment ....................................:
No voltage adjustment device
provided.
N/A
Methods and means of adjustment; reference to
installation instructions ..........................................:
Same as above.
N/A
1.7.5
Power outlets on the equipment ...........................:
No outlet provided.
N/A
1.7.6
Fuse identification (marking, special fusing
characteristics, cross-reference) ..........................:
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
1.7.7
Wiring terminals
See below.
P
1.7.7.1
Protective earthing and bonding terminals ...........:
IEC 60417-5017 marking
provide on metal enclosure for
identify protective earth.
P
Rev 2.0
Verdict
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
1.7.7.2
Terminals for a.c. mains supply conductors
The equipment with appliance
inlet which is intended to use
the detachable type power
supply cord.
N/A
1.7.7.3
Terminals for d.c. mains supply conductors
AC mains supply only.
N/A
1.7.8
Controls and indicators
The marking and indication is
located that indication of
function clearly.
P
1.7.8.1
Identification, location and marking ......................:
See below.
P
1.7.8.2
Colours ................................................................:
No safety relevant controls or
indicators.
N/A
1.7.8.3
Symbols according to IEC 60417 .........................:
“I” and “O” marking on power
switch of power supply, and
standby marking according to
IEC 60417
P
1.7.8.4
Markings using figures ........................................:
No indicators for different
positions of control.
N/A
1.7.9
Isolation of multiple power sources .....................:
Only one supply connection.
N/A
1.7.10
Thermostats and other regulating devices ..........:
No such device provided.
N/A
1.7.11
Durability
The label was subjected to the
permanence of marking test.
The label was rubbed with
cloth soaked with water for 15
s and then again for 15 s with
the cloth soaked with
petroleum spirit.
After this test there was no
damage to the label. The
marking on the label did not
fade. There was neither
curling nor lifting of the label
edge.
P
1.7.12
Removable parts
No required markings placed
on removable parts.
P
1.7.13
Replaceable batteries ..........................................:
The R.T.C battery is
exchangeable. Warning text
provided in user’s manual.
P
Language(s) ........................................................ :
English.

1.7.14
Equipment for restricted access locations............:
2
PROTECTION FROM HAZARDS
P
2.1
Protection from electric shock and energy hazards
P
Rev 2.0
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
2.1.1
Protection in operator access areas
See below.
P
2.1.1.1
Access to energized parts
See below.
P
Test by inspection ..................................................:
No access with test finger to
any parts with only basic
insulation to ELV or
hazardous voltage.
P
The test pin cannot touch
hazardous voltage through
any openings within the
appliance.
Test with test finger (Figure 2A) ............................:
Same as above.
P
Test with test pin (Figure 2B) .................................:
Same as above.
P
Test with test probe (Figure 2C) ............................:
No TNV.
N/A
2.1.1.2
Battery compartments
No battery compartments and
TNV circuits.
N/A
2.1.1.3
Access to ELV wiring
No ELV wiring in operator
accessible area.
N/A
Working voltage (Vpeak or Vrms); minimum
distance through insulation (mm)
Same as above.
2.1.1.4
Access to hazardous voltage circuit wiring
No hazardous voltage wiring
in operator accessible area.
2.1.1.5
Energy hazards ......................................................:
No energy hazard circuit in
user accessible parts.
2.1.1.6
Manual controls
No conductive shafts of
operating knobs and handles.
N/A
2.1.1.7
Discharge of capacitors in equipment
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
Measured voltage (V); time-constant (s) ................:
Same as above.
Energy hazards – d.c. mains supply
AC mains supply only.
N/A
a) Capacitor connected to the d.c. mains supply ...:
Same as above.
N/A
b) Internal battery connected to the d.c. mains
supply ....................................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
2.1.1.9
Audio amplifiers .....................................................:
No audio amplifier provided.
N/A
2.1.2
Protection in service access areas
No maintenance work in
operation mode necessary.
N/A
2.1.3
Protection in restricted access locations
It is not intended to use in
restricted locations.
N/A
2.2
SELV circuits
2.1.1.8
Rev 2.0

N/A
P
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P
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
2.2.1
General requirements
See below.
P
2.2.2
Voltages under normal conditions (V) ...................:
Between any SELV circuits
42.4V peak or 60VDC are not
exceeded.
P
2.2.3
Voltages under fault conditions (V) ........................:
Single fault did not cause
excessive voltage in
accessible SELV circuits.
Limits of 71V peak and 120V
DC were not exceed and
SELV limits not for longer than
0.2 seconds.
P
2.2.4
Connection of SELV circuits to other circuits .......:
See 2.2.2 and 2.2.3.
No direct connection between
SELV and any primary
circuits.
N/A
2.3
TNV circuits
N/A
No TNV circuits.
2.3.1
Limits
N/A
Type of TNV circuits ...............................................:

2.3.2
Separation from other circuits and from accessible
parts
N/A
2.3.2.1
General requirements
N/A
2.3.2.2
Protection by basic insulation
N/A
2.3.2.3
Protection by earthing
N/A
2.3.2.4
Protection by other constructions ..........................:
N/A
2.3.3
Separation from hazardous voltages
N/A
Insulation employed................................................:
2.3.4
Connection of TNV circuits to other circuits
Insulation employed................................................:

N/A

2.3.5
Test for operating voltages generated externally
N/A
2.4
Limited current circuits
N/A
Evaluated in approved building-in power supply unit.
2.4.1
General requirements
N/A
2.4.2
Limit values
N/A
Frequency (Hz) .......................................................:
Rev 2.0
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Measured current (mA)...........................................:

Measured voltage (V) .............................................:

Measured circuit capacitance (nF or µF) ................:

2.4.3
Connection of limited current circuits to other
circuits
2.5
Limited power sources
N/A
P
a) Inherently limited output
Results see appended table
2.5
P
b) Impedance limited output
Results see appended table
2.5
P
c) Regulating network limited output under normal
operating and single fault condition
N/A
d) Overcurrent protective device limited output
N/A
Max. output voltage (V), max. output current (A),
max. apparent power (VA)......................................:
Results see appended table
2.5


Current rating of overcurrent protective device (A) .:
Use of integrated circuit (IC) current limiters
P
2.6
Provisions for earthing and bonding
2.6.1
Protective earthing
One green/yellow wire is
hook-in soldering to the PE
pin of the appliance inlet with
heat shrink tube and fixed to
the metal chassis by a screw,
star washer and ring terminal.
P
2.6.2
Functional earthing
Secondary functional earthing
is separated to primary by
reinforced or double
insulation.
P
2.6.3
Protective earthing and protective bonding
conductors
See below.
P
2.6.3.1
General
See below.
P
2.6.3.2
Size of protective earthing conductors
No power cord provided.
2
2.6.3.3
Rev 2.0
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG .......................................................................:
Same as above.
Size of protective bonding conductors
Evaluation by test. See
2.6.3.4.
N/A

N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
2
Verdict
Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG .......................................................................:

Protective current rating (A), cross-sectional area
2
(mm ), AWG ...........................................................:
N/A
2.6.3.4
Resistance of earthing conductors and their
terminations; resistance (), voltage drop (V), test
current (A), duration (min) ......................................:
Earthed pin of AC inlet to
metallic chassis:
6.9m (32A, 2min. Voltage
Drop = 0.2208V)
P
2.6.3.5
Colour of insulation .................................................:
Green/yellow wire used.
P
2.6.4
Terminals
See below.
2.6.4.1
General
Refer to 2.6.4.2 and 2.6.4.3.
P
2.6.4.2
Protective earthing and bonding terminals
Appliance inlet is used.
Screw construction for
bonding terminals.
See 2.6.4.3.
P
N/A

Rated current (A), type, nominal thread diameter
(mm) .......................................................................:
2.6.4.3
Separation of the protective earthing conductor
from protective bonding conductors
Appliance inlet provided. Only
one protective bonding
conductor (green-yellow wire)
provided.
P
2.6.5
Integrity of protective earthing
See below.
P
2.6.5.1
Interconnection of equipment
This unit has it’s own earthing
connection. Any other units
connected via the output shall
be provided SELV only.
P
2.6.5.2
Components in protective earthing conductors and
protective bonding conductors
No switch or overcurrent
protective device in protective
bonding conductor and
earthing conductor.
P
2.6.5.3
Disconnection of protective earth
Appliance inlet provided.
P
2.6.5.4
Parts that can be removed by an operator
For the appliance coupler, the
earth connection is made
before and broken after the
hazardous voltage. No other
operator removable parts.
P
2.6.5.5
Parts removed during servicing
The protective earthing
connections of equipment
can’t be disconnected for
servicing unless the relevant
hazards is removed.
P
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
2.6.5.6
Corrosion resistance
All safety earthing connections
in compliance with Annex J.
2.6.5.7
Screws for protective bonding
No self-tapping or spaced
thread screws.
N/A
2.6.5.8
Reliance on telecommunication network or cable
distribution system
No TNV circuits.
N/A
2.7
Overcurrent and earth fault protection in primary circuits
P
N/A
Evaluated in approved building-in power supply unit.
2.7.1
Basic requirements
N/A
Instructions when protection relies on building
installation
N/A
2.7.2
Faults not simulated in 5.3.7
N/A
2.7.3
Short-circuit backup protection
N/A
2.7.4
Number and location of protective devices ........... :
N/A
2.7.5
Protection by several devices
N/A
2.7.6
Warning to service personnel ................................ :
N/A
2.8
Safety interlocks
N/A
2.8.1
General principles
N/A
2.8.2
Protection requirements
N/A
2.8.3
Inadvertent reactivation
N/A
2.8.4
Fail-safe operation
N/A
Protection against extreme hazard
N/A
2.8.5
Moving parts
N/A
2.8.6
Overriding
N/A
2.8.7
Switches, relays and their related circuits
N/A
2.8.7.1
Separation distances for contact gaps and their
related circuits (mm) ..............................................:
N/A
2.8.7.2
Overload test
N/A
2.8.7.3
Endurance test
N/A
2.8.7.4
Electric strength test
N/A
2.8.8
Mechanical actuators
N/A
2.9
Electrical insulation
P
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
2.9.1
Properties of insulating materials
Natural rubber, asbestos or
hygroscopic materials are not
used.
2.9.2
Humidity conditioning
Carried out for 48 h.
Relative humidity (%), temperature (°C) ............... :
93% R.H., 25C.

