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Test Report issued under the responsibility of:
12
IEC 60601-1
Medical electrical equipment
Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance
Report Reference No......................:
T223-0330/12
Date of issue ...................................:
2012-09-25
....................................................
Total number of pages...................:
279 pages
....................................................
CB Testing Laboratory...................:
SIQ – Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology
Testing Laboratory is accredited by Slovenian Accreditation, Reg. No.: LP-009
Address ...........................................:
Tržaška cesta 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Applicant’s name............................:
GlobTek, Inc.
Address ...........................................:
186 Veterans Drive, Northvale, NJ 07647, USA
Test specification:
Standard ..........................................:
IEC 60601-1: 2005 + CORR. 1 (2006) + CORR. 2 (2007)
Test procedure................................:
CB Scheme
Non-standard test
method…………..:
N/A
Test Report Form No......................:
IEC60601_1G
Test Report Form Originator .........:
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
Master TRF ......................................:
Dated 2010-11
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Test item description .....................:
Medical Power Supply Unit
Trade Mark ......................................:
Manufacturer...................................:
GlobTek, Inc.
186 Veterans Drive, Northvale, NJ 07647, USA
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Model/Type reference .................... :
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GTM21089-YYZZ-A.B-CD, where:
‘’GTM2’’ denotes version of the power supply unit
‘’1089’’ denotes family designation
‘’YY’’ denotes output power of the power supply unit in watts
‘’ZZ’’ denotes output voltage of the power supply unit in volts
‘’A.B’’ denotes optional deviation, subtracted from standard
output voltage in 0,1 volt increments
‘’C’’ denotes type of power supply unit:
- T: Desk-top version power supply unit
‘’D’’ denotes protection class of the power supply unit:
- 3: Class I power supply unit (with protective earth) (C14
appliance inlet)
- 3A: Class I power supply unit (with protective earth) (C6
appliance inlet)
- 2: Class II power supply unit (without protective earth)
GTM21096-YYZZ-A.B-CD, where:
‘’GTM2’’ denotes version of the power supply unit
‘’1096’’ denotes family designation
‘’YY’’ denotes output power of the power supply unit in watts
‘’ZZ’’ denotes output voltage of the power supply unit in volts
‘’A.B’’ denotes optional deviation, subtracted from standard
output voltage in 0,1 volt increments
‘’C’’ denotes type of power supply unit:
- F: Open frame power supply unit
- R: PCB mounted power supply unit
‘’D’’ denotes protection class of the power supply unit:
- Blank: Class I construction power supply unit
(protection class not defined)
- W: Class II construction power supply unit (protection
class not defined)
For details see next page and copy of marking plate and
summary of testing.
Ratings ............................................ :
I/P: 100-240 V~; 50-60 Hz; 500-250 mA
O/P: See table on next pages.
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Model name
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Output ratings
(output DC voltage / output current)
GTM21089-1003-T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
3,3 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21089-1305-1.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
4,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21089-1305-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
5,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21089-1506-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
6,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21089-1509-2.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
7,0 Vdc / 2,0 A
GTM21089-1509-1.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
8,0 Vdc / 1,8 A
GTM21089-1509-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
9,0 Vdc / 1,7 A
GTM21089-1512-2.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
10,0 Vdc / 1,5 A
GTM21089-1512-1.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
11,0 Vdc / 1,3 A
GTM21089-1512-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
12,0 Vdc / 1,25 A
GTM21089-1815-2.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
13,0 Vdc / 1,15 A
GTM21089-1815-1.2- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
13,8 Vdc / 1,09 A
GTM21089-1815-1.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
14,0 Vdc / 1,07 A
GTM21089-1815-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
15,0 Vdc / 1,2 A
GTM21089-1818-2.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
16,0 Vdc / 1,2 A
GTM21089-1818-1.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
17,0 Vdc / 1,0 A
GTM21089-1818-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
18,0 Vdc / 1,0 A
GTM21089-1824-5.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
19,0 Vdc / 0,95 A
GTM21089-1824-4.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
20,0 Vdc / 0,90 A
GTM21089-1824-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
24,0 Vdc / 0,75 A
GTM21089-1948-20.4- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
27,6 Vdc / 0,65 A
GTM21089-1948-18.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
30,0 Vdc / 0,60 A
GTM21089-1948-12.0- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
36,0 Vdc / 0,50 A
GTM21089-1948-X.X- T3 (-T3A) (-T2)
48,0 Vdc / 0,39 A
GTM21096-1003-F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
3,3 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21096-1305-1.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
4,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21096-1305-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
5,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21096-1506-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
6,0 Vdc / 2,6 A
GTM21096-1509-2.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
7,0 Vdc / 2,0 A
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GTM21096-1509-1.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
8,0 Vdc / 1,8 A
GTM21096-1509-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
9,0 Vdc / 1,7 A
GTM21096-1512-2.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
10,0 Vdc / 1,5 A
GTM21096-1512-1.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
11,0 Vdc / 1,3 A
GTM21096-1512-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
12,0 Vdc / 1,25 A
GTM21096-1815-2.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
13,0 Vdc / 1,15 A
GTM21096-1815-1.2- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
13,8 Vdc / 1,09 A
GTM21096-1815-1.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
14,0 Vdc / 1,07 A
GTM21096-1815-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
15,0 Vdc / 1,2 A
GTM21096-1818-2.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
16,0 Vdc / 1,2 A
GTM21096-1818-1.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
17,0 Vdc / 1,0 A
GTM21096-1818-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
18,0 Vdc / 1,0 A
GTM21096-1824-5.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
19,0 Vdc / 0,95 A
GTM21096-1824-4.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
20,0 Vdc / 0,90 A
GTM21096-1824-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
24,0 Vdc / 0,75 A
GTM21089-1948-20.4- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
27,6 Vdc / 0,65 A
GTM21089-1948-18.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
30,0 Vdc / 0,60 A
GTM21089-1948-12.0- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
36,0 Vdc / 0,50 A
GTM21089-1948-X.X- F (-FW) (-R) (-RW)
48,0 Vdc / 0,39 A
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Testing procedure and testing location:
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CB Testing Laboratory:
SIQ - Sloven ian Institute of Quality and Metrology
Testing location! address
D
:
Associated CB Test Laboratory:
Testing location! address
D
:
Tested by (name + signature) .. :
Janez Vidmar
Approved by (+ signature)
Bostjan Glavic
:
v
Testing procedure: TMP
Tested by (name + signature) .. :
Approved by (+ signature)
Testing location! address
D
:
:
Testing procedure: WMT
Tested by (name + signature) .. :
Witnessed by (+ signature)
:
Approved by (+ signature)
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Testing location! address
D
:
Testing procedure: SMT
Tested by (name + signature).. :
Approved by (+ signature)
:
Supervised by (+ signature)
:
Testing location! address
D
TrZaska cesta 2,1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
:
Testing procedure: RMT
Tested by (name + signature) .. :
Approved by (+ signature)
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Supervised by (+ signature)
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Testing location! address
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List of Attachments (including a total number of pages in each attachment):
1.
Test Report (211 pages)
2.
National Differences to IEC 60601-1:2005 – Enclosure No. 1 (13 pages)
3.
Photo documentation – Enclosure No. 2 (11 pages)
4.
Schematics, layouts and transformer drawings – Enclosure No. 3 (43 pages)
Summary of testing:
Tests performed (name of test and test clause):
Testing location:
See next pages
The risk management requirements of the
standard were not addressed.
SIQ – Slovenian Institute of Quality and
Metrology
Tržaška cesta 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Summary of compliance with National Differences (See enclosure No. 1 for details)
List of countries addressed:
- US NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1: 2005
- CANADA NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1:08
- SWITZERLAND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard SN EN 60601-1:06
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Copy of marking plate:
The artwork below may be only a draft. The use of certification marks on a product must be
authorized by the respective NCBs that own these marks.
a) GTM21089-YYZZ-A.B-T3 (Safety Class I power supply unit):
b) GTM21089-YYZZ-A.B-T2 (Safety Class II power supply unit):
c) GTM21096-YYZZ-A-B-F (Power supply unit intended for building-in, safety class not defined):
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Tests performed (name of test and test clause):
Verdict
4.11
Power Input
P
7.1.3
Durability of marking
P
8.4
Limitation of voltage current and energy
P
8.5.5.
Defibrillation- proof applied parts
8.6.4.
Impedance and current- carrying capability of protective earth
connections
P
8.7.4.5
Earth Leakage Current
P
8.7.4.6.
Touch Current
P
8.7.4.7.
Patient Leakage Current
N/A
8.7.4.8.
Patient Auxiliary Current
N/A
8.7.4.9.
Multiple Patient Connections
N/A
8.8.3A
Dielectric Strength test of solid insulation materials with safety
functions- MOOP
P
8.8.3B
Dielectric Strength test of solid insulation materials with safety
functions- MOPP
N/A
8.9.2
Short circuits in Mains part over creepage and clearance distances
8.9.3.2
Thermal Cycling Test on one sample of insulation compound forming
solid insulation between conductive parts
N/A
8.9.3.4
Thermal Cycling test on one Sample of Cemented joint
N/A
9.2.2.2
Measurement of gap “a” according to table 20 (ISO 13452:1996)
N/A
10.1.1
Measurement of X- radiation
N/A
11.1
Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT
11.2.2.1
Existence of ignition sources
N/A
13.1
Power or energy dissipation
N/A
13.2
Single Fault conditions
P
15.3
Mechanical strength
P
15.4.6
Actuating parts of controls
15.5.1.2
Transformer short circuit
P
15.5.1.3
Transformer overload
P
15.5.2
Transformer dielectric strength after humidity preconditioning of 5.7
--
Working voltage Measurement
P
--
Evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits
P
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
P
P
N/A
N/A
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Test item particulars (see also Clause 6):
Classification of installation and use................................. :
- Desk-top power supply unit: Class II
(with or without protective earth)
- Open-frame power supply unit, PCB
mounted power supply unit: Not
defined, end product consideration
Device type (component/sub-assembly/ equipment/
system) ................................................................................... :
Component level power supply.
Intended use (Including type of patient, application
location) ................................................................................. :
EUT is intended to provide power to
medical devices with isolation grade
MOOP.
Mode of operation ................................................................ :
Continuous operation.
Supply connection ............................................................... :
- Appliance inlet (desk-top power
supply unit)
- Input connector (open-frame power
supply unit, PCB mounted power
supply unit)
Accessories and detachable parts included ...................... :
No accessories and detachable parts
included.
Other options include ........................................................... :
No other options included.
Testing
Date of receipt of test item(s).................................................: 2010-02-01, 2011-09-09, 2012-07-18
Dates tests performed ............................................................: From 2011-09-16 to 2012-09-14
Possible test case verdicts:
- test case does not apply to the test object ...................:
N/A
- test object does meet the requirement ...........................:
Pass (P)
- test object was not evaluated for the requirement ..........:
N/E
- test object does not meet the requirement ....................:
Fail (F)
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Abbreviations used in the report:
- normal condition................................................... : N.C.
- single fault condition ...............: S.F.C.
- means of Operator protection ............................ : MOOP
- means of Patient protection ...: MOPP
General remarks:
"(see Attachment #)" refers to additional information appended to the report.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
The tests results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of the testing laboratory.
List of test equipment must be kept on file and available for review.
Additional test data and/or information provided in the attachments to this report.
Throughout this report a
comma /
point is used as the decimal separator.
Manufacturer’s Declaration per sub-clause 6.2.5 of IECEE 02:
The application for obtaining a CB Test Certificate
includes more than one factory location and a
declaration from the Manufacturer stating that the
sample(s) submitted for evaluation is (are)
representative of the products from each factory
has been provided ...................................................... :
Yes
Not applicable
When differences exist; they shall be identified in the General product information section.
Name and address of factory (ies) ......................... :
1) GlobTek Inc.
186 Veterans Drive Northvale, NJ 07647, USA
2) GlobTek (Suzhou) Co., Ltd
Building 4, No. 76, Jinling East Road, Suzhou
Industrial Park, Jiangsu 215021, China
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General product information:
The Power Supply (GTM21089 series, GTM21096 series) has been designed for the supplying various
medical devices with integrated 2 x MOOP isolation (means of operator protection) between primary
and secondary and between primary and external plastic enclosure surface and with integrated 1 x
MOOP isolation (means of operator protection) between primary and protective earth.
Power supply is not intended for direct patient connection (Type B, type BF or type CF).
EUT is a desk-top power supply unit (Class I or Class II), open frame power supply unit (complies
with Class I or Class II construction) or PCB mounted power supply unit (compliers with Class I or
Class II construction) intended for supplying end medical product by its output voltage. Power is
delivered to the medical device via secondary SELV wire with the DC plug at the end or via
secondary connector. See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
The equipment has been evaluated for use in a Pollution Degree 2 and over voltage category II
environment and a maximum altitude of 2000 m.
The transformer provides reinforced insulation. These transformers are built up to fulfils the
requirement of insulation class B (130 °C) and provide in addition an UR (OBJY2) insulation system
(see also list of safety critical components).
The product is shipped without manual as required for a medical end product. The manual has to be
part of the end medical product (only technical specifications and safety instructions provided by the
manufacturer).
The product was evaluated for a maximum ambient of 40 °C,
EUT is intended for indoor use only.
The top enclosure is secured to bottom enclosure by ultrasonic welding (desk-top version). Other
versions provided without external enclosure.
The power supply is provided without power on indicator. End product consideration.
The power supply in maintenance free.
The power supply is intended for operating at ambient temperature up to 40°C.
The unit shall not be used for use in an oxygen rich environment.
The unit it is not intended to be use with flammable anaesthetics and not intended for use in
conjunction with flammable agents.
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Summary of testing:
The component was tested according to the standard IEC 60601-1:2005 (3rd Edition) and/or EN
60601-1:2006 + A11:2011.
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. The power supply tested in
this test report is only component level power supply. Risk management shall be addressed to the
end type medical equipment.
Essential performance shall be determined within the end medical equipment; however for this
medical power supply essential performance is considered MOOP. MOOP is tested within this test
report.
Power supply unit can be:
- Desk-top equipment (Model GTM21089): Appliance inlet used for connection to the mains
- Open-frame equipment (Model GTM21096)
- PCB mounted (Model GTM21096)
Power supply unit was evaluated only for Means of Operator Protection:
- 2 x MOOP between primary and secondary circuit
- 2 x MOOP between primary and external plastic enclosure surface (for models with external
enclosure)
- 1 x MOOP between primary and protective earth (for models with protective earth)
Secondary output circuit is separated from mains by reinforced insulation and rated SELV. The
output does not provide hazard energy level.
Power supply unit provides internally two primary fuses in line and in neutral.
Safety Class of the power supply unit:
- Desk-top version: Class I or Class II
- Open-frame, PCB mounted version: End product consideration
Disconnecting device:
- Desk-top version: Mains plug is considered as disconnecting device
- Open-frame, PCB mounted version: end product consideration
The transformer between primary and secondary circuit provides reinforced insulation. This
transformer is built up to fulfil the requirement of insulation class B. See also list of safety critical
components.
The equipment has been evaluated for use in a Pollution Degree 2 and overvoltage category II
environment and a maximum altitude of 2000 m.
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
INSULATION DIAGRAM (without protective earth)
INSULATION DIAGRAM (with protective earth)
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
TABLE: To insulation diagram
P
Pollution degree ....................................... : PD 2
—
Overvoltage category .............................. : OVC II
—
Altitude ...................................................... : Up to 2000 meters
—
Additional details on parts considered
None
Areas ________________
as applied parts ........................................ : (See Clause 4.6 for details)
—
Area
Number and
type of Means
of Protection:
CTI
(IIIb,
unless is
MOOP, MOPP known)
Working voltage
Vrms
Vpk
Required
creepage
(mm)
Required Measured Measured
clearance creepage clearance
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
Remarks
Model: GTM21089
A1
1 x MOOP
IIIb
250
354
B
1 x MOOP
IIIb
250
354
C
2 x MOOP
IIIb
250
354
3,0
1,6
9,9
9,9
Measured
before
primary
fuses.
Verified via short-circuiting. See TABLE: abnormal
operation.
5,0
4,0
7,1
5,6
Measured
between
primary to
accessible
plastic
enclosure.
Sufficient.
D1
2 x MOOP
IIIb
247
480
5,0
4,2
7,6
7,6
Measured on
the
transformer.
Sufficient.
D2
2 x MOOP
IIIb
247
480
5,0
4,2
5,7
6,9
Measured on
PCB.
Sufficient.
D3
2 x MOOP
IIIb
247
480
5,0
4,2
8,0
8,0
Measured
between
metal shield
and primary
circuit
Sufficient.
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
D4
Requirement + Test
2 x MOOP
IIIb
Result - Remark
247
480
5,0
4,2
Min. 5,0
Verdict
Min. 5,0 Measured
between
primary
heatsink
(over the D8)
and
secondary
components
Sufficient.
E
1 x MOOP
III
273
480
2,9
2,1
5,6
5,6
Measured PE
pin of
appliance
inlet and
primary.
Sufficient.
Model: GTM21096
A1
1 x MOOP
IIIb
250
354
3,0
1,6
3,1
3,1
Measured
before
primary
fuses.
Sufficient.
B
1 x MOOP
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IIIb
250
354
Verified via short-circuiting. See TABLE: abnormal
operation.
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
C1
Requirement + Test
1 x MOOP
III
Result - Remark
273
480
2,9
2,1
4,0
Verdict
4,0
Measured
between
primary and
PE
Sufficient.
D1
2 x MOOP
IIIb
247
480
5,0
4,2
7,6
7,6
Measured on
the
transformer.
Sufficient.
D2
2 x MOOP
IIIb
247
480
5,0
4,2
8,0
6,1
Measured on
PCB.
Sufficient.
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Supplementary information:
EUT was evaluated as two means of operator protection (2 x MOOP) between primary and secondary
and between primary and accessible outer plastic enclosure and as one means of operator
protection (1 x MOOP) between primary and protective earth.
1) The top enclosure is secured to bottom enclosure by ultrasonic welding (relevant for desk-top
version).
Primary bulk capacitor C9 is fixed to primary inductor LF1 with glue to prevent bending and
reduction of the safety distances. See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
Minimum clearance distance: between primary heatsink and accessible enclosure
Minimum creepage distance: Measured between primary diode D3 and accessible enclosure
2) Triple insulated wire used for secondary windings. Transformer core is covered with insulation
tape on the bottom side to achieve sufficient distance between transformer core and secondary pins
of the transformer. Transformer core is considered as primary.
Transformer is fully wrapped into insulation tape (2 layers provided).
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
3) Insulation foil (min. thickness of 0,5 mm) provided between secondary components and metal
heatsink (treated as primary). Top and bottom side of the metal heatsink are additionally covered by
1 layer of insulation tape (min. 8,0 mm on both sides):
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IEC 60601-1
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
4) Insulation foil provided between PCB and primary shield (minimum thickness: 0,4 mm). Insulation
foil passed dielectric strength test for reinforced insulation (applicable for models with protective
earth).
5) Insulator silpad (minimum thickness: 0,40 mm) provided over the body of diode D8 including upside. Additionally 3 layer of insulation tape provided over the insulator silpad.
6) Minimum 5,0 mm distance provided between secondary capacitors (C2 and C3) and primary
heatsink.
INSULATION DIAGRAM CONVENTIONS and GUIDANCE:
A measured value must be provided in the value columns for the device under evaluation. The symbol
> (greater than sign) must not be used. Switch-mode power supplies must be re-evaluated in the
device under evaluation therefore N/A must not be used with a generic statement that the component is
certified.
Insulation diagram is a graphical representation of equipment insulation barriers, protective impedance
and protective earthing. If feasible, use the following conventions to generate the diagram:
- All isolation barriers are identified by letters between separate parts of diagram, for example separate
transformer windings, optocouplers, wire insulation, creepage and clearance distances.
- Parts connected to earth with large dots are protectively earthed. Other connections to earth are
functional
- Applied parts are extended beyond the equipment enclosure and terminated with an arrow.
- Parts accessible to the operator only are extended outside of the enclosure, but are not terminated
with an arrow.
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Table: working voltage measurement
Location
P
RMS voltage (V) Peak voltage (V) Comments
Transformer T1
Pin 1 to GND
214
344
--
Pin 2 to GND
213
340
--
Pin 3 to GND
273
480
Maximum rms and peak voltage
Pin 4 to GND
213
352
--
Pin 3 to Pin 5
225
455
--
Pin 3 to Pin 6
247
480
--
Optocoupler U1
Pin 1 to Pin 3
230
363
--
Pin 1 to Pin 4
221
360
--
Pin 2 to Pin 3
228
364
--
Pin 2 to Pin 4
220
356
--
Bridging capacitor CY1
Primary to secondary
210
340
supplementary information:
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc / 0,75 A)
Input voltage: 240 Vac
Rated output load.
Minus of the output, input N and PE were connected and marked as GND.
T1: Pin 1 to GND:
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P
T1: Pin 3 to GND:
T1: Pin 4 to GND:
T1: Pin 3 to Pin 5:
T1: Pin 3 to Pin 6:
U1: Pin 1 to Pin 3:
U1: Pin 1 to Pin 4:
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Table: working voltage measurement
U1: Pin 2 to Pin 3:
CY1: Primary to secondary:
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U1: Pin 2 to Pin 4:
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
P
Requirements of this standard applied in
-reasonably foreseeable misuse
P
4.1
Result - Remark
Verdict
NORMAL USE and
4.2
A RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS complying with ISO The risk management
14971 was performed .........................................: requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
N/E
The power supply tested in
this test report is only
component level power
supply.
4.3
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE functions identified
according to MANUFACTURER’S policy for RISK
acceptability in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE................:
See Appended Table 4.3 and
RM Results Table 4.3
N/E
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE functions maintained
following particular tests as applicable
Essential performance shall
be determined within the end
medical equipment; however
for this medical power
supply essential
performance is considered 2
x MOOP (2 x Means of
Operator Protection) between
primary and secondary or
between primary and
external plastic enclosure
surface and considered 1 x
MOOP (1 x Means of
Operator Protection) between
primary and protective earth.
N/E
2 x MOOP and 1 x MOOP is
tested within this test report.
4.4
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE stated in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE ................................................ :
Risk management shall be
addressed to the end type
medical equipment.
N/E
4.5
Alternative means of addressing particular
See Appended RM Results
Table 4.5
based on
that RESIDUAL RISKS
resulting from application of alternative means
equal to or less than RESIDUAL RISKS resulting
from requirements of this standard ..................:
N/E
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS identifies parts that
can come into contact with PATIENT but not
defined as APPLIED PARTS, subjected to the
requirements for APPLIED PARTS, except for
Clause 7.2.10.........................................................:
N/A
RISKS considered acceptable
MANUFACTURER’S justification
4.6
See Appended Insulation
Diagram Table and RM
Results Table 4.6
No parts that can come with
the patient.
EUT is medical power supply
unit.
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4.7
ME EQUIPMENT remained SINGLE FAULT SAFE, or
See Appended RM Results
the RISK remained acceptable as determined by Table 4.7
Clause 4.2 .............................................................:
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
Verdict
N/E
All applicable single fault
conditions performed
according to the standard.
Failure of any one component at a time that
could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION, including
those in 13.1, simulated physically or
theoretically .........................................................:
See Appended Table 13.2 for
simulated physical test, or
See Attachment No. __ for
theoretical simulation
P
Physically testing performed.
RISK associated with failure of component
during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT
taken into account to evaluate if a component
should be subjected to failure simulation
4.8
Short circuit or open circuit
of relevant single
components performed.
P
See Table 13.2: Single fault
conditions in accordance
with 13.2.2 to 13.2.13,
inclusive.
All components and wiring whose failure could See Appended RM Results
result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION used according Table 4.8 (N/E)
to their applicable ratings, except as specified,
The risk management
or by RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS .........................:
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
P
IEC approved components
provided within the
equipment.
See Table 8.10: List of critical
components.
Reliability of components used as MEANS OF
--
P
Approved critical
components used.
P
PROTECTION assessed for conditions of use in
ME EQUIPMENT, and they complied with one of
the following:
a) Applicable safety requirements of a relevant
IEC or ISO standard
b) Requirements of this standard applied in the -absence of a relevant IEC or ISO standard
4.9
A COMPONENT WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
CHARACTERISTICS provided because
a fault in a
particular component can generate an
unacceptable RISK ................................................:
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See appended Table 8.10 &
RM Results Table 4.9
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
P
N/E
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COMPONENTS WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
and evaluated
consistent with their conditions of use and
reasonable foreseeable misuse during
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT by
reviewing RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ...................... :
CHARACTERISTICS selected
4.10
Power supply
4.10.1
ME EQUIPMENT is suitable for connection to a
SUPPLY MAINS, specified to be connected to a
separate power supply, can be powered by an
INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE, or a
combination of the three ....................................:
4.10.2
Result - Remark
See Appended RM Results
Table 4.9
N/E
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
P
Power supply unit is suitable
for connection to supply
mains.
Maximum rated voltage for ME EQUIPMENT
Not hand-held equipment.
intended to be connected to SUPPLY MAINS is 250
V for HAND-HELD ME EQUIPMENT (V) ....................... :
– 250 V d.c. or single-phase a.c., or 500 V
Rated input voltage:
polyphase a.c. for ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
100-240 Vac
with a RATED input ≤ 4 kVA (V) ............................ :
– 500 V for all other ME EQUIPMENT and ME
Verdict
--
P
N/A
P
N/A
SYSTEMS
4.11
Power input
P
Steady-state measured input of ME EQUIPMENT or See appended Table 4.11
and at operating
settings indicated in instructions for use did
not exceed marked rating by more than 10% .. :
P
– Measurements on ME EQUIPMENT or a ME
SYSTEM marked with one or more RATED voltage
ranges made at both upper and lower limits of
the range ...............................................................:
P
ME SYSTEM at RATED voltage
See appended Table 4.11
Measurements made at a voltage equal to the
-mean value of the range when each marking of
RATED input was related to the mean value of
relevant voltage range
N/A
Power input, expressed in volt-amperes,
measured with a volt-ampere meter or
calculated as the product of steady state
current (measured as described above) and
supply voltage ......................................................:
N/A
See appended Table 4.11
Power input expressed in
Amperes.
See copy of marking plate for
details.
5
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TESTING ME EQUIPMENT
P
5.1
TYPE TESTS determined in consideration of
Clause 4, in particular 4.2
P
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Test not performed when analysis indicated
condition being tested was adequately
evaluated by other tests or methods ................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 5.1
N/A
Results of RISK ANALYSIS used to determine
combination(s) of simultaneous faults to be
tested
Applicable single faults
performed.
N/E
TYPE TESTS conducted on one representative
sample under investigation; multiple samples
used simultaneously when validity of results
was not significantly affected ............................:
Type test performed on
multiple samples.
P
Type test performed
according to all applicable
clauses of standard IEC
60601-1:2005.
Validity of results not
significantly affected.
a) Tests conducted within the environmental
conditions specified in technical description
--
P
Temperature (ºC), Relative Humidity (%) .........:
0-40°C
—
Up to 90% RH
Atmospheric Pressure (kPa) ..............................:
Up to 2000 meters.
—
Not specified within technical
specification; therefore
power supply unit is
assumed to be operated up
to 2000 meters altitude (no
correction factor used for
determination required
clearance distances).
5.4
b) ME EQUIPMENT shielded from other
No other influences.
influences that might affect the validity of tests
P
c) Test conditions modified and results
adjusted accordingly when ambient
temperature could not be maintained ..............:
Temperature tests performed
within the temperature
chamber at 40°C as specified
by the manufacturer.
P
a) ME EQUIPMENT tested under least favourable
See Appended RM Results
working conditions specified in instructions for Table 5.4a
use and identified during RISK ANALYSIS, except
Maximum ambient
as noted.................................................................:
temperature specified by the
manufacturer: 40°C.
P
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
b) ME EQUIPMENT with adjustable or controlled No adjustable or controlled
operating values by anyone other than SERVICE operating values provided.
PERSONNEL adjusted to values least favourable
for the relevant test per instructions for use
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N/A
d) Potable water used for cooling
No provision for cooling
provided.
N/A
Supply voltage during tests was the least
favourable of the voltages specified in 4.10 or
voltages marked on ME EQUIPMENT (V) ..............:
--
P
ME EQUIPMENT marked with a RATED frequency
Supply frequency: 50-60 Hz
range tested at the least favourable frequency
within the range (Hz)............................................ :
P
Supply voltage: 100-240 Vac
ME EQUIPMENT with more than one RATED
voltage, or both a.c./ d.c. tested in conditions
Only AC supply voltage used
(see 5.4) related to the least favourable voltage,
for supplying power supply
nature of supply, and type of current................ :
unit.
P
favourable conditions.......................................... :
5.7
Verdict
c) When test results influenced by inlet
pressure and flow or chemical composition of
a cooling liquid, tests performed within the
limits in technical description ............................:
ME EQUIPMENT tested with alternative
ACCESSORIES and components specified in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS to result in the least
5.6
Result - Remark
No such components.
N/A
No accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
ME EQUIPMENT connected to a separate power
supply as specified in instructions for use
Mains operated equipment.
When failure occurred or probability of future
failure detected during sequence of tests, per
agreement with manufacturer, all tests
affecting results conducted on a new sample
Considered.
P
Alternatively, upon repair and modification of
the sample, only the relevant tests conducted
Considered.
P
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof affected by
climatic conditions were set up completely, or
partially, with covers detached and subjected
to a humidity preconditioning prior to tests of
Clauses 8.7.4 and 8.8.3.......................................... :
See Appended RM Results
Table 5.7
P
Manually detachable parts removed and
treated concurrently with major parts and
manually removable ACCESS COVERS were
opened and detached
No such parts.
ME EQUIPMENT heated to a temperature between
T and T + 4 °C for at least 4 h and placed in a
humidity chamber with a relative humidity of 93
% ± 3 % and an ambient within 2 °C of T in the
range of + 20 °C to + 32 °C for 48 h
Standard humidity treatment
performed.
Complete power supply unit
was subject to standard
humidity preconditioning
treatment.
Relative humidity specified
within technical
specification: 0-90% RH.
Power supply unit is
intended for indoor use only.
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N/A
N/A
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See above.
be exposed to high humidity for
extended periods (i.e., out-door use), test time
extended proportionally (h).................................:
Verdict
N/A
EQUIPMENT can
5.8
Unless stated otherwise, tests in this standard
sequenced as in Annex B to prevent results of
one test on a subsequent test
Considered.
5.9
Determination of APPLIED PARTS and ACCESSIBLE PARTS
5.9.1
APPLIED PARTS identified by inspection and
See clause 4.6 Remark
reference to ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS ..............:
No applied parts provided.
5.9.2
ACCESSIBLE PARTS
5.9.2.1
Accessibility, when necessary, determined
using standard test finger of Fig 6 applied in a
bent or straight position
P
P
N/A
P
See Appended Table 5.9.2
P
Power supply unit is
provided with plastic
enclosure without openings
to cover all internal parts.
See enclosed pictures of the
unit for details.
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit
(no external enclosure
provided).
Openings preventing entry of test finger of Fig. Power supply unit is
6 mechanically tested with a straight un-jointed provided with plastic
test finger of the same dimensions with a force enclosure without openings.
of 30 N
See enclosed pictures of the
unit for details.
P
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit
(no external enclosure
provided).
When the straight un-jointed test finger
entered, test with the standard test finger (Fig
6) was repeated, if necessary, by pushing the
finger through the opening
5.9.2.2
--
Test hook of Fig. 7 inserted in all openings of
No openings provided.
pulled with a force of 20 N for
End product consideration
10 s
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit
(no external enclosure
provided).
ME EQUIPMENT and
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N/A
N/A
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inspection
5.9.2.3
Result - Remark
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Verdict
N/A
Conductive parts of actuating mechanisms of
No actuating mechanisms
provided.
electrical controls accessible after removal of
handles, knobs, levers and the like regarded as
ACCESSIBLE PARTS ................................................ :
N/A
Conductive parts of actuating mechanisms
not considered ACCESSIBLE PARTS when
removal of handles, knobs, etc. required use
of a TOOL, and inspection of RISK MANAGEMENT
FILE indicated the relevant part is unlikely to
detach unintentionally during EXPECTED
SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT ............................:
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 5.9.2.3
6
CLASSIFICATION OF ME EQUIPMENT AND ME SYSTEMS
P
6.2
CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT, externally powered
P
Power supply unit with
protective earth.
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted version.
CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT, externally powered
Power supply unit without
protective earth.
P
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted version.
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
EUT is not internally powered
equipment.
N/A
EQUIPMENT with
--
N/A
TYPE B APPLIED PART
No applied parts provided.
N/A
TYPE BF APPLIED PART
--
N/A
TYPE CF APPLIED PART
--
N/A
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS
--
N/A
means of connection to a
SUPPLY MAINS complied with CLASS I or CLASS II ME
EQUIPMENT requirements when so connected,
and when not connected to SUPPLY MAINS with
INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT requirements
6.3
ENCLOSURES classified according to degree of
See RM Results Table 11.6.5.
protection against ingress of water and
No protection against
particulate matter (IPN1N2) as per IEC 60529 ..... :
ingress of water provided;
therefore no marking
required.
Ordinary equipment.
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ME EQUIPMENT or its parts intended to be
No such parts.
sterilized classified according to method(s) of
sterilization in instructions for use ....................:
N/A
6.5
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use
in an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT classified for
such use and complied with 11.2.2
N/A
6.6
CONTINUOUS or Non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION ........: Power supply unit is
designed for continuous
operation.
EUT was not evaluated for
use in an oxygen rich
environments.
Verdict
P
No markings provided.
7
ME EQUIPMENT IDENTIFICATION, MARKING, AND DOCUMENTS
7.1.1
See Attachment #
RISK of poor USABILITY associated with the
design of ME EQUIPMENT'S identification and
EUT is medical power
marking addressed in a USABILITY ENGINEERING
supply unit.
PROCESS ................................................................. :
7.1.2
See Appended Table 7.1.2
Legibility of Markings Test for Markings
specified in Clause 7.2-7.6 .................................... :
Legibility of markings
performed on desk-top
version.
P
N/A
P
Not applicable for openframe and PCB mounted
version.
7.1.3
Required markings can be removed only with a -by appreciable force, are durable and
remain CLEARLY LEGIBLE during EXPECTED SERVICE
LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT in NORMAL USE
P
a) After tests, adhesive labels didn’t loosen up See appended Tables 7.1.3
or curl up at edges and markings complied with and 8.10
requirements in Clause 7.1.2 .............................. :
No changes of the markings
after durability test.
P
b) Markings required by 7.2-7.6 remained
See appended Tables 7.1.3
marking durability test.... : and 8.10
P
TOOL or
CLEARLY LEGIBLE after
No changes of the markings
after durability test.
7.2
Marking on the outside of ME EQUIPMENT or ME EQUIPMENT parts
P
7.2.1
At least markings in 7.2.2, 7.2.5, 7.2.6 (not for
7.2.10,
and 7.2.13 were applied when size of
EQUIPMENT, its part, an ACCESSORY, or
ENCLOSURE did not permit application of all
required markings ............................................... :
See attached copy of
Marking Plate
P
Remaining markings fully recorded in
See above.
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT),
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS.................................... :
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All required markings are
provided on the marking
plate.
N/A
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Markings applied to individual packaging when Packaging not part of the
impractical to apply to ME EQUIPMENT
investigation.
Verdict
N/A
Power supply unit is not
special handling equipment.
7.2.2
A material, component, ACCESSORY, or ME
EQUIPMENT intended for a single use, or its
packaging marked “Do Not Reuse” or with
symbol 28 of Table D.1 (ISO 7000-1051,
DB:2004-01).......................................................................................... :
No such material,
component, accessory or
equipment parts intended
for single use.
N/A
MANUFACTURER’s name or trademark marked on
ME EQUIPMENT and detachable components....... :
Trademark GLOBTEK
provided on the marking
plate.
P
See copy of marking plate
for details.
Misidentification does not present an
unacceptable risk
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.2.2
N/A
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
P
MODEL OR TYPE REFERENCE also marked, except
when misidentification would not present an
unacceptable RISK ............................................... :
See attached copy of
Marking Plate.
Software forming part of a PEMS identified with
a unique identifier, such as revision level or
date of release/issue, and identification are
available to designated persons ....................... :
No software incorporated.
Symbol 11 on Table D.1 (ISO 7000-1641, DB:
2004-01) used, optionally, advice to OPERATOR
to consult ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
Symbol not required.
Safety sign 10 on Table D.2 (safety sign IEC
60878 Safety 01) used, advising OPERATOR that
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS must be consulted
--
N/A
ACCESSORIES marked with name or trademark of
MANUFACTURER or supplier, and with a MODEL or
TYPE REFERENCE ...................................................................................... :
No accessories provided.
N/A
Markings applied to individual packaging when
not practical to apply to ACCESSORIES
--
N/A
MODEL or TYPE REFERENCE of equipment to be
connected to ME EQUIPMENT to provide power, is
marked adjacent to the relevant connection
point when this connection could result in an
unacceptable RISK ..................................................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.2.5
N/A
Connection to the Supply Mains
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N/A
EUT is medical in power
supply unit.
N/A
EUT is medical in power
supply unit.
Mains operated equipment.
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Except for PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
marking appearing on the outside
of part containing SUPPLY MAINS connection
and, adjacent to connection point
Marking plate provided on
the outer side of the plastic
enclosure (desk-top
version) or on primary
heatsink (open-frame, PCB
mounted version).
For PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT,
NOMINAL supply voltage or range marked inside
or outside of ME EQUIPMENT, preferably, adjacent
to supply connection terminals
EUT is not permanently
installed equipment.
– RATED supply voltage(s) or RATED voltage
range(s) with a hyphen (-) between minimum
and maximum voltages (V, V-V) ..........................:
100-240 Vac
EQUIPMENT,
P
N/A
P
Markings provided.
Multiple RATED supply voltages or multiple RATED -supply voltage ranges are separated by (V/V) ..:
N/A
Symbol ‘’ ~ ‘’ provided near
rated supply voltage.
P
Symbols 1-5, Table D.1 (symbols of IEC 60417- Symbol No. 1 from table D.1
5032, 5032-1, 5032-2, 5031, and 5033, all DB:
used for input voltage.
2002-10) used, optionally, for same parameters:
Symbol No. 4 from table D.1
used for output voltage.
P
– Nature of supply (e.g., No. of phases, except
single-phase) and type of current .......................:
7.2.7
Verdict
– RATED supply frequency or RATED frequency
range in hertz .........................................................:
50-60 Hz
P
– Symbol 9 of Table D.1 (symbol IEC 604175172, DB: 2003-02) used for CLASS II ME
EQUIPMENT ................................................................:
Provided on the marking
plate of power supply unit.
P
RATED input in amps or volt-amps, or in watts
when power factor exceeds 0.9 (A, VA, W) ............ :
Rated input expressed in
Amperes:
P
0,50-0,25 A
(Specified for lower and
upper voltage range).
See copy of marking plate
for details.
RATED input for one or more RATED voltage
ranges provided for upper and lower limits of
the range or ranges when the range(s) is/are
greater than ± 10 % of the mean value of
specified range (A, VA,W) ....................................:
0,50-0,25 A
Input at mean value of range marked when
range limits do not differ by more than 10 %
from mean value (A, VA, W) .................................:
--
N/A
Marking includes long-time and most relevant
momentary volt-ampere ratings when provided,
each plainly identified and indicated in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS (VA) ............................:
--
N/A
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P
(Specified for lower and
upper voltage range).
See copy of marking plate
for details.
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Marked input of ME EQUIPMENT provided with
means for connection of supply conductors of
other electrical equipment includes RATED and
marked output of such means (A, VA, W) ..........:
Result - Remark
--
7.2.8
Output connectors
7.2.8.1
See 16.9.2.1 b) for MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS
integral with ME EQUIPMENT
--
Output connectors are marked, except for
Rating of the output
connector provided on the
marking plate.
7.2.8.2
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS or connectors intended
for specified ACCESSORIES or equipment
Verdict
N/A
P
N/A
P
See copy of marking plate
for details.
7.2.9
Rated Voltage (V), Rated Current (A)................ :
See copy of marking plate
for details.
—
Rated Power (W), Output Frequency (Hz) ........ :
DC output voltage.
—
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts marked with the IP
No protection against
environmental Code per IEC 60529 according to ingress of water provided;
classification in 6.3 (Table D.3, Code 2)..............: therefore no marking
required.
N/A
Ordinary equipment.
