This European Standard lays down harmonized identifiers for marketed liquid and gaseous fuels. The requirements in this standard are set to complement information needs of users regarding the fuel- and vehicle-compatibility that are placed on the market. The development of this standard focused on vehicles placed on the market for the first time, which does not preclude the application of this standard also to vehicles already in circulation. The identifier is intended to be visualized at dispensers and refuelling points, on vehicles, in motor vehicle dealerships and in consumer manuals as described in this document.
Marketed fuels include for example petroleum-derived fuels, synthetic fuels, biofuels, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen and biogas and blends of the aforementioned delivered to non-stationary applications.

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This part of IEC 61980 applies to the supply device for charging electric road vehicles using
wireless methods at standard supply voltages per IEC 60038 up to 1 000 V AC and up to
1 500 V DC.
Electric road vehicles (EV) covers road vehicles, including plug-in hybrid road vehicles (PHEV)
that derive all or part of their energy from on-board rechargeable energy storage systems
(RESS).
This document also applies to wireless power transfer (WPT) equipment supplied from on-site
storage systems (e.g. buffer batteries).
The aspects covered in this document include
• the characteristics and operating conditions of a supply device,
• the specification for required level of electrical safety of a supply device,
• communication between EV device and vehicle to enable and control WPT,
• efficiency, alignment and other activities to enable WPT, and
• specific EMC requirements for a supply device.
The following aspects are under consideration for future documents:
• requirements for MF-WPT systems supplying power to EVs in motion;
• requirements for bidirectional power transfer.
This document does not apply to:
• safety aspects related to maintenance,
• WPT system for trolley buses, rail vehicles and vehicles designed primarily for use off‑road,
and
• any safety or EMC requirements for the vehicle side.

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This document defines the minimum requirements to ensure the interoperability of hydrogen refuelling points, including refuelling protocols that dispense gaseous hydrogen to road vehicles (e.g. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) that comply with legislation applicable to such vehicles.
The safety and performance requirements for the entire hydrogen fuelling station, addressed in accordance with existing relevant European and national legislation, are not included in this document.
NOTE Guidance on considerations for hydrogen fuelling stations is provided in ISO 19880-1.

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20200617 - TC decision to skip FV is missing.

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This document provides guidance to support organizations with the implementation of the European standards on CNG and LNG stations for fuelling vehicles (i.e. EN-ISO 16923:2018 and EN-ISO 16924:2018, respectively).
This document cross-references European standards to the international standards listed in EN-ISO 16923:2018 and EN-ISO 16924:2018 and links these standards to relevant European Directives, where applicable.

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EN-ISO 17268 defines the design, safety and operation characteristics of gaseous hydrogen land vehicle (GHLV) refuelling connectors.GHLV refuelling connectors consist of the following components, as applicable:- receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle);- nozzle;- communication hardware.This document is applicable to refuelling connectors which have nominal working pressures or hydrogen service levels up to 70 MPa.This document is not applicable to refuelling connectors dispensing blends of hydrogen with natural gas.

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This document specifies electric safety requirements for conductive connection of electrically propelled road vehicles to external electric circuits. External electric circuits include external electric power supplies and external electric loads. This document provides requirements for the charging modes 2, 3, 4, as defined in IEC 61851-1, and reverse power transfer. For mode 4, this document provides requirements regarding the connection to an isolated DC EV charging station according to IEC 61851-23.
NOTE 1 This edition does not provide requirements for mode 1.
NOTE 2 External electric circuits are not part of the vehicle.
This document applies to the on-board sections of vehicle power supply circuits. It applies also to dedicated power supply control functions used for the connection of the vehicle to an external electric circuit.
It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.
NOTE 3 ISO 6469-3 provides general electrical safety requirements for electrically propelled road vehicles.
NOTE 4 With this edition of this document the limitation of y-capacitance for protection against electric shock under single failure conditions is no longer applicable as a fault protection provision when the vehicle has a conductive DC connection to an external electric circuit.

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This document defines the design, safety and operation characteristics of gaseous hydrogen land vehicle (GHLV) refuelling connectors.
GHLV refuelling connectors consist of the following components, as applicable:
— receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle);
— nozzle;
— communication hardware.
This document is applicable to refuelling connectors which have nominal working pressures or hydrogen service levels up to 70 MPa.
This document is not applicable to refuelling connectors dispensing blends of hydrogen with natural gas.

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This document provides guidance to support organizations with the implementation of the European standards on CNG and LNG stations for fuelling vehicles (i.e. EN-ISO 16923:2018 and EN-ISO 16924:2018, respectively).
This document cross-references European standards to the international standards listed in EN-ISO 16923:2018 and EN-ISO 16924:2018 and links these standards to relevant European Directives, where applicable.

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IEC 60309-5:2017 applies to a single type of plug, socket-outlet, ship connector and ship inlet, hereinafter referred to as accessories, intended to connect ships to dedicated shore supply systems described in IEC/IEEE 80005-3. This part of IEC 60309 applies to three-phase accessories with an earth contact and with four pilot contacts. This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60309-1:2012.

