BS EN 60335-1 PDF

Consumer groups Why should you use this standard? Use of this standard will help make domestic electrical appliances safer. In addition, compliance with it, when used together with the relevant Part 2, means presumption of conformity to the latest Low Voltage Directive and Machinery Directive. The standard: Specifies general requirements for the safety of household and similar electrical appliances providing their rated voltage is not more than V for single-phase and V for other appliances Looks at common hazards of household equipment or electrically-operated devices that could cause injury to persons in and around the house Looks at the general requirements and conditions to test the domestic safety of electrical household appliances Defines the classification and marking of electrical equipment Demonstrates how to ensure protection against live parts Explains heating and void, as well as leakage currents and electric strength at operating temperatures Covers other topics including moisture resistance, stability and mechanical hazards, internal wiring and connections NOTE 1: The use of appliances by unsupervised young children, or children playing with electrical household equipment, is not covered in this standard. This aligns the standard with the new legislative framework of the Low Voltage Directive. Standard Number.

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BS EN recommends the following test regime for a product in compliance with this standard. The functional test can also be used to observe power consumption of the item under test to ensure it is functioning as expected. Alternatively the Insulation may be subjected to a DC voltage of 1. For example where mains filtering circuits cause a higher current flow, masking the true leakage current. The high voltage transformer is to be capable of maintaining the specified voltage at the limiting current.

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BS EN 60335-1:2012+A2:2019

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Consumer groups Why should you use this standard? Use of this standard will help make domestic electrical appliances safer. In addition, compliance with it, when used together with the relevant Part 2, means presumption of conformity to the latest Low Voltage Directive and Machinery Directive. The standard: Specifies general requirements for the safety of household and similar electrical appliances providing their rated voltage is not more than V for single-phase and V for other appliances Looks at common hazards of household equipment or electrically-operated devices that could cause injury to persons in and around the house Looks at the general requirements and conditions to test the domestic safety of electrical household appliances Defines the classification and marking of electrical equipment Demonstrates how to ensure protection against live parts Explains heating and void, as well as leakage currents and electric strength at operating temperatures Covers other topics including moisture resistance, stability and mechanical hazards, internal wiring and connections NOTE 1: The use of appliances by unsupervised young children, or children playing with electrical household equipment, is not covered in this standard. This aligns the standard with the new legislative framework of the Low Voltage Directive.

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