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  1. 1. Test Report issued under the responsibility of lEe:::==. eTEST REPORT lEe/EN 60065 Audio, Video and Similar Electronic Apparatus: Safety Requirements Report Reference No.... ........ .... ....... . CEPREI1007CB0506 Hu(IrIiJ} L~)fN I' Tested by (name + signature) .......... : Huang Linyi ......... ..:.:..) ...... ... .J.. .,... .... .. ........... ... Witnessed by (name + signature) .... : N/A Supervised by (name + signature) .. .: N/A ~. :::: : ... .::.......:::....::. Approved by (name + signature) .. .. ..: Yang Lin Date of issue ...... ................. .............: July 22.2010 CB Testing Laboratory................... : China CEPREI Laboratory Address .. ...................... .. .. .. .. ......... .. : No.110 Dongguanzhuang Rd., Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510610, China Testing location/ procedure ...;.. ...... : CBTL ~ RMT D SMT D WMT DTMP D Testing location/ address .. ....... .. .. .. ... : Same as above Applicant's name............................ : PCF Technology Development(Shenzhen) Limited Address . . ....... .. ....... ...... ... ............... : No.24, 2nd Industrial Zone, Ma'an Shan Village, Shajing Town, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, China Test specification: Standard .......................... ....... .. .. ...... : IEC 60065:2001 + A1:2005/ EN 60065:2002 + A1:2006 + A11 :2008 Test procedure ........... .. .. .. .. ...... ...... : CB Non-standard test method ...... ... .....: N/A Test Report Form No................:..... : IECEN 60065G Test Report Form(s) Originator ........ : ASTABEAB Master TRF ....... .. .............. ............... : 2006-03 Copyright © 2006 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved. This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial purposes as long as the IECEE is acknowledged as copyright owner and source of the material. IECEE takes no responsibility for and will not assume liability for damages resulting from the reader's interpretation of the reproduced material due to its placement and context. If this Test Report Form is used by non-IECEE members, the IECEE/IEC logo shall be removed This report is not valid as a CB Test Report unless signed by an approved CB Testing Laboratory and appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by an NCB in accordance with IECEE 02.
  2. 2. Page 2 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 Test item description ..................... : LCD TV Trade Mark.. ...... .............. ..... ............ : Manufacturer .... .......... .. ....... ... ......... : PCF Technology Development(Shenzhen) Limited No.24, 2nd Industrial Zone, Ma'an Shan Village, Shajing Town, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, China ModellType reference .. .. ............ 32C21 ,32C12,32C51 Ratings ......... ................... .. .. ........ . liP: 100-240V-, 50/60Hz, 180W Copy of marking plate TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  3. 3. Page 3 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 Summary of testing: The sample(s) tested complies with the requirements of IEC 60065:2001 + A1:2005/ EN 60065:2002 + A1:2006 + A11 :2008. Compliance with other National Differences recorded at the end of this report. SummaQ!. of compJiance with National Differences (for eXQ/anation of codes see be/owl: Group Differences, AR, AT, AU, BE, BR, CA, CH, CN, CS, CZ, DE, OK, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, HU, IE, IT, jp, KR, NL, NO, PL, PT, RU, SE, SG, SI, SK, TR, UA, US, ZA At the time of issuing this report, only limited countries are listed in CB bulletin 112A for IEC 60065:2001 + Amd 1:2005, therefore for reference the National Differences for IEC 60065:1998 and IEC 60065:1985 + Amd 1:1989 + Amd 2:1989 + Amd 3:1992 are included. - IEC 60065, 7th edition (2001) + Amendment 1 (2005): Group Differences, AU, CA, DE, OK, GB, NO, SE, US; Onl y group differences listed: AT, BE, CH, CZ, FI, FR, GR, HU, IT, NL, PL, SI, SK; No national differences or group differences listed: AR, BR, CN, CS, jp, KR, PT, RU, SG. -IEC 60065, 6th edition (1998): CN, IT, jp, KR, UA; Only group differences listed: ES, IE; No national differences or group differences listed: IN, TR, ZA. - IEC 60065, 5th edition (1985) + Amendment 1 (1989) + Amendment 2 (1989) + Amendment 3 (1992): FI, PL, SG. (AR= Argentina, AT= Austria, AU= Australia/New Zealand, BE= Belgium, BR= Brazil, CA= Canada, CH= Switzerland, CN= China, CS= Serbia and Montenegro, CZ= Czech Republic, DE= Germany, DK= Denmark, ES= Spain, FI= Finland, FR= France, GB= United Kingdom, GR= Greece, HU= Hungary, IE= Ireland, IT= Italy, JP= Japan, KR= Republic of Korea, NL= Netherlands, NO= Norway, PL= Poland, PT= Portugal, RU= Ruddian Federation, SE= Sweden, SG= Singapore, SI= Slovenia, SK= Slovakia, TR= Turkey, UA= Ukraine, US= United States of America, ZA= South Africa) Tests performed (name of test and test clause): Clause(s) Test(s) 5.1 Durability of Marking Test 7.1 Temperature rise measurement under normal operating conditions 9.1.1.1 Touch current measurement 9.1.6 Withdrawal of mains plug 9.1.7 Resistant to external force 10.1 Surge test 10.2 Humidity treatment 10.3 insulation resistance and dielectric strength 11 .1 Touch current measurement under fault condition 11.2 Heating under fault condition 12.1. 1 Bump test 12.1.2 Vibration test 12.1.3 Impact hammer test and Steel ball test 12. 1.5 Stress relief test TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  4. 4. Page 4 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 Clearance and creepage distances measurement13 Protective earth terminal resistance test15.2 Screw fixing test17.1 19.1 Tip stability test following stress relief conditioning Vertical force stability19.2 Horizontal force stability test19.3 TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  5. 5. Page 50f 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 Test item particulars .................................................. : LCD TV Classification of installation and use ....................... ..... : Class I Supply connection ...................................... ..................: detachable power supply cord Possible test case verdicts: - test case does not apply to the test object.................. : N/A - test object does meet the requirement ....................... Pass (P) - test object does not meet the requirement .................: Fail (F) Testing: Date of receipt of test items..................................... ..... : 2010.07.05 Date(s) of performance of tests.. ........ .. .......... .. .............: 2010.07.05 - 2010.07.21 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 pOi.nt is used as the decimal separator. List of test equipment must be kept on file and available for review. General product information: General product information: The application models 32C21 ,32C12, 32C51 are a LCD TV for use as AudioNideo apparatus. The test samples are pre-production without serial number. The application rating is: 100-240V-, 50/60Hz, 180W. The models 32C21 ,32C12, 32C51 are identical except for their model designation and colors of appearance. Unless otherwise specified, all tests were performed on model 32C21 to represent other similar models. Factory: PCF Technology Development(Shenzhen) Limited No.24, 2nd Industrial Zone, Ma'an Shan Village, Shajing Town, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, China EAB TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  6. 6. Page 6 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark l Verdict 3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS P Safety class of the apparatus ............................ .. ... IClass I P 4 GENERAL CONDITIONS OF TESTS P 41.4 Ventilation instructions require the use of the test box Test according the specified condition by manufacturer. P PMARKING5 Comprehensible and easily discernible No misunderstanding P After rubbing test by water PPermanent durability against water and petroleum and petroleum spirit, the label still easily discernible, indelible and legible. spirit Model: 32C21 PIdentification, maker, model .................................... .5.1 N/AClass II symbol if applicable Class I Rated supply voltage and symbol .... . .. ........... .. .. ... , 100-240V­ P Frequency if safety dependant 50/60Hz P Rated current or power consumption ....... , ....... ...... ' 180W P Earth terminal5.2 The symbol of IEC 60417­ P 5019 was provided on the internal metal enclosure. Hazardous live terminals N/ANo provided Supply output terminals (other than mains) N/ANo provided 5.3 Use of triangle with exclamation mark In circuit diagram P 5.4 Instructions for use User's manual is provided P in English. Versions in other languages are to be provided during the corresponding national approval. 5.4.1 Mains powered equipment not exposed to dripping or The statement is provided P splashing. Warning concerning objects filled with in user's manual. liquid, etc. Hazardous live terminals, instructions for wiring N/ANo live terminal Instructions for replacing lithium battery No lithium battery N/A Instructions for modem if fitted N/ANo modem TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  7. 7. Page 7 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause I Requirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict Class I earth connection warning Warning was provided in the user's manual. P Instructions for multimedia system connection Described in the user manual. P Special stability warning for fixed installation No special installation N/A Warning: battery exposure to heat No batteries N/A Warning: protective film on CRT face No CRTs N/A 5.4.2 Disconnect device: plug/coupler or all-pole mains switch location, accessibility and markings The statement is provided in user's manual. P Instructions for permanently connected equipment Not permanently connected equipment. N/A 6 HAZARDOUS RADIATION N/A 6.1 Ionizing radiation < 36 pNkg (0,5 mR/h) No ionizing or laser radiation in the EUT. N/A 6.1 EN 60065 European Council Directive 96/29/Euratom of 13 May 1996 10cm from outer surface of apparatus <1I-lSv/h (0,1 mR/h) N/A 6.2 Laser radiation, emission limits to IEC 60825-1 .....: N/A Emission limits under fault conditions .. ................... : N/A 7 HEATING UNDER NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS P 7.1 Temperature rises not exceeding specified values, no operation of fuse links (see appended table) P 7.1.1 Temperature rise of accessible parts (see appended table) P 7.1.2 Temperature rise of pa~s providing electrical insulation (see appended table) P 7.1 .3 Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or as a mechanical barrier (see appended table) N/A 7.1.4 Temperature rise of windings (see appended table) P 7.1.5 Parts not subject to a limit under 7.1 .1 to 7.1.4 (see appended table) P 7.2 Softening temperature of insulating material supporting parts conductively connected to the mains carrying a current> 0,2 A at least 150°C (see appended table) P 8 CONSTRUCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS WITH REGARD TO THE PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK P 8.1 Conductive parts covered by lacquer, paper, untreated textile oxide films and beads etc. considered to be bare No lacquer, paper etc. P EAB TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  8. 