7.2.10
Degrees of protection against electric shock as No applied parts provided.
classified in 6.2 for all APPLIED PARTS marked
with relevant symbols as follows (not applied to
parts identified according to 4.6):
N/A
TYPE B APPLIED PARTS with symbol 19 of Table D.1 -(IEC 60417-5840, DB: 2002-10), not applied in
such a way as to give the impression of being
inscribed within a square in order to distinguish
it from symbol IEC 60417-5333 ............................:
N/A
TYPE BF APPLIED PARTS with symbol 20 of Table
D.1 (IEC 60417-5333, DB: 2002-10) ......................:
--
N/A
TYPE CF APPLIED PARTS with symbol 21 of Table
D.1 (IEC 60417-5335, DB: 2002-10) ......................:
--
N/A
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS marked with -symbols 25-27 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5841, IEC
60417-5334, or IEC 60417-5336, all DB: 2002-10):
N/A
Proper symbol marked adjacent to or on
connector for APPLIED PART, except marked on
APPLIED PART when there is no connector, or
connector used for more than one APPLIED PART
and different APPLIED PARTS with different
classifications ........................................................:
--
N/A
Safety sign 2 of Table D.2 (ISO 7010-W001)
placed near relevant outlet when protection
against effect of discharge of a cardiac
defibrillator is partly in the PATIENT cable ...........:
--
N/A
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
An explanation indicating protection of ME
EQUIPMENT against effects of discharge of a
cardiac defibrillator depends on use of proper
cables included in instructions for use..............:
--
ME EQUIPMENT not marked to the contrary
assumed to be suitable for CONTINUOUS
OPERATION
No markings provided;
therefore EUT is intended
for continuous operation.
DUTY CYCLE for ME EQUIPMENT intended for nonCONTINUOUS OPERATION appropriately marked to
EUT is designed for
continuous operation.
Verdict
N/A
P
N/A
provide maximum “on” and “off” time...............:
7.2.12
Type and full rating of a fuse marked adjacent to No accessible fuses
provided.
N/A
ACCESSIBLE fuse-holder
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit.
7.2.13
7.2.14
Fuse type ................................................................:
--
—
Voltage (V) and Current (A) rating.....................:
--
—
Operating speed (s) and Breaking capacity.....:
--
—
A safety sign CLEARLY LEGIBLE and visible after
INSTALLATION in NORMAL USE applied to a
prominent location of EQUIPMENT that produce
physiological effects capable of causing HARM to
PATIENT or OPERATOR not obvious to OPERATOR ..:
EUT not produces
physiological effects.
N/A
Nature of HAZARD and precautions for avoiding
or minimizing the associated RISK described in
instructions for use ...............................................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.2.13
N/A
HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINAL DEVICES on the outside
ME EQUIPMENT accessible without the use of a
TOOL marked with symbol 24 of Table D.1
No such terminals provided.
N/A
of
(symbol IEC 60417-5036, DB: 2002-10)
7.2.15
Requirements for cooling provisions marked
(e.g., supply of water or air) .................................:
Not provided.
N/A
7.2.16
ME EQUIPMENT with
--
N/A
7.2.17
Packaging marked with special handling
instructions for transport and/or storage ..........:
EUT is not special handling
equipment.
N/A
Permissible environmental conditions for
transport and storage marked on outside of
packaging .............................................................. :
--
N/A
limited mechanical stability
Packaging marked with a suitable safety sign
See Appended RM Results
indicating premature unpacking of ME EQUIPMENT Table 7.2.17
could result in an unacceptable RISK ..................:
N/A
Packaging of sterile ME EQUIPMENT or
sterile
--
N/A
RATED maximum supply pressure from an
external source marked on ME EQUIPMENT
adjacent to each input connector ...................... :
--
N/A
ACCESSORIES marked
7.2.18
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7.2.19
Symbol 7 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5017,
DB:2002-10) marked on FUNCTIONAL EARTH
TERMINAL...................................................................:
No functional earth terminal
provided.
Protective means, required to be removed to
use a particular function of ME EQUIPMENT with
alternate applications, marked to indicate the
necessity for replacement when the function is
no longer needed ...................................................:
--
N/A
No marking applied when an interlock provided
--
N/A
7.2.20
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
Only protective earth
provided for models with
protective earth.
7.3
Marking on the inside of ME EQUIPMENT or ME EQUIPMENT parts
7.3.1
Maximum power loading of heating elements or No heating elements
lamp-holders designed for use with heating
provided.
lamps marked near or in the heater (W) .............:
N/A
A marking referring to ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS -provided for heating elements or lamp-holders
designed for heating lamps that can be changed
only by SERVICE PERSONNEL using a TOOL
N/A
7.3.2
Symbol 24 of Table D.1 (symbol IEC 60417-5036, No such parts within the
DB: 2002-10), or safety sign 3 of Table D.2 used equipment.
to mark presence of HIGH VOLTAGE parts .............:
N/A
7.3.3
Type of battery and mode of insertion when
applicable is marked .......................................... :
No batteries provided.
An identifying marking provided referring to
instructions in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS for
batteries intended to be changed only by
SERVICE PERSONNEL using a TOOL ..........................:
--
N/A
A warning provided indicating replacement of
lithium batteries or fuel cells when incorrect
replacement by inadequately trained personnel
would result in an unacceptable RISK (e.g.,
excessive temperatures, fire or explosion)....... :
--
N/A
An identifying marking also provided referring
to instructions in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS ......:
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.3.3
N/A
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N/A
Mains operated equipment.
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7.3.4
Fuses, replaceable THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVERCURRENT RELEASES, accessible by use of a TOOL,
Result - Remark
Both enclosure parts are
fixed together by means of
marked by type and full rating at the component ultrasonic welding;
or by reference to ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
therefore primary fuses are
not accessible by the
operator.
Verdict
N/A
Otherwise, type and rating
specified on the PCB near
fuses:
F1: T1A/250V
F2: T1A/250V
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit.
Type ........................................................................:
F1: T1A/250V
—
F2: T1A/250V
Voltage (V) and Current (A) rating.....................:
F1: T1A/250V
—
F2: T1A/250V
Operating speed (s) and Breaking capacity.....:
F1: T1A/250V
—
F2: T1A/250V
+
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL marked with symbol
6 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5019, DB: 2002-10),
except for the PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL in an
APPLIANCE INLET according to IEC 60320-1
Correct symbol provided on
PCB near PE terminal.
P
Relevant for models with
protective earth.
Not provided on such parts.
Markings on or adjacent to PROTECTIVE EARTH
TERMINALS not applied to parts requiring removal
to make the connection, and remained visible
after connection made
P
7.3.6
Symbol 7 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5017, DB:
No functional earth terminal
2002 -10) marked on FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINALS provided.
N/A
7.3.7
Terminals for supply conductors marked
adjacent to terminals, except when no HAZARD
would result when interchanging connections
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.3.7
N/A
Terminal markings included in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS when ME EQUIPMENT too small to
accommodate markings
--
N/A
Terminals exclusively for neutral supply
conductor in PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
EQUIPMENT marked with Code 1 of Table D.3
(Code in IEC 60445)
Not permanently connected
equipment.
N/A
Marking for connection to a 3-phase supply, if
necessary, complies with IEC 60445
--
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Markings on or adjacent to electrical connection -points not applied to parts requiring removal to
make connection, and remained visible after
connection made
N/A
-“For supply connections, use wiring materials
suitable for at least X °C” (where X > than max
temperature measured in terminal box or wiring
compartment under NORMAL USE), or equivalent,
marked at the point of supply connections
N/A
--
N/A
Statement not applied to parts requiring
removal to make the connection, and CLEARLY
LEGIBLE after connections made
7.4
Marking of controls and instruments
7.4.1
The “on” & “off” positions of switch to control
power to ME EQUIPMENT or its parts, including
mains switch, marked with symbols 12 and 13
of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5007, DB: 2002-10, and
IEC 60417-5008, DB: 2002-10), or
No mains switch provided.
N/A
– indicated by an adjacent indicator light, or
--
N/A
– indicated by other unambiguous means
--
N/A
-The “on/off” positions of push button switch
with bi-stable positions marked with symbol 14
of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5010 DB: 2002-10), and
N/A
– status indicated by adjacent indicator light
--
N/A
– status indicated by other unambiguous
means
--
N/A
The “on/off” positions of push button switch
with momentary on position marked with
symbol 15 of Table D.1 (symbol 60417-5011
DB: 2002-10), or
--
N/A
– status indicated by adjacent indicator light
--
N/A
– status indicated by other unambiguous
means
--
N/A
7.4.2
7.4.3
N/A
Different positions of control devices/switches No control devices
indicated by figures, letters, or other visual
provided.
means
N/A
Controls provided with an associated
indicating device when change of setting of a
control could result in an unacceptable RISK to
PATIENT in NORMAL USE, or
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.4.2
– an indication of direction in which magnitude -of the function changes
N/A
-Numeric indications of parameters on ME
EQUIPMENT expressed in SI units according to
ISO 31 except the base quantities listed in Table
1 expressed in the indicated units
N/A
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
ISO 1000 applied for application of SI units,
their multiples, and certain other units
--
N/A
All Markings in Sub-clause 7.4 complied with
tests and criteria of 7.1.2 and 7.1.3
See Appended Tables 7.1.2
and 7.1.3.
N/A
Safety signs
Markings used to convey a warning,
prohibition or mandatory action mitigating a
RISK not obvious to OPERATOR are safety signs
from ISO 7010
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.5
N/A
No safety signs provided.
EUT is medical in power
supply unit.
Affirmative statement together with safety sign -placed in instructions for use if insufficient
space on ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
Specified colours in ISO 3864-1 used for safety -signs.....................................................................:
N/A
Safety notices include appropriate precautions -or instructions on how to reduce RISK(S)
N/A
--
N/A
Safety signs including any supplementary text
or symbols described in instructions for use
7.6
Symbols
7.6.1
Meanings of symbols used for marking
described in instructions for use ......................:
Provided within safety
instructions.
P
7.6.2
Symbols required by this standard conform to
IEC or ISO publication referenced
According to Annex D.
P
7.6.3
Symbols used for controls and performance
conform to the IEC or ISO publication where
symbols are defined, as applicable
--
7.7
Colours of the insulation of conductors
7.7.1
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR identified by
green and yellow insulation
Green/yellow colour of
insulation of protective
conductor (relevant for
models with protective
earth).
P
7.7.2
Insulation on conductors inside ME EQUIPMENT
forming PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS
identified by green and yellow at least at
terminations
Green/yellow colour of
insulation of protective
conductor (relevant for
models with protective
earth).
N/A
7.7.3
Green and yellow insulation identify only
following conductors:
--
P
– PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTORS
--
P
– conductors specified in 7.7.2
--
N/A
– POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION CONDUCTORS
No potential equalization
conductors provided.
N/A
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N/A
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– FUNCTIONAL EARTH CONDUCTORS
No functional earth
conductor provided.
N/A
7.7.4
Neutral conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORDS are
“light blue” specified in IEC 60227-1 or IEC
60245-1
Power supply cord not part
of the investigation (relevant
for desk-top version).
N/A
7.7.5
Colours of conductors in POWER SUPPLY CORDS
in accordance with IEC 60227-1 or IEC 60245-1
--
N/A
7.8
Indicator lights and controls
7.8.1
Red indicator lights mean: Warning (i.e.,
immediate response by OPERATOR required)
N/A
Power supply unit is
provided without indicator
lights.
N/A
End product consideration.
Yellow indicator lights mean: Caution (i.e.,
prompt response by OPERATOR required)
--
N/A
Green indicator lights mean: Ready for use
--
N/A
Other colours, if used: Meaning other than red, -yellow, or green (colour, meaning) ................... :
N/A
7.8.2
Red used only for emergency control
N/A
7.9
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
7.9.1
ME EQUIPMENT accompanied by documents
containing at least instructions for use, and a
technical description
Only technical specification
provided by the
manufacturer.
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS identify ME EQUIPMENT
by the following, as applicable:
--
P
– Name or trade-name of MANUFACTURER and an
address the RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION can be
referred to .............................................................. :
Provided within technical
specification.
P
– MODEL or TYPE REFERENCE .................................. :
Provided within technical
specification.
P
--
P
When ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided
See Appended RM Results
electronically (e.g., on CDROM), RISK
Table 7.9.1
MANAGEMENT PROCESS includes instructions as
Paper version provided.
to what is required in hard copy or as markings
on ME EQUIPMENT (for emergency operation)
7.9.2
N/A
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS specify special skills, Power supply unit is part of
training, and knowledge required of OPERATOR or the investigation.
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION and environmental
restrictions on locations of use
P
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS written at a level
Power supply unit is part of
consistent with education, training, and other
the investigation.
needs of individuals for whom they are intended
P
Instructions for use include the required information
P
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7.9.2.1
– intended use of ME EQUIPMENT,
EUT is medical in power
supply unit intended for
supplying end medical
product by its output
voltage.
P
– frequently used functions, and
EUT is medical in power
supply unit intended for
supplying end medical
product by its output
voltage.
P
– known contraindication(s) to use of ME
EUT is medical power
supply unit; therefore no
contraindications to use of
the equipment.
EQUIPMENT
Result - Remark
Classifications as in Clause 6, all markings per Provided within safety
Clause 7.2, and explanation of safety signs and instructions.
symbols marked on ME EQUIPMENT
7.9.2.2
Verdict
N/A
P
Instructions for use are in a language
acceptable to the intended operator
English version evaluated.
P
Instructions for use include all warning and
safety notices
Provided within user
instructions.
P
Warning statement for CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT
Relevant for models with
indicating: “WARNING: To avoid risk of electric
protective earth.
shock, this equipment must only be connected
to a supply mains with protective earth”
P
Warnings regarding significant RISKS of
reciprocal interference posed by ME EQUIPMENT
during specific investigations or treatments
--
N/A
Information on potential electromagnetic or
other interference and advice on how to avoid
or minimize such interference
Not specified.
N/A
EUT is medical in power
supply unit.
Shall be evaluated during
end medical product
approval.
-Warning statement for ME EQUIPMENT supplied
with an integral MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET
indicating, “connecting electrical equipment to
MSO effectively leads to creating an ME SYSTEM,
and can result in a reduced level of safety”
N/A
The RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION is referred to this -standard for the requirements applicable to ME
N/A
SYSTEMS
7.9.2.3
Statement on ME EQUIPMENT for connection to a Mains operated equipment.
separate power supply indicating “power
supply is specified as a part of ME EQUIPMENT or
combination is specified as a ME SYSTEM”
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N/A
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7.9.2.4
Warning statement for mains- operated ME
EQUIPMENT with additional power source not
automatically maintained in a fully usable
condition indicating the necessity for periodic
checking or replacement of power source
No additional power source
provided.
N/A
Warning to remove primary batteries when ME
EQUIPMENT is not likely to be used for some time
when leakage from battery would result in an
unacceptable RISK .............................................. :
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.9.2.4
N/A
Specifications of replaceable INTERNAL
ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE when provided ....... :
--
N/A
Warning indicating ME EQUIPMENT must be
connected to an appropriate power source
when loss of power source would result in an
unacceptable RISK .............................................. :
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.9.2.4
N/A
7.9.2.5
Result - Remark
Instructions for use include a description of ME Provided within technical
EQUIPMENT, its functions, significant physical
specification.
and performance characteristics together with
the expected positions of OPERATOR, PATIENT, or
other persons near ME EQUIPMENT in NORMAL USE
Verdict
P
Information provided on materials and
ingredients PATIENT or OPERATOR is exposed to
when such exposure can constitute an
unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
Restrictions specified on other equipment or
--
N/A
APPLIED PARTS specified
No applied parts provided.
N/A
7.9.2.6
Information provided indicating where the
installation instructions may be found or
information on qualified personnel who can
perform the installation
--
N/A
7.9.2.7
Instructions provided indicating not to position
make it difficult to operate the
disconnection device when an APPLIANCE
COUPLER or separable plug is used as isolation
means to meet 8.11.1 a)
EUT not treated as end
medical product.
N/A
7.9.2.8
Necessary information provided for OPERATOR
to bring ME EQUIPMENT into operation including
initial control settings, and connection to or
positioning of PATIENT prior to use of ME
EQUIPMENT, its parts, or ACCESSORIES
--
N/A
7.9.2.9
Information provided to operate ME EQUIPMENT
including explanation of controls, displays and
signals, sequence of operation, connection of
detachable parts or ACCESSORIES, replacement
of material consumed during operation
Detailed instruction
concerning mounting of the
power supply unit (openframe and PCB mounted
version) provided within
safety instructions.
NETWORK/DATA COUPLINGS, other than those
forming part of an ME SYSTEM, to which a SIGNAL
INPUT/OUTPUT PART may be connected
ME EQUIPMENT to
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Meanings of figures, symbols, warning
statements, abbreviations and indicator lights
described in instructions for use
Result - Remark
Provided within safety
instructions.
Verdict
P
7.9.2.10
A list of all system messages, error messages, Not messages provided.
and fault messages provided with an
explanation of messages including important
causes and possible action(s) to be taken to
resolve the problem indicated by the message
N/A
7.9.2.11
Information provided for the OPERATOR to safely End product consideration.
terminate operation of ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
7.9.2.12
Information provided on cleaning, disinfection, No applied parts provided.
and sterilization methods, and applicable
parameters that can be tolerated by ME
EQUIPMENT parts or ACCESSORIES specified
N/A
No such parts.
Components, ACCESSORIES or ME EQUIPMENT
marked for single use, except when required
by MANUFACTURER to be cleaned, disinfected, or
sterilized prior to use
N/A
Instructions provided on preventive inspection, EUT is maintence free.
calibration, maintenance and its frequency
N/A
7.9.2.13
7.9.2.14
Information provided for safe performance of
routine maintenance necessary to ensure
continued safe use of ME EQUIPMENT
--
N/A
Parts requiring preventive inspection and
maintenance to be performed by SERVICE
PERSONNEL identified including periods of
application
EUT is maintence free.
N/A
Instructions provided to ensure adequate
maintenance of ME EQUIPMENT containing
rechargeable batteries to be maintained by
anyone other than SERVICE PERSONNEL
No rechargeable batteries
incorporated.
N/A
A list of ACCESSORIES, detachable parts, and
materials for use with ME EQUIPMENT provided
No such parts provided.
Mains operated equipment.
Other equipment providing power to ME SYSTEM Mains operated equipment.
sufficiently described (e.g. part number, RATED
VOLTAGE, max or min power, protection class,
intermittent or continuous service)
7.9.2.15
RISKS associated with disposal of waste
products, residues, etc., and of ME EQUIPMENT
and ACCESSORIES at the end of their EXPECTED
SERVICE LIFE are identified, and instructions
provided on minimizing these RISKS ................. :
Provided within safety
instructions: The power
supply has to be disposed
appropriately. Please refer
to local regulations (Waste
Electrical and Electronic
Equipment).
7.9.2.16
Instructions for use include information
specified in 7.9.3 or identify where it can be
found (e.g. in a service manual)
--
7.9.3
Technical description
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N/A
N/A
P
N/A
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7.9.3.1
All essential data provided for safe operation, -transport, storage, and measures or conditions
necessary for installing ME EQUIPMENT, and
preparing it for use including the following:
P
– information as in clause 7.2
Provided within technical
specification.
P
– permissible environmental conditions of use
including conditions for transport and storage
Operating conditions
specified within technical
specification:
P
0 to 40°C temperature
Up to 90% relative humidity
Up to 2000 meters
Storage conditions:
-40°C to 80°C temperature
10 to 95% humidity
– all characteristics of ME EQUIPMENT including
range(s), accuracy, and precision of displayed
values or where they can be found
--
N/A
– special installation requirements such as
max. permissible apparent impedance of
Not specified by the
manufacturer.
N/A
SUPPLY MAINS
– permissible range of values of inlet pressure -and flow, and chemical composition of cooling
liquid used for cooling
N/A
– a description of means of isolating ME
EQUIPMENT from SUPPLY MAINS, when such
means not in ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
- Desk-top power supply
unit: appliance coupler is
considered as
disconnecting device.
- Open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit:
end product consideration.
– a description of means for checking oil level
in partially sealed oil filled ME EQUIPMENT or its
parts when applicable
--
N/A
– a warning statement addressing HAZARDS that -can result from unauthorized modification of
ME EQUIPMENT according to following examples
P
“WARNING: No modification of this equipment is Provided within technical
allowed”
specification: Modification
of the power supply unit is
not allowed.
P
“WARNING: Do not modify this equipment
without authorization of the manufacturer”
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N/A
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“WARNING: If this equipment is modified,
appropriate inspection and testing must be
conducted to ensure continued safe use of
equipment”
Result - Remark
--
Verdict
N/A
Technical description separable from instructions for use contains required
information, as follows
N/A
– information as in clause 7.2
N/A
Only technical specification
provided.
EUT is power supply unit;
therefore user manual as
required for end medical
product is not required.
7.9.3.2
-– all applicable classifications in Clause 6,
warning and safety notices, and explanation of
safety signs marked on ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
– a brief description of ME EQUIPMENT, how it
functions, and its significant physical and
performance characteristics
--
N/A
M ANUFACTURER’S optional requirements for
minimum qualifications of SERVICE PERSONNEL
documented in technical description
--
N/A
The technical description contains the following required information
N/A
N/A
–type and full rating of fuses used in SUPPLY
MAINS external to PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
EQUIPMENT, when type and rating of fuses are
not apparent from information on RATED current
and mode of operation of ME EQUIPMENT ..........:
See Appended RM Results
Table 7.9.3.2
– a statement for ME EQUIPMENT with a nonDETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD if POWER SUPPLY
CORD is replaceable by SERVICE PERSONNEL, and
Non-detachable power
supply cord not provided.
N/A
No such parts.
N/A
EUT is not permanently
installed equipment.
if so, instructions for correct connection and
anchoring to ensure compliance with 8.11.3
– instructions for correct replacement of
interchangeable or detachable parts specified
by MANUFACTURER as replaceable by SERVICE
PERSONNEL, and
7.9.3.3
EUT is maintence free.
– warnings identifying nature of HAZARD when
replacement of a component could result in an
unacceptable RISK, and when replaceable by
SERVICE PERSONNEL all information necessary to
safely replace the component
N/A
Technical description indicates, MANUFACTURER -will provide circuit diagrams, component part
lists, descriptions, calibration instructions to
assist to SERVICE PERSONNEL in parts repair
N/A
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7.9.3.4
Means used to comply with requirements of
- Desk-top power supply
8.11.1 clearly identified in technical description unit: appliance coupler is
considered as
disconnecting device.
Verdict
N/A
- Open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit:
end product consideration.
8
8.1
PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL HAZARDS FROM ME EQUIPMENT
P
Limits specified in Clause 8.4 not exceeded for --
P
ACCESSIBLE PARTS and APPLIED PARTS in NORMAL
or SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
NORMAL CONDITION considered as simultaneous
occurrence of situations identified in 8.1a)
--
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION considered to include
See Appended RM Results
the occurrences as specified in Clause 8.1b)... : Tables 8.1b(1), (2), (3)
P
N/A
ACCESSIBLE PARTS determined according to 5.9
--
P
LEAKAGE CURRENTS measured according to 8.7
--
P
8.2
Requirements related to power sources
N/A
8.2.1
When ME EQUIPMENT specified for connection to EUT is intended for
a separate power source other than SUPPLY
connection to the mains.
MAINS, separate power source considered as
part of ME EQUIPMENT or combination
considered as an ME SYSTEM
N/A
8.2.2
8.3
Tests performed with ME EQUIPMENT connected
to separate power supply when one specified
Mains operated equipment.
N/A
When a generic separate power supply
specified, specification in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS examined
--
N/A
No HAZARDOUS SITUATION other than absence of
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE developed when a
connection with wrong polarity made for ME
EQUIPMENT from an external d.c. source
See Appended RM Results
Table 8.2.2
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT connected with correct polarity
did not present an unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
Protective devices that can be reset by anyone -without a TOOL restore correct operation on
reset
N/A
Classification of APPLIED PARTS
N/A
a) APPLIED PART specified in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS as suitable for DIRECT CARDIAC
APPLICATION is TYPE CF
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EUT is intended for
connection to the mains.
No applied parts provided.
EUT is power supply unit.
N/A
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b) An APPLIED PART provided with a PATIENT
CONNECTION intended to deliver electrical
energy or an electrophysiological signal to or
from PATIENT is TYPE BF or CF APPLIED PART
--
N/A
c) An APPLIED PART not
TYPE B, BF, or CF
--
N/A
d) Requirements of a TYPE B APPLIED PART
applied to a part in 4.6 to be subjected to
requirements for an APPLIED PART (except
marking)
--
N/A
Requirements for a TYPE BF or CF APPLIED PART
applied as in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
See Appended RM Results
Table 8.3d
N/A
covered by a) or b) is a
8.4
Limitation of voltage, current or energy
8.4.1
PATIENT CONNECTIONS intended
P
to deliver Current
N/A
Limits in 8.4.2 not applied to currents intended No patient connections.
to flow through body of PATIENT to produce a
physiological effect during NORMAL USE
8.4.2
Verdict
ACCESSIBLE PARTS
including APPLIED PARTS
P
See appended Table 8.7
a) Currents from, to, or between PATIENT
CONNECTIONS did not exceed limits for PATIENT
LEAKAGE CURRENT and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENT
per Tables 3 and 4 when measured according
to Clause 8.7.4 .................................................... :
b) LEAKAGE CURRENTS from, to, or between
ACCESSIBLE PARTS did not exceed limits for
TOUCH CURRENT in Cl. 8.7.3 c) when measured
per Clause 8.7.4 (mA) ........................................ :
N/A
See appended Table 8.7
N/A
P
Measured on the output and
on enclosure (metal foil
used).
c) Limits specified in b) not applied to parts
when probability of a connection to a PATIENT,
directly or through body of OPERATOR, is
negligible in NORMAL USE, and the OPERATOR is
appropriately instructed
See Appended RM Results
Table 8.4.2c
N/A
– accessible contacts of connectors
--
N/A
– contacts of fuseholders accessible during
replacement of fuse
No fuseholders provided.
N/A
– contacts of lampholders accessible after
removal of lamp
--
N/A
-– parts inside an ACCESS COVER that can be
opened without a TOOL, or where a TOOL is
needed but the instructions for use instruct an
OPERATOR other than SERVICE PERSONNEL to open
the relevant ACCESS COVER
N/A
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Primary fuses are soldered
to the PCB.
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Verdict
Voltage to earth or to other ACCESSIBLE PARTS
did not exceed 42.4 V peak a.c. or 60 V d.c. for
above parts in NORMAL or single fault condition
(V a.c. or d.c.) ..................................................... :
See appended Table 8.4.2
P
Limit of 60 V d.c applied with no more than
10% peak-to-peak ripple, and when ripple
larger than specified value, 42.4 V peak limit
applied (V d.c.) ................................................... :
See appended Table 8.4.2
P
Energy did not exceed 240 VA for longer than
60 s or stored energy available did not exceed
20 J at a potential up to 2 V (VA or J) .............. :
See appended Table 8.4.2
P
LEAKAGE CURRENT limits referred to in 8.4.2 b)
applied when voltages higher than limits in
8.4.2 c) were present (mA) ................................ :
See appended Table 8.4.2
N/A
d) Voltage and energy limits specified in c)
above also applied to the following:
--
N/A
No openings provided.
– internal parts, other than contacts of plugs,
connectors and socket-outlets, touchable by
End product consideration
test pin in Fig 8 inserted through an opening in
for open-frame and PCB
an ENCLOSURE; and
mounted versions.
– internal parts touchable by a metal test rod
with a diameter of 4 mm and a length of 100
mm, inserted through any opening on top of
ENCLOSURE or through any opening provided
for adjustment of pre-set controls using a TOOL
No openings provided.
Test pin or the test rod inserted through
relevant openings with minimal force of no
more than 1 N
No openings provided.
N/A
N/A
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit.
N/A
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted power supply unit
Test rod inserted in every possible position
No pre-set controls
through openings provided for adjustment of
provided.
pre-set controls that can be adjusted in NORMAL
USE, with a force of 10 N
N/A
Test repeated with a TOOL specified in
instructions for use
--
N/A
Test rod freely and vertically suspended
through openings on top of ENCLOSURE
--
N/A
-e) Devices used to de-energize parts when an
without a TOOL gives
access to parts at voltages above levels
permitted by this Clause comply with 8.11.1 for
mains isolating switches and remain effective
in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
N/A
--
N/A
ACCESS COVER opened
A TOOL is required when it is possible to
prevent the devices from operating
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8.4.3
Worst case voltage between pins of plug and
between either supply pin and ENCLOSURE did
not exceed 60 V one s after disconnecting the
plug of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts (V) ................ :
See appended Table 8.4.3
P
A triggering circuit used to ensure
disconnection occurred at peak of supply
voltage waveform
Considered.
P
8.4.4
Result - Remark
Verdict
See appended Table 8.4.3
When voltage exceeded 60 V, calculated or
measured stored charge didn’t exceed 45 µC .. :
N/A
See appended Table 8.4.4
Residual voltage of conductive parts of
capacitive circuits, having become accessible
after ME EQUIPMENT was de-energized after
removal of ACCESS COVERS, didn’t exceed 60V or
calculated stored charge didn’t exceed 45µC... :
N/A
A device manually discharging capacitors
used when automatic discharging was not
possible and ACCESS COVERS could be removed
only with aid of a TOOL
--
N/A
Capacitor(s) and connected circuitry marked
with symbol 24 of Table D.1 (IEC 60417-5036,
DB: 2002-10), and manual discharging device
specified in technical description ....................:
--
N/A
8.5
Separation of parts
P
8.5.1
MEANS OF PROTECTION (MOP)
P
8.5.1.1
Two MEANS of PROTECTION provided for ME
EQUIPMENT to prevent APPLIED and other
ACCESSIBLE PARTS from exceeding limits in 8.4
2 x MOOP provided between
primary and accessible
plastic parts (desk-top
version) and between
primary and secondary
circuit within the equipment
(desk-top, open-frame and
PCB mounted version).
P
1 x MOOP provided between
primary and protective earth
within the equipment.
Each MEANS OF PROTECTION categorized as a
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION or a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION, taking into account
Protection categorized as
operator protection.
P
Clause 4.6, and flow chart in Fig A.12
Varnishing, enameling, oxidation, and similar
protective finishes and coatings with sealing
compounds replasticizing at temperatures
expected during operation and sterilization
disregarded as MEANS OF PROTECTION
--
Considered.
Coatings and other insulation intended as a
with IEC 609501:2001 considered acceptable as a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION but not automatically as a
MEANS OF PROTECTION complying
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
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N/A
P
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RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS taken into
consideration for MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
No applied parts provided.
Components and wiring forming a MEANS OF
PROTECTION comply with 8.10
--
P
N/A
Solid insulation forming a MEANS OF PATIENT
PROTECTION complied with dielectric strength
test of Clause 8.8 at test voltage of Table 6
--
N/A
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming a MEANS OF
PATIENT PROTECTION complied with Table 12
--
N/A
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS forming a MEANS -OF PATIENT PROTECTION complied with Cl. 8.6
N/A
A Y1 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14
and having passed dielectric strength test for
two MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION considered
equivalent to one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
N/A
See Appended Tables 8.8.3
and 8.10
Two capacitors used in series, each RATED for -total WORKING VOLTAGE across the pair and have
the same NOMINAL capacitance
N/A
--
—
--
P
Solid insulation forming a MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION complied with:
--
P
– dielectric strength test of 8.8 at test voltage
of Table 6; or
--
P
– requirements of IEC 60950-1 for INSULATION
CO-ORDINATION
--
N/A
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming a MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION complied with:
--
P
– limits of Tables 13 to 16 (inclusive); or
--
P
– requirements of IEC 60950-1 for INSULATION
CO-ORDINATION
--
N/A
Voltage Total Working (V) and C Nominal (µ
µF) ............ :
8.5.1.3
P
Protection categorized as
means of operator
protection (MOOP).
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
(MOPP)
N/A
EUT is power supply unit.
Insulation, CREEPAGE, CLEARANCES, components Considered.
or earth connections not complying with
8.5.1.2 and 8.5.1.3 not considered as MEANS OF
PROTECTION, and failure of these parts regarded
as NORMAL CONDITION
8.5.1.2
Verdict
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
(MOOP)
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS forming a MEANS -OF OPERATOR PROTECTION complied with Cl. 8.6,
or
See Attachment #
– requirements and tests of IEC 60950-1 for
protective earthing ............................................. :
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P
N/A
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A Y2 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14
and passing dielectric strength test for one
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION considered
equivalent to one MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION ...........................................................:
Result - Remark
See Appended Tables 8.8.3
and 8.10
Verdict
N/A
Approved Y1 capacitor
provided between primary
and secondary circuit.
See list of critical
components.
A Y1 capacitor complying with IEC 60384-14
and having passed dielectric strength test for
two MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION considered
equivalent to two MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION ...........................................................:
See Appended Tables 8.8.3
and 8.10
P
Approved Y1 capacitor
provided between primary
and secondary circuit.
See list of critical
components.
Single Y1 capacitor
Two capacitors used in series each RATED for
total WORKING VOLTAGE across the pair and have provided between primary
the same NOMINAL capacitance
and secondary circuit.
N/A
Voltage Total Working (V) and C Nominal (µ
µF)............. :
--
—
Points at which impedances of components,
--
N/A
A MEANS OF PROTECTION protecting APPLIED
PARTS, or parts identified by 4.6 as parts
subject to the same requirements, considered
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION ............................. :
--
N/A
A MEANS OF PROTECTION protecting other parts
considered MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION..... :
--
N/A
CREEPAGE, CLEARANCES, PROTECTIVE EARTH
CONNECTIONS or insulation, prevent ACCESSIBLE
PARTS from exceeding limits in 8.4 examined
whether a failure at any of these points is to be
regarded as a NORMAL or SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
8.5.2
Separation of PATIENT CONNECTIONS
N/A
8.5.2.1
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of F-TYPE APPLIED PART
separated from all other parts by equivalent to
one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION for a WORKING
VOLTAGE equal to maximum MAINS VOLTAGE and
complied with limit for PATIENT LEAKAGE
CURRENT at 110 % of max. MAINS VOLTAGE ........ :
See appended Table 8.7.
Separation requirement not applied between
multiple functions of a single F-TYPE APPLIED
--
N/A
--
N/A
-M ANUFACTURER has defined if multiple
functions are to be considered as all within one
APPLIED PART or as multiple APPLIED PARTS ......... :
N/A
N/A
No applied parts provided.
No patient connections
provided.
PART
PATIENT CONNECTIONS treated as one APPLIED
PART in the absence of electrical separation
between PATIENT CONNECTIONS of same or
another function
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Classification as TYPE BF, CF, or DEFIBRILLATIONto one entire APPLIED PART
Result - Remark
--
Verdict
N/A
PROOF applied
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests conducted per 8.7.4 .... : See appended Table 8.7
N/A
Dielectric strength test conducted per 8.8.3.... : See appended Table 8.8.3
N/A
--
N/A
A protective device connected between PATIENT -CONNECTIONS of an F-TYPE APPLIED PART and
ENCLOSURE to protect against excessive
voltages did not operate below 500 V r.m.s
N/A
See Appended RM Results
PATIENT CONNECTIONS of a TYPE B APPLIED PART
not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED are separated by one Table 8.5.2.2
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION from metal
ACCESSIBLE PARTS not PROTECTIVELY EARTHED .... :
N/A
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES measured per 8.9
and Tables 11 to 16 as applicable
8.5.2.2
8.5.2.3
– except when metal ACCESSIBLE PART is
physically close to APPLIED PART and can be
regarded as a part of APPLIED PART; and
--
N/A
– RISK that metal ACCESSIBLE PART will make
contact with a source of voltage or LEAKAGE
CURRENT above permitted limits is acceptably
low
--
N/A
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests conducted per 8.7.4 .... : See appended Table 8.7
N/A
Dielectric strength test conducted per 8.8.3.... : See appended Table 8.8.3
N/A
Relevant CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES measured
per 8.9 and Tables 11 to 16 as applicable
--
N/A
The RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed
--
N/A
A connector on a PATIENT lead located at the end of the lead remote from
PATIENT, with conductive part not separated from all PATIENT CONNECTIONS by
one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION for a WORKING VOLTAGE equal to MAXIMUM
MAINS VOLTAGE
N/A
- cannot be connected to earth or hazardous
See Appended RM Results
voltage while the PATIENT CONNECTIONS are in
Table 8.5.2.3
contact with PATIENT ........................................... :
No patient leads provided.
N/A
--
N/A
– CLEARANCE between connector pins and a flat -surface is at least 0.5 mm
N/A
--
N/A
– conductive part of connector not separated
from all PATIENT CONNECTIONS did not come into
contact with a flat conductive plate of not less
than 100 mm diameter
– conductive part pluggable into a mains
socket protected from making contact with
parts at MAINS VOLTAGE by insulation with a
CREEPAGE DISTANCE of at least 1.0 mm, a 1500 V
dielectric strength and complying with 8.8.4.1
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Result - Remark
– required test finger did not make electrical
See Appended RM Results
contact with conductive part when applied
Table 8.5.2.3
against access openings with a force of 10 N,
except when RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
indicated no unacceptable RISK existed from
contact with objects other than a mains socket
or a flat surface .................................................... :
8.5.3
Verdict
N/A
M AXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
P
– M AXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE determined to be the 240 Vac
highest RATED supply voltage for single-phase
Supply voltage: 100-240 Vac
or d.c. SUPPLY MAINS powered ME EQUIPMENT, as
well as INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT with a
means of connection to a SUPPLY MAINS (V) ..... :
P
When less than 100 V, MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE
was 250 V
--
N/A
– MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE was the highest RATED Single-phase equipment.
phase to neutral supply voltage for poly-phase
ME EQUIPMENT (V) ................................................. :
N/A
– for other INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT,
maximum mains voltage was 250 V
N/A
Not internally powered
equipment.
Mains operated equipment.
8.5.4
WORKING VOLTAGE
--
P
– Input supply voltage to ME EQUIPMENT was
or voltage within RATED range
resulting in highest measured value (V).......... :
Input voltage: 240 Vac
P
RATED voltage
-– WORKING VOLTAGE for d.c. voltages with
superimposed ripple was average value when
peak-to-peak ripple less than 10% of average
value or peak voltage when peak-to-peak ripple
exceeding 10% of average value (V) ................ :
N/A
P
– WORKING VOLTAGE for each MEANS OF
PROTECTION forming DOUBLE INSULATION was
voltage DOUBLE INSULATION, as a whole,
subjected to (V) .................................................. :
See Insulation Diagram and
Insulation Table.
– Intentional or accidental earthing of PATIENT
regarded as a NORMAL CONDITION for WORKING
VOLTAGE involving a PATIENT CONNECTION not
connected to earth
--
N/A
– WORKING VOLTAGE between PATIENT
CONNECTIONS of an F-TYPE APPLIED PART and
ENCLOSURE was highest voltage appearing
across insulation in NORMAL USE including
earthing of any part of APPLIED PART (V) ........... :
No applied parts provided.
N/A
– WORKING VOLTAGE for DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF
APPLIED PARTS determined disregarding
possible presence of defibrillation voltages
No applied parts provided.
N/A
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Verdict
– WORKING VOLTAGE was equal to resonance
voltage in case of motors provided with
capacitors between the point where a winding
and a capacitor are connected together and a
terminal for external conductors (V)................ :
No motors provided.
N/A
8.5.5
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS
No applied parts provided.
N/A
8.5.5.1
Classification “DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED
PART” applied to one APPLIED PART in its
entirety, but not separate functions of same
--
N/A
--
N/A
--
N/A
APPLIED PART
Possibility of an OPERATOR receiving a shock
from such parts taken into consideration in
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Isolation of PATIENT CONNECTIONS of a
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PART from
parts of ME EQUIPMENT accomplished as
other
follows:
a) No hazardous electrical energies appear
See Appended Table
during a discharge of cardiac defibrillator ...... : 8.5.5.1a
N/A
b) ME EQUIPMENT complied with relevant
See Appended Table
requirements of this standard, providing BASIC 8.5.5.1b
SAFETY and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE following
exposure to defibrillation voltage, and recovery
time stated in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS .......... :
N/A
8.5.5.2
See Appended Table 8.5.5.2
Means provided to limit energy delivered to a
100 Ω load to at least 90% of energy delivered
to this load with ME EQUIPMENT disconnected .. :
N/A
8.6
Protective and functional earthing and potential equalization of ME EQUIPMENT
P
8.6.1
Requirements of 8.6.2 to 8.6.8 applied
Relevant for models with
protective earth.
