Automatic electrical controls - Part 1: General requirements
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IEC 60730-1:2013+AMD1:2015+AMD2:2020 CSV
- modification of the title and scope;
- revisions to Clause H.26 based on changes in technology, applications, and to improve consistency and layout;
- modification to Table H.12 to align with CISPR 22;
- revisions to Annex J to correlate the fault modes of thermistors and to exempt thermistors used in conjunction with type 1 controls in SELV low power circuits from the tests specified in Annex J;
- new requirements covering battery-powered controls, and the use of batteries in controls;
- revision addressing the exclusion of relay faults;
- new/updated requirements in Clause 24, for switch mode power supplies;
- revisions covering the allowance of screwless-type clamping units complying with IEC 60999-1;
- new requirements addressing remotely actuated control functions;
- addition of a new/updated leakage current diagram to align the Annex E diagram with the diagram in IEC 60990 and updated requirements for temperature sensing controls. Key words: controls, electrical controls, automatic The contents of the corrigendum of September 2014 have been included in this copy.
|Publication type||International Standard|
|Available language(s)||English/French, Spanish|
|TC/SC||TC 72 - Automatic electrical controlsrss|
|ICS||97.120 - Automatic controls for household use|
|File size||4740 KB|
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