2.9.3
Grade of insulation
The adequate levels of safety
insulation is provided and
maintained to comply with the
requirements of this standard.
P
2.9.4
Separation from hazardous voltages
See below.
P
Method(s) used ..................................................... :
Class I equipment, which is
separated from hazardous
voltage by double/reinforced
insulation though internal
power supply.

P
2.10
Clearances, creepage distances and distances through insulation
P
2.10.1
General
See below for details.
P
2.10.1.1
Frequency ..............................................................:
The frequency not exceeding
30kHz.
P
2.10.1.2
Pollution degrees ...................................................:
Pollution Degree 2.
P
2.10.1.3
Reduced values for functional insualtion
See sub-clause 5.3.4.
P
2.10.1.4
Intervening unconnected conductive parts
Not applicable.
N/A
2.10.1.5
Insulation with varying dimensions
Not applicable.
N/A
2.10.1.6
Special separation requirements
No TNV circuit.
N/A
2.10.1.7
Insulation in circuits generating starting pulses
No such circuits within
equipment.
N/A
2.10.2
Determination of working voltage
See below.
N/A
2.10.2.1
General
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.2.2
RMS working voltage
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.2.3
Peak working voltage
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.3
Clearances
See below.
P
2.10.3.1
General
See below.
P
2.10.3.2
Mains transient voltages
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
a) AC mains supply ................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
b) Earthed d.c. mains supplies ..............................:
Same as above.
N/A
c) Unearthed d.c. mains supplies ..........................:
Same as above.
N/A
d) Battery operation ...............................................:
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.3.3
Clearances in primary circuits
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.3.4
Clearances in secondary circuits
Refer to sub-clause 5.3.4.
2.10.3.5
Clearances in circuits having starting pulses
No such circuits within
equipment.
N/A
2.10.3.6
Transients from a.c. mains supply .........................:
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.3.7
Transients from d.c. mains supply .........................:
Mains from AC source.
N/A
2.10.3.8
Transients from telecommunication networks and
cable distribution systems ......................................:
No such circuits within
equipment.
N/A
2.10.3.9
Measurement of transient voltage levels
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
a) Transients from a mains suplply
Same as above.
N/A
For an a.c. mains supply ........................................:
Same as above.
N/A
For a d.c. mains supply ..........................................:
Same as above.
N/A
b) Transients from a telecommunication network :
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.4
Creepage distances
See below.
P
2.10.4.1
General
See appended table 2.10.3
and 2.10.4.
Insulation between other parts
in the equipment is functional.
For details see sub-clause
5.3.4.
Creepage distances inside
building-in power supply unit
have been evaluated during
type approval and are in
compliance with the
requirements of this standard.
P
2.10.4.2
Material group and caomparative tracking index
Material group IIIb is assumed
to be used.
P
CTI tests .................................................................:
CTI rating for all materials are
min. 100.

2.10.4.3
Minimum creepage distances
See sub-clause 2.10.4.
P
2.10.5
Solid insulation
See below.
P
2.10.5.1
General
See below.
P
Rev 2.0
P
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2.10.5.2
Distances through insulation
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
Verdict
P
Other parts, see appended
table 1.5.1 and 2.10.5.
2.10.5.3
Insulating compound as solid insulation
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.5.4
Semiconductor devices
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.5.5.
Cemented joints
No such components
provided.
N/A
2.10.5.6
Thin sheet material – General
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.5.7
Separable thin sheet material
N/A

Number of layers (pcs) ...........................................:
2.10.5.8
Non-separable thin sheet material
No such components
provided.
N/A
2.10.5.9
Thin sheet material – standard test procedure
No such components
provided.
N/A

Electric strength test
2.10.5.10
Thin sheet material – alternative test procedure
No such components
provided.
N/A

Electric strength test
2.10.5.11
Insulation in wound components
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.5.12
Wire in wound components
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
Working voltage .....................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
a) Basic insulation not under stress .......................:
Same as above.
N/A
b) Basic, supplemetary, reinforced insulation ........:
Same as above.
N/A
c) Compliance with Annex U .................................:
Same as above.
N/A
Two wires in contact inside wound component;
angle between 45 and 90 ....................................:
Same as above.
N/A
Wire with solvent-based enamel in wound
components
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.5.13

Electric strength test
Routine test
2.10.5.14
Rev 2.0
Additional insulation in wound components
N/A
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
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Working voltage .....................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
- Basic insulation not under stress .........................:
Same as above.
N/A
- Supplemetary, reinforced insulation ....................:
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.6
Construction of printed boards
See below.
P
2.10.6.1
Uncoated printed boards
See appended table 2.10.3
and 2.10.4.
P
2.10.6.2
Coated printed boards
No such printed board.
N/A
2.10.6.3
Insulation between conductors on the same inner
surface of a printed board
No such multi-layer printed
board.
N/A
2.10.6.4
Insulation between conductors on different layers of No such consideration.
a printed board
N/A
Distance through insulation
Same as above.
N/A
Number of insulation layers (pcs) ...........................:
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.7
Component external terminations
Evaluated in approved
building-in power supply unit.
N/A
2.10.8
Tests on coated printed boards and coated
components
No such printed boards and
compnents provided.
N/A
2.10.8.1
Sample preparation and preliminary inspection
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.8.2
Thermal conditioning
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.8.3
Electric strength test
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.8.4
Abrasion resistance test
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.9
Thermal cycling
No such consideration.
N/A
2.10.10
Test for Pollution Degree 1 environment and
insulating compound
No such consideration.
N/A
2.10.11
Tests for semiconductor devices and cemented
joints
Same as above.
N/A
2.10.12
Enclosed and sealed parts
No hermetically sealed
components.
N/A
3
WIRING, CONNECTIONS AND SUPPLY
P
3.1
General
P
3.1.1
Current rating and overcurrent protection
Rev 2.0
All internal wires are UL
recognized. Cross-sectional
area of internal wiring is
suitable for current intended to
be carried.
P
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3.1.2
Protection against mechanical damage
Wires do not touch sharp
edges or heat sinks, which
could damage insulation and
cause hazard.
P
3.1.3
Securing of internal wiring
Internal wiring is secured
reliable so that loosening of
terminal connections is
unlikely.
P
3.1.4
Insulation of conductors
Insulation of the conductor is
suitable for the application.
For insulation material see
sub-clause 3.1.1.
P
3.1.5
Beads and ceramic insulators
Not used.
N/A
3.1.6
Screws for electrical contact pressure
No such screws provided.
N/A
3.1.7
Insulating materials in electrical connections
All connections are metal to
metal.
N/A
3.1.8
Self-tapping and spaced thread screws
No self-tapping screws are
used.
N/A
3.1.9
Termination of conductors
All conductors are reliable
secured.
P
10 N pull test
Break away or pivot on its
terminal is unlikely.
P
3.1.10
Sleeving on wiring
Used for internal secondary
wiring.
P
3.2
Connection to a mains supply
3.2.1
Means of connection
See below
P
3.2.1.1
Connection to an a.c. mains supply
Appliance coupler used.
P
3.2.1.2
Connection to a d.c. mains supply
AC mains supply only.
N/A
3.2.2
Multiple supply connections
Only one supply connection.
N/A
3.2.3
Permanently connected equipment
Not permanently connected
equipment.
N/A
Number of conductors, diameter of cable and
conduits (mm) ........................................................:
Same as above.

3.2.4
Appliance inlets
Appliance coupler complies
with IEC 60320-1. The
connector can be easily
inserted and does not support
the equipment.
P
3.2.5
Power supply cords
No power cord provided.
Rev 2.0
Verdict
P
N/A
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3.2.5.1
AC power supply cords
Same as above.
N/A
Same as above.

Rated current (A), cross-sectional area (mm ),
AWG ......................................................................:
Same as above.

3.2.5.2
DC power supply cords
AC mains supply.
N/A
3.2.6
Cord anchorages and strain relief
No non-detachable power
cords provided.
N/A
Mass of equipment (kg), pull (N) ..........................:
Same as above.

Longitudinal displacement (mm) ...........................:
Same as above.

3.2.7
Protection against mechanical damage
No parts under this unit likely
to damage the power supply
cord. No sharp edge.
P
3.2.8
Cord guards
No cord guard.
Type .......................................................................:
2
N/A
Diameter or minor dimension D (mm); test mass (g) Same as above.
................................................................................:

Radius of curvature of cord (mm)...........................:
Same as above.

3.2.9
Supply wiring space
Not permanently connector
and without non-detachable
power supply cord.
3.3
Wiring terminals for connection of external conductors
N/A
N/A
Not permanently connected equipment and equipment with ordinary non-detachable
power supply cords.
3.3.1
Wiring terminals
N/A
3.3.2
Connection of non-detachable power supply cords
N/A
3.3.3
Screw terminals
N/A
3.3.4
Conductor sizes to be connected
N/A
Rated current (A), cord/cable type, cross-sectional
2
area (mm )..............................................................:
3.3.5
Wiring terminal sizes
Rated current (A), type, nominal thread diameter
(mm) ......................................................................:

