Safety of household and similar electrical appliances Part 2

Safety of household and similar electrical appliances Part 2
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Test Report issued under the responsibility of:
TEST REPORT
IEC 60335-2-80
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
Part 2 : Particular requirements for fans
Report Number. .............................. :
28221336 001
Date of issue ................................... :
2014 May 16
Total number of pages ....................
92
Applicant’s name ........................... :
Ventilation Systems PrJSC
Address ........................................... :
1, Mikhaila Kotzubinskiego St., Kiev, UA-01030, Ukraine
Test specification:
Standard .......................................... :
IEC 60335-2-80:2002 (Second edition) + A1:2004 +A2:2008
in conj. With IEC 60335-1:2010 (Fifth Edition)
Test procedure ............................... :
CB Scheme
Non-standard test
method…………..:
N/A
Test Report Form No. .................... :
IEC60335_2_80E
Test Report Form(s) Originator .... :
DEKRA Certification B.V.
Master TRF ...................................... :
Dated 2012-09
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appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by an NCB in accordance with IECEE 02.
Test item description..................... :
Axial fans
Trade Mark...................................... :
VENTS
Manufacturer .................................. :
Ventilation Systems PrJSC
1, Mikhaila Kotzubinskiego St., Kiev, UA-01030, Ukraine
Model/Type reference .................... :
Quiet 100 xyz; Quiet 125 xyz; Quiet 150 xyz; Quiet 150 Extra xyz
Ratings ............................................ :
AC 220-240 V, 50 Hz, IP 45, Class II, T=1-45°C T-tr opical climate
For details see ‘model list’ on page 3,
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List of Attachments (including a total number of pages in each attachment):
1: Europe group differences (14 pages)
Summary of testing:
Tests were conducted on models: VENTS Quiet 100 TH. The structures of fans other than the fan type
VENTS Quiet 100 TH (shown in model list) are basically same as the fan type VENTS Quiet 100 TH.
During the documentation check the English User’s Manual was evaluated.
This Test Report consists of two parts:
- first part contains requirements of
IEC 60335-2-80:2002 (Second edition) + A1:2004 +A2:2008
in conj. With IEC 60335-1:2010 (Fifth Edition)
- second part (1. attachment) contains requirements of
EN 60335-1:2012
EN 60335-2-80:2003+A1:2004+A2:2009
EN 62233:2008
TRF No. IEC60335_2_80E
Model
Quiet 150
Quiet 150 V
Quiet 150 T
-Quiet 150 TH
Quiet 150 VT
-Quiet 150 VTH
Quiet 150 TP
220-240V, 17/19W
Quiet 150 Extra
Quiet 150 Extra V
Quiet 150 Extra T
-Quiet 150 Extra TH
Quiet 150 Extra VT
-Quiet 150 Extra VTH
Quiet 150 Extra TP
220-240V, 19/22W
Quiet 125
Quiet 125 V
Quiet 125 T
Quiet 125 T1
Quiet 125 TH
Quiet 125 VT
Quiet 125 VT1
Quiet 125 VTH
Quiet 125 TP
220-240V, 8W
Model
Quiet 100
Quiet 100 V
Quiet 100 T
Quiet 100 T1
Quiet 100 TH
Quiet 100 VT
Quiet 100 VT1
Quiet 100 VTH
Quiet 100 TP
220-240V, 17W
Model list:
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Tests performed (name of test and test clause):
Testing location:
All applicable tests were performed.
TÜV Rheinland InterCert Kft., Division MEEI
H-1132 Budapest, Váci út 48/A-B Hungary
Summary of compliance with National Differences
List of countries addressed: EUROPEAN and AUSTRALIAN (See in attachment 1)
The product fulfils the requirements of _________ (insert standard number and edition and
delete the text in parenthesis or delete the whole sentence if not applicable)
Copy of marking plate
The artwork below may be only a draft. The use of certification marks on a product must be
authorized by the respective NCBs that own these marks.
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Test item particulars .................................................. :
Classification of installation and use ...................... : Class II
Supply Connection .................................................... : Connection of fixed wiring
(supply cord is not provided)
...................................................................................... :
Possible test case verdicts:
- test case does not apply to the test object ...........: N/A
- test object does meet the requirement ..................: P (Pass)
- test object does not meet the requirement ...........: F (Fail)
Testing ..........................................................................:
Date of receipt of test item .........................................: 2014 January 31, March 10, April 24
Date (s) of performance of tests ...............................: 2014 Jan 31 – May 16
General remarks:
The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.
This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the Issuing testing
laboratory.
"(see Enclosure #)" refers to additional information appended to the report.
"(see appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report.
Throughout this report a
comma /
point is used as the decimal separator.
Manufacturer’s Declaration per sub-clause 6.2.5 of IECEE 02:
The application for obtaining a CB Test Certificate
includes more than one factory location and a
declaration from the Manufacturer stating that the
sample(s) submitted for evaluation is (are)
representative of the products from each factory
has been provided ...................................................... :
Yes
Not applicable
When differences exist; they shall be identified in the General product information section.
Name and address of factory (ies) .......................... : 36, 40-Richchya Zhovtnya Str. Boyarka 08150,
Kiev Region, Ukraine.
(according to the declaration of manufacturer)
General product information: The fans are designed for ventilation of domestic and similar purposes and for
continuous operation. Meaning of characters in type references:
Quiet 100 xyz; Quiet 125 xyz; Quiet 150 xyz and Quiet 150 Extra xyz
Where xyz = blank, V, T, T1, TH, VT, VT1, VTH or TP
V
- equipped with a pull cord switch
T
- equipped with a turn-off delay timer
T1 - equipped with a turn-on delay timer
TH - equipped with a turn-off delay timer and humidity sensor
VT - equipped with a pull cord switch and turn-off delay timer
VT1 - equipped with a pull cord switch and turn-on delay timer
VTH - equipped with a pull cord, turn-off delay timer and humidity sensor
TP - equipped with a turn-off delay timer and a motion sensor
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
5
GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR THE TESTS
P
Tests performed according to clause 5, e.g. nature
of supply, sequence of testing, etc.
P
5.7
Result - Remark
Verdict
A Fans to be used in tropical climates, the tests of
clause 10,11 and 13 are carried out at 40 °C +/- 2
°C (IEC 60335-2-80)
measured at 45°C
see above
P
A Fans marked with ambient operating temperature,
the tests of clause 10, 11 and 13 are carried out at
marked value +/- 2 °C (IEC 60335-2-80/A1)
45°C
P
6
CLASSIFICATION
P
6.1
Protection against electric shock:
Class 0, 0I, I, II, III ...................................... ..........:
II
P
6.2
Protection against harmful ingress of water
IP X5
P
P
A At least IPX2 for Duct fans (IEC 60335-2-80)
Tropical climate
P
6.101
Classification to climatic conditions : temperature
climates, tropical climates (IEC 60335-2-80)
7
MARKING AND INSTRUCTIONS
7.1
Rated voltage or voltage range (V) ............ ..........:
220-240 V
P
Symbol for nature of supply, or .................. ..........:
~
P
Rated frequency (Hz) ................................. ..........:
50 Hz
P
Rated power input (W), or .......................... ..........:
8, 17, 17/19, 19/22 W
P
P
Rated current (A) ....................................... ..........:
N/A
Manufacturer's or responsible vendor's name,
trademark or identification mark ................. ..........:
Vents
P
Model or type reference ............................. ..........:
Quiet 100, 125 , 150 and
150 Extra
P
Symbol IEC 60417-5172, for class II appliances
IP number, other than IPX0 ........................ ..........:
P
IP X5
P
Symbol IEC 60417-5180, for class III appliances,
unless
N/A
the appliance is operated by batteries only
N/A
Symbol IEC 60417-5036, for the enclosure of
electrically-operated water valves in external hosesets for connection of an appliance to the water
mains, if the working voltage exceeds extra-low
voltage
N/A
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
A For tropical climates marked with letter T (IEC
60335-2-80)
P
45°C
A Fans intended for operation in location where the
local temperature exceeds 40 °C shall be marked
with the ambient operating temperature. (IEC 603352-80/A1)
P
Warning for stationary appliances for multiple
supply
N/A
Warning placed in vicinity of terminal cover
N/A
Range of rated values marked with the lower and
upper limits separated by a hyphen
P
Different rated values marked with the values
separated by an oblique stroke
N/A
Appliances adjustable for different rated voltages,
the voltage setting is clearly discernible
N/A
Requirement met if frequent changes are not
required and the rated voltage to which the
appliance is to be adjusted is determined from a
wiring diagram
N/A
Appliances with more than one rated voltage or one
or more rated voltage ranges, marked with rated
input or rated current for each rated voltage or
range, unless
N/A
the power input is related to the arithmetic mean
value of the rated voltage range
N/A
Relation between marking for upper and lower
limits of rated power input or rated current and
voltage is clear
N/A
Correct symbols used
P
Symbol for nature of supply placed next to rated
voltage
P
Symbol for class II appliances placed unlikely to be
confused with other marking
P
Units of physical quantities and their symbols
according to international standardized system
P
Connection diagram fixed to appliances to be
connected to more than two supply conductors and
appliances for multiple supply, unless
P
correct mode of connection is obvious
P
Except for type Z attachment, terminals for connection to the supply mains
indicated as follows:
--
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- marking of terminals exclusively for the neutral
conductor (letter N)
N/A
- marking of protective earthing terminals (symbol
IEC 60417-5019)
N/A
- marking not placed on removable parts
N/A
7.9
Marking or placing of switches which may cause a
hazard
N/A
7.10
Indications of switches on stationary appliances
and controls on all appliances by use of figures,
letters or other visual means ...................... ..........:
NEON lamp or LED indicator
P
This applies also to switches which are part of a
control
N/A
If figures are used, the off position indicated by the
figure 0
N/A
The figure 0 indicates only OFF position, unless no
confusion with the OFF position
N/A
7.11
Indication for direction of adjustment of controls
N/A
7.12
Instructions for safe use provided
P
Details concerning precautions during user
maintenance
P
The instructions state that:
--
- the appliance is not to be used by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction
P
- children being supervised not to play with the
appliance
P
For a part of class III construction supplied from a
detachable power supply unit, the instructions state
that the appliance is only to be used with the unit
provided
N/A
Instructions for class III appliances state that it must
only be supplied at SELV, unless
N/A
it is a battery-operated appliance, the battery being
charged outside the appliance
N/A
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
A For the guards have to be removed purpose for cleaning should: (IEC 60335-280/A1)
Ensure that the fan is switched off from the supply
mains before removing the guard.
7.12.1
User m. page 25, picture 32
Verdict
-P
Sufficient details for installation supplied
N/A
For an appliance intended to be permanently
connected to the water mains and not connected by
a hose-set, this is stated
N/A
A The installation instructions include the substance of the following: (IEC 60335-280)
--
- the model or type reference of a luminaire
N/A
- mounting location for partition fans
N/A
- The installation height for fans intended to be
mounted at high level
N/A
- that precautions for duct and partition fans.
N/A
7.12.2
Stationary appliances not fitted with means for
disconnection from the supply mains having a
contact separation in all poles that provide full
disconnection under overvoltage category III, the
instructions state that means for disconnection
must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in
accordance with the wiring rules
P
7.12.3
Insulation of the fixed wiring in contact with parts
exceeding 50 K during clause 11; instructions state
that the fixed wiring must be protected
N/A
7.12.4
Instructions for built-in appliances:
--
- dimensions of space
N/A
- dimensions and position of supporting and fixing
N/A
- minimum distances between parts and
surrounding structure
N/A
- minimum dimensions of ventilating openings and
arrangement
N/A
- connection to supply mains and interconnection of
separate components
N/A
- allow disconnection of the appliance after
installation, by accessible plug or a switch in the
fixed wiring, unless
N/A
a switch complying with 24.3
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
7.12.5
Replacement cord instructions, type X attachment
with a specially prepared cord
N/A
Replacement cord instructions, type Y attachment
N/A
Replacement cord instructions, type Z attachment
N/A
7.12.6
No dangerous moving part
Caution in the instructions for appliances
incorporating a non-self-resetting thermal cut-out
that is reset by disconnection of the supply mains, if
this cut-out is required to comply with the standard
N/A
7.12.7
Instructions for fixed appliances stating how the
appliance is to be fixed
P
7.12.8
Instructions for appliances connected to the water mains:
--
- max. inlet water pressure (Pa) ................. ..........:
N/A
- min. inlet water pressure, if necessary (Pa) ........:
N/A
Instructions concerning new and old hose-sets for
appliances connected to the water mains by
detachable hose-sets
N/A
7.13
Instructions and other texts in an official language
7.14
Marking clearly legible and durable, rubbing test as
specified
P
7.15
Markings on a main part
P
Marking clearly discernible from the outside, if
necessary after removal of a cover
English
Verdict
Under the cover there is an
other plate
P
P
For portable appliances, cover can be removed or
opened without a tool
N/A
For stationary appliances, name, trademark or
identification mark and model or type reference
visible after installation
P
For fixed appliances, name, trademark or
identification mark and model or type reference
visible after installation according to the instructions
P
Indications for switches and controls placed on or
near the components. Marking not on parts which
can be positioned or repositioned in such a way
that the marking is misleading
N/A
7.16
Marking of a possible replaceable thermal link or
fuse link clearly visible with regard to replacing the
link
N/A
8
PROTECTION AGAINST ACCESS TO LIVE PARTS
P
8.1
Adequate protection against accidental contact with
live parts
P
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
8.1.1
Requirement applies for all positions, detachable
parts removed
N/A
Lamps behind a detachable cover not removed, if
conditions met
N/A
Insertion or removal of lamps, protection against
contact with live parts of the lamp cap
N/A
Use of test probe B of IEC 61032, with a force not
exceeding 1 N: no contact with live parts
P
A Lamps are not removed. However, during insertion
or removal of lamps, no contact with live parts of the
lamp cap. (IEC 60335-2-80)
P
Use of test probe 13 of IEC 61032, with a force not
exceeding 1 N, through openings in class 0
appliances and class II appliances/constructions:
no contact with live parts
P
Test probe 13 also applied through openings in
earthed metal enclosures having a non-conductive
coating: no contact with live parts
N/A
8.1.3
For appliances other than class II, use of test probe
41 of IEC 61032, with a force not exceeding 1 N: no
contact with live parts of visible glowing heating
elements
N/A
8.1.4
Accessible part not considered live if:
--
- safety extra-low a.c. voltage: peak value not
exceeding 42.4 V
N/A
- safety extra-low d.c. voltage: not exceeding
42.4 V
N/A
- or separated from live parts by protective
impedance
N/A
If protective impedance: d.c. current not exceeding
2 mA, and
N/A
a.c. peak value not exceeding 0.7 mA
N/A
- for peak values over 42.4 V up to and including
450 V, capacitance not exceeding 0,1 µF
N/A
- for peak values over 450 V up to and including
15 kV, discharge not exceeding 45 µC
N/A
- for peak values over 15kV, the energy in the
discharge not exceeding 350 mJ
N/A
Live parts protected at least by basic insulation before installation or assembly:
--
- built-in appliances
N/A
8.1.2
8.1.5
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
8.2
8.2
9
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- fixed appliances
P
- appliances delivered in separate units
N/A
Class II appliances and constructions constructed
so that there is adequate protection against
accidental contact with basic insulation and metal
parts separated from live parts by basic insulation
only
P
Only possible to touch parts separated from live
parts by double or reinforced insulation
P
A Remove the detachable parts for user maintenance
purpose, the basic insulation of internal wiring may
be touched provide the equivalent insulating of cords
complying with IEC 60227 or IEC 60245. (IEC
60335-2-80/A1)
P
STARTING OF MOTOR-OPERATED APPLIANCES
N/A
Requirements and tests are specified in part 2
when necessary
N/A
10
POWER INPUT AND CURRENT
P
10.1
Power input at normal operating temperature, rated (see appended table)
voltage and normal operation not deviating from
rated power input by more than shown in table 1 .:
P
Test carried out at upper and lower limits of the
ranges for appliances with one or more rated
voltage ranges, unless
P
the rated power input is related to the arithmetic
mean value
P
N/A
A Appliances are tested with shutters or similar
devices in the open position.(IEC 60335-2-80)
10.2
Current at normal operating temperature, rated
voltage and normal operation not deviating from
rated current by more than shown in table 2 .........:
(see appended table)
N/A
Test carried out at upper and lower limits of the
ranges for appliances with one or more rated
voltage ranges, unless
N/A
the rated current is related to the arithmetic mean
value of the range
N/A
A Appliances are tested with shutters or similar
devices in the open position. (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
11
HEATING
P
11.1
No excessive temperatures in normal use
P
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
11.2
The appliance is held, placed or fixed in position as Appliance shall be installed
described ...............................................................: properly according to the
User’s Manual.
P
11.3
Temperature rises, other than of windings,
determined by thermocouples
P
Temperature rises of windings determined by
resistance method, unless
P
the windings are non-uniform or it is difficult to
make the necessary connections
P
11.4
Heating appliances operated under normal
operation at 1.15 times rated power input (W) .....:
N/A
11.5
Motor-operated appliances operated under normal
operation at most unfavourable voltage between
0.94 and 1.06 times rated voltage (V) ...................:
11.6
Combined appliances operated under normal
operation at most unfavourable voltage between
0.94 and 1.06 times rated voltage (V) ...................:
11.7
11.8
Result - Remark
254,4 V (1.06x240 V)
P
N/A
P
R Appliances are operated until steady conditions are
established. (IEC 60335-2-80)
Temperature rises monitored continuously and not
exceeding the values in table 3 ............................:
Verdict
(see appended table)
P
If the temperature rise of a motor winding exceeds
the value of table 3, or
P
if there is doubt with regard to classification of
insulation,
N/A
tests of Annex C are carried out
N/A
Sealing compound does not flow out
P
Protective devices do not operate, except
P
components in protective electronic circuits tested
for the number of cycles specified in 24.1.4
N/A
P
A The temperature rise limits for appliances for
tropical climates are reduced by 15 K. (IEC 603352-80)
A The temperature rise limits for fans marked with an
ambient operating temperature are reduced by the
difference between the marked value and 25 °C.
(IEC 60335-2-80/A1)
45 °C-25 °C = 20 °C
P
13
LEAKAGE CURRENT AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH AT OPERATING
TEMPERATURE
P
13.1
Leakage current not excessive and electric strength
adequate
P
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
N/A
Heating appliances operated at 1.15 times the
rated power input (W) ............................................:
Motor-operated appliances and combined
appliances supplied at 1.06 times the rated voltage
(V) ..........................................................................:
13.2
P
N/A
For class 0, class II and class III appliances,
leakage current measured by means of the circuit
described in figure 4 of IEC 60990
P
For other appliances, a low impedance ammeter
may be used
N/A
(see appended table)
The appliance is disconnected from the supply
Electric strength tests according to table 4 ...........:
14
254,4 V (1.06x240 V)
Protective impedance and radio interference filters
disconnected before carrying out the tests
Leakage current measurements ...........................:
13.3
Verdict
P
P
(see appended table)
P
No breakdown during the tests
P
TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES
N/A
Appliances withstand the transient over-voltages to
which they may be subjected
N/A
Clearances having a value less than specified in
table 16 subjected to an impulse voltage test, the
test voltage specified in table 6 .............................:
(see appended table)
N/A
No flashover during the test, unless
N/A
of functional insulation if the appliance complies
with clause 19 with the clearance short-circuited
N/A
15
MOISTURE RESISTANCE
P
15.1
Enclosure provides the degree of moisture
protection according to classification of the
appliance
P
Compliance checked as specified in 15.1.1, taking
into account 15.1.2, followed by the electric
strength test of 16.3
P
No trace of water on insulation which can result in a
reduction of clearances or creepage distances
below values specified in clause 29
P
15.1.1
Appliances, other than IPX0, subjected to tests as
specified in IEC 60529 ..........................................:
Water valves containing live parts in external hoses
for connection of an appliance to the water mains
tested as specified for IPX7 appliances
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IP X5
P
N/A
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
15.1.2
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
A The outer part of fans to be installed in the external
structure is subjected to subclause 14.2.4(a) of IEC
60529. The outer part of fans is not to be installed in
the external structure is protected against the water.
(IEC 60335-2-80/A1)
N/A
A The fans supplied as rated voltage with shutters or
similar devices being the open position. (IEC 603352-80/A1)
N/A
Hand-held appliance turned continuously through
the most unfavourable positions during the test
N/A
Built-in appliances installed according to the
instructions
N/A
Appliances placed or used on the floor or table
placed on a horizontal unperforated support
N/A
Appliances normally fixed to a wall and appliances
with pins for insertion into socket-outlets are
mounted on a wooden board
N/A
For IPX3 appliances, the base of wall mounted
appliances is placed at the same level as the pivot
axis of the oscillating tube
N/A
For IPX4 appliances, the horizontal centre line of
the appliance is aligned with the pivot axis of the
oscillating tube, and
N/A
for appliances normally used on the floor or table,
the movement is limited to two times 90° for a
period of 5 min, the support being placed at the
level of the pivot axis of the oscillating tube
N/A
Wall-mounted appliances, take into account the
distance to the floor stated in the instructions
N/A
Appliances normally fixed to a ceiling are mounted
underneath a horizontal unperforated support, the
pivot axis of the oscillating tube located at the level
of the underside of the support, and
N/A
for IPX4 appliances, the movement of the tube is
limited to two times 90° from the vertical for a
period of 5 min
N/A
Appliances with type X attachment fitted with a
flexible cord as described
N/A
Detachable parts subjected to the relevant
treatment with the main part
P
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IEC 60335-2-80
Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
However, if a part has to be removed for user
maintenance and a tool is needed, this part is not
removed
P
Spillage of liquid does not affect the electrical
insulation
N/A
Appliances with type X attachment fitted with a
flexible cord as described
N/A
Appliances incorporating an appliance inlet tested
with or without an connector, whichever is most
unfavourable
N/A
Detachable parts are removed
N/A
Overfilling test with additional amount of
water, over a period of 1 min (l) ............................:
N/A
The appliance withstands the electric strength test
of 16.3
N/A
No trace of water on insulation that can result in a
reduction of clearances or creepage distances
below values specified in clause 29
N/A
Appliances proof against humid conditions
P
Checked by test Cab: Damp heat steady state in
IEC 60068-2-78
P
Detachable parts removed and subjected, if
necessary, to the humidity test with the main part
P
Humidity test for 48 h in a humidity cabinet
P
Reassembly of those parts that may have been
removed
P
The appliance withstands the tests of clause 16
P
16
LEAKAGE CURRENT AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH
P
16.1
Leakage current not excessive and electric strength
adequate
P
Protective impedance disconnected from live parts