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This technical standard specifies the design, minimum safety, functional and marking requirements, as well as the interface types and dimensions and testing procedures for dry-disconnect/connect couplings for LNG hose bunkering systems intended for use on LNG bunkering ships, tank trucks and shore-based facilities and other bunkering infrastructures. It is not applicable to hydraulically operated quick connect/disconnect couplers (QCDC) used for hard loading arms, which is covered in ISO 16904. Based on the technology used in industrial manufacturing at the time of development of this document, it is applicable to sizes of couplings ranging from DN 25 to DN 200.

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This document specifies the design, minimum safety, functional and marking requirements, as well as the interface types and dimensions and testing procedures for dry-disconnect/connect couplings for LNG hose bunkering systems intended for use on LNG bunkering ships, tank trucks and shore-based facilities and other bunkering infrastructures. It is not applicable to hydraulically operated quick connect/disconnect couplers (QCDC) used for hard loading arms, which is covered in ISO 16904.
Based on the technology used in industrial manufacturing at the time of development of this document, it is applicable to sizes of couplings ranging from DN 25 to DN 200.

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This document applies in connection with EN 15869 1 for the supply of berthed inland navigation vessels with electrical energy.
This part of EN 15869 specifies additional requirements for the on-shore unit of the electrical shore connection.

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This document applies in connection with EN 15869-1 for the supply of berthed inland navigation vessels with electrical energy.
This document specifies additional requirements for the on-shore unit of the electrical shore connection.

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This European Standard lays down harmonized identifiers for power supply for electric road vehicles. The requirements in this standard are to complement the informational needs of users regarding the compatibility between the charging stations, the cable assemblies and the vehicles that are placed on the market. The identifier is intended to be visualized at charging stations, on vehicles, on cable assemblies, in EV dealerships and in consumer manuals as described in this document.
Power supply for EVs uses vehicle inlets, socket-outlets, connectors and plugs, as mentioned in FprEN 61851 1:2016 and EN 62196 1:2014.
This European Standard defines for each harmonized identifier the size, shape, colour and other information of relevance for compatibility recognition, as well as the location of placement.
This European Standard provides harmonized compatibility labelling across Europe and thus effectively supports the implementation of Article 7 of Directive 2014/94 / EU by EU Member States. The European Standard complements the information needs of an electric vehicle user arriving at a connecting point with respect to the connection of his electric vehicle. Indeed, the consumer needs to be able to easily distinguish the different types of electrical interfaces proposed, in addition to optional information like power levels and above all, to identify the correct interface of the connecting point compatible with his electric vehicle. The station identifier could concern the plug of the mobile cord in case of a socket outlet configuration, or directly concern the car inlet in case attached cable configuration.

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ISO 18243:2017 specifies the test procedures for lithium-ion battery packs and systems used in electrically propelled mopeds and motorcycles.
The specified test procedures enable the user of this document to determine the essential characteristics on performance, safety and reliability of lithium-ion battery packs and systems. The user is also supported to compare the test results achieved for different battery packs or systems.
ISO 18243:2017 enables setting up a dedicated test plan for an individual battery pack or system subject to an agreement between customer and supplier. If required, the relevant test procedures and/or test conditions of lithium-ion battery packs and systems are selected from the standard tests provided in this document to configure a dedicated test plan.
NOTE 1 Electrically power-assisted cycles (EPAC) cannot be considered as mopeds. The definition of electrically power-assisted cycles can differ from country to country. An example of definition can be found in the EU Directive 2002/24/EC.
NOTE 2 Testing on cell level is specified in IEC 62660 (all parts).

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This document lays down harmonized identifiers for power supply for electric road vehicles. The requirements in this standard are to complement the informational needs of users regarding the compatibility between the EV charging stations, the cable assemblies and the vehicles that are placed on the market. The identifier is intended to be visualized at EV charging stations, on vehicles, on cable assemblies, in EV dealerships and in consumer manuals as described in this document.
Power supply for EVs uses vehicle inlets, socket-outlets, connectors and plugs, as mentioned in EN IEC 61851-1:— and EN 62196-1:2014.
This document defines for each harmonized identifier the size, shape, colour and other information of relevance for compatibility recognition, as well as the label location.
The station side identifier gives unmistakable compatibility information with either the plug of the cable assembly in case of a socket outlet configuration, or the vehicle inlet in case of attached cable configuration.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered fatty acid methyl esters (hereafter known as FAME) to be used either as fuel for diesel engines and for heating applications at 100 % concentration, or as an extender for distillate fuel for diesel engines in accordance with the requirements of EN 590 and for heating fuel. At 100 % concentration it is applicable to fuel for use in diesel engines and in heating applications designed or subsequently adapted to run on 100 % FAME.
NOTE   For the purposes of this European Standard, the terms "% (m/m)" and "% (V/V)" are used to represent respectively the mass fraction, µ, and the volume fraction.