N/A

3.3.6
Wiring terminal design
N/A
3.3.7
Grouping of wiring terminals
N/A
3.3.8
Stranded wire
N/A
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3.4
Disconnection from the mains supply
3.4.1
General requirement
See below.
P
3.4.2
Disconnect devices
Appliance inlet used.
P
3.4.3
Permanently connected equipment
Not permanently connected
equipment.
N/A
3.4.4
Parts which remain energized
When plug or inlet is
disconnected no remaining
parts with hazardous voltage
in the equipment.
P
3.4.5
Switches in flexible cords
Not provided.
3.4.6
Number of poles - single-phase and d.c. equipment The inlet disconnects both
poles simultaneously.
3.4.7
Number of poles - three-phase equipment
Single-phase equipment.
N/A
3.4.8
Switches as disconnect devices
Appliance inlet used. No
switch as disconnect device.
N/A
3.4.9
Plugs as disconnect devices
Appliance inlet used. No plugs
as disconnect device.
N/A
3.4.10
Interconnected equipment
Interconnection with other
equipment only via SELV
outputs.
N/A
3.4.11
Multiple power sources
Only one supply connection
provided.
N/A
3.5
Interconnection of equipment
3.5.1
General requirements
See below.
P
3.5.2
Types of interconnection circuits ...........................:
Interconnection circuits of
SELV and LCC via secondary
output connector.
P
3.5.3
ELV circuits as interconnection circuits
No ELV interconnection.
3.5.4
Data ports for additional equipment
Results see appended table
2.5.
4
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
4.1
Stability
P
Rev 2.0
N/A
P
P
N/A
P
P
N/A
P
Angle of 10
Test force (N) ........................................................:
Verdict
Equipment is not a floorstanding unit.
N/A
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4.2
Mechanical strength
4.2.1
General
See below. After tests
equipment still complies with
sub-clauses 2.1.1, 2.6.1, 2.10.
Rack-mounted equipment.
Not such equipment.
4.2.2
Steady force test, 10 N
10N force applied to
components and parts other
than parts serving as an
enclosure.
4.2.3
Steady force test, 30 N
No internal enclosure.
4.2.4
Steady force test, 250 N
250 N applied to outer
enclosure. No energy or other
hazards.
P
4.2.5
Impact test
See below.
P
Fall test
No crack and hazardous part
could be user access.
P
Swing test
No crack and hazardous part
could be user access.
P
4.2.6
Drop test; height (mm) ...........................................:
Not direct plug-in equipment.
N/A
4.2.7
Stress relief test
Metal enclosure used.
N/A
4.2.8
Cathode ray tubes
No CRT in the unit.
N/A
Picture tube separately certified ............................:
Same as above.
N/A
4.2.9
High pressure lamps
No high pressure lamp
provided.
N/A
4.2.10
Wall or ceiling mounted equipment; force (N) .......:
4.2.11
Rotating solid media
P
P
N/A
P
N/A
N/A
No such components provide.
Test to cover on the door…………………………….:
N/A
N/A
P
4.3
Design and construction
4.3.1
Edges and corners
Edges and corners of the
enclosure are rounded.
4.3.2
Handles and manual controls; force (N)............. :
No handles or controls used.
N/A
4.3.3
Adjustable controls
No control device.
N/A
4.3.4
Securing of parts
Mechanical fixings are reliable
designed to withstand
mechanical stress occurring
during normal use.
Rev 2.0
P
P
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4.3.5
Connection by plugs and sockets
No misconnection of plugs,
connections or sockets
possible.
4.3.6
Direct plug-in equipment
Not direct plug-in type.
Torque ..................................................................:
Same as above.

Compliance with the relevant mains plug standard
...............................................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
4.3.7
Heating elements in earthed equipment
No heating elements.
N/A
4.3.8
Batteries
See below.
- Overcharging of a rechargeable battery
- Unintentional charging of a non-rechargeable
battery
Verdict
P
N/A
P
N/A
For R.T.C Battery (BTH1)
Result see appended table 5.3
- Reverse charging of a rechargeable battery
P
N/A
- Excessive discharging rate for any battery
See appended table 5.3
4.3.9
Oil and grease
Insulation in intended use not
considered to be exposed to
oil and grease.
N/A
4.3.10
Dust, powders, liquids and gases
EUT in intended use does not
produce dust or use powders,
liquids or gases.
N/A
4.3.11
Containers for liquids or gases
No such containers provided.
N/A
4.3.12
Flammable liquids .................................................:
No flammable liquids used.
N/A
Quantity of liquid (l) ...............................................:
Same as above.
N/A
Flash point (C) .....................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
4.3.13
Radiation
See below.
P
4.3.13.1
General
Same as above.
P
4.3.13.2
Ionizing radiation
No ionizing radiation or
flammable liquids present.
Measured radiation (pA/kg) ..................................:
Same as above.

Measured high-voltage (kV) .................................:
Same as above.

Measured focus voltage (kV) ................................:
Same as above.

CRT markings ......................................................:
Same as above.

Effect of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on materials
No UV radiation.
N/A
Part, property, retention after test, flammability
classification .........................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
Human exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation .......:
No UV radiation.
N/A
4.3.13.3
4.3.13.4
Rev 2.0
P
N/A
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Lasers (including laser diodes) and LEDs
See below.
4.3.13.5.1
Lasers (including laser laser diodes)
No such components
provided.
Verdict
P
N/A

Laser class ...........................................................:
4.3.13.5.2
Light emitting diodes (LEDs)
AEL of LED far below the
limiting values for LED Class
1.
4.3.13.6
Other types ...........................................................:
No such consideration.
4.4
Protection against hazardous moving parts
4.4.1
General
See below.
P
4.4.2
Protection in operator access areas .....................:
See below.
P
Household and home/office document/media
shredders
No moving parts except for
DC fans located within
equipment which was no
operator accessible area
inside.
P
4.4.3
Protection in restricted access locations ..............:
Not for restricted access
locations used
4.4.4
Protection in service access areas
Unintentional contact with
inside DC fan is possible.
However, indication for power
off equipment first in service
manual provided.
4.4.5
Protection against moving fan blades
No moving parts except for
DC fans located within
equipment which was no
operator accessible area
inside.
N/A
4.4.5.1
General
Same as above.
N/A
Not considered to cause pain or injury. a)………….: Same as above.
N/A
Is considered to cause pain, not injury. b) …………: Same as above.
N/A
Considered to cause injury.
c) …………: Same as above.
N/A
Same as above.
N/A
Use of symbol or warning ……………………………: Same as above.
N/A
Protection for service persons
Same as above.
N/A
Use of symbol or warning ……………………………: Same as above.
N/A
4.4.5.2
4.4.5.3
Rev 2.0
Protection for users
P
N/A
P
N/A
P
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Thermal requirements
4.5.1
General
See below.
P
4.5.2
Temperature tests
See appended table 4.5.
P
Normal load condition per Annex L ......................:
See Annex L.

4.5.3
Temperature limits for materials
See appended table 4.5.
P
4.5.4
Touch temperature limits
See appended table 4.5.
P
4.5.5
Resistance to abnormal heat ................................:
See appended table 4.5.5 for
primary connector, other
material evaluated in
approved building-in power
supply unit
P
4.6
Openings in enclosures
4.6.1
Top and side openings
Several openings provided, no
hazardous parts within 5
projection area.
P
Dimensions (mm) .................................................:
See appended table 4.6.1 &
4.6.2.

Bottoms of fire enclosures
No openings.
P
Construction of the bottomm, dimensions (mm) ..:
See appended table 4.6.1 &
4.6.2.

4.6.3
Doors or covers in fire enclosures
No doors or covers are
provided.
N/A
4.6.4
Openings in transportable equipment
Not such equipment.
N/A
4.6.4.1
Constructional design measures
Same as above.
N/A
Dimensions (mm) .................................................:
Same as above.

4.6.4.2
Evaluation measures for larger openings
Same as above.
N/A
4.6.4.3
Use of metallized parts
Same as above.
N/A
4.6.5
Adhesives for constructional purposes
No such construction.
N/A
Conditioning temperature (C), time (weeks) ........:
Same as above.
4.6.2
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
P

P
4.7
Resistance to fire
4.7.1
Reducing the risk of ignition and spread of flame
Use of materials with the
required flammability classes.
P
Method 1, selection and application of components
wiring and materials
Method 1 used.
P
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Method 2, application of all of simulated fault
condition tests
Same as above.
N/A
4.7.2
Conditions for a fire enclosure
See below.
P
4.7.2.1
Parts requiring a fire enclosure
With having the following
components:
P
- Components in primary
circuits
- Insulated wiring
- Components in secondary
(not supplied by LPS)
The fire enclosure is required.
4.7.2.2
Parts not requiring a fire enclosure
4.7.3
Materials
4.7.3.1
General
See appended table 1.5.1.
P
4.7.3.2
Materials for fire enclosures
See appended table 1.5.1.
P
4.7.3.3
Materials for components and other parts outside
fire enclosures
None outside fire enclosure.
4.7.3.4
Materials for components and other parts inside fire Internal components except
enclosures
small parts are V-2, HF-2 or
better.
4.7.3.5
Materials for air filter assemblies
No air filter provided.
N/A
4.7.3.6
Materials used in high-voltage components
No high voltage components
provided.
N/A
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SIMULATED ABNORMAL CONDITIONS
P
5.1
Touch current and protective conductor current
P
5.1.1
General
See sub-clauses 5.1.2 to
5.1.6.
P
5.1.2
Configuration of equipment under test (EUT)
See below.
P
5.1.2.1
Single connection to an a.c. mains supply
EUT has only single AC mains
connection.
P
5.1.2.2
Redundant multiple connections to an a.c. mains
supply
Same as above.
P
5.1.2.3
Simultaneous multiple connections to an a.c. mains Same as above.
supply
5.1.3
Test circuit
Equipment of figure 5A used.
P
5.1.4
Application of measuring instrument
Using measuring instrument in
annex D.
P
Rev 2.0
See sub-clause 4.7.2.1.
N/A
P
N/A
P
N/A
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Test procedure
The touch current was
measured from primary to
enclosure and output terminal
(SELV).
P
5.1.6
Test measurements
See appended table 5.1.6.
P
Supply voltage (V) .................................................:
Same as above.

Measured touch current (mA) ...............................:
Same as above.

Max. allowed touch current (mA) ..........................:
Same as above.

Measured protective conductor current (mA) .......:
Same as above.

Max. allowed protective conductor current (mA) ...:
Same as above.

5.1.7
Equipment with touch current exceeding 3,5 mA
The touch current does not
exceed 3.5mA.
N/A
5.1.7.1
General .................................................................:
Same as above.
N/A
5.1.7.2
Simultaneous multiple connections to the supply
Only one supply connection.
N/A
5.1.8
Touch currents to telecommunication networks and No TNV circuits within the
cable distribution systems and from
equipment.
telecommunication networks
N/A
5.1.8.1
Limitation of the touch current to a
telecommunication network or to a cable
distribution system
No TNV circuits within the
equipment.
N/A
Supply voltage (V) .................................................:
Same as above.

Measured touch current (mA) ...............................:
Same as above.

Max. allowed touch current (mA) ..........................:
Same as above.