before carrying out the tests
N/A
Tests carried out at room temperature and not
connected to the supply
P
15.2
15.3
16.2
Single-phase appliances: test voltage 1.06 times
rated voltage (V) ....................................................:
254,4 V (1.06x240 V)
N/A
Three-phase appliances: test voltage 1.06 times
rated voltage divided by √3 (V) .............................:
Leakage current measurements ...........................:
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P
(see appended table)
P
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Limit values doubled if:
16.3
- all controls have an off position in all poles, or
N/A
- the appliance has no control other than a thermal
cut-out, or
N/A
- all thermostats, temperature limiters and energy
regulators do not have an off position, or
N/A
- the appliance has radio interference filters
N/A
With the radio interference filters disconnected, the
leakage current do not exceed limits specified .....:
(see appended table)
N/A
Electric strength tests according to table 7 ...........:
(see appended table)
P
Test voltage applied between the supply cord and
inlet bushing and cord guard and cord anchorage
as specified ...........................................................:
(see appended table)
P
No breakdown during the tests
17
P
OVERLOAD PROTECTION OF TRANSFORMERS AND ASSOCIATED CIRCUITS N/A
(see appended table)
No excessive temperatures in transformer or
associated circuits in event of short-circuits likely to
occur in normal use ...............................................:
N/A
Appliance supplied with 1.06 or 0.94 times rated
voltage under the most unfavourable short-circuit or
overload likely to occur in normal use (V) .............:
N/A
Basic insulation is not short-circuited
N/A
Temperature rise of insulation of the conductors of
safety extra-low voltage circuits not exceeding the
relevant value specified in table 3 by more than
15 K
N/A
Temperature of the winding not exceeding the
value specified in table 8
N/A
However, limits do not apply to fail-safe
transformers complying with sub-clause 15.5 of IEC
61558-1
N/A
ENDURANCE
N/A
Requirements and tests are specified in part 2
when necessary
N/A
19
ABNORMAL OPERATION
P
19.1
The risk of fire, mechanical damage or electric
shock under abnormal or careless operation
obviated
P
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Electronic circuits so designed and applied that a
fault will not render the appliance unsafe .............:
(see appended table)
Verdict
P
Appliances incorporating heating elements
subjected to the tests of 19.2 and 19.3, and
N/A
if the appliance also has a control that limit the
temperature during clause 11 it is subjected to the
test of 19.4, and
N/A
if applicable, to the test of 19.5
N/A
Appliances incorporating PTC heating elements are
also subjected to the test of 19.6
N/A
Appliances incorporating motors subjected to the
tests of 19.7 to 19.10, as applicable
P
Appliances incorporating electronic circuits
subjected to the tests of 19.11 and 19.12, as
applicable
P
Appliances incorporating contactors or relays
subjected to the test of 19.14, being carried out
before the tests of 19.11
N/A
Appliances incorporating voltage selector switches
subjected to the test of 19.15
N/A
Unless otherwise specified, the tests are continued
until a non-self-resetting thermal cut-out operates,
or
N/A
until steady conditions are established
P
If a heating element or intentionally weak part
becomes open-circuited, the relevant test is
repeated on a second sample
N/A
A Fans incorporating shutters or similar subjected to
the test of cl. 19.101 (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
19.2
Test of appliances with heating elements with
restricted heat dissipation; test voltage (V), power
input of 0.85 times rated power input (W) .............:
N/A
19.3
Test of 19.2 repeated; test voltage (V), power input
of 1.24 times rated power input (W) ......................:
N/A
19.4
Test conditions as in clause 11, any control limiting
the temperature during tests of clause 11
short-circuited
N/A
19.5
Test of 19.4 repeated on Class 0I and I appliances
with tubular sheathed or embedded heating
elements. No short-circuiting, but one end of the
element connected to the sheath
N/A
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Clause
19.6
19.7
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
The test repeated with reversed polarity and the
other end of the heating element connected to the
sheath
N/A
The test is not carried out on appliances intended
to be permanently connected to fixed wiring and on
appliances where an all-pole disconnection occurs
during the test of 19.4
N/A
Appliances with PTC heating elements tested at
rated voltage, establishing steady conditions
N/A
The working voltage of the PTC heating element is
increased by 5% and the appliance is operated until
steady conditions are re-established. The voltage is
then increased in similar steps until 1.5 times
working voltage or until the PTC heating element
ruptures (V) ...........................................................:
N/A
Stalling test by locking the rotor if the locked rotor
torque is smaller than the full load torque, or
P
locking moving parts of other appliances
N/A
Locked rotor, capacitors open-circuited one at a
time
P
Test repeated with capacitors short-circuited one at
a time, unless
P
capacitor is of class P2 of IEC 60252-1
N/A
Appliances with timer or programmer supplied with
rated voltage for each of the tests, for a period
equal to the maximum period allowed ...................:
N/A
Other appliances supplied with rated voltage for a
period as specified ................................................:
steady condition
P
Winding temperatures not exceeding values
specified in table 8 .................................................:
(see appended table)
P
N/A
A Mounting of separate control (IEC 60335-2-80)
Approximately 50 % of the area of each ventilating
opening is blocked. (IEC 60335-2-80)
Winding temperatures not exceeding values
specified in table 8 (IEC 60335-2-80)
19.8
Verdict
N/A
(see appended table)
N/A
The temperature rise of the board not exceed: (IEC 60335-2-80)
--
– 50 K, for appliances with T marking;
N/A
– 65 K, for other appliances.
N/A
Multi-phase motors operated at rated voltage with
one phase disconnected
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
19.9
Not applicable. (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
19.10
Series motor operated at 1.3 times rated voltage for
1 min (V) ................................................................:
N/A
During the test, parts not being ejected from the
appliance
N/A
Electronic circuits, compliance checked by
evaluation of the fault conditions specified in
19.11.2 for all circuits or parts of circuits, unless
P
they comply with the conditions specified in 19.11.1
N/A
Appliances incorporating an electronic circuit that
The most unfavourable case
relies upon a programmable component to function is the permanent operation.
correctly, subjected to the test of 19.11.4.8, unless
N/A
restarting does not result in a hazard
P
Appliances having a device with an off position
obtained by electronic disconnection, or a device
placing the appliance in a stand-by mode,
subjected to the tests of 19.11.4
P
If the safety of the appliance under any of the fault
conditions depends on the operation of a miniature
fuse-link complying with IEC 60127, the test of
19.12 is carried out
N/A
During and after each test the following is checked:
--
- the temperature of the windings do not exceed the
values specified in table 8
P
- the appliance complies with the conditions
specified in 19.13
P
- any current flowing through protective impedance
not exceeding the limits specified in 8.1.4
N/A
If a conductor of a printed board becomes open-circuited, the appliance is
considered to have withstood the particular test, provided both of the following
conditions are met:
N/A
- the base material of the printed circuit board
withstands the test of Annex E
N/A
- any loosened conductor does not reduce
clearance or creepage distances between live parts
and accessible metal parts below the values
specified in clause 29
N/A
Fault conditions a) to g) in 19.11.2 are not applied to circuits or parts of circuits
meeting both of the following conditions:
--
19.11
19.11.1
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- the electronic circuit is a low-power circuit, that is,
the maximum power at low-power points does not
exceed 15 W according to the tests specified
N/A
- the protection against electric shock, fire hazard,
mechanical hazard or dangerous malfunction of
other parts of the appliance does not rely on the
correct functioning of the electronic circuit
P
Fault conditions applied one at a time, the appliance operating under conditions
specified in clause 11, but supplied at rated voltage, duration of the tests as
specified:
P
a) short circuit of functional insulation if clearances
or creepage distances are less than the values
specified in clause 29
N/A
b) open circuit at the terminals of any component
P
c) short circuit of capacitors, unless
P
they comply with IEC 60384-14
N/A
d) short circuit of any two terminals of an electronic
component, other than integrated circuits
P
This fault condition is not applied between the two
circuits of an optocoupler
N/A
e) failure of triacs in the diode mode
N/A
f) failure of microprocessors and integrated circuits
N/A
g) failure of an electronic power switching device
P
Each low power circuit is short-circuited by
connecting the low-power point to the pole of the
supply source from which the measurements were
made
P
19.11.3
If the appliance incorporates a protective electronic No protective electronic circuit
circuit which operates to ensure compliance with
clause 19, the relevant test is repeated with a
single fault simulated, as indicated in a) to g) of
19.11.2
N/A
19.11.4
Appliances having a device with an off position
obtained by electronic disconnection, or
19.11.2
The most unfavourable case is N/A
the permanent operation.
a device that can be placed in the stand-by mode,
N/A
subjected to the tests of 19.11.4.1 to 19.11.4.7, the
device being set in the off position or in the standby mode
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Appliances incorporating a protective electronic
circuit subjected to the tests of 19.11.4.1 to
19.11.4.7, the tests being carried out after the
protective electronic circuit has operated, except
that
N/A
appliances operated for 30 s or 5 min during the
test of 19.7 are not subjected to the tests for
electromagnetic phenomena.
N/A
Surge protective devices disconnected, unless
N/A
They incorporate spark gaps
N/A
19.11.4.1
The appliance is subjected to electrostatic
discharges in accordance with IEC 61000-4-2, test
level 4
N/A
19.11.4.2
The appliance is subjected to radiated fields in
accordance with IEC 61000-4-3, test level 3
N/A
19.11.4.3
The appliance is subjected to fast transient bursts
in accordance with IEC 61000-4-4, test level 3 or 4
as specified
N/A
19.11.4.4
The power supply terminals of the appliance
subjected to voltage surges in accordance with IEC
61000-4-5, test level 3 or 4 as specified
N/A
Earthed heating elements in class I appliances
disconnected
N/A
19.11.4.5
The appliance is subjected to injected currents in
accordance with IEC 61000-4-6, test level 3
N/A
19.11.4.6
Appliances having a rated current not exceeding 16
A are subjected to the Class 3 voltage dips and
interruptions in accordance with IEC 61000-4-11
N/A
Appliances having a rated current exceeding 16 A
are subjected to the Class 3 voltage dips and
interruptions in accordance with IEC 61000-4-34
N/A
19.11.4.7
The appliance is subjected to mains signals in
accordance with IEC 61000-4-13, test level class 2
N/A
19.11.4.8
The appliance is supplied at rated voltage and
operated under normal operation. After 60s the
power supply is reduced to a level such that the
appliance ceases to respond or parts controlled by
the programmable component cease to operate
P
The appliance continues to operate normally, or
P
requires a manual operation to restart
P
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
19.12
If the safety of the appliance for any of the fault
conditions specified in 19.11.2 depends on the
operation of a miniature fuse-link complying with
IEC 60127, the test is repeated, measuring the
current flowing through the fuse-link; measured
current (A); rated current of the fuse-link (A).........:
N/A
19.13
During the tests the appliance does not emit
flames, molten metal, poisonous or ignitable gas in
hazardous amounts
P
Temperature rises not exceeding the values shown (see appended table)
in table 9 ................................................................:
P
Compliance with clause 8 not impaired
P
If the appliance can still be operated it complies
with 20.2
P
Insulation, other than of class III appliances or class III constructions that do not
contain live parts, withstands the electric strength test of 16.3, the test voltage as
specified in table 4:
--
- basic insulation (V) ..............................................:
L/N and motor surface
(1000V)
P
- supplementary insulation (V) ..............................:
Motor surface and enclosure
wrapped into metal foil
(1750V)
P
- reinforced insulation (V) ......................................:
L/N and enclosure wrapped
into metal foil (3000V)
P
After operation or interruption of a control,
clearances and creepage distances across the
functional insulation withstand the electric strength
test of 16.3, the test voltage being twice the
working voltage
N/A
The appliance does not undergo a dangerous
malfunction, and
P
no failure of protective electronic circuits, if the
appliance is still operable
P
Appliances tested with an electronic switch in the off position, or in the stand-by
mode:
--
- do not become operational, or
N/A
- if they become operational, do not result in a
dangerous malfunction during or after the tests of
19.11.4
N/A
If the appliance contains lids or doors that are controlled by one or more interlocks,
one of the interlocks may be released provided that:
--
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- the lid or door does not move automatically to an
open position when the interlock is released, and
N/A
- the appliance does not start after the cycle in
which the interlock was released
N/A
Appliances operated under the conditions of clause
11, any contactor or relay contact operating under
the conditions of clause 11 being short-circuited
N/A
For a relay or contactor with more than one contact,
all contacts are short-circuited at the same time
N/A
A relay or contactor operating only to ensure the
appliance is energized for normal use is not shortcircuited
N/A
If more than one relay or contactor operates in
clause 11, they are short-circuited in turn
N/A
19.15
For appliances with a mains voltage selector
switch, the switch is set to the lowest rated voltage
position and the highest value of rated voltage is
applied
N/A
19.101
N/A
20
Fans incorporating shutters or similar that are
operated automatically are supplied at rated voltage
in the closed or open position, whichever is more
unfavourable (IEC 60335-2-80)
STABILITY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS
20.1
Appliances having adequate stability
19.14
A
20.2
P
Appliance shall be installed
properly according to the
User’s Manual.
P
Tilting test through an angle of 10°, appliance
placed on an inclined plane/horizontal support, not
connected to the supply mains; appliance does not
overturn
N/A
Tilting test repeated on appliances with heating
elements, angle of inclination increased to 15°
N/A
Possible heating test in overturned position;
temperature rise does not exceed values shown in
table 9
N/A
Portable pedestal fans exceeding 1,7 m and
exceeding 10 kg tested with a force of 40 N at 1,5 m.
(IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
Moving parts adequately arranged or enclosed as
to provide protection against personal injury
P
Protective enclosures, guards and similar parts are
non-detachable, and
P
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Clause
20.101
Requirement - Test
21.1
21.2
Verdict
have adequate mechanical strength
P
Enclosures that can be opened by overriding an
interlock are considered to be detachable parts
P
Self-resetting thermal cut-outs and overcurrent
protective devices not causing a hazard by
unexpected closure
P
Not possible to touch dangerous moving parts with
the test probe described
P
Fan blades, other than those for mounting at high
level, shall be guarded, unless: (IEC 60335-2-80)
-they have a hardness less than D 60 Shore, or
N/A
-they have a peripheral speed less than 15 m/s
when the fan is supplied at rated voltage, or
21
Result - Remark
N/A
v < 15 m/s
(150T:
9,4 m/s
125 TH: 13,1 m/s;
100TH: 14,76 m/s;)
P
-the fan has a power output not exceeding 2 W
when supplied at rated voltage.
MECHANICAL STRENGTH
N/A
Appliance has adequate mechanical strength and is
constructed as to withstand rough handling
P
Checked by applying 3 blows to every point of the
enclosure like to be weak, in accordance with test
Ehb of IEC 60068-2-75, spring hammer test, with
an impact energy of 0,5 J
P
The appliance shows no damage impairing
compliance with this standard, and
P
compliance with 8.1, 15.1 and clause 29 not
impaired
P
If doubt, supplementary or reinforced insulation
subjected to the electric strength test of 16.3
N/A
If necessary, repetition of groups of three blows on
a new sample
N/A
Accessible parts of solid insulation having strength
to prevent penetration by sharp implements
P
Test not applicable if the thickness of
supplementary insulation is at least 1 mm and
reinforced insulation at least 2 mm
P
The insulation is tested as specified, and does
withstand the electric strength test of 16.3
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
21.101
Fan guards are subjected to a push and pull force of
20 N. Dangerous moving parts are not accessible
(IEC 60335-2-80)
P
The test probe is applied with a force not exceeding
5N. (IEC 60335-2-80/A2)
P
21.102
Ceiling fans have adequate strength. Load four times
mass (.......) (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
22
CONSTRUCTION
P
22.1
Appliance marked with the first numeral of the IP
system, relevant requirements of IEC 60529 are
fulfilled
A NOTE 101 The enclosure defined in IEC 60529
does not include guards for fan blades. (IEC 603352-80)
22.2
22.3
Result - Remark
IP 4X
Verdict
P
P
Stationary appliance: means to ensure all-pole disconnection from the supply being -provided:
- a supply cord fitted with a plug, or
N/A
- a switch complying with 24.3, or
N/A
- a statement in the instruction sheet that a
disconnection incorporated in the fixed wiring is to
be provided, or
P
- an appliance inlet
N/A
Singe-pole switches and single-pole protective
devices for the disconnection of heating elements
in single-phase, permanently connected class 01
and class I appliances, connected to the phase
conductor
N/A
Appliance provided with pins: no undue strain on
socket-outlets
N/A
Applied torque not exceeding 0.25 Nm
N/A
Pull force of 50N to each pin after the appliance
has being placed in the heating cabinet; when
cooled to room temperature the pins are not
displaced by more than 1mm
N/A
Each pin subjected to a torque of 0.4Nm; the pins
are not rotating, unless
N/A
rotating does not impair compliance with this
standard
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
22.4
Appliance for heating liquids and appliance causing
undue vibration not provided with pins for insertion
into socket-outlets
N/A
22.5
No risk of electric shock when touching the pins of
the plug, for appliances having a capacitor with
rated capacitance exceeding 0,1µF, the appliance
being disconnected from the supply at the instant of
voltage peak
N/A
Voltage not exceeding 34 V (V) ............................:
N/A
Electrical insulation not affected by condensing
water or leaking liquid
N/A
Electrical insulation of Class II appliances not
affected if a hose ruptures or seal leaks
N/A
In case of doubt, test as described
N/A
22.7
Adequate safeguards against the risk of excessive
pressure in appliances containing liquid or gases or
having steam-producing devices
N/A
22.8
Electrical connections not subject to pulling during
cleaning of compartments to which access can be
gained without the aid of a tool, and that are likely
to be cleaned in normal use
N/A
22.9
Insulation, internal wiring, windings, commutators
and slip rings not exposed to oil, grease or similar
substances, unless
N/A
the substance has adequate insulating properties
N/A
Not possible to reset voltage-maintained non-selfresetting thermal cut-outs by the operation of an
automatic switching device incorporated within the
appliance, if:
N/A
- a non-self-resetting thermal cut-out is required by
the standard, and
N/A
- a voltage maintained non-self-resetting thermal
cut-out is used to meet it
N/A
Non-self-resetting thermal motor protectors have a
trip-free action, unless
N/A
they are voltage maintained
N/A
Reset buttons of non-self-resetting controls so
located or protected that accidental resetting is
unlikely
N/A
22.6
22.10
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Clause
Requirement - Test
22.11
Reliable fixing of non-detachable parts that provide
the necessary degree of protection against electric
shock, moisture or contact with moving parts
P
Obvious locked position of snap-in devices used for
fixing such parts
P
No deterioration of the fixing properties of snap-in
devices used in parts that are likely to be removed
during installation or servicing
P
The 50 N force is not applied to clips used to fasten
fan guards. (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
Instead, a force of 15 N is applied in any direction
to the clips in an attempt to release them. (IEC
60335-2-80)
Tests as described
N/A
M
22.12
Handles, knobs etc. fixed in a reliable manner
Result - Remark
Verdict
The test was applied only with P
30N by fingertip
N/A
Fixing in wrong position of handles, knobs etc.
indicating position of switches or similar
components not possible
N/A
Axial force 15 N applied to parts, the shape being
so that an axial pull is unlikely to be applied
N/A
Axial force 30 N applied to parts, the shape being
so that an axial pull is likely to be applied
N/A
22.13
Unlikely that handles, when gripped as in normal
use, make the operator’s hand touch parts having a
temperature rise exceeding the value specified for
handles which are held for short periods only
N/A
22.14
No ragged or sharp edges creating a hazard for the
user in normal use, or during user maintenance
P
No exposed pointed ends of self-tapping screws or
other fasteners, likely to be touched by the user in
normal use or during user maintenance
P
22.15
Storage hooks and the like for flexible cords
smooth and well rounded
N/A
22.16
Automatic cord reels cause no undue abrasion or
damage to the sheath of the flexible cord, no
breakage of conductors strands and no undue wear
of contacts
N/A
Cord reel tested with 6000 operations, as specified
N/A
Electric strength test of 16.3, voltage of 1000 V
applied
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
22.17
Spacers not removable from the outside by hand or
by means of a screwdriver or a spanner
N/A
22.18
Current-carrying parts and other metal parts
resistant to corrosion
P
22.19
Driving belts not relied upon to provide the required
level of insulation, unless
N/A
constructed to prevent inappropriate replacement
N/A
Direct contact between live parts and thermal
insulation effectively prevented, unless
N/A
material used is non-corrosive, non-hygroscopic
and non-combustible
N/A
Wood, cotton, silk, ordinary paper and fibrous or
hygroscopic material not used as insulation, unless
P
impregnated
N/A
This requirement does not apply to magnesium
oxide and mineral ceramic fibres used for the
electrical insulation of heating elements
N/A
22.22
Appliances not containing asbestos
P
22.23
Oils containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) not
used
P
22.24
Bare heating elements, except in class III
appliances or class III constructions that do not
contain live parts, adequately supported
N/A
In case of rupture, the heating conductor is unlikely
to come in contact with accessible metal parts
N/A
22.25
Sagging heating conductors, except in class III
appliances or class III constructions that do not
contain live parts, cannot come into contact with
accessible metal parts
N/A
22.26
For class III constructions the insulation between
parts operating at safety extra-low voltage and
other live parts complies with the requirements for
double or reinforced insulation
N/A
22.27
Parts connected by protective impedance
separated by double or reinforced insulation
N/A
22.28
Metal parts of Class II appliances conductively
connected to gas pipes or in contact with water,
separated from live parts by double or reinforced
insulation
N/A
22.20
22.21
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Requirement - Test
22.29
Class II appliances permanently connected to fixed
wiring so constructed that the required degree of
access to live parts is maintained after installation
N/A
22.30
Parts serving as supplementary or reinforced
insulation fixed so that they cannot be removed
without being seriously damaged, or
P
so constructed that they cannot be replaced in an
incorrect position, and so that if they are omitted,
the appliance is rendered inoperable or manifestly
incomplete
P
Neither clearances nor creepage distances over
supplementary and reinforced insulation reduced
below values specified in clause 29 as a result of
wear
P
Neither clearances nor creepage distances
between live parts and accessible parts reduced
below values for supplementary insulation if wires,
screws etc. become loose
P
Supplementary and reinforced insulation
constructed or protected against pollution so that
clearances or creepage distances are not reduced
below the values in clause 29
P
Supplementary insulation of natural or synthetic
rubber resistant to ageing, or arranged and
dimensioned so that creepage distances are not
reduced below values specified in 29.2
N/A
Ceramic material not tightly sintered, similar
materials or beads alone not used as