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ISO 18243:2017 specifies the test procedures for lithium-ion battery packs and systems used in electrically propelled mopeds and motorcycles.
The specified test procedures enable the user of this document to determine the essential characteristics on performance, safety and reliability of lithium-ion battery packs and systems. The user is also supported to compare the test results achieved for different battery packs or systems.
ISO 18243:2017 enables setting up a dedicated test plan for an individual battery pack or system subject to an agreement between customer and supplier. If required, the relevant test procedures and/or test conditions of lithium-ion battery packs and systems are selected from the standard tests provided in this document to configure a dedicated test plan.
NOTE 1 Electrically power-assisted cycles (EPAC) cannot be considered as mopeds. The definition of electrically power-assisted cycles can differ from country to country. An example of definition can be found in the EU Directive 2002/24/EC.
NOTE 2 Testing on cell level is specified in IEC 62660 (all parts).

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ISO 15118-5:2018 specifies conformance tests in the form of an Abstract Test Suite (ATS) for a System Under Test (SUT) implementing an Electric Vehicle or Supply Equipment Communication Controller (EVCC or SECC) with support for PLC-based High Level Communication (HLC) and Basic Signaling according to ISO 15118‑3. These conformance tests specify the testing of capabilities and behaviors of an SUT, as well as checking what is observed against the conformance requirements specified in ISO 15118‑3 and against what the implementer states the SUT implementation's capabilities are.
The capability tests within the ATS check that the observable capabilities of the SUT are in accordance with the static conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118‑3. The behavior tests of the ATS examine an implementation as thoroughly as is practical over the full range of dynamic conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118‑3 and within the capabilities of the SUT (see NOTE 1).
A test architecture is described in correspondence to the ATS. The conformance test cases in this part of the standard are described leveraging this test architecture and are specified in TTCN-3 Core Language for the ISO/OSI Physical and Data Link Layers (Layers 1 and 2). The conformance test cases for the ISO/OSI Network Layer (Layer 3) and above are described in ISO 15118‑4.
In terms of coverage, this document only covers normative sections and requirements in ISO 15118‑3. This document can additionally include specific tests for requirements of referenced standards (e.g. IEEE, or industry consortia standards) as long as they are relevant in terms of conformance for implementations according to ISO 15118‑3. However, it is explicitly not intended to widen the scope of this conformance specification to such external standards, if it is not technically necessary for the purpose of conformance testing for ISO 15118‑3. Furthermore, the conformance tests specified in this document do not include the assessment of performance nor robustness or reliability of an implementation. They cannot provide judgments on the physical realization of abstract service primitives, how a system is implemented, how it provides any requested service, nor the environment of the protocol implementation. Furthermore, the test cases defined in this document only consider the communication protocol and the system's behavior defined ISO 15118‑3. Power flow between the EVSE and the EV is not considered.
NOTE 1 Practical limitations make it impossible to define an exhaustive test suite, and economic considerations can restrict testing even further. Hence, the purpose of this document is to increase the probability that different implementations are able to interwork. This is achieved by verifying them by means of a protocol test suite, thereby increasing the confidence that each implementation conforms to the protocol specification. However, the specified protocol test suite cannot guarantee conformance to the specification since it detects errors rather than their absence. Thus conformance to a test suite alone cannot guarantee interworking. What it does do is give confidence that an implementation has the required capabilities and that its behavior conforms consistently in representative instances of communication.
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ISO 15118-4:2018 specifies conformance tests in the form of an Abstract Test Suite (ATS) for a System Under Test (SUT) implementing an EVCC or SECC according to ISO 15118-2. These conformance tests specify the testing of capabilities and behaviors of an SUT as well as checking what is observed against the conformance requirements specified in ISO 15118-2 and against what the supplier states the SUT implementation's capabilities are.
The capability tests within the ATS check that the observable capabilities of the SUT are in accordance with the static conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118-2. The behavior tests of the ATS examine an implementation as thoroughly as is practical over the full range of dynamic conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118-2 and within the capabilities of the SUT (see NOTE).
A test architecture is described in correspondence to the ATS. The conformance test cases in this document are described leveraging this test architecture and are specified in TTCN-3 Core Language for ISO/OSI Network Layer (Layer 3) and above. The conformance test cases for the Data Link Layer (Layer 2) and Physical Layer (Layer 1) are described in ISO 15118-5. Test cases with overlapping scopes are explicitly detailed.
This document does not include specific tests of other standards referenced within ISO 15118-2, e.g. IETF RFCs. Furthermore, the conformance tests specified in this document do not include the assessment of performance nor robustness or reliability of an implementation. They cannot provide judgments on the physical realization of abstract service primitives, how a system is implemented, how it provides any requested service, nor the environment of the protocol implementation. Furthermore, the test cases defined in this document only consider the communication protocol defined ISO 15118-2. Power flow between the EVSE and the EV is not considered.
NOTE 1 Practical limitations make it impossible to define an exhaustive test suite, and economic considerations can restrict testing even further. Hence, the purpose of this document is to increase the probability that different implementations are able to interwork. This is achieved by verifying them by means of a protocol test suite, thereby increasing the confidence that each implementation conforms to the protocol specification. However, the specified protocol test suite cannot guarantee conformance to the specification since it detects errors rather than their absence. Thus conformance to a test suite alone cannot guarantee interworking. What it does do is give confidence that an implementation has the required capabilities and that its behavior conforms consistently in representative instances of communication.
NOTE 2 This document has some interdependencies to the conformance tests defined in ISO 15118-5 which result from ISO/OSI cross layer dependencies in the underlying protocol specification (e.g. for sleep mode)

