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IEC STANDARDS

IEC STANDARDS

 

All IEC standards are given below:

IEC STANDARDS

IEC 50(161);1990, Ed. 1.0 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary – Chapter 11;,1: Electromagnetic compatibility.

This standard contains terms and definitions relating to electro-magnetic compatibility.

IEC 60079-1:2003, Ed. 5.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres- Part 1: Flame proof enclosures “d”.

This part of IEC 60079 contains specific requirements for the construction and testing of electrical apparatus with the type of protection flame proof enclosure “d”, intended for use in explosive gas atmosphere.

IEC 60079-2.2001, Ed 4.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmosphere- Part 2: Pressurized enclosures “p”.

This standard contains the specific requirements (supplementary to IEC 60079-0)for construction and testing of electrical apparatus with pressurized enclosures, of protection type “p”, intended for use in explosive gas atmospheres. It specifies needs for pressurized enclosures containing a limited release of a flammable substance. Not applicable where containment system may release ai with an oxygen content greater than normal, or oxygen with inert gas in proportion greater than 21%, or for pressurized rooms or analyzer houses.

 

IEC 600079-5:1997, Ed. 2.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres. Part 5: Powder filling “q”.

This standard contains the specific requirements for construction, testing and marking of electrical apparatus, in whole and in part, and Ey components with current rated less than or equal to 16 A, and power consumption rated less than or equal to 1000VA, in the type of protection powder filling “q”, intended for use in potentially explosive gas, vapour and mist atmospheres. Supplement to me 600079-0.

IEC 60079-5:1997, Am. 1 (2003).

Amendment 1 to Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres – Part 5: Powder filling “q”.

IEC 60079-6:1995, Ed. 2.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres . Part 6: Oil immersion “0”.

This standard specifies requirements for the construction and testing of oil immersed electrical apparatus, part of apparatus and Ex-components in the type of protection “0”, intended for use in potentially explosive gas atmospheres. It is applicable to electrical apparatus and parts of electrical apparatus which are not ignition capable in normal operation. It is a supplement to IEC 79-0. English/French.

IEC 60079-7:2001, Ed. 3.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres . Part 7: Increased safety “e”.

This standard gives requirements for the design, construction, testing and marking of electrical apparatus, with a rated value of supply voltage not exceeding 11 KV r.m.s. a.c. or d.c., with type of protection ‘e’ that does not produce sparks, arcs, or dangerous temperatures in normal operation.

IEC 60079-10:2002, Ed. 4.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres- Part 10: Classification of hazardous areas.

This standard specifies the classification of hazardous areas where flammable gas Of vapour risks may arise, in order to permit the proper selection and installation of apparatus for use in such hazardous areas.

IEC 60079-11:1999, Ed. 4.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres ยท Part 11: Intrinsic safety “i”.

This standard specifies the construction and testing of intrinsically safe apparatus, intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and for associated apparatus, intended for connection to intrinsically safe circuits which enter such atmospheres. Contains details of the test apparatus previously published as IEC 60079-3, It is a supplement to IEC 60079-0:1998.

IEC 60079-18:1992, Ed. 1.0 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 18: Encapsulation “m”.

This standard prescribes the specific requirements fo construction and testing of electrical apparatus and Ex components which have rated voltages not exceeding 11 kV with the type of protection encapsulation “m’. Supplement to IEC 79-0 with some exceptions.

IEC 60204-1:2000, Ed. 4.1 Safety of machinery-Electrical equipment of machines Part 1: General requirements.

This standard applies to the application of electrical ar electronic equipment and systems to industrial machines not portable by hand while working, including a group of machines working together in a coordinated manner, but excluding higher level systems aspects (e.g., communications between systems).

IEC 60417-1:1998 Graphical symbols for use on equipment – Part 1: Overview and application.

This standard contains graphical symbols’ with the corresponding descriptions in numerical order. It also contains an alphabetical index and a graphic survey of the symbols. Additional information is provided to the user by the classifications according to form and function, and the examples of application. Along with IEC 60417-2, this updates and replaces previous versions of IEC 417 and its annexes.