supplementary or reinforced insulation
N/A
Insulating material in which heating conductors are
embedded is considered to be basic insulation, not
reinforced insulation
N/A
Oxygen bomb test at 70 °C for 96 h and 16 h at
room temperature
N/A
Conductive liquids that are or may become
accessible in normal use and conductive liquids
that are in contact with unearthed accessible metal
parts are not in direct contact with live parts
N/A
Electrodes not used for heating liquids
N/A
For class II constructions, conductive liquids that
are or may become accessible in normal use and
conductive liquids that are in contact with
unearthed accessible metal parts, not in direct
contact with basic or reinforced insulation, unless
N/A
22.31
22.32
22.33
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22.34
22.35
22.36
22.37
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
the reinforced insulation consists of at least 3 layers
N/A
For class II constructions, conductive liquids which
are in contact with live parts, not in direct contact
with reinforced insulation, unless
N/A
the reinforced insulation consists of at least 3 layers
N/A
An air layer not used as basic or supplementary
insulation in a double insulation system if likely to
be bridged by leaking liquid
N/A
Shafts of operating knobs, handles, levers etc. not
live, unless
N/A
the shaft is not accessible when the part is
removed
N/A
For other than class III constructions, handles,
levers and knobs, held or actuated in normal use,
not becoming live in the event of a failure of basic
insulation
N/A
Such parts being of metal, and their shafts or
fixings are likely to become live in the event of a
failure of basic insulation, are either adequately
covered by insulation material or their accessible
parts are separated from their shafts or fixings by
supplementary insulation
N/A
This requirement does not apply to handles, levers
and knobs on stationary appliances, other than
those of electrical components, provided they are
reliably connected to an earthing terminal or
earthing contact, or separated from live parts by
earthed metal
N/A
Insulating material covering metal handles, levers
and knobs withstand the electric strength test of
16.3 for supplementary insulation
N/A
For appliances other than class III, handles
continuously held in the hand in normal use so
constructed that when gripped as in normal use,
the operators hand is not likely to touch metal parts,
unless
N/A
they are separated from live parts by double or
reinforced insulation
N/A
Capacitors in Class II appliances not connected to
accessible metal parts and their casings, if of
metal, separated from accessible metal parts by
supplementary insulation, unless
P
the capacitors comply with 22.42
N/A
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Requirement - Test
22.38
Capacitors not connected between the contacts of
a thermal cut-out
N/A
22.39
Lamp holders used only for the connection of lamps
N/A
22.40
Motor-operated appliances and combined
appliances intended to be moved while in
operation, or having accessible moving parts, fitted
with a switch to control the motor. The actuating
member of the switch being easily visible and
accessible
N/A
If the appliance cannot operate continuously,
automatically or remotely without giving rise to a
hazard, appliances for remote operation being fitted
with a switch for stopping the operation. The
actuating member of the switch being easily visible
and accessible
N/A
22.41
No components, other than lamps, containing
mercury
P
22.42
Protective impedance consisting of at least two
separate components
N/A
Values specified in 8.1.4 not exceeded if any one of
the components are short-circuited or opencircuited
N/A
Resistors checked by the test of 14.1 a) in IEC
60065
N/A
Capacitors checked by the tests for class Y
capacitors in IEC 60384-14
N/A
22.43
Appliances adjustable for different voltages,
accidental changing of the setting of the voltage
unlikely to occur
N/A
22.44
Appliances not having an enclosure that is shaped
or decorated like a toy
P
22.45
When air is used as reinforced insulation,
clearances not reduced below the values specified
in 29.1.3 due to deformation as a result of an
external force applied to the enclosure
N/A
22.46
For programmable protective electronic circuits
used to ensure compliance with the standard, the
software contains measures to control the
fault/error conditions in table R.1
N/A
Software that contains measures to control the
fault/error conditions specified in table R.2 is to be
specified in parts 2 for particular constructions or to
address specific hazards
N/A
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
These requirements are not applicable to software
used for functional purpose or compliance with
clause 11
N/A
Appliances connected to the water mains withstand
the water pressure expected in normal use
N/A
No leakage from any part, including any inlet water
hose
N/A
22.48
Appliances connected to the water mains
constructed to prevent backsiphonage of nonpotable water
N/A
22.49
For remote operation, the duration of operation is to
be set before the appliance can be started, unless
N/A
the appliance switches off automatically or can
operate continuously without hazard
N/A
22.50
Controls incorporated in the appliance take priority
over controls actuated by remote operation
N/A
22.51
There is a control on the appliance manually
adjusted to the setting for remote operation before
the appliance can be operated in this mode
N/A
There is a visual indication showing that the
appliance is adjusted for remote operation
N/A
These requirements not necessary on appliances that can operate as follows,
without giving rise to a hazard:
--
- continuously, or
N/A
- automatically, or
N/A
- remotely
N/A
22.52
Socket-outlets on appliances accessible to the user
in accordance with the socket-outlet system used in
the country in which the appliance is sold
N/A
22.101
Appliances having provision for attaching a luminaire
incorporate appropriate terminals and internal wiring.
(IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
23
INTERNAL WIRING
P
23.1
Wireways smooth and free from sharp edges
P
Wires protected against contact with burrs, cooling
fins etc.
P
Wire holes in metal well-rounded or provided with
bushings
N/A
Wiring effectively prevented from coming into
contact with moving parts
P
22.47
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Requirement - Test
23.2
Beads etc. on live wires cannot change their
position, and are not resting on sharp edges
N/A
Beads inside flexible metal conduits contained
within an insulating sleeve
N/A
Electrical connections and internal conductors
movable relatively to each other not exposed to
undue stress
N/A
Flexible metallic tubes not causing damage to
insulation of conductors
N/A
Open-coil springs not used
N/A
Adequate insulating lining provided inside a coiled
spring, the turns of which touch one another
N/A
23.3
Result - Remark
Verdict
M No damage after 100 000 flexings for conductors
flexed during normal use and at rated voltage, or
(IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
100 flexings for conductors flexed during user
maintenance
N/A
Electric strength test of 16.3, 1000 V between live
parts and accessible metal parts
N/A
Not more than 10% of the strands of any conductor
broken, and
N/A
not more than 30% for wiring supplying circuits that
consume no more than 15W
N/A
23.4
Bare internal wiring sufficiently rigid and fixed
N/A
23.5
The insulation of internal wiring subjected to the
supply mains voltage withstanding the electrical
stress likely to occur in normal use
P
Basic insulation electrically equivalent to the basic
insulation of cords complying with IEC 60227 or
IEC 60245, or
N/A
no breakdown when a voltage of 2000 V is applied
for 15 min between the conductor and metal foil
wrapped around the insulation
P
Sleeving used as supplementary insulation on
internal wiring retained in position by clamping at
both ends, or
N/A
be such that it can only be removed by breaking or
cutting
N/A
The colour combination green/yellow only used for
earthing conductors
N/A
23.6
23.7
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23.8
Aluminium wires not used for internal wiring
N/A
23.9
Stranded conductors not consolidated by soldering
where they are subjected to contact pressure,
unless
P
the contact pressure is provided by spring terminals
N/A
23.10
The insulation and sheath of internal wiring,
incorporated in external hoses for the connection of
an appliance to the water mains, at least equivalent
to that of light polyvinyl chloride sheathed flexible
cord (60227 IEC 52)
N/A
24
COMPONENTS
P
24.1
Components comply with safety requirements in
relevant IEC standards
see components list
P
List of components ................................................:
(see appended table)
P
24.1.1
Result - Remark
Verdict
If components have not been tested and found to
comply with relevant IEC standard for the number
of cycles specified, they are tested in accordance
with 24.1.1 to 24.1.9
P
For components mentioned in 24.1.1 to 24.1.9 no
additional tests specified in the relevant component
standard are necessary other than those specified
in 24.1.1 to 24.1.9
P
Components not tested and found to comply with
relevant IEC standard and components not marked
or not used in accordance with its marking, tested
under the conditions occurring in the appliance
P
Lampholders and starterholders that have not being
tested and found to comply with the relevant IEC
standard, tested as a part of the appliance and
additionally according to the gauging and
interchangeability requirements of the relevant IEC
standard
N/A
No additional tests specified for nationally
standardized plugs such as those detailed in
IEC/TR 60083 or connectors complying with the
standard sheets of IEC 60320-1 and IEC 60309
N/A
Capacitors likely to be permanently subjected to the
supply voltage and used for radio interference
suppression or for voltage dividing, complying with
IEC 60384-14
P
If the capacitors have to be tested, they are tested
according to Annex F
N/A
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24.1.2
Safety isolating transformers complying with IEC
61558-2-6
N/A
If they have to be tested, they are tested according
to Annex G
N/A
Switches complying with IEC 61058-1, the number
of cycles of operation being at least 10 000
P
If they have to be tested, they are tested according
to Annex H
P
If the switch operates a relay or contactor, the
complete switching system is subjected to the test
N/A
If the switch only operates a motor staring relay
complying with IEC 60730-2-10 with the number of
cycles of a least 10 000 as specified, the complete
switching system need not be tested
N/A
Automatic controls complying with IEC 60730-1 with the relevant part 2. The
number of cycles of operation being at least:
N/A
- thermostats:
10 000
N/A
1 000
N/A
300
N/A
1 000
N/A
30
N/A
3 000
N/A
10 000
N/A
24.1.3
24.1.4
- temperature limiters:
Result - Remark
- self-resetting thermal cut-outs:
- voltage maintained non-self-resetting
thermal cut-outs:
- other non-self-resetting thermal cut-outs:
- timers:
- energy regulators:
24.1.5
Verdict
The number of cycles for controls operating during
clause 11 need not be declared, if the appliance
meets the requirements of this standard when they
are short-circuited
N/A
Thermal motor protectors are tested in combination
with their motor under the conditions specified in
Annex D
N/A
For water valves containing live parts and that are
incorporated in external hoses for connection of an
appliance to the water mains, the degree of
protection declared for subclause 6.5.2 of IEC
60730-2-8 is IPX7
N/A
Appliance couplers complying with IEC 60320-1
N/A
However, for appliances classified higher than
IPX0, the appliance couplers complying with IEC
60320-2-3
N/A
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Interconnection couplers complying with IEC
60320-2-2
N/A
24.1.6
Small lamp holders similar to E10 lampholders
complying with IEC 60238, the requirements for
E10 lampholders being applicable
N/A
24.1.7
For remote operation of the appliance via a
telecommunication network, the relevant standard
for the telecommunication interface circuitry in the
appliance is IEC 62151
N/A
24.1.8
The relevant standard for thermal links is IEC
60691
N/A
Thermal links not complying with IEC 60691 are
considered to be an intentionally weak part for the
purposes of Clause 19
N/A
Contactors and relays, other than motor starting
relays, tested as part of the appliance
N/A
They are also tested in accordance with Clause 17
of IEC 60730-1, the number of cycles of operations
in 24.1.4 selected according to the contactor or
relay function in the appliance ...............................:
N/A
Appliances not fitted with:
--
- switches or automatic controls in flexible cords
N/A
- devices causing the protective device in the fixed
wiring to operate in the event of a fault in the
appliance
N/A
- thermal cut-outs that can be reset by soldering,
unless
N/A
the solder has a melding point of at least 230 ˚C
N/A
24.1.9
24.2
A Switches or automatic controls in flexible cords are
allowed for appliances not exceeding 25 W. (IEC
60335-2-80)
N/A
24.3
Switches intended for all-pole disconnection of
stationary appliances are directly connected to the
supply terminals and have a contact separation in
all poles, providing full disconnection under
overvoltage category III conditions
N/A
24.4
Plugs and socket-outlets for extra-low voltage
circuits and heating elements, not interchangeable
with plugs and socket-outlets listed in
IEC/TR 60083 or IEC 60906-1 or with connectors
and appliance inlets complying with the standard
sheets of IEC 60320-1
N/A
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24.5
Capacitors in auxiliary windings of motors marked
with their rated voltage and capacitance, and used
accordingly
N/A
Voltage across capacitors in series with a motor
winding does not exceed 1,1 times rated voltage,
when the appliance is supplied at 1,1 times rated
voltage under minimum load
N/A
Working voltage of motors connected to the supply
mains and having basic insulation that is
inadequate for the rated voltage of the appliance,
not exceeding 42 V
N/A
In addition, the motors comply with the
requirements of Annex I
N/A
Detachable hose-sets for connection of appliances
to the water mains comply with IEC 61770
N/A
They are supplied with the appliance
N/A
Appliances intended to be permanently connected
to the water mains not connected by a detachable
hose-set
N/A
Motor running capacitors in appliances for which
30.2.3 is applicable and that are permanently
connected in series with a motor winding, not
causing a hazard in event of a failure
P
One or more of the following conditions are to be met:
--
- the capacitors are of class P2 according to IEC
60252-1
N/A
- the capacitors are housed within a metallic or
ceramic enclosure
N/A
- the distance of separation of the outer surface to
adjacent non-metallic parts exceeds 50 mm
N/A
- adjacent non-metallic parts within 50 mm
withstand the needle-flame test of Annex E
P
- adjacent non-metallic parts within 50 mm classified as at least V-1 according to IEC 60695-11-10
N/A
24.101
Thermal cut-outs in duct fans in order to comply with Not a duct fan
cl. 19 are not self-resetting (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
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SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CORDS
P
25.1
Appliance not intended for permanent connection to fixed wiring, means for
connection to the supply:
24.6
24.7
24.8
- supply cord fitted with a plug,
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25.2
25.3
25.4
25.5
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- an appliance inlet having at least the same degree
of protection against moisture as required for the
appliance, or
N/A
- pins for insertion into socket-outlets
N/A
Appliance not provided with more than one means
of connection to the supply mains
P
Stationary appliance for multiple supply may be
provided with more than one means of connection,
provided electric strength test of 1250 V for 1 min
between each means of connection causes no
breakdown
N/A
Appliance intended to be permanently connected to fixed wiring provided with one
of the following means for connection to the supply mains:
--
- a set of terminals allowing the connection of a
flexible cord
P
- a fitted supply cord
N/A
- a set of supply leads accommodated in a suitable
compartment
N/A
- a set of terminals for the connection of cables of
fixed wiring, cross-sectional areas specified in 26.6,
and the appliance allows the connection of the
supply conductors after the appliance has been
fixed to its support
N/A
- a set of terminals and cable entries, conduit
entries, knock-outs or glands, allowing connection
of appropriate types of cable or conduit, and the
appliance allows the connection of the supply
conductors after the appliance has been fixed to its
support
N/A
For a fixed appliance constructed so that parts can
be removed to facilitate easy installation, this
requirement is met if it is possible to connect the
fixed wiring without difficulty after a part of the
appliance has been fixed to its support
N/A
Flexible cord
Cable and conduit entries, rated current of
appliance not exceeding 16 A, dimension according
to table 10 (mm) ....................................................:
N/A
Introduction of conduit or cable does not reduce
clearances or creepage distances below values
specified in clause 29
N/A
Method for assembling the supply cord to the appliance:
--
- type X attachment
N/A
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- type Y attachment
P
- type Z attachment, if allowed in relevant part 2
N/A
Type X attachment, other than those with a
specially prepared cord, not used for flat twin tinsel
cords
N/A
For multi-phase appliances supplied with a supply
cord and that are intended to be permanently
connected to fixed wiring, the supply cord is
assembled to the appliance by type Y attachment
N/A
A - type Z attachment is allowed for portable fans (IEC
60335-2-80)
N/A
25.6
Plugs fitted with only one flexible cord
N/A
25.7
Supply cords, other than for class III appliances, being one of the following types:
--
- rubber sheathed (at least 60245 IEC 53)
N/A
- polychloroprene sheathed (at least 60245 IEC 57)
N/A
- cross-linked polyvinyl chloride sheathed (at least
60245 IEC 88)
N/A
- polyvinyl chloride sheathed. Not used if they are likely to touch metal parts having
a temperature rise exceeding 75 K during the test of clause 11
--
•
light polyvinyl chloride sheathed cord
(60227 IEC 52), for appliances not
exceeding 3 kg
N/A
•
ordinary polyvinyl chloride sheathed cord
(60227 IEC 53), for other appliances
P
- heat resistant polyvinyl chloride sheathed. Not used for type X attachment other
than specially prepared cords
25.8
--
•
heat-resistant light polyvinyl chloride
sheathed cord (60227 IEC 56), for
appliances not exceeding 3 kg
N/A
•
heat-resistant polyvinyl chloride sheathed
cord (60227 IEC 57), for other appliances
N/A
Supply cords for class III appliances adequately
insulated
N/A
Test with 500 V for 2 min for supply cords of class
III appliances that contain live parts
N/A
Nominal cross-sectional area of supply cords not
less than table 11; rated current (A); cross-sectional
area (mm²) .............................................................:
N/A
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Requirement - Test
25.9
Supply cords not in contact with sharp points or
edges
N/A
25.10
Supply cord of class I appliances have a
green/yellow core for earthing
N/A
25.11
Conductors of supply cords not consolidated by
soldering where they are subject to contact
pressure, unless
N/A
the contact pressure is provided by spring terminals
N/A
25.12
Insulation of the supply cord not damaged when
moulding the cord to part of the enclosure
N/A
25.13
Inlet openings so constructed as to prevent
damage to the supply cord
N/A
If the enclosure at the inlet opening is not of
insulating material, a non-detachable lining or
bushing complying with 29.3 for supplementary
insulation provided
N/A
If unsheathed supply cord, a similar additional
bushing or lining is required, unless the appliance is
N/A
class 0, or
N/A
a class III appliance not containing live parts
N/A
Supply cords moved while in operation adequately
protected against excessive flexing
N/A
Flexing test, as described:
--
- applied force (N)..................................................:
N/A
- number of flexings ...............................................:
N/A
The test does not result in:
--
- short-circuit between the conductors, such that
the current exceeds a value of twice the rated
current
N/A
- breakage of more than 10% of the strands of any
conductor
N/A
- separation of the conductor from its terminal
N/A
- loosening of any cord guard
N/A
- damage to the cord or the cord guard
N/A
- broken strands piercing the insulation and
becoming accessible
N/A
25.14
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Requirement - Test
25.15
For appliances with supply cord and appliances to
be permanently connected to fixed wiring by a
flexible cord, conductors of the supply cord relieved
from strain, twisting and abrasion by use of cord
anchorage
P
The cord cannot be pushed into the appliance to
such an extent that the cord or internal parts of the
appliance can be damaged
P
Pull and torque test of supply cord, values shown in 60 N; 0,25 Nm
table 12: mass (kg); pull (N); torque (not on
automatic cord reel) (Nm)......................................:
P
Cord not damaged and max. 2 mm displacement of
the cord
P
Cord anchorages for type X attachments constructed and located so that:
N/A
- replacement of the cord is easily possible
N/A
- it is clear how the relief from strain and the
prevention of twisting are obtained
N/A
- they are suitable for different types of supply cord
N/A
- cord cannot touch the clamping screws of cord
anchorage if these screws are accessible, unless
N/A
they are separated from accessible metal parts by
supplementary insulation
N/A
- the cord is not clamped by a metal screw which
bears directly on the cord
N/A
- at least one part of the cord anchorage securely
fixed to the appliance, unless
N/A
it is part of a specially prepared cord
N/A
- screws which have to be operated when replacing
the cord do not fix any other component, unless
N/A
the appliance becomes inoperative or incomplete or
the parts cannot be removed without a tool
N/A
- if labyrinths can be bypassed the test of 25.15 is
nevertheless withstood
N/A
- for class 0, 0I and I appliances they are of
insulating material or are provided with an
insulating lining, unless
N/A
failure of the insulation of the cord does not make
accessible metal parts live
N/A
- for class II appliances they are of insulating
material, or
N/A
25.16
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
if of metal, they are insulated from accessible metal
parts by supplementary insulation
N/A
After the test of 25.15, under the conditions
specified, the conductors have not moved by more
than 1 mm in the terminals
N/A
25.17
Adequate cord anchorages for type Y and Z
attachment, test with the cord supplied with the
appliance
N/A
25.18
Cord anchorages only accessible with the aid of a
tool, or
P
Constructed so that the cord can only be fitted with
the aid of a tool
P
Type X attachment, glands not used as cord
anchorage in portable appliances
N/A
Tying the cord into a knot or tying the cord with
string not used
N/A
25.20
The insulated conductors of the supply cord for
type Y and Z attachment additionally insulated from
accessible metal parts
N/A
25.21
Space for supply cord for type X attachment or for connection of fixed wiring
constructed:
P
- to permit checking of conductors with respect to
correct positioning and connection before fitting any
cover
P
- so there is no risk of damage to the conductors or
their insulation when fitting the cover
P
- for portable appliances, so that the uninsulated
end of a conductor, if it becomes free from the
terminal, prevented from contact with accessible
metal parts
N/A
2 N test to the conductor for portable appliances;
no contact with accessible metal parts
N/A
Appliance inlets:
N/A
- live parts not accessible during insertion or
removal
N/A
Requirement not applicable to appliance inlets
complying with IEC 60320-1
N/A
- connector can be inserted without difficulty
N/A
- the appliance is not supported by the connector
N/A
25.19
25.22
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- not for cold conditions if temp. rise of external
metal parts exceeds 75 K during clause 11, unless
N/A
the supply cord is unlikely to touch such metal parts
N/A
Interconnection cords comply with the requirements
for the supply cord, except that:
N/A
- the cross-sectional area of the conductors is
determined on the basis of the maximum current
during clause 11
N/A
- the thickness of the insulation may be reduced
N/A
If necessary, electric strength test of 16.3
N/A
25.24
Interconnection cords not detachable without the
aid of a tool if compliance with this standard is
impaired when they are disconnected
N/A
25.25
Dimensions of pins that are inserted into socketoutlets compatible with the dimensions of the
relevant socket-outlet.
N/A
Dimensions of pins and engagement face in
accordance with the dimensions of the relevant
plug in IEC/TR 60083
N/A
26
TERMINALS FOR EXTERNAL CONDUCTORS
P
26.1
Appliances provided with terminals or equally
effective devices for connection of external
conductors
P
Terminals only accessible after removal of a nondetachable cover, except
P
for class III appliances that do not contain live parts
N/A
Earthing terminals may be accessible if a tool is
required to make the connections and means are
provided to clamp the wire independently from its
connection
N/A
Appliances with type X attachment and appliances
for the connection of cables to fixed wiring provided
with terminals in which connections are made by
means of screws, nuts or similar devices, unless
P
the connections are soldered
N/A
Screws and nuts not used to fix any other
component, except
P
internal conductors, if so arranged that they are
unlikely to be displaced when fitting the supply
conductors
N/A
25.23