8. Page 8 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict 8.2 No shock hazard when changing voltage setting device, fuse-links or handling drawers etc. No changing voltage setting device etc. N/A 83 Insulation of hazardous live parts not provided by hygroscopic material No hygroscopic materials P 8.4 No risk of electric shock following the removal of a cover which can be removed by hand No risk of electric shock from accessible parts. No cover can be removed by hand. P 8.5 Class I equipment The apparatus is provided with a protective earthing terminal to which all accessible conductive parts are reliably connected. P Basic insulation between hazardous live parts and earthed accessible parts P Resistors bridging basic insulation complying with 14.1 a) N/A 8.6 Class" equipment and Class" constructions within Class I equipment Class" constructions within Class I equipment. P Reinforced or double insulation between hazardous live parts and accessible parts The accessible parts and wiring were separated from the hazardous live parts by reinforced or double insulation. P Components bridging reinforced or double insulation complying with 14.1 a) or 14.3 Transformers complies with 14.3, see 14.3 for details. P Basic and supplementary insulation each being bridged by a capacitor complying with 14.1 a) No such components used. N/A Reinforced or double insulation being bridged with 2 capacitors in series oomplying with 14.2.1 a) No such capacitors used. N/A Reinforced or double insulation being bridged with a single capacitor complying with 14.2.1 b) All sources of Y1 capacitors are approved according to IEC60384-14 P Basic insulation bridged by components complying with 14.3.4.3 N/A 8.7 This clause is void P 8.8 Basic or supplementary insulation> 0,4 mm (mm) : P Reinforced insulation> 0,4 mm (mm) ....................: Optocoupler is provided distance through insulation of O.4mm min. P Thin sheet insulation (excluding non-separable thin sheet insulation. See 8.22) Thin sheet insulation is applied in the transformers. See below. P TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  9. 9. 6 Page 9 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict Basic or supplementary insulation, at least two layers, each meeting 10.3 P Basic or supplementary insulation, three layers any two of which meet 10.3 N/A Reinforced insulation, two layers each of which meet 10.3 N/A Reinforced insulation, three layers any two which meet 10.3 Reinforced insulation between the primary side to secondary side of Transformer consists of three layers of material, each combination of two meets the dielectric strength test in 10.3. P 8.9 Adequate insulation between internal hazardous live conductors and accessible parts Provided double insulation P Adequate insulation between internal hazardous live parts and conductors connected to accessible parts Provided double insulation P 8.10 Double insulation between conductors connected to the mains and acces~ible parts. Double insulation betWeen internal hazardous live parts and conductors connected to accessible parts. Provided double insulation P 8.11 Detaching of wires No wire could be become detached. P No undue reduction of creepages or clearance distances if wires become detached Conductors with mechanical securing, soldering and sleeves. P Vibration test carried out ........... .. . .... ..... ....... ........... See clause 12.1.2. P 8.12 This clause is void N/A 8.13 Adequate fastening of windows, lenses, lamp covers etc. (pull test 20 N for 10 s) No windows, lenses, etc. N/A .14 Adequate fastening of covers (pull test 50 N for 10 s) No such covers N/A I 5 No risk of damage to the insulation of internal wiring due to hot parts or sharp edges No risk of damage P 8.16 Only special supply equipment can be used No special supply equipment. N/A 1 8 17 Insulated winding wire without additional interleaved insulation No insulated winding wire with additional interleaved insulation. N/A 81 8 Endurance test as required by 8.17 N/A 81 9 Disconnection from the mains See below P p BEAB T F No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  10. 10. Page 10 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark l Verdict 8.19.1 Disconnect device Appliance inlet is used as disconnect device. P All-pole switch or circuit breaker with >3mm contact separation P 8.1 9.2 Mains switch ON indication Symbol (IEC 60417-5010) is used. P 8.20 Switch not fitted in the mains cord N/A 8.21 Bridging components comply with clause 14 N/A 8.22 Non-separable thin sheet material N/A 9 ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD UNDER NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS P 9.1 Testing on the outside P 9.1.1 For voltages >1000 V ac or >1500 V dc complies with clause 13.3.1 for basic insulation P 9.1.1.1 a) Open circuit voltages . The open circuit voltage does not exceed 60Vdc or 35Vpeak, or complied with requirement of touch current, see b). P b) Touch current measured from terminal devices using the network in annex D ............................. Protective earth: U1 : 0.363Vpeak max. U2: 0.334Vpeak max. Output terminal: U1: 0.174Vpeak max. U2: 0.027Vpeak max. Input votage:264V, frequency:60Hz p c) Discharge not ~xceeding 45 ~C No part or contact of a terminal carrying exceeds 45 j.l C for stored charges. P d) Energy of discharge not exceeding 350 mJ N/A 9.1.1.2 Test with test finger and test probe No access with test finger to any parts bearing hazardous voltage. Test pin cannot touch hazardous voltage in the whole enclosure. P 9.1.2 No hazardous live shafts of knobs, handles or levers No operating knobs, handles, levers used. N/A 9.1.3 Ventilation holes and other holes tested by means of 4 mm x 100 mm test pin No hazard. P TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  11. 11. Page 11 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause I Requirement - Test I Result - Remark I Verdict p IA p ~/A p 9.1.4 Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 20 mm test pin (10 N); test probe D of IEC 61032 No live parts can be touched through terminals. P Terminal devices tested with 1 mm x 100 mm straight wire (1 N); test probe D of IEC 61032 No hazard. P 9.1.5 Pre-set controls tested with 2.5 mm x 100 mm test pin (10 N); test probe C of IEC 61032 No pre-set controls used. N/A 9.1.6 No shock hazard due to stored charge on withdrawal of the mains plug; voltage (V) after 2 s ................... : 16.7V after 2s. P If C is not greater than 0,1 IJF no test needed N/A 9.1.7 a) Enclosure sufficiently resistant to external force P Test probe 11 of IEC 61032 for 10 s (50 N) No damaged, No hazard P b) Test hook of fig. 4 for 10 s (20 N) No damaged, No hazard P c) 30 mm diameter test tool for 5 s (100 or 250 N) 100N applied, no damaged, No hazards. P 9.2 No hazard after removing a cover by hand No protective cover. N/A 10 INSULATION REQUIREMENTS P 10.1 Insulation resistance (MO) at least 2 MO min. after surge test for basic and 4 MO min. for reinforced insulation .................................................................: - Surge test with 50 discharges at a maximum rate of 12/min from a 1 nF capacitor charged to 10 kV performed. Measured greater than 4 MO between mains supply terminals to antenna terminals. P 10.2 Humidity treatment 48 h or 120 h ............................ At 93% R.H., 120hrs, 40°C P 10.3 Insulation resistance and dielectric strength between mains teminals . (see appended table) P Insulation Resistance and dielectric strength across BASIC or SUPPLEMENTARY insulation (Class 1) (see appended table) P Insulation resistance and dielectric strength across REINFORCED insulation (Class II) N/A 1 FAULT CONDITIONS P 1.1 No shock hazard under fault condition No electric shock during fault operation. P 11 2 Heating under fault condition P No hazard from softening solder No solder point become soft. P Flames extinguish within 10 seconds No flames during fault test P T F No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  12. 12. Page 12 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test tResult - Remark I Verdict Soldered terminations not used as protective mechanism P 11.2.1 Measurement of temperature rises (see appended table) P 11.2.2 Temperature rise of accessible parts (see appended table) P 11.2.3 Temperature rise of parts, other than windings, providing electrical insulation (see appended table) P Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB) exceeding the limits of table 3 by max. 100 K for max. 5min N/A a) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB) to 20.1.3, exceeding the limits of table 3 by not more than 100 K for an area not greater than 2 cm2 N/A b) Temperature rise of printed circuit boards (PCB) to 20.1 .3 up to 300 K for an area not greater than 2 cm2 for a maximum of 5 min N/A Meets all the special conditions if conductors on printed circuit boards are interrupted Traces on the PCB were not interrupted. N/A Class I protective earthing maintained The protective earthing was maintained during all fault conditions tests. P 11.2.4 Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or mechanical barrier (see appended table) P 11.2.5 Temperature rise of windings (see appended table) P 11 .2.6 Temperature rise of parts not subject to the limits of 11 .2.1 to 11.2.5 (see appended table) P 12 MECHANICAL STRENGTH P , 12.1.1 Bump test where mass>7 kg Apparatus with max. mass P 10.91 kg. After the test, the apparatus was no damage in the sense of this standard. 12.1.2 Vibration test No damaged, No hazard P 12.1.3 Impact hammer test No damaged, No hazard P Steel ball test No damaged, No hazard. P 12.1.4 Drop test for portable apparatus where mass < 7 kg Not a portable apparatus. N/A 12.1 .5 Thermoplastic enclosures strain relief test P 12.2 Fixing of knobs, push buttons, keys and levers No such part. N/A 12.3 Remote controls with hazardous live parts No hazardous voltage in the N/A remote control. 12.4 Drawers (pull test 50 N, 10 s) No drawer N/A TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  13. 13. 06 Page 130f112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause , Requirement - Test IResult - Remark , Verdict 'A A p p p p p p p P N/A P N/A N/A N/A 12.5 Antenna coaxial sockets providing isolation No antenna coaxial socket N/A 12.6 Telescoping or rod antennas construction N/A 12.6.1 Telescoping or rod antennas securement N/A 13 CLEARANCE AND CREEPAGE DISTANCES P 13.1 Clearances in accordance with 13.3 See clause 13.3. P Creepage distances in accordance with 13.4 See clause 13.4. P 13.2 Determination of operating voltage The rms and the peak voltage of the appliance is mains voltage 240V max. The unit was connected to a 240V TN power system. See clause 13.3 and 13.4. P 13.3 Clearances See below. P 13.3.1 General See appended table 13. P 13.3.2 Circuits conductively connected to the mains comply with table 8 anc;l, where applicable, table 9 See appended table 13. P 13.3.3 Circuits not conductively connected to the mains comply with table 10 See appended table 13. P 13.3.4 Measurement of transient voltages N/A 134 Creepage distances See appended table 13. P Creepage distances greater than table 11 minima Considered. P 13.5 Printed boards Not applied for. N/A 13.5.1 Clearances and creepage distances between conductors on printed circuit boards, one of which may be conductively connected to the mains, as in fig. 10 Same as above N/A 35.2 Type B coated printed circuit boards complying with IEC 60664-3 (basic insulation only) Same as above N/A 13.6 I I Conductive parts along uncemented joints clearances and creepage distances comply with 13.3 and 13.4 Conductive parts along reliably cemented joints comply with 8.8 No such components. Same as above N/A N/A Temperature cycle test and dielectric strength test N/A 137 I Enclosed, enveloped or hermetically sealed parts: not conductively connected to the mains: clearances and creepage distances as in table 12 Not such a construction. N/A 113.8 Parts filled with insulating compound, meeting the requirements of 8.8 Nosuchcomponen~. N/A TABEAB T ~F No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  14. 14. Page 14 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement ­ Test IResult - Remark I Verdict 14 COMPONENTS 14.1 Resistors a) Resistors between hazardous live parts and accessible metal parts b) Resistors, other than between hazardous live parts and accessible parts Resistors separately approved .................. ........... .. . 14.2 Capacitors and RC units Capacitors separately approved 14.2.1 Y capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14, 2 nd edition .... : 14.2.2 X capacitors tested to IEC 60384-14, 2 nd edition ..... 14.2.3 Capacitors operating at mains frequency but not connected to the mains: tests for X2 ...................... : 14.2.5 Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm3 , where short-circuit current exceeds 0,2 A: compliance with IEC60384-1, 4.38 category B or better ., .................. Capacitors with volume exceeding 1750 mm3 , mounted closer to a potential ignition source than table 5 permits: compliance with IEC 60 384-1,4.38 category B or better .................................................: Shielded by a barrier acc. to 20.1.4/ table 21 or metal , ...., .., .., ....................., ...., ................, ........................... . 