IEC Standard | Switches for appliances – Part Requirements for mechanical switches. This part of IEC applies to switches for appliances. The switches are intended to control electrical appliances and other equipment for. This part of IEC applies to electronic switching devices and shall be used in conjunction with the general requirements of IEC
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Path under consideration includes a V-shaped groove with a width greater than “X” mm. Compliance is ciiecked 610058-1 inspection and by ttie tests in For all switches except electronic switches, compliance is checked as speciffed In 17, 1.
For the purpose of this standard, the following applies: Throughout the electrical endurance test, the auxiliary switch A is open-circuited. For electronic switches, the reduction to the break current should be achieved without any open circuiting of the simulated inductive loads circuit, to ensure that no abnormal voltage transients are generated.
BS EN 61058-1:2002+A2:2008
Overview of immunity tests. Consequently, the thermal current will normally be lower than the rated current This necessitates additional tests of the terminals, contacts, etc.
This standard is also available to ifc included in Standards Subscriptions. Table 22 – Minimum clearances for basic insulation.
Compliance with the requirements of 8. Smaller clearances than those specified In table 22 are not allowed. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. No failure shall occur during 61058- tests of clauses 6 to 12 inclusive and 19 to 22 inclusive f-iOTE The. Definitions, designations and general requirernents Connecting devices for jec circuits for household and similar purposes — Part Guide to the dimensional limits of circular conductors lEC Creepage path follows the contour of the grooves.
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Compliance is checked with the standard test finger, test iecc B according to lEC Protection against overvoltage — Section The number of test specimens required and the relevant clauses are as follows NOTE A survey of test specimens and lelated clauses is given in table 1 5.
Compliance is checked by applying a test pin according to lECfigure 3, test probe C, through the hole.
When the switch has a rated number of operating cycles below 10or when the clamping means of the screwless terminal forms part of the conductive path through the switch, compliance is checked by the following thermal endurance test.
It is not economically feasible to test every switch on every application kec.
No traces or burn-through shall occur. Termmals and terminattons for unprepared conductors Other tefminals ana terminations, 2DS 80 7i 8′ 12b Si 1 This limit applies to cabies, cords and wires complying with the 661058-1 lEC standards, for others, it may be different.
Worldwide Standards We can source any standard from anywhere iev the world. Width X Pollution degree Minimum values 1 0,25 mm 2 1,0mm 3 1,5 610588-1 If the associated clearance is less than 3 mm, the minimum width X may be reduced to one- third of this clearance The methods of measuring creepage distances and clearances are indicated in the following examples 1 to After 1 h, the ball is removed from the specimen which is then cooled down to approximately room temperature by immersion for 10 s in cold water E.
After these tests, neither the terminals nor the clamping means shall have worked loose, NOTE A bending tes!
NOTE 4 The term “earthing” as used in this standard 610581- to “bonding. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. For switches classified according to 7. Table 24 – Minimum oreepage distances for functional instilation Table 25 -Test levels and conditions.
Tests may be carried out with different test methods than those applied in conjunction with the type tests if the alternate test methods can be shown to be equivalent. If a switch is delivered without an actuating member, then a suitable actuating member should be supplied by the manufacturer for the purpose irc this test; f for accelerated speed: A steel ball of 5 mm diameter is pressed against the surface of the specimen by a force of 20 N.
Other 61508-1 systems may be appropriate for this purpose. Overview and application JEC