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered fatty acid methyl esters (hereafter known as FAME) to be used either as fuel for diesel engines and for heating applications at 100 % concentration, or as an extender for distillate fuel for diesel engines in accordance with the requirements of EN 590 and for heating fuel. At 100 % concentration it is applicable to fuel for use in diesel engines and in heating applications designed or subsequently adapted to run on 100 % FAME.
NOTE   For the purposes of this European Standard, the terms "% (m/m)" and "% (V/V)" are used to represent respectively the mass fraction, µ, and the volume fraction.

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ISO 15118-4:2018 specifies conformance tests in the form of an Abstract Test Suite (ATS) for a System Under Test (SUT) implementing an EVCC or SECC according to ISO 15118-2. These conformance tests specify the testing of capabilities and behaviors of an SUT as well as checking what is observed against the conformance requirements specified in ISO 15118-2 and against what the supplier states the SUT implementation's capabilities are.
The capability tests within the ATS check that the observable capabilities of the SUT are in accordance with the static conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118-2. The behavior tests of the ATS examine an implementation as thoroughly as is practical over the full range of dynamic conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118-2 and within the capabilities of the SUT (see NOTE).
A test architecture is described in correspondence to the ATS. The conformance test cases in this document are described leveraging this test architecture and are specified in TTCN-3 Core Language for ISO/OSI Network Layer (Layer 3) and above. The conformance test cases for the Data Link Layer (Layer 2) and Physical Layer (Layer 1) are described in ISO 15118-5. Test cases with overlapping scopes are explicitly detailed.
This document does not include specific tests of other standards referenced within ISO 15118-2, e.g. IETF RFCs. Furthermore, the conformance tests specified in this document do not include the assessment of performance nor robustness or reliability of an implementation. They cannot provide judgments on the physical realization of abstract service primitives, how a system is implemented, how it provides any requested service, nor the environment of the protocol implementation. Furthermore, the test cases defined in this document only consider the communication protocol defined ISO 15118-2. Power flow between the EVSE and the EV is not considered.
NOTE 1 Practical limitations make it impossible to define an exhaustive test suite, and economic considerations can restrict testing even further. Hence, the purpose of this document is to increase the probability that different implementations are able to interwork. This is achieved by verifying them by means of a protocol test suite, thereby increasing the confidence that each implementation conforms to the protocol specification. However, the specified protocol test suite cannot guarantee conformance to the specification since it detects errors rather than their absence. Thus conformance to a test suite alone cannot guarantee interworking. What it does do is give confidence that an implementation has the required capabilities and that its behavior conforms consistently in representative instances of communication.
NOTE 2 This document has some interdependencies to the conformance tests defined in ISO 15118-5 which result from ISO/OSI cross layer dependencies in the underlying protocol specification (e.g. for sleep mode)

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ISO 15118-5:2018 specifies conformance tests in the form of an Abstract Test Suite (ATS) for a System Under Test (SUT) implementing an Electric Vehicle or Supply Equipment Communication Controller (EVCC or SECC) with support for PLC-based High Level Communication (HLC) and Basic Signaling according to ISO 15118‑3. These conformance tests specify the testing of capabilities and behaviors of an SUT, as well as checking what is observed against the conformance requirements specified in ISO 15118‑3 and against what the implementer states the SUT implementation's capabilities are.
The capability tests within the ATS check that the observable capabilities of the SUT are in accordance with the static conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118‑3. The behavior tests of the ATS examine an implementation as thoroughly as is practical over the full range of dynamic conformance requirements defined in ISO 15118‑3 and within the capabilities of the SUT (see NOTE 1).
A test architecture is described in correspondence to the ATS. The conformance test cases in this part of the standard are described leveraging this test architecture and are specified in TTCN-3 Core Language for the ISO/OSI Physical and Data Link Layers (Layers 1 and 2). The conformance test cases for the ISO/OSI Network Layer (Layer 3) and above are described in ISO 15118‑4.
In terms of coverage, this document only covers normative sections and requirements in ISO 15118‑3. This document can additionally include specific tests for requirements of referenced standards (e.g. IEEE, or industry consortia standards) as long as they are relevant in terms of conformance for implementations according to ISO 15118‑3. However, it is explicitly not intended to widen the scope of this conformance specification to such external standards, if it is not technically necessary for the purpose of conformance testing for ISO 15118‑3. Furthermore, the conformance tests specified in this document do not include the assessment of performance nor robustness or reliability of an implementation. They cannot provide judgments on the physical realization of abstract service primitives, how a system is implemented, how it provides any requested service, nor the environment of the protocol implementation. Furthermore, the test cases defined in this document only consider the communication protocol and the system's behavior defined ISO 15118‑3. Power flow between the EVSE and the EV is not considered.
NOTE 1 Practical limitations make it impossible to define an exhaustive test suite, and economic considerations can restrict testing even further. Hence, the purpose of this document is to increase the probability that different implementations are able to interwork. This is achieved by verifying them by means of a protocol test suite, thereby increasing the confidence that each implementation conforms to the protocol specification. However, the specified protocol test suite cannot guarantee conformance to the specification since it detects errors rather than their absence. Thus conformance to a test suite alone cannot guarantee interworking. What it does do is give confidence that an implementation has the required capabilities and that its behavior conforms consistently in representative instances of communication.
NOTE 2 This document has some interdependencies to the conformance tests defined in ISO 15118‑4 which result from ISO/OSI cross layer dependencies in the underlying protocol specification (e.g. for