26.2
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26.3
26.4
26.5
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
If soldered connections used, the conductor so
positioned or fixed that reliance is not placed on
soldering alone, unless
N/A
barriers provided so that neither clearances nor
creepage distances between live parts and other
metal parts reduced below the values for
supplementary insulation if the conductor becomes
free at the soldered joint
N/A
Terminals for type X attachment and for connection
of cables of fixed wiring so constructed that the
conductor is clamped between metal surfaces with
sufficient contact pressure but without damaging
the conductor
P
Terminals fixed so that when the clamping means is tightened or loosened:
--
- the terminal does not become loose
P
- internal wiring is not subjected to stress
P
- neither clearances nor creepage distances are
reduced below the values in clause 29
P
Compliance checked by inspection and by the test 0,25; III; 0,27
of subclause 9.6 of IEC 60999-1, the torque applied
being equal to two-thirds of the torque specified
(Nm).......................................................................:
P
No deep or sharp indentations of the conductors
P
Terminals for type X attachment, except those
having a specially prepared cord and those for the
connection of cables of fixed wiring, no special
preparation of conductors such as by soldering, use
of cable lugs, eyelets or similar, and
P
so constructed or placed that conductors prevented
from slipping out when clamping screws or nuts are
tightened
P
Terminals for type X attachment so located or
shielded that if a wire of a stranded conductor
escapes, no risk of accidental connection to other
parts that result in a hazard
N/A
Stranded conductor test, 8 mm insulation removed
N/A
No contact between live parts and accessible metal
parts and,
N/A
for class II constructions, between live parts and
metal parts separated from accessible metal parts
by supplementary insulation only
N/A
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Requirement - Test
26.6
Terminals for type X attachment and for connection Imax<3A
2
of cables of fixed wiring suitable for connection of
Dnom:0,5-0,75 mm
conductors with cross-sectional area according to
table 13; rated current (A); nominal cross-sectional
area (mm²) .............................................................:
P
If a specially prepared cord is used, terminals need
only be suitable for that cord
N/A
26.7
Terminals for type X attachment, except in class III
appliances not containing live parts, accessible
after removal of a cover or part of the enclosure
N/A
26.8
Terminals for the connection of fixed wiring,
including the earthing terminal, located close to
each other
P
26.9
Terminals of the pillar type constructed and located
as specified
P
26.10
Terminals with screw clamping and screwless
terminals not used for flat twin tinsel cords, unless
N/A
conductors ends fitted with means suitable for
screw terminals
N/A
Pull test of 5 N to the connection
N/A
For type Y and Z attachment, soldered, welded,
crimped or similar connections may be used
N/A
For Class II appliances, the conductor so
positioned or fixed that reliance is not placed on
soldering, welding or crimping alone
N/A
If soldering, welding or crimping alone used,
barriers provided so that clearances and creepage
distances between live parts and other metal parts
are not reduced below the values for
supplementary insulation if the conductor becomes
free
N/A
27
PROVISION FOR EARTHING
P
27.1
Accessible metal parts of Class 0I and I appliances
permanently and reliably connected to an earthing
terminal or earthing contact of the appliance inlet
N/A
Earthing terminals and earthing contacts not
connected to the neutral terminal
N/A
Class 0, II and III appliances have no provision for
earthing
P
Safety extra-low voltage circuits not earthed, unless
N/A
protective extra-low voltage circuits
N/A
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Requirement - Test
27.2
Clamping means of earthing terminals adequately
secured against accidental loosening
N/A
Terminals for the connection of external
equipotential bonding conductors allow connection
of conductors of 2.5 to 6 mm², and
N/A
do not provide earthing continuity between different
parts of the appliance, and
N/A
conductors cannot be loosened without the aid of a
tool
N/A
For a detachable part having an earth connection
and being plugged into another part of the
appliance, the earth connection is made before and
separated after current-carrying connections when
removing the part
N/A
For appliances with supply cords, current-carrying
conductors become taut before earthing conductor,
if the cord slips out of the cord anchorage
N/A
No risk of corrosion resulting from contact between
parts of the earthing terminal and the copper of the
earthing conductor or other metal
N/A
Parts providing earthing continuity, other than parts
of a metal frame or enclosure, have adequate
resistance to corrosion
N/A
If of steel, these parts provided with an
electroplated coating with a thickness at least 5 µm
N/A
Adequate protection against rusting of parts of
coated or uncoated steel, only intended to provide
or transmit contact pressure
N/A
In the body of the earthing terminal is a part of a
frame or enclosure of aluminium or aluminium
alloys, precautions taken to avoid risk of corrosion
N/A
Low resistance of connection between earthing
terminal and earthed metal parts
N/A
This requirement does not apply to connections
providing earthing continuity in the protective extralow voltage circuit, provided the clearances of basic
insulation are based on the rated voltage of the
appliance
N/A
Resistance not exceeding 0,1 Ω at the specified
low-resistance test (Ω ) .........................................:
N/A
The printed conductors of printed circuit boards not
used to provide earthing continuity in hand-held
appliances.
N/A
27.3
27.4
27.5
27.6
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
They may be used to provide earthing continuity in
other appliances if at least two tracks are used with
independent soldering points and the appliance
complies with 27.5 for each circuit
N/A
28
SCREWS AND CONNECTIONS
P
28.1
Fixings, electrical connections and connections
providing earthing continuity withstand mechanical
stresses
P
Screws not of soft metal liable to creep, such as
zinc or aluminium
P
Diameter of screws of insulating material min.
3 mm
N/A
Screws of insulating material not used for any
electrical connections or connections providing
earthing continuity
N/A
Screws used for electrical connections or
connections providing earthing continuity screwed
into metal
P
Screws not of insulating material if their
replacement by a metal screw can impair
supplementary or reinforced insulation
N/A
For type X attachment, screws to be removed for
replacement of supply cord or for user
maintenance, not of insulating material if their
replacement by a metal screw impairs basic
insulation
N/A
For screws and nuts; torque-test as specified in
table 14 ..................................................................:
28.2
(see appended table)
P
Electrical connections and connections providing
earthing continuity constructed so that contact
pressure is not transmitted through non-ceramic
insulating material liable to shrink or distort, unless
N/A
there is resiliency in the metallic parts to
compensate for shrinkage or distortion of the
insulating material
N/A
This requirement does not apply to electrical connections in circuits of appliances
for which:
--
•
30.2.2 is applicable and that carry a current
not exceeding 0,5 A
N/A
•
30.2.3 is applicable and that carry a current
not exceeding 0,2 A
P
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Requirement - Test
28.3
Space-threaded (sheet metal) screws only used for
electrical connections if they clamp the parts
together
N/A
Thread-cutting (self-tapping) screws and thread
rolling screws only used for electrical connections if
they generate a full form standard machine screw
thread
N/A
Thread-cutting (self-tapping) screws not used if
they are likely to be operated by the user or
installer
N/A
Thread-cutting, thread rolling and space threaded screws may be used in
connections providing earthing continuity provided it is not necessary to disturb the
connection:
--
- in normal use,
N/A
- during user maintenance,
N/A
- when replacing a supply cord having a type X
attachment, or
N/A
- during installation
N/A
At least two screws being used for each connection
providing earthing continuity, unless
N/A
the screw forms a thread having a length of at least
half the diameter of the screw
N/A
Screws and nuts that make mechanical connection
secured against loosening if they also make
electrical connections or connections providing
earthing continuity
N/A
This requirement does not apply to screws in the
earthing circuit if at least two screws are used, or
N/A
if an alternative earthing circuit is provided
N/A
Rivets for electrical connections or connections
providing earthing continuity secured against
loosening if the connections are subjected to
torsion
N/A
CLEARANCES, CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND SOLID INSULATION
P
Clearances, creepage distances and solid
insulation withstand electrical stress
P
For coatings used on printed circuits boards to
protect the microenvironment (Type 1) or to provide
basic insulation (Type 2), Annex J applies ............:
N/A
The microenvironment is pollution degree 1 under
type 1 protection
N/A
28.4
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Clause
29.1
29.1.1
29.1.2
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
For type 2 protection, the spacing between the
conductors before the protection is applied is not
less than the values specified in Table 1 of IEC
60664-3
N/A
These values apply to functional, basic,
supplementary and reinforced insulation ..............:
N/A
Clearances not less than the values specified in
table 16, taking into account the rated impulse
voltage for the overvoltage categories of table 15,
unless ....................................................................:
(see appended table)
P
for basic insulation and functional insulation they
comply with the impulse voltage test of clause 14
N/A
However, if the distances are affected by wear,
distortion, movement of the parts or during
assembly, the clearances for rated impulse
voltages of 1500V and above are increased by 0,5
mm and the impulse voltage test is not applicable
N/A
Impulse voltage test is not applicable:
--
- when the microenvironment is pollution degree 3,
or
N/A
- for basic insulation of class 0 and class 01
appliances
N/A
Appliances are in overvoltage category II
P
A force of 2 N is applied to bare conductors, other
than heating elements
N/A
A force of 30 N is applied to accessible surfaces
N/A
Clearances of basic insulation withstand the
overvoltages, taking into account the rated impulse
voltage
P
The values of table 16 or the impulse voltage test of (see appended table)
clause 14 are applicable........................................:
P
Clearance at the terminals of tubular sheathed
heating elements may be reduced to 1,0 mm if the
microenvironment is pollution degree 1
N/A
Lacquered conductors of windings considered to be
bare conductors
N/A
(see appended table)
Clearances of supplementary insulation not less
than those specified for basic insulation in table 16:
P
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Requirement - Test
29.1.3
(see appended table)
Clearances of reinforced insulation not less than
those specified for basic insulation in table 16,
using the next higher step for rated impulse voltage
...............................................................................:
P
For double insulation, with no intermediate
conductive part between basic and supplementary
insulation, clearances are measured between live
parts and the accessible surface, and the insulation
system is treated as reinforced insulation
P
Clearances for functional insulation are the largest values determined from:
P
- table 16 based on the rated impulse voltage ......:
P
29.1.4
29.1.5
Result - Remark
(see appended table)
Verdict
- table F.7a in IEC 60664-1, frequency not
exceeding 30 kHz
N/A
- clause 4 of IEC 60664-4, frequency exceeding 30
kHz
N/A
If values of table 16 are largest, the impulse voltage
test of clause 14 may be applied instead, unless
N/A
the microenvironment is pollution degree 3, or
N/A
the distances can be affected by wear, distortion,
movement of the parts or during assembly
N/A
However, clearances are not specified if the
appliance complies with clause 19 with the
functional insulation short-circuited
N/A
Lacquered conductors of windings considered to be
bare conductors
N/A
However, clearances at crossover points are not
measured
N/A
Clearance between surfaces of PTC heating
elements may be reduced to 1mm
N/A
Appliances having higher working voltages than rated voltage, clearances for basic
insulation are the largest values determined from:
N/A
- table 16 based on the rated impulse voltage ......:
N/A
- table F.7a in IEC 60664-1, frequency not
exceeding 30 kHz
N/A
- clause 4 of IEC 60664-4, frequency exceeding 30
kHz
N/A
If clearances for basic insulation are selected from
Table F.7a of IEC 60664-1 or Clause 4 of IEC
60664-4, the clearances of supplementary
insulation are not less than those specified for basic
insulation
N/A
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Clause
29.2
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
If clearances for basic insulation are selected from
Table F.7a of IEC 60664-1, the clearances of
reinforced insulation dimensioned as specified in
Table F.7a are to withstand 160% of the withstand
voltage required for basic insulation
N/A
If clearances for basic insulation are selected from
Clause 4 of IEC 60664-4, the clearances of
reinforced insulation are twice the value required
for basic insulation
N/A
If the secondary winding of a step-down
transformer is earthed, or if there is an earthed
screen between the primary and secondary
windings, clearances of basic insulation on the
secondary side not less than those specified in
table 16, but using the next lower step for rated
impulse voltage
N/A
Circuits supplied with a voltage lower than rated
voltage, clearances of functional insulation are
based on the working voltage used as the rated
voltage in table 15
N/A
Creepage distances not less than those appropriate (see appended table)
for the working voltage, taking into account the
material group and the pollution degree................:
P
Pollution degree 2 applies, unless
N/A
- precautions taken to protect the insulation;
pollution degree 1
N/A
- insulation subjected to conductive pollution;
pollution degree 3
N/A
A Microenvironment is pollution degree 3 unless
insulation is enclosed or located that it is unlikely to
be exposed to pollution during normal use. (IEC
60335-2-80)
29.2.1
Verdict
P
A force of 2 N is applied to bare conductors, other
than heating elements
N/A
A force of 30 N is applied to accessible surfaces
P
In a double insulation system, the working voltage
for both the basic and supplementary insulation is
taken as the working voltage across the complete
double insulation system
P
Creepage distances of basic insulation not less
than specified in table 17.......................................:
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29.2.2
29.2.3
29.2.4
29.3
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
However, if the working voltage is periodic and has
a frequency exceeding 30 kHz, the creepage
distances are also determined from table 2 of IEC
60664-4, these values being used if exceeding the
values in table 17 ..................................................:
N/A
Except for pollution degree 1, corresponding
creepage distance not less than the minimum
specified for the clearance in table 16, if the
clearance has been checked according to the test
of clause 14 ...........................................................:
N/A
Creepage distances of supplementary insulation at (see appended table)
least those specified for basic insulation in table 17,
or ...........................................................................:
P
Table 2 of IEC 60664-4, as applicable ..................:
N/A
Creepage distances of reinforced insulation at least (see appended table)
double those specified for basic insulation in table
17, or .....................................................................:
P
Table 2 of IEC 60664-4, as applicable ..................:
N/A
Creepage distances of functional insulation not less (see appended table)
than specified in table 18.......................................:
P
However, if the working voltage is periodic and has
a frequency exceeding 30 kHz, the creepage
distances are also determined from table 2 of IEC
60664-4, these values being used if exceeding the
values in table 18 ..................................................:
N/A
Creepage distances may be reduced if the
appliance complies with clause 19 with the
functional insulation short-circuited
N/A
Supplementary and reinforced insulation have
adequate thickness, or a sufficient number of
layers, to withstand the electrical stresses
P
Compliance checked:
--
- by measurement, in accordance with 29.3.1, or
P
- by an electric strength test in accordance with
29.3.2, or
N/A
- by an assessment of the thermal quality of the
material combined with an electric strength test, in
accordance with 29.3.3, and
N/A
for accessible parts of reinforced insulation
consisting of a single layer, by measurement in
accordance with 29.3.4, or
N/A
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- as specified in subclause 6.3 of IEC 60664-4 for
insulation that is subjected to any periodic voltage
having a frequency exceeding 30 kHz
N/A
Supplementary insulation have a thickness of at
least 1 mm
P
Reinforced insulation have a thickness of at least 2
mm
P
Each layer of material withstand the electric
strength test of 16.3 for supplementary insulation
N/A
Supplementary insulation consist of at least 2
layers
N/A
Reinforced insulation consist of at least 3 layers
N/A
The insulation is subjected to the dry heat test Bb
of IEC 60068-2-2, followed by
N/A
the electric strength test of 16.3
N/A
If the temperature rise during the tests of clause 19
does not exceed the value specified in table 3, the
test of IEC 60068-2-2 is not carried out
N/A
29.3.4
Thickness of accessible parts of reinforced
insulation consisting of a single layer not less than
specified in table 19...............................................:
N/A
30
RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND FIRE
P
30.1
External parts of non-metallic material,
P
parts supporting live parts, and
P
parts of thermoplastic material providing
supplementary or reinforced insulation
P
sufficiently resistant to heat
P
Ball-pressure test according to IEC 60695-10-2
P
29.3.1
29.3.2
29.3.3
External parts tested at 40 °C plus the maximum
temperature rise determined during the test of
clause 11, or at 75 °C, whichever is the higher;
temperature (°C)....................................................:
(see appended table)
P
Parts supporting live parts tested at 40°C plus the
maximum temperature rise determined during the
test of clause 11, or at 125 °C, whichever is the
higher; temperature (°C)........................................:
(see appended table)
P
Parts of thermoplastic material providing
supplementary or reinforced insulation tested at 25
°C plus the maximum temperature rise determined
during clause 19, if higher; temperature (°C) ........:
(see appended table)
P
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Clause
Requirement - Test
30.2
Parts of non-metallic material resistant to ignition
and spread of fire
P
This requirement does not apply to:
--
parts having a mass not exceeding 0,5 g, provided
the cumulative effect is unlikely to propagate flames
that originate inside the appliance by propagating
flames from one part to another, or
N/A
decorative trims, knobs and other parts unlikely to
be ignited or to propagate flames that originate
inside the appliance
N/A
Compliance checked by the tests of 30.2.1 and
30.2.3
P
For base material of printed circuit boards, 30.2.4
applies
P
Parts of non-metallic material subjected to the
glow-wire test of IEC 60695-2-11 at 550 °C
P
However, test not carried out if the material is
classified as having a glow-wire flammability index
according to IEC 60695-2-12 of at least 550 °C, or
N/A
the material is classified at least HB40 according to
IEC 60695-11-10
N/A
Parts for which the glow-wire test cannot be carried
out need to meet the requirements in ISO 9772 for
material classified HBF
N/A
30.2.2
Not applicable. (IEC 60335-2-80)
N/A
30.2.3
Appliances operated while unattended, tested as
specified in 30.2.3.1 and 30.2.3.2
P
30.2.1
The tests are not applicable to conditions as
specified ................................................................:
30.2.3.1
Result - Remark
Verdict
Soldered connections on PCB P
and within 3 mm
Parts of non-metallic material supporting
connections carrying a current exceeding 0,2 A
during normal operation, and
N/A
parts of non-metallic material, other than small
parts, within a distance of 3 mm,
N/A
subjected to the glow-wire test of IEC 60695-2-11
with a test severity of 850 °C
N/A
Glow-wire applied to an interposed shielding
material, if relevant
N/A
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Clause
30.2.3.2
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
The glow-wire test is not carried out on parts of
material classified as having a glow-wire
flammability index according to IEC 60695-2-12 of
at least 850 °C
N/A
Parts of non-metallic material supporting
connections, and
P
parts of non-metallic material within a distance of
3mm,
N/A
subjected to glow-wire test of IEC 60695-2-11
P
The test severity is:
--
- 750 °C, for connections carrying a current
exceeding 0,2 A during normal operation
N/A
- 650 °C, for other connections
P
Glow-wire applied to an interposed shielding
material, if relevant
P
However, the glow-wire test of 750 °C or 650 °C as appropriate, is not carried out
on parts of material fulfilling both or either of the following classifications:
--
- a glow-wire ignition temperature according to IEC
60695-2-13 of at least:
N/A
•
775 °C, for connections carrying a current
exceeding 0,2 A during normal operation
N/A
•
675 °C, for other connections
N/A
- a glow-wire flammability index according to IEC
60695-2-12 of at least:
N/A
- 750 °C, for connections carrying a current
exceeding 0,2 A during normal operation
N/A
- 650 °C, for other connections
N/A
The glow-wire test is also not carried out on small parts. These parts are to:
N/A
- comprise material having a glow-wire ignition
temperature of at least 775 °C or 675 °C as
appropriate, or
N/A
- comprise material having a glow-wire flammability
index of at least 750 °C or 650 °C as appropriate,
or
N/A
- comply with the needle-flame test of Annex E, or
N/A
- comprise material classified as V-0 or V-1
according to IEC 60695-11-10
N/A
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Clause
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
-The consequential needle-flame test of Annex E applied to non-metallic parts that
encroach within the vertical cylinder placed above the centre of the connection zone
and on top of the non-metallic parts supporting current-carrying connections, and
parts of non-metallic material within a distance of 3 mm of such connections if these
parts are those:
30.2.4
31
32
- parts that withstood the glow-wire test of IEC
60695-2-11 of 750 °C or 650 °C as appropriate, but
produce a flame that persist longer than 2 s, or
N/A
- parts that comprised material having a glow-wire
flammability index of at least 750 °C or 650 °C as
appropriate, or
N/A
- small parts, that comprised material having a
glow-wire flammability index of at least 750 °C or
650 °C as appropriate, or
N/A
- small parts for which the needle-flame test of
Annex E was applied, or
N/A
- small parts for which a material classification of V0 or V-1 was applied
N/A
However, the consequential needle-flame test is not carried out on non-metallic
parts, including small parts, within the cylinder that are:
--
- parts having a glow-wire ignition temperature of at
least 775 °C or 675 °C as appropriate, or
N/A
- parts comprising material classified as V-0 or V-1
according to IEC 60695-11-10, or
N/A
- parts shielded by a flame barrier that meets the
needle-flame test of Annex E or that comprises
material classified as V-0 or V-1 according to IEC
60695-11-10
N/A
Base material of printed circuit boards subjected to
the needle-flame test of Annex E
P
Test not applicable to conditions as specified .......:
N/A
RESISTANCE TO RUSTING
P
Relevant ferrous parts adequately protected
against rusting
P
Tests specified in part 2 when necessary
N/A
RADIATION, TOXICITY AND SIMILAR HAZARDS
N/A
Appliance does not emit harmful radiation or
present a toxic or similar hazard due to their
operation in normal use
N/A
Compliance is checked by the limits or tests
specified in part 2, if relevant
N/A
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A
ANNEX A (INFORMATIVE)
ROUTINE TESTS
N/A
Description of routine tests to be carried out by the
manufacturer
N/A
ANNEX B (NORMATIVE)
APPLIANCES POWERED BY RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
N/A
The following modifications to this standard are
applicable for appliances powered by batteries that
are recharged in the appliance
N/A
This annex does not apply to battery chargers
N/A
Appliance operated under the following conditions:
--
- the appliance, supplied by its fully charged
battery, operated as specified in relevant part 2
N/A
- the battery is charged, the battery being initially
discharged to such an extent that the appliance
cannot operate
N/A
-if possible, the appliance is supplied from the
supply mains through its battery charger, the
battery being initially discharged to such an extent
that the appliance cannot operate. The appliance is
operated as specified in relevant part 2
N/A
- if the appliance incorporates inductive coupling
between two parts that are detachable from each