Summation of touch currents from
telecommunication networks
No TNV circuits within the
equipment.
N/A
a) EUT with earthed telecommunication ports ......:
Same as above.
N/A
b) EUT whose telecommunication ports have no
reference to protective earth
Same as above.
N/A
5.1.8.2
Verdict
P
5.2
Electric strength
5.2.1
General
See appended table 5.2
P
5.2.2
Test procedure
Table 5B used.
P
5.3
Abnormal operating and fault conditions
5.3.1
Protection against overload and abnormal
operation
Rev 2.0
P
Abnormal operation test
performed.
(See appended table 5.3.)
P
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5.3.2
Motors
Certified DC fans used and
other motors are used in the
certified H.D.Ds. See
appended table 1.5.1 for
details.
P
5.3.3
Transformers
Investigated as an element of
power supply certification.
N/A
5.3.4
Functional insulation ..............................................:
Method c). Test results see
appended table 5.3.
5.3.5
Electromechanical components
No electromechanical
components provided.
N/A
5.3.6
Audio amplifiers in ITE ..........................................:
No audio amplifiers provided.
N/A
5.3.7
Simulation of faults
See appended table 5.3.
5.3.8
Unattended equipment
None of the listed components
provided.
5.3.9
Compliance criteria for abnormal operating and
fault conditions
See below.
P
5.3.9.1
During the tests
No fire occurred beyond the
equipment, no molten metal
emitted and no deformation of
enclosure.
P
5.3.9.2
After the tests
Electric strength test made.
P
6
CONNECTION TO TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS
P
P
N/A
N/A
No TNV circuit within the equipment.
6.1
Protection of telecommunication network service persons, and users of other
equipment connected to the network, from hazards in the equipment
N/A
6.1.1
Protection from hazardous voltages
N/A
6.1.2
Separation of the telecommunication network from earth
N/A
6.1.2.1
Requirements
N/A
Supply voltage (V) ................................................:

Current in the test circuit (mA) ............................:

6.1.2.2
Exclusions ............................................................:
N/A
6.2
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages on telecommunication
networks
N/A
6.2.1
Separation requirements
N/A
6.2.2
Electric strength test procedure
N/A
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6.2.2.1
Impulse test
N/A
6.2.2.2
Steady-state test
N/A
6.2.2.3
Compliance criteria
N/A
6.3
Protection of the telecommunication wiring system from overheating
N/A
Max. output current (A) .........................................:

Current limiting method ........................................:

7
CONNECTION TO CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
N/A
7.1
General
N/A
7.2
Protection of cable distribution system service
persons, and users of other equipment connected
to the system, from hazardous voltages in the
equipment
N/A
7.3
Protection of equipment users from overvoltages
on the cable distribution system
N/A
7.4
Insulation between primary circuits and cable
distribution systems
N/A
7.4.1
General
N/A
7.4.2
Voltage surge test
N/A
7.4.3
Impulse test
N/A
A
ANNEX A, TESTS FOR RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND FIRE
N/A
A.1
Flammability test for fire enclosures of movable
equipment having a total mass exceeding 18 kg,
and of stationary equipment (see 4.7.3.2)
N/A
A.1.1
Samples.................................................................:

Wall thickness (mm)..............................................:

A.1.2
Conditioning of samples; temperature (C) ..........:
N/A
A.1.3
Mounting of samples ............................................:
N/A
A.1.4
Test flame (see IEC 60695-11-3)
N/A
Flame A, B, C or D ...............................................:

A.1.5
Test procedure
N/A
A.1.6
Compliance criteria
N/A
Sample 1 burning time (s) .....................................:
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Sample 3 burning time (s) .....................................:
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Flammability test for fire enclosures of movable equipment having a total mass not
exceeding 18 kg, and for material and components located inside fire enclosures
(see 4.7.3.2 and 4.7.3.4)
A.2.1
Samples, material..................................................:

Wall thickness (mm)..............................................:

A.2.2
Conditioning of samples; temperature (°C) ..........:
N/A
A.2.3
Mounting of samples ............................................:
N/A
A.2.4
Test flame (see IEC 60695-11-4)
N/A
Flame A, B or C ....................................................:
N/A

A.2.5
Test procedure
N/A
A.2.6
Compliance criteria
N/A
A.2.7
Sample 1 burning time (s) .....................................:

Sample 2 burning time (s) .....................................:

Sample 3 burning time (s) .....................................:

Alternative test acc. to IEC 60695-11-5, cl. 5 and 9
N/A
Sample 1 burning time (s) .....................................:

Sample 2 burning time (s) .....................................:

Sample 3 burning time (s) .....................................:

A.3
Hot flaming oil test (see 4.6.2)
N/A
A.3.1
Mounting of samples
N/A
A.3.2
Test procedure
N/A
A.3.3
Compliance criterion
N/A
B
ANNEX B, MOTOR TESTS UNDER ABNORMAL CONDITIONS (see 4.7.2.2 and
5.3.2)
N/A
B.1
General requirements
N/A
B.2
Rev 2.0
Position .................................................................:

Manufacturer ........................................................:

Type ......................................................................:

Rated values ........................................................:

Test conditions
N/A
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Maximum temperatures
N/A
B.4
Running overload test
N/A
B.5
Locked-rotor overload test
N/A
Test duration (days) ..............................................:

Electric strength test: test voltage (V) ...................:

B.6
Running overload test for d.c. motors in secondary
circuits
N/A
B.6.1
General
N/A
B.6.2
Test procedure
N/A
B.6.3
Alternative test procedure
N/A
B.6.4
Electric strength test; test voltage (V) ...................:
N/A
B.7
Locked-rotor overload test for d.c. motors in
secondary circuits
N/A
B.7.1
General
N/A
B.7.2
Test procedure
N/A
B.7.3
Alternative test procedure
N/A
B.7.4
Electric strength test; test voltage (V) .................. :
N/A
B.8
Test for motors with capacitors
N/A
B.9
Test for three-phase motors
N/A
B.10
Test for series motors
N/A
Operating voltage (V) ...........................................:
C
ANNEX C, TRANSFORMERS (see 1.5.4 and 5.3.3)

N/A
Position .................................................................:

Manufacturer ........................................................:

Type ......................................................................:

Rated values ........................................................:

Method of protection..............................................:

C.1
Overload test
N/A
C.2
Insulation
N/A
Protection from displacement of windings.............:
N/A
D
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ANNEX D, MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR TOUCH-CURRENT TESTS
(see 5.1.4)
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D.1
Measuring instrument
Figure D.1 used.
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D.2
Alternative measuring instrument
N/A
E
ANNEX E, TEMPERATURE RISE OF A WINDING (see 1.4.13)
N/A
F
ANNEX F, MEASUREMENT OF CLEARANCES AND CREEPAGE DISTANCES
(see 2.10 and Annex G)
G
ANNEX G, ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR DETERMINING MINIMUM
CLEARANCES
N/A
G.1
Clearances
N/A
G.1.1
General
N/A
G.1.2
Summary of the procedure for determining
minimum clearances
N/A
G.2
Determination of mains transient voltage (V)
N/A
G.2.1
AC mains supply ...................................................:
N/A
G.2.2
Earthed d.c. mains supplies .................................:
N/A
G.2.3
Unearthed d.c. mains supplies .............................:
N/A
G.2.4
Battery operation ..................................................:
N/A
G.3
Determination of telecommunication network
transient voltage (V) .............................................:
N/A
G.4
Determination of required withstand voltage (V)
N/A
G.4.1
Mains transients and internal repetitive peaks .....:
N/A
G.4.2
Transients from telecommunication networks ......:
N/A
G.4.3
Combination of transients
N/A
G.4.4
Transients from cable distribution systems
N/A
G.5
Measurement of transient voltages (V)
N/A
a) Transients from a mains supply
N/A
For an a.c. mains supply
N/A
For a d.c. mains supply
N/A
b) Transients from a telecommunication network
N/A
G.6
Determination of minimum clearances .................:
N/A
H
ANNEX H, IONIZING RADIATION (see 4.3.13)
N/A
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ANNEX J, TABLE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIALS (see 2.6.5.6)
P
Metal(s) used ........................................................:

Metallic alloy.
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K
ANNEX K, THERMAL CONTROLS (see 1.5.3 and 5.3.8)
N/A
K.1
Making and breaking capacity
N/A
K.2
Thermostat reliability; operating voltage (V) .........:
N/A
K.3
Thermostat endurance test; operating voltage (V)
...............................................................................:
N/A
K.4
Temperature limiter endurance; operating voltage
(V) .........................................................................:
N/A
K.5
Thermal cut-out reliability
N/A
K.6
Stability of operation
N/A
L
ANNEX L, NORMAL LOAD CONDITIONS FOR SOME TYPES OF ELECTRICAL
BUSINESS EQUIPMENT (see 1.2.2.1 and 4.5.2)
L.1
Typewriters
N/A
L.2
Adding machines and cash registers
N/A
L.3
Erasers
N/A
L.4
Pencil sharpeners
N/A
L.5
Duplicators and copy machines
N/A
L.6
Motor-operated files
N/A
L.7
Other business equipment
M
ANNEX M, CRITERIA FOR TELEPHONE RINGING SIGNALS (see 2.3.1)
N/A
M.1
Introduction
N/A
M.2
Method A
N/A
M.3
Method B
N/A
M.3.1
Ringing signal
N/A
M.3.1.1
Frequency (Hz) .....................................................:

M.3.1.2
Voltage (V) ............................................................:

M.3.1.3
Cadence; time (s), voltage (V) ..............................:

M.3.1.4
Single fault current (mA) .......................................:

M.3.2
Tripping device and monitoring voltage ................:
N/A
Rev 2.0
See sub-clause 1.6.2.
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Conditions for use of a tripping device or a
monitoring voltage
N/A
M.3.2.2
Tripping device
N/A
M.3.2.3
Monitoring voltage (V) ..........................................:
N/A
N
ANNEX N, IMPULSE TEST GENERATORS (see 1.5.7.2, 1.5.7.3, 2.10.3.9, 6.2.2.1,
7.3.2, 7.4.3 and Clause G.5)
N/A
N.1
ITU-T impulse test generators
N/A
N.2
IEC 60065 impulse test generator
N/A
P
ANNEX P, NORMATIVE REFERENCES
Q
ANNEX Q, Voltage dependent resistors (VDRs) (see 1.5.9.1)
N/A
a) Preferred climatic categories ............................:
N/A
b) Maximum continuous voltage ...........................:
N/A
c) Pulse current ....................................................:
N/A
R
ANNEX R, EXAMPLES OF REQUIREMENTS FOR QUALITY CONTROL
PROGRAMMES
N/A
R.1
Minimum separation distances for unpopulated
coated printed boards (see 2.10.6.2)
N/A
R.2
Reduced clearances (see 2.10.3)
N/A
S
ANNEX S, PROCEDURE FOR IMPULSE TESTING (see 6.2.2.3)
N/A
S.1
Test equipment
N/A
S.2
Test procedure
N/A
S.3
Examples of waveforms during impulse testing
N/A
T
ANNEX T, GUIDANCE ON PROTECTION AGAINST INGRESS OF WATER
(see 1.1.2)
N/A


U
ANNEX U, INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE WITHOUT INTERLEAVED
INSULATION (see 2.10.5.12)
N/A