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This European Standard specifies the quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel and the corresponding quality assurance in order to ensure uniformity of the hydrogen product as dispensed for utilisation in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell road vehicle systems.

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This document specifies the quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel and the corresponding quality assurance in order to ensure uniformity of the hydrogen product as dispensed for utilization in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell road vehicle systems.

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ISO 16380:2014 applies to compressed blended fuels vehicle nozzles and receptacles hereinafter referred to as devices, constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials. Compressed blended fuels fuelling connection nozzles consist of the following components, as applicable:
a) Receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle);
b) Nozzle (mounted on dispenser side).
ISO 16380:2014 applies to devices which have a service pressure of 20 MPa, 25 MPa, and 35 MPa hereinafter referred to as:
a) size 1: M200, M250, and M350;
b) size 2: N200 and N250.
ISO 16380:2014 refers to service pressures of 20 MPa, 25 MPa, and 35 MPa for size 1 and 20 MPa and 25 MPa for size 2.
ISO 16380:2014 applies to devices with standardised mating components.
ISO 16380:2014 applies to connectors which
a) prevent blended fuels vehicles from being fuelled by dispenser stations with working pressures higher than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
b) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by dispenser stations with working pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
c) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by dispenser stations for compressed natural gas,
d) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by compressed natural gas dispenser stations with working pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
e) prevent blended fuels vehicles size 1 being refuelled on blended fuels dispenser stations equipped with a size 2 nozzle and vice versa,
f) prevent natural gas vehicles from being fuelled by blended fuels station, and dispensers, and
g) prevent pure hydrogen vehicles from being fuelled by blended fuels station dispensers.
ISO 16380:2014 is applicable to mixtures of hydrogen from 2 % to 30 % in volume and compressed natural gas containing:
a) natural gas in accordance with ISO 15403‑1 and ISO 15403‑2;
b) pure hydrogen in accordance with ISO 14687‑1 or ISO/TS 14687‑2.

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ISO 16380:2014 applies to compressed blended fuels vehicle nozzles and receptacles hereinafter referred to as devices, constructed entirely of new, unused parts and materials. Compressed blended fuels fuelling connection nozzles consist of the following components, as applicable:
a) Receptacle and protective cap (mounted on vehicle);
b) Nozzle (mounted on dispenser side).
ISO 16380:2014 applies to devices which have a service pressure of 20 MPa, 25 MPa, and 35 MPa hereinafter referred to as:
a) size 1: M200, M250, and M350;
b) size 2: N200 and N250.
ISO 16380:2014 refers to service pressures of 20 MPa, 25 MPa, and 35 MPa for size 1 and 20 MPa and 25 MPa for size 2.
ISO 16380:2014 applies to devices with standardised mating components.
ISO 16380:2014 applies to connectors which
a) prevent blended fuels vehicles from being fuelled by dispenser stations with working pressures higher than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
b) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by dispenser stations with working pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
c) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by dispenser stations for compressed natural gas,
d) allow blended fuels vehicles to be fuelled by compressed natural gas dispenser stations with working pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle fuel system working pressure,
e) prevent blended fuels vehicles size 1 being refuelled on blended fuels dispenser stations equipped with a size 2 nozzle and vice versa,
f) prevent natural gas vehicles from being fuelled by blended fuels station, and dispensers, and
g) prevent pure hydrogen vehicles from being fuelled by blended fuels station dispensers.
ISO 16380:2014 is applicable to mixtures of hydrogen from 2 % to 30 % in volume and compressed natural gas containing:
a) natural gas in accordance with ISO 15403‑1 and ISO 15403‑2;
b) pure hydrogen in accordance with ISO 14687‑1 or ISO/TS 14687‑2.