other, the appliance is supplied from the supply
mains with the detachable part removed
N/A
3.6.2
Part to be removed in order to discard the battery is
not considered to be detachable
N/A
5.B.101
Appliances supplied from the supply mains tested
as specified for motor-operated appliances
N/A
7.1
Battery compartment for batteries intended to be
replaced by the user, marked with battery voltage
and polarity of the terminals
N/A
The positive terminal indicated by symbol IEC
60417-5005 and the negative terminal by symbol
IEC 60417-5006
N/A
7.6
Symbols 60417-5005 and IEC 60417-5006
N/A
7.12
The instructions give information regarding
charging
N/A
The instructions for appliances incorporating
batteries intended to be replaced by the user
includes required information
N/A
B
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Details about how to remove batteries containing
materials hazardous to the environment given
N/A
7.15
Markings placed on the part of the appliance
connected to the supply mains
N/A
8.2
Appliances having batteries that according to the
instruction may be replaced by the user need only
have basic insulation between live parts and the
inner surface of the battery compartment
N/A
If the appliance can be operated without batteries,
double or reinforced insulation required
N/A
11.7
The battery is charged for the period stated in the
instructions or 24 h ................................................:
N/A
19.1
Appliances subjected to tests of 19.B.101, 19.B.102
and 19.B.103
N/A
19.10
Not applicable
N/A
19.B.101
Appliances supplied at rated voltage for 168 h, the
battery being continually charged
N/A
19.B.102
For appliances having batteries that can be
removed without the aid of a tool, short-circuit of
the terminals of the battery, the battery being fully
charged,
N/A
19.B.103
Appliances having batteries replaceable by the user
supplied at rated voltage under normal operation
with the battery removed or in any position allowed
by the construction
N/A
21.B.101
Appliances having pins for insertion into socketoutlets have adequate mechanical strength
N/A
Part of the appliance incorporating the pins subjected to the free fall test, procedure -2, of IEC 60068-2-31, the number of falls being:
- 100, if the mass of the part does not exceed 250 g
(g) ..........................................................................:
N/A
- 50, if the mass of the part exceeds 250 g ...........:
N/A
After the test, the requirements of 8.1, 15.1.1, 16.3
and clause 29 are met
N/A
22.3
Appliances having pins for insertion into socketoutlets tested as fully assembled as possible
N/A
25.13
An additional lining or bushing not required for
interconnection cords in class III appliances or
class III constructions operating at safety extra-low
voltage not containing live parts
N/A
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30.2
For parts of the appliance connected to the supply
mains during the charging period, 30.2.3 applies
N/A
For other parts, 30.2.2 applies
N/A
ANNEX C (NORMATIVE)
AGEING TEST ON MOTORS
N/A
Tests, as described, carried out when doubt with
regard to the temperature classification of the
insulation of a motor winding
N/A
Test conditions as specified
N/A
ANNEX D (NORMATIVE)
THERMAL MOTOR PROTECTORS
N/A
Applicable to appliances having motors that
incorporate thermal motor protectors necessary for
compliance with the standard
N/A
Test conditions as specified
N/A
ANNEX E (NORMATIVE)
NEEDLE-FLAME TEST
P
C
D
E
Result - Remark
Verdict
Needle-flame test carried out in accordance with IEC 60695-11-5, with the following P
modifications:
7
Severities
--
The duration of application of the test flame is
30 s ± 1 s
P
9
Test procedure
--
9.1
The specimen so arranged that the flame can be
applied to a vertical or horizontal edge as shown in
the examples of Figure 1
P
9.2
The first paragraph does not apply
P
If possible, the flame is applied at least 10 mm from
a corner
P
The test is carried out on one specimen
P
If the specimen does not withstand the test, the test
may be repeated on two additional specimens, both
withstanding the test
N/A
Evaluation of test results
--
The duration of burning not exceeding 30 s
P
However, for printed circuit boards, the duration of
burning not exceeding 15 s
P
9.3
11
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F
ANNEX F (NORMATIVE)
CAPACITORS
Result - Remark
Verdict
N/A
N/A
Capacitors likely to be permanently subjected to the supply voltage, and used for
radio interference suppression or voltage dividing, comply with the following clauses
of IEC 60384-14, with the following modifications:
1.5
Terms and definitions
--
1.5.3
Class X capacitors tested according to subclass X2
N/A
1.5.4
This subclause is applicable
N/A
1.6
Marking
--
Items a) and b) are applicable
N/A
3.4
Approval testing
--
3.4.3.2
Table 3 is applicable as described
N/A
4.1
Visual examination and check of dimensions
--
This subclause is applicable
N/A
4.2
Electrical tests
--
4.2.1
This subclause is applicable
N/A
4.2.5
This subclause is applicable
N/A
4.2.5.2
Only table 11 is applicable
N/A
Values for test A apply
N/A
However, for capacitors in heating appliances the
values for test B or C apply
N/A
Damp heat, steady state
--
This subclause is applicable
N/A
Only insulation resistance and voltage proof are
checked
N/A
Impulse voltage
--
This subclause is applicable
N/A
Endurance
--
Subclauses 4.14.1, 4.14.3, 4.14.4 and 4.14.7 are
applicable
N/A
Only insulation resistance and voltage proof are
checked
N/A
No visible damage
N/A
Passive flammability test
--
This subclause is applicable
N/A
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.14.7
4.17
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4.18
Active flammability test
--
This subclause is applicable
N/A
ANNEX G (NORMATIVE)
SAFETY ISOLATING TRANSFORMERS
N/A
The following modifications to this standard are applicable for safety isolating
transformers:
--
7
Marking and instructions
--
7.1
Transformers for specific use marked with:
--
-name, trademark or identification mark of the
manufacturer or responsible vendor .....................:
N/A
-model or type reference .......................................:
N/A
Overload protection of transformers and associated circuits
--
Fail-safe transformers comply with subclause 15.5
of IEC 61558-1
N/A
Construction
--
Subclauses 19.1 and 19.1.2 of IEC 61558-2-6 are
applicable
N/A
Clearances, creepage distances and solid insulation
--
G
17
22
29
Result - Remark
29.1, 29.2, The distances specified in items 2a, 2c and 3 in
29.3
table 13 of IEC 61558-1 apply
H
Verdict
N/A
For insulated winding wires complying with
subclause 19.12.3 of IEC 61558-1 there are no
requirements for clearances or creepage distances
N/A
For windings providing reinforced insulation, the
distance specified in item 2c of table 13 of IEC
61558-1 is not assessed
N/A
For safety isolating transformers subjected to
periodic voltages with a frequency exceeding 30
kHz, the clearances, creepage distances and solid
insulation values specified in IEC 60664-4 are
applicable, if greater than the values specified in
items 2a, 2c and 3 in table 13 of IEC 61558-1
N/A
ANNEX H (NORMATIVE)
SWITCHES
N/A
Switches comply with the following clauses of IEC 61058-1, as modified below:
--
The tests of IEC 61058-1 carried out under the
conditions occurring in the appliance
N/A
Before being tested, switches are operated 20
times without load
N/A
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8
Marking and documentation
--
Switches are not required to be marked
N/A
However, a switch that can be tested separately
from the appliance marked with the manufacturer’s
name or trade mark and the type reference
N/A
Mechanism
--
The tests may be carried out on a separate sample
N/A
15
Insulation resistance and dielectric strength
--
15.1
Not applicable
N/A
15.2
Not applicable
N/A
15.3
Applicable for full disconnection and microdisconnection
N/A
17
Endurance
--
Compliance is checked on three separate
appliances or switches
N/A
For 17.2.4.4, the number of cycles declared
according to 7.1.4 is 10 000, unless
N/A
otherwise specified in 24.1.3 of the relevant part 2
of IEC 60335 .........................................................:
N/A
Switches for operation under no load and which
can be operated only by a tool, and
N/A
switches operated by hand that are interlocked so
that they cannot be operated under load,
N/A
are not subjected to the tests
N/A
However, switches without this interlock are
subjected to the test of 17.2.4.4 for 100 cycles of
operation
N/A
Subclauses 17.2.2 and 17.2.5.2 not applicable
N/A
The ambient temperature during the test is that
occurring in the appliance during the test of Clause
11 in IEC 60335-1
N/A
The temperature rise of the terminals not more than
30 K above the temperature rise measured in
clause 11 of IEC 60335-1 (K) ................................:
N/A
13
20
Result - Remark
Verdict
Clearances, creepage distances, solid insulation and coatings of rigid printed board -assemblies
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This clause is applicable to clearances and
creepage distances for functional insulation, across
full disconnection and micro-disconnection, as
stated in table 24
N/A
ANNEX I (NORMATIVE)
MOTORS HAVING BASIC INSULATION THAT IS INADEQUATE FOR THE
RATED VOLTAGE OF THE APPLIANCE
N/A
The following modifications to this standard are applicable for motors having basic
insulation that is inadequate for the rated voltage of the appliance:
N/A
8
Protection against access to live parts
--
8.1
Metal parts of the motor are considered to be bare
live parts
N/A
11
Heating
--
11.3
The temperature rise of the body of the motor is
determined instead of the temperature rise of the
windings
N/A
11.8
The temperature rise of the body of the motor,
where in contact with insulating material, not
exceeding values in table 3 for the relevant
insulating material
N/A
16
Leakage current and electric strength
--
16.3
Insulation between live parts of the motor and its
other metal parts is not subjected to the test
N/A
19
Abnormal operation
--
19.1
The tests of 19.7 to 19.9 are not carried out
N/A
19.I.101
Appliance operated at rated voltage with each of the following fault conditions:
--
- short circuit of the terminals of the motor,
including any capacitor incorporated in the motor
circuit
N/A
- short circuit of each diode of the rectifier
N/A
- open circuit of the supply to the motor
N/A
- open circuit of any parallel resistor, the motor
being in operation
N/A
Only one fault simulated at a time, the tests carried
out consecutively
N/A
22
Construction
--
22.I.101
For class I appliances incorporating a motor
supplied by a rectifier circuit, the d.c. circuit being
insulated from accessible parts of the appliance by
double or reinforced insulation
N/A
I
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5.7
5.7.1
5.7.3
5.9
K
L
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Compliance checked by the tests specified for
double and reinforced insulation
N/A
ANNEX J (NORMATIVE)
COATED PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
N/A
Testing of protective coatings of printed circuit boards carried out in accordance
with IEC 60664-3 with the following modifications:
--
Conditioning of the test specimens
N/A
When production samples are used, three samples
of the printed circuit board are tested
N/A
Cold
--
The test is carried out at -25 °C
N/A
Rapid change of temperature
--
Severity 1 is specified
N/A
Additional tests
--
This subclause is not applicable
N/A
ANNEX K (NORMATIVE)
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES
P
The information on overvoltage categories is
extracted from IEC 60664-1
P
Overvoltage category is a numeral defining a
transient overvoltage condition
P
Equipment of overvoltage category IV is for use at
the origin of the installation
N/A
Equipment of overvoltage category III is equipment
in fixed installations and for cases where the
reliability and the availability of the equipment is
subject to special requirements
N/A
Equipment of overvoltage category II is energy
consuming equipment to be supplied from the fixed
installation
P
If such equipment is subjected to special
requirements with regard to reliability and
availability, overvoltage category III applies
N/A
Equipment of overvoltage category I is equipment
for connection to circuits in which measures are
taken to limit transient overvoltages to an
appropriate low level
N/A
ANNEX L (INFORMATIVE)
GUIDANCE FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF CLEARANCES AND CREEPAGE
DISTANCES
P
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Information for the determination of clearances and
creepage distances
P
ANNEX M (NORMATIVE)
POLLUTION DEGREE
P
The information on pollution degrees is extracted
from IEC 60664-1
P
Pollution
--
The microenvironment determines the effect of
pollution on the insulation, taking into account the
macroenvironment
P
Means may be provided to reduce pollution at the
insulation by effective enclosures or similar
P
Minimum clearances specified where pollution may
be present in the microenvironment
P
Degrees of pollution in the microenvironment
--
For evaluating creepage distances, the following degrees of pollution in the
microenvironment are established:
--
- pollution degree 1: no pollution or only dry, nonconductive pollution occurs. The pollution has no
influence
N/A
- pollution degree 2: only non-conductive pollution
occurs, except that occasionally a temporary
conductivity caused by condensation is to be
expected
N/A
- pollution degree 3: conductive pollution occurs or
dry non-conductive pollution occurs that becomes
conductive due to condensation that is to be
expected
P
- pollution degree 4: the pollution generates
persistent conductivity caused by conductive dust
or by rain or snow
N/A
ANNEX N (NORMATIVE)
PROOF TRACKING TEST
N/A
The proof tracking test is carried out in accordance with IEC 60112 with the
following modifications:
--
7
Test apparatus
--
7.3
Test solutions
--
Test solution A is used
N/A
10
Determination of proof tracking index (PTI)
N/A
10.1
Procedure
N/A
M
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The proof voltage is 100V, 175V, 400V or 600V ...:
N/A
The test is carried out on five specimens
N/A
In case of doubt, additional test with proof voltage
reduced by 25V, the number of drops increased to
100
N/A
Report
--
The report states if the PTI value was based on a
test using 100 drops with a test voltage of (PTI-25)
V
N/A
ANNEX O (INFORMATIVE)
SELECTION AND SEQUENCE OF THE TESTS OF CLAUSE 30
N/A
Description of tests for determination of resistance
to heat and fire
P
ANNEX P (INFORMATIVE)
GUIDANCE FOR THE APPLICATION OF THIS STANDARD TO APPLIANCES
USED IN WARM DAMP EQUABLE CLIMATES
N/A
Modifications applicable for class 0 and 01 appliances having a rated voltage
exceeding 150V, intended to be used in countries having a warm damp equable
climate and that are marked WDaE
--
Modifications may also be applied to class 1 appliances having a rated voltage
exceeding 150V, intended to be used in countries having a warm damp equable
climate and that are marked WdaE, if liable to be connected to a supply mains that
excludes the protective earthing conductor
--
5.7
The ambient temperature for the tests of clauses 11
and 13 is 40 +3/0 °C
N/A
7.1
The appliance marked with the letters WDaE
N/A
7.12
The instructions state that the appliance is to be
supplied through a residual current device (RCD)
having a rated residual operating current not
exceeding 30 mA
N/A
The instructions state that the appliance is
considered to be suitable for use in countries
having a warm damp equable climate, but may also
be used in other countries
N/A
11.8
The values of Table 3 are reduced by 15 K
N/A
13.2
The leakage current for class I appliances not
exceeding 0,5 mA
N/A
15.3
The value of t is 37 °C
N/A
16.2
The leakage current for class I appliances not
exceeding 0,5 mA (mA):
N/A
10.2
O
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19.13
The leakage current test of 16.2 is applied in
addition to the electric strength test of 16.3
N/A
Q
ANNEX Q (INFORMATIVE)
SEQUENCE OF TESTS FOR THE EVALUATION OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
N/A
Description of tests for appliances incorporating electronic circuits
--
ANNEX R (NORMATIVE)
SOFTWARE EVALUATION
N/A
Programmable electronic circuits requiring software
incorporating measures to control the fault/error
conditions specified in table R.1 or R.2 validated in
accordance with the requirements of this annex
N/A
Programmable electronic circuits using software
--
Programmable electronic circuits requiring software
incorporating measures to control the fault/error
conditions specified in table R.1 or R.2 constructed
so that the software does not impair compliance
with the requirements of this standard
N/A
Requirements for the architecture
--
Programmable electronic circuits requiring software
incorporating measures to control the fault/error
conditions specified in table R.1 or R.2 use
measures to control and avoid software-related
faults/errors in safety-related data and safetyrelated segments of the software
N/A
Programmable electronic circuits requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table R.2 have one of the following
structures:
--
- single channel with periodic self-test and
monitoring
N/A
- dual channel (homogenous) with comparison
N/A
- dual channel (diverse) with comparison
N/A
Programmable electronic circuits requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table R.1 have one of the following
structures:
--
- single channel with functional test
N/A
- single channel with periodic self-test
N/A
- dual channel without comparison
N/A
Measures to control faults/errors
--
R
R.1
R.2
R.2.1.1
R.2.2
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R.2.2.1
When redundant memory with comparison is
provided on two areas of the same component, the
data in one area is stored in a different format from
that in the other area
N/A
R.2.2.2
Programmable electronic circuits with functions
requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.2 and that use dual channel structures with
comparison, have additional fault/error detection
means for any fault/errors not detected by the
comparison
N/A
R.2.2.3
For programmable electronic circuits with functions
requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.1 or R.2, means are provided for the recognition
and control of errors in transmissions to external
safety-related data paths
N/A
R.2.2.4
For programmable electronic circuits with functions
requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.1 or R.2, the programmable electronic circuits
incorporate measures to address the fault/errors in
safety-related segments and data indicated in table
R.1 and R.2 as appropriate
N/A
R.2.2.5
For programmable electronic circuits with functions
requiring software incorporating measures to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.1 or R.2, detection of a fault/error occur before
compliance with clause 19 is impaired
N/A
R.2.2.6
The software is referenced to relevant parts of the
operating sequence and the associated hardware
functions
N/A
R.2.2.7
Labels used for memory locations are unique
N/A
R.2.2.8
The software is protected from user alteration of
safety-related segments and data
N/A
R.2.2.9
Software and safety-related hardware under its
control is initialized and terminates before
compliance with clause 19 is impaired
N/A
R.3
Measures to avoid errors
--
R.3.1
General
--
For programmable electronic circuits with functions requiring software incorporating -measures to control the fault/error conditions specified in table R.1 or R.2, the
following measures to avoid systematic fault in the software are applied
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Software that incorporates measures used to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.2 is inherently acceptable for software required to
control the fault/error conditions specified in table
R.1
N/A
R.3.2
Specification
--
R.3.2.1
Software safety requirements:
Software Id:
N/A
The specification of the software safety
requirements includes the descriptions listed
N/A
R.3.2.2
Software architecture
--
R.3.2.2.1
Document ref. No:
The specification of the software architecture
includes the aspects listed
- techniques and measures to control software
faults/errors (refer to R.2.2);
- interactions between hardware and software;
- partitioning into modules and their allocation to the
specified safety functions;
- hierarchy and call structure of the modules
(control flow);
- interrupt handling;
- data flow and restrictions on data access;
- architecture and storage of data;
- time-based dependencies of sequences and data
--
R.3.2.2.2
The architecture specification is validated against
the specification of the software safety
requirements by static analysis
N/A
R.3.2.3
Module design and coding
--
R.3.2.3.1
Based on the architecture design, software is
suitably refined into modules
N/A
Software module design and coding is implemented
in a way that is traceable to the software
architecture and requirements
N/A
R.3.2.3.2
Software code is structured
N/A
R.3.2.3.3
Coded software is validated against the module
specification by static analysis
N/A
The module specification is validated against the
architecture specification by static analysis
N/A
Software validation
--
R.3.3.3
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The software is validated with reference to the
requirements of the software safety requirements
specification
N/A
Compliance is checked by simulation of:
--
- input signals present during normal operation
N/A
- anticipated occurrences
N/A
- undesired conditions requiring system action
N/A
TABLE R.1 – GENERAL FAULT/ERROR CONDITIONS
Component
1)
1 CPU
1.1
Registers
Fault/error
Acceptable measures
2) 3)
Definitions
Document
reference
for applied
test
Verdict
N/A
Stuck at
Functional test, or
periodic self-test using either:
- static memory test, or
- word protection with
single bit redundancy
H.2.16.5
H.2.16.6
H.2.19.6
H.2.19.8.2
1.2 VOID
N/A
Stuck at
1.3
Programme
counter
2
Interrupt
handling
and
execution
Document
reference
for applied
measure
No interrupt
or too
frequent
interrupt
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Functional test, or
Periodic self-test, or
Independent time-slot
monitoring, or
Logical monitoring of the
programme sequence
H.2.16.5
H.2.16.6
H.2.18.10.
4
Functional test, or
time-slot monitoring
H.2.16.5
H.2.18.10.
4
N/A
H.2.18.10.
2
N/A
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Clock
4. Memory
4.1
Invariable
memory
Requirement - Test
Wrong
frequency
(for quartz
synchronize
d clock:
harmonics/
subharmonics
only)
Frequency monitoring, or
time slot monitoring
Result - Remark
H.2.18.10.
1
H.2.18.10.
4
Verdict
N/A
N/A
All single bit
faults
Periodic modified checksum, or H.2.19.3.1
multiple checksum, or
H.2.19.3.2
word protection with single bit
H.2.19.8.2
redundancy
DC fault
Periodic static memory test, or
word protection with single bit
redundancy
H.2.19.6
H.2.19.8.2
N/A
Stuck at
4.3
Addressing
(relevant to
variable and
invariable
memory)
Word protection with single bit
redundancy including the
address
H.2.19.8.2
N/A
5
Stuck at
Internal data DC fault
path
H.2.19.8.2
Word protection with single bit
redundancy
Comparison of redundant CPUs
by either:
- reciprocal comparison
H.2.18.15
- independent hardware H.2.18.3
comparator
N/A
4.2
Variable
memory
5.1 VOID
5.2
Addressing
N/A
Wrong
address
6
Hamming
External
distance 3
communicat
ion
6.1 VOID
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redundancy including the
address
H.2.19.8.2
N/A
Word protection with multi-bit
redundancy, or
CRC – single work, or
Transfer redundancy, or
Protocol test
H.2.19.8.1
N/A
H.2.19.4.1
H.2.18.2.2
H.2.18.14
N/A
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Result - Remark
6.2 VOID
6.3
Timing
Verdict
N/A
Wrong point Time-slot monitoring, or
in time
scheduled transmission
Time-slot and logical
monitoring, or
Comparison of redundant
communication channels by
either:
- reciprocal comparison
- independent hardware
comparator
Wrong
Logical monitoring, or
sequence
time-slot monitoring, or
Scheduled transmission
(same options as for wrong
point in time)
H.2.18.10.
4
H.2.18.18
H.2.18.10.
3
Plausibility check
Comparison of redundant
communication channels by
either:
- reciprocal comparison
- independent hardware
comparator
H.2.18.13
7
Fault
Input/output conditions
periphery
specified in
19.11.2
N/A
H.2.18.15
H.2.18.3
H.2.18.10.
2
H.2.18.10.
4
H.2.18.18
N/A
H.2.18.15
H.2.18.3
7.1 VOID
N/A
7.2
Analog I/O
7.2.1
A/D and
D/Aconverter
Fault
conditions
specified in
19.11.2
Plausibility check
H.2.18.13
N/A
7.2.2
Analog
multiplexer
Wrong
addressing
Plausibility check
H.2.18.13
N/A
8 VOID
9
Custom
4)
chips e.g.
ASIC, GAL,
Gate array
N/A
Periodic self-test
Any output
outside the
static and
dynamic
functional
specification
TRF No. IEC60335_2_80E
H.2.16.6
N/A
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NOTE A Stuck-at fault model denotes a fault model representing an open circuit or a non-varying signal
level. A DC fault model denotes a stuck-at fault model incorporating short circuit between signal lines.
1)
For fault/error assessment, some components are divided into their sub-functions.
For each sub-function in the table, the Table R.2 measure will cover the software fault/error.
3)
Where more than one measure is given for a sub-function, these are alternatives.
4)
To be divided as necessary by the manufacturer into sub-functions.
2)
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Result - Remark
10.1
TABLE: Power input deviation
Verdict
P
Input deviation of/at:
P rated
(W)
P measured
(W)
dP
(W, %)
Required dP
(W, %)
Remark
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
8
8,30
+0,30; +3,75 %
1,6 W; 20 %
P
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
17
16,49
-0,51, -3,00 %
3,4 W; 20 %
P
VENTS Quiet 150 T
19
18,4
-0,96; -5,05 %
3,8 W; 20 %
P
Supplementary information: (240 V)
10.2
TABLE: Current deviation
Current deviation of/at:
I rated (A)
N/A
I measured
(A)
dI
(A, %)
Required dI
(A, %)
Remark
Supplementary information:
11.8
TABLE: Heating test, thermocouple measurements
P
Test voltage (V)..................................................... :
254,4