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ANNEX V, AC POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (see 1.6.1)
N/A
V.1
Introduction
N/A
V.2
TN power distribution systems
N/A
W
ANNEX W, SUMMATION OF TOUCH CURRENTS
N/A
W.1
Touch current from electronic circuits
N/A
W.1.1
Floating circuits
N/A
W.1.2
Earthed circuits
N/A
W.2
Interconnection of several equipments
N/A
W.2.1
Isolation
N/A
W.2.2
Common return, isolated from earth
N/A
W.2.3
Common return, connected to protective earth
N/A
X
ANNEX X, MAXIMUM HEATING EFFECT IN TRANSFORMER TESTS
(see clause C.1)
N/A
X.1
Determination of maximum input current
N/A
X.2
Overload test procedure
N/A
Y
ANNEX Y, ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT CONDITIONING TEST (see 4.3.13.3)
N/A
Y.1
Test apparatus .....................................................:
N/A
Y.2
Mounting of test samples .....................................:
N/A
Y.3
Carbon-arc light-exposure apparatus ...................:
N/A
Y.4
Xenon-arc light exposure apparatus ....................:
N/A
Z
ANNEX Z, OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES (see 2.10.3.2 and Clause G.2)
N/A
AA
ANNEX AA, MANDREL TEST (see 2.10.5.8)
N/A
BB
ANNEX BB, CHANGES IN THE SECOND EDITION
CC
ANNEX CC, Evaluation of integrated circuit (IC) current limiters
N/A
CC.1
General
N/A
CC.2
Test program 1……………………………………….:
N/A
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CC.3
Test program 2……………………………………….:
N/A
DD
ANNEX DD, Requirements for the mounting means of rack-mounted
equipment
N/A
DD.1
General
N/A
DD.2
Mechanical strength test, variable N………………..:
N/A
DD.3
Mechanical strength test, 250N, including end
stops……………………………………………………:
N/A
DD.4
Compliance……………………………………………:
N/A
EE
ANNEX EE, Household and home/office document/media shredders
N/A
EE.1
General
N/A
EE.2
Markings and instructions
N/A
Use of markings or symbols…………………………:
N/A
Information of user instructions, maintenance
and/or servicing instructions…………………………:
N/A
EE.3
Inadvertent reactivation test…………………………:
N/A
EE.4
Disconnection of power to hazardous moving parts:
N/A
Use of markings or symbols…………………………:
N/A
Protection against hazardous moving parts
N/A
Test with test finger (Figure 2A) ……………………:
N/A
Test with wedge probe (Figure EE1 and EE2) ……:
N/A
EE.5
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EN 60950-1:2006/A11:2009/A1:2010/A12:2011 – CENELEC COMMON MODIFICATIONS
Contents
General
Annex ZA (normative)
Normative references to international
publications with their corresponding European
publications
Annex ZB (normative)
Special national conditions
Delete all the “country” notes in the reference document (IEC 60950-1:2005)
according to the following list:
1.4.8 Note 2
1.5.8 Note 2
2.2.3 Note
2.3.2.1 Note 2
2.7.1 Note
3.2.1.1 Note
4.3.6 Note 1 & 2
4.7.3.1Note 2
6
Note 2 & 5
6.2.2 Note
7.1
Note 3
G.2.1 Note 2
General
(A1:2010)
1.3.Z1
P
Add the following annexes:
1.5.1
1.5.9.4
2.2.4
2.3.4
2.10.3.2
3.2.4
4.7
5.1.7.1
6.1.2.1
6.2.2.1
7.2
Annex H
Note 2 & 3
Note
Note
Note 2
Note 2
Note 3.
Note 4
Note 3 & 4
Note 2
Note 2
Note
Note 2
1.5.7.1
1.7.2.1
2.3.2
2.6.3.3
2.10.5.13
2.5.1
4.7.2.2
5.3.7
6.1.2.2
6.2.2.2
7.3
Note
6.1.2.1
Note 2
6.2.2.1
Note 2
EE.3
Note
Add the following subclause:
1.3.Z1 Exposure to excessive sound pressure
The apparatus shall be so designed and
constructed as to present no danger when used
for its intended purpose, either in normal
operating conditions or under fault conditions,
particularly providing protection against exposure
to excessive sound pressures from headphones
or earphones.
NOTE Z1 A new method of measurement is described
in EN 50332-1, Sound system equipment:
Headphones and earphones associated with portable
audio equipment - Maximum sound pressure level
measurement methodology and limit considerations Part 1: General method for “one package equipment”,
and in EN 50332-2, Sound system equipment:
Headphones and earphones associated with portable
audio equipment - Maximum sound pressure level
measurement methodology and limit considerations Part 2: Guidelines to associate sets with headphones
coming from different manufacturers.
Rev 2.0
Note
Note 4, 5 & 6
Note
Note 2 & 3
Note 3
Note 2
Note
Note 1
Note
Note
Note 1 & 2
Delete all the “country” notes in the reference document (IEC 609501:2005/A1:2010) according to the following list:
1.5.7.1
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Delete the addition of 1.3.Z1 / EN 60950-1:2006
Delete the definition 1.2.3.Z1 / EN 60950-1:2006
/A1:2010
1.5.1
Add the following NOTE:
N/A
NOTE Z1 The use of certain substances in electrical
and electronic equipment is restricted within the EU:
see Directive 2002/95/EC
1.7.2.1
(A1:2010)
1.7.2.1
(A12.2011)
Rev 2.0
In addition, for a PORTABLE SOUND SYSTEM,
the instructions shall include a warning that
excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
N/A
In EN 60950-1:2006/A12:2011
Delete NOTE Z1 and the addition for Portable
Sound System.
Add the following clause and annex to the existing
standard and amendments.
N/A
Zx Protection against excessive sound pressure from personal music
players
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Zx.1 General
This sub-clause specifies requirements for
protection against excessive sound pressure from
personal music players that are closely coupled to
the ear. It also specifies requirements for
earphones and headphones intended for use with
personal music players.
A personal music player is a portable equipment
for personal use, that:
is designed to allow the user to listen to
recorded or broadcast sound or video; and
primarily uses headphones or earphones that
can be worn in or on or around the ears; and
allows the user to walk around while in use.
NOTE 1 Examples are hand-held or body-worn portable CD
players, MP3 audio players, mobile phones with MP3 type
features, PDA’s or similar equipment.
A personal music player and earphones or
headphones intended to be used with personal
music players shall comply with the requirements
of this sub-clause.
The requirements in this sub-clause are valid for
music or video mode only.
The requirements do not apply:
while the personal music player is connected to
an external amplifier; or
while the headphones or earphones are not
used.
NOTE 2 An external amplifier is an amplifier which is not part
of the personal music player or the listening device, but which
is intended to play the music as a standalone music player.
The requirements do not apply to:
hearing aid equipment and professional
equipment;
NOTE 3 Professional equipment is equipment sold through
special sales channels. All products sold through normal
electronics stores are considered not to be professional
equipment.
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analogue personal music players (personal
music players without any kind of digital
processing of the sound signal) that are brought
to the market before the end of 2015.
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NOTE 4 This exemption has been allowed because this
technology is falling out of use and it is expected that within a
few years it will no longer exist. This exemption will not be
extended to other technologies.
For equipment which is clearly designed or
intended for use by young children, the limits of
EN 71-1 apply.
Zx.2 Equipment requirements
No safety provision is required for equipment that
complies with the following:
equipment provided as a package (personal
music player with its listening device), where
the acoustic output LAeq,T is ≤ 85 dBA
measured while playing the fixed “programme
simulation noise” as described in EN 50332-1;
and
a personal music player provided with an
analogue electrical output socket for a listening
device, where the electrical output is ≤ 27 mV
measured as described in EN 50332-2, while
playing the fixed “programme simulation
noise”
as described in EN 50332-1.
NOTE 1 Wherever the term acoustic output is used in this
clause, the 30 s A-weighted equivalent sound pressure level
LAeq,T is meant. See also Zx.5 and Annex Zx.
All other equipment shall:
a) protect the user from unintentional acoustic
outputs exceeding those mentioned above; and
b) have a standard acoustic output level not
exceeding those mentioned above, and
automatically return to an output level not
exceeding those mentioned above when the
power is switched off; and