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ISO 16923:2016 covers the design, construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of stations for fuelling compressed natural gas (CNG) to vehicles, including equipment, safety and control devices.
ISO 16923:2016 also applies to portions of a fuelling station where natural gas is in a gaseous state and dispensing CNG derived from liquefied natural gas (LCNG) according to ISO 16924.
ISO 16923:2016 applies to fuelling stations supplied with natural gas as defined in local applicable gas composition regulations or ISO 13686. It also applies to other gases meeting these requirements including biomethane, upgraded coal-bed methane (CBM) and gas supplies coming from LNG vaporization (on-site or off-site).
ISO 16923:2016 includes all equipment for downstream gas supply connection (i.e. point of separation between the CNG fuelling station piping and the pipeline network). Fuelling station nozzles are not defined in this document.
ISO 16923:2016 covers fuelling stations with the following characteristics:
- slow fill;
- fast fill;
- private access;
- public access (self-service or assisted);
- fuelling stations with fixed storage;
- fuelling stations with mobile storage (daughter station);
- multi-fuel stations.
ISO 16923:2016 is not applicable to domestic CNG fuelling devices without buffer storage.
NOTE ISO 16923:2016 is based on the condition that the gas entering the fuelling station is odorized. For unodorized gas fuelling stations, additional safety requirements are included in Clause 10.

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ISO 16923:2016 covers the design, construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of stations for fuelling compressed natural gas (CNG) to vehicles, including equipment, safety and control devices.
ISO 16923:2016 also applies to portions of a fuelling station where natural gas is in a gaseous state and dispensing CNG derived from liquefied natural gas (LCNG) according to ISO 16924.
ISO 16923:2016 applies to fuelling stations supplied with natural gas as defined in local applicable gas composition regulations or ISO 13686. It also applies to other gases meeting these requirements including biomethane, upgraded coal-bed methane (CBM) and gas supplies coming from LNG vaporization (on-site or off-site).
ISO 16923:2016 includes all equipment for downstream gas supply connection (i.e. point of separation between the CNG fuelling station piping and the pipeline network). Fuelling station nozzles are not defined in this document.
ISO 16923:2016 covers fuelling stations with the following characteristics:
- slow fill;
- fast fill;
- private access;
- public access (self-service or assisted);
- fuelling stations with fixed storage;
- fuelling stations with mobile storage (daughter station);
- multi-fuel stations.
ISO 16923:2016 is not applicable to domestic CNG fuelling devices without buffer storage.
NOTE ISO 16923:2016 is based on the condition that the gas entering the fuelling station is odorized. For unodorized gas fuelling stations, additional safety requirements are included in Clause 10.

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The purpose of the IEC/ISO/IEEE 80005-1 is to define requirements that allow compliant ships to connect to compliant high-voltage shore power supplies through a compatible shore-to-ship connection. IEC 62613 has been written to address the needs of 80005-1 in terms of plugs, socket-outlets, ship connectors and ship inlets (herein referred to as "accessories") to deliver electrical power to ships in ports. IEC 62613 applies to accessories with - three phases and earth with pilot contacts, - one single pole for neutral. These accessories have rated currents not exceeding 500 A and rated operating voltages not exceeding 12 kV 50/60 Hz. These accessories are primarily intended for use outdoors, in a seawater environment, for the shore supply of ships (ship-to-shore connection), in an ambient temperature within the range of 25 °C to +45 °C. NOTE 1: In some countries, other ambient temperatures may prevail and may need to be taken into account. These accessories are not intended for use in hazardous areas. In such locations where special conditions prevail, additional requirements may be necessary. Part 2 of IEC 62613 contains the standard sheets for different configurations of (shore) socket-outlets, (shore) plugs, ship connectors and ship inlets, up to 12 kV, 500 A, 50/60 Hz and with pilot/auxiliary contacts.

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The purpose of the IEC/ISO/IEEE 80005-1 is to define requirements that allow compliant ships to connect to compliant high-voltage shore power supplies through a compatible shore-to-ship connection. IEC 62613 has been written to address the needs of 80005-1 in terms of plugs, socket-outlets, ship connectors and ship inlets (herein referred to as "accessories") to deliver electrical power to ships in ports. IEC 62613 applies to accessories with - three phases and earth with pilot contacts, - one single pole for neutral. These accessories have rated currents not exceeding 500 A and rated operating voltages not exceeding 12 kV 50/60 Hz. These accessories are primarily intended for use outdoors, in a seawater environment, for the shore supply of ships (ship-to-shore connection), in an ambient temperature within the range of 25 °C to +45 °C. NOTE 1: In some countries, other ambient temperatures may prevail and may need to be taken into account. These accessories are not intended for use in hazardous areas. In such locations where special conditions prevail, additional requirements may be necessary. Part 1 of IEC 62613 contains the general requirements;

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ISO 14469:2017 specifies CNG refuelling nozzles and receptacles constructed entirely of new and unused parts and materials, for road vehicles powered by compressed natural gas. A CNG refuelling connector consists of, as applicable, the receptacle and its protective cap (mounted on the vehicle) and the nozzle.
ISO 14469:2017 is applicable only to such devices designed for a service pressure of 20 MPa (200 bar) and 25 MPa (250 bar), to those using CNG according to ISO 15403‑1 and ISO 15403‑2 and having standardized mating components, and to connectors that prevent natural gas vehicles from being fuelled by dispensers with service pressures higher than that of the vehicle, while allowing them to be fuelled by dispensers with service pressures less than or equal to the vehicle fuel system service pressure.
ISO 14469:2017 refers to service pressures of 20 MPa and 25 MPa for:
- size 1: B200 and B250;
- size 2: C200 and C250.