14.3 Inductors and windings Comply with IEC 61558-1 , IEC 61558-2 (as relevant) and clause 20.1.4 14.3.1 Transformers and inductors marked with manufacturer's name and type ............................... : Transformers and inductors separately approved .. : 14.3.2 General Insulation material complies with clause 20.1.4 14.3.3 Constructional requirements 14.3.3.1 Clearances and creepage distances comply with clause 13 P N/A No such components. N/A Bleeder resistor (R 1, R2, P R3, R4) N/A P Yes. See appended table P 14 for details. All sources of Y1 capacitors P ( CY1, CY2, CY3, CY4 ) are approved according to IEC60384-14, X2: (CX1 , CX2) is P approved according to IEC60384-14. No such components. N/A Such capacitors with metallic enclosure P Such capacitors with P metallic enclosure N/A See below P N/A Trade mark and type name P listed on it (see appended table 14) Tested in appliance. P p P p - =-' See appended table 13.1 P TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  15. 15. Page 15 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 IP ~/A ~/A P ~/A P P p III P N/A P 1.1 p i:' 1'1 N/A P N/A P P P P [I PII' P STABEAB W IEC/EN 60065 Clause lRequirement - Test IResult - Remark 1 Verdict 14.3.3.2 Transformers meet the constructional requirements Compliance. P 14.3.4.1 Class II transformers have adequate separation Double and reinforced P between hazardous live parts and accessible parts insulation between primary (double or reinforced insulation) and secondary windings. Coil formers and partition walls> 0,4 mm Min. 0.6 mm P 14.3.4.2 Class I transformers, with basic insulation and Class II N/A protective screening only if all 7 conditions of 14.3.4.2 are met 14.3.4.3 Separating transformers with at least basic insulation N/A 14.3.5.1 Class II transformers have adequate inSUlation Double/Reinforced P between hazardous live parts and accessible parts insulation (double or reinforced insulation) Coil formers and partition walls> 0,4 mm Min. 0.6 mm P 14.3.5.2 Class I transformers have adequate insulation Class II N/A between hazardous live parts and accessible conductive parts or those conductive parts or protective screens connected to a protective earth terminal Winding wires cennected to protective earth have N/A adequate current-carrying capacity 14.4 High voltage components No High voltage N/A components High-voltage components and assemblies: U > 4 kV N/A (peak) separately approved I Component meets category V-1 of IEC 60707 N/A •4 4.1 High voltage transformers and multipliers tested as N/A part of the submission 44 2 High voltage assemblies and other parts tested as part N/A of the submission . ';! 5 Protective devices See below. P '. Protective devices used within their ratings See 14.5.2.1. P . External clearances and creepage distances meet P requirement of clause 13 for the voltage across the I device when opened t. - 1 a) thermal cut-outs separately approved No thermal cut-outs N/A b) Thermal cut-outs tested as part of the submission N/A . 2 a) Thermal links separately approved No thermal links used. N/A b) Thermal links tested as part of the submission N/A ... ~ 5 3 Thermal devices re-settable by soldering N/A '0 IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  16. 16. Page 16 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict 14.5.2.1 Fuse-links in the mains circuit according to IEC 60127 Fuse that directly connected to the mains is approved component according to IEC 60127. See appended table 14 for details. P 14.5.2.2 Correct marking of fuse-links adjacent to holder . ... Fuse marking on PCB near F1: T5.0ALl250Vac P 14.5.2.3 Not possible to connect fuses in parallel ................ · No parallel P 14.5.2.4 Not possible to touch hazardous live parts when replacing fuse-links without the use of a tool ........ .. Tools are required P 14.5.3 PTC-S thermistors comply with IEC 60730-1 No PTC-S thermistors N/A PTC-S devices (15 W) category V-1 or better N/A 14.5.4 Circuit protectors have adequate breaking capacity and their position is correctly marked N/A 14.6 Switches Approved mains switch used. See appended table 14 for details. P 14.6.1 a) Separate testing to IEC 61058 including: 10 000 operations Normal pollution suitability Resistance to heat and fire level 3 Certificated mains switch provided comply with requirements and characteristics; See appended table 14 for details. P and Make and break speed independent of speed of actuation V-O compliance with annex G, G.1.1 14.6.1 b) Tested in the apparatus: N/A Switch controlling> 0.2A ~ith open contact voltage> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3, 14.6.4 and V-O in annex G, G.1.1 N/A Switch controlling> 0.2A with open contact voltage < 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.3 and v-o in annexG, G.1 .1 N/A Switch controlling < 0.2A with open contact voltage> 35 V (peak)/24 V dc complying with 14.6.4 and V-O in annexG, G.1.1 N/A 14.6.2 Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) constructed to IEC 61058-1 subclause 131 and has making/breaking action independent of speed of actuation N/A 14.6.3 Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) compliant with IEC 61058-1 subclause 16.2.2 d) and m) not attaining excessive temperatures in use N/A TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  17. 17. Page 17 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 ~B0506 ~rdict p p p P N/A N/A N/A P ill P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 14.6.4 Clause Switch tested to 14.6.1 b) has adequate dielectric Requirement - Test Result - Remark N/A Verdict strength 14.6.5 Mains switch controlling mains socket outlets No socket outlets N/A additional tests to IEC 60058-1 Socket outlet current marking correct N/A 147 Safety interlocks No safety interlocks N/A Safety interlocks to 2.8 of IEC 60950 N/A , 4.8 Voltage setting devices and the like No voltage setting devices N/A Voltage setting device not likely to be changed N/A accidentally 14.9 Motors No motors N/A 14 9 1 Endurance test on motors N/A Motor start test N/A Dielectric strength test N/A I 492 Not adversely affected by oil or grease etc. N/A 14.9.3 Protection against moving parts N/A 114 9.4 Motors with phase-shifting capacitors, three-phase N/A B.10 of IEC 60950, Annex B motors and series motors meet clause. B.8, B.9 and 14 10 Batteries No batteries N/A 4.1 .1 flammable gases Batteries mounted with no risk of accumulation of N/A '4 10.2 No possibility of recharging non-rechargeable batteries N/A '.1 0 3 Recharging currents and times within manufacturers N/A limits . N/ALithium batteries discharge and reverse currents within i the manufacturers limits N/A• .4 Battery mould stress relief ".L! "1 N/ABattery drop test5 f I i ~ ... POptocouplers(IC3,IC4,IC5)Optocouplers separately approved. See appended table 14 for details. Optocouplers comply with CI. 8 POptocouplers(IC3,IC4,IC5) separately approved. Internal and external dimensions to 13.1. or POptocouplers(IC3,IC4,IC5) separately approved.~ alternatively 13.6 Uointed insulation) . , PCertified component used.Surge suppression varistors- - See appended table 14. I:, 'STABEAB IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB L.!J
  18. 18. Page 180f112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict Comply with IEC 61051-2 Certified component used. P Not connected between mains and accessible parts except for earthed parts of permanently connected apparatus P Complies with the current pulse, fire hazard and thermal stress requirements of 14.12 P 15 TERMINALS P 15.1.1 Mains plug, appliance inlet, interconnection couplers and mains socket-outlet meet the appropriate standard Approved appliance inlet used. See appended table 14 for details. P Overloading of plugs or appliance inlets prevented if the apparatus has mains socket outlets No mains socket outlet provided. N/A Overloading of internal wiring prevented if the apparatus has mains socket outlets No mains socket outlet provided. N/A 15.1 .2 Connectors for antenna, earth, audio, video or data: P No risk of insertion in mains socket-outlets . Signal input/output connectors are so designed that insertion into mains socket-outlet or appliance coupler is unlikely to occur. P No risk of insertion into audio or video: outlets marked with the symbol of 5.2 No such symbol of 5.2 N/A 15.1.3 Output terminals of a.c. adaptors or similar devices not compatible with household mains socket-outlets No output terminals of a.c adaptors or similar devices N/A 15.2 Provision for protective earthing P Accessible conductive parts of Class I equipment reliably connected to earth terminal, within equipment Accessible conductive parts are reliably earthed. P Protective earth conductors correctly coloured N Equipment with non-detachable mains cord provided with separate protective earth terminal near mains input P Protective earth terminal resistant to corrosion p Earth resistance test: < 0,1 n at 25 A .,..................: Test from earth pin of AC inlet to metal chassis is 32mO at 25A within 1 minute. P 15.3 Terminals for external flexible cords and for permanent connection to the mains supply N/A 15.3.1 15.3.2 Adequate terminals for connection of permanent wiring Reliable connection of non-detachable cords: N/A N/A TRF originator: ASTABEABTRF No. IECEN60065G
  19. 19. CB0506 Page 190f112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 ClaJse Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict p p p p P N/A N/A P P N/A N/A P P N P P P N/A N/A N/A ASTABEAB I I I 5 3.3 5.3.4 I I 5.35 I 5.3 6 15 37 ~ I . - 3 8 . : 3.9 I 5.! .::; 1 r::; -2 - ~ --... Not soldered to conductors of a printed circuit board Adequate clearances and creepage distances between connections should a wire break away Wire secured by additional means to the conductor Screws and nuts clamping conductors have adequate threads: ISO 261, ISO 262 or similar Soldered conductors wrapped around terminal prior to soldering or held in place by additional means Clamping of conductor and insulation if not soldered or held by screws Terminals allow connection of appropriate cross- sectional area of conductors, for the rated current of the equipment Terminals to 15.3.3 have sizes required by table 16 Terminals clamp conductors between metal and have adequate pressure Terminals designed to avoid conductor slipping out when tightened or loosened Terminals adequately fixed to avoid loosening when the clamping is tightened or loosened and stress on internal wiring is avoided Terminals carrying a current more than 0,2 A: contact pressure not transmitted by insulating material except ceramic Termination of non-detachable cords: wires terminated near to each other Terminals located and shielded: test with 8 mm strand Devices forming a pqrt of the mains plug No undue strain on mains socket-outlets Device complies with standard for dimensions of mains plugs Device has adequate mechanical strength (tests a,b,c) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/ANot direct plug-in equipment. N/A N/A N/A IEXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CORDS N/A IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  20. 20. Page 20 of 112 Report No. CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test I Result - Remark I Verdict 16.1 Mains cords sheathed type, complying with IEC 60227 for PVC or IEC 60245 for synthetic rubber cords ... : A separately approval/certified power cord that incorporates plug which complies with the special national requirements should be provided with this unit when marketing in the specified countries. N/A Non-detachable cords for Class I have green/yellow core for protective earth N/A 16.2 Mains cords conductors have adequate cross- sectional area for rated current consumption of the equipment N/A 16.3 a) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, used for interconnections between separate units of equipment used in combination and carrying hazardous live voltages, have adequate dielectric strength No interconnection cords N/A b) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, withstand bending and mechanical stress (3.2 of IEC 60227-2) N/A 16.4 Flexible cords used foe connection between equipment have adequate cross-sectional areas to avoid temperature rise under normal and fault conditions N/A 16.5 Adequate strain relief on external flexible cords N/A Not possible to push cord back into equipment N/A Strain relief device unlikely to damage flexible cord N/A For mains cords of Class I equipment, hazardous live conductors become taut before earth conductor N/A 16.6 Apertures for external flexible cord: no risk of damage to the cord during assemqly or movement in use N/A 16.7 Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers fitted with detachable cord set with appliance inlet to IEC 60320-1 N/A Transportable musical instruments and amplifiers fitted with detachable cord sets or with means of stowage to protect the cord N/A 17 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND MECHANICAL FIXINGS P 17.1 Torque test to table 20: See below p - screws into metal: 5 times 1.2 Nm P - screws into non-metallic material: 10 times 0.5 Nm p 17.2 Correct introduction into female threads in non-metallic material Correct introduction provided. P TRF originator: ASTABEABTRF No. IECEN60065G