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c) provide a means to actively inform the user of
the increased sound pressure when the
equipment is operated with an acoustic output
exceeding those mentioned above. Any means
used shall be acknowledged by the user before
activating a mode of operation which allows for
an acoustic output exceeding those mentioned
above. The acknowledgement does not need to
be repeated more than once every 20 h of
cumulative listening time; and
NOTE 2 Examples of means include visual or audible signals.
Action from the user is always required.
NOTE 3 The 20 h listening time is the accumulative listening
time, independent how often and how long the personal
music player has been switched off.
d) have a warning as specified in Zx.3; and
e) not exceed the following:
1) equipment provided as a package (player
with Its listening device), the acoustic output
shall be ≤ 100 dBA measured while playing
the
fixed “programme simulation noise”
described
in EN 50332-1; and
2) a personal music player provided with an
analogue electrical output socket for a listening
device, the electrical output shall be ≤ 150 mV
measured as described in EN 50332-2, while
playing the fixed “programme simulation
noise”
described in EN 50332-1.
For music where the average sound pressure
(long term LAeq,T) measured over the duration of
the song is lower than the average produced by
the programme simulation noise, the warning
does not need to be given as long as the average
sound pressure of the song is below the basic
limit of 85 dBA. In this case T becomes the
duration of the song.
NOTE 4 Classical music typically has an average sound
pressure (long term LAeq,T) which is much lower than the
average programme simulation noise. Therefore, if the player
is capable to analyse the song and compare it with the
programme simulation noise, the warning does not need to
be given as long as the average sound pressure of the song
is below the basic limit of 85 dBA.
For example, if the player is set with the programme
simulation noise to 85 dBA, but the average music level of
the song is only 65 dBA, there is no need to give a warning or
ask an acknowledgement as long as the average sound level
of the song is not above the basic limit of 85 dBA.
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Zx.3 Warning
The warning shall be placed on the equipment, or
on the packaging, or in the instruction manual
and shall consist of the following:
the symbol of Figure 1 with a minimum height
of
5 mm; and
the following wording, or similar:
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“To prevent possible hearing damage, do not
listen at high volume levels for long periods.”
Figure 1 – Warning label (IEC 60417-6044)
Alternatively, the entire warning may be given
through the equipment display during use, when
the user is asked to acknowledge activation of the
higher level.
Zx.4 Requirements for listening devices (headphones and earphones)
N/A
Zx.4.1 Wired listening devices with analogue
input
With 94 dBA sound pressure output LAeq,T, the
input voltage of the fixed “programme simulation
noise” described in EN 50332-2 shall be ≥ 75
mV.
N/A
This requirement is applicable in any mode where
the headphones can operate (active or
passive), including any available setting (for
example built-in volume level control).
NOTE The values of 94 dBA – 75 mV correspond with
85dBA – 27 mV and 100 dBA – 150 mV.
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Zx.4.2 Wired listening devices with digital
input
With any playing device playing the fixed
“programme simulation noise” described in EN
50332-1 (and respecting the digital interface
standards, where a digital interface standard
exists that specifies the equivalent acoustic level),
the acoustic output LAeq,T of the listening device
shall be ≤ 100 dBA.
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This requirement is applicable in any mode where
the headphones can operate, including any
available setting (for example built-in volume level
control, additional sound feature like equalization,
etc.).
NOTE An example of a wired listening device with digital input
is a USB headphone.
Zx.4.3 Wireless listening devices
In wireless mode:
with any playing and transmitting device playing
the fixed programme simulation noise
described
in EN 50332-1; and
respecting the wireless transmission standards,
where an air interface standard exists that
specifies the equivalent acoustic level; and
with volume and sound settings in the listening
device (for example built-in volume level
control,
additional sound feature like
equalization, etc.) set to the combination of
positions that
maximize the measured
acoustic output for the
abovementioned
programme simulation noise,
the acoustic
output LAeq,T of the listening device
shall be
≤ 100 dBA.
N/A
NOTE An example of a wireless listening device is a
Bluetooth headphone.
Zx.5 Measurement methods
Measurements shall be made in accordance with
EN 50332-1 or EN 50332-2 as applicable.
Unless stated otherwise, the time interval T shall
be 30 s.
NOTE Test method for wireless equipment provided without
listening device should be defined.
Rev 2.0
N/A
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Clause
2.7.1
Requirement + Test
Replace the subclause as follows:
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
Basic requirements
To protect against excessive current, shortcircuits and earth faults in PRIMARY CIRCUITS,
protective devices shall be included either as
integral parts of the equipment or as parts of the
building installation, subject to the following, a), b)
and c):
a) except as detailed in b) and c), protective
devices necessary to comply with the
requirements of 5.3 shall be included as parts of
the equipment;
b) for components in series with the mains input
to the equipment such as the supply cord,
appliance coupler, r.f.i. filter and switch, shortcircuit and earth fault protection may be provided
by protective devices in the building installation;
c) it is permitted for PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT
TYPE B or PERMANENTLY CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT, to rely on dedicated overcurrent
and short-circuit protection in the building
installation, provided that the means of protection,
e.g. fuses or circuit breakers, is fully specified in
the installation instructions.
N/A
If reliance is placed on protection in the building
installation, the installation instructions shall so
state, except that for PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT
TYPE A the building installation shall be regarded
as providing protection in accordance with the
rating of the wall socket outlet.
2.7.2
This subclause has been declared ‘void’.
N/A
3.2.3
Delete the NOTE in Table 3A, and delete also in
this table the conduit sizes in parentheses.
N/A
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Clause
3.2.5.1
Requirement + Test
Replace
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
“60245 IEC 53” by “H05 RR-F”;
“60227 IEC 52” by “H03 VV-F or
H03 VVH2-F”;
“60227 IEC 53” by “H05 VV-F or
H05 VVH2-F2”.
In Table 3B, replace the first four lines by the
following:
Up to and including 6 |
b)
Over 6 up to and including 10| (0,75)
c)
Over 10 up to and including 16| (1,0)
a)
0,75 |
1,0 |
1,5
|
In the conditions applicable to Table 3B delete the
a)
words “in some countries” in condition .
In NOTE 1, applicable to Table 3B, delete the
second sentence.
3.3.4
In Table 3D, delete the fourth line: conductor
sizes for 10 to 13 A, and replace with the
following:
N/A
Over 10 up to and including 16 | 1,5 to 2,5 | 1,5 to
4
|
Delete the fifth line: conductor sizes for 13 to 16 A
4.3.13.6
(A1:2010)
Replace the existing NOTE by the following:
N/A
NOTE Z1 Attention is drawn to:
1999/519/EC: Council Recommendation on the
limitation of exposure of the general public to
electromagnetic fields 0 Hz to 300 GHz, and
2006/25/EC: Directive on the minimum health and
safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers
to risks arising from physical agents (artifical optical
radiation).
Annex H
Standards taking into account mentioned
Recommendation and Directive which demonstrate
compliance with the applicable EU Directive are
indicated in the OJEC.
N/A
Replace the last paragraph of this annex by:
N/A
At any point 10 cm from the surface of the
OPERATOR ACCESS AREA, the dose rate shall
not exceed 1 μSv/h (0,1 mR/h) (see NOTE).
Account is taken of the background level.
Replace the notes as follows:
NOTE These values appear in Directive
96/29/Euratom.
Delete NOTE 2.
Bibliography
Rev 2.0
Additional EN standards.
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Clause
ZA
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS WITH
THEIR CORRESPONDING EUROPEAN PUBLICATIONS
Verdict