P
Parts complying with IEC 60950-1 for
protective earthing and serving as MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION but not PATIENT
PROTECTION exempted from requirements of
8.6.2 to 8.6.8
--
N/A
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL is suitable for
connection to an external protective earthing
system by a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR in a
POWER SUPPLY CORD and a suitable plug or by a
FIXED PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR ................... :
--
P
Clamping means of PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL
of ME EQUIPMENT for FIXED supply conductors or
POWER SUPPLY CORDS comply with 8.11.4.3, and
cannot be loosened without TOOL
--
N/A
Screws for internal PROTECTIVE EARTH
CONNECTIONS completely covered or protected
--
N/A
8.6.2
against accidental loosening from outside..... :
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Earth pin of APPLIANCE INLET forming supply
connection to ME EQUIPMENT regarded as
Result - Remark
Applicable for desk-top
version.
Verdict
P
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL
Not used for other proposal.
PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL not used for
mechanical connection between different parts
of ME EQUIPMENT or securing components not
related to protective or functional earthing
P
8.6.3
See Appended RM Results
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION not used for a
moving part, except when MANUFACTURER
Table 8.6.3
demonstrated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No moving parts provided.
connection will remain reliable during EXPECTED
SERVICE LIFE ..........................................................:
N/A
8.6.4
See appended Table 8.6.4
a) PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTIONS carried fault
currents reliably and without excessive voltage
drop
P
8.6.5
8.6.6
b) Allowable TOUCH CURRENT and PATIENT
See appended Table 8.6.4 &
LEAKAGE CURRENT in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION were Clause 8.7
not exceeded, when impedance of PROTECTIVE
Not exceeded.
EARTH CONNECTIONS exceeded values in 8.6.4 a)
and Table 8.6.4, due to limited current
capability of relevant circuits ............................:
N/A
Surface coatings
N/A
Poorly conducting surface coatings on
conductive elements removed at the point of
contact
--
N/A
Coating not removed when requirements for
impedance and current-carrying capacity met
--
N/A
Plugs and sockets
P
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION where
connection between SUPPLY MAINS and ME
EQUIPMENT or between separate parts of ME
EQUIPMENT made via a plug and socket was
made before and interrupted after supply
connections
--
- applied also where interchangeable parts are
No interchangeable parts.
P
N/A
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
8.6.7
Terminal for connection of a POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION CONDUCTOR
N/A
– Terminal is accessible to OPERATOR with ME
EQUIPMENT in any position of NORMAL USE
No potential equalization
conductor provided.
N/A
– RISK of accidental disconnection minimized
in NORMAL USE
--
N/A
– Terminal allows conductor to be detached
without a TOOL
--
N/A
– Terminal not used for a PROTECTIVE EARTH
--
N/A
CONNECTION
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Verdict
– Terminal marked with symbol 8 of Table D.1
(i.e., symbol IEC 60417-5021)
--
N/A
– Instructions for use contain information on
function and use of POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION
CONDUCTOR together with a reference to
requirements of this standard
--
N/A
POWER SUPPLY CORD does not incorporate
POTENTIAL EQUALIZATION CONDUCTOR
--
N/A
8.6.8
FUNCTIONAL EARTH TERMINAL not used to provide -a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION
N/A
8.6.9
Class II ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
a
Third conductor of POWER SUPPLY CORD
connected to protective earth contact of MAINS
PLUG provided with CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT with
isolated internal screens used as functional
earth connection to the screen’s FUNCTIONAL
EARTH TERMINAL, coloured green and yellow
--
N/A
Two MEANS OF PROTECTION provided by
insulation of internal screens and all internal
wiring connected to them with a related
explanation in technical description ............... :
--
N/A
8.7
LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS
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8.7.1
See appended Tables 8.7
a) Electrical isolation providing protection
against electric shock limits currents to values
in 8.7.3.................................................................. :
P
See appended Tables 8.7
b) Specified values of EARTH LEAKAGE, TOUCH,
PATIENT LEAKAGE, and PATIENT AUXILIARY
CURRENTS applied in combination of conditions
in appended Table 8.7 ........................................ :
P
8.7.2
Allowable values specified in 8.7.3 applied
under SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS of 8.1 b), except
--
P
– where insulation used in conjunction with a
insulation short
circuited only under conditions in 8.6.4 b)
--
N/A
– the only SINGLE FAULT CONDITION for EARTH
LEAKAGE CURRENT was interruption of one
supply conductor at a time
Considered.
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION,
-– LEAKAGE CURRENTS and PATIENT AUXILIARY
CURRENT not measured in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION of short circuiting of one constituent
part of DOUBLE INSULATION
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS not applied at same
time as special test conditions of MAXIMUM
MAINS VOLTAGE on APPLIED PARTS and nonPROTECTIVELY EARTHED parts of ENCLOSURE
8.7.3
Allowable Values
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No applied parts provided.
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N/A
N/A
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See appended Table 8.7
a) Allowable values in 8.7.3 b), c), and d)
measured based on, and are relative to
Leakage current meter with
currents in Fig 12 a), or by a device measuring
frequency characteristics as
frequency contents of currents as in Fig 12 b .:
specified on Fig. 12 b) used.
See appended Table 8.7
b) Allowable values of PATIENT LEAKAGE and
according to Tables 3 &
No applied parts provided.
4, and values of a.c. are relative to currents
having a frequency not less than 0.1Hz ...........:
Verdict
P
N/A
AUXILIARY CURRENTS are
See appended Table 8.7
P
d) EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT did not exceed 5 mA See appended Table 8.7
in NORMAL CONDITION and 10 mA in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION (IENC, IESFC)............................................:
P
See appended Table 8.7
Higher values of EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT
permitted for PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
EUT not permanently
EQUIPMENT connected to a supply circuit
installed equipment.
supplying only this ME EQUIPMENT according to
local regulations or IEC 60364-7-710 ................:
N/A
See appended Table 8.7
e) LEAKAGE CURRENTS, regardless of waveform
and frequency, did not exceed 10 mA r.m.s. in
NORMAL or in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION (measured
with a non-frequency-weighted device.............:
N/A
8.7.4
See appended Table 8.7
LEAKAGE and PATIENT AUXILIARY CURRENTS
measurements.....................................................:
P
8.8
Insulation
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8.8.1
Insulation relied on as MEANS OF PROTECTION,
including REINFORCED INSULATION and insulation
between parts of opposite polarity of MAINS
PART on SUPPLY MAINS side of mains fuse or
OVER-CURRENT RELEASE
--
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Insulation exempted from test (complies with
clause 4.8)
IEC approved optocoupler
U1provided between
primary and secondary
circuit.
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c) TOUCH CURRENT did not exceed 100 µA in
NORMAL CONDITION and 500 µA in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION (ITNC, ITSFC) ............................................:
IEC approved Y1 capacitor
provided between primary
and secondary circuit.
See list if critical
components for details.
-Insulation forming MEANS OF OPERATOR
PROTECTION and complying with IEC 60950-1 for
INSULATION CO-ORDINATION not tested as in 8.8
8.8.2
Distance through solid insulation or use of thin sheet material
Solid insulation forming SUPPLEMENTARY or
REINFORCED INSULATION for a PEAK WORKING
VOLTAGE greater than 71 V provided with:
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N/A
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a) 0.4 mm, min, distance through insulation, or IEC approved optocoupler
provided between primary
and secondary circuit.
Verdict
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b) does not form part of an ENCLOSURE and not
subject to handling or abrasion during NORMAL
USE, and comprised of:
--
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– at least two layers of material, each passed
the appropriate dielectric strength test, or
See appended Table 8.8.3
N/A
– three layers of material, for which all
combinations of two layers together passed
the appropriate dielectric strength test
See appended Table 8.8.3
P
Approved triple insulated
wire (TIW) used for
secondary windings.
See list of critical
components for details.
Dielectric strength test for one or two layers
was same as for one MEANS OF PROTECTION for
--
N/A
--
N/A
--
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SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
Dielectric strength test for one or two layers
was same as for two MEANS OF PROTECTION for
REINFORCED INSULATION
BASIC, SUPPLEMENTARY, and REINFORCED
INSULATION required between windings of
wound components separated by interleaved
insulation complying with a) or b), or both,
except when
c) Wire with solid insulation, other than solvent -based enamel, complying with a)
d) Wire with multi-layer extruded or spirally
wrapped insulation complying with b) and
complying with Annex L
Approved triple insulated
wire (TIW) used for
secondary windings.
N/A
P
See list of critical
components for details.
e) Finished wire with spirally wrapped or multi- -layer extruded insulation, complying with
Annex L
N/A
– BASIC INSULATION: minimum two wrapped
layers or one extruded layer
--
N/A
– SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION: minimum two
layers, wrapped or extruded
--
N/A
– REINFORCED INSULATION: minimum three layers, -wrapped or extruded
N/A
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-In d) and e), for spirally wrapped insulation
with CREEPAGE DISTANCES between layers less
than in Table 12 or 16 (Pollution Degree 1)
depending on type of insulation, path between
layers sealed as a cemented joint in 8.9.3.3 and
test voltages of TYPE TESTS in L.3 equal 1.6
times of normal values
N/A
Protection against mechanical stress provided -where two insulated wires or one bare and one
insulated wire are in contact inside wound
component, crossing at an angle between 45°
and 90° and subject to winding tension .......... :
N/A
Finished component complied with routine
dielectric strength tests of 8.8.3 .......................:
See appended Table 8.8.3
Tests of Annex L not repeated since material
data sheets confirm compliance ......................:
See Table 8.10 and Material
Information Attachment
N/A
P
Sufficient evidence for
complying with Means of
Operator Protection.
8.8.3
Dielectric Strength
P
See appended Table 8.8.3
Solid insulating materials with a safety
function withstood dielectric strength test
voltages ...............................................................:
P
8.8.4
Insulation other than wire insulation
P
8.8.4.1
Resistance to heat retained by all insulation
and insulating partition walls during EXPECTED
SERVICE LIFE of ME EQUIPMENT
--
ME EQUIPMENT and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Appended RM Results
examined in conjunction with resistance to
Table 8.8.4.1
moisture, dielectric strength, and mechanical
The risk management
strength tests ......................................................:
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
Satisfactory evidence of compliance provided Manufacturer is using
by manufacturer for resistance to heat ............: approved materials with
adequate temperature
characteristics.
P
N/E
P
See Table 8.10.
No additional test was
considered required.
-Tests conducted in absence of satisfactory
evidence for resistance to heat .........................:
N/A
See Table 8.8.4.1
a) ENCLOSURE and other external parts of
insulating material, except insulation of flexible
cords and parts of ceramic material, subjected
to ball-pressure test using apparatus of Fig 21
N/A
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See Table 8.8.4.1
b) Parts of insulating material supporting
uninsulated parts of MAINS PART subjected to
ball-pressure test in a), except at 125 °C ± 2 ° C
or ambient indicated in technical description
±2°C plus temperature rise determined during
test of 11.1 of relevant part, if higher (°C) ........ :
Test not performed on parts of ceramic
material, insulating parts of commutators,
brush-caps, and similar, and on coil formers
not used as REINFORCED INSULATION
8.8.4.2
--
Resistance to environmental stress
Verdict
N/A
N/A
P
P
Insulating characteristics and mechanical
strength of all MEANS OF PROTECTION not likely to
be impaired by environmental stresses
including deposition of dirt resulting from wear
of parts within EQUIPMENT, potentially reducing
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES below 8.9
EUT is provided with plastic
enclosure to cover all
internal parts.
Ceramic and similar materials not tightly
sintered, and beads alone not used as
SUPPLEMENTARY or REINFORCED INSULATION
No such materials used for
insulation.
N/A
Insulating material with embedded heating
conductors considered as one MEANS OF
PROTECTION but not two MEANS OF PROTECTION
--
N/A
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted version.
Rubber not used for
Parts of natural latex rubber aged by
insulation.
suspending samples freely in an oxygen
cylinder containing commercial oxygen to a
pressure of 2.1 MPa ± 70 kPa, with an effective
capacity of at least 10 times volume of samples
There were no cracks visible to naked eyes
after samples kept in cylinder at 70 °C ± 2 °C
for 96h, and afterwards, left at room
temperature for at least 16h
--
N/A
N/A
8.9
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES
8.9.1.1
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES are ≥
to values in Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive), except
as specified in Clauses 8.9.1.2 to 8.9.1.15
--
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Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive) not applied to
--
N/A
8.9.1.2
P
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES forming MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION per IEC 60950-1 for
INSULATION CO-ORDINATION and used under
conditions compliance was tested
8.9.1.3
Specified min CLEARANCE applied as min
CREEPAGE for CREEPAGE DISTANCES across
No such insulation material
glass, provided.
mica, ceramic and other inorganic insulating
materials with similar tracking characteristics
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N/A
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8.9.1.4
When min CREEPAGE derived from Tables 11 to
16 (inclusive) was less than min applicable
CLEARANCE, value of min CLEARANCE applied as
min CREEPAGE DISTANCE
Considered.
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8.9.1.5
ME EQUIPMENT RATED to operate at an altitude of
2000 m
EUT was evaluated for use
up to 2000 meters.
P
ME EQUIPMENT RATED to operate at an altitude
specified by MANUFACTURER (m) ........................ :
--
N/A
Operating altitude corresponding to actual air -pressure for ME EQUIPMENT intended for
pressurized environments (e.g., aircraft) used
to determine multiplication factor from Table 8,
and AIR CLEARANCE was multiplied by this factor
N/A
CREEPAGE DISTANCES not subjected to
multiplication factors, but were at least as
large as the resulting value for AIR CLEARANCE
--
N/A
When WORKING VOLTAGE was between those in
Tables 11 to 16 (inclusive), CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES calculated as follows:
--
P
– CREEPAGE DISTANCES determined by linear
interpolation between the nearest two values,
and the calculated spacing rounded off to the
next higher 0.1 mm increment (mm) ................ :
See Insulation
Diagram/Table.
P
– CLEARANCES for PEAK WORKING VOLTAGES above
2800 V peak or d.c. determined by linear
interpolation between the nearest two values,
and the calculated spacing rounded off to the
next higher 0.1 mm increment (mm) ................ :
See Insulation
Diagram/Table.
– for AIR CLEARANCES corresponding to PEAK
WORKING VOLTAGE up to 2800 V peak or d.c., the
higher of the two values applied
No such voltages obtained
during normal use of the
equipment.
Material groups classified in accordance with
Table 9 (Material Group).................................... :
See Insulation
Diagram/Table.
Material group evaluated using 50 drops of
solution A based on test data for material
according to IEC 60112 ..................................... :
See attached test data.
Material of unknown group considered IIIb
--
8.9.1.6
8.9.1.7
8.9.1.8
Result - Remark
Considered.
N/A
No such voltages obtained
during normal use of the
equipment.
– Pollution degree 1: Micro-environment sealed -to exclude dust and moisture
– Pollution degree 2: Micro-environment with
non-conductive pollution, except occasional
conductivity caused by condensation
EUT was evaluated for use
within pollution degree 2
environmental.
– Pollution degree 3: Micro-environment
subject to conductive pollution, or dry nonconductive pollution that could become
conductive due to expected condensation
--
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Verdict
N/A
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N/A
P
N/A
P
N/A
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– Pollution degree 4: Micro-environment where -continuous conductivity occurs due to
conductive dust, rain, or other wet conditions
N/A
--
N/A
Where insulation between MAINS PART and earth -might be compromised, measures such as
maintenance ensure that micro-environment is
mitigated to a lower pollution degree
N/A
Pollution degree 4 not used for insulation
providing a MEANS OF PROTECTION
8.9.1.9
Result - Remark
Overvoltage category classification; value of
from
overvoltage category per IEC60664-1 and
NOMINAL a.c. MAINS VOLTAGE using Table 10
--
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V MT Peak (V) ...................................................... :
2.500
—
V MN r.m.s (V) ...................................................... :
300
—
8.9.1.10
AIR CLEARANCE for MAINS PARTS (operating on
RATED MAINS VOLTAGES up to 300 V) were values
for r.m.s. or d.c. RATED MAINS VOLTAGE in Table
13 plus additional CLEARANCE in Table 14 for
PEAK WORKING VOLTAGE
Considered.
P
8.9.1.11
SUPPLY MAINS overvoltage category II applied
according to IEC 60664-1
--
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MAINS TRANSIENT VOLTAGE determined
8.9.1.12
-For ME EQUIPMENT intended for overvoltage
category III, Tables 13 to 15 (inclusive) not
used for clearance, instead values in the next
MAINS TRANSIENT VOLTAGE column upwards used
N/A
When PATIENT protection (Table 12) is required No applied parts provided.
for use of ME EQUIPMENT on overvoltage
category III SUPPLY MAINS, guidance provided on
values required in the rationale for Cl. 8.9 used
N/A
A SECONDARY CIRCUIT derived from a SUPPLY
MAINS, normally, considered to be overvoltage
category I according to IEC 60664-1 when the
MAINS PART is overvoltage category II (Table 15)
--
N/A
Table 15 applied to earthed SECONDARY CIRCUIT
or INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
--
N/A
Requirements for primary circuits in Tables 13
and 14 used for an unearthed SECONDARY
CIRCUIT derived from a SUPPLY MAINS
--
N/A
Table 15 applied when SECONDARY CIRCUIT was
separated from MAINS PART by a functionally
earthed or PROTECTIVELY EARTHED metal screen
or transients in SECONDARY CIRCUIT were below
the levels expected for overvoltage category I
--
N/A
Table 15 column for circuits not subject to
transient overvoltages applied to:
--
N/A
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Verdict
– d.c. SECONDARY CIRCUITS reliably connected to -earth and have capacitive filtering limiting
peak-to-peak ripple to 10 % of d.c. voltage, and
N/A
– circuits in INTERNALLY POWERED ME EQUIPMENT
EUT is not internally
powered equipment.
N/A
For PEAK WORKING VOLTAGES above 1400 V peak
or d.c. Table 15 not applied since all the
following conditions were met:
No such voltages under
normal use of the
equipment.
N/A
– CLEARANCE was at least 5 mm
--
N/A
– insulation complied with dielectric strength
test of 8.8.3 using an a.c. test voltage with an
r.m.s. value equal to 1.06 times PEAK WORKING
VOLTAGE, or
--
N/A
– a d.c. test voltage equal to peak value of a.c.
test voltage with an r.m.s. value equal to 1.06
times PEAK WORKING VOLTAGE, and
--
N/A
– CLEARANCE path was partly or entirely through -air or along the surface of an insulating
material of material group I
N/A
Dielectric strength test conducted only across
part(s) of the path that are through air when
CLEARANCE path was also partly along surface
of a non- group I material
--
N/A
Minimum CREEPAGE DISTANCES for two MEANS OF
OPERATOR PROTECTION obtained by doubling
values in Table 16 for one MEANS OF OPERATOR
Considered.
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PROTECTION
8.9.1.15
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES for
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS are 4 mm
No applied parts provided.
N/A
See appended Table 8.9.2
N/A
or
more to meet 8.5.5.1
8.9.2
a) Short circuiting of each single one of
CREEPAGE DISTANCES and CLEARANCES in turn did
not result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION for
insulation in MAINS PART between parts of
opposite polarity, therefore, min CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES not applied ......................................:
Sufficient creepage and
clearance distances
provided between parts of
opposite polarity before
mains fuses.
Short circuit performed after
primary fuses.
No hazardous situation.
b) Contribution to CREEPAGE DISTANCES of
grooves or air gaps less than 1 mm wide
limited to widths
Considered.
c) Relative positioning of CLEARANCE providing -a MEANS OF PROTECTION is such that the relevant
parts are rigid and located by molding, or there
is no reduction of a distance below specified
value by deformation or movement of parts
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Normal or likely limited movements of relevant -parts taken into consideration when
calculating minimum AIR CLEARANCE
N/A
8.9.3
Spaces filled by insulating compound
N/A
8.9.3.1
No parts filled with
Only solid insulation requirements applied
insulation compounds.
where distances between conductive parts
filled with insulating compound were such that
There are only approved
CLEARANCES and CREEPAGE DISTANCES don’t exist
optocoupler connected
between primary and
secondary circuit.
N/A
See list of critical
components.
8.9.3.2
Thermal cycling, humidity preconditioning, and -dielectric strength tests in 8.9.3.2 and 8.9.3.4 or
8.9.3.3 and 8.9.3.4 conducted
N/A
See appended Table 8.9.3.2
For insulating compound forming solid
insulation between conductive parts, a single
sample subjected to thermal cycling
PROCEDURE of 8.9.3.4 followed by humidity
preconditioning per 5.7 (for 48 hours), followed
by dielectric strength test (clause 8.8.3), test
voltage multiplied by 1.6 .................................... :
N/A
--
N/A
Where insulating compound forms a cemented -joint with other insulating parts, three samples
tested for reliability of joint
N/A
--
N/A
Cracks or voids in insulating compound
affecting homogeneity of material didn’t occur
8.9.3.3
A winding of solvent-based enamelled wire
replaced for the test by a metal foil or by a few
turns of bare wire placed close to cemented
joint, and three samples tested as follows:
See appended Table 8.9.3.4
– One sample subjected to thermal cycling
8.9.3.4, and immediately after the
last period at highest temperature during
thermal cycling, it was subjected to dielectric
strength test of 8.8.3 except at 1.6 times the
test voltage ......................................................... :
N/A
– The other two samples subjected to humidity -preconditioning of 5.7, except for 48 hours only
followed by a dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 at
1.6 times the test voltage
N/A
8.9.3.4
See appended Table 8.9.3.4
One sample containing the cemented joint
subjected to a sequence of temperature
cycling tests for 10 times................................... :
N/A
8.10
Components and wiring
PROCEDURE of
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8.10.1
Components of ME EQUIPMENT likely to result in See Appended RM Results
an unacceptable RISK by their movements
Table 8.10.1
mounted securely as indicated in RISK
Glue used for fixing of some
MANAGEMENT FILE ..................................................:
components to prevent
movement (reduction of
creepage and clearance
distances).
Verdict
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All other components
mounted securely.
Unwanted movement of
single component not result
unacceptable risk.
See enclosed pictures of the
unit for details.
8.10.2
Conductors and connectors of ME EQUIPMENT
See Appended RM Results
Table 8.10.2
adequately secured or insulated to prevent
accidental detachment in a HAZARDOUS
Output cable is provided
SITUATION ..............................................................:
with cord anchorage to
prevent displacement of the
secondary wires in case of
accidental displacement.
P
Through the hole method
used in additionally to
soldering for fixing internal
protective earth conductor.
Conductor of output cable.
Conductors and connectors of ME EQUIPMENT
when breaking free at their joint are not
capable of touching circuit points resulting in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION as indicated in RISK
P
MANAGEMENT FILE
Breaking free of one means of mechanical
restraint considered a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
Considered.
Stranded conductors are not solder-coated
when secured by clamping means to prevent
HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS due to poor contact
--
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N/A
8.10.3
Flexible cords detachable without a TOOL used See Appended Table 5.9.2
to interconnect different parts of ME EQUIPMENT
No such flexible cords
provided with means for connection to comply
provided.
with requirements for metal ACCESSIBLE PARTS
of 8.4 when a connection is loosened or broken
as shown by measurement or using test finger
N/A
8.10.4
Cord-connected HAND-HELD parts and cord-connected foot-operated control
devices
N/A
8.10.4.1
Control devices of ME EQUIPMENT and their
connection cords contain only conductors and
components operating at 42.4 V peak a.c., max,
or 60 V d.c. in circuits isolated from MAINS PART
by two MEANS OF PROTECTION
N/A
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EUT is not cord-connected
hand-held parts and cordconnected foot-operated
control devices.
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--
N/A
42.4 V peak limit applied when ripple exceeded -10 % peak-to-peak limit
N/A
Connection and anchorage of a flexible cord to -a HAND-HELD or foot-operated control device of
ME EQUIPMENT at both ends of cable to control
device complied with 8.11.3 when breaking free
or shorting between conductors could result in
a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N/A
--
N/A
d.c. limit of 60 V applied to d.c. with no more
than 10 % peak-to-peak ripple
8.10.4.2
Result - Remark
This requirement applied to other HAND-HELD
parts when disturbance or breaking of one or
more of connections could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
8.10.5
Mechanical protection of wiring
N/A
a) Internal cables and wiring adequately
See Appended RM Results
protected against contact with a moving part or Table 8.10.5
from friction at sharp corners and edges where
No moving parts provided.
damage to insulation could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION ........................................... :
N/A
-b) Wiring, cord forms, or components are not
likely to be damaged during assembly or
during opening or closing of ACCESS COVERS
where such damage could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION as shown by manual tests
and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N/A
8.10.6
-Guiding rollers of insulated conductors
prevent bending of movable insulated
conductors around a radius of less than five
times the outer diameter of the lead concerned
in NORMAL USE
N/A
8.10.7
a) Insulating sleeve that can only be removed
by breaking or cutting, or secured at both
ends, is used on internal wiring of when
needed ................................................................ :
See appended Table 8.10
b) Sheath of a flexible cord not used as a
--
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
N/A
No insulation sleeve used.
MEANS OF PROTECTION inside ME EQUIPMENT when
it is subject to mechanical or thermal stresses
beyond its RATED characteristics
c) Insulated conductors subject to
temperatures > 70 °C in NORMAL USE provided
with insulation of heat-resistant material when
compliance is likely to be impaired due to
deterioration of insulation ................................. :
8.11
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No such high temperature
rises obtained during
normal use of the
equipment.
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8.11.1
See appended Table 8.10
a) ME EQUIPMENT provided with means of
electrically isolating its circuits from SUPPLY
- Desk-top power supply
MAINS simultaneously on all poles.....................:
unit: appliance coupler is
considered as
disconnecting device.
Verdict
P
- Open-frame, PCB mounted
power supply unit: end
product consideration.
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT connected EUT is not permanently
to a poly-phase SUPPLY MAINS equipped with a
installed equipment.
device not interrupting neutral conductor,
provided local installation conditions prevent
voltage on neutral conductor from exceeding
limits in 8.4.2 c)
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
b) Means of isolation incorporated in ME
EQUIPMENT, and external means described in
technical description .........................................:
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
c) A SUPPLY MAINS switch used to comply with
8.11.1 a) complies with CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES in IEC 61058-1 for a MAINS
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE of 4 kV ..................................:
N/A
--
N/A
-e) Direction of movement of actuator of a
used to comply with 8.11.1
a) complies with IEC 60447
N/A
d) A SUPPLY MAINS switch not incorporated in
POWER SUPPLY CORD or external flexible lead
a
SUPPLY MAINS switch
f) A suitable plug device such as an APPLIANCE
COUPLER or a flexible cord with a MAINS PLUG
used in non-PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME
EQUIPMENT to isolate it from SUPPLY MAINS
considered to comply with 8.11.1 a) ................:
See appended Table 8.10
P
- Desk-top power supply
unit: appliance coupler is
considered as
disconnecting device.
- Open-frame, PCB mounted
power supply unit: end
product consideration.
g) A fuse or a semiconductor device not used
as an isolating means
--
N/A
h) ME EQUIPMENT not provided with a device
causing disconnection of ME EQUIPMENT from
SUPPLY MAINS by producing a short circuit
resulting in operation of an overcurrent
protection device
--
P
i) Parts within ENCLOSURE of ME EQUIPMENT with a No such parts.
circuit > 42.4 V peak a.c. or 60 V d.c. that
cannot be disconnected from its supply by an
external switch or a plug device accessible at
all times is protected against touch even after
opening ENCLOSURE by an additional covering
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Verdict
A clear warning notice is marked on outside of -indicate it exceeds allowable
touch voltage (symbol 10 of Table D.1 is
insufficient)
N/A
For a part that could not be disconnected from -supply by an external switch or a plug device
accessible at all times, the required cover or
warning notice complied with this clause
N/A
Standard test finger of Fig 6 applied
--
N/A
8.11.2
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS integral with ME
EQUIPMENT complied with 16.2 d), second dash;
and 16.9.2
No multiple-socket outlet
provided.
N/A
8.11.3
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
N/A
8.11.3.1
M AINS PLUG not fitted with more than one POWER Power supply cord not part
SUPPLY CORD
of the investigation (relevant
to desk-top power supply
unit).
N/A
8.11.3.2
See appended Table 8.10
POWER SUPPLY CORDS are no less robust than
ordinary tough rubber sheathed flexible cord
(IEC 60245-1:2003, Annex A, designation 53) or
ordinary polyvinyl chloride sheathed flexible
cord (IEC 60227-1:1993, Annex A, design. 53).. :
N/A
Only polyvinyl chloride insulated POWER SUPPLY See appended Table 8.10
CORD with appropriate temperature rating used
for ME EQUIPMENT having external metal parts
with a temperature > 75 °C touchable by the
cord in NORMAL USE .............................................. :
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT to
8.11.3.3
NOMINAL cross-sectional area of conductors of
POWER SUPPLY CORDS of ME EQUIPMENT is not less
--
N/A
2
than in Table 17 (mm Cu)................................. :
8.11.3.4
APPLIANCE COUPLERS complying with IEC 60320- See appended Table 8.10
1 are considered to comply with 8.11.3.5 and
8.11.3.6 .................................................................. :
N/A
8.11.3.5
Cord anchorage (for APPLIANCE COUPLERS not complying with IEC 60320-1)
N/A
a) Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD provided Approved appliance inlet
with strain relieve and insulation protected
provided (relevant for deskfrom abrasion at point of entry to ME EQUIPMENT top power supply unit).
or a MAINS CONNECTOR by a cord anchorage
N/A
-b) Cord anchorage of POWER SUPPLY CORD is
made of and arranged as follows when a total
insulation failure of POWER SUPPLY CORD caused
conductive non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
ACCESSIBLE PARTS to exceed limits of 8.4:
N/A
– insulating material, or
--
N/A
– metal, insulated from conductive ACCESSIBLE
PARTS non-PROTECTIVELY EARTHED by a MEANS OF
PROTECTION, or
--
N/A
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Verdict
-– metal provided with an insulating lining
affixed to cord anchorage, except when it is a
flexible bushing forming part of the cord guard
in 8.11.3.6, and complying with the
requirements for one MEANS OF PROTECTION
N/A
c) Cord anchorage prevents cord from being
clamped by a screw bearing directly on cord
insulation
--
N/A
d) Screws to be operated when replacing
not serve to secure any
components other than parts of cord
anchorage
--
N/A
e) Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD arranged -to prevent PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR against
strain as long as phase conductors are in
contact with their terminals when cord
anchorage fails
N/A
f) Cord anchorage prevents POWER SUPPLY CORD -from being pushed into ME EQUIPMENT or MAINS
N/A
POWER SUPPLY CORD do
CONNECTOR
See appended Table 8.11.3.5
N/A
--
N/A
-Cord anchorage did not allow cord sheath to
be longitudinally displaced by more than 2 mm
or conductor ends to move over a distance of
more than 1 mm from their connected position
N/A
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES not reduced below
limits in 8.9
--
N/A
It was not possible to push the cord into ME
EQUIPMENT or MAINS CONNECTOR to an extent the
cord or internal parts would be damaged
--
N/A
POWER SUPPLY CORDS other than for STATIONARY
ME EQUIPMENT protected against excessive
bending at inlet opening of equipment or of
MAINS CONNECTOR by means of an insulating
cord guard or by means of an appropriately
shaped opening
Power supply cord not part
of the investigation.
N/A
Cord guard complied with test of IEC 603351:2001, Clause 25.14, or
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT placed such that axis of cord
guard projected at an angle of 45° with cord
2
free from stress, and a mass equal 10 x D
gram attached to the free end of cord (g).......:
See appended Table 8.11.3.6
N/A
Conductors of POWER SUPPLY CORD supplied by
MANUFACTURER disconnected from terminals or
from MAINS CONNECTOR and cord subjected 25
times to a pull applied with no jerks, each time
for 1 s, on sheath of the value in Table 18 .......:
Cord subjected to a torque in Table 18 for 1
min immediately after pull tests
8.11.3.6
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Verdict
-Cord guard of temperature-sensitive material
tested at 23 °C ± 2 °C, and flat cords bent in the
plane of least resistance
N/A
Curvature of the cord radius, immediately after See appended Table 8.11.3.6
mass attached, was not less than 1.5 x D ...... :
N/A
8.11.4
M AINS TERMINAL DEVICES
N/A
8.11.4.1
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED and ME EQUIPMENT with
non-DETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD
replaceable by SERVICE PERSONNEL provided
with MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES ensuring reliable
connection
--
N/A
-Terminals alone are not used to keep
conductors in position, except when barriers
are provided such that CREEPAGE and
CLEARANCES cannot be reduced below 8.9 if any
conductor breaks away
N/A
--
N/A
Screws and nuts clamping external conductors -do not serve to secure any other component,
except they also clamp internal conductors
when unlikely to be displaced when fitting the
supply conductors
N/A
Arrangement of MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES
N/A
-a) Terminals provided for connection of
external cords or POWER SUPPLY CORDS together
with PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINAL grouped to
provide convenient means of connection
N/A
b) PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR connections
complied with 8.6
--
N/A
c) Marking of MAINS TERMINAL DEVICES complied
with 7.3
--
N/A
d) M AINS TERMINAL DEVICES not accessible
without use of a TOOL
--
N/A
e) A MEANS OF PROTECTION are not short
circuited when one end of a flexible conductor
with NOMINAL cross-sectional area is stripped 8
mm and a single free wire is bent in each
possible direction
--
N/A
Internal wiring not subjected to stress and
reduced below
8.9 after fastening and loosening a conductor
of largest cross-sectional area 10 times
--
N/A
Terminals of components other than terminal
blocks complying with requirements of this
Clause and marked according to 7.3.7 used as
terminals intended for external conductors
8.11.4.2
8.11.4.3
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES not
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8.11.4.4
Terminals with clamping means for a rewirable -flexible cord did not require special
preparation of conductors and conductors
were not damaged and did not slip out when
clamping means tightened as verified by test
of 8.11.3.4
N/A
8.11.4.5
Adequate space provided inside ME EQUIPMENT -designed for FIXED wiring or a re-wirable POWER
SUPPLY CORD to allow for connection of
conductors, and covers fitted without damage
to conductors or their insulation
N/A
--
N/A
Correct connection and positioning of
conductors before ACCESS COVER was fitted
verified by an installation test
8.11.5
Result - Remark
Mains fuses and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
P
A fuse or OVER-CURRENT RELEASE provided in
each supply lead for CLASS I and CLASS II ME
EQUIPMENT with a functional earth connection
per clause 8.6.9, and in at least one supply lead
for other single-phase CLASS II ME EQUIPMENT ....:
See appended Table 8.10
and Appended RM Results
Table 8.11.5
– neutral conductor not fused for PERMANENTLY
Not permanently installed
equipment.
INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT
Verdict
P
Primary fuses incorporated
in both supply leads (F1, F2).
N/A
– fuses or OVER-CURRENT RELEASES omitted due -to provision of two MEANS OF PROTECTION
between all parts of opposite polarity within
MAINS PART, and between all parts of MAINS PART
and earth, and such provisions continued
within all components
N/A
--
N/A
Effect of short-circuit fault conditions in other
circuits taken into consideration before
eliminating fuses or OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
See appended Table 8.10
Protective devices have adequate breaking
capacity to interrupt the maximum fault current
including the available short-circuit ................:
P
A fuse or OVER-CURRENT RELEASE not provided
in a PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
Not fused.
P
Fuses complying with IEC 60127 have high
breaking capacity (1 500 A) and prospective
short-circuit current > 35 A or 10 times current
rating of the fuse, whichever is greater
Primary fuse operated
during single fault condition
without safety hazard
occurs.
P
Justification for omission of fuses or OVERin RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
--
N/A
CURRENT RELEASES is
8.11.6
Internal wiring of the MAINS PART
a) Cross-sectional area of internal wiring in a
MAINS PART between MAINS TERMINAL DEVICE and
protective devices is not less than minimum
required for POWER SUPPLY CORD as in clause
2
8.11.3.3 (mm Cu) ............................................... :
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P
No internal wiring in a mains
part provided.
Only PCB tracks provided.
N/A
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b) Cross-sectional area of other wiring in MAINS See appended Table 8.10
PART and sizes of tracks on printed wiring
PCB tracks provided.
circuits sufficient to prevent fire in case of fault
currents................................................................ :
When necessary, ME EQUIPMENT connected to a
with max available short-circuit
fault, and subsequent simulation of a fault in a
single insulation in MAINS PART did not result in
any of the HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS in 13.1.2
--
Verdict
P
N/A
SUPPLY MAINS
9
PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS OF ME EQUIPMENT AND
ME SYSTEMS
9.1
ME EQUIPMENT complies with Clause 4 for
design and manufacture, and mechanical
strength (15.3)
9.2
HAZARDS associated with moving parts
9.2.1
When ME EQUIPMENT with moving parts
PROPERLY INSTALLED, used per ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS or under foreseeable misuse, RISKS
associated with moving parts reduced to an
acceptable level...................................................:
--
P
P
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.2.1
N/A
No moving parts provided.
RISK from contact with moving parts reduced
to an acceptable level using protective
measures, (access, function, shape of parts,
energy, speed of motion, and benefits to
PATIENT considered)
--
N/A
RESIDUAL RISK associated with moving parts
considered acceptable when exposure was
needed for ME EQUIPMENT to perform its
function
--
N/A
Warnings marked on ME EQUIPMENT or included See provided Marking Labels
in instructions for use when HAZARDS persisted
after implementing all reasonable protective
measures..............................................................:
N/A
9.2.2
TRAPPING ZONE
N/A
9.2.2.1
ME EQUIPMENT with a TRAPPING ZONE complied
with one or more of the following as feasible:
EUT is medical power supply
unit.
N/A
No trapping zones.