  21. 21. iii II ~7CB0506 Page 21 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Requirement - Test Result - Remark VerdictVerdict I ~ STABILITY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS P , Mass of the equipment exceeding 7 kg .................. : 10.91 kg. PI I Apparatus intended to be fastened in place - suitable N/A instructions ·,3 N/ANo captive screw used.Cover fixing screws: captiveN/A PNon-captive fixing screws: no hazard when replaced Tested with screw whose by a screw whose length is 10 times its diameter length is 10 times its diameter and found no shock hazard. N/ANo loosening of conductive parts carrying a current > 0,2 A ~ - 5 1-- . PContact pressure not transmitted through plastic other Contact pressure is not N/A than ceramic for connections carrying a current transmitted through > 0,2 A insulating material. I. Ir , 6 N/AN/A Stranded conductors of flexible supply cords carrying a No screw terminal l current> 0,2 A with screw terminals not consolidated by solder N/AN/A 7 7 Cover fixing devices other than screws have adequate strength and their positioning is unambiguous 1,1: -7 N/AFixing devices for detachable legs or stands provided - 9 PInternal pluggable connections, affecting safety, 2N force applied onN/A unlikely to become disconnected primary and secondary connectors. No hazard. N/A • N/AMECHANICAL STRENGTH OF PICTURE TUBES AND PROTECTION AGAINST , THE EFFECTS OF IMPLOSIONN/A N/APicture tube separately approved to IEC 61965:N/A I Picture tube separately approved to 18.1 ................ N/AN/A N/APicture tubes> 16 cm intrinsically protected·-N/A IN/A N/A II 11-:2 lili • '7 ... 4 - N/A - ':""2 III1 .:-3 p - ~ p1,1 p Non-intrinsically protected tubes> 16 cm used with protective screen Protective film as p,art of implosion protection: edges covered by enclosure Intrinsically protected tubes: tests on 12 samples Samples subject to ageing: 6 Samples subject to implosion test: 6 Samples subject to mechanical strength test (steel ball): 6 Non-intrinsically protected tubes tested to 18.3 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A p p II,' IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEABSTABEAB L.JJ II
  22. 22. '=11007CB0506 "":":!:i..a se I Requirement - Test 9 1 Test on a plane, inclined at 10° to 100 N force applied vertically dCM 9.3 100 N force, or 13% of weight. a c.:' point of least stability. 19.4 Edges or corners not hazardo 19.5 Glass surfaces (exc.laminated exceeding 0,1 m2 or maxim C:::E:S:::: pass the test of 19.5.1 19.6 Wall or ceiling mountings a_=­ ~ Verdict p p p P N/A N/A ';:~::r:::J:::'=-::S are _ PCB with V-O - ignition source and e closure exceed , es specified in e 21 . er. p20 RESISTANCE TO FIRE p20.1 N/A p p20.1.1 N/A20.1.2 N/A20.1.3 p p20.1.4 N/A TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEA
  23. 23. Page 23 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict ~CB0506 II Verdict p p P I' P N/A ,II, N/A 1' 1' P P N/A P P N/A N/A P P N/A ~ ASTABEAB 2 2 Apparatus with voltages >4kV under normal operating conditions and distances to the enclosure exceed those specified Table 21, flammability classification HB40 or better is required for the enclosure. Fire enclosure Not exceeded 4kV N/A N/A .2.1 Potential ignition sources with open circuit voltage > 4 kV (peak) a.c. or d.c. contained in a fire enclosure to V-1 N/A 22 I 2 .23 Internal fire enclosures with openings not exceeding 1 mm in width and with openings for wires completely filled Requirements of 20.2.1 and 20.2.2 met by an internal fire enclosure N/A N/A I N/AAPPENDIX A, ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR APPARATUS WITH PROTECTION AGAINST SPlASHING WATER - - . N/Aj) Marked with IPX4 (IEC 60529), 5.4.1 a) does not applyI I ~ N/AEnclosure prov.ides protection against splashing water _ .£ ~ - ~" 2 - N/AHumidity treatment carried out for 7 days :i APPENDIX B, APPARATUS TO BE CONNECTED TO THE TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS N/A Complies with IEC 62151 clause 1 N/A Complies with IEC 62151 clause 2 N/A Complies with IEC 62151 clause 3 but with 3.5.4 modified to 2.4.10 of this standard N/A Complies with IEC' 62151 clause 4 but with 4.1.2, 4.1.3 and 4.2.1.2 modified in accordance with annex B of this standard N/A II II ~I II II Complies with IEC 62151 cause 5 but with 5.3.1 modified in accordance with annex B of this standard Complies with IEC 62151 clause 6 Complies with IEC 62151 clause 7 Complies with IEC 62151 annex A, Band C N/A N/A N/A N/A i~ :-:.­- APPENDIX L, ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC FLASH APPARATUS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PURPOSES. IMarking and Instructions I N/A N/A - =60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  24. 24. Page 24 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequtrement - Test JResult - Remark J Verdict L9.1.1 Terminals to connection to synchroniser not N/A HAZARDOUS LIVE L7.1.5& Lithium batteries meet permissible temp rise in Table N/A L11 .2.6 3 , unless comply with 6.3.2 of IEC 60086-4 L14.6.6 Mains switch characteristics appropriate to its N/A function under normal conditions TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  25. 25. jeS0506 ferdict Page 25 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict NfA fA r fA , ' I 1 ., . TABLE: temperature rise measurements P Power consumption in the OFF/Stand-by OW/0.78W P Position of the functional switch (W) .......................: -­ - ~ _'= 'dUI19 conditions --,; ;: aratus was mounted as follows: - ....""'" o ed in accordance with the instructions for use provided by the manufacturer. - ....e apparatus having a supply voltage range of 100-240 V, was tested at 0.9 times the lower limit and . es the upper limit of the supply voltage range. - "'e frequency of the mains supply that the apparatus was connected to during tests was 50/60Hz. ' II Un (V) In (A) Pn (W) I Pout (W)I . r aximum non-clipped output power: AV mode , gO/50Hz 1.189 106.8 1.58 I gO/60Hz 1.189 106.4 1.58 OO/50Hz 1.070 104.8 1.58 I 00/60Hz 1.058 104.7 1.58 240/50Hz 0.463 104.0 1.580 24 160Hz 0.467 103.7 1.58 64/50Hz 0.431 103.7 1.58 I 64/60Hz 0.439 103.6 1.58 on-clipped output power: AV mode 90/50Hz 1.287 115.2 13.0 264/50Hz 0.472 113.6 13.0 II Loudspeaker impedance (0) . ............... , ........ ........ 40 - :1 Several loudspeaker systems - 1 Marking of loudspeaker terminals - ~. :r=~ int: dT (K) dT (K) Limit dT (K) 1 90V50Hz 264V/50Hz -­ ~: - -. '" ertor) 43.2 43.0 75- :::2 - = .ear T1 01) 39.9 39.8 85 .~ - 36.6 36.4 70- :~! - . 34.1 35.6- - -­ .':s 52.1 52.1 -­ ;:s 47.7 47.8 -­ STABEAB 60065G TRF originator ASTABE 8
  26. 26. age 26 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IReq ire en! ­ es 1Result - Remark I Verdict 07. Switch 4.3 3.0 50 08. AC inlet near L 4.1 3.4 60 09. Primary lead wire 10.6 9.4 60 10. CON1 15.4 12.0 50 11 . LF2 Bobbin 22.6 15.4 75 12. BD1 42.3 28.7 -­ 13.01 33.6 25.1 -­ 14. HS1(Near 01) 36.4 25.7 -­ 1-5. L1 Bobbion 41.4 34.1 75 16. C7 19.4 17.3 70 17. IC3 29.4 29.0 -­ 18. T1 Core 40.8 40.3 75 19. T1 Coil 49.6 47.4 65 20. PCB(Near T1) 10.0 18.1 85 21 . T2 Core 26.8 27.0 75 " 22. T2 Coil 35.4 36.4 65 23. U8 31.9 31 .3 -­ 24. U1 31 .6 29.6 -­ 25. U4 21 .1 20.5 -­ 26. Mains Cord 2.5 2.0 60 27. Encolsure 17.8 15.6 60 28. Ambient 24.3 24.4 -­ Winding temperature rise measurements Ambient temperature t1 tC) ............................... .... - Ambient temperature t2 tc) ., ..... ............... ............ - Temperature rise dT of winding: R1 (0) R2 (0) dT (K) Limit dT (K) Insulation class 7.2 ITABLE: softening temperature of thermoplastics I p Temperature T of part T - normal condi­ tions (0c) T - fault condi­ tions (0c) T softening (C) CON1 40.7 56.4 > 150 I II TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  27. 27. 0 2 Page 27 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506CB0506 " p ~ftening 0c) ~ 150 II' ~erdict p p 6 uI jl IT 5 ro ! - ~ "'0 ~ 1- Ilr - ~ ~.o - ,I: - - class IEC/EN 60065 IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict -4 " I TABLE insulation resistance measurements p - Ip R (MO) - Required R (MO) es with primary Fuse disconnected (Basic insulation) -- - esistance R between: > 250 2 - es and terminals (Reinforced insulation) es and metal enclosure (Basic insulation) 53.1 449.6 ' ...:-=:. er T1 primary and secondary (Reinforced insulation) 4> 250- -=:-.s~er T1 primary and core (Basic insulation) 2>250 -"a -,="'UII lIer T1 secondary and core (Basic insulation) 2> 250 ""a.- -~ 4er T2 primary and secondary (Reinforced insulation) > 250I I -~: er T2 primary and core (Basic insulation) 2> 250 . 2~ ---; er T2 secondary and core (Basic insulation) >250 Jo 4[- 'f er i sulation tape wrapped on transformer T1, T2 > 250 p - ITABLE: electric$trength measurements I ~ Test voltage (V) Breakdown IIIL:.. es with primary Fuse disconnected (Basic insulation) - ~e applied oetween: ~ No - e.s and metal enclosure (Basic insulation) 1500Vac 1500Vac No No It;.~~-> 'Ier T1 primary and secondary (Reinforced insulation) as and terminals (Reinforced insulation) 3000Vac, ~---.s r 3000Vac No ,II!_~~LJ .cr T1 primary and core (Basic insulation) 1500Vac No :'L~~-;;" l, er T1 secondary and core (Basic insulation) 1500Vac No ,It=-.,.= c.:: er T2 primary and secondary (Reinforced insulation) 3000Vac No i- . 1500VacII.-';~<J 'o::t T2 primary and core (Basic insulation) No f··.... ~;.o _ T2 secondary and core (Basic insulation) 1500Vac No sulation -" ulation tape wrapped on transformer T1 , T2 No3000Vac " '. ABLE: summary of fault condition tests P Voltage (V) 0,9 or 1,1 times rated voltage ..... ,." See below, - Am bient temperature (DC) ........ .. .... ......... ......... ....... See below. - - dT (K) - Limit dT- -­ -­ ~r=- - : 'J ditions specified below (K) • 0 en-circuit, 264Vac, 5min, 1= O.OSSA, - - ~- 'I immediately, No hazards. 1:1 STABEAB 60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB L....Ju