IEC 60417-2:1998 Graphic symbols for use on equipment- Part 2: Symbol originals.

This standard contains a presentation of the full size symbol originals for reproduction purposes in numerical order. The position and size of the graphical symbols within the basic pattern can be determined with the help of the transparent sheet of the basic pattern With IEC 60417-1,this updates and replaces previous versions of IEC 417 and its annexes.

IEC 60529:2001 Ed, 2.1 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code).

This standard applies to the classification of degrees of protection provides by enclosures for electrical equipment with a rated voltage not exceeding 72,.5 kV.

IEC 60825-1:2001, Ed. 1.2 Safety of laser products – Part 1: Equipment classification, requirements and user’s guide.

This standard applies to safety of laser products. It is divided into three separate sections: Section One (General) and the annexes; Section Two (Manufacturing requirements); & Section Three (User’s guide).

IEC 60947-1: 2001, Ed, 3.2 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part 1: General rules.

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This standard applies, when required by the relevant product standard, to switchgear and control gear and is intended to be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1000 V a.c. or 1500 V d.c. This version includes Edition 3 of the IEC 60947-1 issued in 1999, and the amendments issued in 2000 and 2001.

IEC 60947-2: 2003, Ed.3.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part 2: Circuit-breakers.

This standard applies to circuit-breakers, the main contacts of which are intended to be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1000V a. c. or 1500 V d. c.; it also contains additional requirements for integrally fused circuit- breakers.

IEC 60947-3:2001, Ed. 2.1 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part 3: Switches, dis connectors, switch dis connectors and fuse- combination units.

This standard applies to switches, dis connectors, Switch-dis connectors and fuse- combination units to be used in distribution circuits and motor circuits of which the rated voltage does not exceed 1000 V a. c, or 1500 V d. c.

IEC 60947-4-1:2002, Ed. 2.1 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear – Part 4-1: Contactors and motor-starters – Electromechanical contactors and motor-starters.

This standard states the characteristics of contactors and starters and associated equipment, the conditions with which contactors or starters shall comply, the tests intended for confirming that these conditions have been met, and the information to be given with the equipment or ill the manufacturer’s literature. This publication supersedes. IEC 60158-1 (1970) and its Amendment 1 (1983),60158- 1C (1982), 60292-1 (1969)and its Amendment 2 (1983), 60292-2 (1970), 60292-3 (1973) and 60292-4 (1975). It should be read in conjunction with IEC 60947-1.

IEC 60947-4-2:2002, Ed. 2.1 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part4-2: Contactors and motor-starters – AC semiconductor motor construers and starters.

This standard applies to controllers and starters, which may include a series mechanical switching device, intended to be connected to circuits, the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1000 V a.c,

IEC 60947-5-1:2-3, Ed. 3.0 low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part 5-1: Control circuit devices and switching element-Electro- mechanical control circuit devices.

This standard applies to control circuit devices and switching elements intended for controlling, signaling, interlocking, etc., of switchgear and control gear.

IEC 60947-5-2:2004, Ed. 2.2 (Edition 2:1997 + Am. 1:1999 & Am. 2:2003) Low- voltage switchgear and control gear – Part 5-2: control circuit devices and switching elements – Proximity switches (includes Amendment 1 & 2).

This standard applies to inductive and capacitive proximity switches that sense the presence of metallic and/or non-metallic objects, ultrasonic proximity switches that sense the presence of sound reflecting objects and photoelectric proximity switches that sense the presence of object.

IEC 60947-5-4:2002, Ed. 2.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear Part 5-4: Control circuit devices and switching elements – performance of low-energy contacts Special tests.

This part of IEC 60947 applies to separable contacts used in the utilization area considered such as switching element hethods of assessing the for control circuits.

IEC 60947-5-5:1997, Ed. 1.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear – Part 5-5: Control circuit devices and switching elements – Electrical emergency stop device with mechanical latching function.

This part of LEC60947-5 provides detailed specifications relating to the electrical and mechanical construction of emergency stop devices with mechanical latching function and to their testing.