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ISO 14469:2017 specifies CNG refuelling nozzles and receptacles constructed entirely of new and unused parts and materials, for road vehicles powered by compressed natural gas. A CNG refuelling connector consists of, as applicable, the receptacle and its protective cap (mounted on the vehicle) and the nozzle.
ISO 14469:2017 is applicable only to such devices designed for a service pressure of 20 MPa (200 bar) and 25 MPa (250 bar), to those using CNG according to ISO 15403‑1 and ISO 15403‑2 and having standardized mating components, and to connectors that prevent natural gas vehicles from being fuelled by dispensers with service pressures higher than that of the vehicle, while allowing them to be fuelled by dispensers with service pressures less than or equal to the vehicle fuel system service pressure.
ISO 14469:2017 refers to service pressures of 20 MPa and 25 MPa for:
- size 1: B200 and B250;
- size 2: C200 and C250.

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This International Standard sets requirements for LNG bunkering transfer systems and equipment used to bunker LNG fueled ships, which are not covered by the IGC Code. The scope of this standard includes the following five elements.
1) Hardware: Liquid and vapor transfer systems including; connections, rigid articulated piping, hoses, dry disconnect, ERS, and dry break-away emergency release systems and emergency shut systems (ESD stages 1 and 2 )
2) Operational Procedures: Including; communications, minimum personnel protective equipment required, , valve closure times, maintenance/inspection of equipment, and the requirement for the LNG provider and operator of the vessel being bunkered to comply with their detailed fuel handling manual and the emergency procedures specified in 18.2.3 of the IMO IGF Code
3) Requirement for the LNG provider to document the ; fuel quality- temperature- density, and methodology used to meter net energy quantity of LNG transferred
4) Training and qualifications of personnel involved
5) Requirements for LNG facilities to meet applicable ISO standards and local codes

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ISO 12617:2015 specifies liquefied natural gas (LNG) refuelling nozzles and receptacles constructed entirely of new and unused parts and materials for road vehicles powered by LNG. An LNG refuelling connector consists of, as applicable, the receptacle and its protective cap (mounted on the vehicle) and the nozzle. This International standard is applicable only to such devices designed for a maximum working pressure of 3,4 MPa (34 bar) to those using LNG as vehicle fuel and having standardized mating components.
NOTE All references to pressures given in megapascals and bar (1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2) are to be considered gauge pressures, unless otherwise specified.

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ISO 12617:2015 specifies liquefied natural gas (LNG) refuelling nozzles and receptacles constructed entirely of new and unused parts and materials for road vehicles powered by LNG. An LNG refuelling connector consists of, as applicable, the receptacle and its protective cap (mounted on the vehicle) and the nozzle. This International standard is applicable only to such devices designed for a maximum working pressure of 3,4 MPa (34 bar) to those using LNG as vehicle fuel and having standardized mating components.
NOTE All references to pressures given in megapascals and bar (1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2) are to be considered gauge pressures, unless otherwise specified.

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ISO 18246:2015 specifies safety requirements for conductive connection to an external electric power supply of electrically propelled mopeds and motorcycles.
It is not applicable to vehicles not in normal conditions, such as damaged vehicles and vehicles which have mechanical and/or electrical failure.
It applies only to on-board charging systems between the plug or vehicle couplers and RESS circuits.
The safety requirements for vehicles not connected to external power supply are specified in ISO 13063.
NOTE This International Standard does not contain requirements for bidirectional power flow.
It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

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ISO 18246:2015 specifies safety requirements for conductive connection to an external electric power supply of electrically propelled mopeds and motorcycles.
It is not applicable to vehicles not in normal conditions, such as damaged vehicles and vehicles which have mechanical and/or electrical failure.
It applies only to on-board charging systems between the plug or vehicle couplers and RESS circuits.
The safety requirements for vehicles not connected to external power supply are specified in ISO 13063.
NOTE This International Standard does not contain requirements for bidirectional power flow.
It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

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ISO 20519:2017 sets requirements for LNG bunkering transfer systems and equipment used to bunker LNG fuelled vessels, which are not covered by the IGC Code. This document includes the following five elements:
a) hardware: liquid and vapour transfer systems;
b) operational procedures;
c) requirement for the LNG provider to provide an LNG bunker delivery note;
d) training and qualifications of personnel involved;
e) requirements for LNG facilities to meet applicable ISO standards and local codes.