– Gaps in Clause 9.2.2.2, or
--
N/A
– Safe distances in Clause 9.2.2.3, or
--
N/A
– GUARDS and protective measures in 9.2.2.4,
or
--
N/A
– Continuous activation in Clause 9.2.2.5
--
N/A
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9.2.2.3
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Control of relevant motion complied with
9.2.2.6 when implementation of above
protective measures were inconsistent with
INTENDED USE of ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD when gaps of TRAPPING
ZONE complied with dimensions per Table 20
See appended Table 9.2.2.2
N/A
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD when distances separating
OPERATOR, PATIENT, and others from TRAPPING
ZONES exceeded values in ISO 13852 ...............:
See appended Table 9.2.2.2
N/A
Distances measured from expected positions
of OPERATOR, PATIENT, and others near
EQUIPMENT in NORMAL USE or under foreseeable
misuse
--
N/A
9.2.2.4
GUARDS and protective measures
9.2.2.4.1
A TRAPPING ZONE considered not to present
MECHANICAL HAZARD when GUARDS and
Verdict
.:
N/A
a
See Appended Table 15.3
N/A
protective measures were of robust
construction, not easy to bypass or render
non-operational, and did not introduce
additional unacceptable RISK based on results
of applicable tests in 15.3 for ENCLOSURES ....... :
9.2.2.4.2
FIXED GUARDS held in place by systems that
cannot be dismantled without a TOOL
--
N/A
9.2.2.4.3
Movable GUARDS that can be opened without a
TOOL remained attached when GUARD was open
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.2.2.4.3
N/A
-– they are associated with an interlock
preventing relevant moving parts from starting
to move while TRAPPING ZONE is accessible, and
stops movement when the GUARD is opened,
N/A
– absence or failure of one of their
components prevents starting, and stops
moving parts
--
N/A
Movable GUARDS complied with all applicable
tests as confirmed by review of RISK
--
N/A
MANAGEMENT FILE
9.2.2.4.4
Protective measures provided in control
See Appended RM Results
system prevented moving parts from starting Table 9.2.2.4.4
to move while in reach of persons ................... :
N/A
-– protective measures prevented TRAPPING
ZONE from reach, or, when it was reached,
system movement stopped once ME EQUIPMENT
started to move, and in the latter case, no
HAZARD or damage resulted
N/A
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9.2.2.6
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
– when protective measure was in a SINGLE
FAULT CONDITION, and an unacceptable RISK
could arise, one or more emergency stopping
device(s) provided
--
N/A
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE reviewed and all
conditions confirmed
--
N/A
Continuous activation
Verdict
N/A
TRAPPING ZONE not considered to present a
MECHANICAL HAZARD where impractical to make
TRAPPING ZONE inaccessible when:
--
N/A
a) movement was in OPERATOR’S field of view
--
N/A
b) movement of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts was
possible only by continuous activation of
control by OPERATOR as long as OPERATOR
response to deactivate device relied upon to
prevent HARM
--
N/A
Manually operated movements complied with
this clause since mass and velocity allowed
adequate control of positioning without
causing an unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
c) when in a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of
See Appended RM Results
continuous activation system an unacceptable Table 9.2.2.5 c)
RISK could arise, one or more emergency
stopping device(s) provided in ME EQUIPMENT ..:
N/A
Speed of movement(s) positioning parts of ME See Appended RM Results
EQUIPMENT or PATIENT, when contact with ME
Table 9.2.2.6
EQUIPMENT could result in a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION, limited to allow OPERATOR control of
positioning without resulting in an
unacceptable RISK ...............................................:
N/A
Over travel (stopping distance) of such
movement occurring after operation of a
control to stop movement, did not result in an
unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
9.2.3
Other HAZARDS associated with moving parts
N/A
9.2.3.1
Controls positioned, recessed, or protected by No moving parts.
other means and could not be accidentally
actuated to result in unacceptable RISK, except
when ergonomic considerations for a PATIENT
with special needs require otherwise
N/A
9.2.3.2
RISK due to over travel (past range limits) of
ME EQUIPMENT parts reduced to an acceptable
N/A
level, and stops or other means with
mechanical strength to withstand intended
loading in NORMAL USE and foreseeable misuse
provided limiting measure in NORMAL and
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION ........................................:
9.2.4
Emergency stopping devices
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See appended Table 8.10 and
Appended RM Results Table
9.2.3.2
N/A
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Where necessary to have one or more
emergency stopping device(s), emergency
stopping device complied with all the
following, except for actuating switch capable
of interrupting all power .................................... :
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.2.4
N/A
No emergency stopping
device provided.
a) Emergency stopping device reduced RISK to -an acceptable level
N/A
b) Proximity and response of OPERATOR to
actuate emergency stopping device could be
relied upon to prevent HARM
--
N/A
c) Emergency stopping device actuator was
readily accessible to OPERATOR
--
N/A
d) Emergency stopping device(s) are not part
of normal operation of ME EQUIPMENT
--
N/A
e) Emergency switching operation or stopping -means neither introduced further HAZARD nor
interfered with operation necessary to remove
original HAZARD
N/A
f) Emergency stopping device was able to
break full load of relevant circuit, including
possible stalled motor currents and the like
--
N/A
g) Means for stopping of movements operate
as a result of one single action
--
N/A
h) Emergency stopping device provided with
an actuator in red and easily distinguishable
and identifiable from other controls
--
N/A
i) An actuator interrupting/opening mechanical -movements marked on or immediately
adjacent to face of actuator with symbol 18 of
Table D.1 (symbol IEC 60417-5638, DB:200210) or “STOP”
N/A
j) Emergency stopping device, once actuated, -maintained ME EQUIPMENT in disabled condition
until a deliberate action, different from that
used to actuate it, was performed
N/A
--
N/A
k) Emergency stopping device is suitable for
its application
9.2.5
Verdict
Means provided to permit quick and safe
See Appended RM Results
release of PATIENT in event of breakdown of ME Table 9.2.5
EQUIPMENT or failure of power supply,
activation of a protective measure, or
emergency stopping, and
N/A
– Uncontrolled or unintended movement of ME -EQUIPMENT that could result in an unacceptable
RISK prevented
N/A
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
-– Situations where PATIENT is subjected to
unacceptable RISKS due to proximity of moving
parts, removal of normal exit routes, or other
HAZARDS prevented
N/A
– Measures provided to reduce RISK to an
acceptable level when after removal of
counterbalanced parts, other parts of ME
EQUIPMENT can move in a hazardous way
--
N/A
Rough surfaces, sharp corners and edges of
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.3
ME EQUIPMENT that could result in an
unacceptable RISK avoided or covered
............:
9.4
Instability HAZARDS
9.4.1
ME EQUIPMENT, other than FIXED and hand-held,
for placement on a surface did not
overbalance (tip over) or move unexpectedly,
to the degree that it could present an
unacceptable RISK to PATIENT, or OPERATOR as
tested in 9.4.2 to 9.4.4
9.4.2
Instability – overbalance
9.4.2.1
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts did not overbalance
when prepared per ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS,
or when not specified, as in 9.4.2.2, and placed
on a 10° inclined plane from horizontal
consisting of a hard and flat surface (e.g.,
concrete floor covered with 2 to 4 mm thick
vinyl material) ......................................................:
9.4.2.2
P
No rough surfaces, no sharp
corners and no sharp edges.
P
Applicable for desk-top
version.
P
Not overbalanced when tilted
through an angel of 10°.
P
See Appended Table 9.4.2.1
P
Applicable for desk-top
version.
Not overbalanced when tilted
through an angel of 10°.
Instability excluding transport
ME EQUIPMENT or its parts prepared based on
a) to g), inclusive, did not overbalance when
placed in different positions of NORMAL USE,
except transport positions, on a 5° inclined
plane from horizontal (hard and flat surface)
9.4.2.3
Verdict
N/A
See Appended Table 9.4.2.2
N/A
-A warning provided, stating “Transport only
under conditions described in instructions for
use or marked on ME EQUIPMENT with an
indication of RESIDUAL RISK if ME EQUIPMENT or
its parts overbalances” when overbalance
occurred during 10° inclined plane test
N/A
Instability from horizontal and vertical forces
N/A
a) ME EQUIPMENT with a mass of 25 kg or more,
other than FIXED ME EQUIPMENT for use on floor,
did not overbalance due to pushing or resting
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25 kg.
N/A
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Surfaces of ME EQUIPMENT where a RISK of
overbalancing exists from pushing, leaning,
resting etc., permanently marked with a
CLEARLY LEGIBLE warning of the RISK (e.g.,
safety sign 5 of Table D.2, safety sign ISO
7010-P017)
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT did not overbalance when
placed on a horizontal plane, and a force of
25% of its weight, but not more than 220 N,
applied in different directions, except a
direction with an upward component
--
N/A
-b) ME EQUIPMENT, other than FIXED ME
EQUIPMENT, for use on the floor or on a table,
did not overbalance due to sitting or stepping,
except when a legible warning of this RISK
provided on ME EQUIPMENT (e.g., safety signs 6
and 7 of Table D.2, safety signs ISO 7010P018, or ISO 7010-P019 as appropriate)
N/A
See Appended Table 9.4.2.3
ME EQUIPMENT did not overbalance when
placed on a horizontal plane, and a constant
force of 800 N applied at the point of maximum
moment to working surfaces, offering an
foothold or sitting surface of a min 20 x 20 cm
area, and at a height ≤ 1 m from the floor ....... :
N/A
9.4.2.4
Castors and wheels
N/A
9.4.2.4.1
Means used for transportation of MOBILE ME
EQUIPMENT (e.g., castors or wheels) did not
result in an unacceptable RISK when MOBILE ME
EQUIPMENT moved or parked in NORMAL USE
No castors and wheels
provided.
Verdict
N/A
Not mobile equipment.
9.4.2.4.2
See Appended Table 9.4.2.4.2
Force required to move MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT
along a hard and flat horizontal surface did
not exceed 200 N applied at a height of 1 m
above floor or highest point on ME EQUIPMENT
when < 1 m high, except when instructions
indicated more than one person needed (N) ... :
N/A
9.4.2.4.3
See Appended Table 9.4.2.4.3
MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT exceeding 45 kg
configured with a SAFE WORKING LOAD, moved
10 times in forward direction over a solid
vertical plane obstruction with wheels
impacting the obstruction at a speed of 0.4
m/s ± 0.1 m/s for manual or with max speed for
motor driven MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT .................... :
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT went up the obstruction without See Appended RM Results
overbalancing or any other unacceptable RISK Table 9.4.2.3
as determined by examination of RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE, ME EQUIPMENT and its parts... :
N/A
There was no reduction of CREEPAGE and
8.9, no access to parts
exceeding limits in 8.4, and no access to
moving parts capable of causing HARM, and
CLEARANCES below
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– Assessment criteria in Clause 9 and 11.6
used
--
N/A
– Dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 conducted to -evaluate integrity of solid SUPPLEMENTARY or
N/A
REINFORCED INSULATION
--
N/A
Small chips not adversely affecting protection -against electric shock or moisture,
disregarded
N/A
9.4.3
Instability from unwanted lateral movement (including sliding)
N/A
9.4.3.1
a) Brakes of power-driven MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT -normally activated and could only be released
by continuous actuation of a control
N/A
--
N/A
-c) No unacceptable RISK due to unwanted
lateral movement resulted when MOBILE ME
EQUIPMENT placed in its transport position or
worst case NORMAL USE position with SAFE
WORKING LOAD, and locking device activated,
on a 10° inclined hard flat surface with castors
in the worst-case position
N/A
Following initial elastic movement, creepage, See Appended Table 9.4.3.1
and pivoting of castors, no further movement
of MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT > 50 mm (in relation to
inclined plane) occurred (mm)..........................:
N/A
– CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR CLEARANCES
measured compared favourably with min
distances in clause 8.9
b) MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT provided with locking
means to prevent unwanted movements of ME
EQUIPMENT or its parts in transport position
RISK due to any initial movement assessed
taking into consideration NORMAL USE of ME
--
N/A
EQUIPMENT
9.4.3.2
Instability excluding transport
N/A
See Appended Table 9.4.3.2
a) Further movement of ME EQUIPMENT (after
initial elastic movement) was less than 50 mm
when MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT with a SAFE WORKING
LOAD positioned on a 5°
° inclined hard flat
surface with wheel locked or braking system
activated (mm) ....................................................:
N/A
RISK due to initial movements assessed taking -into consideration NORMAL USE of ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
--
N/A
b) TRANSPORTABLE or STATIONARY ME EQUIPMENT
for use on the floor and with a SAFE WORKING
LOAD prepared as in 9.4.2.2 and placed on a
horizontal plane with locking device activated
and castors, when supplied, in their worst –
case position
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Further movement of ME EQUIPMENT (after initial See Appended Table 9.4.3.2
elastic movement), was no more than 50 mm
when a force of 25 % of weight of unit, but less
than 220 N, applied in different directions,
except a direction with an upwards
component, at highest point of ME EQUIPMENT
but ≤ 1.5 m from floor.........................................:
N/A
RISK due to initial movements assessed taking -into consideration NORMAL USE of ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
Grips and other handling devices
N/A
a) ME EQUIPMENT other than PORTABLE
No grips and other handling
EQUIPMENT or its part with a mass of over 20 kg devices provided.
requiring lifting in NORMAL USE or transport
provided with suitable handling means, or
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS specify safe lifting
method, except when handling is obvious and
causing HAZARDS
N/A
-Handles, when supplied, suitably placed to
enable ME EQUIPMENT or its part to be carried by
two or more persons and by examination of
EQUIPMENT, its part, or ACCOMPANYING
N/A
DOCUMENTS
b) PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT with a mass > 20 kg -provided with one or more carrying-handles
suitably placed to enable carrying by two or
more persons as confirmed by actual carrying
N/A
c) Carrying handles and grips and their means See Appended Table 9.4.4
of attachment withstood loading test...............:
N/A
9.5
Expelled parts HAZARD
N/A
9.5.1
Suitability of means of protecting against
See Appended RM Results
unacceptable RISK of expelled parts
Table 9.5.1
determined by assessment and examination of
No expelled parts can occur.
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ......................................... :
N/A
9.5.2
See appended Table 8.10
Cathode ray tube(s) complied with IEC
60065:2001, Clause 18, or IEC 61965............... :
N/A
9.6
Acoustic energy (including infra- and ultrasound) and vibration
N/A
9.6.1
Human exposure to acoustic energy and
vibration from ME EQUIPMENT doesn’t result in
unacceptable RISK as confirmed in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE including audibility of
auditory alarm signals, PATIENT sensitivity, and
tests of 9.6.2 and 9.6.3 ...................................... :
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.6.1
EUT not produces acoustic
energy or vibration.
9.6.2
Acoustic energy
N/A
9.6.2.1
PATIENT, OPERATOR, and other persons are not EUT not produces acoustic
exposed to acoustic energy from ME EQUIPMENT energy.
in NORMAL USE, except for auditory alarm
signals
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
-– 80 dBA for a cumulative exposure of 24 h
over a 24 h period (dBA)....................................:
—
-- 83 dBA (when halving the cumulative
exposure time) (dBA) .........................................:
—
– 140 dB un-weighted sound pressure level for -impulsive or impact acoustic energy (dB) ...........:
—
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE examined for RISKS
associated with infrasound or ultrasound,
when present, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.6.2.2
N/A
PROCESS
9.6.3
Hand-transmitted vibration
N/A
--
N/A
2
– 2.5 m/s for a cumulative time of 8 h during a -2
24 h period (m/s ) ...............................................:
N/A
-– Accelerations for different times, inversely
2
proportional to square root of time (m/s ) .......:
N/A
9.7
Pressure vessels and parts subject to pneumatic and hydraulic pressure
N/A
9.7.1
Requirements of this clause applied to vessels No pressure vessels or parts
and parts of ME EQUIPMENT subject to pressure subject to pressure provided.
resulting in rupture and unacceptable RISK
N/A
Parts of a pneumatic or hydraulic system used -as a support system, comply with 9.8
N/A
Pneumatic and hydraulic parts of ME
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.7.2
EQUIPMENT or ACCESSORIES met following
requirements based on examination of RISK
No pneumatic and hydraulic
MANAGEMENT FILE .................................................:
parts within the equipment.
N/A
Means provided, except for INTENDED USE
vibrations, to protect PATIENT and OPERATOR
when hand-transmitted frequency-weighted
r.m.s. acceleration generated in NORMAL USE
exceeds specified values measured at points
of hand contact with PATIENT or OPERATOR
9.7.2
– No unacceptable RISK resulted from loss of
pressure or loss of vacuum
--
N/A
– No unacceptable RISK resulted from a fluid
jet caused by leakage or a component failure
--
N/A
– Elements of ME EQUIPMENT or an ACCESSORY,
especially pipes and hoses leading to an
unacceptable RISK protected against harmful
external effects
--
N/A
– Reservoirs and similar vessels leading to an -unacceptable RISK are automatically
depressurized when ME EQUIPMENT is isolated
from its power supply
N/A
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Result - Remark
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-Means provided for isolation, or local
depressurizing reservoirs and similar vessels,
and pressure indication when above not
possible
N/A
– All elements remaining under pressure after -isolation of ME EQUIPMENT or an ACCESSORY
from its power supply resulting in an
unacceptable RISK provided with clearly
identified exhaust devices, and a warning to
depressurize these elements before setting or
maintenance activity
N/A
Maximum pressure a part of ME EQUIPMENT can
be subjected to in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS considered to be highest of
following:
--
N/A
a) RATED maximum supply pressure from an
external source
--
N/A
b) Pressure setting of a pressure-relief device
provided as part of assembly
--
N/A
c) Max pressure that can develop by a source
of pressure that is part of assembly, unless
pressure limited by a pressure-relief device
--
N/A
9.7.4
See Appended RM Results
Max pressure in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS did not exceed MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE Table 9.7.4
WORKING PRESSURE for EQUIPMENT part, except
as allowed in 9.7.7, confirmed by examination
of ME EQUIPMENT and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE, and
by functional tests............................................. :
N/A
9.7.5
A pressure vessel withstood a HYDRAULIC TEST See Appended Table 9.7.5
PRESSURE when pressure was > 50 kPa, and
product of pressure and volume was more
than 200 kPaI...................................................... :
N/A
9.7.6
Pressure-control device regulating pressure in
pressure-relief device
completed 100,000 cycles of operation under
RATED load and prevented pressure from
exceeding 90 % of setting of pressure-relief
device in different conditions of NORMAL USE . :
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.7.6
N/A
Pressure-relief device(s) used where MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE could otherwise
be exceeded met the following, as confirmed
by MANUFACTURER’S data, ME EQUIPMENT, RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE, and functional tests ............ :
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.7.7
ME EQUIPMENT with
9.7.7
No such devices
incorporated.
N/A
No pressure-relief devices
provided.
a) Connected as close as possible to pressure -vessel or parts of system it is to protect
N/A
b) Installed to be readily accessible for
inspection, maintenance, and repair
--
N/A
c) Could be adjusted or rendered inoperative
without a TOOL
--
N/A
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d) With discharge opening located and
directed as to not to release material towards
any person
--
N/A
e) With discharge opening located and
directed as to not to deposit material on parts
that could result in an unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
f) Adequate discharge capacity provided to
ensure that pressure will not exceed MAXIMUM
PERMISSIBLE WORKING PRESSURE of system it is
connected to by more than 10 % when failure
occurs in control of supply pressure
--
N/A
-g) No shut-off valve provided between a
pressure-relief device and parts it is to protect
N/A
--
N/A
h) Min number of cycles of operation 100 000,
except for one-time use devices (bursting
disks)
Verdict
9.8
HAZARDS associated with support systems
N/A
9.8.1
ME EQUIPMENT parts designed to support loads See appended Table 8.10 and
or provide actuating forces when a
Appended RM Results Table
mechanical fault could constitute an
9.8.1
unacceptable RISK ..............................................:
EUT is not intended to
support loads.
N/A
--
N/A
– Means of attachment of ACCESSORIES prevent -possibility of incorrect attachment that could
result in an unacceptable RISK
N/A
--
N/A
-– RISK ANALYSIS included effects of failures
such as excessive deflection, plastic
deformation, ductile/brittle fracture, fatigue
fracture, instability (buckling), stress-assisted
corrosion cracking, wear, material creep and
deterioration, and residual stresses from
manufacturing PROCESSES
N/A
– Instructions on attachment of structures to a -floor, wall, ceiling, included in ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS making adequate allowances for
quality of materials used to make the
connection and list the required materials
N/A
– Construction of support, suspension, or
actuation system complied with Table 21 and
TOTAL LOAD
– RISK ANALYSIS of support systems included
HAZARDS from static, dynamic, vibration,
impact and pressure loading, foundation and
other movements, temperature,
environmental, manufacture and service
conditions
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Additional instructions provided on checking
adequacy of surface of structure parts will be
attached to
--
N/A
Support systems maintain structural integrity
during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE, and TENSILE
SAFETY FACTORS are not less than in Table 21,
except when an alternative method used to
demonstrate structural integrity throughout
EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE, or for a foot rest
--
N/A
Compliance with 9.8.1 and 9.8.2 confirmed by See Appended RM Results
examination of ME EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT Table 9.8.2
FILE, specifications and material processing .. :
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
When test results were part of information,
testing consisted of application of a test load
to support assembly equal to TOTAL LOAD times
required TENSILE SAFETY FACTOR while support
assembly under test was in equilibrium after 1
min, or not resulted in an unacceptable RISK . :
N/A
9.8.3
Strength of PATIENT or OPERATOR support or suspension systems
N/A
9.8.3.1
ME EQUIPMENT parts supporting or immobilizing
PATIENTS minimize RISK of physical injuries and
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.8.3.1
accidental loosening of secured joints
SAFE WORKING LOAD of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts -supporting or suspending PATIENTS or
OPERATORS is sum of mass of PATIENTS or mass
of OPERATORS plus mass of ACCESSORIES
supported by ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
N/A
-Supporting and suspending parts for adult
human PATIENTS or OPERATORS designed for a
PATIENT or OPERATOR with a min mass of 135 kg
and ACCESSORIES with a min mass of 15 kg,
unless stated by MANUFACTURER
N/A
Maximum mass of PATIENT included in SAFE
WORKING LOAD of ME EQUIPMENT or its parts
supporting or suspending PATIENTS adapted
when MANUFACTURER specified applications
--
N/A
Max allowable PATIENT mass < 135 kg marked
on ME EQUIPMENT and stated in ACCOMPANYING
--
N/A
> 135 kg stated in --
N/A
DOCUMENTS
Max allowable PATIENT mass
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
See copy of Marking Label
Examination of markings, ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS, and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
confirmed compliance ..................................... :
9.8.3.2
Part of SAFE WORKING LOAD representing mass
of PATIENTS or OPERATORS is distributed on
support/suspension surface representing
human body as in Fig A.19
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N/A
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Part of SAFE WORKING LOAD representing mass -of ACCESSORIES deployed as in NORMAL USE and,
when not defined, at worst case position
permitted by configuration or ACCESSORIES
attachment on support/suspension parts
N/A
See Appended RM Results
a) Entire mass of PATIENT or OPERATOR
2
Table 9.8.3.2 a)
distributed over an area of 0.1 m on a foot
rest temporarily supporting a standing PATIENT
or OPERATOR ........................................................:
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
specifications of materials and their
processing, and tests ........................................:
N/A
See appended Table 9.8.3.2
PATIENT support/suspension system
positioned horizontally in most
disadvantageous position in NORMAL USE, and
a mass 2 x 135 kg or twice intended person’s
load (the greater used), applied to foot rest
2
over an area of 0.1 m for 1 min (Kg)................:
N/A
Damage or deflection resulting in an
unacceptable RISK did not occur on foot rest
and its secured joints
--
N/A
b) Deflection of a support surface from PATIENT See Appended RM Results
or OPERATOR loading on an area of support/
Table 9.8.3.2 b)
suspension where a PATIENT or OPERATOR can
sit did not result in an unacceptable RISK ........:
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
specifications of materials and their
processing, and by a test ..................................:
N/A
See appended Table 9.8.3.2
PATIENT support/suspension system set in
most unfavourable NORMAL USE position, and a
mass of 60 % of part of SAFE WORKING LOAD
simulating PATIENT or OPERATOR, or a min 80
kg, placed on support or suspension system
with centre of load 60 mm from outer edge of
support or suspension system for at least one
minute (Kg) .........................................................:
N/A
--
N/A
-Dynamic forces that can be exerted on
equipment parts supporting or suspending a
PATIENT or OPERATOR in NORMAL USE did not
result in an unacceptable RISK as confirmed by
following test:
N/A
Deflection of support/suspension system
resulting in an unacceptable RISK not occur
9.8.3.3
Result - Remark
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See appended Table 9.8.3.3
PATIENT support/suspension system set in
most unfavourable NORMAL USE position, and a
mass equal to SAFE WORKING LOAD simulating
PATIENT or OPERATOR dropped from 150 mm
above seat area on an area of support/
suspension a PATIENT or OPERATOR can sit .......:
N/A
9.8.4
Systems with MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES
N/A
9.8.4.1
a) A MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE provided
See Appended RM Results
when a support system or its parts impaired
Table 9.8.4.1
by wear have a TENSILE SAFETY FACTOR ≥ to
values in Table 21, rows 5 and 6, but less than
3 and 4 ............................................................... :
N/A
9.8.4.2
b) MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE complies with the
requirements as follows:
--
N/A
– Designed based on TOTAL LOAD, and
includes effects of SAFE WORKING LOAD when
applicable
--
N/A
– Has TENSILE SAFETY FACTORS for all parts not
less than Table 21, row 7
--
N/A
– Activated before travel (movement)
produced an unacceptable RISK
--
N/A
– Takes into account Clauses 9.2.5 and 9.8.4.3 --
N/A
See appended Table 8.10
Compliance confirmed by examination of ME
EQUIPMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT FILE,
specifications of materials and their
processing ........................................................ :
N/A
-Activation of MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE is
made obvious to OPERATOR when ME EQUIPMENT
can still be used after failure of suspension or
actuation means and activation of a
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE (e.g., a
secondary cable)
N/A
--
N/A
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE requires use of
a TOOL to be reset or replaced
9.8.4.3
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE intended to function once
N/A
– Further use of ME EQUIPMENT not possible
See Appended RM Results
until replacement of MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE
Table 9.8.4.3
DEVICE ................................................................. :
N/A
– ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS instruct once
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE is activated,
SERVICE PERSONNEL shall be called, and
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE must be
replaced before ME EQUIPMENT can be used
--
N/A
– ME EQUIPMENT permanently marked with
safety sign 2 of Table D.2 (i.e., safety sign
7010-W001)
--
N/A
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– Marking is adjacent to MECHANICAL
PROTECTIVE DEVICE or its location relative to
MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICE is obvious to
service personnel
--
– Compliance confirmed by examination of ME See appended Table 8.10
EQUIPMENT, ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE, specifications and
processing of materials, and following test ....:
Verdict
N/A
N/A
--
N/A
Load included SAFE WORKING LOAD in 9.8.3.1
when system was capable of supporting a
PATIENT or OPERATOR
--
N/A
No evidence of damage to MECHANICAL
PROTECTIVE DEVICE affecting its ability to
perform its intended function
--
N/A
A chain, cable, band, spring, belt, jack screw
nut, pneumatic or hydraulic hose, structural
part or the like, employed to support a load,
defeated by a convenient means causing
maximum normal load to fall from most
adverse position permitted by construction of
ME EQUIPMENT
9.8.5
Systems without MECHANICAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES
N/A
Support system parts have TENSILE SAFETY
See Appended RM Results
Table 9.8.5
FACTORS ≥ to values in Table 21, rows 1 and 2,
and are not impaired by wear ...........................:
N/A
Support system parts impaired by wear,
however, they have TENSILE SAFETY FACTORS ≥
to values in Table 21, rows 3 and 4
--
N/A
Examination of ME EQUIPMENT and RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE confirmed compliance
--
N/A
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PROTECTION AGAINST UNWANTED AND EXCESSIVE RADIATION HAZARDS
N/A
10.1
X-Radiation
N/A
10.1.1
X-radiation dose-rate was ≤ 36 pA/kg (5 µSv/h) See Table 10.1.1
(0.5 mR/h) 5 cm from surface of ME EQUIPMENT
EUT not produces Xincluding background radiation for ME
radiation.
EQUIPMENT not producing therapeutic/diagnostic
X-radiation but producing ionizing radiation . :
N/A
Amount of radiation measured by means of an -ionizing chamber radiation monitor with an
2
effective area of 10 cm or by other instruments
producing equal results
N/A
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT operated as in NORMAL USE at
most unfavourable RATED MAINS VOLTAGE and
controls adjusted to emit maximum radiation
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Internal pre-set controls not intended for
adjustment during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of ME
EQUIPMENT not taken into consideration
Result - Remark
--
Verdict
N/A
10.1.2
See Appended RM Results
RISK from unintended X-radiation from ME
EQUIPMENT producing X-radiation for diagnostic Table 10.1.2
and therapeutic purposes addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as indicated in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE (see IEC 60601-1-3 & 1.3) .....:
N/A
10.2
RISK associated with alpha, beta, gamma,
neutron, and other particle radiation, when
applicable, addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS as shown in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE .....:
See Appended RM Results
Table 10.2
N/A
RISK associated with microwave radiation,
when applicable, addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as indicated in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE .................................................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 10.3
10.4
Relevant requirements of IEC 60825-1:1993
applied to lasers, light emitting diodes (LEDs),
and laser light barriers or similar products
No such components
incorporated within the
equipment.
N/A
10.5
RISK associated with visible electromagnetic
radiation other than emitted by lasers and LEDS,
when applicable, addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as indicated in RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE .................................................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 10.5
N/A
RISK associated with infrared radiation other
than emitted by lasers and LEDS, as applicable,
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ....................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 10.6
RISK associated with ultraviolet radiation other
than emitted by lasers and LEDS, as applicable,
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
indicated in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ....................:
See Appended RM Results
Table 10.7
10.3
10.6
10.7
EUT not produces alpha,
beta, gamma, neutron and
other radiation.
N/A
EUT not produces microwave
radiation.
EUT not produces
electromagnetic radiation.
N/A
EUT not produces infrared
radiation.
N/A
EUT not produces ultraviolet
radiation.
11
PROTECTION AGAINST EXCESSIVE TEMPERATURES AND OTHER
HAZARDS
P
11.1
Excessive temperatures in ME EQUIPMENT
P
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11.1.1
Temperatures on ME EQUIPMENT parts did not
See appended Table 11.1.1
exceed values in Tables 22 and 23 operating in and appended RM Results
worst-case NORMAL USE at maximum rated
Table 11.1.1
ambient operating temperature T .................... :
Power supply unit is
evaluated only for means of
operator protection.
Verdict
P
Plastic enclosure of the
power supply unit is not
intended to be touch by the
operator; therefore limit 86°C
applied for external plastic
parts (Plastic enclosure of
the EUT is assumed to be
touched for a time t (t < 1
second).
EUT is not intended to be
moved from one to another
location during operation.
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
Surfaces of test corner did not exceed 90 °C
Temperature of test corner
not exceeds 90°C in normal
conditions.
THERMAL CUT-OUTS did
CONDITION
No thermal cut-outs
provided.
not operate in NORMAL
P
N/A
11.1.2
Temperature of APPLIED PARTS
11.1.2.1
Temperatures, hot or cold surfaces, and when
appropriate, clinical effects of APPLIED PARTS
supplying heat to a PATIENT determined and
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE and
instructions for use ........................................... :
See appended Table 11.1.2.1
and appended RM Results
Table 11.1.2.1
APPLIED PARTS not supplying heat to a PATIENT
met Table 24 with max surface temperatures >
41 °C disclosed in instructions for use, and
clinical effects regarding maturity of PATIENTS,
body surface, surface pressure, medications
taken, as shown in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ........ :
See appended Table 11.1.2.2
and appended RM Results
Table 11.1.2.2
N/A
Surfaces of APPLIED PARTS cooled below
ambient temperatures that can also result in
HAZARD evaluated as part of RISK MANAGEMENT
--
N/A
See appended Table 11.1.3
and RM Results Table 11.1.3
N/A
11.1.2.2
N/A
N/A
No applied parts.
PROCESS
11.1.3
Measurements not made when engineering
judgment and rationale by MANUFACTURER
indicated temperature limits could not exceed,
as documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ......... :
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performed.
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Test corner not used where engineering
judgment and rationale by MANUFACTURER
indicated test corner will not impact
measurements, as documented in RISK
Result - Remark
Verdict
Test corner used.
N/A
Power supply unit is
evaluated only for means of
operator protection.
N/A
MANAGEMENT FILE
Probability of occurrence and duration of
contact for parts likely to be touched and for
APPLIED PARTS documented in RISK MANAGEMENT
FILE
Plastic enclosure of the
power supply unit is not
intended to be touch by the
operator; therefore limit 86°C
applied for external plastic
parts (Plastic enclosure of
the EUT is assumed to be
touched for a time t (t < 1
second).
EUT is not intended to be
moved from one to another
location during operation.
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
11.1.4
GUARDS preventing contact with hot or cold
accessible surfaces removable only with a
--
N/A
TOOL
11.2
Fire prevention
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11.2.1
ENCLOSURE has strength and rigidity necessary See clause 15.3.
to prevent a fire caused by reasonably
Relevant only for models
foreseeable misuse and met mechanical
with external enclosure.
strength tests for ENCLOSURES in 15.3
P
11.2.2
Me equipment and me systems used in conjunction with OXYGEN RICH
N/A
ENVIRONMENTS
11.2.2.1
See appended Table 8.10
RISK of fire in an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT
reduced by means limiting spread of fire under
EUT is not intended for use
NORMAL or SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS when source
in conjunction with oxygen
of ignition in contact with ignitable material ...:
rich environment.
N/A
Requirements of 13.1.1 applied to oxygen
concentrations up to 25 % at one atmosphere
or partial pressures up to 27.5 kPa for higher
atmospheric pressures
--
N/A
a) No sources of ignition discovered in an
--
N/A
--
N/A
OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT in NORMAL and SINGLE
FAULT CONDITIONS under any of the following
conditions ............................................................. :
1) when temperature of material raised to its
ignition temperature
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2) when temperatures affected solder or solder -joints causing loosening, short circuiting, or
other failures causing sparking or increasing
material temperature to its ignition temperature
N/A
-3) when parts affecting safety cracked or
changed outer shape exposing temperatures
higher than 300°C or sparks due to overheating
N/A
4) when temperatures of parts or components
exceeded 300°C, atmosphere was 100 %
oxygen, contact material solder, and fuel
cotton
--
N/A
5) when sparks provided adequate energy for
ignition by exceeding limits of Figs 35 to 37
(inclusive), atmosphere was 100 % oxygen,
contact material solder, and fuel cotton
--
N/A
Deviations from worst case limits in 4) and 5)
above based on lower oxygen concentrations
or less flammable fuels justified and
documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Appended RM Results
Table 11.2.2.1
N/A
See appended Table 11.2.2.1
Alternative test in this clause did not identify
existence of ignition sources at highest
voltage or current, respectively ........................ :
A safe upper limit determined by dividing
upper limit of voltage or current, respectively,
with safety margin factor of three.................... :
--
N/A
N/A
See Appended RM Results
b) RESIDUAL RISK of fire in an OXYGEN RICH
Table 11.2.2.1
ENVIRONMENT as determined by application of
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS is based on following
configurations, or in combination ................... :
N/A
1) Electrical components in an OXYGEN RICH
See appended Tables 4.11,
ENVIRONMENT provided with power supplies
11.1.1 to 11.1.2.2, inclusive;
having limited energy levels lower than those
and Table 13.2
considered sufficient for ignition in 11.2.2.1 a)
as determined by examination, measurement
or calculation of power, energy, and
temperatures in NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS identified in 11.2.3............................ :
N/A
2) Max oxygen concentration measured until it
did not exceed 25 % in ventilated
compartments with parts that can be a source
of ignition only in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION and
can be penetrated by oxygen due to an
undetected leak (%) ........................................... :
--
N/A
3) A compartment with parts or components
that can be a source of ignition only under
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION separated from another
compartment containing an OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT by sealing all joints and holes for
cables, shafts, or other purposes
--
N/A
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See Attachment #
N/A
See Attachment #
4) Fire initiated in ENCLOSURE of electrical
components in a compartment with OXYGEN
RICH ENVIRONMENT that can become a source of
ignition only under SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
self-extinguished rapidly and no hazardous
amount of toxic gases reached PATIENT as
determined by analysis of gases .....................:
N/A
Effect of possible leaks and failures under
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION that could cause ignition
evaluated using a RISK ASSESSMENT to determine
maintenance intervals by examination of
documentation and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ........:
11.2.2.2
RISK of ignition under least favourable
conditions did not occur and oxygen
concentration did not exceed 25% in
immediate surroundings due to location of
external exhaust outlets of an OXYGEN RICH
ENVIRONMENT when electrical components
mounted outside of ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
11.2.2.3
Electrical connections within a compartment
containing an OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENT under
NORMAL USE did not produce sparks due to
loosening or breaking, except when limited in
power and energy to values in 11.2.2.1 a) 5)
--
N/A
– Screw-attachments protected against
loosening during use by varnishing, use of
spring washers, or adequate torques
--
N/A
– Soldered, crimped, and pin-and-socket
connections of cables exiting ENCLOSURE
include additional mechanical securing means
--
N/A
11.2.3
11.3
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS related
ME SYSTEMS considered
to OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS ME EQUIPMENT and
N/A
– Failure of a ventilation system constructed in -accordance with 11.2.2.1 b) 2) ...........................:
N/A
-– Failure of a barrier constructed in
accordance with 11.2.2.1 b) 3) ...........................:
N/A
-– Failure of a component creating a source of
ignition (as defined in 11.2.2.1 a) ......................:
N/A
-– Failure of solid insulation or creepage and
clearances providing equivalent of at least one
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION but less than two
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION that could create a
source of ignition defined in 11.2.2.1 a) ...........:
N/A
-– Failure of a pneumatic component resulting
in leakage of oxygen-enriched gas ...................:
N/A
Constructional requirements for fire ENCLOSURES of ME EQUIPMENT
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ME EQUIPMENT met this clause for alternate
See Appended RM Results
means of compliance with selected HAZARDOUS Table 11.3
SITUATIONS and fault conditions in 13.1.2 .......... :
EUT complies with the
construction requirements
for fire enclosure.
Verdict
P
In addition, single fault as
specified within the standard
performed.
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted version
(no external enclosure
provided).
Constructional requirements were met, or
Power supply unit is
provided with plastic
enclosure without openings
(Flammability UL94 V-1
minimum).
P
All internal components are
mounted on the PCB rated
UL94 V-1 minimum.
Output cable is classified as
VW-1.
Short circuit on the cable
output performed.
No deformation of the cable,
no hazard.
- constructional requirements specifically
See Appended RM Results
analysed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ..................... : Table 11.3
N/A
Justification, when requirement not met ......... : --
N/A
a) Flammability classification of insulated wire
within fire ENCLOSURE is FV-1, or better, based
on IEC 60695 series as determined by
examination of data on materials
See appended Table 8.10
P
Output cable is classified as
VW-1.
Short circuit on the cable
performed.
No deformation of the cable,
no fire, no emission of
flames, no hazard.
See appended Table 8.10
Flammability classification of connectors,
printed circuit boards, and insulating material
PCB is rated UL94 V-1
on which components are mounted is FV-2, or
minimum.
better, based on IEC 60695-11-10 as decided by
examination of materials data ........................... :
P
If no FV Certification, FV tests based on IEC
60695-11-10 conducted on 3 samples of
complete parts (or sections of it), including
area with min. thickness, ventilation openings
--
N/A
b) Fire ENCLOSURE met following:
--
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1) No openings at bottom or, as specified in
Fig 39, constructed with baffles as in Fig 38, or
made of perforated metal as in Table 25, or a
metal screen with a mesh ≤ 2 × 2 mm centre to
centre and wire diameter of at least 0.45 mm
2) No openings on the sides within the area
included within the inclined line C in Fig 39
Result - Remark
EUT is provided with plastic
enclosure without openings.
Verdict
P
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted version.
EUT is provided with plastic
enclosure without openings.
P
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted version.
3) ENCLOSURE, baffles, and flame barriers have
adequate rigidity and made of appropriate
metal or of non-metallic materials, except
constructions based on Table 25 and a mesh;
FV-2 or better for TRANSPORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT,
FV-1 or better for fixed EQUIPMENT, or
STATIONARY EQUIPMENT per IEC 60695-11-10,
determined by ENCLOSURE examination or
flammability classification based on 11.3a) .....:
11.4
11.5
11.6
See appended Table 8.10
P
Plastic enclosure is
classified UL94 V-1
minimum.
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted version.
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use with flammable anaesthetics
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEMS and parts described
in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS for use with
flammable anaesthetics (CATEGORY AP) or
anaesthetics with oxidants (CATEGORY APG)
comply with Annex G
N/A
EUT is not intended for use
with flammable
anaesthetics.
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS intended for use in conjunction with flammable
agents
N/A
M ANUFACTURER’S RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
See Appended RM Results
Table 11.5
addresses possibility of fire and associated
mitigations as confirmed by examination of
EUT is not intended for use
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ..........................................:
in conjunction with
flammable agents.
N/A
Overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water or particulate matter, cleaning,
disinfection, sterilization and compatibility with substances used with the ME
N/A
EQUIPMENT
11.6.1
See Appended Table 11.6.1
Sufficient degree of protection provided
against overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of
water or particulate matter, cleaning,
disinfection and sterilization, and compatibility
with substances used with ME EQUIPMENT ....... :
N/A
11.6.2
Overflow in ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
No liquid reservoir provided.
See Appended RM Results
Liquid reservoir liable to overflow in NORMAL
Table 11.6.2 and Table 11.6
USE completely filled and 15 % of its capacity
poured in for over 1 min, and except when
restricted, TRANSPORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT tilted
through an angle of 15° in least favourable
direction(s), and when necessary refilled
starting from position of NORMAL USE ................:
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N/A
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ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and uninsulated
Result - Remark
Verdict
See appended Table 8.7and
8.8.3
N/A
No liquid use.
N/A
electrical parts or electrical insulation of parts
that could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION were
not wet.................................................................. :
11.6. 3
Spillage on ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEM
ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS handling liquids See Appended RM Results
in NORMAL USE positioned as in 5.4 a) and liquid Table 11.6.3 and Table 11.6
with composition, volume, duration of spill,
point of contact, and test conditions based on
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS poured steadily on a
point on top of ME EQUIPMENT ............................. :
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and uninsulated
See appended Tables 8.7
8.8.3
N/A
See 13.2.6
N/A
electrical parts or electrical insulation of parts
that could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION were
not wet ................................................................. :
11.6.4
Leakage
No liquids used during
normal use of the
equipment.
11.6.5
Ingress of water or particulate matter into ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT with IP Code placed in least
favourable position of NORMAL USE and
subjected to tests of IEC 60529 (IP Code)....... :
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 11.6.5 and Table 11.6
No protection against
ingress of water provided.
Ordinary equipment.
