This document applies to cooking fume extractors incorporating a fan for the recirculation
or extraction mode situated in a household kitchen.
It can also be used for cooking fume extractors where the fan is mounted separately from the
appliance, but controlled by the appliance when the fan is defined in the technical
documentation (e.g. name plate data) and instructions for installation.
This document deals also with down-draft systems arranged beside, behind or under the
cooking appliance.
This document defines the main performance characteristics of these appliances, which are of
interest to the user, and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics.
This document does not specify a classification or ranking for performance.
NOTE This document does not deal with safety requirements that are in accordance with IEC 60335-1 and
IEC 60335-2-31.

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EN 15181:2007+A1specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3. 1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E !or third family gases", possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.This European Standard applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.This European Standard also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.It is not applicable to:- microwave combination ovens;- small cavities ovens (3.2);- oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;- cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;- ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;!Deleted text"This European Standard is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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This part of IEC 60350 defines methods for measuring the performance of electric hobs for
household use.
Appliances covered by this document can be built-in or designed to be placed on a work
surface. The hob can also be a part of a cooking range.
This document does not apply to portable appliances for cooking, grilling and similar functions
(see IEC 61817).
This document defines the main performance characteristics of hobs which are of interest to
the user and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics.
This document does not specify a classification or ranking for performance.
NOTE 1 Some of the tests which are specified in this document are not considered to be reproducible since the
results can vary between laboratories. They are therefore intended for comparative testing purposes only.
NOTE 2 This document does not deal with safety requirements (IEC 60335-2-6 and IEC 60335-2-9).

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IEC 60350-2:2017(E) defines methods for measuring the performance of electric hobs for household use. Appliances covered by this document can be built-in or designed to be placed on a work surface. The hob can also be a part of a cooking range. This document does not apply to portable appliances for cooking, grilling and similar functions (see IEC 61817). This document defines the main performance characteristics of hobs which are of interest to the user and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics. This document does not specify a classification or ranking for performance. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) terms and definitions revised and new definitions added (see 3); b) following the new market trend, requirements related to so-called flexible and free induction zones - in this document named as cooking areas - are added; c) specification for standardized and alternative cookware is introduced (see 5.6); d) measurement procedure reflecting a household-like cooking process for measuring the energy consumption is introduced (see Clause 7 and Annex A); e) revision of measurement procedure for determining the accuracy of control (see Clause 8); f) new reproducible measurement procedure for assessing the heat distribution (see Clause 9); g) additional requirements (according to IEC 62301:2011) on how to measure low-power modes.

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IEC 60350-1:2016 is available as IEC 60350-1:2016 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition. IEC 60350-1:2016 specifies methods for measuring the performance of electric cooking ranges, ovens, steam ovens, and grills for household use. The ovens covered by this standard may be with or without microwave function. Manufacturers should define the primary cooking function of the appliance microwave function or thermal heat. The primary cooking function should be measured with an existing method according to energy consumption. If the primary cooking function is declared in the instruction manual as a microwave function, IEC 60705 is applied for energy consumption measurement. If the primary cooking function is declared as a thermal heat, then IEC 60350-1 is applied for energy consumption measurement. If the primary function is not declared by the manufacturer, the performance of the microwave function and thermal heat should be measured as far as it is possible. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of these appliances which are of interest to the user and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics. This standard does not specify a classification or ranking for performance. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2011. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - new definitions for "set to off mode" and "set to standby mode" are included in Clause 3; - reference to ISO 80000 regarding rounding; - more exact determination of the mass of the appliances (6.2); - update of the existing 7.3 in order to improve the clarity of procedure; - additional temperature requirement in 7.4.3 to ensure an adequate temperature setting during the energy measurement process; - editorial changes in 7.6.1.3, 7.6.2.1, 7.6.2.2 and 7.6.2.3; - revision of Clause 8 in order to increase the repeatability for the measurements for steam ovens; - Clause 12 "Standby power" is renamed to "Consumption measurement of low power modes" and the content is adapted for IEC 62301:2011; - replacing the supplier for the colouring measurement device in Clause C.6, because the previous device is no longer available; - adaptation of Annex A to the new supplier of colouring measurement devices; - adaptation of Annex E; - measurement method for measuring the consumption of the cooling down period is added in the informative, new Annex G; - measurement method to check applied microwave energy during the measurement according to 7.4 is added in the informative Annex H; - new Annex I for marking the temperature setting for checking the oven temperature.

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This European Standard sets out the requirements and the test method for the rational use of energy of gas burning domestic cooking appliances, in accordance with EN 30 1-1:2008+A3:2013, Clause 1.
This European Standard covers type testing only.
NOTE   The calorific values specified in this European Standard are based on the gross calorific value (Hs) as defined in EN 30–1-1:2008+A3:2013.

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Applies to range hoods incorporating a fan for the recirculation or forced removal of air from above a hob situated in a household kitchen. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of range hoods and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics, for the information of users.