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IEC 61980-1:2020 applies to the supply device for charging electric road vehicles using wireless methods at standard supply voltages per IEC 60038 up to 1 000 V AC and up to 1 500 V DC. Electric road vehicles (EV) covers road vehicles, including plug-in hybrid road vehicles (PHEV) that derive all or part of their energy from on-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS). This document also applies to wireless power transfer (WPT) equipment supplied from on-site storage systems (e.g. buffer batteries). The aspects covered in this document include • the characteristics and operating conditions of a supply device, • the specification for required level of electrical safety of a supply device, • communication between EV device and vehicle to enable and control WPT, • efficiency, alignment and other activities to enable WPT, and • specific EMC requirements for a supply device. The following aspects are under consideration for future documents: • requirements for MF-WPT systems supplying power to EVs in motion; • requirements for bidirectional power transfer. This document does not apply to: • safety aspects related to maintenance, • WPT system for trolley buses, rail vehicles and vehicles designed primarily for use off‑road, and • any safety or EMC requirements for the vehicle side. IEC 61980-1:2020 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2015. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) the contents of IEC 61980-1:2015 have been re-organized so that this document is generally applicable to any WPT technologies; b) technology specific requirements, mostly for MF-WPT in the main text of IEC 61980-1:2015, have been transferred to IEC 61980-2 and IEC 61980-3; c) Annex A, Annex B and Annex C have been removed and contents of these annexes have been transferred to the relevant technology specific parts of the IEC 61980 series; d) duplications and overlaps of the requirements within IEC 61980-1:2015 have been resolved; e) terms and definitions which are specified in IEC 61851-1:2017 and are applicable for WPT system have been directly described in this document, with modification for some terms. The reference to IEC 61851-1 is withdrawn.

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This document defines the minimum requirements to ensure the interoperability of hydrogen refuelling points, including refuelling protocols that dispense gaseous hydrogen to road vehicles (e.g. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles) that comply with legislation applicable to such vehicles.
The safety and performance requirements for the entire hydrogen fuelling station, addressed in accordance with existing relevant European and national legislation, are not included in this document.
NOTE Guidance on considerations for hydrogen fuelling stations is provided in ISO 19880-1:2020.

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This document covers the design and manufacturing, installation and testing, operation and maintenance for vehicle fuelling appliances (VFAs) - the assemblies of the pressure equipment with
- maximum compressor flow rate 20 scm/h,
- maximum fuelling pressure 200 bar at 15°C,
intended for the non-commercial fuelling of natural gas vehicles (NGVs) with compressed natural gas (CNG).
This document is applicable to VFAs supplied with natural gas as defined in local applicable gas composition regulations or EN 16723-2, or with other gases meeting these requirements including biomethane, upgraded coal-bed methane (CBM) and gas from liquefied natural gas (LNG) vaporizer (on-site or off-site).
In case of combination of the certified VFA assembly with additional equipment, such as external storage and/or dispenser, EN ISO 16923 applies to the new assembly - the certified VFA assembly with added external equipment.
In case of combinations of interconnected VFA assemblies, EN ISO 16923 applies to the whole new assembly of the certified VFA assemblies.

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This European Standard lays down harmonized identifiers for marketed liquid and gaseous fuels. The requirements in this standard are to complement the informational needs of users regarding the compatibility between the fuels and the vehicles that are placed on the market. The identifier is intended to be visualized at dispensers and refuelling points, on vehicles, in motor vehicle dealerships and in consumer manuals as described in this document.
Marketed fuels include for example petroleum-derived fuels, synthetic fuels, biofuels, natural gas, LPG, hydrogen and biogas and blends of the aforementioned delivered to mobile applications.
NOTE For the purposes of this document, the terms “% (m/m)” and “% (V/V)” are used to represent respectively the mass fraction, μ, and the volume fraction, φ.

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This document specifies the quality characteristics of hydrogen fuel dispensed at hydrogen refuelling stations for use in proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell road vehicle systems, and the corresponding quality assurance considerations for ensuring uniformity of the hydrogen fuel.

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This document covers the design and manufacturing, installation and testing, operation and maintenance for vehicle fuelling appliances (VFAs) – the assemblies of the pressure equipment with limited technical parameters, intended for the non-commercial fuelling of natural gas vehicles (NGVs) with compressed natural gas (CNG).
This document is applicable to VFAs supplied with natural gas as defined in local applicable gas composition regulations or EN 16723-2, or with other gases meeting these requirements including biomethane, upgraded coal-bed methane (CBM) and gas from liquefied natural gas (LNG) vaporizer (on-site or off-site).
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This European Standard lays down harmonized identifiers for marketed liquid and gaseous fuels. The requirements in this standard are set to complement information needs of users regarding the fuel- and vehicle-compatibility that are placed on the market. The development of this standard focused on vehicles placed on the market for the first time, which does not preclude the application of this standard also to vehicles already in circulation. The identifier is intended to be visualized at dispensers and refuelling points, on vehicles, in motor vehicle dealerships and in consumer manuals as described in this document.
Marketed fuels include for example petroleum-derived fuels, synthetic fuels, biofuels, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen and biogas and blends of the aforementioned delivered to non-stationary applications.

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This document provides specifications for the design, manufacturing, assembling, installation, inspection and operation of natural gas vehicle (NGV) refuelling appliances. This includes vehicle refuelling appliances (VRA) and home refuelling appliances (HRA). This document applies to NGV refuelling appliances intended as a natural gas compressor package containing limited storage.

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