ZB ANNEX (normative)
SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS (EN)
Clause
Requirement + Test
1.2.4.1
In Denmark, certain types of Class I appliances
(see 3.2.1.1) may be provided with a plug not
establishing earthing conditions when inserted
into Danish socket-outlets.
N/A
1.2.13.14
In Norway and Sweden, for requirements see
1.7.2.1 and 7.3 of this annex.
N/A
1.5.7.1
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, resistors
bridging BASIC INSULATION in CLASS I PLUGGABLE
EQUIPMENT TYPE A must comply with the
requirements in 1.5.7.1. In addition when a single
resistor is used, the resistor must withstand the
resistor test in 1.5.7.2.
N/A
1.5.8
In Norway, due to the IT power system used (see
annex V, Figure V.7), capacitors are required to
be rated for the applicable line-to-line voltage
(230 V).
N/A
1.5.9.4
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, the third
dashed sentence is applicable only to equipment
as defined in 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
Rev 2.0
Result - Remark
Verdict
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Clause
1.7.2.1
Requirement + Test
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, CLASS I
PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE A intended for
connection to other equipment or a network shall,
if safety relies on connection to protective earth or
if surge suppressors are connected between the
network terminals and accessible parts, have a
marking stating that the equipment must be
connected to an earthed mains socket-outlet.
The marking text in the applicable countries shall
be as follows:
In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla
varustettuun pistorasiaan"
In Norway: “Apparatet må tilkoples jordet
stikkontakt”
In Sweden: “Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat
uttag”
In Norway and Sweden, the screen of the cable
distribution system is normally not earthed at the
entrance of the building and there is normally no
equipotential bonding system within the building.
Therefore the protective earthing of the building
installation need to be isolated from the screen of
a cable distribution system.
It is however accepted to provide the insulation
external to the equipment by an adapter or an
interconnection cable with galvanic isolator, which
may be provided by e.g. a retailer.
The user manual shall then have the following or
similar information in Norwegian and Swedish
language respectively, depending on in what
country the equipment is intended to be used in:
“Equipment connected to the protective earthing
of the building installation through the mains
connection or through other equipment with a
connection to protective earthing – and to a cable
distribution system using coaxial cable, may in
some circumstances create a fire hazard.
Connection to a cable distribution system has
therefore to be provided through a device
providing electrical isolation below a certain
frequency range (galvanic isolator, see EN
60728-11).”
Rev 2.0
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
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Clause
Requirement + Test
NOTE In Norway, due to regulation for installations of cable
distribution systems, and in Sweden, a galvanic isolator shall
provide electrical insulation below 5 MHz. The insulation shall
withstand a dielectric strength of 1,5 kV r.m.s., 50 Hz or 60
Hz, for 1 min.
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
Translation to Norwegian (the Swedish text will
also be accepted in Norway):
“Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via
nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet
utstyr – og er tilkoplet et kabel-TV nett, kan
forårsake brannfare. For å unngå dette skal det
ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-TV nettet
installeres en galvanisk isolator mellom utstyret
og kabel- TV nettet.”
Translation to Swedish:
”Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via
jordat vägguttag och/eller via annan
utrustning och samtidigt är kopplad till kabel-TV
nät kan i vissa fall medfőra risk főr
brand. Főr att undvika detta skall vid anslutning
av utrustningen till kabel-TV nät
galvanisk isolator finnas mellan utrustningen och
kabel-TV nätet.”
1.7.5
In Denmark, socket-outlets for providing power to
other equipment shall be in accordance with the
Heavy Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1,
Standard Sheet DK 1-3a, DK 1-5a or DK 1-7a,
when used on Class I equipment. For
STATIONARY EQUIPMENT the socket-outlet
shall be in accordance with Standard Sheet DK 11b or DK 1-5a.
N/A
For CLASS II EQUIPMENT the socket outlet shall be
in accordance with Standard Sheet DKA 1-4a.
2.2.4
In Norway, for requirements see 1.7.2.1, 6.1.2.1
and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
2.3.2
In Finland, Norway and Sweden there are
additional requirements for the insulation. See
6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
2.3.4
In Norway, for requirements see 1.7.2.1, 6.1.2.1
and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
2.6.3.3
In the United Kingdom, the current rating of the
circuit shall be taken as 13 A, not 16 A.
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
2.7.1
In the United Kingdom, to protect against
excessive currents and short-circuits in the
PRIMARY CIRCUIT of DIRECT PLUG-IN
EQUIPMENT, tests according to 5.3 shall be
conducted, using an external protective device
rated 30 A or 32 A. If these tests fail, suitable
protective devices shall be included as integral
parts of the DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT, so
that the requirements of 5.3 are met.
N/A
2.10.5.13
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, there are
additional requirements for the insulation, see
6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this annex.
N/A
3.2.1.1
In Switzerland, supply cords of equipment
having a RATED CURRENT not exceeding 10 A
shall be provided with a plug complying with SEV
1011 or IEC 60884-1 and one of the following
dimension sheets:
N/A
SEV 6532-2.1991
3P+N+PE
Plug Type 15
250/400 V, 10 A
SEV 6533-2.1991 Plug Type 11
250 V, 10 A
L+N
SEV 6534-2.1991 Plug Type 12
250 V, 10 A
L+N+PE
In general, EN 60309 applies for plugs for
currents exceeding 10 A. However, a 16 A plug
and socket-outlet system is being introduced in
Switzerland, the plugs of which are according to
the following dimension sheets, published in
February 1998:
SEV 5932-2.1998: Plug Type 25 , 3L+N+PE
230/400 V, 16 A
SEV 5933-2.1998:Plug Type 21, L+N, 250 V, 16A
SEV 5934-2.1998: Plug Type 23, L+N+PE 250 V, 16 A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
3.2.1.1
Requirement + Test
In Denmark, supply cords of single-phase
equipment having a rated current not
exceeding13 A shall be provided with a plug
according to the Heavy Current Regulations,
Section 107-2-D1.
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
CLASS I EQUIPMENT provided with socketoutlets with earth contacts or which are intended
to be used in locations where protection against
indirect contact is required according to the wiring
rules shall be provided with a plug in accordance
with standard sheet DK 2-1a or DK 2-5a.
If poly-phase equipment and single-phase
equipment having a RATED CURRENT
exceeding 13 A is provided with a supply cord
with a plug, this plug shall be in accordance with
the Heavy Current Regulations, Section 107-2-D1
or EN 60309-2.
3.2.1.1
In Spain, supply cords of single-phase equipment
having a rated current not exceeding 10 A shall
be provided with a plug according to UNE
20315:1994.
N/A
Supply cords of single-phase equipment having a
rated current not exceeding 2,5 A shall be
provided with a plug according to UNE-EN
50075:1993.
CLASS I EQUIPMENT provided with socketoutlets with earth contacts or which are intended
to be used in locations where protection against
indirect contact is required according to the wiring
rules, shall be provided with a plug in accordance
with standard UNE 20315:1994.
If poly-phase equipment is provided with a supply
cord with a plug, this plug shall be in accordance
with UNE-EN 60309-2.
3.2.1.1
In the United Kingdom, apparatus which is fitted
with a flexible cable or cord and is designed to be
connected to a mains socket conforming to BS
1363 by means of that flexible cable or cord and
plug, shall be fitted with a ‘standard plug’ in
accordance with Statutory Instrument 1768:1994 The Plugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations
1994, unless exempted by those regulations.
NOTE ‘Standard plug’ is defined in SI 1768:1994 and
essentially means an approved plug conforming to BS
1363 or an approved conversion plug.
Rev 2.0
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
3.2.1.1
In Ireland, apparatus which is fitted with a flexible
cable or cord and is designed to be connected to
a mains socket conforming to I.S. 411 by means
of that flexible cable or cord and plug, shall be
fitted with a 13 A plug in accordance with
Statutory Instrument 525:1997 - National
Standards Authority of Ireland (section 28) (13 A
Plugs and Conversion Adaptors for Domestic
Use) Regulations 1997.
N/A
3.2.4
In Switzerland, for requirements see 3.2.1.1 of
this annex.
N/A
3.2.5.1
In the United Kingdom, a power supply cord with
conductor of 1,25 mm2 is allowed for equipment
with a rated current over 10 A and up to and
including 13 A.
N/A
3.3.4
In the United Kingdom, the range of conductor
sizes of flexible cords to be accepted by terminals
for equipment with a RATED CURRENT of over
10 A up to and including 13 A is:
N/A
2
2
• 1,25 mm to 1,5 mm nominal cross-sectional
area.
4.3.6
In the United Kingdom, the torque test is
performed using a socket outlet complying with
BS 1363 part 1:1995, including Amendment
1:1997 and Amendment 2:2003 and the plug part
of DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT shall be
assessed to BS 1363: Part 1, 12.1, 12.2, 12.3,
12.9, 12.11, 12.12, 12.13, 12.16 and 12.17,
except that the test of 12.17 is performed at not
less than 125 °C. Where the metal earth pin is
replaced by an Insulated Shutter Opening Device
(ISOD), the requirements of clauses 22.2 and 23
also apply.
N/A
4.3.6
In Ireland, DIRECT PLUG-IN EQUIPMENT is
known as plug similar devices. Such devices shall
comply with Statutory Instrument 526:1997 National Standards Authority of Ireland (Section
28) (Electrical plugs, plug similar devices and
sockets for domestic use) Regulations, 1997.
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
5.1.7.1
Requirement + Test
In Finland, Norway and Sweden TOUCH
CURRENT measurement results exceeding 3,5
mA r.m.s. are permitted only for the following
equipment:
• STATIONARY PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT
TYPE A that
is intended to be used in a RESTRICTED
ACCESS LOCATION where equipotential
bonding has been applied, for example, in a
telecommunication centre; and
has provision for a permanently connected
PROTECTIVE EARTHING CONDUCTOR; and
is provided with instructions for the
installation of that conductor by a SERVICE
PERSON;
• STATIONARY PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT
TYPE B;
• STATIONARY PERMANENTLY CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT.
Rev 2.0
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
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IEC 60950-1
Clause
6.1.2.1
(A1:2010)
Requirement + Test
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, add the
following text between the first and second
paragraph of the compliance clause:
If this insulation is solid, including insulation
forming part of a component, it shall at least
consist of either
two layers of thin sheet material, each of
which shall pass the electric strength test below,
or
one layer having a distance through
insulation of at least 0,4 mm, which shall pass the
electric strength test below.
Alternatively for components, there is no distance
through insulation requirements for the insulation
consisting of an insulating compound completely
filling the casing, so that CLEARANCES and
CREEPAGE DISTANCES do not exist, if the
component passes the electric strength test in
accordance with the compliance clause below
and in addition
passes the tests and inspection criteria of
2.10.11 with an electric strength test of 1,5 kV
multiplied by 1,6 (the electric strength test of
2.10.10 shall be performed using 1,5 kV), and
is subject to ROUTINE TESTING for
electric strength during manufacturing, using a
test voltage of 1,5 kV.
Rev 2.0
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
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Clause
Requirement + Test
It is permitted to bridge this insulation with an
optocoupler complying with 2.10.5.4 b).
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
It is permitted to bridge this insulation with a
capacitor complying with EN 60384-14:2005,
subclass Y2.
A capacitor classified Y3 according to
EN
60384-14:2005, may bridge this insulation under
the following conditions:
the insulation requirements are satisfied by
having a capacitor classified Y3 as defined by EN
60384-14, which in addition to the Y3 testing, is
tested with an impulse test of 2,5 kV defined in
EN 60950-1:2006, 6.2.2.1;
the additional testing shall be performed on
all the test specimens as described in
EN 60384-14;
the impulse test of 2,5 kV is to be
performed before the endurance test in
EN 60384-14, in the sequence of tests as
described in EN 60384-14.
6.1.2.2
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, the exclusions
are applicable for PERMANENTLY CONNECTED
EQUIPMENT, PLUGGABLE EQUIPMENT TYPE
B and equipment intended to be used in a
RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION where
equipotential bonding has been applied, e.g. in a
telecommunication centre, and which has
provision for a permanently connected
PROTECTIVE EARTHING CONDUCTOR and is
provided with instructions for the installation of
that conductor by a SERVICE PERSON.
N/A
7.2
In Finland, Norway and Sweden, for
requirements see 6.1.2.1 and 6.1.2.2 of this
annex.
N/A
The term TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK in
6.1.2 being replaced by the term CABLE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
7.3
In Norway and Sweden, for requirements see
1.2.13.14 and 1.7.2.1 of this annex.
N/A
7.3
In Norway, for installation conditions see EN
60728-11:2005.
N/A
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1.5.1
P
TABLE: List of critical components
Object/part No.
Manufacturer/
trademark
Type/model
Technical data
Stan-dard
(Edition / year)
Mark(s) of
1
conformity )
Enclosure
--
--
Metallic, 1,0mm -thick min
--
Internal power
supply
FSP
FSP150-50LG
I/P: 100-240V~
60-50Hz, 31.5A; O/P: 10A
+3.3V, 13A +5V,
10A +12V, 2A
+5Vsb, 0.3A 12V. +3.3V &
+5V max. 85W.
Total 150W
max. Tma: 50℃
IEC 60950CB
1:2005+A1:2009
EN 609501:2006+A11:200
9+A1:2010+A12:
2011
PCB
--
--
V-1 or better,
minimum 105
degree C.
UL796
UL
DC Fan (two
provided)
Sunonwealth
MB40201V20000-A99
12Vdc, 0.05A,
7.7CFM
EN 609501:2006+A11
TUV
HDD
(Four provided
at most)
(Optional)
Seagate
or equivalent
ST3 series
or equivalent
Generic, 5 or
12Vdc / 1.5A
maximum
IEC 60950-1
EN 609501+A11:2009 or
later version
TUV, Semko,
Nemko, Fimko,
CB or equivalent
certified body
R.T.C. Battery
(BTH1)
Energizer
LR1130
Max. abnormal
charge
current ?? mA.
UL 1642
UL (請提供證書)
Poly switch
Bourns Inc
(FS2, FS3, FS4)
for USB used
MF-MSMF110
(請確認型號)
6V, 1.1A
EN 60730-1,
IEC 60730-1
TUV
Poly switch (F1) Bourns Inc
for Terminal
used
MF-SMDF050
(請確認型號)
6V, 1.1A
EN 60730-1,
IEC 60730-1
TUV
(請提供證書)
Supplementary information:
1)
An asterisk indicates a mark that assures the agreed level of surveillance.
1.6.2
P
TABLE: Electrical data (in normal conditions)
U (V)
I (A)
Irated (A)
P (W)
Fuse #
Ifuse (A)
90/50Hz
0.648
--
58.0
F1
0.648
Maximum normal load.
90/60Hz
0.650
--
58.1
F1
0.650
Maximum normal load.
100/50Hz
0.590
3
58.0
F1
0.590
Maximum normal load.
100/60Hz
0.591
3
58.0
F1
0.591
Maximum normal load.
240/50Hz
0.310
3
56.4
F1
0.310
Maximum normal load.
Rev 2.0
Condition/status
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240/60Hz
0.327
3
56.7
F1
0.327
Maximum normal load.
254/50Hz
0.308
--
56.4
F1
0.308
Maximum normal load.
254/60Hz
0.325
--
56.6
F1
0.325
Maximum normal load.
264/50Hz
0.311
--
56.0
F1
0.311
Maximum normal load.
264/60Hz
0.327
--
56.2
F1
0.327
Maximum normal load.
Supplementary information:
2.1.1.5 c)
1)
N/A
TABLE: max. V, A, VA test
Voltage (rated)
(V)
Current (rated)
(A)
Voltage (max.)
(V)
Current (max.)
(A)
VA (max.)
(VA)
supplementary information:
2.1.1.5 c)
2)
N/A
TABLE: stored energy
Capacitance C (µF)
Voltage U (V)
Energy E (J)
supplementary information:
2.2
TABLE: evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits
Component (measured between)
max. voltage (V)
(normal operation)
V peak
Fault test performed on voltage limiting components
supplementary information:
Rev 2.0
N/A
Voltage Limiting Components
V d.c.
Voltage measured (V) in SELV circuits
(V peak or V d.c.)
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P
TABLE: limited power sources
Circuit output tested: See below
Measured Uoc (V) with all load circuits
disconnected:
See below
Isc (A)
VA
Meas.
Limit
Meas.
Limit
Normal condition, LAN port(LAN1),
Pin P1-P4, P7-P10 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, LAN port(LAN2),
Pin P1-P4, P7-P10 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, USB port(B_USB1),
Pin P2-4 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, USB port(B_USB2),
Pin P2-4 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, USB port(F_USB),
Pin P2-4 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, E-SATA port(E_SATA1),
Pin P1-14 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, USB port(B_USB1),
Pin P1 to GND;
Uoc=5.13Vdc
2
8
8.98
100
Normal condition, USB port(B_USB2),
Pin P1 to GND;
Uoc=5.13Vdc
1.7
8
7.58
100
Normal condition, USB port(F_USB),
Pin P1 to GND;
Uoc=5.13Vdc
1.9
8
8.19
100
Normal condition, Terminal (DIDO1),
Pin 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12-16 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, Terminal (DIDO1),
Pin 3, 5, 7, 9 to GND;
Uoc=6.70Vdc
0
8
0
100
Normal condition, Terminal (DIDO1),
Pin1 to GND;
Uoc=12.27Vdc
0.2
8
2.44
100
0
8
0
100
Fault condition, L14 Chock;
Terminal (DIDO1), Pin1 to GND;
Uoc=0Vdc
Rev 2.0
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supplementary information:
2.10.2
N/A
Table: working voltage measurement
Location
RMS voltage (V)
Peak voltage (V) Comments
supplementary information:
N/A
2.10.3 and TABLE: Clearance and creepage distance measurements
2.10.4
Clearance (cl) and creepage
distance (cr) at/of/between:
U peak
(V)
U r.m.s.
(V)
Required cl
(mm)
cl
(mm)
Required cr
(mm)
cr
(mm)
Primary trace of power supply
to SELV board
Primary component to bottom
metal enclosure
Primary component to top
metal enclosure
Supplementary information:
2.10.5
N/A
TABLE: Distance through insulation measurements
Distance through insulation (DTI) at/of:
U peak
(V)
U rms
(V)
Test
volt-age
(V)
Required
DTI
(mm)
DTI
(mm)
Supplementary information:
4.3.8
P
TABLE: Batteries
The tests of 4.3.8 are applicable only when appropriate battery
data is not available
Approval RTC battery used.
--
Is it possible to install the battery in a reverse polarity position?
No
--
Non-rechargeable batteries
Discharging
Meas.
current
Rev 2.0
Manuf.
Specs.
Unintentional
charging
Rechargeable batteries
Charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Discharging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Reversed
charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
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4.3.8
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TABLE: Batteries
The tests of 4.3.8 are applicable only when appropriate battery
data is not available
Approval RTC battery used.
--
Is it possible to install the battery in a reverse polarity position?
No
--
Non-rechargeable batteries
Discharging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Unintentional
charging
Rechargeable batteries
Charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Discharging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Reversed
charging
Meas.
current
Manuf.
Specs.
Max.
current
during
normal
condition
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Max.
current
during
fault
condition
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Max.
current
during
fault
condition
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
1)
2)
Test results:
See below.
Verdict
- Chemical leaks
No
P
- Explosion of the battery
No
P
- Emission of flame or expulsion of molten metal
No
P
- Electric strength tests of equipment after completion of tests
No
P
Supplementary information:
For RTC battery, see appended table 5.3.
4.3.8
TABLE: Batteries
Battery category ...........................................: See appended table 1.5.1.
Manufacturer ................................................: See appended table 1.5.1.
Type / model.................................................: See appended table 1.5.1.
Voltage .........................................................: See appended table 1.5.1.
Capacity .......................................................: See appended table 1.5.1.
Tested and Certified by (incl. Ref. No.) ........: See appended table 1.5.1.
Circuit protection diagram:
Rev 2.0
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MARKINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS(1.7.2.1, 1.7.13)
Location of replaceable battery
BTH1
Language(s) …………………………………….: English
Close to the battery …………………………….: See user’s manual.
In the servicing
instructions ……………………:
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instruction
In the operating instructions …………………..: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instruction
Rev 2.0
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4.5
P
TABLE: Thermal requirements
Supply voltage (V) .......................... :
90Vac/60Hz
264Vac/60Hz