Ambient (°C) ......................................................... :
45

Thermocouple locations
Max. temperature rise measured,
dT (K)
Max.temperature rise limit,
dT (K)
Enclosure
3,2
for cl 30,1
Terminal box
2,2
40 (*)
Internal wire
3,4
30 (*)
PCB
6,2
100 (*)
Enclosure (back front)
3,4
for cl 30,1
Motor’s holder
7,7
for cl 30,1
Enclosure (back)
6,9
for cl 30,1
Capacitor (gray)
5,7
50 (*)
1
40 (*)
Internal wire
24,5
30 (*)
PCB
5,7
100 (*)
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
VENTS QUIET 125 TH
Terminal
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Result - Remark
Verdict
VENTS QUIET 150 T
Motor’s holder Enclosure
4,4
for cl 30,1
Terminal (main)
1,2
40 (*)
Terminal (green)
21,2
40 (*)
Internal wire
22,5
30 (*)
PCB
16,8
100 (*)
Capacitor of motor
8,9
50 (*)
Supplementary information: 254,4 V is the most unfavourable case.
(*) Note(s):
With a rated maximum ambient temperature of 45°C, t he max. temperature rise is calculated as follows:
Winding components:
- Class E (resistance method) → ∆Tmax = 90 K - (45-25) K = 70 K
Surface of components:
- Terminal block→ ∆Tmax = 60- (45-25) K = 40K
- Internal wire→ ∆Tmax = 50- (45-25) K = 30K
- PCB→ ∆Tmax = 120- (45-25) K = 100K
11.8
TABLE: Heating test, resistance method
P
Test voltage (V)..................................................... :
254,4

Ambient, t1 (°C) .................................................... :
45

Ambient, t2 (°C) .................................................... :
45

Temperature rise of winding
R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
dT (K)
Max. dT (K)
Insulation
class
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
1320
1450
27,8
75
130 (B)
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
470
549
42,6
75
130 (B)
VENTS Quiet 150 T
1020
1199
41,7
75
130 (B)
441
515
39,8
75
130 (B)
(between black-blue wires)
VENTS Quiet 150 T
(between black-red wires)
Supplementary information: ∆Tmax = 95 K - (45-25) K = 75 K
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13.2
TABLE: Leakage current
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Heating appliances: 1.15 x rated input (W) .......:
N/A

Motor-operated and combined appliances:
1.06 x rated voltage (V) .....................................:
254,4