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests and there were no
See appended Tables 8.7
8.8.3
N/A
bridging of insulation or electrical components
that could result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION in
NORMAL CONDITION or in a SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
11.6.6
Cleaning and disinfection of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT/ME SYSTEM and their parts and
ACCESSORIES cleaned or disinfected once using
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 11.6.6 and Table 11.6
methods specified in instructions for use
Cleaning or desinfection
including any cooling or drying period ........... :
process not specified by the
manufacturer.
End product consideration.
ME EQUIPMENT met dielectric strength and
LEAKAGE CURRENT tests, with no deterioration
resulting in an unacceptable RISK present ....... :
See appended Tables 8.7
8.8.3
See RM Results Table 11.6.6
Effects of multiple cleanings/disinfections
during EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE of EQUIPMENT
evaluated by MANUFACTURER and assurance that
no unacceptable RISK will occur verified by RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE review...................................... :
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N/A
N/A
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Sterilization of ME EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEMS and their parts or
ACCESSORIES intended to be sterilized assessed
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
See Appended RM Results
Table 11.6.7
N/A
and documented according to ISO 11134, ISO
11135, or ISO 11137 as appropriate ..................:
See appended Tables 8.7
After the test, ME EQUIPMENT complied with the
8.8.3, and 11.6
appropriate dielectric strength and LEAKAGE
CURRENT tests and there was no deterioration
resulting in an unacceptable RISK .....................:
N/A
11.6.8
RISKS associated with compatibility of
See Appended RM Results
substances used with ME EQUIPMENT addressed Table 11.6.8
in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ................:
N/A
11.7
ME EQUIPMENT, ME SYSTEM, and ACCESSORIES
coming into direct or indirect contact with
biological tissues, cells, or body fluids
assessed and documented per ISO 10993
No such parts.
N/A
11.8
Interruption and restoration of power supply
did not result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION, except
interruption of its intended function
Shall be evaluated during
end medical product
approval.
N/A
Power supply unit is not end
medical product.
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ACCURACY OF CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS AND PROTECTION
AGAINST HAZARDOUS OUTPUTS
N/A
12.1
RISKS associated with accuracy of controls and See Appended RM Results
instruments stated in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS Table 12.1
confirmed by RISK MANAGEMENT FILE review .....:
N/A
12.2
RISK of poor USABILITY, including identification,
marking, and documents addressed in a
USABILITY ENGINEERING PROCESS as confirmed by
review of provided records ...............................:
N/A
12.3
The need for alarm systems as a means of RISK See Report based on IEC
CONTROL and RISKS associated with operation or 60601-1-8 and appended RM
failure of alarm system addressed in RISK
Results Table 12.3
MANAGEMENT PROCESS ........................................:
No alarm incorporated.
N/A
12.4
Protection against hazardous output
N/A
12.4.1
RISKS associated with hazardous output arising See Appended RM Results
from intentional exceeding of safety limits
Table 12.4.1
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
SELV-reliability tests
confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE..................... :
performed.
N/A
See Report based on IEC
60601-1-6
See enclosed table for
details.
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12.4.2
When applicable, need for indication of
See Appended RM Results
parameters associated with hazardous output Table 12.4.2
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE .................... :
N/A
12.4.3
RISKS associated with accidental selection of
excessive output values for ME EQUIPMENT with
a multi-purpose unit designed to provide low
and high-intensity outputs for different
treatments addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT
PROCESS, confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE .. :
See Appended RM Results
Table 12.4.3
N/A
Single output voltage.
12.4.4
See Appended RM Results
When applicable, RISKS associated with
incorrect output addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT Table 12.4.4
PROCESS as confirmed by review of RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE ................................................. :
N/A
12.4.5
Diagnostic or therapeutic radiation
N/A
12.4.5.1
Adequate provisions to protect OPERATORS,
persons and sensitive devices
in vicinity of unwanted or excessive radiation
emitted by ME EQUIPMENT designed to produce
radiation for diagnostic/therapeutic purposes
--
N/A
Radiation safety ensured by compliance with
requirements of appropriate standards
--
N/A
12.4.5.2
RISKS associated with diagnostic X-rays
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE .................. :
See IEC 60601-1-3 Report
and appended RM Results
Table 12.4.5.2
N/A
12.4.5.3
RISKS associated with radiotherapy addressed
in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ........................ :
See Appended RM Results
Table 12.4.5.3
N/A
12.4.5.4
RISKS associated with ME EQUIPMENT producing
diagnostic or therapeutic radiation other than
diagnostic X-rays and radiotherapy addressed
in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE............... :
See Appended RM Results
Table 12.4.5.4
N/A
12.4.6
When applicable, RISKS associated with
diagnostic or therapeutic acoustic pressure
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS as
confirmed in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE .................. :
See Appended RM Results
Table 12.4.6
N/A
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HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS AND FAULT CONDITIONS
P
13.1
Specific HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS
P
13.1.1
None of HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS in 13.1.2-13.1.4,
inclusive, occurred when SINGLE FAULT
CONDITIONS applied, one at a time, as in 4.7 and
13.2
13.1.2
Emissions, deformation of ENCLOSURE or exceeding maximum temperature
PATIENTS, other
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No hazardous situations
occur during single fault
testing.
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– Emission of flames, molten metal, poisonous Not occur during single fault
or ignitable substance in hazardous quantities testing.
did not occur
P
– Deformation of ENCLOSURE impairing
compliance with 15.3.1 did not occur
P
No deformation of the
enclosure occurs.
Not applicable for openframe and PCB mounded
version (no external
enclosure provided).
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
– Temperatures of APPLIED PARTS did not
exceed allowable values in Table 24 when
11.1.2.1, and 11.1.2.2
measured as in 11.1.3.........................................:
No applied parts provided.
N/A
– Temperatures of ME EQUIPMENT parts that are See appended Tables 11.1.1,
not APPLIED PARTS likely to be touched did not
11.1.2.1, and 11.1.2.2
exceed values in Table 23 when measured and
adjusted as in 11.1.3 ...........................................:
P
–Allowable values for “other components and
materials” in Table 22 times 1.5 minus 12.5 °C
were not exceeded
Considered.
P
Limits for windings in Tables 26, 27, and 31 not Temperature of transformer
exceeded
windings not exceeded.
P
Table 22 not exceeded in all other cases
--
P
Temperatures measured according to 11.1.3
--
P
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in 4.7, 8.1 b), 8.7.2, and Single faults performed.
13.2.2 relative to emission of flames, molten
EUT is provided with plastic
metal, or ignitable substances, not applied to
enclosure without openings
parts and components where:
made by material UL94 V-1
minimum.
P
All internal components are
mounted on the PCB made
by material UL94 V-1
minimum.
Therefore power supply
enclosure shall be treated as
fire enclosure.
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted version.
– Supply circuit was unable to supply 15 W
one minute after 15 W drawn from supply
circuit, or
See appended Table 13.1.2
– Parts and components completely contained
within a fire ENCLOSURE complying with 11.3 as
verified by review of design documentation
--
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N/A
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After tests of this Clause, settings of THERMAL
CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES did not
change sufficiently to affect their safety
function
13.1.3
Result - Remark
--
Verdict
N/A
See appended Table 8.7
– limits for LEAKAGE CURRENT in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION based on 8.7.3 did not exceed.......... :
P
– voltage limits for ACCESSIBLE PARTS including See appended Table 8.7
8.4.2 did not exceed ............... :
Output voltage of the power
supply unit.
P
APPLIED PARTS in
13.1.4
ME EQUIPMENT complied with the requirements
of 9.1 to 9.8 for specific MECHANICAL HAZARDS
--
13. 2
SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
P
13.2.1
During application of SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in See appended Table 13.2
13.2.2 -13.2.13, inclusive, NORMAL CONDITIONS in
8.1 a) applied in least favourable combination :
P
13.2.2 –
13.2.12
ME EQUIPMENT complied with 13.2.2 -13.2.12..... : See appended Table 13.2
and RM Results Table 13.2.6
P
13.2.13
ME EQUIPMENT remained safe after tests of
13.2.13.2 to 13.2.13.4 (inclusive), and cooling
down to room temperature
No heating elements or
motors provided.
P
N/A
EUT is intended for
continuous operation.
No markings provided.
--
N/A
For insulation of thermoplastic materials relied -upon as a MEANS OF PROTECTION (see 8.8), the
ball-pressure test specified in 8.8.4.1 a)
performed at a temperature 25 °C higher than
temperature of insulation measured during tests
of 13.2.13.2 to 13.2.13.4 (inclusive).
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements
N/A
a 1) thermostatically controlled ME EQUIPMENT
No heating elements
with heating elements for building-in, or for
provided.
unattended operation, or with a capacitor not
protected by a fuse connected in parallel with
THERMOSTAT contacts met tests of 13.2.13.2 b) &
13.2.13.2 c)
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT examined for compliance or
appropriate tests such as dielectric strength of
motor insulation according to 8.8.3 conducted
13.2.13.2
a 2) ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements RATED
for non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION met tests of
13.2.13.2 b) and 13.2.13.2 c)
--
N/A
a 3) other ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements
met test of 13.2.13.2 b)
--
N/A
When more than one test was applicable to
same ME EQUIPMENT, tests performed
consecutively
--
N/A
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Verdict
Heating period stopped when a heating
element or an intentionally weak part of a nonSELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT ruptured, or
current interrupted before THERMAL STABILITY
without possibility of automatic restoration
--
N/A
Test repeated on a second sample when
interruption was due to rupture of a heating
element or an intentionally weak part
--
N/A
Both samples met 13.1.2, and open circuiting
of a heating element or an intentionally weak
part in second sample not considered a failure
by itself
--
N/A
b) ME EQUIPMENT with heating elements tested
per 11.1without adequate heat discharge, and
supply voltage set at 90 or 110 % of RATED
supply voltage, least favourable of the two (V)
............................................................................. :
--
N/A
-Operating period stopped when a non-SELFor current
interrupted without possibility of automatic
restoration before THERMAL STABILITY
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT switched off as soon as THERMAL -STABILITY established and allowed to cool to
room temperature when current not interrupted
N/A
--
N/A
c) Heating parts of ME EQUIPMENT tested with ME -EQUIPMENT operated in NORMAL CONDITION at 110
% of RATED supply voltage and as in 11.1, and
N/A
1) Controls limiting temperature in NORMAL
CONDITION disabled, except THERMAL CUT-OUTS
--
N/A
2) When more than one control provided, they
were disabled in turn
--
N/A
3) ME EQUIPMENT operated at RATED DUTY CYCLE
until THERMAL STABILITY achieved, regardless of
RATED operating time
--
N/A
RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT operated,
Test duration was equal to RATED operating
time for non-CONTINUOUS OPERATION
13.2.13.3
ME EQUIPMENT with motors
N/A
No motors provided.
a 1) For the motor part of the ME EQUIPMENT,
compliance checked by tests of 13.2.8- 13.2.10,
13.2.13.3 b), 13.2.13.3 c), and 13.2.13.4, as
applicable
N/A
-To determine compliance with 13.2.9 and
13.2.10 motors in circuits running at 42.4 V
peak a.c./ 60 V d.c. or less are covered with a
single layer of cheesecloth which did not ignite
during the test
N/A
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a 2) Tests on ME EQUIPMENT containing heating -parts conducted at prescribed voltage with
motor & heating parts operated simultaneously
to produce the least favourable condition
N/A
a 3) Tests performed consecutively when more -tests were applicable to the same ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
--
N/A
1) it is intended to be remotely or automatically -controlled by a single control device with no
redundant protection, or
N/A
--
N/A
Motor winding temperature determined during -each steady period and maximum value did not
exceed Table 27 (Insulation Class, Maximum
temperature measured °C)................................ :
N/A
Motor removed from ME EQUIPMENT and tested
separately when load could not be changed in
appropriate steps
--
N/A
Running overload test for motors operating at
42.4 V peak a.c./60 V d.c. or less performed
only when examination and review of design
indicated possibility of an overload
--
N/A
Test not conducted where electronic drive
circuits maintained a substantially constant
drive current
--
N/A
Test not conducted based on other
justifications (justification) ............................... :
--
N/A
c) ME EQUIPMENT with 3-phase motors operated -with normal load, connected to a 3-phase
SUPPLY MAINS with one phase disconnected, and
periods of operation per 13.2.10
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT RATED for NON-CONTINUOUS OPERATION
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT (other than HAND-HELD) operated EUT is designed for
under normal load and at RATED voltage or at
continuous operation.
upper limit of RATED voltage range until
increase in temperature was ≤ 5 °C in one hour,
or a protective device operated
N/A
b) Motor met running overload protection test
of this clause when:
2) it is likely to be subjected to CONTINUOUS
OPERATION while unattended
13.2.13.4
Result - Remark
When a load-reducing device operated in
test continued with ME EQUIPMENT
running idle
--
N/A
Motor winding temperatures did not exceed
values in 13.2.10 ................................................ :
--
N/A
Insulation Class ................................................. :
--
—
Maximum temperature measured (°°C)............. :
--
—
NORMAL USE,
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PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRICAL MEDICAL SYSTEMS (PEMS)
N/A
Requirements of this clause not applied to
or
EUT is not programmable
electrical medical system.
N/A
See Appended RM Results
- when application of ISO 14971 showed that
Table 14.1
failure of PESS does not lead to unacceptable
RISK .......................................................................:
N/A
14.1
PESS when it provided no BASIC SAFETY
ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE, or
Result - Remark
Verdict
--
N/A
-M ANUFACTURER considered the need for
additional RISK CONTROL measures when unable
to follow all PROCESSES identified in Clause 14
for each constituent component of PEMS as
confirmed by RISK MANAGEMENT FILE review and
assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
N/A
--
N/A
14.2
-Documents produced from application of
Clause 14 are maintained and form a part of
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE in addition to RECORDS
and documents required by ISO 14971 ............:
N/A
14.3
RISK MANAGEMENT plan required by 3.5 of ISO
14971 includes reference to PEMS VALIDATION
plan
--
N/A
14.4
A PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE including a set
of defined milestones has been documented
--
N/A
At each milestone, activities to be completed,
and VERIFICATION methods to be applied to
activities have been defined
--
N/A
Each activity including its inputs and outputs
defined, and each milestone identifies RISK
MANAGEMENT activities that must be completed
before that milestone
--
N/A
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE tailored for a
specific development by making plans
detailing activities, milestones, and schedules
--
N/A
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE includes
documentation requirements
--
N/A
-A documented system for problem resolution
within and between all phases and activities of
PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE has been
developed and maintained where appropriate
N/A
Every PROCESS has been followed throughout
the PEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE and a RECORD
of PROCESS has been made available as
confirmed by RISK MANAGEMENT FILE REVIEW and
assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
Assessment of PROCESSES cited in this Clause
made by internal audits
14.5
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Problem resolution system meets the
prescribed criteria depending on type of
product:
--
N/A
– it is documented as a part of PEMS
DEVELOPMENT LIFE-CYCLE
--
N/A
– it allows reporting of potential or existing
problems affecting BASIC SAFETY or ESSENTIAL
--
N/A
– it includes an assessment of each problem
for associated RISKS
--
N/A
– it identifies criteria that must be met for the
issue to be closed
--
N/A
– it identifies the action to be taken to resolve
each problem
--
N/A
PERFORMANCE
14.6
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
N/A
14.6.1
M ANUFACTURER considered HAZARDS associated See Appended RM Results
with software and hardware aspects of PEMS
Table 14.6.1
including NETWORK/DATA COUPLING, components
of third-party origin, legacy subsystems when
compiling list of known or foreseeable HAZARDS
N/A
In addition to the material in ISO 14971, Annex -D, list of possible sources for HAZARDS
associated with PEMS includes specified causes
N/A
--
N/A
– undesired feedback [physical and data] (such -as unsolicited/ out of range/ inconsistent input
or input from electromagnetic interference)
N/A
– unavailable data
--
N/A
– lack of integrity of data
--
N/A
– incorrect data
--
N/A
– incorrect timing of data
--
N/A
– unintended interactions within & among PESS --
N/A
– unknown aspects or quality of third-party
software
--
N/A
– unknown aspects or quality of third-party
--
N/A
--
N/A
– failure of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING to provide
characteristics necessary for PEMS to achieve
its BASIC SAFETY or ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
PESS
– lack of data security, particularly
vulnerability to tampering, unintended
interaction with other programs and viruses
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14.6.2
Suitably validated tools and PROCEDURES
See Appended RM Results
assuring each RISK CONTROL measure reduces
Table 14.6.2
identified RISK(S) satisfactorily provided in
addition to PEMS requirements in Clause 6.1 of
ISO 14971 .............................................................. :
N/A
A documented requirement specification for
See Appended RM Results
Table 14.7
N/A
See Appended RM Results
An architecture satisfying the requirement is
specified for PEMS and each of subsystems...... : Table 14.8
N/A
14.7
PEMS and each of its subsystems (e.g. for a
PESS) which includes ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
and RISK CONTROL measures implemented by
Result - Remark
Verdict
that system or subsystem................................... :
14.8
The architecture specification makes use of
considers the specified items to reduce RISK to
an acceptable level, where appropriate:
--
N/A
a) COMPONENTS WITH HIGH-INTEGRITY
--
N/A
b) fail-safe functions
--
N/A
c) redundancy
--
N/A
d) diversity;
--
N/A
e) partitioning of functionality
--
N/A
f) defensive design potentially limiting
hazardous effects by restricting available
output power or by introducing means to limit
travel of actuators
--
N/A
g) allocation of RISK CONTROL measures to
subsystems and components of PEMS
--
N/A
h) failure modes of components and their
effects;
--
N/A
i) common cause failures
--
N/A
j) systematic failures
--
N/A
k) test interval duration and diagnostic
coverage
--
N/A
l) maintainability
--
N/A
m) protection from reasonably foreseeable
misuse
--
N/A
n) NETWORK/DATA COUPLING specification, when
applicable
--
N/A
CHARACTERISTICS
14.9
See Appended RM Results
Design is broken up into subsystems, each
Table 14.9
with a design and test specification where
appropriate, and descriptive data on design
environment included in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE :
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A VERIFICATION plan containing the specified
See Appended RM Results
information used to verify and document
Table 14.10
functions implementing BASIC SAFETY, ESSENTIAL
PERFORMANCE, or RISK CONTROL measures ......... :
14.11
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
– milestone(s) when VERIFICATION is to be
performed for each function
--
N/A
– selection and documentation of VERIFICATION
strategies, activities, techniques, and
appropriate level of independence of the
personnel performing the VERIFICATION
--
N/A
– selection and utilization of VERIFICATION tools
--
N/A
– coverage criteria for VERIFICATION
--
N/A
A PEMS VALIDATION plan containing validation
BASIC SAFETY & ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE and
of See Appended RM Results
Table 14.11
requiring checks for unintended functioning of
PEMS to perform and document PEMS VALIDATION
N/A
The person with overall responsibility for PEMS -independent of design team, and
no member of a design team is responsible for
PEMS VALIDATION of their own design
N/A
-All professional relationships of members of
with members of design
team documented in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
providing methods & results of PEMS VALIDATION
N/A
--
N/A
VALIDATION is
PEMS VALIDATION team
14.12
Continued validity of previous design
documentation assessed under a documented
modification/change PROCEDURE
14.13
Technical description includes the following
See Appended RM Results
information when PEMS is to be connected to
Table 14.13
other equipment outside control of PEMS
MANUFACTURER by NETWORK/DATA COUPLING ....... :
N/A
--
N/A
b) list of HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS resulting from a -failure of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING to provide the
specified characteristics
N/A
c) instructions to RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION
containing required information and warnings
--
N/A
– connection of PEMS to a NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING that includes other equipment could
result in previously unidentified RISKS and
RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION shall identify,
analyze, and control such RISKS
--
N/A
– subsequent changes to NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING introducing new RISKS and requiring
new analysis; and changes to NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING include:
--
N/A
a) characteristics of NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
necessary for PEMS to achieve its INTENDED USE
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– NETWORK/DATA COUPLING configuration change --
N/A
--
N/A
--
N/A
--
N/A
--
N/A
– connection of additional items to
NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
– disconnecting items from NETWORK/DATA
COUPLING
– update of equipment connected to
NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
– upgrade of equipment connected to
NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
15
CONSTRUCTION OF ME EQUIPMENT
P
15.1
RISKS associated with arrangement of controls See Appended RM Results
and indicators of ME EQUIPMENT addressed in
Table 15.1
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS, as confirmed by
End product consideration.
examination of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ............... :
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
N/E
15.2
No such parts provided.
Parts of ME EQUIPMENT subject to mechanical
wear, electrical, environmental degradation or
ageing resulting in unacceptable RISK when
unchecked for a long period, are accessible for
inspection, replacement, and maintenance
N/A
-Inspection, servicing, replacement, and
adjustment of parts of ME EQUIPMENT can easily
be done without damage to or interference with
adjacent parts or wiring
N/A
15.3
Mechanical strength
15.3.1
Mold stress relief, push, impact, drop, and
rough handling tests did not result in
unacceptable RISK and ME EQUIPMENT displayed
adequate mechanical strength
See below.
P
15.3.2
Push test conducted by subjecting external
parts of ENCLOSURE to a steady force of 250 N ±
10 N for 5 s applied to a circular (30mm) plane
surface, except bottom of ENCLOSURE of an ME
EQUIPMENT >18 kg, using a suitable test tool ... :
See Appended Table 15.3
and RM Results Table 15.3.2
P
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of
No damage of the enclosure,
no cracks.
RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
EUT is provided with
enclosure with adequate
strength and rigidity.
Test performed on desk-top
version
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15.3.3
Impact test conducted by subjecting a
complete ENCLOSURE or its largest nonreinforced area, except for HAND-HELD ME
EQUIPMENT and parts, to a free falling 500 g ± 25
g solid smooth steel ball, approx. 50 mm in
diameter from a height of 1.3 m ........................ :
See Appended Table 15.3
and RM Results Table 15.3.3
Test not applied to flat panel displays, platen
glass of ME EQUIPMENT, or cathode ray tubes
No such parts provided.
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as shown in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
No damage of the enclosure,
no cracks.
Verdict
P
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
N/A
P
EUT is provided with
enclosure with adequate
strength and rigidity.
Test performed on desk-top
version
15.3.4
Drop test
N/A
15.3.4.1
See Appended Table 15.3
Sample of HAND-HELD ME EQUIPMENT and HANDwith SAFE WORKING LOAD allowed to fall
Not hand-held equipment.
freely once from each of 3 different positions
as in NORMAL USE from height specified in
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS, or from 1 m onto a
50 mm ± 5 mm thick hardwood board lying flat
on a concrete or rigid base................................ :
N/A
No unacceptable RISK resulted
N/A
HELD part
15.3.4.2
--
Sample of PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT and PORTABLE See Appended Table 15.3
part with SAFE WORKING LOAD lifted to a height
and RM Table 15.3.4.2
as in Table 29 above a 50 ± 5 mm thick
hardwood board lying flat on a concrete floor
or rigid base, dropped 3 times from each
orientation in NORMAL USE (cm) ..........................:
P
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of
sample and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
P
No damage of the enclosure,
no cracks.
EUT is provided with
enclosure with adequate
strength and rigidity.
Test performed on desk-top
version.
15.3.5
Each sample of MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT and MOBILE See Appended Table 15.3
part with SAFE WORKING LOAD and in most
and RM Results Table 15.3.5
adverse condition in NORMAL USE passed Rough
EUT is not mobile equipment.
Handling tests ..................................................... :
N/A
a) Ascending step shock test conducted on the -sample by pushing it 3 times in its normal
direction of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s against
an ascending hardwood step obstruction
without the sample going over the obstruction
N/A
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Verdict
-b) Descending step shock test conducted on
the sample by pushing it 3 times in its normal
direction of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s in order
to fall over a vertical step affixed flat on a rigid
base with direction of movement perpendicular
to face of the step until full descent achieved
N/A
c) Door frame shock test conducted on the
sample by moving it 3 times in its normal
direction of travel at 0.4 m/s ± 0.1 m/s, or for
motor driven EQUIPMENT, at maximum possible
speed against a hardwood vertical obstacle
higher than EQUIPMENT contact point(s)
--
N/A
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
sustained as determined by examination of
sample and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
--
N/A
Examination of ENCLOSURE made from molded
or formed thermoplastic material indicated that
material distortion due to release of internal
stresses by molding or forming operations will
not result in an unacceptable RISK
EUT is provided with plastic
enclosure with adequate
rigidity and strength.
Mold-stress relief test conducted by placing
one sample of complete ME EQUIPMENT,
ENCLOSURE or a portion of larger ENCLOSURE, for
7 hours in a circulating air oven at 10°C over
the max temperature measured on ENCLOSURE
in 11.1.3, but no less than 70 °C ......................... :
Test was performed at 96°C
ambient temperature.
P
Not relevant for open-frame
and PCB mounted power
supply unit (no external
enclosure provided).
P
Maximum temperature rise
measured on the enclosure
top near transformer during
normal operation: 85,5°C at
40°C ambient temperature.
No damage of the enclosure.
15.3.7
No damage resulting in an unacceptable RISK
No damage of the enclosure
after mold-stress relief test.
P
INTENDED USE, EXPECTED SERVICE LIFE, and
conditions for transport and storage were
taken into consideration for selection and
treatment of materials used in construction of
--
N/A
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT
Based on review of EQUIPMENT, ACCOMPANYING
DOCUMENTS, specifications and processing of
materials, and MANUFACTURER’S relevant tests
or calculations, corrosion, ageing, mechanical
wear, degradation of biological materials due
to bacteria, plants, animals and the like, will
not result in an unacceptable RISK
15.4
ME EQUIPMENT components and general assembly
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15.4.1
Incorrect connection of accessible connectors, See Appended RM Results
removable without a TOOL, prevented where an Table 15.4.1
unacceptable RISK exists, in particular ............. :
Output cable is soldered to
the PCB through the hole
within the equipment by the
manufacturer.
Verdict
N/A
In additional, cord anchorage
used for secondary cable.
See enclosed pictures of the
unit for details.
End product consideration
for open-frame and PCB
mounted version.
a) Plugs for connection of PATIENT leads cannot See attachment #
be connected to other outlets on same ME
No patient leads provided.
EQUIPMENT intended for other functions, except
when RISK MANAGEMENT FILE provides proof that
no unacceptable RISK could result .................... :
N/A
See attachment #
b) Medical gas connections on ME EQUIPMENT
for different gases to be operated in NORMAL
No medical gas connections
USE are not interchangeable as verified by
provided.
review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ......................... :
N/A
15.4.2
Temperature and overload control devices
N/A
15.4.2.1
a) THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT
RELEASES with automatic resetting not used in
ME EQUIPMENT when their use could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION by resetting action as
verified by review of RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ..... :
See Appended RM Results
Table 15.4.2.1 a)
N/A
No such components
incorporated within the
power supply unit.
b) THERMAL CUT-OUTS with a safety function to
See Appended RM Results
be reset by a soldering operation affecting
Table 15.4.2.1 b)
operating value not fitted in ME EQUIPMENT as
No such component used.
verified by examination of design and RISK
MANAGEMENT FILE .................................................. :
N/A
c) An independent non-SELF-RESETTING THERMAL See Appended RM Results
CUT-OUT is, additionally, provided where a
Table 15.4.2.1 c)
failure of a THERMOSTAT could constitute a
No thermostat provided.
HAZARD as verified by examination of design
and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE................................... :
N/A
d) Based on design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
See Appended RM Results
review, loss of function of ME EQUIPMENT due to Table 15.4.2.1 d)
operation of THERMAL CUT-OUT or OVER CURRENT
EUT is not end medical
RELEASE doesn’t result in a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
product.
N/E
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
Shall be evaluated during
end medical product
approval.
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e) Capacitors or other spark-suppression
devices not connected between contacts of
THERMAL CUT-OUTS
--
N/A
f) Use of THERMAL CUT-OUTS or OVER-CURRENT
RELEASES do not affect safety of ME EQUIPMENT
as verified by following tests:
End product consideration.
N/A
Positive temperature coefficient devices (PTC’s) -complied with IEC 60730-1: 1999, clauses 15,
17, J.15, and J.17 as applicable
N/A
See appended Table 13.2
N/A
--
N/A
-In the absence of Certification in accordance
with IEC standards, SELF-RESETTING THERMAL
CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES including
circuits performing equivalent functions (other
than PTC’s) operated 200 times
N/A
Manual reset THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVERCURRENT RELEASES Certified in accordance
appropriate IEC standards
No such components
incorporated within the
equipment.
N/A
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT containing THERMAL CUT-OUTS and
OVER-CURRENT RELEASES operated under the
conditions of Clause 13...................................... :
SELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVERCURRENT RELEASES including circuits performing
equivalent functions (other than PTC’s)
Certified according to appropriate standards ..
with
When certification based on IEC standards, or
data from MANUFACTURER demonstrating
reliability of component to perform its safetyrelated function is not available, manual reset
THERMAL CUT-OUTS and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
operated 10 times
Thermal protective devices tested separately
No thermal protective
from ME EQUIPMENT when engineering judgment devices incorporated.
indicated test results would not be impacted
N/A
g) Protective device, provided on ME EQUIPMENT -incorporating a fluid filled container with
heating means, operated when heater switched
on with container empty and prevented an
unacceptable RISK due to overheating
N/A
h) ME EQUIPMENT with tubular heating elements See Appended RM Results
provided with protection against overheating in Table 15.4.2.1 h)
both leads where a conductive connection to
earth could result in overheating as verified by
review of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ..... :
N/A
15.4.2.2
Temperature settings clearly indicated when
No thermostats
means provided to vary setting of THERMOSTATS incorporated.
N/A
15.4.3
Batteries
N/A
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15.4.3.1
Battery housings from which gases can
escape during charging or discharging likely to
result in a HAZARD ventilated to minimize RISK of
accumulation and ignition as verified by review
of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE ................. :
Result - Remark
See Appended RM Results
Table 15.4.3.1
Verdict
N/A
No batteries inside power
supply unit provided.
Mains operated equipment.
Battery compartments prevent accidental short -circuiting of battery when this could result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION as verified by examination
of design and RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N/A
15.4.3.2
See Appended RM Results
Means provided to prevent incorrect
Table 15.4.3.2
connection of polarity when a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION may develop by incorrect connection
or replacement of a battery ............................... :
N/A
15.4.3.3
Overcharging of battery prevented by virtue of See Appended RM Results
design when it could result in an unacceptable Table 15.4.3.3
RISK as verified by review of design ................. :
N/A
15.4.3.4
Lithium batteries that could become a HAZARD See Appended RM Results
complied with appropriate tests of IEC 60086-4 Table 15.4.3.4
N/A
Tests of IEC 60086-4 waived on the lithium
battery based on examination of design
15.4.3.5
15.4.4
--
N/A
A properly RATED protective device provided
See Appended RM Results
within INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE to
Table 15.4.3.5
protect against fire caused by excessive
currents when (in case of a short circuit) layout
of internal wiring, cross-sectional area, rating
of connected components can result in a fire :
N/A
-Protective device has adequate breaking
capacity to interrupt the maximum fault current
N/A
Justification for OVER-CURRENT RELEASES or FUSE -exclusion is included in RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
N/A
Indicator lights provided to indicate ME
EQUIPMENT is ready for NORMAL USE, except
when apparent to OPERATOR from normal
operating position, and marking of 7.4.1 are
insufficient for this purpose .............................. :
See Appended RM Results
Table 15.4.4
N/E
An additional indicator light provided on ME
EQUIPMENT with a stand-by state or a warm-up
state exceeding 15 s, except when apparent to
OPERATOR from normal operating position
--
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
N/A
No heaters provided.
Indicator lights provided on ME EQUIPMENT
incorporating non-luminous heaters to indicate
heaters are operational when a HAZARDOUS
SITUATION could exist, except when apparent to
OPERATOR from normal operating position
N/A
Requirement not applied to heated stylus-pens -for recording purposes
N/A
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Indicator lights provided on ME EQUIPMENT to
indicate an output exists where an accidental
or prolonged operation of output circuit could
constitute a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
Result - Remark
Power supply unit without
power on indicator light.
Verdict
N/A
Power supply unit is not end
medical product.
End product consideration.
Colours of indicator lights complied with 7.8.1
End product consideration.
N/A
Charging mode visibly indicated in ME
EQUIPMENT incorporating a means for charging
an INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCE
No charging mode provided.
N/A
15.4.5
RISKS associated with pre-set controls
See Appended RM Results
addressed in RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS when
Table 15.4.5
applicable as verified by review of RISK
No pre-set controls provided.
MANAGEMENT FILE .................................................. :
N/A
15.4.6
Actuating parts of controls of ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
15.4.6.1
a) Actuating parts cannot be pulled off or
loosened up during NORMAL USE
N/A
-b) Indication of scales (e.g., “on” “off”
positions, etc.) always corresponds to position
of controls with adjustment that can result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION for PATIENT or OPERATOR
while ME EQUIPMENT is in use
N/A
--
N/A
c) Incorrect connection of indicating device to
relevant component prevented by adequate
construction when it could be separated
without use of a TOOL
15.4.6.2
No actuating parts of
controls provided.
See appended Table 15.4.6
When torque values per Table 30 applied
between control knob and shaft of rotating
controls for not less than 2 s, 10 times in each
direction, knobs did not rotate ......................... :
N/A
Tests conducted by applying an axial force of See appended Table 15.4.6
60 N for electrical components and 100 N for
other components for 1 min when an axial pull
was required in NORMAL USE with no
unacceptable RISK .............................................. :
N/A
See appended Table 15.4.6
Stops of adequate mechanical strength
provided on rotating/ movable parts of controls
of ME EQUIPMENT where necessary to prevent an
unexpected change from max to min, or viceversa, of the controlled parameter when this
could cause a HAZARDOUS SITUATION .................. :
N/A
See appended Table 15.4.6
Torque values in Table 30 applied 10 times in
each direction to rotating controls for 2 sec.... :
N/A
See appended Table 15.4.6
Application of an axial force of 60 N for
electrical components and 100 N for other
components to rotating or movable parts of
controls for 1 min when an axial pull was
required in NORMAL USE ...................................... :
N/A
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15.4.7
Cord-connected HAND-HELD and foot-operated control devices
N/A
15.4.7.1
a) HAND-HELD control devices of ME EQUIPMENT
complied with 15.3.4.1
N/A
15.4.7.2
Result - Remark
-b) Foot-operated control device supported an
actuating force of 1350 N for 1 min applied over
an area of 30 mm diameter in its position of
NORMAL USE with no damage to device causing
an unacceptable RISK .......................................... :
N/A
Control device of HAND-HELD and foot-operated -control devices turned in all possible abnormal
positions and placed on a flat surface ............ :
N/A
--
N/A
No unacceptable RISK caused by changing
control setting when accidentally placed in an
abnormal position
15.4.7.3
EUT is not cord-connected
hand-held or foot-operated
control device.
Verdict
a) Foot-operated control device is at least IPX1 See appended Table 11.6
& complies with tests of IEC 60529 (IP Code) .. :
N/A
b) ENCLOSURE of foot operated control devices See appended Table 11.6
containing electrical circuits is at least IPX6
and RM Results Table
and complies with IEC 60529 if in NORMAL USE
15.4.7.3 b)
liquids are likely to be found (IP Code) ............. :
N/A
Probability of occurrence estimated as part of
--
N/A
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
2
15.4.8
Aluminum wires less than 16 mm in crosssectional area are not used
Aluminium wires not used.
15.4.9
a) Oil container in PORTABLE ME EQUIPMENT
allows for expansion of oil and is adequately
sealed to prevent loss of oil in any position
--
N/A
b) Oil containers in MOBILE ME EQUIPMENT sealed
to prevent loss of oil during transport
--
N/A
A pressure-release device operating during
optionally, provided
--
N/A
c) Partially sealed oil-filled ME EQUIPMENT and its -parts provided with means for checking the oil
level to detect leakage
N/A
--
N/A
P
NORMAL USE is,
ME EQUIPMENT and technical description
examined, and manual tests conducted to
confirm compliance with above requirements
15.5
M AINS SUPPLY TRANSFORMERS OF ME EQUIPMENT and transformers providing
separation in accordance with 8.5
P
15.5.1
Overheating
P
15.5.1.1
See appended Tables
Transformers of ME EQUIPMENT are protected
against overheating in the event of short circuit 15.5.1.2 and 15.5.1.3
or overload of output windings and comply
with this Clause and tests of 15.5.1.2 – 3 ......... :
P
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During tests, windings did not open, no
and maximum
temperatures of windings did not exceed
values in Table 31
Result - Remark
--
Verdict
P
HAZARDOUS SITUATION occurred,
See appended Table 15.5.2
Dielectric strength test of 8.8.3 conducted on
transformer after short circuit and overload
Switch mode transformer
tests ..................................................................... :
incorporated within the
equipment.
P
Dielectric strength test
according to Clause 8.8.3
performed.
15.5.1.2
See appended Table 15.5.1.2
Transformer output winding short circuited,
and test continued until protective device
operated or THERMAL STABILITY achieved .......... :
P
Short circuit applied directly across output
Short circuit performed on
windings for transformers not tested according transformer output
to 5X frequency and 5X voltage test of 15.5.2
windings.
P
15.5.1.3
Multiple overload tests conducted on windings See appended Table 15.5.1.3
with more than one protective device to
evaluate worst-case NORMAL USE loading and
protection............................................................. :
P
15.5.2
Transformer windings provided with adequate Switch mode transformer
insulation to prevent internal short-circuits that provided.
could cause overheating which could result in
a HAZARDOUS SITUATION
N/A
See appended Table 15.5.2
Dielectric strength tests were conducted in
accordance with requirements of this clause
with no breakdown of insulation system and no
detectable deterioration of transformer .......... :
N/A
15.5.3
Transformers forming MEANS OF PROTECTION as See appended Table 8.10
required by 8.5 comply with IEC 61558-1:1997,
Transformer tested within
Clause 5.12 .......................................................... :
the equipment.
P
16
ME SYSTEMS
N/A
16.1
After installation or subsequent modification,
See Appended RM Results
ME SYSTEM didn’t result in an unacceptable RISK Table 16.1
N/A
EUT is a single components
and therefore not treated as
ME system.
