Boxes and enclosures for electrical accessories for household and similar fixed electrical installations - Part 24: Particular requirements for enclosures for housing protective devices and other power dissipating electrical equipment
- new definition for basic, general purpose enclosures (GP enclosure) and enclosures for pre-determined equipment (PD enclosure);
- new classification and marking for general purpose enclosure (GP enclosure) and enclosure for pre-determined equipment (PD enclosure);
- required data for instruction sheet and/or documentation according to the type of enclosure;
- adequate space to allow mounting and connection of the accessories (fully equipped) as declared by the manufacturer;
- requirements for general purpose enclosure (GP enclosure) as in Clause 101;
- requirements for enclosure for pre-determined equipment (PD enclosure) as in Clause 102;
- instructions to be given by the manufacturer of the GP enclosure to the installer how to integrate accessories and example of calculation given in Annex AA;
- instructions to be given by the manufacturer of the PD enclosure to the installer how to integrate accessories given in Annex BB.
This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60670-1:2002.
|Publication type||International Standard|
|Available language(s)||English/French, Spanish|
|TC/SC||TC 23/SC 23B - Plugs, socket-outlets and switchesrss|
|ICS||29.120.10 - Conduits for electrical purposes|
|File size||1279 KB|
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