IEC 60947-6-1:1998, Ed. 1.2 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear – Part 6-1: Multiple function equipment-Automatic transfer switching equipment.

This standard applies to Automatic Transfer Switching Equipment (ATSE) to be used in emergency power systems with interruption of the supply to the load during transfer the rated voltage of which does not exceed 1,000 V a.c. or 1,500 V d.c. It covers ATSE provided with or without an enclosure.

EC 6947-6-2:2002, Ed. 2.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear- Part 6.2: Multiple function equipment – Control and protective switching devices (or equipment) (CPS).

This section of IEC 60947- 6 applies to control and protective switching devices (or equipment) (CPS), the main contacts of which are intended to be connected to circuits of rated voltage not exceeding 1000 V a.c. or 1500 V d.c.

IEC 60947-7-1:2002, Ed. 2.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear – Part 7-1: Ancillary equipment – Terminal blocks for copper conductors.

This standard specifies requirements for terminal blocks with screw-type or screw less type terminals primarily intended for industrial or similar use and to be fixed to a support to provide electrical and mechanical connection between copper conductors

IEC 60947-7-2: 2002, Ed. 2.0 Low-voltage switchgear and control gear Part 7-2: Ancillary equipment – conductors.

This section of IEC 947-7 applies to protective conductor terminal blocks with PE function up to 120 mm2 (250 MCM) and to protective conductor terminal blocks with PEN function equal to and above 10 mm2 (AWG 8) with screw-type or screw less- type damping units, primarily intended for industrial applications.

IEC 61010-1:2001, Ed. 2.0 Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and laboratory use Part 1: General requirements.

This standard specifies general safety requirements for electrical equipment intended for professional, industrial process, and educational use, which may incorporate computing devices: electrical test and measurement equipment; electrical control equipment; electrical laboratory equipment; or accessories intended for use with them, used under specified environmental conditions.

IEC 61310-1:1995, Ed. 1.0 Safety of Machinery – Indication, Marking and Actuation – Part 1: Requirements for visual, auditory, and tactile signals.

This part of IEC 1310 specifies requirements for visual, auditory and tactile methods of indicating safety- related information, at the man-machine interface and to exposed persons.

IEC 61310-2:1995, Ed. 1.0 Safety of Machinery – Indication, Marking and Actuation – Part 2: Requirements for marking.

This part of IEC 1310 specifies requirements for the marking of machinery. It gives general rules on marking for identification of machinery, for safe use related-to mechanical and electrical hazards, and for the avoidance of hazards arising from incorrect connections.

IEC 61310-3:1995, Ed. 1.0 Safety of Machinery – Indication, Marking and Actuation – Part 2: Requirements for the location and operation of actuators.

This part of IEC 61310 specifies safety-related requirements for actuators, operated by the hand or by other parts of the human body, at the man-machine interface. It gives general requirements for the standard direction of movement for actuators; the arrangement of an actuator in relation to other actuators; the correlation between an action and its final effects. It is based on IEC 60447, but is also applicable to non-electro technical technologies, such as mechanical and fluid-powered systems. It covers single actuators as well as groups of actuators forming part of an assembly.

IEC 61496-1:2004, Ed. 2.0 Safety of machinery – Electro-sensitive protective equipment – Part 1: General requirements and tests.

This part of IEC 61496 specifies general requirements for the design, construction and testing of electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE) designed specifically to detect persons as part of a safety related system.

IEC 61496-2:1997, Ed. 1.0 Safety of machinery – Electro-sensitive protective equipment – parl2: Particular requirements for equipment using active opto- electronic protective devices (AOPDS).

This part of IEC 61496 specifies requirements for the design, construction and testing of electro-sensitive protective equipment; (ESPE) for the safeguarding of machinery, employing active opto-electronic protective devices (AOPDS) for the sensing function.

IEC 61508-3:1998, Ed. 1.0 Functional safety of electrical/ electronic programmable electronic safety-related systems – Part 3: Software requirements.

This part of IEC Protective conductor terminal blocks for copper 61508 applies to any software forming part of a safety-related system or used to develop a safety-related system.

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