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Applies to range hoods incorporating a fan for the recirculation or forced removal of air from above a hob situated in a household kitchen. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of range hoods and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics, for the information of users.

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IEC 61649:2008 provides methods for analysing data from a Weibull distribution using continuous parameters such as time to failure, cycles to failure, mechanical stress, etc. This standard is applicable whenever data on strength parameters, e.g. times to failure, cycles, stress, etc. are available for a random sample of items operating under test conditions or in-service, for the purpose of estimating measures of reliability performance of the population from which these items were drawn. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are as follows: the title has been shortened and simplified to read 'Weibull analysis'; and provision of methods for both analytical and graphical solutions have been added.

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IEC 61591:2019 applies to cooking fume extractors incorporating a fan for the recirculation or extraction mode situated in a household kitchen. It can also be used for cooking fume extractors where the fan is mounted separately from the appliance, but controlled by the appliance when the fan is defined in the technical documentation (e.g. name plate data) and instructions for installation. This document deals also with down-draft systems arranged beside, behind or under the cooking appliance. This document defines the main performance characteristics of these appliances, which are of interest to the user, and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics. This document does not specify a classification or ranking for performance. This document does not deal with safety requirements that are in accordance with IEC 60335-1 and IEC 60335-2-31. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 1997, Amendment 1:2005 and Amendment 2:2010. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) new subclause about instruments and measurements (see 6.6); b) new procedure for measuring the fluid dynamic efficiency (FDE), which follows the CENELEC proposal in principle; c) revised procedure for determining the odour reduction for cooking fume extractors in recirculation mode (see Clause 12); d) modification to the measurement of the effectiveness of the lighting system (see Clause 11); e) clearer procedure to measure the grease absorption (see Clause 13);

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EN 15181:2007+A1specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3. 1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E !or third family gases", possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.This European Standard applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.This European Standard also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.It is not applicable to:- microwave combination ovens;- small cavities ovens (3.2);- oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;- cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;- ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;!Deleted text"This European Standard is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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Applies to range hoods incorporating a fan for the recirculation or forced removal of air from above a hob situated in a household kitchen. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of range hoods and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics, for the information of users.

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Applies to range hoods incorporating a fan for the recirculation or forced removal of air from above a hob situated in a household kitchen. The standard defines the mainperformance characteristics of range hoods, and methods of measurement.

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This document specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3.1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E, possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.
It applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.
It also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.
It is not applicable to:
-   microwave combination ovens;
-   small cavities ovens (3.2);
-   oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;
-   cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;
-   ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;
-   appliances designed for use with gases of the third family only.
This document is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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This European Standard specifies the method of test for determining the gas energy consumption in gas-fired domestic ovens when they are being used in one or more of the oven cooking modes defined in 3.1. It applies to the gas-fired domestic ovens which are capable of utilizing gases of group H or group E, possibly after conversion according to instructions for use.
This European Standard applies to these gas-fired domestic ovens, whether they are separate appliances or component parts of domestic cooking appliances.
This European Standard also applies to domestic appliances that can utilize gas and/or electrical energy to provide heat for cooking when the ovens are utilizing gas energy to provide heat for cooking, but not when electric energy is used to provide any or all of the heat for cooking in the oven.
It is not applicable to:
-   microwave combination ovens;
-   small cavities ovens (3.2);
-   oven cavities not provided with devices to detect and control the temperature for the preparation of food;
-   cooking modes others than defined in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2;
-   ovens connected to a chimney in which the gas energy for cooking provides, by design, also space and/or water heating;
-   appliances designed for use with gases of the third family only.
This European Standard is concerned neither with safety nor with overall performance requirements.

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D146/C058: NWI approved  for UAP*2014-04-22: UAP allocated to cpalagi@cencenelec.eu

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IEC 60350-1:2011 specifies methods for measuring the performance of electric cooking ranges, ovens, steam ovens, and grills for household use. The ovens covered by this standard may be with or without microwave function. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of these appliances which are of interest to the user and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics. This standard does not specify requirements for performance. This first edition of IEC 60350-1 is related to IEC 60350:1999 which shall be separated in two parts: one part for cooking ranges, ovens and steam ovens and the other part for hobs. This part 1 of IEC 60350 covers cooking ranges, ovens, steam ovens and grills, and IEC 60350-2 covers hobs. The contents of the corrigendum of February 2012 have been included in this copy.

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IEC 60350-2:2011 defines methods for measuring the performance of electric hobs for household use. Appliances covered by this standard may be built-in or for placing on a working surface or the floor. The hob can also be a part of a cooking range. This standard defines the main performance characteristics of these appliances which are of interest to the user and specifies methods for measuring these characteristics. This standard does not specify requirements for performance. This first edition of IEC 60350-2 is related to IEC 60350:1999 which shall be separated in two parts: one part for cooking ranges, ovens and steam ovens and the other part for hobs. This part 2 of IEC 60350 covers hobs, and IEC 60350-1 covers ovens.

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