  28. 28. Page 28 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark l Verdict T101 output, short-circuit, 264Vac, 5min, 1= 0.09A, - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. C201, short-circuit, 264Vac, 1s, 1= 0.09A, - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. OS5, short-circuit, 264Vac, 10min, 1= 0.088A-0.139A - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. CS5, short-circuit, 264Vac, Bmin, 1= 0.OBBA-0.112A - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. OS4 short-circuit, 264Vac, 15min, 1=0.088A - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. OS2 short-circuit, 264Vac, 10min, 1=0.090A - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. CS7 short-circuit, 264Vac, 10min, 1=0.OB8A - - Unit shutdown immediately, No hazards. IC5 pin1 to 2, short-circuit, 264Vac, 7!'lins, 1= 0.OB8A - - Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. IC5 pin3 to 4, short-circuit, 264Vac, 15mins, 1= 0.08BA - - Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. IC4 pin1 to 2, short-circuit, 264Vac, 15mins, 1= 0.088A - - Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. IC4 pin3 to 4, short-circuit, 264Vac, 7mins, 1= 0.OB8A - - Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. IC3 pin1 to 2, short-circuit, 264Vac, 10mins, 1= O.OBBA - - , Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. IC3 pin3 to 4, short-circuit, 264Vac, 10mins, 1= O.OBBA - - Unit shutdown immediately, no damaged, no hazards. C20 short-circuit, 264Vac, 1s, I=OA - - Fuse opened immediately, No hazards. B01 "+" to "-", short-circuit, 264Vac, 1s, 1= 10.5A-OA - - Fuse opened immediately, No hazards. B01 "+" to "-", short-circuit, 90Vac, 1s, 1= 10.5A-OA - - Fuse opened immediately, No hazards. C7 short-circuit, 264Vac, 1s, 1= 10.5A-OA - - Fuse opened immediately, No hazards. TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  29. 29. Page 29 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict B0506 Verdict ~- -:-c' cuit, 90Vac, 1s, 1= 10.5A-OA ed immediately, No hazards. rt-circuit, 90Vac, 1s, 1= 10.5A-OA ed immediately, No hazards. ax non-clipped output power, 264V, 1hrs, 1= 0.472A al operation, no extremely high temperature, no hazards. ax. non-clipped output power, 90V, 1hrs, 1= 0.1.287A al operation, no extremely high temperature, no hazards. ocked, 264V, 4hrs, 1= 0.431A 31operation, no damage, no hazards. ked, 90V, 4.0hrs, 1= 1.189A peration, no damage, no hazards. -:-circuit, 264Vac, 30min, 1=0.439A ration, no extremely high temperature, no hazards. ding temperature rise measurements bient temperature t1 (0C) ............................... .. .. : - blent temperature t2 (0C) .. ................................. : - -ao'e working voltage measurement T1 coil, dT =53.0K T1 core, dT =60.8K T2 coil, dT =42.3K T2 coil, dT =50.5K Ambient = 24.4 "C. T1 coil, dT =53.9K T1 core, dT =62.4K T2 coil, dT =42.8K T2 coil, dT =51.1 K Ambient = 24.5 "C. T1, T2 coil limit dT= 135K, T1, T2 core limited= 140K. T1 , T2 coil limit dT= 135K, T1, T2 core limited= 140K. p 5G TRF originator: ASTABEABSTABEAB
  30. 30. Page 30 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark l Verdict RMS voltage (V) Peak voltage (V) Comments T1 pin1-pin7 Location 229 330 T1 pin1-pin8 194 308 T1 pin1-pin9 316 T1 pin1-pin10 204 224 344 T1 pin1-pin11 176 292 T1 pin1-pin12 208 316 T1 pin4-pin7 324 T1 pin4-pin8 236 258 348 T1 pin4-pin9 248 336 T1 pin4-pin10 225 328 T1 pin4-pin11 270 360 Cr=5.6mm 247T1 pin4-pin12 336 T2 pin1-pin8 129 320 T2 pin1-pin9 127 244 T2 pin1-pin10 129 320 T2 pin1-pin12 244 CI=4.4mm560 129 228 T2 pin4-pin8 T2 pin1-pin14 163 340 T2 pin4-pin9 264 T2 pin4-pin10 129 288 T2 pin4- pin12 129 480 Cr=5.6mm268 . 240 Note(s): Input: 240Vac/60Hz 128T2 pin4- pin14 P1TABLE: Clearances and creepage distances requiredrequiredU r.m.s.clearance cl and creepage . dcr (mm)cl (mm)Up (V) I (V) dcr (mm)ci (mm)distance dcr at/of: 2.5~250 2.5~ 420 2.0 2.5Under Fuse (F1) 3.52.53.5~420 ~250 2.0L to N before Fuse (F1) Basic/Supplementary insulation required: (with 2N) Primary Connector (CON 1) 420 250 2.0 8.2 2.5 8.2 UN pin to metal enclosure TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB 13
  31. 31. Page 31 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Result - Remark Verdict jlJ7CB0506 Verdict ~i . [I II I ,I' :: ,I: 1:1 III II Ii. ,I, II II: II, I,I! III U p jcr (mm) 2.5 3.5 I!i III 8.2 11: 1 STABEAB '-­ l.!! - ~ 420 250 2.0 7.3 2.5 7.3 - I~~ - 420 250 2.0 7.0 2.5 7.0 - -, re to T1 Core 420 270 2.0 5.0 2.8 5.0 - 'iary wire to T1 Core 420 270 2.0 5.0 2.8 5.0 -­ 'cC.: y wire to T2 Core 560 268 2.2 3.1 2.8 3.1 _ _ :>~.....aJ y wire to T2 Core 560 268 2.2 3.1 2.8 3.1 Reinforce insulation required: (with 2N) II :;;;r Y CY4 420 250 4.0 7.0 5.0 7.0 IJ - =' ......3 420 250 4.0 7.0 5.0 7.0 - IIC5 420 250 4.0 7.7 5.0 7.7 II -- ­ 420 270 4.0 > 10.0 5.6 >10.0 -p - 560 268 4.4 > 10.0 5.6 >10.0II -: ::-'"' .0 RS29 560 268 4.4 7.0 5.6 7.0 - - _ry wire to secondary 420 270 4.0 5.0 5.6 5.0 - 'Y wire to secondarY 560 268 4.4 6.2 5.6 6.2 = 'I! - ponent(s) glued in position: TH1, R33,C8,C20,R42,D14,C22. ~ I internal wires were fix by mechanical method. pI TABLE: list of critical components and materials I -- - ent Manufacturer/ Type/model Value I rating Standard Approval!- Referencetrademark - SHENZHEN G­ CINDA POWER i SP-87 SII NO.2708616A 250V ~ SOLUTION CO.,LTD. SHENZHEN G­ CINDA POWER H03W-F VDE VDE 1299883 x 075mm2L-~ SOLUTION CO.,LTD. SHENZHEN G­ CINDA POWER ( VDE 40026108LS-60 10A 250V~ VDE , UL SOLUTION CO.,LTD. Samsung Electro- Tested with- Mechanics SSI3204UG01 I IEC 60065:2005 appliance- CO ,LTD 2CEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  32. 32. Page 32 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement ­ Test IResult ­ Remark I Verdict Component Manufacturer/ trademark Type/model Value / rating Standard Approval/ Reference inverter transformer CT101, T201) NAMYANG ELECTRONICS CO LTD LT-32VE Class A, Core:Ferrite, overall 54 by 27 by 8mm IEC 600652005 Tested with appliance Taipei MultiPower Electronics CO .,Ltd LT-32VE Class A, Core: Ferrite, overall 54 by 27 by8mm IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance UNION COMPANY LIMITED LT-32VE Class A, Core:Ferrite, overall 54 by 27 by 8mm IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance Panel SamSung Electronics CO .,LTD. LTA320AP17 1014 P8AK 31.5,1366*768 IEC 60065:2001 CB NO:DE 3­ 82560 Appliance Wiring Material AC input PACIFIC ELECTRIC WIRE & CABLE CO LTD 1015 105 deg C 600V UL 758 AVLV2.E41396 Switches LECI ELECTRONICS CO .,LTD. RS601D 6A 250VAC; 6N125A 250VAC 1E4 COC COC0500201293, Attachment Plugs YUEOING LECI ELECTRONICS CO LTD DB-14 10A 250V~ UL 498 AXUT2.E302229 VDE : 40017745 PCB SHUNDEJUNDA ELECTRONIC CO LTD JD-D 94V-0 UL 796 ZPMV2.E173873 Build-in mains supply DONG GUAN LEKE ELECTRONIC CO., LTD , LK4180-001 B AC input: 3A 100­ 240V- 47-63Hz DC output: 5.5A +24Vdc,3A +12Vdc, 1A +5V(SB)dc, 4A +5Vdc. IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance Components on power supply board: Y-Capacitor (CY1 ,CY2,CY3, CY4) YINAN DON'S ELECTRONIC COMPONENT CO.,LTD CT81 CY1, CY2. CY3: 470pF/250V CY4: 1OOOpF1250V IEC 60384-14 UL(E145038) VDE(135256) CQC0200100228 7 -All. Haohua ELECTRONIC CO. ,LTD cn IEC 60384-14 UL:E233106 VDE:40013601 CQC0300100876 9 TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  33. 33. -- -- -- - Page 33 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC!EN 60065 Requirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict 7CB0506 Verdict II VDE:40008912 Electronic Hsuan Tai IEC 60384-14CY UL: E199069 CO .,LTD CQC0300000579 8 "'::c HQX UL(E183780)ULTRA TECH IEC 60384-14 XIPHII ~ - VDE(40015608) ENTERPRISE. ­, CO .LTD CQC0300100306 7 W UL(E120045)Carli Electronics MPX IEC 60384-14CX1 :"!I Co.LTD I' 0.68uF/275V VDE:40008520 - CX2:I' CQC0300100799 0.33uF/275V 6Ii ;1 Hsuan Tai MCY IEC 60384-14 VDE:125205 Electronic UL: E199069II. CO .,LTD CQC0300100579 9II - Walter Electronic IEC 60127-1 , UL(E220181) Co.,Ltd IEC 60127-2 VDE(40018787)'~ 2000 T5A250V CCC:2003010207 I 068053I ! ZheJiang ,liNDA IEC 61984 Electronics T3.96 7A,250V UL(E237523)- Co.LTD LITE-ON LTV-817 IEC 60747-5-2Cr.=min. 5.2mm; UL(E113898) echnology Corp IEC 60950-1Dti. =0.8mm VDE(40015248) - . CQC0800102678 i~ = 8 CQC0800102679 1 UL(E64380) Electronic PC817 Cr.=min. 5.3mm; IEC 60747-5-2Sharp Corp Dti. = 0.5mm IEC 60950-1 VDE:40008087 Components CQC0500101356 8 Cosmo UL: E169586K1010 Cr.=min. 5.3mm; IEC 60747-5-2 Electronics Corp. IEC 60950-1Dti.>O.4mm VDE:101347 I CQC04001 01 053 0 ~~ ApprovallManufacturer! Type!model Value! rating Standard Referencetrademark TRF originator: ASTABEABSTABEAB
  34. 34. Page 34 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict Component I,· Manufacturer/ I trademark II Type/model I Value / rating I Standard Approval/ Reference PCB Shunde Junda Electronic Co. ,Ltd. UL:JD-D COC:ZD-95(G)F 1.6mm v-o UL UL:E173873 COC0400101119 6 -All. HuiZhou Gospeed Technologies CO.,Ltd UL:JF-D COC :ZD-95(G)F V-O, 130'C UL UL: E309386 COC0900103671 2 -All. GO SPEED PCB CO UL GS-02 V-O, 130'C UL UL: E190219 Varistor ( VR1) Thinking Electronic industrial CO. ,LTD TVR10511 510V IEC/EN 61051-2 UL :E173642 VDE: 005944 COC0300100765 4 Thermal Resistance (TH1) Thinking Electronic industrial CO., LTO SCK-037 3 Q,7A UL UL:E138827 TUV:R 50050155 COC0500101199 3 Mylar film JIANGSU YUXING FILM TECHNOLOGY CO LTD 6023 VTM-2,105 'C ,Thickness min.OAmm UL UL:E212271 -All. MIANYANG LONGHUA FILM CO LTD PC-860-60B VTM-2,105 'C ,Thickness min.OAmm UL UL:E254551 Heat-shrink tube RUIXIN ELECTRONICS INSULATION FACTORY Rx-l VW-1 , 600V, 125 'C Inductor (LF2,LF3) SHENZHEN JlNG YE MAGNETISM ELECTRONIC CO.,LTD LKL-I OI 9mH min / / -All. SHENZHEN YIXfNWENDA ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD LKL-IOI 9mH min / / WIRE SHENZHEN CHENGWEI INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD OR OTHER SOURCE. 2UEW 130'C UL UL:E227475 TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  35. 35. 07CB0506 Page 35 of 112 Report No,: CEPREI1 007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 _ irement - Test Result - Remark Verdict ~proval/ (ference 73873 :400101119 ~09386 ~00103671 [190219 :173642 005944 P300100765 ~1 38827 R 50050155 0500101199 E212271 254551 ~22747S II f ASTABEAB II TRF originator: ASTABEAB _.....-,._T_- =_. I Ti - I l - Manufacturer/ trademark A0. l lA PECI/L WIRE fFR (XINYU) CO..LTD IH. XG CHEUNG PETROCHEMICA L LTD ujiang Taihu In>u!aling Material CO.,Ltd HENZHEN YIXINWENDA E ECTRONICS CO., LTD S E ZHEN JING YE MAGNETISM ELECTRONIC CO ,LTD HENGZHEN ENGTENGDA ELECTRONICS CO LTD C:-tANG CHUN vTICS CO _TO ~ H EN ZHEN CITY CHENGWEI I USTRY CO , T • AN JIA SPECIAL WIRE =R (XINYU) • C .L D v GYUAN =LECTRONICS S ENZHEN)CO - ~ GJIANG J-lUA :; ESSURE :: SITIVE GLUE TD YU - E GDAFENG F .£ TRIC I '"TERIAL_ _TO Type/model Value / rating Standard Approval/ Reference UEWf3 130'C UL UL: E317291 8S62/C lSS 'C UL UL: E2001S4 130'C UL T4260a UL:E228349 LKT-114B Class B,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance LKT-114B Class S,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance LKT-114B Class S,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance T375J 150'C UL UL: E59481 UL 2UEW 130'C UL:E227475 UL UEWB 130'C UL: E317291 UL TLW-S 130'C UL:E249037 UL PZ-48 130'C UL:E165111 UL SDF-317 130'C UL: E317896
  36. 36. Page 36 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 IEC/EN 60065 Clause I Requirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict Component Manufacturer/ trademark Type/model Value / rating Standard Approvall Reference VARNISH HANG CHEUNG PETROCHEMICA L LTD 8562/C 155°C UL UL: E200154 WU JIANG TAIHU INSULATING MATERIAL CO LTD T4260(a) 155°C UL UL: E228349 TUBE CHANGYUAN ELECTRONICS (SHENZHEN) CO , LTD CB-TI-S 130'C UL UL:E180908 EPOXY LlGU ELECTRONIC MATERIAL DONGGUAN CO .,LTD LG9001 AlB(a) 130°C UL UL E305307 Transformer (T2) SHENZHEN YIXINWENDA ELECTRONICS CO ,LTD LKT-115 Class B,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance -Alt SHENZHEN JING YE MAGNETISM ELECTRONIC CO.,LTD LKT- 115 Class B,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance -Alt SHENGZHEN PENGTENGDA ELECTRONICS CO .LTD LKT- 115 Class B,130'C IEC 60065:2005 Tested with appliance Bobbin CHANG CHUN PLASTICS CO LTD T375J 150'C UL UL: E59481 WIRE SHEN ZHEN CITY CHENGWEI INDUSTRY CO LTD 2UEW 130'C UL UL:E227475 WAN JIA SPECIAL WIRE MFR (XINYU) CO ., LTD UEWB 130'C UL UL: E317291 CHANGYUAN ELECTRONICS (SHENZHEN) CO LTD TLW-B 130'C UL UL:E249037 TAPE JINGJIANG YAHUA PRESSURE SENSITIVE GLUE CO LTD PZ-48 130'C UL UL:E165111 TRF No. IECEN60065G TRF originator: ASTABEAB
  37. 37. Page 37 of 112 Report No. CE IEC/EN 60065 equirement - Test IResult - Remark ~:0 7CB0506 Verdict pproval/ ~ference P00154 I!! P28349 80908 ,I I f:,05307 [!!sted with !Eopliance 1~led with ~p liance r,;sted with ~ pliance Fs9481 III D 2747S 1~3 17291 I: II ~49037 1,'1 f :1 ~ 1 65111 1,1 -.-.J~.~._ -=..,: Manufacturer/ trademark Type/model Value / rating Standard > ~ - - ­ -1::-::, ..-.;-=. I I ,i XINYU SHENGDAFENG ELECTRIC MATERIAL CO .,LTD HANG CHEUNG PETROCHEMICA L LTD SDF-317 8562/C 130·C 155'C UL UL UL. E3' -­- UL: E2 _ - - WU JIANG TAIHU INSULATING MATERIAL CO LTD T4260(a) 15S·C UL UL E2 - I I CHANGYUAN ELECTRONICS (SH ENZHEN) CO , LTD CB-TI-S 130·C UL ULE1 80903 I ~ lIGU ELECTRONIC MATERIAL DONGGUAN CO .,LTD . LG9001A1B(a) 130·C UL UL:E305307 . ~~, J .. ca es a mark which assures the agreed level of surveillance [I 1;1 .. ASTABEAB TRF originator: ASTABEAB H