Only HAZARDS arising from combining various
equipment to form a ME SYSTEM considered
--
N/A
– ME SYSTEM provides the level of safety within
the PATIENT ENVIRONMENT equivalent to ME
EQUIPMENT complying with this standard
--
N/A
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--
N/A
– tests performed in NORMAL CONDITION, except
as specified
--
N/A
– tests performed under operating conditions
specified by MANUFACTURER of ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
-Safety tests previously conducted on
individual equipment of ME SYSTEM according to
relevant standards not repeated
N/A
--
N/A
Non-ME EQUIPMENT used in ME SYSTEM complied
with applicable IEC or ISO safety standards
--
N/A
Equipment relying only on BASIC INSULATION for
protection against electric shock not used in
--
N/A
– ME SYSTEM provides the level of safety outside
PATIENT ENVIRONMENT equivalent to equipment
complying with their respective IEC or ISO safety
standards
RISK MANAGEMENT methods, optionally, used by
MANUFACTURER of an ME SYSTEM reconfigurable
by RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION or OPERATOR to
determine configurations with highest RISKS
and measures to ensure any configuration of
ME SYSTEM will not present unacceptable RISKS
ME SYSTEM
16.2
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS of an ME SYSTEM
N/A
--
N/A
as a part of --
N/A
--
N/A
a) ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided for each -item of ME EQUIPMENT supplied by MANUFACTURER
N/A
--
N/A
c) the required information is provided:
--
N/A
– specifications, instructions for use as
intended by MANUFACTURER, and a list of all
items forming the ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
– instructions for installation, assembly, and
modification of ME SYSTEM to ensure continued
compliance with this standard
--
N/A
Documents containing all data necessary for
ME SYSTEM to be used as intended by
MANUFACTURER including a contact address
accompany ME SYSTEM or modified ME SYSTEM
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS regarded
ME SYSTEM
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS are, optionally,
provided in electronic format (e.g. electronic
file format or CD ROM) and ME SYSTEM is capable
of displaying or printing these documents
b) ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS provided for each
item of non-ME EQUIPMENT supplied by
MANUFACTURER
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Result - Remark
Verdict
– instructions for cleaning and, when
applicable, disinfecting and sterilizing each
item of equipment or equipment part forming
part of the ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
– additional safety measures to be applied
during installation of ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
– identification of parts of ME SYSTEM suitable
for use within the PATIENT ENVIRONMENT
--
N/A
– additional measures to be applied during
preventive maintenance
--
N/A
– a warning forbidding placement of MULTIPLE
SOCKET-OUTLET, when provided and it is a
separate item, on the floor
--
N/A
– a warning indicating an additional MULTIPLE
SOCKET-OUTLET or extension cord not to be
connected to ME SYSTEM
--
N/A
-– a warning to connect only items that have
been specified as part of ME SYSTEM or specified
as being compatible with ME SYSTEM
N/A
--
N/A
-– instructions indicating MULTIPLE SOCKETwith the ME SYSTEM to be used
only for supplying power to equipment
intended to form part of ME SYSTEM
N/A
– an explanation indicating RISKS of connecting -non-ME EQUIPMENT supplied as a part of ME
SYSTEM directly to wall outlet when non-ME
EQUIPMENT is intended to be supplied via a
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET with a separating
transformer
N/A
– an explanation indicating RISKS of connecting -any equipment supplied as a part of ME SYSTEM
to MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET
N/A
– permissible environmental conditions of use -for ME SYSTEM including conditions for transport
and storage
N/A
– instructions to OPERATOR not to,
simultaneously, touch parts referred to in 16.4
and PATIENT
--
N/A
d) the following instructions provided for use
by RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION:
--
N/A
– adjustment, cleaning, sterilization, and
disinfection PROCEDURES
--
N/A
– assembly of ME SYSTEMS and modifications
during actual service life shall be evaluated
based on the requirements of this standard
--
N/A
– maximum permissible load for any MULTIPLE
SOCKET-OUTLET(S) used with ME SYSTEM
OUTLETS provided
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Result - Remark
Verdict
16.3
Instructions for use of ME EQUIPMENT intended to -receive its power from other equipment in an
ME SYSTEM, describe the other equipment to
ensure compliance with these requirements
N/A
16.4
Parts of non-ME EQUIPMENT in PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT subject to contact by OPERATOR
during maintenance, calibration, after removal
of covers, connectors, etc., without use of a
TOOL operated at a voltage ≤ voltage in 8.4.2 c)
supplied from a source separated from SUPPLY
MAINS by two MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION
--
N/A
16.5
-Safety measures incorporating a SEPARATION
DEVICE applied when FUNCTIONAL CONNECTION
between ME EQUIPMENT and other items of an ME
SYSTEM or other systems can cause allowable
values of LEAKAGE CURRENT to exceed
N/A
SEPARATION DEVICE has dielectric strength,
CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES required for one
MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION appropriate for
highest voltage occurring across SEPARATION
DEVICE during a fault condition
--
N/A
WORKING VOLTAGE was highest voltage across
SEPARATION DEVICE during a fault condition, but
not less than MAXIMUM MAINS VOLTAGE (V)......... :
--
N/A
16.6
LEAKAGE CURRENTS
16.6.1
TOUCH CURRENT in NORMAL CONDITION, from or
between parts of ME SYSTEM within the PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT, did not exceed 100 µA ................ :
See appended Table 16.6.1
N/A
TOUCH CURRENT did not exceed 500 µA in event
of interruption of any non-PERMANENTLY
INSTALLED PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR, from or
between parts of ME SYSTEM within PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT ........................................................ :
See appended Table 16.6.1
N/A
16.6.2
Current in PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR of
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET did not exceed 5 mA.. :
--
N/A
16.6.3
PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT and total PATIENT
LEAKAGE CURRENT of ME SYSTEM in NORMAL
CONDITION did not exceed values specified for
ME EQUIPMENT in Tables 3 and 4 ......................... :
See appended Tables 8.7
8.7.4.7 and 16.6.1
N/A
Measurements made using a device as in
clause 8.7.4.4
--
N/A
16.7
ME SYSTEM complied with applicable
requirements of Clause 9 when a MECHANICAL
HAZARD existed .................................................... :
See applicable appended
Tables in section 9
N/A
16.8
Interruption and restoration of relevant power
connections of ME SYSTEM one at a time and all
connections simultaneously did not result in a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION other than interruption of
its intended function
--
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
16.9
ME SYSTEM connections and wiring
N/A
16.9.1
Incorrect connection of accessible connectors, See Appended RM Results
removable without a TOOL, prevented where a
Table 16.9.1
HAZARDOUS SITUATION could otherwise exist...... :
N/A
– Connectors complied with Clause 15.4.1
--
N/A
– Plugs for connection of PATIENT leads could
not be connected to other outlets of the same
ME SYSTEM likely to be located in PATIENT
ENVIRONMENT, except when examination of
connectors and interchanging them proved no
HAZARDOUS SITUATION could result
--
N/A
16.9.2
M AINS PARTS, components and layout
--
N/A
16.9.2.1
a) – MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET only allows
connection using a TOOL, or
--
N/A
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is of a type that
cannot accept MAINS PLUGS of any of the kinds
specified in IEC/TR 60083, or
--
N/A
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is supplied via a
separating transformer
--
N/A
b) – MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET marked with safety -sign 2 of Table D.2 (i.e., safety sign ISO 7010W001) visible in NORMAL USE, and
N/A
– marked either individually or in combinations, -with the maximum allowed continuous output
in amperes or volt-amperes, or
N/A
– marked to indicate the equipment or
equipment parts it may safely be attached to
--
N/A
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET is a separate item or
an integral part of ME EQUIPMENT or non-ME
--
N/A
c) MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET complied with IEC
60884-1 and the following requirements:
--
N/A
– CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES complied with 8.9
--
N/A
– It is CLASS I, and PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR
is connected to earthing contacts in socketoutlets
--
N/A
-– PROTECTIVE EARTH TERMINALS and PROTECTIVE
EARTH CONNECTIONS comply with 8.6, except total
impedance for ME SYSTEM was up to 400 mΩ
Ω, or
higher when conditions of 8.6.4 b) met (mΩ
Ω).. :
N/A
– ENCLOSURE complied with 8.4.2 d)
--
N/A
– M AINS TERMINAL DEVICES and wiring complied
with 8.11.4, when applicable
--
N/A
– RATINGS of components are not in conflict
with conditions of use ....................................... :
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
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Result - Remark
Verdict
– Electrical terminals and connectors of
incorrect
connection of accessible connectors
removable without a TOOL
--
N/A
– POWER SUPPLY CORD complied with 8.11.3
--
N/A
d) Additional requirements applied when
with a
separating transformer:
--
N/A
– Separating transformer complied with IEC
61558-2-1, except requirements of maximum
RATED output power of 1 kVA and degree of
protection IPX4 were not applied...................... :
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
– Separating transformer is CLASS I
--
N/A
– Degree of protection against ingress of water -specified as in IEC 60529
N/A
– Separating transformer assembly marked
according to 7.2 and 7.3
--
N/A
– MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET permanently
connected to separating transformer, or
socket-outlet of separating transformer
assembly cannot accept MAINS PLUGS as
identified in IEC/TR 60083
--
N/A
Removal of any single item of equipment in ME -SYSTEM will not interrupt the protective earthing
of any other part without simultaneous
disconnection of electrical supply to that part
N/A
Additional PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTORS can be -detachable only by use of a TOOL
N/A
--
N/A
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLETS prevent
MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET combined
16.9.2.2
16.9.2.3
Conductors connecting different items within
an ME SYSTEM protected against mechanical
damage
17
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY OF ME EQUIPMENT AND ME
SYSTEMS
N/E
RISKS associated with items addressed in RISK
MANAGEMENT PROCESS as confirmed by review . :
N/E
See Appended RM Results
Table 17
The risk management
requirements of the standard
were not addressed.
EUT is switch mode power
supply unit.
Electromagnetic
compatibility shall be
evaluated during end
medical product approval.
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Result - Remark
Verdict
– electromagnetic phenomena at locations
where ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM is to be used
as stated in ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS.............. :
--
N/E
– introduction of electromagnetic phenomena
into environment by ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM
that might degrade performance of other
devices, electrical equipment, and systems
--
N/E
ANNEX G
PROTECTION AGAINST HAZARDS OF IGNITION OF FLAMMABLE
ANESTHETIC MIXTURES
N/A
G.2
Locations and basic requirements
N/A
G.2.1
Parts of CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT in which a
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR occurs
are CATEGORY AP or APG ME EQUIPMENT and
complied with G.3, G.4, and G.5
EUT was not tested against
hazard of ignition of
flammable anaesthetic
mixtures.
N/A
G.2.2
FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR occurring -due to a leakage or discharge of a FLAMMABLE
AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or NITROUS OXIDE
from an ENCLOSURE considered 5 to 25 cm from
point of occurrence
N/A
G.2.3
A FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or -NITROUS OXIDE contained in a completely / partly
enclosed ME EQUIPMENT part and in PATIENT’S
respiratory tract 5 cm from an ENCLOSURE part
where leakage or discharge occurs
N/A
G.2.4
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof specified for use
with FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR (in a
location as in G.2.2) are CATEGORY AP or APG ME
EQUIPMENT and complied with G.4 and G.5
--
N/A
G.2.5
ME EQUIPMENT or parts thereof for use with
FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR
NITROUS OXIDE (location per G.2.2) are CATEGORY
APG ME EQUIPMENT and comply with G.4 and G.6
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT in G.2.3 to G.2.5 met appropriate
tests of G.3-G.5 conducted after tests of 11.6.6
and 11.6.7
--
N/A
G.3
Marking, ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS
G.3.1
CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT prominently
marked. With a green-coloured band ≥ 2 cm
wide with letters “APG” according to symbol 23
in Table D.1 .......................................................... :
See copies of Marking
Labels
N/A
Length of green-coloured band is ≥ 4 cm, and
size of marking is as large as possible for
particular case
--
N/A
When above marking not possible, relevant
information included in instructions for use ... :
--
N/A
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7.1.2 and 7.1.3
G.3.2
Result - Remark
--
CATEGORY AP ME EQUIPMENT prominently marked, See copies of Marking
with a green-coloured circle ≥ 2 cm in diameter, Labels
with characters “AP” according to symbol 22 in
Table D.1.............................................................. :
Verdict
N/A
N/A
--
N/A
When above marking not possible, the relevant -information included in instructions for use ... :
N/A
--
N/A
G.3.3
-The marking according to G.3.2 and G.3.3
placed on major part of ME EQUIPMENT for
CATEGORY AP or APG parts, and not repeated on
detachable parts that can only be used with the
marked EQUIPMENT
N/A
G.3.4
ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS contain an indication -enabling the RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION to
distinguish between CATEGORY AP and APG parts
N/A
--
N/A
Marking is as large as possible for the
particular case
Marking complied with tests and criteria of
7.1.2 and 7.1.3
G.3.5
Marking clearly indicates which parts are
CATEGORY AP or APG when only certain ME
EQUIPMENT parts are CATEGORY AP or APG
G.4
Common requirements for CATEGORY AP and CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT
N/A
G.4.1
a) CREEPAGE and CLEARANCES between points of
POWER SUPPLY CORD connection are according to
Table 12 for one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION
--
N/A
b) Connections, except those in circuits
described in G.5.3 and G.6.3, protected against
accidental disconnection in NORMAL USE or
connection and disconnection can be
performed only with a TOOL
--
N/A
c) CATEGORY AP and APG not provided with a
DETACHABLE POWER SUPPLY CORD, except when
--
N/A
circuit complied with G.5.3 and G.6.3
G.4.2
Construction details
N/A
a) Opening of an ENCLOSURE providing
protection against penetration of gases or
vapours into ME EQUIPMENT or its parts possible
only with a TOOL
--
N/A
b) ENCLOSURE complies with requirements to
minimize arcing and sparking due to
penetration of foreign objects........................... :
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
– no openings on top covers of ENCLOSURE,
except for openings for controls covered by
control knobs
--
N/A
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--
N/A
-– openings in base plates prevented
penetration of a solid cylindrical test rod of 12
mm in diameter applied in all directions without
appreciable force
N/A
c) Short circuiting conductor(s) to a conductive -part without presence of explosive gasses
where insulation may contact a part containing
a FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN or
NITROUS OXIDE, ignitable gases alone, or oxygen,
did not result in loss of integrity of the part, an
unacceptable temperature, or other HAZARD
N/A
a) Electrostatic charges prevented on CATEGORY -AP and APG ME EQUIPMENT by a combination of
appropriate measures
N/A
– openings in side-covers prevented
penetration of a solid cylindrical test rod of 4
mm in diameter applied in all possible
directions without appreciable force
G.4.3
Result - Remark
– Use of antistatic materials with a limited
electrical resistance as specified in G.4.3 b) ... :
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
– Provision of electrically conductive paths
from ME EQUIPMENT or its parts to a conductive
floor, protective earth or potential equalization
system, or via wheels to an antistatic floor of
medical room
--
N/A
-b) Electrical resistance limits of aesthetic
tubing, mattresses and pads, castor tires, and
other antistatic material complied with ISO
2882 based on measurements according to ISO
1853, ISO 2878 and ISO 23529 ........................... :
N/A
G.4.4
Corona cannot be produced by components or -parts of ME EQUIPMENT operating at more than
2000 V a.c. or 2400 V d.c. and not included in
ENCLOSURES complying with G.5.4 or G.5.5
N/A
G.5
Requirements and tests for CATEGORY AP ME EQUIPMENT, parts and components
N/A
G.5.1
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts or components do not
ignite FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURES WITH AIR
under NORMAL USE and CONDITIONS based on
compliance with G.5.2 to G.5.5 (inclusive)
--
N/A
-Alternatively, ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and
components complied with requirements of IEC
60079-0 for pressurized ENCLOSURES (IEC 600792); for sand-filled ENCLOSURES, IEC 60079-5; or
for oil immersed equipment, IEC 60079-6; and
with this standard excluding G.5.2 to G.5.5 ..... :
N/A
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ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components in
See appended Tables 11.1.1,
contact with gas mixtures in NORMAL USE and
11.1.2.1, 11.1.2.2, & 11.2.2.1
CONDITIONS not producing sparks and not
resulting in surface temperatures above 150 °C
in case of restricted or 200 °C in case of
unrestricted vertical air circulation measured at
25 °C comply with G.5.1 ..................................... :
G.5.3
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
producing sparks in NORMAL USE and CONDITION
complied with temperature requirements of
G.5.2, and Umax and Imax occurring in their
circuits, and complied as follows:
--
N/A
Measured Umax ≤ UzR with IzR as in Fig. G.1...... :
--
N/A
Measured Umax ≤ Uc with Cmax as in Fig. G.2 ... :
--
N/A
Measured Imax ≤ IzR with UzR as in Fig G.1 ....... :
--
N/A
Measured Imax ≤ IzL with Lmax and a Umax ≤ 24 V
as in Fig G.3 ....................................................... :
--
N/A
– Combinations of currents and corresponding -voltages within the limitations IzR.UzR ≤ 50 W
extrapolated from Fig G.1
N/A
No extrapolation made for voltages above 42 V
--
N/A
– Combinations of capacitances and
corresponding voltages within limitations of
2
C/2U ≤ 1.2 mJ extrapolated from Fig G.2
--
N/A
No extrapolation made for voltages above 242V --
N/A
--
N/A
– Combinations of currents and corresponding -2
inductances within limitations L/2I ≤ 0.3 mJ
extrapolated from Fig G.3
N/A
No extrapolation made for inductances larger
than 900 mH
--
N/A
– Umax was the highest supply voltage
occurring in circuit under investigation with
sparking contact open, taking into
consideration MAINS VOLTAGE variations in 4.10
--
N/A
– Imax was the highest current flowing in circuit -under investigation with sparking contact
closed, taking into consideration MAINS VOLTAGE
variations required in 4.10
N/A
– Cmax and Lmax taken as values occurring at the -component under investigation producing
sparks
N/A
– Peak value considered when a.c. supplied
N/A
Umax, additionally, determined using actual
resistance R when the equivalent resistance R
was less than 8000 Ω
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Verdict
N/A
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– An equivalent circuit calculated to determine
equivalent max capacitance, inductance, and
equivalent Umax and Imax, either as d.c. or a.c.
peak values in case of a complicated circuit ... :
Result - Remark
--
Temperature measurements made according to See appended Tables 11.1.1,
11.1, and Umax, Imax, R, Lmax , and Cmax
11.1.2.1, & 11.1.2.2
determined with application of Figs G.1-G.3... :
Alternatively, compliance was verified by
examination of design data............................... :
G.5.4
External ventilation with internal overpressure
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
--
N/A
-a) FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURES WITH AIR that
might have penetrated into ENCLOSURE of ME
EQUIPMENT or part removed by ventilation before
EQUIPMENT energized, and penetration of such
mixtures during operation was prevented by
maintenance of overpressure by means of air
without flammable gases, or by physiologically
acceptable inert gas (e.g., nitrogen)
N/A
--
N/A
Overpressure maintained at the site of potential -ignition even when air or inert gas could
escape through openings in ENCLOSURE
necessary for normal operation of ME EQUIPMENT
or its parts
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT could be energized only after the
required minimum overpressure was present
long enough to ventilate the ENCLOSURE so that
the displaced volume of air or inert gas was at
least five times the volume of ENCLOSURE
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT energized at will or repeatedly
when overpressure was continuously present
--
N/A
c) Ignition sources de-energized automatically
by means used where G.4 does not apply, or
complied with G.5 when during operation
overpressure dropped below 50 Pa (Pa) ......... :
--
N/A
d) External surface of ENCLOSURE in which
internal overpressure was maintained did not
exceed 150 °C in 25 °C ambient under NORMAL
USE and CONDITION (°C) ....................................... :
--
N/A
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
enclosed in an ENCLOSURE with external
ventilation by means of internal overpressure
complied with the following requirements:
b) Overpressure inside ENCLOSURE was 75 Pa,
min., in NORMAL CONDITION (Pa) .......................... :
G.5.5
--
Verdict
ENCLOSURES with restricted breathing
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
enclosed in an ENCLOSURE with restricted
breathing complied with the following:
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N/A
--
N/A
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a) A FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR did
not form inside ENCLOSURE with restricted
breathing when it was surrounded by a
FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR of a high
concentration for at least 30 min without any
pressure difference inside ENCLOSURE
--
N/A
b) Gasket or sealing material used to maintain
tightness complied with aging test B-b of IEC
60068-2-2, Clause 15, at 70 °C ± 2 °C and 96 h :
See appended Table 8.10
N/A
c) Gas-tightness of ENCLOSURE containing inlets -for flexible cords maintained when the cords
were stressed by bending or pulling
N/A
Cords are fitted with adequate anchorages to
limit stresses
--
N/A
After the test in G.5.4 b), an internal
overpressure of 400 Pa was created and 30
pulls of the value in Table G.1 applied to each
flexible cord in axial direction of cord inlet and
in the least favourable direction for 1 s
--
N/A
Overpressure not reduced below 200 Pa
--
N/A
Tests waived when examination of ENCLOSURE
indicated it is completely sealed or gas-tight
without a doubt (100 % degree of certainty)
--
N/A
Operating temperature of external surface of
≤ 150 °C in 25 °C (°C) .............. :
--
N/A
Steady state operating temperature of
measured (°C) ......................... :
--
N/A
ENCLOSURE was
ENCLOSURE also
G.6
CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT,
parts and components thereof
G.6.1
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components did
not ignite FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH
OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE under NORMAL USE and
N/A
--
N/A
-ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components not
complying with G.6.3 subjected to a CONTINUOUS
OPERATION test after attaining thermal steady
state (max. 3 h) over a period of 10 min in a
12.2 % ± 0.4 ether by volume/oxygen mixture
N/A
G.6.2
-Parts and components of CATEGORY APG ME
EQUIPMENT operating in a FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC
MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE supplied
from a source isolated from earth by insulation
equal to one MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION and
from electrical parts by insulation twice the
MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION .............................. :
N/A
G.6.3
Test of G.6.1 waived when the following
requirements were met in NORMAL USE and
under NORMAL and SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS ...... :
--
N/A
SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
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See Tables 11.1.1, 11.1.2.1,
11.1.2.2, 11.2.2.1, and 13.2
N/A
b) a temperature limit of 90 °C not exceeded,
See Tables 11.1.1, 11.1.2.1,
sparks produced in NORMAL USE, and SINGLE
11.1.2.2, and 13.2
FAULT CONDITIONS, except Umax and Imax occurring
in their circuits complied with requirements,
taking Cmax and Lmax into consideration:
N/A
Measured Umax ≤ UzR with IzR as in Fig. G.4 ..... :
--
N/A
Measured Umax ≤ UzC with Cmax as in Fig. G.5 ... :
--
N/A
Measured Imax ≤ IzR with UzR as in Fig G.4 ....... :
--
N/A
Measured Imax ≤ IzL with Lmax and a Umax ≤ 24 V
as in Fig G.6 ....................................................... :
--
N/A
– Extrapolation from Figs G.4, G.5, and G.6 was -limited to areas indicated
N/A
– Umax was the highest no-load voltage
occurring in the circuit under investigation,
taking into consideration mains voltage
variations as in 4.10
--
N/A
– Imax was the highest current flowing in the
circuit under investigation, taking into account
MAINS VOLTAGE variations as in 4.10
--
N/A
– Cmax and Lmax are values occurring in relevant -circuit
N/A
--
N/A
– Peak value taken into consideration when a.c. -supplied
N/A
– An equivalent circuit calculated to determine -max capacitance, inductance, and Umax and Imax,
either as d.c. or a.c. peak values in case of a
complicated circuit ............................................ :
N/A
--
N/A
Above requirement not applied to transformers -complying with this standard
N/A
--
N/A
a) no sparks produced and temperatures did
not exceed 90 °C, or
– Umax additionally determined with actual
resistance R when equivalent resistance R in
Fig G.5 was less than 8000 Ω
– When energy produced in an inductance or
capacitance in a circuit is limited by voltage or
current-limiting devices, two independent
components applied, to obtain the required
limitation even when a first fault (short or open
circuit) in one of these components
Above requirement not applied to wire-wound
current-limiting resistors provided with a
protection against unwinding of the wire in
case of rupture
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Compliance verified by examination of
parts, and
components , or
--
N/A
Temperature measurements made in
accordance with 11.1, or
See Tables 11.1.1, 11.1.2.1,
and 11.1.2.2
N/A
Umax, Imax, R, Lmax and Cmax determined together
with application of Figs G.4-G.6....................... :
--
N/A
Alternatively, compliance verified by
comparison with design data ............................:
--
N/A
CATEGORY APG ME EQUIPMENT,
G.6.4
See appended Table 8.10
ME EQUIPMENT, its parts, and components
heating a FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH
OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE provided with a nonSELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT and complied
with 15.4.2.1.......................................................... :
Current-carrying part of heating element is not
in direct contact with FLAMMABLE AESTHETIC
--
N/A
N/A
MIXTURE WITH OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE
G.7
Test apparatus for flammable mixtures
Test apparatus used was in accordance with
this Clause and Fig G.7
N/A
--
ANNEX L
INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE WITHOUT INTERLEAVED
INSULATION
L.1
BASIC, SUPPLEMENTARY, DOUBLE, and REINFORCED
INSULATION in wound components without
interleaved insulation complied with this Annex
covering round winding wires between 0.05
mm and 5.00 mm diameters
L.2
L.3
L.3.1
Approved triple insulation
wire used.
N/A
N/A
N/A
See list of critical
components for details.
Wire construction
N/A
Overlap of layers when wire is insulated with
two or more spirally wrapped layers of tape is
adequate to ensure continued overlap during
manufacture of wound component
--
N/A
Layers of spirally wrapped wire insulation are
sufficiently secured to maintain the overlap
--
N/A
Type Test
N/A
The wire subjected to tests of L.3.1 to L.3.4 at a -temperature and a relative humidity specified
N/A
Temperature (°C)................................................ :
--
—
Humidity (%)....................................................... :
--
—
Dielectric strength
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L.3.3
L.3.4
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Verdict
-Dielectric strength test of Clause 8.8.3 for the
appropriate type and number of MOP(s)
conducted by preparing the sample according
to IEC 60851-5:1996, Clause 4.4.1 for a twisted
pair with test voltages at least twice Tables 6 &
7, but not less than below with no breakdown:
N/A
– 3000 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
--
N/A
– 6000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V)............. :
--
N/A
Flexibility and adherence
N/A
Sample subjected to flexibility and adherence
test 8 of IEC 60851-3:1996, clause 5.1.1, using
mandrel diameters of Table L.1
--
N/A
Sample examined according to IEC 60851-3:
1997, clause 5.1.1.4, followed by dielectric test
of clause 8.8.3, except test voltage applied
between wire and mandrel with no breakdown
--
N/A
Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables
6 and 7but not less than the following:
--
N/A
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
--
N/A
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............ :
--
N/A
Tension applied to wire during winding on
mandrel calculated from the wire diameter
equivalent to 118 Mpa ± 11.8 Mpa ................... :
--
N/A
Heat Shock
N/A
Sample subjected to heat shock test 9 of IEC
60851-6:1996, followed by dielectric strength
test of clause 8.8.3, except test voltage applied
between the wire and mandrel
--
N/A
Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables
6 and 7, but not less than the following:
--
N/A
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V) ...................................................... :
--
N/A
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............ :
--
N/A
Oven temperature based on Table L.2 (°°C) ..... :
--
—
Mandrel diameter and tension applied as in
2
clause L.3.2, (Mpa; N/mm ) ............................... :
--
N/A
Dielectric strength test conducted at room
temperature after removal from the oven
--
N/A
Retention of electric strength after bending
Five samples prepared as in L.3.2 subjected to
dielectric strength and bending tests
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N/A
--
N/A
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Test voltage was at least the voltage in Tables
6 and 7, but not less than the following:
--
N/A
– 1500 V for BASIC and SUPPLEMENTARY
INSULATION (V)...................................................... :
--
N/A
– 3000 V for REINFORCED INSULATION (V) ............ :
--
N/A
Test voltage applied between the shot and
conductor.
--
N/A
Mandrel diameter and tension applied as in
2
L.3.2, (Mpa; N/mm ) ........................................... :
--
N/A
L.4
Tests during manufacture
L.4.1
Production line dielectric strength tests
conducted by the manufacture according to
L.4.2 and L.4.3 .....................................................:
See attached
manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
L.4.2
Test voltage for routine testing (100 % testing)
is at least the voltage in Tables 6 and 7 but not
less than the following:
--
N/A
– 1500 V r.m.s. or 2100 V peak for BASIC and
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION (V) ............................:
See manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
– 3000 V r.m.s. or 4200 V peak for REINFORCED
INSULATION (V) ......................................................:
See manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
Sampling tests conducted using twisted pair
samples (IEC 60851-5:1996, clause 4.4.1)
See manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
L.4.3
N/A
Minimum breakdown test voltage at least twice -the voltage in Tables 6 and 7 but not less than:
N/A
– 3000 V r.m.s. or 4200 V peak for BASIC and
See manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
See manufacturer’s routine
testing verification
N/A
SUPPLEMENTARY INSULATION
– 6000 V r.m.s. or 8400 V peak for REINFORCED
INSULATION
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4.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Risk Management Process for ME Equipment or ME
Systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
3.3a
3.5e
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
7
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
EUT is not end medical product. All clauses required checking of RMF shall be evaluated during end
medical product approval.
4.3
TABLE: ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
List of ESSENTIAL
PERFORMANCE functions
MANUFACTURER’S document number
reference or reference from this standard
or collateral or particular standard(s)
N/E
Remarks
Reinforced insulation
between primary and
secondary (2 x MOOP)
--
Tested in accordance with
IEC60601-1: 2005 to
comply with 2 x MOOP
requirements.
Basic insulation between
primary and protective earth
(1 x MOOP)
--
Tested in accordance with
IEC60601-1: 2005 to
comply with 1 x MOOP
requirements.
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TABLE: ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
List of ESSENTIAL
PERFORMANCE functions
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/E
MANUFACTURER’S document number
reference or reference from this standard
or collateral or particular standard(s)
Remarks
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
EUT is not end medical product. All clauses required checking of RMF shall be evaluated during end
medical product approval.
Essential performance is performance, the absence or degradation of which, would result in an
unacceptable risk.
For the EUT essential performance is considered 2 x Means Of Operator Protection (2 x MOOP) which
provided reinforced isolation to the operator within the equipment and 1 x Means Of Operator
Protection (1 x MOOP) which provided basic isolation to operator in additional to protective earth.
Unacceptable risk would occur in case of MOOP isolation break-down or degradation.
4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Essential Performance
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
4.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Equivalent Safety for ME Equipment of ME System
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
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N/E
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4.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: ME Equipment or system parts contacting the patient
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
No parts that can come into contact with the patient. No applied parts provided.
4.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Single Fault Condition for ME Equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. All applicable single fault
conditions performed according to the standard.
4.8
RM RESULTS TABLE: Components of ME Equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
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Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
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4.8
RM RESULTS TABLE: Components of ME Equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
N/E
Result - Remarks
Verdict
Supplementary Information:
IEC approved components provided within the unit. The risk management requirements of the
standard were not addressed.
See list of critical components for details.
4.9
RM RESULTS TABLE: Use of components with high-integrity characteristics
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
Approved components provided between primary and secondary circuit. Refer to List of critical
components.
4.11
TABLE: Power Input
P
Operating Conditions / Ratings
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Current
(A)
Power
(W)
Power factor
(cos φ)
GTM21089-1305 (desk-top version)
(output: 5,0 Vdc / 2,6 A)
Rated output load
90
50/60
0,366/0,366
18,1/18,0
--
Rated output load
100
50/60
0,355/0,331
17,8/17,8
--
Rated output load
120
50/60
0,284/0,280
17,5/17,5
--
Rated output load
132
50/60
0,261/0,257
17,5/17,4
--
Rated output load
180
50/60
0,207/0,203
17,8/17,5
--
Rated output load
200
50/60
0,192/0,189
17,9/17,8
--
Rated output load
220
50/60
0,182/0,180
17,6/17,6
--
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Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Current
(A)
Power
(W)
Power factor
(cos φ)
Rated output load
230
50/60
0,177/0,176
17,8/17,8
--
Rated output load
240
50/60
0,174/0,173
17,9/17,8
--
Rated output load
264
50/60
0,161/0,162
18,0/18,1
--
Operating Conditions / Ratings
GTM21089-1824 (Desk-top version)
(output: 24,0 Vdc / 0,75 A)
Rated output load
90
50/60
0,438/0,441
22,1/22,1
--
Rated output load
100
50/60
0,402/0,399
21,9/21,8
--
Rated output load
120
50/60
0,343/0,337
21,6/21,6
--
Rated output load
132
50/60
0,321/0,314
21,6/21,6
--
Rated output load
180
50/60
0,251/0,248
21,8/21,8
--
Rated output load
200
50/60
0,233/0,231
22,2/22,0
--
Rated output load
220
50/60
0,223/0,220
22,4/22,3
--
Rated output load
230
50/60
0,216/0,215
22,6/22,5
--
Rated output load
240
50/60
0,211/0,210
22,8/22,7
--
Rated output load
264
50/60
0,204/0,204
23,1/23,0
--
GTM21089-1848 (Desk-top version)
(output: 48,0 Vdc / 0,39 A)
Rated output load
90
50/60
0,461/0,466
23,4/23,4
--
Rated output load
100
50/60
0,423/0,420
23,2/23,2
--
Rated output load
120
50/60
0,366/0,359
23,1/23,1
--
Rated output load
132
50/60
0,336/0,331
23,1/23,1
--
Rated output load
180
50/60
0,266/0,262
23,4/23,4
--
Rated output load
200
50/60
0,252/0,248
23,6/23,6
--
Rated output load
220
50/60
0,234/0,232
23,9/23,8
--
Rated output load
230
50/60
0,228/0,227
24,0/23,9
--
Rated output load
240
50/60
0,222/0,221
24,1/24,1
--
Rated output load
264
50/60
0,211/0,211
24,6/24,5
--
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TABLE: Power Input
Operating Conditions / Ratings
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Current
(A)
Power
(W)
Power factor
(cos φ)
Supplementary Information:
Rated input voltage: 100-240 Vac
Rated input frequency: 50-60 Hz
Rated input current: 500-250 mA
Power input measurement performed on desk-top version to represent others.
5.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Type Tests
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary Information: /
5.4 a)
RM RESULTS TABLE: Other Conditions
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary Information:
Maximum ambient temperature: 40°C (specified by the manufacturer). The risk management
requirements of the standard were not addressed.
5.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Humidity preconditioning treatment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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5.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Humidity preconditioning treatment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
6.5
Supplementary Information:
Standard humidity treatment performed as declared by the manufacturer. Power supply unit is
intended for indoor use only.
5.9.2
TABLE: Determination of ACCESSIBLE parts
P
Location
Determination method (NOTE1)
Comments
Power supply enclosure
Visual
Live parts not accessible.
Enclosure without openings
provided to cover all live parts.
No doubts; therefore only visual
inspection performed.
Supplementary information:
NOTE 1 - The determination methods are: visual; rigid test finger; jointed test finger; test hook.
End product consideration for open-frame and PCB mounted version (no external enclosure
provided).
5.9.2.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Actuating mechanisms
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
No such parts.
7.1.2
TABLE: Legibility of Marking
Markings tested
P
Ambient illuminance
(lx)
Outside Markings (Clause 7.2) ................:
100-1500 lx
Inside Markings (Clause 7.3) ...................:
--
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Remarks
Marking plate
No markings to be read inside
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TABLE: Legibility of Marking
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Controls & Instruments (Clause 7.4) ...... :
--
No controls & instruments
Safety Signs (Clause 7.5) ......................... :
--
No safety signs
Symbols (Clause 7.6) ............................... :
100-1500 lx
Present on Marking plate
Supplementary information:
Observer, with a visual acuity of 0 on the log Minimum Angle of Resolution (log MAR) scale or 6/6 (20/20), reads
marking at ambient illuminance least favourable level in the range of 100 lx to 1,500 lx. The ME EQUIPMENT or its part
was positioned so that the viewpoint was the intended position of the OPERATOR at any point within the base of
a cone subtended by an angle of 30° to the axis normal to the centre of the plane of the marking and at a distance
of 1 m.
Marking plate provided on the outer side of the plastic enclosure. Power supply unit is not end
medical product.
Not relevant for open-frame and PCB mounted version (marking plate shall not be visible after final
installation within the end medical product).
7.1.3
TABLE: Durability of marking test
P
Characteristics of the Marking Label tested:
Remarks
Material of Marking Label ................................ Polyester label
Pass
Ink/other printing material or process ...................
Ink printing
Pass
Material (composition) of Warning Label .............
No warning labels provided on the
outer side of the enclosure.
N/A
Ink/other printing material or process ...................
--
N/A
Other...........................................................................
--
N/A
Supplementary information:
Marking rubbed by hand, first for 15 s with a cloth rag soaked with distilled water, then for 15 s with a
cloth rag soaked with methylated spirit, and then for 15 s with a cloth rag soaked with isopropyl
alcohol.
Marking plate provided on the outer side of the plastic enclosure (desk-top version) or on the
heatsink (open-frame version, PCB mounted version).
7.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Identification
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.4
Supplementary Information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/E
Verdict
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7.2.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: ME EQUIPMENT powered from other equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.4
Supplementary Information:
Mains operated equipment.
7.2.13
RM RESULTS TABLE: Physiological effects (safety signs and warning)
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.3
Supplementary Information:
EUT not produces physiological effects.
7.2.17
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protective packaging
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.3
6.4
Supplementary Information:
Protective packing not part of the investigation.
7.3.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Batteries
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
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RM RESULTS TABLE: Batteries
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.3
Supplementary Information:
No batteries inside. Mains operated equipment.
7.3.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Supply terminals
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
Supplementary Information:
No such terminals provided.
7.4.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Control devices
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
Supplementary Information:
No control devices provided.
7.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Safety signs
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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7.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Safety signs
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
6.3
Supplementary Information:
No safety signs provided.
7.9.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: General accompanying documents (See Table C.4)
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
Supplementary Information:
Paper version of accompanying documents provided by the manufacturer.
7.9.2.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Electrical power source
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.3
Supplementary Information:
No additional power source incorporated. Mains operated equipment.
7.9.3.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Replacement of fuses, power supply cords, other
parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Result - Remark
7.9.3.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Replacement of fuses, power supply cords, other
parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
EUT is not permanently installed equipment.
8.1 b(1)
RM RESULTS TABLE: Fundamental rule of protection against electric shock
- interruption of any one power-carrying conductor
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
Supplementary Information:
No conductor between ME equipment parts and separate enclosures.
8.1 b(2)
RM RESULTS TABLE: Fundamental rule of protection against electric shock
- unintended movement of a component
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
All internal components are mounted securely to prevent excessive bending (Reduction of creepage
and clearance distances prevented by design). Glue used to fix some internal components to prevent
reduction of creepage and clearance distances.
8.1 b(3)
RM RESULTS TABLE: Fundamental rule of protection against electric shock
- accidental detachment of conductors and connectors
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
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Result - Remark
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.3
Supplementary Information:
No such conductors. Output cable is provided with appropriate cord anchorage (relevant for desk-top
version). See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
8.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Connection to an external d.c. power sources
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary Information:
Mains operated equipment.
8.3 d
RM RESULTS TABLE: Requirements of Type BF or CF Applied Parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
6.2
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
See also RM Table for 4.6
Supplementary Information:
No applied parts provided.
8.4.2
TABLE: TABLE: Working Voltage / Power Measurement
1
Test supply voltage/frequency (V/Hz) .................................................................:
P
240 Vac / 50 Hz
Measured values
Location
From/To
Vrms
Vpk or
Vdc
Peak-to2
peak ripple
Power
W/VA
Remarks
Energy
(J)
Model: GTM21089-1305
Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
--
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5,21 Vdc
--
31,0 VA
--
Maximum output
current achieved:
5,94 A
(Output voltage: 1,00
Vdc)
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Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
Result - Remark
Verdict
TABLE: TABLE: Working Voltage / Power Measurement
--
5,21 Vdc
--
29,6 VA
--
P
Maximum output
current achieved (R12
shorted):
5,67 A
(Output voltage: 5,17
Vdc)
Model: GTM21089-1512
Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
--
Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
--
12,01 Vdc
--
31,6 VA
--
Maximum output
current achieved:
2,63 A
(Output voltage: 2,66
Vdc)
12,01 Vdc
--
34,4 VA
--
Maximum output
current achieved (R12
shorted):
2,86 A
(Output voltage: 11,70
Vdc)
Model: GTM21089-1824
Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
--
Measured
between
output
minus and
output plus
--
23,54 Vdc
--
42,4 VA
--
Maximum output
current achieved:
1,80 A
(Output voltage: 22,90
Vdc)
23,54 Vdc
--
42,4 VA
--
Maximum output
current achieved (R12
shorted):
1,80 A
(Output voltage: 23,38
Vdc)
Supplementary Information:
1. The input supply voltage to the ME EQUIPMENT shall be the RATED voltage or the voltage within the RATED voltage range
which results in the highest measured value. See clause 8.5.4.
2. If the d.c peak-to-peak ripple >10%, waveform considered as a.c. See clause 8.4.2.2
Output voltage during single fault conditions was recorded. Output voltage was below SELV limit. See
table 13.2: TABLE: single fault conditions in accordance with 13.2.2 to 13.2.13, inclusive.
In additional, evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits performed. See table:
evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits.
The energy on the output did not exceed 240 VA.
8.4.2 c
RM RESULTS TABLE: Accessible parts including applied parts
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N/A
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Result - Remark
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary Information: /
8.4.3
P
TABLE: ME EQUIPMENT for connection to a power source by a plug
- measurement of voltage or calculation of stored charge 1 s after
disconnection of plug from mains supply
Maximum allowable voltage (V) ............................................................................................ : 60
Voltage measured (V)
Voltage Measured Between:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Plug pins 1 and 2
2
6
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 1 and plug earth pin
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 2 and plug earth pin
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 1 and enclosure
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 2 and enclosure
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Maximum allowable stored charge when measured voltage exceeded 60 v (µ
µc) ...... : 45
Calculated stored charge (µ
µc)
Voltage Measured Between:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Plug pins 1 and 2
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 1 and plug earth pin
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 2 and plug earth pin
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 1 and enclosure
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Plug pin 2 and enclosure
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Supplementary information:
Supply voltage: 240 Vac
Discharged performed at peak input voltage; therefore test performed once at max. and min. peak input
voltage).
See next page for details.
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8.4.4
TABLE: Internal capacitive circuits – measurement of residual voltage or
calculation of the stored charge in capacitive circuits (i.e., accessible
capacitors or circuit parts) after de-energizing ME EQUIPMENT
Maximum allowable residual voltage (V):
60 V
Maximum allowable stored charge when residual voltage exceeded 60 V :
45 µC
Description of the capacitive circuit Measured residual
(i.e., accessible capacitor or circuit
voltage (V)
parts)
Calculated stored
charge (µ
µC)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
8.5.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Type B applied parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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8.5.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Type B applied parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.4
5
Supplementary Information:
No applied parts provided.