Leakage current between
I (mA)
Max. allowed I (mA)
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
0,0642
0,25
VENTS Quiet 125 T
0,0940
0,25
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
0,0184
0,25
VENTS Quiet 150 T (between black-blue wires)
0,0162
0,25
VENTS Quiet 150 T (between black-red wires)
0,0190
0,25
Live and enclosure
Supplementary information:
13.3
TABLE: Electric strength
Test voltage applied between:
P
Voltage (V)
Breakdown
(Yes/No)
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
VENTS Quiet 125 T
VENTS Quiet 150 T
Supplementary information:
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14
TABLE: Transient overvoltages
Clearance between:
Result - Remark
Cl (mm)
Verdict
N/A
Required Cl Rated impulse
(mm)
voltage (V)
Impulse test
voltage (V)
Flashover
(Yes/No)
Supplementary information:
16.2
TABLE: Leakage current
Single phase appliances: 1.06 x rated voltage (V)
..........................................................................:
P
254,4 V (1.06x240 V)

N/A

Three phase appliances 1.06 x rated voltage
divided by √3 (V) ...............................................:
Leakage current between
I (mA)
Max. allowed I (mA)
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
0,0446
0,25
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
0,0112
0,25
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
0,0238
0,25
VENTS Quiet 150 T (between black-blue wires)
0,0152
0,25
VENTS Quiet 150 T (between black-red wires)
0,0198
0,25
Live and enclosure
Supplementary information:
16.3
TABLE: Electric strength
Test voltage applied between:
P
Voltage (V)
Breakdown
(Yes/No)
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
VENTS Quiet 125 T
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Result - Remark
Verdict
VENTS Quiet 150 T
Live and motor surface
1000
No
Motor surface and enclosure wrapped with foil
1750
No
Live and enclosure wrapped with foil
3000
No
Supplementary information:
17
TABLE: Overload protection, thermocouple measurements
Temperature rise of part/at:
N/A
dT (K)
Max. dT (K)
Supplementary information:
17
TABLE: Overload protection, resistance method
N/A
Test voltage (V)..................................................... :

Ambient, t1 (°C) .................................................... :

Ambient, t2 (°C) .................................................... :

Temperature of winding
R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
dT (K)
T (°C)
Max. T (°C)
Supplementary information:
19
Abnormal operation conditions
P
Operational characteristics
YES/NO
Operational conditions
Are there electronic circuits to
control the appliance operation?
Yes
turn-off delay timer humidity sensor and a motion
sensor
Are there “off” or “stand-by”
position?
No
The unintended operation of the
appliance results in dangerous
malfunction?
No
Sub-clause
Operating
conditions
description
19.2
-
N/A
19.3
-
N/A
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description
PEC
description
EMP
19.11.4
Software
type
required
19.11.3
PEC
Final
result
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19.4
-
N/A
19.5
-
N/A
19.6
-
N/A
19.7
locked
rotor
19.8
-
N/A
19.10
-
N/A
19.11.2
triac short
circuite
19.11.4.8
-
N/A
19.10X
-
N/A
P
thermal cut
out take off
P
continuously
operation
Supplementary information:
19.7
TABLE: Abnormal operation, locked rotor/moving parts
P
Test voltage (V)..................................................... :
254,4 V

Ambient, t1 (°C) .................................................... :
25

Ambient, t2 (°C) .................................................... :
25

Temperature of winding
R1 (Ω)
R2 (Ω)
dT (K)
T (°C)
Max. T (°C)
VENTS Quiet 100 TH
1,22 k
1,66 k
94
119
175
VENTS Quiet 125 xx
470
659
103,1
128
175
0,656
0,689
142,2
166
175
0,441
0,689
107,1
131
175
Vents Quiet 150 T
(between black and red wires)
Vents Quiet 150 T
(between black and blue wires)
Supplementary information:
19.13
TABLE: Abnormal operation, temperature rises
Thermocouple locations
P
Max. temperature rise
measured, dT (K)
Max.temperature rise limit,
dT (K)
9
for information
Enclosure
24,2
for information
Terminal
3
for information
VENTS Quiet 100 TH Enclosure
VENTS Quiet 125 TH
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Capacitor on PCB
7,5
for information
Enclosure of motor
26,4
for information
Enclosure
26,8
for information
Terminal
3,8
for information
Internal wire
64
for information
Capacitor on PCB
21,4
for information
Enclosure around the motor
40,9
for information
VENTS Quiet 150 TH
Supplementary information:
24.1
TABLE: Components information
Object / part No. Manufacturer/
trademark
Type / model
P
Technical data
Standard
Mark(s) of
1
conformity )
Motor for fans:
VENTS
Quiet 100 xyz
Cixi Yixiong
Electromotor Factory
Blauberg
BL 58-12Y041
(YJ58-12)
220-240V~ 50Hz
EN 60335
TUV
Motor for fans:
VENTS
Quiet 125 xyz
Hunan Keli Motor
Co., Ltd
Blauberg
BL 58-20Y041
(YJ58-20)
220-240V~ 50Hz
EN 60335
QA Technic
Motor protector
Aupo Electronics
Ltd.
P3-F
AC 250V, 125°C
EN 60691
VDE
SHENGZHOU
DONGFANG Motor
Blauberg
BL 72-2E-C041
220-240V~ 50Hz
EN 60335
Tested in the
appliance
SHENGZHOU
DONGFANG Motor
Blauberg
BL 72-2E-C042
220-240V~ 50Hz
EN 60335
Tested in the
appliance
Chang Zhou Citi
Tong Li Electronic
Co. Ltd
KW-C1
AC 250V, 125°C
EN 60691
VDE
Capacitor of motor
for fans: VENTS
Zhenjiang Liwah
Quiet 150 Extra
Electrical Co. Ltd.
xyz
CBB61
1µF±5%, 50/60 Hz,
450V~
EN 60252
TUV
Motor for fans:
VENTS
Quiet 150 xyz
Motor for fans:
VENTS
Quiet 150 Extra
xyz
Motor protector
Neon Indicator
Taiwan Neon Lights
(China) Co. Ltd
NE410H
220-240V
Terminal
Heavy Power Co. Ltd
PA 8
1,5 mm², 480V
DIN EN 60998
VDE
Alt.
Terminal
SIMET
210
1,5 mm², 480V
EN 60998
BBJ
TRF No. IEC60335_2_80E
ISO 9002
standard
TUV
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200
AC 250V, 2A, T125
EN 61058
IMQ
Cheil Industries Ltd.
ABS SD-0150
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Cheil Industries Ltd
ABS VE-0856
UL94-5VA
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer (T)
PrJSC “VENTS”
MX100_125T
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer (T1)
PrJSC “VENTS”
MX100_125TZ
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer and
humidity sensor
(TH)
PrJSC “VENTS”
MX100_125TH
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer and infrared
PrJSC “VENTS”
sensor (TP)
MX 100_125TP
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Switch
VLM S.p.A.
Plastic
Plastic (case for
model fans Quiet
150 x, Quiet 150
Extra x)
PCB
Timer (T)
PrJSC “VENTS”
MX150T
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer and
humidity sensor
(TH)
PrJSC “VENTS”
MX150TH
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Timer and infrared
PrJSC “VENTS”
sensor (TP)
MX150TP
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
DG300-5.0
2,5 mm², 250V
DIN EN 60998
VDE
PCB component
Terminal
DEGSON
Capacitor in two
speed models
(C10)
Walsin Technology
Corporation
1206B103K631
CT
0,01 µF, 630 V
EN 132400
IEC 60384-14
TUV
Сapacitor (C1)
JENN FU Electonics
Corporation
MPX
0,33 µF,
275 VAC
DIN EN 132400
IEC 60384
VDE
Сapacitor (C1)
Xiamen Faratronic
Co.,Ltd.
MKP62
0,22 µF,
275 VAC
EN 60384
VDE
PCB
Lamitec - AG
LAMPLEX –
FR4
-
-
Tested in the
appliance
Supplementary information:
1
) Provided evidence ensures the agreed level of compliance. See OD-CB2039.
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28.1
TABLE: Threaded part torque test
Threaded part identification
Result - Remark
Verdict
P
Diameter of thread
(mm)
Column number
(I, II, or III)
Applied torque (Nm)
Screws of terminal
2,5
II
0,4
Cord anchorage
3,1
II
0,6
Supplementary information:
29.1
TABLE: Clearances
P
Overvoltage category ........................................ ... :

Type of insulation:
Rated impulse
voltage (V):
Min. cl (mm)
330
0,2* / 0,5 / 0,8**
500
0,2* / 0,5 / 0,8**
800
0,2* / 0,5 / 0,8**
1 500
0,5 / 0,8** / 1,0***
2 500
1,5 / 2,0***
4 000
3,0 / 3,5***
6 000
5,5 / 6,0***
8 000
8,0 / 8,5***
10 000
11,0 / 11,5***
Basic
(mm)
Supplementary
(mm)
Reinforced
(mm)
3,3
2,3
4,7
Functional Verdict / Remark
(mm)
P
7,5
P / between live
and accessible part
of enclosure
Supplementary information:
*) For tracks on printed circuit boards if pollution degree 1 and 2
**) For pollution degree 3
***) If the construction is affected by wear, distortion, movement of the parts or during assembly
29.2
TABLE: Creepage distances, basic, supplementary and reinforced insulation
Working voltage
(V)
P
Creepage distance
(mm)
Pollution degree
1
I
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3
Material group
Material group
II
IIIa/IIIb
I
II
Type of insulation
)
IIIa/IIIb*
)
B**
)
S**
)
R**
Verdict
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Verdict
≤50
0,18
0,6
0,85
1,2
1,5
1,7
1,9
≤50
0,18
0,6
0,85
1,2
1,5
1,7
1,9

≤50
0,36
1,2
1,7
2,4
3,0
3,4
3,8

125
0,28
0,75
1,05
1,5
1,9
2,1
2,4
125
0,28
0,75
1,05
1,5
1,9
2,1
2,4

125
0,56
1,5
2,1
3,0
3,8
4,2
4,8


250
0,56
1,25
1,8
2,5
3,2
3,6
4,0
X


P
250
0,56
1,25
1,8
2,5
3,2
3,6
4,0

X

P
250
1,12
2,5
3,6
5,0
6,4
7,2
8,0


X
P
400
1,0
2,0
2,8
4,0
5,0
5,6
6,3


N/A
400
1,0
2,0
2,8
4,0
5,0
5,6
6,3


N/A
400
2,0
4,0
5,6
8,0
10,0
11,2
12,6

500
1,3
2,5
3,6
5,0
6,3
7,1
8,0
500
1,3
2,5
3,6
5,0
6,3
7,1
8,0

500
2,6
5,0
7,2
10,0
12,6
14,2
16,0

>630 and ≤800
1,8
3,2
4,5
6,3
8,0
9,0
10,0
>630 and ≤800
1,8
3,2
4,5
6,3
8,0
9,0
10,0

>630 and ≤800
3,6
6,4
9,0
12,6
16,0
18,0
20,0

>800 and ≤1000
2,4
4,0
5,6
8,0
10,0
11,0
12,5
>800 and ≤1000
2,4
4,0
5,6
8,0
10,0
11,0
12,5

>800 and ≤1000
4,8
8,0
11,2
16,0
20,0
22,0
25,0

>1000 and ≤1250
3,2
5,0
7,1
10,0
12,5
14,0
16,0
>1000 and ≤1250
3,2
5,0
7,1
10,0
12,5
14,0
16,0

>1000 and ≤1250
6,4
10,0
14,2
20,0
25,0
28,0
32,0

>1250 and ≤1600
4,2
6,3
9,0
12,5
16,0
18,0
20,0
>1250 and ≤1600
4,2
6,3
9,0
12,5
16,0
18,0
20,0

>1250 and ≤1600
8,4
12,6
18,0
25,0
32,0
36,0
40,0

>1600 and ≤2000
5,6
8,0
11,0
16,0
20,0
22,0
25,0
>1600 and ≤2000
5,6
8,0
11,0
16,0
20,0
22,0
25,0

>1600 and ≤2000
11,2
16,0
22,0
32,0
40,0
44,0
50,0

>2000 and ≤2500
7,5
10,0
14,0
20,0
25,0
28,0
32,0
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

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
>2000 and ≤2500
7,5
10,0
14,0
20,0
25,0
28,0
32,0

>2000 and ≤2500
15,0
20,0
28,0
40,0
50,0
56,0
64,0

>2500 and ≤3200
10,0
12,5
18,0
25,0
32,0
36,0
40,0
>2500 and ≤3200
10,0
12,5
18,0
25,0
32,0
36,0
40,0

>2500 and ≤3200
20,0
25,0
36,0
50,0
64,0
72,0
80,0

>3200 and ≤4000
12,5
16,0
22,0
32,0
40,0
45,0
50,0
>3200 and ≤4000
12,5
16,0
22,0
32,0
40,0
45,0
50,0

>3200 and ≤4000
25,0
32,0
44,0
64,0
80,0
90,0
100,0

>4000 and ≤5000
16,0
20,0
28,0
40,0
50,0
56,0
63,0
>4000 and ≤5000
16,0
20,0
28,0
40,0
50,0
56,0
63,0

>4000 and ≤5000
32,0
40,0
56,0
80,0
100,0
112,0
126,0

>5000 and ≤6300
20,0
25,0
36,0
50,0
63,0
71,0
80,0
>5000 and ≤6300
20,0
25,0
36,0
50,0
63,0
71,0
80,0

>5000 and ≤6300
40,0
50,0
72,0
100,0
126,0
142,0
160,0

>6300 and ≤8000
25,0
32,0
45,0
63,0
80,0
90,0
100,0
>6300 and ≤8000
25,0
32,0
45,0
63,0
80,0
90,0
100,0

>6300 and ≤8000
50,0
64,0
90,0
126,0
160,0
180,0
200,0

>8000 and ≤10000
32,0
40,0
56,0
80,0
100,0
110,0
125,0
>8000 and ≤10000
32,0
40,0
56,0
80,0
100,0
110,0
125,0

>8000 and ≤10000
64,0
80,0
112,0
160,0
200,0
220,0
250,0

>10000 and ≤12500 40,0
50,0
71,0
100,0
125,0
140,0
160,0
>10000 and ≤12500 40,0
50,0
71,0
100,0
125,0
140,0
160,0

