This document applies to carbon brushes for electrical machinery. For the present, it applies only to carbon brushes for commutators and slip-rings in rotating machines. Terms and definitions are relative to the brush construction (references 100’s to 500’s and parts of 900’s) and to the markings when operating on a rotating machine (references 600’s to 800’s). By extension, terms and definitions may be relevant for any kind of sliding electrical contacts for electrical machinery.

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IEC 60276:2018 applies to carbon brushes for electrical machinery. This edition applies only to carbon brushes for commutators and slip-rings in rotating machines. Terms and definitions are relative to the brush construction (references 100’s to 500’s and parts of 900’s) and to the markings when operating on a rotating machine (references 600’s to 800’s). This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:  Some nomenclature has been deleted or added, whereas remaining definitions have been detailed and clarified, to reflect the technical evolution since 1987. Additional definitions have been included to address the request for reviewing this standard, in particular nomenclature of commutator/slip-rings markings, brush markings and commutation sparks codes.

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This part of IEC 61360 specifies principles for the definition of the properties and associated
attributes and explains the methods for representing verbally defined concepts with
appropriate data constructs available from IEC 61360-2. It also specifies principles for
establishing a hierarchy of classification from a collection of classes, each of which
represents a technical concept in the electrotechnical domain or a domain related to
electrotechnology.
The use of this document facilitates the exchange of technical data through a defined
structure for the information to be exchanged in a computer-sensible form. Each property to
be exchanged has an unambiguously defined meaning and consistent naming, where relevant
a defined value list, a prescribed format and defined units of measure for all quantitative
values. There is also provision for:
a) control of changes to definitions of the properties through version and revision numbers;
b) inclusion of notes and remarks to clarify and help in the application of the definitions;
c) indication of the sources of definitions and value lists;
d) associated figures and formulae.
NOTE IEC TCs and SCs, or other organizations can take this document as a basis for the development of their
own dictionaries.
Out of scope of this document are subjects concerning the information technology
infrastructure such as:
– security;
– database locking mechanisms;
– access rights management.

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This part of IEC 61360 series provides a formal model for data according to the scope as given in IEC 61360-1 and ISO 13584-42, and thus provides a means for the computersensible representation and exchange of such data. The intention is to provide a common information model for the work of IEC SC3D and ISO TC184/SC4, thus allowing for the implementation of dictionary systems dealing with data delivered according to either of the standards elaborated by both committees. The scope of this part of IEC 61360 is the common ISO/IEC dictionary schema based on the intersection of the scopes of the two base standards IEC 61360-1 and ISO 13584-42. The presented EXPRESS model represents a common formal model for the two standards and facilitates a harmonization of both. The IEC 61360-2 forms the master document. ISO 13584-42 contains a copy of the IEC 61360-2 EXPRESS model in an informative annex In a number of clauses, where the common EXPRESS model allows more freedom, IEC has defined more restrictions which are found in the methodology part of IEC 61360-1. Two schemas are provided in this part of IEC 61360 defining the two options that may be selected for an implementation. Each of these options is referred to as a conformance class.  The ISO13584_IEC61360_dictionary_schema2 provides for modelling and exchanging technical data element types with associated classification scheme used in the data element type definitions. It constitutes conformance class 1 of this part of IEC 61360.
The ISO13584_IEC61360_language_resource_schema provides resources for permitting strings in various languages. It has been extracted from the dictionary schema, since it could be used in other schemata. It is largely based on the support_resource_schema from ISO 10303-41:2000, and can be seen as an extension to that. It allows for the usage of one specific language throughout an exchange context (physical file) without the overhead introduced when multiple languages are used. When used together with ISO 10303-21, each schema defines one single exchange format. The exchange format defined by conformance class 1 is fully compatible with the ISO 13584 series.

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This part of IEC 61360 specifies within two dictionaries: o the definitions of data element types for electric components and materials used in electrotechnical equipment and systems; o the definitions of the component classes with associated classification scheme. These definitions are related to electric components including electronic and electromechanical components and materials used in electrotechnical equipment and systems. The object of this standard is to provide a set of uniquely-identified data element types with o an unambiguously defined meaning; o a defined value format, and o a prescribed value domain for the non-quantitative data element types. The classification scheme for components, the component class definitions (whereby the relevant and the valid characteristic properties by specific data element types are assigned to each class of components) are used to define the data element types unambiguously and to make the entire set of data element types manageable. The collection of data element types from this standard are meant for use in computerized systems for component selection and component management, parts list processing and computer-aided design, -manufacturing and -testing.

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Provides the extension of the common ISO/IEC dictionary schema for the definition of concepts which are used in EN 61360-1 but which are not addressed by the information models specified in EN 61360-2. Provides a formal model for data and provides, with EN 61360-2, a means for the computer-sensible representation and exchange of all data which comply with EN 61360-1.

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Establishes a vocabulary of definitions and terms for classes of brush grades, brushes, tops, flexibles (shunts) and connections, terminals, commutators and slip-rings, commutator marking and other miscellaneous details. Contains illustrations for each term. Gives the terms in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. Note: -For definitions and terminology of brushholders for electrical machines, see IEC 60560.

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This part of IEC 61360 provides a firm basis for the clear and unambiguous definition of characteristic properties (data element types) of all elements of electrotechnical systems from basic components to sub-assemblies and full systems. Although originally conceived in the context of providing a basis for the exchange of information on electric/electronic components, the principles and methods of this standard may be used in areas outside the original conception such as assemblies of components and electrotechnical systems and subsystems. In addition, this standard provides for establishing a classification hierarchy and the allocation of applicable and relevant properties to each of the classes so established in order to describe fully the characteristics of objects belonging to that class. Use of this standard facilitates the exchange of data describing electrotechnical systems through a defined structure for the information to be exchanged in a computer-sensible form. Each property to be exchanged will have an unambiguously defined meaning and consistent naming, where relevant a defined value list, a prescribed format and defined units of measure for all quantitative values. There is also provision for:
– control of changes to definitions of the properties through version and revision numbers;
– inclusion of notes and remarks to clarify and help in the application of the definitions;
– indication of the sources of definitions and value lists;
– associated figures and formulae.
NOTE IEC TCs and SCs, or other organizations may take this part of IEC 61360 as a basis for the development of their own dictionaries.

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Superseded by EN 61360-2:2013

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 61360-4:2005

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 61360-2:2002

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EN following parallel vote * Superseded by EN 61360-1:2002

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Specifies: the definitions of data element types for electric components and materials used in electrotechnical equipment and systems; the definitions of component classes with associated classification scheme; the definition of the terms used to clarify this classification scheme. The collection of data element types from this standard are meant for use in computerized systems for component selection and component management, parts list processing and CAD, CAM, and CAT. This first edition will be the last one as hard copy. Subsequent amendments will only be supplied in a computer sensible form. See IEC 61360-3 for maintenance and validation procedures.

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Specifies the principles to be used for defining technical data element types with associated classification schemes needed to describe fully electric components, electronic components, electronic and electromechanical materials used in electro-technical equipment and systems. These data element types and their classification schemes are meant for use in computerized systems for component selection and management, parts list processing and computer aided design, manufacturing and testing.

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