8.5.2.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: PATIENT Leads
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary Information:
No patient leads provided.
8.5.5.1a
N/A
TABLE: defibrillation-proof applied parts – measurement of hazardous
electrical energies
Test
Condition:
Figs. 9 & 10
Measurement
made on
accessible part
Applied part with
test voltage
Remarks
Test voltage
Measured
polarity
voltage between
Y1 and Y2 (mV)
Supplementary information:
No applied parts provided.
8.5.5.1b
TABLE: defibrillation-proof applied parts – verification of recovery time
Applied part with test
voltage
Test voltage Recovery time from
Measured
polarity
documents (s)
recovery time (s)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information:
No applied parts provided.
8.5.5.2
TABLE: DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS or PATIENT CONNECTIONS of
DEFIBRILLATION-PROOF APPLIED PARTS - Energy reduction test –measurement
N/A
of
Energy delivered to a 100 Ω load
Test Voltage applied to
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E1 (mJ)
E2 (mJ)
Energy E1
as % of E2 (%)
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PATIENT CONNECTION 1 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 2, 3, and 4 of the same
APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 2 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 3, and 4 of the same
APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 3 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 2, and 4 of the same
APPLIED PART connected to earth
PATIENT CONNECTION 4 or APPLIED PART with
PATIENT CONNECTIONS 1, 2, and 3 of the same
APPLIED PART connected to earth
Supplementary information: For compliance: E1 must at least 90% of E2
E1= Measured energy delivered to 100 Ω with ME Equipment connected;
E2= Measured energy delivered to 100 Ω without ME equipment connected.
No applied parts provided.
8.6.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protective earthing of moving parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary Information:
No moving parts provided.
8.6.4
TABLE: Impedance and current-carrying capability of PROTECTIVE EARTH
P
CONNECTIONS
Type of ME EQUIPMENT & impedance
measured between parts
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT,
impedance between PROTECTIVE EARTH
TERMINAL and a PROTECTIVELY EARTHED part
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Test current Voltage drop
(A)
measured
/Duration (s)
between
parts (V)
--
--
Maximum
calculated
impedance
(mΩ
Ω)
Maximum
allowable
impedance
(mΩ
Ω)
--
100
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ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIANCE INLET,
impedance between earth pin in the
APPLIANCE INLET and a PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
part
ME EQUIPMENT with an APPLIANCE INLET,
impedance between earth pin in the
APPLIANCE INLET and a PROTECTIVELY EARTHED
part
ME EQUIPMENT with a non-DETACHABLE POWER
SUPPLY CORD, impedance between the
protective earth pin in the MAINS PLUG and a
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED part
25 A
Verdict
0,068
2,8
100
0,143
3,6
100
--
--
200
(60 sec)
40 A
(120 sec.)
--
Supplementary information:
Relevant only for models with protective earth.
Measured between PE pin of appliance inlet and internal protective earth connection.
8.7
TABLE: leakage current
Type of leakage current and test
condition (including single faults)
Fig. 13 - Earth Leakage (ER)
P
Supply
voltage
(V)
—
Supply
Measured
frequency max. value
(Hz)
(µA)
—
—
Remarks
Maximum allowed values:
5 mA NC; 10 mA SFC
Model: GTM21089 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
93,2
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
93,2
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
138,9
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
138,3
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Model: GTM21096 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
84,4
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
84,0
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
123,5
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
123,2
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Model: GTM21089 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
96,8
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
95,9
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
141,0
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
141,3
Measured on desk-top
version with protective earth
Model: GTM21096 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
87,0
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
86,7
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
127,5
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
127,1
Measured on open-frame
version with protective earth.
—
—
—
Fig. 14 - Touch Current (TC)
Maximum allowed values:
100 uA NC; 500 uA SFC
Model: GTM-21089 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
88,4
Measured on output.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
88,4
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
129,4
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
129,4
Measured on output.
Model: GTM-21096 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
78,0
Measured on output.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
before humidity treatment
264
60
78,3
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, before
humidity treatment
264
60
112,4
Measured on output.
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interruption), reverse polarity, before
humidity treatment
Result - Remark
264
60
112,5
Verdict
Measured on output.
Model: GTM-21089 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
90,2
Measured on output.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
80,8
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
132,8
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
132,7
Measured on output.
Model: GTM-21096 series
Normal condition, normal polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
81,0
Measured on output.
Normal condition, reverse polarity,
after humidity treatment
264
60
80,8
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), normal polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
115,0
Measured on output.
Single fault condition (supply
interruption), reverse polarity, after
humidity treatment
264
60
114,9
Measured on output.
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 15 - Patient Leakage Current (P)
—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 10 uA NC; 50
uA SFC (d.c. current);
100 uA NC; 500 uA SFC (a.c.)
Type CF AP: 10 uA NC; 50 uA
SFC (d.c. or a.c. current)
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 16 - Patient leakage current with
mains on the F-type applied parts
(PM)
—
—
—
Type B: N/A
Type BF AP: 5000 uA
Type CF AP: 50 uA
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 17 - Patient leakage current with
external voltage on Signal
Input/Output part (SIP/SOP)
—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 10 uA NC; 50
uA SFC(d.c. current);
100 uA NC; 500 uA SFC (a.c.) ;
Type CF AP: 10 uA NC; 50 uA
SFC (d.c. or a.c. current)
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Fig. 18 - Patient leakage current with
external voltage on metal Accessible
Part that is not Protectively Earthed
Result - Remark
Verdict
Maximum allowed values:
—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 500 uA
Type CF: N/A
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 19 – Patient Auxiliary Current
—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 10 uA NC; 50
uA SFC (d.c. current);
100 uA NC; 500 uA SFC (a.c.) ;
Type CF AP: 10 uA NC;50 uA
SFC (d.c. or a.c. current)
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 15 and 20 – Total Patient
Leakage Current with all AP of same
type connected together
—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 50 uA NC;
100uA SFC (d.c. current);
500 uA NC; 1000 uA SFC (a.c.);
Type CF AP: 50 uA NC; 100 uA
SFC (d.c. or a.c. current)
Maximum allowed values:
Fig. 17 and 20 – Total Patient
Leakage Current with all AP of same
type connected together with
external voltage on SIP/SOP
Fig. 16 and 20 – Total Patient
Leakage Current with all AP of same
type connected together with
external voltage on F-type AP
Fig. 18 and 20 – Total Patient Leakage
Current with all AP of same type
connected together with external voltage
on metal Accessible Part not Protectively
Earthed
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—
—
—
Type B or BF AP: 50 uA NC;
100uA SFC (d.c. current);
500 uA NC;1000 uA SFC (a.c.);
Type CF AP: 50 uA NC; 100 uA
SFC (d.c. or a.c. current)
Maximum allowed values:
—
—
—
Type B: NA
Type BF: 5000uA
Type CF: 100 uA
Maximum allowed values:
—
—
—
Type B & BF: 1000 uA
Type CF: N/A
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Note 1: For EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT see 8.7.3 d) and 8.7.4.5;
Note 2: For TOUCH CURRENT see 8.7.3 c) and 8.7.4.6;
Note 3: For PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT SEE 8.7.3.b) and 8.7.4.7
Note 4: Total PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values are only relative to equipment with multiple APPLIED PARTS of the same
type. See 8.7.4.7 h). The individual APPLIED PARTS complied with the PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT values.
Note 5: In addition to conditions indicated in the Table, tests conducted at operating temperature and after
humidity preconditioning of 5.7, EQUIPMENT energized in stand-by condition and fully operating, max rated supply
frequency, at 110 % of the max RATED MAINS VOLTAGE, and after relevant tests of Clause 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage,
leakage, ingress of water and particulate matter, cleaning & disinfection, & sterilization).
ER - Earth leakage current
A - After humidity conditioning
TC – Touch current
B - Before humidity conditioning
P - Patient leakage current
1 - Switch closed or set to normal polarity
PA – Patient auxiliary current
0 - Switch open or set to reversed polarity
TP – Total Patient current
PM - Patient leakage current with mains on the applied parts
MD - Measuring device
NC - Normal condition
SFC - Single fault condition
Supplementary information:
Bridging capacitor provided between primary and secondary circuit (CY1= 1000 pF).
Touch current measured on the output for Class II power supply units (no protective earthing
provided).
Earth current measured on the models with protective earth.
8.8.3
TABLE: Dielectric strength test of solid insulating materials with safety function
– MEANS OF OPERATOR PROTECTION (MOOP) / MEANS OF PATIENT PROTECTION (MOPP)
Insulation under test
(area from insulation
diagram)
Primary to plastic
enclosure
Insulation Type
(1 or 2
MOOP/MOPP)
Reference Voltage
PEAK WORKING
VOLTAGE (U)
V peak
A.C. test
PEAK WORKING voltages in V
1
VOLTAGE (U)
r.m.s
V d.c.
354 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
2 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
2 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
1 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
1.707 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
2 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
See b) below.
Primary to
secondary
See c) below
Primary to protective
earth
See d) below.
Insulation foil
between PCB and
primary metal shield
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Dielectric
breakdown
after 1 minute
2
Yes/No
2 x MOOP
See a) below.
Primary to
secondary
P
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Silpad insulation
placed over the D8
2 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
Insulation tape (3
layers provided over
silpad placed over
the D8; therefore 2
layers tested for
reinforced
insulation)
2 x MOOP
480 V peak
--
3.000 Vac
No breakdown of the
insulation.
Supplementary information:
1
Alternatively, per the Table (i.e., __dc), a d.c. test voltage equal to the peak value of the a.c. test voltage used.
A) Immediately after humidity treatment of 5.7, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized, B) after required sterilization
PROCEDURE, ME EQUIPMENT de-energized, C) after reaching steady state operating temperature as during heating
test of 11.1.1, and D) after relevant tests of 11.6 (i.e., overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water, cleaning,
disinfection, and sterilization).
2
a) Dielectric strength test was performed between input (primary) and enclosure of the EUT (wrapped
into foil).
b) Dielectric strength test was performed between output and input (primary to secondary).
c) Dielectric strength test was performed on the transformer (transformer was removed from the EUT
before performing dielectric strength test.
d) Dielectric strength test was performed between primary and protective earth.
Dielectric strengths tests performed before humidity treatment, after humidity treatment, after
temperature tests and after single faults tests.
EUT was evaluated as two means of operator protection (2 x MOOP) between primary and secondary,
as two means of operator protection (2 x MOOP) between primary and accessible plastic enclosure and
as one means of operator protection (1 x MOOP) between primary and protective earth.
8.8.4.1
TABLE: Resistance to heat - Ball pressure test of thermoplastic parts
P
Allowed impression diameter (mm) .................:
≤ 2 mm

Force (N) ..............................................................:
20

Part/material
Test
temperature (°°C)
Impression
diameter (mm)
Supplementary information:
Approved thermoplastic materials used. See Table 8.10.
8.8.4.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Mechanical strength and resistance to heat
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
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Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
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8.8.4.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Mechanical strength and resistance to heat
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
N/E
Result - Remarks
Verdict
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
8.9.2
TABLE: Short circuiting of each single one of the CREEPAGE DISTANCES and AIR
CLEARANCES for insulation in the MAINS PART between parts of opposite
polarity in lieu of complying with the required measurements in 8.9.4
Specific areas of circuits shortcircuited and test conditions
Supplementary information:
Note 1:
AC - AIR CLEARANCE
Test in lieu of
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
CREEPAGE
DISTANCE or AIR
1
CLEARANCE
observed (i.e., fire hazard,
shock hazard, explosion,
discharge of parts, etc.)?
Yes/No
N/A
Remarks
CD - CREEPAGE DISTANCE
Sufficient creepage and clearance distances between parts of opposite polarity provided before
mains fuses. After mains fuses, distances verified by short circuit. See Table 13.2 for details.
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Test
Sequence
No.
Requirement + Test
Verdict
Table: Thermal cycling tests on one sample of insulating compound forming
solid insulation between conductive parts
Each test duration and
temperature
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
1
Result - Remark
Dielectric test voltage
(V = Test voltage in 8.8.3
times 1.6)
N/A
Dielectric strength test
after humidity
preconditioning per cl. 5.7
except for 48 h only,
Breakdown: Yes/No
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
2
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
3
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
4
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
Supplementary information:
1
T1 = 10 °C above the maximum temperature of relevant part determined per 11.1.1, or 85 °C, the
higher of the two. 10 °C not added to T1 when temperature measured by an embedded thermocouple.
Used gradual transition from one temperature to another.
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8.9.3.4
Test
Sequence
No.
Requirement + Test
Verdict
Table: Thermal cycling tests on one sample of cemented joint (see 8.9.3.3)
Each test duration and
temperature
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
1
Result - Remark
Dielectric test voltage
(V = Test voltage in 8.8.3
times 1.6)
N/A
Dielectric strength test
after humidity
preconditioning per cl. 5.7
except for 48 h only,
Breakdown: Yes/No
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
2
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
3
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
68 h at T1 ± 2 °C = ___°C
4
1
1 h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
2 h at 0 °C ± 2 °C
1 or more h at 25 °C ± 2 °C
Supplementary information:
1
T1 = 10 °C above the maximum temperature of relevant part determined per 11.1.1, or 85 °C, the
higher of the two. 10 °C not added to T1 when temperature measured by an embedded thermocouple.
Used gradual transition from one temperature to another.
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Result - Remark
Verdict
TABLE: List of critical components
Component/
Part No.
Enclosure
(electrical,
mechanical,
fire)
Manufacturer/
Trademark
Type
No./model No./
Tejin Chemicals LN-1250P
LN-1250G
P
Technical data
Min. 94V-0 at min. 1,5 IEC/EN
mm thickness
60601-1
Overall approx. 86,5
by 47 by 32 mm
(GTM21089,
Desk-top
version)
Standard
No./, Edition
(QMFZ2)
Mark(s) &
Certificates of
1
conformity
Accepted
UL E50075
Min. 2,3 mm thick
125°C
Constructed of two
parts secured
together by
ultrasonic welding.
SABIC
Innovative
Plastics
SE1X
SE1
SE100
HF500R
CX7211
EXCY0098
Various
Printed
circuit board
Various
Min. 94V-1 at min. 1,5 IEC/EN
60601-1
mm thickness
Overall approx. 86,5
by 47 by 32 mm
Accepted
(QMFZ2)
UL E45329
(ZPMV2)
UL approved
IEC/EN
60384-14
SEMKO
SE/0256-1
(FOWX2)
UL E165646
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40024534
(FOWX2)
UL E183780
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40023119
FOWX2)
UL E183780
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40018798
(FOWX2)
UL E147776
Min. 2,3 mm thick
95°C
Constructed of two
parts secured
together by
ultrasonic welding.
Min. UL94-V0
Min. 130°C
(PCB)
X Capacitor
(CX1)
PCX2
Pilkor
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
Min. 250 Vac
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Ultra Tech Xiphi HQX
Enterprise Co.,
Ltd.
Min. 250 Vac
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Ultra Tech Xiphi UTX
Min. 250 Vac
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Dain Electronics MPX
Co., Ltd.
Min. 250 Vac
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
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MPX
Shantou HighNew Technology
Development
Zone Songtian
Enterprise Co.,
ltd.
Min. 250 Vac
CTX
Min. 250 Vac
Cheng Tung
Industrial
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Tenta Electric
Industrial Co.
Ltd.
MEX
Min. 250 Vac
Max. 0,22 µF
Min X2 or X1
Appliance
inlet
(for models
without
protective
earth)
TECX Unions
Technology
Corp.
SO-222
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
Verdict
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40034679
(FOWX2)
UL E208107
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40022642
(FOWX2)
UL E193049
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 119119
FOWX2)
UL E222911
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40020337
(AXUT2)
UL E220004
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40025531
(AXUT2)
UL E217394
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40030168
(AXUT2)
UL E102641
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40030384
(AXUT2)
UL E184638
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40032028
(AXUT2)
UL E302229
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40034449
(AXUT2)
UL E226643
(for GTM
21089
models only)
CDJ-8
Shenzhen
Delikang
Electronics
Technology Co.,
Ltd.
Rong Feng
Industrial Co.,
Ltd.
RF-180
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
Rich Bay
Company Ltd.
R-201A
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
DB-8
Zhejiang LECI
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
Sun Fair Electric S-01
Wire & Cable
(HK) Co., Ltd.
250 Vac / 2,5 A
2-pins
(C8)
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Appliance
inlet
Rich Bay
Company Ltd.
Result - Remark
R-301SN
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(for models
with
protective
earth)
(C14)
Verdict
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40030228
(AXUT2)
UL E184638
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40014286
(AXUT2)
UL E152973
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40025582
(AXUT2)
UL E220004
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40028101
(AXUT2)
UL E102641
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40032008
(AXUT2)
UL E302229
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40034447
(AXUT2)
UL E226643
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40010513
(AXUT2)
UL E217394
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40030381
(AXUT2)
UL E184638
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40005430
(AXUT2)
UL E220004
(for GTM
21089 T3
models only)
SC-8
SUPERCOM
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
TECX Unions
Technology
Corp.
TU-301-SP
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
Rong Feng
Industrial Co.,
Ltd.
SS-120
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
DB-14
Zhejiang LECI
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
Sun Fair Electric S-03
Wire & Cable
(HK) Co., Ltd.
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
CDJ-3
Shenzhen
Delikang
Electronics
Technology Co.,
Ltd.
Appliance
inlet
Rich Bay
Company Ltd.
R-30790
250 Vac / 10 A
3-pins
(C14)
250 Vac / 2,5 A
3-pins
(for models
with
protective
earth)
(C6)
(for GTM
21089 T3A
models only)
TECX Unions
Technology
Corp.
TU-333
250 Vac / 2,5 A
3-pins
(C6)
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DB-6
Zhejiang LECI
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
250 Vac / 2,5 A
3-pins
(C6)
Sun Fair Electric S-02
Wire & Cable
(HK) Co., Ltd.
250 Vac / 2,5 A
3-pins
(C6)
Bridging
capacitor
CDJ-2
Shenzhen
Delikang
Electronics
Technology Co.,
Ltd.
250 Vac / 2,5 A
+ TDK
Min.250 Vac
CD
3-pins
(C6)
Max.1000pF
(CY1)
Min. Y1
SUCCESS
Electronics Co.
Ltd.
SE
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
JYA-NAY Co.,
Ltd.
JN
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
Haohua
Electronic Co.
CT7
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
Welson
WD
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
CHYUN FUH
Electronic Co.,
Ltd.
CD
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
Murata Mfg. Co., KX
Ltd.
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
DJ
ZHI WEI
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
Min.250 Vac
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Verdict
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40032465
(AXUT2)
UL E302229
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40034448
(AXUT2)
UL E226643
IEC/EN
60320-1
VDE 40015580
(AXUT2)
UL E217394
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 138526
(FOWX2)
UL E37861
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40008996
(FOWX2)
UL E114280
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40001831
UL E201384
(FOWX2)
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40003902
(FOWX2)
UL E233106
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40016157
(FOWX2)
UL E104572
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40001223
(FOWX2)
UL E202835
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40002831
(FOWX2)
UL E379921
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40032789
(FOWX2)
UL E330260
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CD
Shantou HighNew Technology
Developmnt
Zone Songtian
Enterprise Co.,
Ltd.
Min.250 Vac
AH
Min.250 Vac
Walsin
Technology
Corp.
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
Max.1000pF
Min. Y1
Bulk
Capacitor
Samxon
RD476M2GJ36 Max. 47 µF
TCSA
Min. 400 V
(C9)
Verdict
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40025754
(FOWX2)
UL E208107
IEC/EN
60384-14
VDE 40001804
(FOWX2)
UL E146544
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40012824
(JDYX)
UL E56092
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40066776
(JDYX)
UL E82636
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40001000
(JDYX)
UL E20624
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 50076791170-0038/82455
(JDYX2)
UL E67006
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 119113
(JDYX2)
UL E167295
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40016747
(JDYX2)
UL E163905
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40018790
(JDYX2)
UL E220181
Min. 105°C
Various
Various
Max. 47 µF
Min. 400 V
Min. 105°C
Fuse
(F1, F2)
Walter
Electronic Co.,
Ltd.
ICP
Conquer
Electronics
PDU
T1A250Vac
3,6 x 10 mm
(for
GTM21089)
Bel Fuse
T1A250Vac
3,6 x 10 mm
MRT
T1A250Vac
3,6 x 10 mm
Fuse
Wickmann
382 series
TR5
(F1, F2)
T1A250Vac
(for
GTM21096)
8,4 x 7,6 mm
SIBA GmbH
166050
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
ESKA
887.017
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
2000
Walter
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
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Conquer
Electronics
Result - Remark
MET
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
Sun East
TSP
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
Sun East
TMP
TR5
T1A250Vac
8,4 x 7,6 mm
Optocoupler
+ Lite-On
LTV-817
(U1)
Clearance/creepage
distance: 7,0 mm
min.
Verdict
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40017157
(JDYX2)
UL E82636
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40027173
(JDYX2)
UL E133774
IEC/EN
60127-3/4
VDE 40027218
(JDYX2)
UL E133774
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 94722
(FPQU2)
UL E113898
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 104801
(FPQU2)
UL E90700
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 40026857
(FPQU2)
UL E90700
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 132249
(FPQU2)
UL E214129
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 101347
(FPQU2)
UL E169586
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 101347
(FPQU2)
UL E169586
5000 Vac
100°C
Fairchild
H11A817B
Clearance/creepage
distance: 7,0 mm
min.
5000 Vac
100°C
Fairchild
FOD817C
Clearance/creepage
distance: 7,0 mm
min.
5000 Vac
100°C
EL817
Everlight
Electronics Co.,
Ltd.
Clearance/creepage
distance: 7,6 mm
min.
5000 Vac
100°C
Cosmo
Electronics
Corp.
K1010
Clearance/creepage
distance: 6,5 mm
min.
5300 Vac
100°C
Cosmo
Electronics
Corp.
KP1010
Clearance/creepage
distance: 6,5 mm
min.
5300 Vac
100°C
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Sharp
Result - Remark
PC817
Verdict
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 40008087
(FPQU2)
UL E64380
IEC/EN
60747
VDE 40007240
(FPQU2)
UL E64380
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EC
60601-1
Accepted
UL 94-V0
(QMFZ2)
UL E121855
63 mm by 40 mm,
min.0,40 mm thick
IEC/EC
60601-1
Accepted
UL 94-V0
(QMFZ2)
UL E256266
Clearance/creepage
distance: 6,4 mm
min.
5000 Vac
100°C
Bright LED
Electronics
Corp.
BPC-817
Clearance/creepage
distance: 7,6 mm
min.
5000 Vac
100°C
Resistor
bleeding
Various
Various
470 kΩ
Min. 1/8 W
(R8, R9)
Heat sink
Aluminium
L-shaped
Top dimensions: 36 mm by 40 mm, min. 0,8 mm thick
Side dimensions: 24 mm by 25 mm, min. 0,8 mm thick
Secured to PCB by soldering
Rear edge (on the output side of the power supply)
covered with insulation tape (1 layer) on both top and
bottom side (min. 8,0 mm)
Insulation
foil
L- shaped
FORMEX GK-18 or PT230N-T
Top dimensions: 28 mm by 32 mm, min.0,40 mm thick
Side dimensions: 19 mm by 18 mm, min. 0,40 mm thick
Provided between heat sink and transformer (top side)
and between insulator silpad around D8 and
transformer (side)
Insulator
silpad
Various
Various
Around D8
Min. 0,4 mm thick
Covered with 3 layer
of insulation tape
+ Formex
Insulation
foil provided
between PCB
and metal
primary
shield
ITW Electronics
Components
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Formex GK-18 63 mm by 40 mm,
min.0,40 mm thick
GK-17
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Mianyang
Longhua Film
Co., Ltd.
PC-870
SABIC
Innovative
Plastics
FR60 (GG)
FR63 (GG)
FR65 (GG)
Verdict
63 mm by 40 mm,
min.0,40 mm thick
IEC/EC
60601-1
Accepted
UL 94-V0
(QMFZ2)
UL E254551
63 mm by 40 mm,
min.0,40 mm thick
IEC/EC
60601-1
Accepted
UL 94-V0
(QMFZ2)
UL E121562
Min. 0,06 mm thick
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(OANZ2)
UL E17385
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(OANZ2)
UL E50292
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(OANZ2)
UL E165111
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted
(AVLV2)
UL approved
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted
(AVLV2)
UL approved
FR7 (GG)
FR700 (GG)
Insulation
tape
+ 3M Company
Mylar
Min. 130°C
Symbio Inc.
1350T-1
Min. 0,06 mm thick
44#
Min. 130°C
1350F, 1350-1
Yahua
35660Y
Min. 0,06 mm thick
Min. 130°C
Primary
wires
(between
Class II
appliance
inlet and
PCB)
Various
Protective
earth
conductor
Various
Various
Min. 22 AWG
Min. 80°C
Min. 300 V
Various
Min. 18 AWG
Min. 80°C
Green/yellow
insulation
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Transformer
(T1)
Result - Remark
+ Comp., open type construction
Alternative: BOAM or GlobTek or ZhongTong
Verdict
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(ECBT2)
UL E29179
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(ECBT2)
UL E29179
IEC/EN
60601-1
Accepted.
(ECBT2)
UL E179987
Primary: enamelled copper wire.
Secondary: triple insulated wire, Furukawa (TEX-E) or
Great Leoflon (TRWB) or equivalent
Bobbin: Phenolic, (QMFZ2) UR E59481, type +T373J,
T375J from Chang Chun, rated min. 94V-1 at min
thickness 0,45 mm, RTI 150°C or (QMFZ2) UR E41429;
type: PM-9820 from Sumitomo Bakelite, rated 94V-0 at
min. 0,16 mm thickness, measured thickness: 0,5 mm;
RTI=150°C or equivalent
Insulation: UL insulation system:
Electronics Corp., ST-2804, Class B
or BOAM, BOAM-01, Class B
or GlobTek, GTX-130-TM, Class B
or ZhongTong, ZT-130, Class B
Inductor
(+)
(LF1)
04A054
Alternative: Sunycore or BOAM or Globtek or
ZhongTong
Open type construction
Bobbin: T373J or T375J by Chang Chun, rated 94V-0 at
min. 0,45 mm thickness (T375J) or 94V-1 at min. 1,0 mm
thickness (T373J), (QMFZ2) UR E59481; RTI=150°C
Temperature class B
Input
connector
+ Molex
Electronics
A-41791 series UL94-V0
7 A / 250 Vac per
contact
(Model
GTM21096)
Class I construction:
3 pins
Class II construction:
2 pins
Output
connector
+ Molex
Electronics
A-42227 series UL94-V0
4 A / 250 Vac per
contact
(Model
GTM21096)
Joint Tech
Electronic
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
A2542 series
UL94-V0
4 A / 250 Vac per
contact
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Supplementary information:
1) An asterisk indicates a mark which assures the agreed level of surveillance. See Licenses and
Certificates of Conformity for verification.
+ means, that components from other vendor and other model number, but with the same or
better/higher rating and equivalent approvals are accepted.
8.10.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Fixing of components
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
All internal components mounted securely. Some internal components additionally fixed with glue.
See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
8.10.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Fixing of wiring
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
Output cable is provided with cord anchorage to prevent displacement of the secondary cable in case
of accidental displacement (desk-top version).
Open-frame and PCB mounted versions are provided with input/output connector (see enclosed
pictures of the unit for details).
8.10.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Mechanical protection of wiring
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
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Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No moving parts provided.
8.11.3.5
TABLE: Cord anchorages
Cord under test
N/A
Pull (N)
Mass of
equipment (kg)
Torque Nm)
Remarks
Supplementary information:
Cord anchorage provided only for secondary cable. See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
8.11.3.6
TABLE: Cord guard
Cord under test
N/A
Test mass
Measured curvature
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
8.11.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Mains fuses and over-current releases
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
Primary fuses incorporated in both supply leads. See enclosed pictures of the unit for details.
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9.2.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: HAZARDS associated with moving parts – General
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No moving parts.
9.2.2.2
TABLE: Measurement of gap “a” according to Table 20 (ISO 13852: 1996)
Part of body
Allowable adult
1
gap , mm
Measured adult
gap, mm
Allowable children
1
gap , mm
Body
> 500
> 500
Head
> 300 or < 120
> 300 or < 60
Leg
> 180
> 180
Foot
> 120 or < 35
> 120 or < 25
Toes
> 50
> 50
Arm
> 120
> 120
Hand, wrist, fist
> 100
> 100
Finger
> 25 or < 8
N/A
Measured children
gap, mm
> 25 or < 4
1
Supplementary information: In general, gaps for adults used, except when the device is specifically
designed for use with children, values for children applied.
9.2.2.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Movable guards
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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9.2.2.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Movable guards
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.2.2.4.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protective measures
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.2.2.5 c)
RM RESULTS TABLE: Continuous activation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.2.2.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Speed of movement(s)
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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9.2.2.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Speed of movement(s)
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.2.3.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Over travel
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.2.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Emergency stopping devices
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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9.2.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Emergency stopping devices
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Verdict
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
Supplementary information: /
9.2.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Release of patient
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Hazards associated with surfaces, corners and edges
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
P
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No rough surfaces, no sharp corners and no sharp edges.
9.4.2.1
TABLE: Instability—overbalance in transport position
ME EQUIPMENT
preparation
Supplementary information: /
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Test Condition (transport position)
N/A
Remarks
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Verdict
TABLE: Instability—overbalance excluding transport position
ME EQUIPMENT
preparation
Test Condition (excluding transport
position) Test either 5 ° incline and verify
Warning marking or 10 ° incline)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.2.3
TABLE: Instability—overbalance from horizontal and vertical forces
ME EQUIPMENT
preparation
Test Condition (force used, direction of
force, weight of equipment, location of
force
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.2.4.2 TABLE: Castors and wheels – Force for propulsion
ME EQUIPMENT
preparation
Test Condition (force location and height)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.2.4.3 TABLE: Castors and wheels – Movement over a threshold
ME EQUIPMENT
preparation
Test Condition (speed of movement)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.2.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Movement over a threshold
N/A
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
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Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
TABLE: Instability from unwanted lateral movement (including sliding) in
transport position
ME EQUIPMENT
Preparation
Test Condition (transport position,
working load, locking device(s), caster
position)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.3.2
N/A
TABLE: Instability from unwanted lateral movement (including sliding)
excluding transport position
ME EQUIPMENT
Preparation
Test Condition (working load, locking
device(s), caster position, force, force
location, force direction)
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
9.4.4
TABLE: Grips and other handling devices
Clause and Name of Test
Test Condition
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information:
No grips or other handling devices.
9.5.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protective means
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
9.6.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Acoustic energy – General
N/A
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
4.2
4.3
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Verdict
9.6.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Acoustic energy – General
N/A
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.6.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Infrasound and ultrasound energy
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.7.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pneumatic and hydraulic parts
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.7.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pressure rating of ME equipment parts
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
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ISO 14971
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.7.5
TABLE: Pressure vessels
Hydraulic,
Pneumatic or
Suitable Media
and Test
Pressure
Vessel Burst
N/A
Permanent
Deformation
Leaks
Vessel fluid
substance
Remarks
Supplementary Information:
No pressure vessels provided.
9.7.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pressure-control device
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.7.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pressure-relief device
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.3
4.4
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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9.7.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pressure-relief device
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Hazards associated with support systems - General
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Tensile safety factor
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.3.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Strength of patient or operator support or suspension
systems – General
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
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4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
TABLE: PATIENT support/suspension system - Static forces
9.8.3.2
ME EQUIPMENT
part
or area
Position
Load
Area
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary Information: /
9.8.3.2a, b
RM RESULTS TABLE: Static forces due to loading from persons
Clause of
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Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result – Remarks
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.3.3
TABLE: Support/Suspension System – Dynamic forces due to loading from
persons
ME EQUIPMENT
part or area
Position
Supplementary Information: /
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Load
Area
Remarks
N/A
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RM RESULTS TABLE: Systems with mechanical protective devices - General
Clause of
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Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Mechanical protective device for single activation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
9.8.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Systems without mechanical protective devices
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
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Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
10.1.1
TABLE: Measurement of X – radiation
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Maximum allowable radiation pA/kg ( µSv/h) (mR/h) 36 (5 µSv/h) (0.5 mR/h)
Surface area under test
1
Surface no./ Description
1/
/
2/
/
3/
/
4/
/
5/
/
6/
/
7/
/
8/
/
9/
/
10/
Measured Radiation,
Remarks
pA/kg (µSv/h) (mR/h)
/
1
Supplementary information: Measurements made at a distance of 5 cm from any surface to which
OPERATOR (other than SERVICE PERSONNEL) can gain access without a TOOL, is deliberately provided
with means of access, or is instructed to enter regardless of whether or not a TOOL is needed to gain
access
10.1.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: ME equipment intended to produce diagnostic or
therapeutic X-radiation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
10.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Alpha, beta, gamma, neutron & other particle radiation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
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N/A
Verdict
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(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
10.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Microwave radiation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
10.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Other visible electromagnetic radiation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
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Result – Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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10.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: RISK associated with infrared radiation other than
emitted by lasers and LEDs
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result – Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
10.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: RISK associated with ultraviolet radiation other than
emitted by lasers and LEDs
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
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N/A
Verdict
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P
TABLE: Thermal requirements
Supply voltage (V~) ........................ 90
100
240
264

Frequency (Hz) ................................ 60
60
50
50

Ambient T (°°C) ................................ 40
40
40
40

Maximum measured temperature T of
part/at:
Allowe
d
Tmax
(°°C)
Max measured temperature (°°C)
Model: GTM21089-1305 (Output load: 5,0 Vdc / 2,6 A)
1) PCB near D4
84,8
80,8
78,1
80,5
130
2) Optical insulator U1
78,1
75,2
77,5
80,1
100
3) Capacitor C9
78,8
71,5
69,0
71,0
105
4) T1 winding
95,1
90,7
89,8
93,1
120
5) T1 core
88,9
84,9
84,3
87,2
120
6) PCB near to Q2
87,0
83,5
89,8
93,5
130
7) PCB near to Q3
97,7
91,8
90,8
94,2
130
8) Capacitor C2
78,3
75,3
74,9
77,1
105
9) PCB near to D8
100,1
96,3
93,3
96,1
130
10) Inductor LF1
82,5
77,6
72,2
74,3
95
11) Case top
79,7
76,2
74,1
76,2
86
12) Case bottom
68,4
65,7
66,7
68,0
86
13) PCB
72,2
69,8
70,0
71,8
130
14) Inside enclosure
74,3
70,9
68,9
70,7
--
Input current (A)
0,337
0,292
0,155
0,143
--
Output voltage (Vdc)
5,0
5,0
5,0
5,0
--
Output current (A)
2,6
2,6
2,6
2,6
--
Duration (min)
120
90
120
90
--
Supplementary information:
Temperature rises of the transformer was measured with thermocouples (Class B transformer
provided inside the unit, 130°C - 10°C= 120°C).
Inductor NF1 and L1 are assumed to be Class A (105°C – 10°C= 95°C).
The printed circuit board (PCB) is rated 130°C.
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3e).
1) Plastic enclosure of the EUT is assumed to be touched by the operator for a time t (t < 1 second),
therefore limit 86°C applied for external plastic enclosure. Power supply unit is not intended to be
moved from one to another location during operation.
Test performed on desk-top power supply unit to cover all versions.
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TABLE: Thermal requirements Model: GTM21089-1305 (5,0 Vdc / 2,6 A)
Supply voltage (V~) ........................ 90
100
240
264

Frequency (Hz) ............................... 60
60
50
50

Ambient T (°°C) ................................ 40
40
40
40

Maximum measured temperature T of
part/at:
Allowe
d
Tmax
(°°C)
Max measured temperature (°°C)
1) PCB near D4
84,8
80,8
78,1
80,5
130
2) Optical insulator U1
78,1
75,2
77,5
80,1
100
3) Capacitor C9
78,8
71,5
69,0
71,0
105
4) T1 winding
95,1
90,7
89,8
93,1
120
5) T1 core
88,9
84,9
84,3
87,2
120
6) PCB near to Q2
87,0
83,5
89,8
93,5
130
7) PCB near to Q3
97,7
91,8
90,8
94,2
130
8) Capacitor C2
78,3
75,3
74,9
77,1
105
9) PCB near to D8
100,1
96,3
93,3
96,1
130
10) Inductor LF1
82,5
77,6
72,2
74,3
95
11) Case top
79,7
76,2
74,1
76,2
86
12) Case bottom
68,4
65,7
66,7
68,0
86
13) PCB
72,2
69,8
70,0
71,8
130
14) Inside enclosure
74,3
70,9
68,9
70,7
--
Input current (A)
0,337
0,292
0,155
0,143
--
Output voltage (Vdc)
5,0
5,0
5,0
5,0
--
Output current (A)
2,6
2,6
2,6
2,6
--
Duration (min)
120
90
120
90
--
Supplementary information:
Temperature rises of the transformer was measured with thermocouples (Class B transformer
provided inside the unit, 130°C - 10°C= 120°C).
Inductor NF1 and L1 are assumed to be Class A (105°C – 10°C= 95°C).
The printed circuit board (PCB) is rated 130°C.
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3e).
1) Plastic enclosure of the EUT is assumed to be touched by the operator for a time t (t < 1 second),
therefore limit 86°C applied for external plastic enclosure. Power supply unit is not intended to be
moved from one to another location during operation.
Test performed on desk-top power supply unit to cover all versions.
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TABLE: Thermal requirements Model: GTM21089-1824 (24,0 Vdc / 0,75 A)
Supply voltage (V~) ........................ 90
100
240
264

Frequency (Hz) ................................ 60
60
50
50

Ambient T (°°C) ................................ 40
40
40
40

Maximum measured temperature T of
part/at:
Allowe
d
Tmax
(°°C)
Max measured temperature (°°C)
1) PCB near D4
82,5
79,2
76,5
78,9
130
2) Optical insulator U1
73,8
72,0
78,9
82,0
100
3) Capacitor C9
75,6
72,5
70,2
72,6
105
4) T1 winding
87,9
84,6
86,4
89,8
120
5) T1 core
83,7
80,7
83,2
86,5
120
6) PCB near to Q2
85,3
83,8
100,9
106,0
130
7) PCB near to Q3
90,9
86,7
90,7
95,1
130
8) Capacitor C2
72,1
70,1
73,1
75,5
105
9) PCB near to D8
78,4
76,3
78,5
81,4
130
10) Inductor LF1
82,4
77,9
72,6
75,1
95
11) Case top
74,5
71,6
72,0
75,0
86
12) Case bottom
65,3
64,0
66,8
68,2
86
13) PCB
72,5
70,6
74,1
76,6
130
14) Inside enclosure
80,8
78,0
79,4
82,1
--
Input current (A)
0,385
0,344
0,182
0,169
--
Output voltage (Vdc)
24,0
24,0
24,0
24,0
--
Output current (A)
0,75
0,75
0,75
0,75
--
Duration (min)
120
90
120
90
--
Supplementary information:
Temperature rises of the transformer was measured with thermocouples (Class B transformer
provided inside the unit, 130°C - 10°C= 120°C).
Inductor NF1 and L1 are assumed to be Class A (105°C – 10°C= 95°C).
The printed circuit board (PCB) is rated 130°C.
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3e).
1) Plastic enclosure of the EUT is assumed to be touched by the operator for a time t (t < 1 second),
therefore limit 86°C applied for external plastic enclosure. Power supply unit is not intended to be
moved from one to another location during operation.
Test performed on desk-top power supply unit to cover all versions.
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TABLE: Thermal requirements Model: GTM21089-1948 (48,0 Vdc / 0,4 A)
Supply voltage (V~) ........................ 90
100
240
264

Frequency (Hz) ............................... 60
60
50
50

Ambient T (°°C) ................................ 40
40
40
40

Maximum measured temperature T of
part/at:
Allowe
d
Tmax
(°°C)
Max measured temperature (°°C)
1) PCB near D4
91,1
88,4
93,0
97,1
130
2) Optical insulator U1
80,7
79,4
89,2
92,9
100
3) Capacitor C9
82,2
79,6
80,5
83,6
105
4) T1 winding
94,5
92,3
100,1
104,4
120
5) T1 core
91,8
89,8
97,6
101,8
120
6) PCB near to Q2
84,7
83,4
95,0
99,5
130
7) PCB near to Q3
91,6
89,2
95,7
100,2
130
8) Capacitor C2
84,4
83,4
97,0
101,2
105
9) Inductor LF1
86,9
83,1
81,5
84,5
95
10) Case top
79,5
77,6
82,0
85,5 *)
86
11) Case bottom
70,8
69,4
75,8
78,3
86
12) PCB
81,2
79,6
87,8
91,5
130
13) Inside enclosure
71,1
69,1
71,1
73,8
--
Input current (A)
0,405
0,363
0,193
0,183
--
Output voltage (Vdc)
48,0
48,0
48,0
48,0
--
Output current (A)
0,4
0,4
0,4
0,4
--
Duration (min)
120
90
120
90
--
Supplementary information:
Temperature rises of the transformer was measured with thermocouples (Class B transformer
provided inside the unit, 130°C - 10°C= 120°C).