  38. 38. Page 38 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 --, lIational Differences -Clause Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict ~----; APPENDIX GROUP DIFFERENCES according to CB Bulletin l'Jo.112A, December 2006 P (IEC Publication 60065 7th edition + Amendment 1) CONTENT Add the following annexes: Added. P S Annex ZA (normative) Other international publications quoted in this standard with the references of the relevant European publications Annex ZB (normative) Special national conditions Annex ZC (normative) A-deviations 3.1 Add the following indent at the end of the list: Not portable audio N/A - exposure to excessive sound pressures from equipment. ~ headphones or earphones. NOTE A new method of measurement is described in EN 50332-1, Sound system equipment: Headphones and earphones associated with portable audio equipment - Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology and limit considerations - Part 1: General method for "one package equipment", and in EN 50332-2, Sound system equipment: H'eadphones and earphones associated with portable audio equipment- Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology and limit considerations - Part 2: Guidelines to associate sets with headphones coming from different manufacturers. 4.1.1 Replace the text of the note by: Replaced . N/A NOTE For ROUTINE TEST reference is made to EN 50333. 5.1.i) Add the following note: Added. P NOTE For RATED POWER CONSUMPTION measurements of TVs reference is made to EN 60107. 6.1 Replace the entire subclause by: Replaced. P Apparatus including a potential source of ionizing radiation shall be so constructed that personal protection against ionizing radiation is provided under normal operating conditions and under fault conditions. ..<..c Compliance is checked by measurement under the following conditions: In addition to the normal operating conditions, all controls adjustable from the outside BY HAND, by -- , - any object such as a tool or a coin, and those internal adjustments or pre-sets which are not locked in a reliable manner, are adjusted so as to give maximum GROUP DIFFERENCES
  39. 39. 7CB0506 Verdict p p N/A N/A p p Page 390f 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences equirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict radiation whilst maintaining an intelligible picture for 1 32-1: 2000, Sound system equipment: ones and ear hones associated with at the end of which the measurement is made. o E Soldered joints and paint lockings are sxamples of adequate locking. e amount of ionizing radiation is regulated by E ropean Council Directive 96/29/Euratom of 13 May .,. 96 This directive requires that at any point 10 cm ~!) the outer surface of the apparatu, the dose-rate _nail ot exceed 1IJSv/h (0,1 Mr/h) taking account of '= background level. eover, the measurement shall be made under e t conditions causing an increase of the high­ :age, provided an intelligible picture is maintained ~ - , at the end of which the measurement is ~ e. . re is considered to be intelligible if the ving conditions are met: - a scanning amplitude of at least 70% of the usable =:7ee width; inimum luminance of 50 cd/m2 with locked aster provided by a test generator; - <: orizontal resolution corresponding to at least 1,5 -z in the centre, with a similar vertical degradation; e than over flashover per 5 min. ce note 1 by: - -~ ENELEC countries listed in IEC 62151 , _I national conditions apply. TINE TEST reference is made to EN 50333. e following standards: _'""' __ Deleted. p Deleted. p Deleted. p Deleted. p Deleted. p Deleted. p Deleted. p Replaced. N/A Deleted. N/A Deleted. N/A Added. N/A Added. N/A ES
  40. 40. Page 40 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 National Differences Clause JRequirement - Test I Result - Remark I Verdict . portable audio equipment - Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology and limit considerations - Part 1: General method for "one package equipment". PrEN 50332-2 (under consideration), Sound system equipment: Headphones and earphones associated with portable audio equipment - Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology and limit considerations - Part 2: Guidelines to associate sets with headphones coming from different manufacturers. Add the following notes for the standards indicated: IEC 60130 NOTE IEC60169 NOTE IEC 60173 NOTE IEC 60335­ NOTE 2-56 IEC 60335­ NOTE 2-82 IEC 60695 NOTE IEC 61040 NOTE IEC 61558­ NOTE 2-1 IEC 61558­ NOTE 2-4 IEC61558­ NOTE 2-6 Parts 9 and 17: 1998 are harmonized as Ens (not modified). Partly harmonized in the EN 60169/HD 134 series (not modified). Harmonized as HD 27 S1: 1978 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 60335-2-56: 1997 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 60335-2-82: 2000 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 60695 series (not modified). Harmonized as EN 61040: 1992 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 61558-2-1: 1997 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 61558-2-4: 1997 (not modified). Harmonized as EN 61558-2-6: 1997 (not modified). Annex ZA Annex ZA (normative) Other international publications quoted in this standard with the references of the relevant European publications This European Standard incorporates by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this European Standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies (including amendments). NOTE When an international standard has been modified by common modification, indicated by (mod), the relevant EN/HD applies. p Publication Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus - EN 50333 Routine electrical safety testing in production Date 2001 p GROUP DIFFERENCES
  41. 41. 07CB0506 Page 41 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences Verdict Irement - Test Result - Remark Verdict p 27 series Letter symbols to be used in electrical HD 245 series technology 38 (mod ) 1983 IEC standard voltages 1 ) HD 472 Sl 1989 - 68 -2-3 1969 Environmental testing HD 323.3.3 S21987- 2) Part 2: Tests - Test Ca : Damp heat, steady state 8-2-6 1995 Part 2: Tests - Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal) EN 60068-2-6 1995 - --- March 1995 1975 Part 2: Tests - Test Ed : Free fall EN 60068-2-321993 3 ) 1997 Part 2: Tests - Test Eh: Hammer tests EN 60068-2-751997 =- 85 1984 Thermal evaluation and classification of HD566S1 1990 electrical insulation ~ ~ - 07 series Methods of measurement or receivers for EN 60107 series televis ion broadcast transmissions = ~ ~ . 2 1979 Method for determining the comparative and HD 214 S2 1980 the proof tracking ind ices of solid insulating materials under moist conditions 27 series Miniature fuses EN 60127 series -= E_ 67 1964 Methods of test for the determination of the HD 568 Sl 1990 insulation resistance of solid insulating materia ls series Guide for the determination of thermal HD 6111 EN series endurance properties of electrical insulating 60216 materials ~ .: S.:227 4 ) series Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated HD 21 series voltages up to and including 4501750 V 245 5) series Rubber insulated cables - Rated voltages up to HD 22 series and including 4501750 V ~ 249-2 series Base materials for printed circuits EN 60249-2 series Part 2: Specifications -= ~268 -1 19&5 Sound system equipment HD 483.1 S2 6) 1989 Part 1: General series Specifications for particular types of winding EN 60317 series wires series Appliance couplers for household and similar EN 60320 series general purposes 2001 Safety of household and similar electrical EN 60335-1 7) appliances Part 1: General requirements 1982 Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipmentEN 130000 8 ) 1993 Part 1. Generic specification p 1993 1995 Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipmentEN 132400 9 ) Part 14: Sectional specification : Fixed capacitors for electromagnetic interference suppression and connection to the supply ma ins 1994 7 series Graphical symbols for use on equipment EN 60417 series
  42. 42. Page 42 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 National Differences Clause IRequirement - Test I Result - Remark I Verdict IEC 60454 series Specifications for pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes for electrical purposes EN 60454 series IEC 60529 1989 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) EN 60529 + corr. May 1991 1993 IEC 60664-1 (mod) 1992 Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems Part 1: Principles, requirements and tests HD 625.1 S1 + corr. November 1996 1996 IEC 60664-3 1992 Part 3: Use of coatings to achieve insulation coordination of printed board assemblies HD625.3S1 1997 IEC 60691 1993 Thermal links - Requirements and application guide EN 60691 10) 1995 IEC 60695-2-2 1991 Fire hazard testing EN 60695-2-2 1994 Part 2-2: Test methods - Needle-flame test IEC 60695-11-10 1999 Part 11-10: Test flames - 50 W horizontal and vertical flame test methods EN 60695-11­ 10 1999 IEC 60707 1999 Flammability of solid non-metallic materials when exposed to flame sources - List of test methods EN 60707 1999 IEC 60730 (mod) series Automatic electrical controls for household and EN 60730 similar use series IEC 60825-1 corr. December A1 A2 1993 . Safety of laser products 1994 . 1997 Part 1: Equipment classification, requirements 2001 and user's guide EN60825-1 + corr. February + A11 + corr. July A2 1994 1995 1996 1997 2001 IEC 60851-3 1996 Winding wires - Test methods EN 60851-3 1996 Part 3: Mechanical properties IEC 60851-5 1996 Part 5: Electrical properties EN 60851-5 1996 IEC 60851-6 1996 Part 6: Thermal properties EN 60851-6 1996 IEC 60884 series Plugs and socket-outlets forhousehold and similar purposes - - IEC 60885-1 1987 EI~ctrical test methods for electric cables - - Part 1: Electrical tests for cables, cords and wires for voltages up to and including 450/750 V IEC 60906 series IEC system of plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes - - IEC 60950 (mod) + corr. January 1999 2000 Safety of information technology equipment EN 60950 11) + corr. February 2000 2002 IEC 60990 1999 Methods of measurement of touch-current and protective conductor current EN 60990 1999 IEC 60998-2-2 1991 Connecting devicec for low-voltage circuits for household and similar purposes EN 60998-2-2 1993 Part 2-2 : Particular requirements for connecting devices as separate entities with screwless­ type clamping units IEC 60999-1 1999 Connecting devices - Safety requirements for EN 60999-1 2000 GROUP DIFFERENCES
  43. 43. Page 430f 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007C80506 National Differences irement - Test Result - Remark Verd ict 80506 Verdict _ 5 32 3 51-2 = ~ 58-1_ =_-m 61 149 =~ t · 558-2-17 -::;- ;. · 5 1 1997 1991 1996 1995 1995 1994 1997 1998 - 1997 2000 2000 1997 1973 1994 1989 1988 - e , dation 1996 ation screw-type and screwless-type clamping units Part 1: General requirements and particular requirements for clamping units for conductors from 0,2 mm2 up to 35 mm2 (included) Protection of persons and equipment by EN 61032 1998 enclosures Probes for verification Varistors for use in electronic equipment Part 2: Sectional specification for surge suppression varistors Switches for appliances 12) Part 1: General requirements Guide for safe handling and operation of mobile- radio equipment Electroacoustics - Octave-band and fractional­ octave-band filters Marking of electrical equipment with ratings related to electrical supply - Safety requirements Safety of power transformers, power supply units and similar Part 1: General requirements and tests Part 2-17: Particular requirements for transformers for switch mode power supplies Mechanical safety of cathode ray tubes Safety of equipment electrically connected to a telecommunication network The preparation of safety publications and the use of basic safety publications and group safety publications ISO general purpose metric screw threads - Selected sizes for screws , bolts and nuts Plastics - Thermoplastic materials­ Determination of Vicat softening temperature (VST) Graphical symbols for use on equipment ­ Index and synopsis EN 61260 1995 EN 61293 1994 EN 61558-1 1997 A1 1998 EN 61558-2-171997 EN 61965 2001 - Tests on power-fed repeaters using solid-state­ devices in order to check the arrangements for protection from external interference Resistibility of subscriber's terminal to overvoltages and overcurrents Nominal voltages for low voltage public electricity supply systems. - • _ 2 3 S2 includes A1 :1984 to lEe 60068-2-3. 2 series is related to but not directly equivalent to the lEe 60227 series. - 22 series is related to but not directly equivalent to the lEe 60245 series.