Ambient Tmin (C) ............................ :
See below.
See below.

Ambient Tmax (C) ............................ :
See below.
See below.

Maximum measured temperature T of part/at::
Allowed
Tmax
(C)
T (C)
T3 coil (Power)
69.3
68.6
105
T1 coil (Power)
59.2
58.8
110
T2 coil (Power)
58.6
58.2
110
PCB near U23
60.5
59.9
105
PCB near U33
64.4
63.7
105
PCB near U1
66.3
66.1
105
PCB near U10
58.3
58.1
105
PCB near U4
58.2
57.8
105
RTC Battery
57.7
57.4
--
H.D.D
50.5
50.5
--
Metal enclosure outside near power
48.2
47.6
70
Tma
40.0
40.0
--
Tamb
22.0
22.4
--
Supplementary information:
Temperature T of winding:
--
t1 (°C)
R1 ()
t2 (°C)
R2 ()
T (C)
--
--
--
--
--
Allowed Insulation
class
Tmax (C)
--
--
Supplementary information:
1.
The temperature were measured under the worst case normal mode defined in 1.2.2.1 and as
described in sub-clause 1.6.2 at voltage as described above.
2.
All values for T(°C) are re-calculated from Tamb respectively.
3.
The maximum ambient temperature (Tma) permitted by the manufacturer’s specification is 40°C.
4.
The system fan had been stalled when testing.
4.5.5
N/A
TABLE: Ball pressure test of thermoplastic parts
Allowed impression diameter (mm) .....................:  2 mm
Part
Supplementary information:
Rev 2.0

Test temperature Impression diameter
(mm)
(C)
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4.6.1, 4.6.2 Table: enclosure openings
Location
P
Size (mm)
Comments
--
No opening.
Top / Front / Side / Bottom
Rear
Several rectangle openings provided below
DC fans. No hazardous parts within 5
projection area.
Max. 30 diameter.
Each diagonal 3mm max. Several hexagonal openings provided on
internal power supply.
Each opening did not exceed 5 mm in any
dimension.
Note(s):
4.7
P
TABLE: Resistance to fire
Part
Manufacturer of
material
Type of material
Thickness
(mm)
Flammability
class
Evidence
PCB
--
--
--
Min. V-1
1)
Enclosure
--
--
1.0 mm min.
Metallic
1)
Supplementary information:
1.
5.1
See appended table 1.5.1.
P
TABLE: touch current measurement
Measured between:
Measured
(mA)
Limit
(mA)
Primary to metal enclosure
1.3
3.5
Switch “e” open, power switch on
Primary to output terminal
(unearthed)
0.005
0.25
Switch “e” close, power switch on
Primary to output terminal
(earthed)
1.3
3.5
Switch “e” open. power switch on
Primary to metal enclosure
0.005
3.5
Switch “e” open, power switch off
Primary to output terminal
(unearthed)
0.005
0.25
Switch “e” close, power switch off
Primary to output terminal
(earthed)
0.005
3.5
Switch “e” open. power switch off
supplementary information:
Supply voltage: 264Vac / 60Hz
Rev 2.0
Comments/conditions
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TABLE: Electric strength tests, impulse tests and voltage surge tests
Test voltage applied between:
Voltage shape Test voltage Breakdow
(AC, DC,
(V)
n
impulse, surge)
Yes / No
Primary to SELV
DC
4242
No
Primary to metal enclosure (Earth)
DC
3000
No
Supplementary information:
5.3
Com-ponen
t
No.
P
TABLE: Fault condition tests
Ambient temperature (C) ................................... :
25C, if no others states

Power source for EUT: Manufacturer, model/type,
output rating ........................................................ :
--

Fault
Supply
vol-tage
(V)
Test
time
Fuse #
Fuse
cur-rent
(A)
Observation
Ventilation
openings
Blocked
240Vac
3.5hr
F1
0.327A
Unit operated normally,
No hazards, No damage.
The maxinum temperature of
T1 coil: 54.8°C
T2 coil: 53.8°C
Ambient: 22.5°C
Fan (near
main
board)
Stalled
240Vac
1hr
F1
0.327A
Unit operated normally,
No hazards, No damage.
The maxinum temperature of
T1 coil: 42.9°C
T2 coil: 42.3°C
Ambient: 22.7°C
Fan (near
power)
Stalled
240Vac
1hr
F1
0.327A
Unit operated normally,
No hazards, No damage.
The maxinum temperature of
T1 coil: 42.7°C
T2 coil: 42.2°C
Ambient: 22.9°C
Power Fan
Stalled
240Vac
1.5hr
F1
0.327A
Unit operated normally,
No hazards, No damage.
The maxinum temperature of
T1 coil: 65.4°C
T2 coil: 67.9°C
Ambient: 22.9°C
Tested for RTC battery circuit
D1 pin1 to
pin2
Short
240Vac
7hr
--
--
Maximum abnormal charge
current=156.8mA, no hazard
D1 pin2 to
pin3
Short
240Vac
10mins
--
--
Maximum abnormal charge
current=112.3mA, no hazard
Supplementary information:
Rev 2.0
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C.2
TABLE: transformers
Loc.
Tested insulation
Loc.
Tested insulation
N/A
Working
voltage
peak / V
Working
voltage
rms / V
Required
electric
strength
Required
clearance /
mm
Required
distance
thr. insul.
(2.10.3)
Required
creepage
distance /
mm
(2.10.4)
(2.10.2)
(2.10.2)
(5.2)
Test
voltage/
V
Measured
clearance /
mm
Measured
creepage
dist./ mm
Measured
distance
thr. insul. /
mm;
number of
layers
(2.10.5)
supplementary information:
C.2
Rev 2.0
TABLE: transformers
N/A
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Photo(s)
Rev 2.0
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Rev 2.0
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