Inductor NF1 and L1 are assumed to be Class A (105°C – 10°C= 95°C).
The printed circuit board (PCB) is rated 130°C.
Max temperature determined in accordance with 11.1.3e).
1) Plastic enclosure of the EUT is assumed to be touched by the operator for a time t (t < 1 second),
therefore limit 86°C applied for external plastic enclosure. Power supply unit is not intended to be
moved from one to another location during operation.
Test performed on desk-top power supply unit to cover all versions.
*) It is not possible to state compliance using a 95% coverage probability for the expanded
uncertainty. Expanded uncertainty: U = 3°C (coverage factor kp = 2; confidence level: 95 %).
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RM RESULTS TABLE: Maximum temperature during normal use
(Table 23 or 24)
Clause of
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Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
11.1.2.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Applied parts intended to supply heat to patient
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No applied parts. Power supply unit is part of the investigation.
11.1.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Applied parts not intended to supply heat to patient
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
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Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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11.1.2.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Applied parts not intended to supply heat to patient
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No applied parts. Power supply unit is part of the investigation.
11.1.3
TABLE: Temperature of windings by change-of-resistance method
Temperature T of winding:
t1 (°C)
R1 (Ω
Ω)
t2 (°C)
R2 (Ω
Ω)
T (°°C)
N/A
Allowed Insulatio
Tmax (°°C) n class
Supplementary information:
Switch mode transformer incorporated. Temperature rise measured on the power transformer
windings was measured on the transformer windings by thermocouple.
11.1.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Measurements
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
Temperature measurements performed. Test corner used. Temperature of test corner not exceeds
90°C in normal conditions.
11.2.2.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Risk of fire in an oxygen rich environment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
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Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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RM RESULTS TABLE: Risk of fire in an oxygen rich environment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
Not evaluated.
11.2.2.1
TABLE: Alternative method to 11.2.2.1 a) 5) to determine existence of an
ignition source
Areas where sparking might cause ignition:
N/A
Remarks
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
Materials of the parts between which sparks could occur (Composition, Grade
Designation, Manufacturer):
Remarks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Test parameters selected representing worst case conditions for ME EQUIPMENT:
Oxygen concentration (%) ................:
Fuel.......................................................:
Current (A)...........................................:
Voltage (V) ...........................................:
Capacitance (µ
µF).................................:
Inductance or resistance (h or Ω) ....:
No. of trials (300 Min).........................:
Sparks resulted in ignition (Yes/No) :
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Supplementary information:
Test procedure of 11.2.2.1 a) 5) & Figs 35-37 used for tests. For circuits not in Figs 35-37, test voltage or
current set at 3 times the worst case values with other parameters set at worst case values to
determine if ignition can occur.
11.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Constructional requirements for fire enclosures of ME
equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
11.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: ME equipment and ME systems intended for use in
conjunction with flammable agents
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT not evaluated for use in
conjunction with flammable agents.
11.6.1
N/E
TABLE: overflow, spillage, leakage, ingress of water, cleaning, disinfection,
sterilization, compatibility with substances
Clause / Test Name
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Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT is not end medical
product. Shall be considered within end product investigation.
11.6.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Overflow in ME equipment
N/E
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
11.6.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Spillage on ME equipment and ME system
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed.
11.6.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Ingress of water or particulate matter into ME
EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
No protection against ingress of water provided (ordinary equipment).
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
Verdict
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11.6.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Cleaning and disinfection of ME equipment and ME
systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT is not end medical
product. Shall be considered within end product investigation.
11.6.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Sterilization of ME equipment and ME systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT is not end medical
product. Shall be considered within end product investigation.
11.6.8
RM RESULTS TABLE: Compatibility with substances used
Clause of
ISO 14971
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4.2
4.3
4.4
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
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11.6.8
RM RESULTS TABLE: Compatibility with substances used
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/E
Verdict
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT is not end medical
product. Shall be considered within end product investigation.
12.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Accuracy of controls and equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No controls provided. Power supply unit is part of the investigation.
12.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Alarm systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
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4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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12.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Alarm systems
Clause of
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Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
Supplementary information:
No alarm incorporated.
12.4.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Intentional exceeding of safety limits
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
12.4.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Indication of parameters relevant to safety
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No energy delivered to the patient.
12.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Accidental selection of excessive output values
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
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4.2
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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12.4.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Accidental selection of excessive output values
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
12.4.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Incorrect output
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
EUT is power supply unit with single SELV output. During single fault conditions, output voltage was
below SELV limit.
12.4.5.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Diagnostic X-ray equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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12.4.5.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Diagnostic X-ray equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
6.5
Supplementary information:
EUT is not diagnostic X-ray equipment.
12.4.5.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Radiotherapy equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
12.4.5.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Other ME equipment producing diagnostic or
therapeutic radiation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
12.4.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Diagnostic or therapeutic acoustic pressure
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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12.4.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Diagnostic or therapeutic acoustic pressure
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
13.1.2
TABLE: measurement of power or energy dissipation in parts & components to
waive SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in 4.7, 8.1 b), 8.7.2, and 13.2.2 relative to
emission of flames, molten metal, or ignitable substances
Power dissipated less than (W)................................ :
15
Energy dissipated less than (J)................................ :
900
Part or component
tested
Measured
power
dissipated (W)
Calculated energy SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS
dissipated (J)
waived (Yes/No)
N/A
Remarks
Supplementary information: /
13.2
Clause
No.
13.2.2
TABLE: SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS in accordance with 13.2.2 to 13.2.13, inclusive
Results observed
(Yes/No)
—
1) Short circuit of T1 (Pin 1 to Pin 3)
No output voltage.
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Primary fuse opened
immediately.
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
HAZARDOUS
SITUATION
Description of SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
Electrical SINGLE FAULT CONDITIONS per Clause 8.1:
P
—
NO
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
2) Short circuit of T1 (Pin 2 to Pin 4)
No output voltage.
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Primary fuse opened
immediately.
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
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Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Result - Remark
Output voltage dropped to 0
V immediately.
Verdict
NO
Primary fuse opened
immediately.
Unit damaged.
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
4) Short circuit of D3
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Output voltage dropped to 0
V immediately.
NO
Primary fuse opened
immediately.
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
5) Short circuit of U1 (shorted primary pins)
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Rated load
Output voltage dropped to 0
V immediately.
NO
No high temperature rises
observed.
After removal of SC, unit
operated normally.
No fire, no hazard.
6) Short circuit of U1 (shorted primary pins)
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Rated load
Output voltage slowly
dropped from 24 Vdc to 10
Vdc.
No high temperature rises
observed.
After removal of SC, unit
operated normally.
No fire, no hazard.
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7) Short circuit of U1 (shorted secondary pins)
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Result - Remark
Output voltage increased to
55,2 Vdc and then dropped
to 0 Vdc.
Verdict
NO
Model: GTM21089-1948 (48 Vdc output)
No load
After 2 min. unit damaged.
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
8) Short circuit of D8
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Output voltage dropped to 0
V immediately.
NO
No high temperature rises
observed.
After removal of SC, unit
operated normally.
No fire, no hazard.
9) Short circuit of C3
Resistor R13 damaged.
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
No changes of the output
voltage and current.
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
NO
No high temperature rises
observed.
No fire, no hazard.
10) Transformer T1 (Pin 6 to Pin 8)
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1824 (24 Vdc output)
Output voltage dropped to 0
Vdc.
NO
No high temperature rises
were observed.
No fire, no hazard.
11) Output short circuit
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Model: GTM21089-1948 (48 Vdc output)
Output voltage dropped to 0
V immediately.
Output current increased to
1,28 A.
After 1 minute, primary fuse
opened.
No fire, no hazard.
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12) Output overload
Input current: 0,381 A
Supply voltage: 90 Vac
Output current: 2,93 A
Model: GTM21089-1305
Maximum temperature on
transformer: 105,4°C at
39,8°C ambient temperature.
Verdict
NO
No fire, no hazard.
13) Output overload
Input current: 0,250 A
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Output current: 4,63 A
Model: GTM21089-1305
Maximum temperature on
transformer: 138,1°C at
39,8°C ambient temperature.
NO
No fire, no hazard.
After 1 hour, unit damaged.
14) Output overload
Input current: 0,469 A
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Output current: 0,900 A
Model: GTM21089-1824
Maximum temperature on
transformer: 107,6°C at
39,8°C ambient temperature.
NO
No fire, no hazard.
15) Output overload
Input current: 0,544 A
Supply voltage: 264 Vac
Output current: 0,570 A
Model: GTM21089-1948
Maximum temperature on
transformer: 122,4°C at
39,9°C ambient temperature.
NO
No fire, no hazard.
16) Output overload
Input current: 0,422 A
Supply voltage: 90 Vac
Output current: 1,040 A
Model: GTM21089-1948
Maximum temperature on
transformer: 164,4°C at
39,8°C ambient temperature.
NO
No fire, no hazard.
After 1 hour, unit damaged.
13.2.3
Overheating of transformers per Clause 15.5:
—
SEE TABLE 15.5.1.2 and 15.5.1.3 for details.
13.2.4
Failure of THERMOSTATS according to 13.2.13 &
15.4.2, overloading - THERMOSTATS short circuited
or interrupted, the less favourable of the two:
—
NO
—
—
N/A
13.2.5
Failure of temperature limiting devices according
to 13.2.13 & 15.4.2, overloading, THERMOSTATS
short circuited or interrupted, the less favourable
of the two:
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N/A
13.2.6
Leakage of liquid - RISK MANAGEMENT FILE
examined to determine the appropriate test
conditions (sealed rechargeable batteries
exempted)
—
—
N/A
13.2.7
Impairment of cooling that could result in a
test method of 11.1:
—
—
HAZARD using
Single ventilation fans locked consecutively
N/A
Ventilation openings on top and sides impaired
by covering openings on top of ENCLOSURE or
positioning of ME EQUIPMENT against walls
N/A
Simulated blocking of filters
N/A
Flow of a cooling agent interrupted
N/A
N/A
13.2.8
Locking of moving parts – Only one part locked
at a time – Also see 13.2.10 below:
—
—
N/A
13.2.9
Interruption and short circuiting of motor
capacitors – Motor capacitors short & open
1
circuited – Also see 13.10
—
—
N/A
13.2.10
Additional test criteria for motor operated ME
EQUIPMENT in 13.2.8 &13.2.9:
—
—
For every test in SINGLE FAULT CONDITION of 13.2.8
and 13.2.9, motor-operated EQUIPMENT stared
from COLD CONDITION at RATED voltage or at the
upper limit of RATED voltage range for specified
time:
N/A
Temperatures of windings determined at the end
of specified test periods or at the instant of
operation of fuses, THERMAL CUT-OUTS, motor
protective devices
N/A
Temperatures measured as specified in 11.1.3 d)
N/A
Temperatures did not exceed limits of Table 26
N/A
N/A
13.2.11
Failures of components in ME EQUIPMENT used in
conjunction with OXYGEN RICH ENVIRONMENTS:
—
—
N/A
13.2.12
Failure of parts that might result in a MECHANICAL
HAZARD (See 9 & 15.3):
—
—
N/A
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Supplementary information:
1
Test with short-circuited capacitor not performed when motor provided with a capacitor complying with IEC 60252-1 and the ME
intended for unattended use including automatic or remote control. See Attachment # and appended Table 8.10.
EQUIPMENT not
There was no flame, extensive smoke or melted metal during single fault testing.
When components were failing, the test was repeated two times.
13.2.6
RM RESULTS TABLE: Leakage of liquid
Clause of
ISO 14971
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Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
14.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Programmable electrical medical systems - General
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information: /
14.6.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Identification of known and foreseeable hazards
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.3
Supplementary information: /
14.6.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Risk control
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
6.1
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Supplementary information: /
14.7
RM RESULTS TABLE: Requirement specification
N/A
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
6.3
Supplementary information: /
14.8
RM RESULTS TABLE: Architecture
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
6.3
Supplementary information: /
14.9
RM RESULTS TABLE: Design and Implementation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
6.2
6.3
Supplementary information: /
14.10
RM RESULTS TABLE: Verification
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
6.3
Supplementary information: /
14.11
RM RESULTS TABLE: PEMS validation
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
6.3
Supplementary information: /
14.13
RM RESULTS TABLE: Connection of PEMS by NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
to other equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Result - Remark
14.13
RM RESULTS TABLE: Connection of PEMS by NETWORK/DATA COUPLING
to other equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
Supplementary information: /
15.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Construction of ME equipment – Arrangements of
controls and indicators of ME equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
Power supply unit is provided without controls and indicators. Power supply unit is not end medical
product. End product consideration.
15.3
Clause
15.3.2
TABLE: Mechanical Strength tests
Name of Test
Push Test
1)
Test conditions
Force = 250 N ± 10 N for 5 s
P
Observed results/Remarks
Test performed on external
parts of the enclosure.
No damage of the enclosure, no
cracks.
Not relevant for open-frame and
PCB mounted version.
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Impact Test
Result - Remark
Steel ball (50 mm in dia., 500 g ± 25
g) falling from a 1,3 m
Verdict
Test performed all sides of the
enclosure.
No damage of the enclosure, no
cracks.
Not relevant for open-frame and
PCB mounted version.
15.3.4.2
Drop Test (portable
equipment)
Drop height: 5 cm
No damage of the enclosure, no
cracks.
Test performed on desk-top
version.
Not relevant for open-frame and
PCB mounted version.
15.3.6
Mould Stress Relief
7 h in oven at temperature (°C) =
96°C
Whole equipment placed into
the circulating air oven for 7
hours.
Maximum temperature
measured on the outer
enclosure during normal use of
the equipment: 85,5°C.
No damage of the enclosure.
Not relevant for open-frame and
PCB mounted version.
1)
Supplementary information: As applicable, Push, Impact, Drop, Mould Stress Relief and Rough
Handling Tests (delete not applicable rows).
15.3.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Push test
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
No damage of the enclosure after push test.
15.3.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Impact test
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Result - Remark
15.3.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Impact test
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
Supplementary information:
No damage of the enclosure after impact test.
15.3.4.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Portable ME equipment
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
No damage of the enclosure after drop test.
15.3.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Rough handling test
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
EUT is not mobile equipment.
15.4.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Construction of connectors
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Result - Remark
15.4.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Construction of connectors
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
Supplementary information:
No such connectors provided.
15.4.2.1 a
RM RESULTS TABLE: thermal cut-outs and over-current releases
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information:
No such control devices incorporated.
15.4.2.1 b
RM RESULTS TABLE: THERMAL CUT-OUTS with a safety function
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information:
No thermal cut-out incorporated.
15.4.2.1 c
RM RESULTS TABLE: Independent non-SELF-RESETTING THERMAL CUT-OUT
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information:
No thermal cut-out incorporated.
15.4.2.1 d
RM RESULTS TABLE: Loss of function of ME EQUIPMENT
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
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Result - Remark
15.4.2.1 d
RM RESULTS TABLE: Loss of function of ME EQUIPMENT
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/E
Verdict
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. End product consideration.
15.4.2.1 h
RM RESULTS TABLE: ME EQUIPMENT with tubular heating elements
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information: /
15.4.3.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Housing
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information: /
15.4.3.2
RM RESULTS TABLE: Connection
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information: /
15.4.3.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protection against overcharging
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
4.2
4.3
4.4
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
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Result - Remark
15.4.3.3
RM RESULTS TABLE: Protection against overcharging
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
Verdict
N/A
Verdict
Supplementary information: /
15.4.3.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Lithium batteries
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information: /
15.4.3.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Excessive current and voltage protection
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
15.4.4
RM RESULTS TABLE: Indicators
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/E
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information:
The risk management requirements of the standard were not addressed. EUT is not end medical
product. No indicators provided.
15.4.5
RM RESULTS TABLE: Pre-set controls
TRF No. IEC60601_1G
N/A
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4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information:
No pre-set controls provided.
15.4.6
TABLE: actuating parts of controls of ME EQUIPMENT – torque & axial pull tests
Rotating control
under test
Gripping
diameter “d” of
control knob
1
(mm)
Torque from
Table 30 (Nm)
Axial force
applied
(N)
Unacceptable
RISK occurred
Yes/No
N/A
Remarks
1
Supplementary information: Gripping diameter (d) is the maximum width of a control knob regardless
of its shape (e.g. control knob with pointer)
15.4.7.3 b
RM RESULTS TABLE: Entry of liquids
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
Supplementary information: /
15.5.1.2
TABLE: transformer short circuit test short-circuit applied at end of windings
or at the first point that could be short circuited under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION
1
P
Primary voltage (most adverse value from 90 % to 110 % of RATED voltage)(V) ....:
264 Vac
—
RATED input frequency (Hz)...................................................................................:
50 Hz
—
Winding
tested
Class of
insulation
(A, B, E, F,
or H)
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Type of
protective device
(fuse, circuit
breaker) /Ratings
Protective
device
operated
Yes/No
Time to THERMAL
STABILITY (when
protective device
did not
operate)(Min)
Maximum
allowed
temp from
Table 31
(ºC)
Maximum
winding
temp
measured
(ºC)
Ambient
(ºC)
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Class B
Primary fuse
No
10 min
165
See *)
25
Class B
Primary fuse
No
10 min
165
See *)
25
Class B
Primary fuse
No
10 min
165
See **)
25
(primary
windings)
T1: Pin 2
to Pin 4
(primary
windings)
T1: Pin 6
to Pin 8
(secondary
windings)
Supplementary information:
1
Loads on other windings between no load and their NORMAL USE load. Short-circuit applied at end of
windings or at the first point that could be short circuited under SINGLE FAULT CONDITION.
*) Output voltage dropped to 0 V immediately. Primary fuse opened immediately. No high
temperature rises observed. No fire, no hazard.
**) Output voltage dropped to 0 Vdc. No high temperature rises were observed. No fire, no hazard.
15.5.1.3
P
TABLE: transformer overload test – conducted only when protective device
under short-circuit test operated
1
Primary voltage, most adverse value between 90 % to 110 % of RATED voltage (V) ..:
90 Vac / 264 Vac
RATED input frequency (Hz) .................................................................................................:
60 Hz / 50 Hz
Test current just below minimum current that would activate protective device &
achieve THERMAL STABILITY under method a) (A)................................................................:
--
Test current based on Table 32 when protective device that operated under method
a) is external to transformer, and it was shunted (A).......................................................:
--
Winding tested
Class of
insulation
(A, B, E, F, H)
Type of protective device
used (fuse, circuit
breaker)/Ratings
Maximum allowed
temp from
Table 31 (ºC)
Maximum
winding temp
measured (ºC)
Ambient
(ºC)
105,4
39,8
138,1
39,8
107,6
39,8
Model: GTM21089-1305 (Supply voltage: 90 Vac)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin
9 (output
overload)
Class B
Primary fuse
165
Model: GTM21089-1305 (Supply voltage: 264 Vac)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin
9 (output
overload)
Class B
Primary fuse
165
Model: GTM21089-1824 (Supply voltage: 90 Vac)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin
9 (output
overload)
Class B
Primary fuse
165
Model: GTM21089-1948 (Supply voltage: 90 Vac)
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9 (output
overload)
Class B
Result - Remark
Primary fuse
Verdict
165
122,4
39,9
164,4 *)
39,8
Model: GTM21089-1948 (Supply voltage: 264 Vac)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin
9 (output
overload)
Class B
Primary fuse
165
Supplementary information:
1
Loads on other windings between no load and their NORMAL USE load.
Time durations: - IEC 60127-1 fuse: 30 min at current from Table 32.
Non IEC 60127-1 fuse: 30 min at the current based on characteristics supplied by fuse manufacturer, specifically, 30 min
clearing-time current. When no 30 min clearing-time current data available, test current from Table 32 used until THERMAL
STABILITY achieved.
- Other types of protective devices: until THERMAL STABILITY achieved at a current just below minimum current operating the
protective device in a). This portion concluded at specified time or when a second protective device opened.
*) It is not possible to state compliance using a 95% coverage probability for the expanded uncertainty.
Expanded uncertainty: U = 3°C (coverage factor kp = 2; confidence level: 95 %).
15.5.2
TABLE: Transformer dielectric strength after humidity preconditioning of 5.7
Transformer
Model/Type/ Part
No
Test voltage applied between
Test
voltage,
(V)
Test
frequency
(Hz)
Breakdown
Yes/No
N/A
Deterioration
Yes/No
Primary & secondary windings
Primary winding & frame
Secondary winding & frame
Supplementary information: Tests conducted under the conditions of 11.1, in ME EQUIPMENT or under
simulated conditions on the bench. See Clause 15.5.2 for test parameters & other details
Switch mode transformer incorporated within the power supply unit. Refer to Clause 8.8.3.
16.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: General requirements for ME Systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
Supplementary information: /
16.6.1
TABLE: LEAKAGE CURRENTS in ME SYSTEM _ TOUCH CURRENT MEASUREMENTS
Specific area where TOUCH
measured (i.e., from
or between parts of ME SYSTEM
within PATIENT ENVIRONMENT)
CURRENT
Allowable
Measured
TOUCH CURRENT
in NORMAL
TOUCH CURRENT
in NORMAL
CONDITION (µ
µA)
CONDITION (µ
µA)
Allowable TOUCH CURRENT
in event of interruption of
N/A
PROTECTIVE EARTH
Measured TOUCH
in event of
interruption of
CONDUCTOR,
PROTECTIVE EARTH
(µ
µA)
CURRENT
CONDUCTOR,
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µA)
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100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
100
500
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Supplementary information: /
16.9.1
RM RESULTS TABLE: Connection terminals and connectors
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
N/A
Result - Remarks
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
17
RM RESULTS TABLE: Electromagnetic compatibility of ME equipment and
ME systems
Clause of
ISO 14971
Document Ref. in RMF
(Document No. & paragraph)
Result - Remarks
N/A
Verdict
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Supplementary information: /
SP
TABLE: Additional or special tests conducted
Clause and Name of Test
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Test type and condition
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Observed results
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Supplementary information:
See Tables below.
--
TABLE: evaluation of voltage limiting components in SELV circuits
Component (measured between)
max. voltage (V)
(normal operation)
V peak
P
Voltage Limiting
Components
V d.c.
Input voltage: 240 Vac (50 Hz) (rated load)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin 8
T1: Pin 8 to after D8
104
--
D8
--
24
SELV
Fault test performed on voltage limiting
components
Short circuit of diode D8
Voltage measured (V) in SELV circuits
(V peak or V d.c.)
Unit switched off immediately.
Output voltage dropped to 0 V immediately.
No defect. No hazard.
Input voltage: 240 Vac (50 Hz) (no load)
T1: Pin 6 to Pin 8
T1: Pin 8 to after D8
Fault test performed on voltage limiting
components
Short circuit of diode D8
100
--
D8
--
24
SELV
Voltage measured (V) in SELV circuits
(V peak or V d.c.)
Unit switched off immediately.
Output voltage dropped to 0 V immediately.
No defect. No hazard.
Supplementary information:
Model: GTM21089-1824.
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National Differences to IEC 60601-1:2005
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US NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1: 2005
4.8
4.10.2.
Components of ME EQUIPMENT
--
P
When no relevant US ANSI standard existed,
the requirements of this standard applied
Considered.
P
SUPPLY MAINS for ME EQUIPMENT and ME
SYSTEMS
--
P
Considered.
Replacement: Reference to "500 V" replaced
with "600 V" in the second and third dashes to
agree with the National Electrical Code (NEC)
"and the NEC" added after the reference to "IEC
60364-4-41" in the text of the second-to-last
dash of this sub-clause to agree with NEC
8.2
8.7.3
8.11.
P
Requirements related to power sources
--
N/A
Addition to agree with NEC: The requirement,
“ALL FIXED ME EQUIPMENT and
PERMANENTLY INSTALLED ME EQUIPMENT
are CLASS I ME EQUIPMENT”
EUT is not permanently
installed equipment or fixed
ME equipment.
N/A
Allowable values:
--
P
Deleted the second sentence and note to subclause 8.7.3 d) to read as follows to agree with
NFPA 99 which does not permit for allowances
larger than the stated values:
--
P
d) The allowable values of the EARTH
LEAKAGE CURRENT are 5 mA in NORMAL
CONDITION and 10 mA in SINGLE FAULT
CONDITION
Considered.
P
MAINS PARTS, components and layout
--
N/A
Addition to agree with NEC:
--
N/A
The requirement, “Permanently connected ME
EQUIPMENT shall have provision for the
connection of one of the wiring systems that is
in accordance with the NEC”
EUT is not permanently
connected equipment.
N/A
No connecting cord between
equipment parts provided.
N/A
Fixed and stationary X-ray ME EQUIPMENT
supplied from a branch circuit rated at 30 A or
less, and ME EQUIPMENT not strictly portable
but obviously intended to be stationary,
considered acceptable when supply connection
provided with a length of attached Type S hard
service flexible cord, or equivalent:
Installation of connecting cords between
EQUIPMENT parts comply with NEC, as
applicable
Only output cable provided.
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Cable used as external interconnection
between units was:
--
N/A
-Receptacles provided as part of ME
EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEMS for use in the
patient care areas of pediatric wards, rooms, or
areas are listed (e.g., UL Certified) tamper
resistant or employ a listed (e.g., UL Certified)
tamper resistant cover in accordance with NEC
N/A
Addition to agree with NEC:
Power supply cord was not
part of the investigation.
N/A
The flexible cord is a type acceptable for the
particular application, and it is acceptable for
use at a voltage not less than the rated voltage
of the appliance and has an ampacity as in
NEC, not less than the current rating of the
appliance.
--
N/A
1) Type SJT, SJTO, SJO, ST, SO, STO, or
equivalent flexible cord when exposed to
abuse, or similar multiple-conductor appliancewiring material such as computer cable:
2) The cable was as in item 1) above when not
exposed to abuse, or it was
i) Type SPT-2, SP-2, or SPE-2, or
equivalent
ii) Type SVr, SVRO, SVE, or equivalent
flexible cord or similar multiple-conductor
appliance wiring material,
Or, ii) An assembly of insulated wires
each with a nominal insulation thickness of 0.8
mm (1/32 inch) or more, enclosed in acceptable
insulating tubing having a nominal wall
thickness of 0.8 mm (1/32 inch) or more.
8.11.3.2.
CANADA NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1:08
1.1
Scope
--
P
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This standard applies to the BASIC SAFETY
and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE of MEDICAL
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT and MEDICAL
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS designed to be
installed in accordance with the Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CSA C22.1;
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 0; and CAN/CSA-Z32.
Considered.
P
Collateral standards
--
P
Applicable Canadian collateral standards
become normative at the date of their
publication and apply together with this
standard.
Considered.
P
Particular standards
--
P
A requirement of a Canadian-particular safety
standard takes precedence over this standard.
Considered.
P
Normative references
Considered.
P
NOTE 1A: In the IEC 60601 standards series
adopted for use in Canada, the Canadianparticular standards may modify, replace, or
delete requirements contained in this standard
as appropriate for the particular ME
EQUIPMENT and ME SYSTEMS under
consideration, and may add other BASIC
SAFETY and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE
requirements.
1.3
NOTE 1: When evaluating compliance with
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1, it is permissible to
assess independently compliance with the
adopted Canadian collateral standards
1.4
2
The following referenced documents are
indispensable for the application of this
document.
For dated references, the applicable
corresponding Canadian adopted IEC
standards shall take precedence. For undated
references, the latest edition of the referenced
document (including any amendments) applies.
All Canadian adopted IEC part 2 standards are
referenced with the date of publication.
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CSA (Canadian Standards Association)
Considered.
B51-03: Boiler, pressure vessel, and pressure
piping code
C22.1-06: Canadian Electrical Code, Part I
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 0-M91 (R2006): General
requirements — Canadian Electrical Code, Part
II
C22.2 No. 21-95 (R2004): Cord sets and power
supply cords
C22.2 No. 42-99 (R2004): General use
receptacles, attachment plugs, and similar
wiring devices
C22.2 No. 49-06: Flexible cords and cables
CAN/CSA-E61558-2-1:03: Safety of power
transformers, power supply units and similar —
Part 2: Particular requirements for separating
transformers for general use
CAN/CSA-Z32-04: Electrical safety and
essential electrical systems in health care
facilities
Verdict
P
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Z305 series of Standards:
Considered.
Verdict
P
CAN/CSA-Z305.1-92 (R2001): Non-flammable
medical gas piping systems
CAN/CSA-Z305.6-92 (R2007): Medical oxygen
concentrator central supply system for use with
non-flammable medical gas piping systems
CAN/CSA-Z305.8-03. Medical supply units
CAN/CSA-Z305.12-98 (R2004): Guide for the
safe storage, handling and use of portable
oxygen systems in home, domiciliary and
healthcare settings
CAN/CSA-Z5359-04: Low pressure hose
assemblies for use with medical gases
CAN/CSA-Z9170-1-00 (R2005): Terminal units
for medical gas pipeline systems — Part 1:
Terminal units for use with compressed
medical gases and vacuum
CAN/CSA-Z9170-2-00 (R2005): Terminal units
for medical gas pipeline systems — Part 2:
Terminal units for anaesthetic gas scavenging
systems
CAN/CSA-Z9170-2-00 (R2005): Terminal units
for medical gas pipeline systems — Part 2:
Terminal units for anaesthetic gas scavenging
systems
CAN/CSA-Z15002-02 (R2007): Flow-metering
devices for connection to terminal units of
medical gas pipeline systems
ASME International (American Society of
Mechanical Engineers)
PTC 25-2001: Pressure Relief Devices
CGA (Compressed Gas Association):
V-1-2005: Standard for Compressed Gas
Cylinder Valve Outlet and Inlet Connections
V-5-2005: Diameter Index Safety System (Non
interchangeable Low Pressure Connections for
Medical Gas Applications)
ISO (International Organization for
Standardization)
--
N/A
--
N/A
32:1977: Gas cylinders for medical use —
Marking for identification of content
407:2004: Small medical gas cylinders — Pinindex yoke-type valve connections
3.41
HIGH VOLTAGE
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any voltage above 750 V, 1 050 V peak, as
defined in the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC),
Part I
No such high voltage within
the equipment.
Components of ME EQUIPMENT
--
P
a) the applicable safety requirements of a
relevant CSA, IEC, or ISO standard;
Considered.
P
Considered.
P
SUPPLY MAINS for ME EQUIPMENT and ME
SYSTEMS
--
P
and shall be in accordance with the Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CSA C22.1:
--
P
N/A
NOTE 1: For the components, it is not
necessary to carry out identical or equivalent
tests already performed to check compliance
with the component standard.
b) where there is no relevant CSA, IEC, or ISO
standard, the requirements of this standard
have to be applied
NOTE 2: If there are neither requirements in this
standard nor in a CSA, IEC, or ISO standard,
any other applicable source (e.g., standards for
other types of devices, national standards)
could be used to demonstrate compliance with
the RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS.
4.10.2
7.7.1 to
7.7.5
A PROTECTIVE EARTH CONDUCTOR or a
See enclosed pictures of the
PROTECTIVE EARTH CONNECTION or
unit for details.
insulation shall be identified by either green or
green and yellow colour. Colours of neutral and
POWER SUPPLY CORD conductors shall be in
accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code
(CEC), Part I, CSA C22.2 No. 21, and CSA C22.2
No. 49.
P
8.7.3
Allowable values
P
Considered.
Allowable values shall be in accordance with
the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CSA
C22.1.
8.11.3.2
POWER SUPPLY CORDS Types
--
N/A
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a) The MAINS PLUG of non-PERMANENTLY
INSTALLED EQUIPMENT shall be
Power supply cord was not
part of the investigation.
N/A
Power supply cord was not
part of the investigation.
N/A
i) if molded-on type, hospital grade mains plug
complying with CSA C22.2 No. 21;
j) hospital grade disassembly attachment plug
type complying with CSA C22.2 No. 42; or
k) Class II equipment having fuses on the line
side/sides and neutral and may use a nonpolarized attachment plug or a polarized
attachment plug — CSA configuration type 115P shall be required and shall meet all
applicable requirements in CSA C22.2 No. 21
and CSA C22.2 No. 42. Where a polarized
attachment plug is used, the POWER SUPPLY
CORD shall be connected to the wiring of the
EQUIPMENT on the ungrounded side of the line
when any of the following devices are used in
the primary circuit:
1- the centre contact of an Edison base lamp
holder;
2- a single pole switch;
3- an automatic control with a marked off
position;
4- a solitary fuse/fuse holder; or
5- any other single pole over-current protective
device
b) Detachable POWER SUPPLY CORD for nonPERMANENTLY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT
(cord-connected equipment) shall be of a type
that
i) can be shown to be unlikely to become
detached accidentally, unless it can be shown
that detachment will not constitute a safety
HAZARD to a PATIENT or OPERATOR;
j) can be shown that the impedance of the earth
(ground) circuit contacts will not constitute a
safety HAZARD to a PATIENT or OPERATOR;
and
k) has a terminal configuration or other
constructional feature that will minimize the
possibility of its replacement by a detachable
POWER SUPPLY CORD which could create a
HAZARDOUS SITUATION
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c) A detachable POWER SUPPLY CORD shall
Power supply cord was not
part of the investigation.
N/A
Power supply cord was not
part of the investigation.
N/A
i) comply with the applicable requirements of
CSA C22.2 No. 21; and
Verdict
j) not be smaller than No. 18 AWG, and the
mechanical serviceability shall be not less than
1) Type SJ or equivalent for mobile or exposed
to abuse ME EQUIPMENT; and
2) Type SV or equivalent for ME EQUIPMENT
not exposed to abuse (or Type HPN if required
because of temperature).
NOTE 1A: See CSA C22.2 No. 49 for
requirements on the cord types mentioned in
Sub-item 2).
d) Power supply cords shall meet the
requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code,
Part I, as applicable.
Connecting cords between equipment parts
shall meet the requirements of the Canadian
Electrical Code, Part I, as applicable.
8.11.5
Mains fuses and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
Mains fuses and OVER-CURRENT RELEASES
shall be in accordance with the Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, CSA C22.1.
9.7.5
Pressure vessels
Pressure vessels shall comply with the
requirements of CSA B51, as applicable.
9.7.7
Pressure-relief device
A pressure-relief device shall also comply as
applicable to the requirements of ASME PTC 25
or equivalent Canadian requirements.
See list of critical
components.
P
No pressure vessels
provided.
N/A
No pressure-relief devices
provided.
N/A
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15.4.1
Construction of connectors
No gas cylinders provided.
Verdict
N/A
The point of connection of gas cylinders to
EQUIPMENT shall be gas specific and clearly
identified so that errors are avoided when a
replacement is made. Medical gas inlet
connectors on EQUIPMENT shall be
i) gas specific, yoke type, or nut and nipple type
valve connections complying with CGA V-1 for
pressures over 1 380 kPa (200 psi); or
DISS type complying with CGA V-5 for
pressures 1 380 kPa (200 psi) or less and
configured to permit the supply of medical
gases from low-pressure connecting
assemblies complying with CAN/CSA-Z5359.
NOTE 1A: Users of this standard should
consult the CSA Z305 series of standards,
CAN/CSA-Z9170-1, CAN/CSA-Z9170-2,
CAN/CSA-Z10524, and CAN/CSA-Z15002 for
further information regarding inlet connectors;
ISO 407 for requirements addressing yoke-type
valve connections; and ISO 32 for colour
coding.
15.4.8
Internal wiring of ME EQUIPMENT
--
P
Internal wiring of ME EQUIPMENT shall be in
accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code
(CEC), Part I, CSA C22.1.
16.1
MULTIPLE SOCKET OUTLET
The MULTIPLE SOCKET-OUTLET shall comply
with the requirements of CSA C22.2 No. 42,
CSA C22.2 No. 49, and the following
requirements.
-
The separating transformer shall
comply with the requirements of
CAN/CSA-E61558-2-1 with a rated
output not exceeding
-
1 kVA for single-phase transformers;
and
-
5 kVA for polyphase transformers
No multiple socket outlets
provided.
N/A
The separating transformer shall also have a
degree of protection not exceeding IPX4.
SWITZERLAND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES to IEC 60601-1 Third edition
National standard SN EN 60601-1:06
4
Ordinance on environmentally hazardous
substances SR 814.081, Annex 1.7,
Mercury - Annex 1.7 of SR 814.81 applies for
mercury.
No mercury used during
normal use of the
equipment.
N/A
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No such switched provided.
Switches containing mercury such as
thermostats, relays and level controllers are not
allowed.
Verdict
N/A
Ordinance on chemical hazardous risk
reduction SR 814.81, Annex 2.15: Batteries
--
N/A
Annex 2.15 of SR 814.81 applies for batteries
containing cadmium and mercury.
No batteries incorporated.
N/A
Note: Ordinance relating to environmentally
hazardous substances, SR 814.013 of 1986-0609 is not longer in force and superseded by SR
814.81 of 2009-02-01 (ChemRRV).
--
N/A
Supply cords of portable electrical appliances
Power supply cord was not
having a rated current not exceeding 10 A shall part of the investigation.
be provided with a plug complying with IEC
60884-1(3.ed.) + am1, SEV 1011 and one of the
following dimension sheets:
N/A
- SEV 6533-2:2009 Plug type 11, L + N, 250V 10A
- SEV 6534-2:2009 Plug type 12, L + N + PE,
250V 10A
- SEV 6532-2:2009 Plug type 15, 3L + N + PE,
250/400V 10A
4
Supply cords of portable electrical appliances
Power supply cord was not
having a rated current not exceeding 16 A shall part of the investigation.
be provided with a plug complying with IEC
60884-1(3.ed.) + am1,
N/A
SEV 1011 and one of the following dimension
sheets:
- SEV 5933-2:2009 Plug type 21 L + N, 250 V,
16A
- SEV 5934-2:2009 Plug type 23 L + N + PE, 250
V, 16A
- SEV 5932-2:2009 Plug type 25 3L + N + PE,
250/400V 16A
NOTE 16 A plugs are not often used in Swiss
domestic installation system.
--
N/A
See TRF template regulatory requirements
Switzerland on IECEE Website R.R. TRF
templates.
--
N/A
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EU DIFFERENCES
Standard: EN 60601-1:2006/A11:2011
ZZ
Replace Annex ZZ of EN 60601-1:2006 by:
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Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
ZZA
Annex ZZA
Considered.
(informative)
EN 60601-1 :2006/A 11 :2011
Coverage of Essential Requirements of EC
Directives
This European Standard has been prepared
under a mandate given to CENELEC by the
European
Commission and the European Free Trade
Association and within its scope the standard
covers all
relevant essential requirements as given in
Annex I of the EC Directive 93/42/EEC except
the following:
Essential Requirement 6a
Essential Requirement 7.4
Essential Requirement 7.5 paragraph 2 & 3
Essential Requirement 13.6 (q)
Compliance with this standard provides one
means of conformity with the specified
essential requirements of the Directives
concerned.
WARNING: Other requirements and other EC
Directives may be applicable to the products
falling within the scope of this standard.
Verdict
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National Differences
Clause
Requirement + Test
Result - Remark
ZZB
Annex ZZB
Considered.
(informative)
Coverage of Essential Requirements of EC
Directives
This European Standard has been prepared
under a mandate given to CENELEC by the
European Commission and the European Free
Trade Association and within its scope the
standard covers all relevant essential
requirements as given in Annex I of the EC
Directive 90/385/EEC except the following:
Essential Requirement 5a
Essential Requirement 7
Essential Requirement 8 bullet 5
Essential Requirement 10
Essential Requirement 11
Essential Requirement 12
Essential Requirement 14
Essential Requirement 15
Essential Requirement 16
Compliance with this standard provides one
means of conformity with the specified
essential requirements of the Directives
concerned.
WARNING: Other requirements and other EC
Directives may be applicable to the products
falling within the scope of this standard.
Verdict
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Photo documentation
(12 pages including this cover page)
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