  44. 44. Page 44 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences Clause I Requirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict 6) HD 483-1 52 includes A 1:1988 to lEG 60268-1 . 7) to be published 8) EN 130000:1993 (which was related to but not directly equivalent to lEG 60384-1 :1982) is superseded by EN 60384-12001, which is based on lEG 60384-1 :1999, mod. 9) EN 132400:1994 is related to but not directly equivalent to lEG 60384-14:1993 + A 1:1995. 10) EN 60691 includes A 1:1995 to lEG 60691 . 11) EN 60950 is superseded by EN 60950-1 :2001 (lEG 60950-1 :2001 , mod.). 12) lEG 61058-1 :2000 + A1 :2001 , mod., are harmonized as EN 61058-1 :2002. GROUP DIFFERENCES FOR AMENDMENT 1 COMMON MODIFICATIONS 5.1 f) in EN 60065:2002 Replace the note by: IlOTE For RATED POWER CONSUMPTION measurements of TVs reference is made to EN 62087. Measurements are done in the ON (play) operating mode. Replaced. N/A 5.4.1 Add the following indent: za) A warning that excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause hearing loss. Added. N/A 6.1 in EN Replace the subclause by: Replaced. N/A 60065:200 2 6.1 Ionizing radiation Equipment that might produce ionizing radiation is checked by measuring the amount of radiation. The amount of radiation is determined by means of a radiation monitor of the ionizing chamber type with an effective area of 1 000 mm2 or by measuring equipment of other types giving equivalent results. Measurements are made with the equipment on test operating at the most unfavourable supply voltage (see 4.2) and with operator controls and service controls adjusted so as to give maximum radiation whilst maintaining the equipment operative for normal use. Internal preset controls not intended to be adjusted during the lifetime of the equipment are not considered to be service controls. At any point 100 mm from the surface of the operator access area, the dose-rate shall not exceed 1 ~Sv/h (0, 1 mRlh) (see Note). Account shall be taken of the background level. NOTE These values appear in Directive 96/29/Euratom. Bibliograph Replace the paragraph related to prEN 50332-2 by: Replaced. P GROUP DIFFERENCES
  45. 45. r- Page 450f 112 Report No.: CE;;-= •~OO7CB0506 National Differences eqUlrement - Test I Result - RemarkVerdict I,' "­ N/A N/A N/A 1 = 5 332-2:2003, Sound system equipment: - eadphones and earphones associated with ..able audio equipment - Maximum sound =-=ssure level measurement methodology and limit . erations - Part 2: Matching of sets with =z phones if either or both are offered separately - " - 6 - - 65 :2002/A1:2006 - 4 ­ pe following notes for the standards indicated: Added. 598-2-9 NOTE Harmonized as EN 60598-2­ + A1 :1994 (not modified). 598-2-17 NOTE Harmonized as EN 60598-2­ "SS9 + A2 :1991 (not modified). ~~~iL~~~[ENC ESFORAMENDMENT11 . _ a JORTABLE SOUND SYSTEM, a warning that e sound pressure from earphones and - !: .. nes can cause hearing loss g adiat~on measurement operation has been - ;-ed :> n set shall be so designed that the J of Ignition and the spread of fire caused by e ; ame is reduced, ,-....;;;;...•• ~' .est of CLC!TS 62441 N/A N/A N/A N/A :1 !i 'I I: p
  46. 46. 7.1.5 7.2 Page 460f 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict APPENDIX Australial New Zealand National Differences according to CB Bulletin No. 112A, P December 2006 (AS/NZS 60065) (IEC Publication 60065 7th edition + Amendment 1) Annex ZZ (normative) Variations to IEC 60065:2001 for application in Australia and New Zealand ZZ.1 Introduction This Artnex sets out variations between AS/NZS 60065:2000 and IEC 60065:2001 . These variations indicate national variations for purposes of the IECEE CB Scheme and will be published in the IECEE CB Bulletin. These variations are indicated within the body of the Standard by shading and strikethrough. ZZ.2 Variations The variations are as follows: In table 3, under item c) add an h) in both columns against 'thermoplastic materials' and add the following new footnote: h As an alternative to the method described in footnote f) the following variation may be used where there is any doubt about the suitability of the material: The ball-pressure test described in AS/NZS 60695.10.2 may be carried out. To assess compliance under normal operating conditions the test is made in a heating cabinet at a temperature of 40°C ±2°C plus the maximum temperature rise determined under normal operating conditions but, it shall be at least - for external parts 75°C±2°C - for materials supporting parts conductively connected to the mains 125°C±2°C Added. N/A N/AAdded.After the second paragraph, add the following: The alternative method described in footnote h) of Table 3 may be used. After the second paragraph, add the following: Plugs for the connection of apparatus to mains­ powered socket-outlets shall comply with AS/NZS 3112 or AS/NZS 3123. Apparatus with a plug portion, suitable for insertion into a 10A 3 pin flat-pin socket­ outlet complying with AS/NZS 3112, shall comply with the requirements of AS/NZS 31 12 for equipment with integral pins for insertion into socket-outlets. P Plug complied with AS/NZS 3112: 2000. See appended table 14. Added. Australial New Zealand National Differences 15.1.1
  47. 47. -­ -2: s Page 470f 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB050607CB0506 National Differences - Test Result - Remark VerdictVerdict i the second and third rows of the first Replaced. N/A P ace '6' with '7.5'. PReplaced. N/AAdded. PAdded. Take the test of clause 20 in the report. i the second and third rows of the first ace '6' with '7.5'. add the following: r complying with AS/NZS 3191 need IS test. e est refer to Clause 20.201 . a d 'No requirement' to 'V-1'. se, add the following variation: e"allic material shall be resistant to e spread of fire. enJ does not apply to decorative trims, "'­ __' :er parts unlikely to be ignited or to ';:r::~~;::: es originating from inside the - . e following: ~--"-""',"'..nls that are contained in an enclosure ammability category of V-O according S 60695.11 .10 and having openings -. e connecting wires filling the openings ''''-''--''=e':ely, and for ventilation not exceeding 1 - - 'dth regardless of length. 'ng parts which would contribute _ .: _ e fuel,to a fire: =-:;: echanical parts, the mass of which :ons he th ird and fourth columns change CEE CB N/A =:::es ot exceed 4 g, such as mounting -..5 gears, cams, belts and bearings; - -,:: e ectrical components, such as N/A fLI ors with a volume not exceeding 1 m3, integrated circuits, transistors ~- ~ optocoupler packages, if these ents are mounted on material of p ",,"" ability category V-1 or better i g to AS/NZS 60695.11 .10. e 'ng how to minimize propagation all parts' are, account should be lative effect of small parts adjacent e possible effect of propagating :0 another. PChanged. N/AAdded. a Differences
  48. 48. Page 48 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 -National Differences Clause I Requirement - Test I Result - Remark I Verdict Compliance shall be checked by the tests of 20.201.2.1, 20.201 .2.2. and 20.201.2.3. For the base material of printed boards, compliance shall be checked by the test of 20.201 .2.4. The tests shall be carried out on parts of non-metallic material which have been removed from the apparatus. When the glow-wire test is carried out, they are placed in the same orientation as they would be in normal use. These tests are not carried out on internal wiring. N/A20.201.2 Tests 20.201.2.1 Testing of non-metallic parts Part of non-metallic material shall be subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS 60695.2.11 which shall be carried out at 550°C. Parts for which the glow-wire test cannot be carried out, such as those made of soft or foamy material, shall meet the requirements specified in ISO 9772 for category FH-3 material. The glow-wire test shall not be carried out on parts of material classified at least FH-3 according to ISO 9772 provided that the sample tested was not thicker than the relevant part. 20.201 .2.2 Testing of insulated parts N/A •Part of insulating material supporting potential ignition sources shall be subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS 64695.2.11 which shall be carried out at 750°C. Ii' The test shall be also carried out on other parts of insulating material which are within a distance of 3 .mm of the connection. NOTE - Contacts in components such as switch contacts are considered to be connections. For parts which withstand the glow-wire test but produce a flame, other parts above the connection within the envelope of a vertical cylinder having a diameter of 20 mm and a height of 50 mm shall be Ir subjected to the needle-flame test. However, parts shielded by a barrier I;Vhich meets the needle-flame test need not be tested. The needle-flame test shall be made in accordance with AS/NZS 4695.2.2 with the following modifications: Change AS/NZS 4695.2.2 Clause of .~. Australial New Zealand National Differences - --i
  49. 49. Page 49 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 007CB0506 National Differences ~ Result - Remark Verdict N/A N/A ame test shall not be carried out on -:: .......aterial classified as V-O or V-1 according to 11 . 1 0 provided that the sample -as not thicker than the relevant part. Replace with: The duration of application of the test flame shall be 30s±1 s. Replace the first sentence with: The specimen shall be arranged so that the flame can be applied to a vertical or horizontal edge as shown in the examples of figure 1. The first paragraph does not apply. Addition: If possible, the flame shall be applied at least 10 mm from a corner. Replace with: The test shall be made on one specimen. If the specimen does not withstand the test, the test may be repeated on two further specimens, both of which shall then withstand the test Replace with : The duration of burning (tb) shall not exceed 30 s. However, for printed circuit boards. it shall not exceed 15 s. ~ 95 . Testing by needle-flame test er than enclosures, do not withstand the : tests of 20.201.2.2, by failure to extinguish : - s a er the removal of the glow-wire tip, the ,.:.="--"'=__ ~ e test detailed in 20.201.2.2 shall be a arts of non-metallic material which are :: : s:a ce of 50 mm or which are likely to be po by flame during the tests of :. 2 Parts shielded by a separate barrier e needle-flame test shall not be e enclosure does not withstand the _'es the appliance is considered to have ee he requirements of Clause 21.201 ____ -;:, eed for consequential testing. her parts do not withstand the glow­ __ 9 0 ignition of the tissue paper and if this ~--"'....... ~ burning or glowing particles can fall - - ::>mal surface underneath the apparatus, =--=""-=-' _ is considered to have failed to meet ts of Clause 21 .201 without the need ~ 'al testing N/A c .-onal Differences
  50. 50. ---- - Page 50 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1 007CB0506 ,-----------------------------------------------------------------------------~I -· National Differences Clause I Requirement - Test IResu lt - Remark I Verdict . ~. NOTE 3 - Parts likely to be impinged upon by the flame are considered to be those within the envelope li:.~ of a vertical cylinder having a radius of 10 mm and a height equal to the height of the flame, positioned i:C; above the point of the material supporting, in contact r::;J with, or in close proximity to, connections. -i "'-~- ' 1'.<-"­ 20.201 .2.4 Testing of printed boards N/A 'If"· The base material of printed boards shall be subject I':'S,, ~to the needle-flame test of Clause 21.201,2.3, The flame shall be applied to the edge of the board where .~ the heatsink effect is lowest when the board is positioned as in normal use. The flame shall not be applied to an edge consisting of broken perforations, I~ unless the edge is less than 3 mm from a potential ignition source. The test is not carried out if the ­ - printed board does not carry any potential ignition source; - base material of printed boards, on which the available power at a connection exceeds 15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 50 V and equal or less than 400 V (peak) a.c, or d.c. under normal operating conditions, is of flammability category V-1 or better according to AS/NZS 60695.11 .10, or the printed boards are protected by an enclosure meeting the flammability category V-O according to AS/NZS 60695.11 .10, or made of metal, having openings only for connecting wires which fill the openings completely; or - base material of printed boards, on which the available power at a con nection exceeds 15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 400 V (peak) a.c, or d,c, under normal operating,conditions, and base material of printed boards supporting spark gaps which provides protection against overvoltages, is of flammability category V-O according to AS/NZS 60695.11 .10 or the printed boards are contained in a metal enclosure, having openings only for connecting wires which fill the openings completely. Compliance shall be determined using the smallest thickness of,the material. NOTE - Available power is the maximum power which can be drawn from the supplying circuit through a resistive load whose value is chosen to maximize the power for more than 2 min when the circuit supplied is disconnected, N/A21.201.3 For open circuit voltages greater than 4 kV potential ignition sources with open circuit voltages " Australial New Zealand National Differences .~. ~.LE II