>10000 and ≤12500 80,0 100,0
142,0
200,0
250,0
280,0
320,0

Verdict



N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A


N/A

N/A

N/A



N/A
N/A

N/A

N/A
N/A
Supplementary information:
)
* Material group IIIb is allowed if the working voltage does not exceed 50 V
)
** B = Basic insulation, S = Supplementary insulation, R = Reinforced insulation
29.2
TABLE: Creepage distances, functional insulation
Working voltage
(V)
Creepage distance
(mm)
Pollution degree
1
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3
Material group
Material group
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)
Verdict
I
II
IIIa/IIIb
I
II
IIIa/IIIb*
Verdict / Remark
≤10
0,08
0,4
0,4
0,4
1,0
1,0
1,0
N/A
50
0,16
0,56
0,8
1,0
1,4
1,6
1,8
N/A
125
0,25
0,71
1,0
1,4
1,8
2,0
2,2
N/A
250
0,42
1,0
1,4
2,0
2,5
2,8
3,2
P
400
0,75
1,6
2,2
3,2
4,0
4,5
5,0
N/A
500
1,0
2,0
2,8
4,0
5,0
5,6
6,3
N/A
>630 and ≤800
1,8
3,2
4,5
6,3
8,0
9,0
10,0
N/A
>800 and ≤1000
2,4
4,0
5,6
8,0
10,0
11,0
12,5
N/A
>1000 and ≤1250
3,2
5,0
7,1
10,0
12,5
14,0
16,0
N/A
>1250 and ≤1600
4,2
6,3
9,0
12,5
16,0
18,0
20,0
N/A
>1600 and ≤2000
5,6
8,0
11,0
16,0
20,0
22,0
25,0
N/A
>2000 and ≤2500
7,5
10,0
14,0
20,0
25,0
28,0
32,0
N/A
>2500 and ≤3200
10,0
12,5
18,0
25,0
32,0
36,0
40,0
N/A
>3200 and ≤4000
12,5
16,0
22,0
32,0
40,0
45,0
50,0
N/A
>4000 and ≤5000
16,0
20,0
28,0
40,0
50,0
56,0
63,0
N/A
>5000 and ≤6300
20,0
25,0
36,0
50,0
63,0
71,0
80,0
N/A
>6300 and ≤8000
25,0
32,0
45,0
63,0
80,0
90,0
100,0
N/A
>8000 and ≤10000
32,0
40,0
56,0
80,0
100,0
110,0
125,0
N/A
>10000 and ≤12500 40,0
50,0
71,0
100,0
125,0
140,0
160,0
N/A
Supplementary information:
)
* Material group IIIb is allowed if the working voltage does not exceed 50 V
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TABLE: Resistance to heat and fire
Object/
part No.
Manufacturer
/
trademark
Type/
model
P
Ball pressure test
°C
75
125
cl. 11
+40
cl. 19
+25
Glow wire test
(GWT)
°C
550
Terminal
Heavy Power
Transparent
enclosure
--
Enclosure
Cheil Ind.
Ltd.
ABS_S
D-0150
X
<75
< 75
X
Cheil Ind.
Ltd.
ABS
VE0856
X
<75
< 75
X
Ventilation S.
PrJSC
MX-T
Enclosure (for
Quiet 150x, 150
Extra X
PCB
X
PA 8
--
650
750
te
Glow-wire
flammability index
(GWFI) °C
850
550
650
750
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Verdict
775
ti
ti
0
0
P
0
0
P
Parts of material classified at least HB40 or if relevant HBF
Parts of material classified as V-0 or V-1
3)
Flame persisting longer than 2 s (= te – ti) need only be reported for unattended appliances
4)
Surrounding parts subjected to the needle-flame test of annex E
5)
Base material classified as V-0 or if relevant VTM-0
6)
The GWIT pre-selection option, the 850 °C GWFI pre -selection option, and the 850 °C GWT are not appli cable for attended appliances
2)
675
Needleflame t.
(NFT)
te
Supplementary information:
1)
850
Glow- wire
ign. temp.
(GWIT) °C
P
X
P
X
P
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List of test equipment used:
Manufacturer
Type
Inventory /
Serial No.
Next
calibration
Ohm meter
Ganz
DKE
0570632004
2014. IX.
Leake current measurer div.
TRIC
LCMT2
01623005
2015. II.
Data acquisition system
HELIOS
2289A
023061
2014. VIII.
Data Acquisition System
FLUKE
2680A
023325
2015. I.
MITUTOYO
CD-15D
0556007001
2014. X.
Torque screwdriver
FACOM
A302J1
010529
2014. VI.
Spring-hammer
Nemko
2Nm
022870
2014. VIII.
Jumping-hammer
NEMKO
0,5Nm
022873
2014. IX.
Digital wattmeter
Waldsee Electronic
LVM 605
022356
2015. XI.
Digital wattmeter
Waldsee Electronic
LVM 605
022354
2014. XII.
Norma
D 1150
023066
2014. X.
Normameter
MP14
022955
2014. XI.
Narda
2304/03
053298
2015. V.
Measuring equipment
Digital calliper
Wattmeter
Digital multimeter
EMF tester
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ATTACHMENT TO TEST REPORT IEC 60335-2-80
EUROPEAN GROUP DIFFERENCES AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES
(Part 2: Particular requirements for fans)
Differences according to:
EN 60335-1:2012
EN 60335-2-80:2003+A1:2004+A2:2009
EN 62233:2008
Australian and New Zealand National Differences added by
TUV Rheinland
Attachment Form No.:
EU_GD_IEC60335_2_80E
Attachment Originator:
DEKRA Certification B.V.
Master Attachment:
2012-09
Copyright © 2012 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment
(IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
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Result - Remark
Verdict
CENELEC COMMON MODIFICATIONS
6.1
Delete “class 0” and “class 01”
P
7.1
Single-phase appliances to be connected to the
supply mains: 230 V covered
P
Multi-phase appliances to be connected to the
supply mains: 400 V covered
N/A
Devices used to start/stop operational functions of
the appliance distinguished from other manual
devices by means of shape, size, surface texture,
position, etc.
P
An indication that the device has been operated is given by:
--
7.10
7.12
7.12.Z1
8.1.1
• a tactile feedback, or
N/A
• an audible and visual feedback
P
The instructions include the substance of the following:
--
- this appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved
P
- children shall not play with the appliance
P
- cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision
P
The specific instructions related to the safe
operation of this appliance is collated together in the
front section of the user instructions
P
The height of the characters, measured on the
capital letters, is at least 3 mm
P
These instructions are also available in an
alternative format, e.g. on a website
P
Also test probe 18 of EN 61032 is applied
P
The appliance being in every possible position
during the test
P
The force on the probe in the straight position is
increased to 10 N when probe 18 is used
P
When using test probe 18 the appliance is fully
assembled as in normal use without any parts
removed, and
P
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Result - Remark
Verdict
parts intended to be removed for user maintenance
are also not removed
P
Compliance is checked by applying the test probes
of EN 61032
P
For built-in appliances and fixed appliances, the test
probe B and probe 18 of EN 61032 are applied only
after installation
P
11.8
Footnotes to “External enclosure of motor-operated
appliances” to be taken into account
P
15.1.2
Appliances with an automatic cord reel tested with
the cord in the most unfavourable position so that
the reeling of the wet cord may affect electrical
insulation during operation, the cord not being dried
before reeling
N/A
20.2
When using the test probe similar to test probe B
with a circular stop face, the accessories and
detachable covers are removed
P
Test probe 18 applied with a force of 2,5N on the
appliance fully assembled
P
Components comply with the safety requirements
specified in the relevant standards as far as they
reasonably apply
P
The requirements of Clause 29 of this standard
apply between live parts of components and
accessible parts of the appliance.
Pl
The requirements of 30.2 of this standard apply to
parts of non-metallic material in components
including parts of non-metallic material supporting
current-carrying connections inside components
P
Components that have not been previously tested
or do not comply with the standard for the relevant
component are tested according to the
requirements of 30.2
N/A
Components that have been previously tested and shown to comply with the
resistance to fire requirements in the standard for the relevant component need not
be retested provided that:
--
- the severity specified in the component standard is
not less than the severity specified in 30.2, and
P
- the test report for the component states whether it
complied with the standard for the relevant
component with or without flame, flames not
exceeding 2 s during the test are ignored
P
8.2
24.1
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
Unless components have been previously tested
and found to comply with the relevant standard for
the number of cycles specified, they are tested in
accordance with 24.1.1 to 24.1.9
N/A
For components mentioned in 24.1.1 to 24.1.9, no
additional tests specified in the relevant standard for
the component are necessary other than those
specified in 24.1.1 to 24.1.9
P
Components that have not been separately tested
and found to comply with the relevant standard, and
N/A
components that are not marked or not used in
accordance with their marking,
N/A
are tested in accordance with the conditions
occurring in the appliance, the number of samples
being that required by the relevant standard
N/A
Lamp holders and starter holders that have not
been previously tested and found to comply with the
relevant standard are tested as a part of the
appliance and additionally comply with the gauging
and interchangeability requirements of the relevant
standard under the conditions occurring in the
appliance
N/A
Where the relevant standard specifies these
gauging and interchangeability requirements at
elevated temperatures, the temperatures measured
during the tests of Clause 11 are used
N/A
Plugs and socket-outlets and other connecting
devices of interconnection cords are not
interchangeable with plugs and socket-outlets listed
in IEC/TR 60083 or IEC 60906-1, or
N/A
with connectors and appliance inlets complying with
the standard sheets of IEC 60320-1,
N/A
if direct supply to these parts from the supply mains
gives rise to a hazard
N/A
If the remote operation of the appliance is via a
telecommunication network, the relevant standard
for the telecommunication interface circuitry in the
appliance is EN 41003
N/A
Compliance with Clause 8 of this standard is not
impaired by connecting the appliance to a device
covered by EN 41003
N/A
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24.Z1
For motor running capacitors (IEC 60252-1 type P2)
with a metallic enclosure having an overpressure
fuse the flame testing of internal plastic parts
supporting current carrying connections as required
in 30.2.2 and 30.2.3.1 is not necessary
N/A
25.6
Supply cords of single-phase portable appliances having a rated current not
exceeding 16 A, fitted with a plug complying with the following standard sheets of
IEC/TR 60083:
--
- for Class I appliances:
standard sheet C2b, C3b or C4 ............................. :
N/A
- for Class II appliances:
standard sheet C5 or C6 ....................................... :
N/A
Rubber sheathed cords (60245 IEC 53) are not
suitable for appliances intended to be used
outdoors or when they are liable to be exposed to
significant amount of ultraviolet radiation
N/A
Halogen-free thermoplastic compound sheathed supply cords have properties at
least those of:
--
25.7
Result - Remark
Verdict
•
halogen-free thermoplastic compound
sheathed cords (H03Z1Z1H2-F or
H03Z1Z1-F), for appliances having a mass
not exceeding 3 kg
N/A
•
halogen-free thermoplastic compound
sheathed cords (H05Z1Z1H2-F or
H05Z1Z1-F), for other appliances
N/A
Cross-linked halogen-free compound sheathed
supply cords have properties at least those of
cross-linked halogen-free compound sheathed
cords (H07ZZ-F)
N/A
26.11
Conductors connected by soldering are not
considered to be positioned or fixed so that reliance
is not placed upon the soldering alone to maintain
them in position unless they are held in place near
the terminals independently of the solder
P
29.3.Z1
Appliance constructed so that if there is a possibility
of damaging the insulation during installation, the
insulation withstands the scratch and penetration
test of 21.2
N/A
32
Compliance regarding electromagnetic fields is
checked according to EN 50366 or EN 62233
P
Annex I,
19.I.101
The appliance is supplied at rated voltage and
operated under normal operation with each of the
fault conditions specified
P
The duration of the test is as specified in 19.7
P
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ZA
ANNEX ZA (NORMATIVE)
SPECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS
P
Norway
N/A
The test is also applicable to appliances intended to
be permanently connected to fixed wiring
N/A
Norway
N/A
The second paragraph of this subclause, dealing
with single-phase, permanently connected class I
appliances having heating elements, is not
applicable due to the supply system
N/A
All CENELEC countries
P
Information concerning National plug and socketoutlets is available from the CENELEC website.
Normative national requirements concerning plug
and socket-outlets are shown in the relevant
National standard
P
Ireland and United Kingdom
N/A
In the table, the lines for 10 A and 16 A are replaced by:
N/A
> 10 and ≤ 13 1,25
N/A
> 13 and ≤ 16 1,5
N/A
ANNEX ZB (INFORMATIVE)
A-DEVIATIONS
N/A
Ireland
N/A
These regulations apply to all plugs for domestic
use at a voltage of not less than 200 V and in
general allow only plugs complying with I.S.
401:1997, or equivalent, to be fitted to domestic
appliances
N/A
United Kingdom
N/A
19.5
22.2
25.6 and
25.25
25.8
ZB
25.6
Result - Remark
Verdict
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25.6
These regulations apply to all plugs for domestic
use at a voltage of not less than 200 V and in
general allow only plugs to BS 1363 to be fitted to
domestic appliances. It also allows plugs to BS
4573 and EN 50075 to be fitted to shavers and
toothbrushes
ZC
P
ANNEX ZC (NORMATIVE)
NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS WITH THEIR
CORRESPONDING EUROPEAN PUBLICATIONS
N/A
A list of referenced documents in this standard
P
ANNEX ZD (INFORMATIVE)
IEC and CENELEC CODE DESIGNATIONS FOR FLEXIBLE CORDS
N/A
A table with IEC and CENELEC code designations
for flexible cords
N/A
ZE
ANNEX ZE (INFORMATIVE)
SPECIFIC ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLIANCES AND MACHINES
INTENDED FOR COMMERCIAL USE
N/A
7.1
Business name and full address of the
manufacturer and, where applicable, his authorized
representative ........................................................:
N/A
Model or type reference.........................................:
N/A
Serial number, if any..............................................:
N/A
Production year
N/A
Designation of the appliance .................................:
N/A
Instructions provided with the appliance so that the
appliance can be used safely
N/A
The instructions contain at least the following information:
--
- the business name and full address of the
manufacturer and, where applicable, his authorized
representative
N/A
- model or type reference of the appliance as
marked on the appliance itself, except for the serial
number
N/A
- the designation of the appliance together with its
explanation in case it is given by a combination of
letters and/or numbers
N/A
- the general description of the appliance, when
needed due to the complexity of the appliance
N/A
ZD
7.12
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Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
- specific precautions if required during installation,
operation, adjusting, user maintenance, cleaning,
repairing or moving
N/A
- when needed drawings, diagrams, descriptions
and explanations necessary for the safe use and
user maintenance of the appliance
N/A
- the possible reasonably foreseeable misuse and,
whenever relevant, a warning against the effects it
may have on the safe use of the appliance
N/A
The words “Original instructions” appear on the
language version(s) verified by the manufacturer or
by the authorized representative
N/A
When a translation of the original instructions has
been provided by a person introducing the
appliance on the market; the meaning of the
sentence “Translation of the original instructions”
appear in the relevant instructions delivered with the
appliance
N/A
The instructions for maintenance/service to be done
by specialized personnel, mandated by the
manufacturer or the authorized representative may
be supplied in only one Community language which
the specialized personnel understand
N/A
The instructions indicate the type and frequency of
inspections and maintenance required for safe
operation including the preventive maintenance
measures
N/A
If needed for specific appliances, the following information to be given:
--
• on use, transportation, assembly, dismantling
when out of service, testing or foreseeable
breakdowns, if these operations have
consequences on stability of the appliance
in order to avoid overturning, falling or
uncontrolled movements of the appliance or
of its component parts
N/A
• on how to maintain adequate mechanical
stability when in use, during transportation,
assembly, dismantling, scrapping and any
other action involving the appliance
N/A
• on the protective measures to be taken by the
user, including, where appropriate, the
personal protective equipment to be
provided
N/A
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• on the operating method to be followed in the
event of accident or breakdown; if a
blockage is likely to occur the operating
method to safely unblock the appliance
N/A
• on the specifications on the spare parts to be
used, when these affect the health and
safety of the operator
N/A
• on airborne noise emissions, determined and declared in accordance with the
relevant Part 2, which includes:
--
- the A-weighted emission sound pressure
level at workstations, where this exceeds 70
dB(A) .........................................................;
N/A
- where this level does not exceed 70 dB(A),
this fact is indicated
N/A
- the peak C-weighted instantaneous sound
pressure value at workstations, where this
exceeds 63 Pa (130 dB in relation to 20
µPa) ...........................................................:
N/A
- the A-weighted sound power level emitted
by the machinery, where the A-weighted
emission sound pressure level at
workstations exceeds 80 dB(A) .................:
N/A
The instructions includes a warning to disconnect
the appliance from its power source during service
and when replacing parts
N/A
If the removal of the plug is foreseen, it is clearly
indicated that the removal of the plug has to be
such that an operator can check from any of the
points to which he has access that the plug remains
removed
N/A
If this is not possible, due to the construction of the
appliance or its installation, a disconnection with a
locking system in the isolated position is provided
N/A
The appliance continues to operate, without causing
any hazard to the user, from the same point in its
operating cycle at which the voltage fluctuation
occurred, or
N/A
a manual operation is required to restart it
N/A
20.1
Appliances and their components and fittings have
adequate mechanical stability during transportation,
assembly, dismantling and any other action
involving the appliance
N/A
20.2
Dangerous moving transmission parts safeguarded
either by design or guards
N/A
7.12.ZE2
19.11.4.8
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When guards are used, they are fixed guards,
interlocking movable guards or protective devices
Result - Remark
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N/A
Moving parts directly involved in the function of the appliance which cannot be made -completely inaccessible fitted with:
- fixed guards or interlocking movable guards
preventing access to those sections of the parts
that are not used in the work, and
N/A
- adjustable guards restricting access to those
sections of the moving parts where access is
necessary
N/A
Interlocking movable guards used where frequent
access is required
N/A
21.1
Appliances and their components and fittings have
adequate mechanical strength and is constructed to
withstand such rough handling that may be
expected in normal use, during transportation,
assembly, dismantling, scrapping and any other
action involving the appliance
N/A
22.ZE.1
For appliances provided with a seat, the seat gives
adequate stability
N/A
The distance between the seat and the control
devices capable of being adapted to the operator
N/A
For appliances provided with separate devices for
the start and the stop functions, the stop function is
unambiguously identifiable and does always
override the start function
N/A
For appliances provided with one device performing
the start and the stop function, the stop function is
unambiguously identifiable and does always
override the start function
N/A
Appliances designed in such a way that incorrect
mounting is avoided, if this can lead to an unsafe
situation
N/A
If this is not possible, information on the correct
mounting is given directly on the part and/or the
enclosure
N/A
Where the weight, size or shape prevents
appliances from being moved manually, they are
fitted with attachments for lifting gear, or
N/A
so designed that they can be fitted with such
attachments, or
N/A
be shaped in such a way that standard lifting gear
can easily be used
N/A
22.ZE.2
22.ZE.3
22.ZE.4
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22.ZE.6
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Result - Remark
Verdict
Appliances to be moved manually are constructed
or equipped so that they can be moved easily and
safely
N/A
The fixing systems of fixed guards which prevent
access to dangerous moving transmission parts
only removable with the use of tools
N/A
If such guards have to be removed by the user for
routine cleaning or maintenance their fixing systems
remain attached to the fixed guards or to the
machine after removal
N/A
Where possible, guards are incapable of remaining
in place without their fixings
N/A
This does not apply if, after removal of the screws,
or if the component is incorrectly repositioned, the
appliance becomes inoperative
N/A
Movable guards are interlocked
N/A
The interlocking devices prevent the start of
hazardous appliance functions until the guards are
fixed in their position, and give a stop command
whenever they are no longer closed
N/A
Where it is possible for an operator to reach the danger zone before the risk due to
hazardous appliance functions has ceased, movable guards associated with a
guard locking device in addition to an interlocking device that:
--
- prevents the start of hazardous appliance
functions until the guard is closed and locked, and
N/A
- keeps the guard closed and locked until the risk of
injury from the hazardous appliance functions has
ceased
N/A
Interlocking movable guards remain attached to the
appliance when open, and
N/A
they are designed and constructed in such a way
that they can be adjusted only by means of an
intentional action
N/A
Interlocking movable guards designed in such a
way that the absence or failure of one of their
components prevents starting or stops the
hazardous appliance functions
N/A
The guard is opened to the extent needed to cause
the interlocking to operate and is then closed, the
number of operations being defined in the specific
Part 2 .....................................................................:
N/A
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22.ZE.8
22.ZE.9
ZF
ZG
Requirement - Test
Result - Remark
Verdict
After this test any defect that may be expected in
normal use is applied to the interlock system,
including interruption of the supply, only one defect
being simulated at a time
N/A
After these tests the interlock system is fit for
further use
N/A
Adjustable guards restricting access to areas of the moving parts strictly necessary
for the work are:
--
- adjustable manually or automatically, depending
on the type of work involved, and
N/A
- readily adjustable without the use of tools
N/A
In case of interruption, re-establishment after an
interruption or fluctuation in whatever manner of the
power supply, the appliance does not restart
N/A
However, automatic restarting of the operation is
allowed if the appliance may continue to operate,
without causing any hazard to the user, from the
same point in its operating cycle at which the
voltage interruption or fluctuation occurred
N/A
Appliances fitted with means to isolate them from all
energy sources
N/A
Such isolators are clearly identified, and
N/A
they are capable of being locked if reconnection
endanger persons
N/A
After the energy source is disconnected, it is
possible to dissipate any energy remaining or
stored in the circuits of the appliance without risk to
persons
N/A
ANNEX ZF (INFORMATIVE)
CRITERIA APPLIED FOR THE ALLOCATION OF PRODUCTS COVERED BY
STANDARDS IN THE EN 60335 SERIES UNDER LVD OR MD
N/A
List of standards under CENELEC/TC61 with the
allocation under the LVD (Low Voltage Directive) or
the MD (Machinery Directive) ................................:
N/A
ANNEX ZG (NORMATIVE)
UV APPLIANCES
N/A
The following modifications to this standard apply to
appliances having UV emitters
N/A
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This annex is not applicable to appliances covered
by the scopes of IEC 60335-2-27, IEC 60335-2-59
or IEC 60335-2-109
N/A
7.12.ZG
The instructions for appliances incorporating UVC
emitters include the substance of the following:
WARNING — This appliance contains a UV emitter.
Do not stare at the light source
N/A
32
For appliances incorporating UV emitters the
manufacturer delivers a declaration providing
evidence that the plastic material exposed to the
radiation is UV resistant
N/A
ZZ
ANNEX ZZ (INFORMATIVE)
COVERAGE OF ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF EC DIRECTIVES
N/A
Description of the relation between this European
standard and the LVD (Low Voltage Directive,
2006/95/EC) and the MD (Machinery Directive,
2006/42/EC)
N/A
National Differences for Australia and New Zealand
5.8.1
Appliances for a.c. only are tested with a.c. at 50 Hz
P
5.201
The rated power input value or the rated current
value is calculated corresponding to 240 V
Rated voltage range:
220-240 V
N/A
6.1
Protection against electric shock: class I, II,
III……..:
II
P
6.101
Fans are classified as fans for tropical climates
7.1
Appliances, other than class III are marked a rated
voltage of at least 230 V (single phase) 400 V
(polyphase) or a rated voltage range that includes
230 V (single phase) 400 V (polyphase)………….:
220 – 240 V
P
Fans are marked the model or type reference of a
luminaire
No luminaire
N/A
P
7.12.1
The installation instruction includes that the fan is to
be installed so that the blades are more than 2,1 m
above the floor (for fans mounted at high level)
N/A
7.13
Instructions and other text are written in English
P
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15.1.1
The outer part of fans intended to be installed in the
external structure of a building is subjected to the
test of 14.2.3(a) of IEC 60529, the part of the fan
not mounted on the outside surface being protected
against spray from the oscillating tube. The test is
carried out with the appliance in the rest position
and then in operation while supplied at rated
voltage, shutters or similar devices being in the
open position.
N/A
22.3
Checked as described
N/A
22.101
The internal wiring associated with the luminaire
has insulation at least equivalent type R-S-150
compound insulation complying AS/NZS 3191
N/A
22.201
Appliances having integral pins for insertion into
socket outlets shall comply with the appropriate
requirements of AS/NZS 3112.
N/A
24.1
Note 201: The relevant IEC standard may be
replaced with the relevant AS/NZS where
applicable
N/A
25.1
Supply cords for single-phase portable appliances
intended for direct connection to the supply mains
are fitted with a plug complying with AS/NZS 3112
N/A
25.5
Type Z attachment is allowed for portable fans and
partition fans
N/A
25.8
Table 11: Replaced footnote
N/A
Annex EN 62233:2008
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Verdict
EMF- ELECTROMAGNETICS FIELDS
The tested product also complies with the requirements of EN 62233:2008
Limit ……………100%
Measured max. : 0,397 %
P
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