  51. 51. 1007CB0506 Page 51 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1 007CB0506 National Differences Result - Remark Verdict , N/A ~ I' i I, ii II. N/A V ,',' -----;:- ;:: V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under normal d ions shall be contained in a fire h shall comply with flammability better according to AS/NZS~ , '! N/A nly. this Annex is replaced by the of the Telecommunications Labelling nder the Telecommunications Act e ecommunications Act is y he Australian Communications I I! _. 0 al Differences
  52. 52. 5.1 Page 52 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences Clause IRequirement - Test IResult - Remark I Verdict APPENDIX 3 3.2A 4.2' 4.2.1 Canada National Differences according to CB bulletin (IEC Publication 60065 7th edition + Amendment 1) General requirements [Add the following clause} A component power supply complying with CAN/CSA-C22 .2 No. 60950 is considered to comply with this construction and fault conditions of this Standard after taking into account any relevant conditions of acceptability. Normal operating conditions [Add the following after the fifth paragraph} For apparatus intended for use at nominal 120 V ac, the apparatus shall comply with this Standard at supply voltages between 108 and 125 V. For No.112A, December 2006 Added . No such component power supply complying with CAN/CSA-C22 .2 No. 60950 Added . Tested at +10% or -10% of RATED SUPPLY VOLATAGE. P P N/A P P 4.2.10 apparatus intended for use at nominal 240 V ac, the apparatus shall comply with this Standard at supply voltages between 216 and 250 V. [Add the following <!fter the second paragraph} As an alternative, a supply apparatus for general use complying with CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 223 or Added . P 5 CAN/CSA-C22 .2 No. 60950 shall be acceptable. Marking and instructions Added . N/A 5.3A [Add the following paragraph} Adhesive nameplates on commercial products shall comply with CSA C22.2 No. 0.15. Identification and supply ratings [Add the following itef"(l} hAl date of manufacture: a date or code identifying the period of manufacture shall be marked on the apparatus; [Add the following clause} Where a loudspeaker grille, removable from the outside, is relied on as part of the enclosure (see Clause 9.2), the following marking or equivalent shall be visible on the enclosure after removal of the grille: "Caution - To prevent electric shock hazard, replace grille." Alternatively, the symbol in Clause 5.2 b) shall be visible after removal of the grille, and the caution wording above shall appear in the user instructions, Canada National Differences Shall be evaluated when national approval. Added. Code used to identify date of manufacture. Added. The grille is not removable. P N/A IJ II
  53. 53. Page 53 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB05061007CB0506 National Differences -cement - Test :sanied by the symbol. p p N/A P P P N/Aparatus leakage Class II apparatus. wing clause] ected Class I apparatus, the leakage gh the safety earthing conductor, as voltages U and U , shall not exceed U ) and U =1.05 V (peak) (1.5 mA). 1 21 P "aving a leakage current between 0.75 shall be provided with a caution label s cord with the following, or equivalent: REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC N/A NDING OF THE CENTRE PIN OF PConsidered. "ng after the fourth paragraph] p • loudspeaker systems, such as dust -< dri ers, or passive radiators, are not = :--e ehting accessibility. Clause 13.3.1. N/AAdded. N/A after the second paragraph] are made 2 s after removal of the _ ctional requirements with regard to p ..- "'!~~ti"on against shock Added. p - rcuits with voltages higher than 42 V peak 'I with CSA C22.2 No. 127 or CAN/CSA- n 2 0.2. _ ~ ST BE MAINTAINED". applies also to internal parts of 5 :: ~., S that become accessible by __ s eaker grille from the outside " h the use of a tool, coin, or other ;:;ase.s, the apparatus shall be marked =:JSe S.3A 'rd paragraph with the following] - ed by inspections and by-=res s of Clause 9.1.1, except that - - Result - Remark Verdict
  54. 54. 10 National Differences Page 54 of 112 0 .: CEPREI1 007CB0506 J Clause Requirement - Test Verdict cover or grille. I Insulation requirements I N/A Enclosure type designation and use eo.10.2A N/A [Add the following clause] If equipment is installed in environments where ' e enclosure is required to prevent ingress of water r dust, the enclosure shall be classified as a type recognized by the Canadian Electrical Code, Pa I and shall comply with the requirements of CAN/CSA­ C22.2 No. 94. 11 .2 Heating Co s ee ed P [Add the following paragraph] Flammable gases shall not be emitted from a component for more than 10 s. 12 Mechanical strength P 12.3A Television impacts ed N/A [Add the following clause] I 12.3A 1 For televisjon sets and similar apparatus using a cathode ray tube larger than 160 mm diagonally. e top, sides, front, and rear of the enclosure, including the safety screen where provided, shall be capable 0 withstanding a single impact of 7 J in accordance with Clause 12.3A2 without developing any ope i ~ larger than 130 mm in the enclosure of the cathode ray tube, unless the minor dimension of 2 any opening is not more than 7 mm. ,.,­ s I E e ision sets or 3 ( apparatus. N/A When applied to a safety screen, the impact shall not result in damage to its mounting to the extent t at i is mechanically unsuitable for reuse, nor shall tempered glass, if used, be cracked . When applied to the face of a directly viewed cathode ray tube, the impact shall not cause ar'y opening in the face of the tube. Scaling and cracking of the glass shall be permissible. A cathode ray tube that has been shown to comply with CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 228 or CAN/CSA-E61965 shall be considered acceptable with no further tests. 12.3A2 The impact specified in Clause 12.3A1 shall be caused by allowing a solid, smooth, steel sphere 51 mm in diameter and weighing approximately 0.5 kg to strike the enclosure with the specified impact in a direction perpendicular to the enclosure surface I deemed necessary, the enclosure shall be teste with the proper cathode ray tube mounted . at ele iSlon sets or si ilar apparatus. N/A Canada National Differences ......
  55. 55. - - - -"­ - .= 007CB0506 Page 55 of 112 Report No. : CEPREI1007CB0506 National Differences Verdict Result - Remark Verdict.. rement - Test - - _ - - Q =-r!rrcrT" ors and RC-units os following paragraph] - - " - _ - S' following paragraph] :emative, an across-line capacitor complying No such components. N/A N/A p p N/A N/A N/A - a e, a TV-rated switch complying with 1, Clause 9, shall be acceptable. ~......."._ . N/A e, a TV-rated switch complying with 1, Clause 9, shall be acceptable. N/A .:::"" e, a TV-rated switch complying with . 1, Clause 9, shall be acceptable. e following after the third paragraph] ces between a loudspeaker voice coil and conductive parts shall be disregarded. emative, an isolating capacitor complying with cCable requirements of CSA C22.2 No.1 shall ptable for bridging basic or supplementary _ applicable requirements of CSA C22.2 No.1 _'8 acceptable. - - 209 shall be acceptable. and fuse holders lowing paragraph] :::'~~J releases =mativE, a thermal link complying with CSA ,ative, a fuse-link complying with CSA 248.14 shall be acceptable. wing paragraph] ative, a fuseholder assembly complying C22.2 No. 39 shall be acceptable. wing paragraph] ative, a TV-rated switch complying with o. 1, Clause 9, shall be acceptable. wing paragraph] Added. Added . No such components. Added. Considered. Considered. Considered. p N/A N/A N/A N/A p p p p p N/A N/A N/A
  56. 56. Page 56 of 112 Report No.: CEPREI1 007CB0506 National Differences Clause Requirement - Test Result - Remark Verdict I 14.6.5 {Add the following paragraph} As an alternative, a TV-rated switch complying with CSA C22.2 No.1 , Clause 9, shall be acceptable. N/A 14.11 Optocouplers {Add the following paragraph} As an alternative, an optocoupler complying with CSA C22.2 No.1 shall be acceptable. Added. No such components. N/A 14.12 Surge suppression varistors {Add the following paragraph} As an alternative, a varistor complying with CSA C22.2 No. 1 shall be acceptable. Added. No such components. N/A I 14.12A Gas discharge tubes {Add the following clause} Gas discharge tubes complying with the following tests may be connected to bridge basic or reinforced insulation. Ten samples of gas discharge tubes isolating the ac supply from exposed parts shall be subjected to the varistor.pulse tests of Clause 14.12. Following the pulses, the device shall be allowed to return to room temperature. The dielectric breakdown voltage of the gas tube shall not decrease by more than 50%, and the gas discharge tube shall comply with the dielectric strength test of Clause 10.3, with the test voltage reduced to twice the mains voltage. Added. No such components. N/A I~ II 15.1 Plugs and sockets P 15.1.1 {Add the following paragraph} A receptacle provided for general purpose mains output shall comply with the requirements of CSA C22.2 No. 42 (dimensional requirements are also specified in IEC 60906-2). The attachment plug cap shall be of the polarized type when the apparatus is provided with a manually operated, mains-connected single-pole switch for apparatus on-off operation, a socket screwsheillamphoider, or a 15 or 20 A socket-0 utlet. Added. N/A 1­ , !"~ 15.1.2 {Add the following paragraph} Banana plugs shall be acceptable. Added. No such components. N/A 15.1.3 {Add the following title} Adapter output connectors {Replace the first paragraph with the following} Terminals and connectors used in output circuits of Canada National Differences Added. No such components. N/A ~ .
  57. 57. Report::11007CB0506 Page570f112 National Differences ~ IResult - Remar N/A N/A N/A N/A p N/A N/A N/A - _aratus, whose output voltage is not a Inal mains voltage according to IEC , shall not be compatible with those household and similar general • r example those described in IEC 60083 32 IEC 60884, IEC 60906 (parts 1, 2, CSA C22.2 No. 42. for protective earthing - ~ hird paragraph with the fol/owing] ections shall comply with the test - :5 of CSA C22.2 No. 0.4. for external flexible cords and for connection to the mains supply ¥ing clause] ended for permanent connection to the ave provisions for connection to the i accordance with the Canadian _ e, Part I. nning a part of the mains plug ing paragraphs] g5 of non-permanently installed equipment ---,..---_', with 2 o. 21 for moulded-an-type gs; and 2 No. 42 for disassembly-type gs (dimensional requirements are also EC 60906-2). ment provided with a general purpose -=;' or a lampholder, shall be provided with :i::;:::Z:::::- -type piug. ;: - a polarized type, single-pole switches or • ,,'otectors shall not be connected in the Class II. Added. Not PERMANENTLY CONNECTED APPARATUS. Added . lause with the fol/owing] cUL approved compone sed for mains supply shall comply with used. s of CSA C22.2 No. 49. The cord accordance with Table 4 of CSA 2 ;::::;:....~~mt plug shall be rated not less than _ apparatus rated current.

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