2021-04-14: D168/C076: Publication approved
2021-02-01: The aim of this A11 is to add Annexes ZZ & ZA to EN 60838-1:2017 & its A1 to allow citation

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NEXT ACTION: HAS consultant to confirm TC successfully addressed comments after negative PUB assessment.
2020-08-12 NEXT ACTION: TC ACTION BY 2020-09-30
2020-08-12 TC to provide elements for assessment at PUB
20200325: consultant assessment missing. Document block until the document is approved by the consultant.

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NEXT ACTION: BT approved publication with Annexes ZZ and ZA
2020-07-30 NEXT ACTION: CCMC ACTION BY 2020-09-30
2020-03-05 second assessment refused
2020-03-05: assessment negative, document blocked until such a time as the assessment can be resolved.
2020-01-31 PeC: Annex ZA was sent for assessment, to be added to the standard

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IEC 63046:2020 provides requirements and recommendations for the overall Electrical Power System. In particular, it covers interruptible and uninterruptible Electrical Power Systems including the systems supplying the I&C systems; This document is consistent and coherent with IEC 61513. Like IEC 61513, this document also highlights the need for complete and precise requirements, derived from the plant safety goals. Those requirements are prerequisites for generating the comprehensive requirements for the overall Electrical Power System architecture, and for the electrical power supply sub-systems. This document establishes the high level specification and requirement to implement a suitable Electrical Power System in a NPP that supports reactor systems important to safety. It also enables electrical energy production providing the transmission grid with active and reactive power and electro-mechanical inertia.

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It contains the recommendations of the IEC in regard to Lamp Caps and Holders in general use today, together with relevant gauges, with the object of securing International interchangeability. The gauges illustrated, although generally accepted in principle, are not necessarily the only form in which they can be made.

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It contains the recommendations of the IEC in regard to Lamp Caps and Holders in general use today, together with relevant gauges, with the object of securing International interchangeability. The gauges illustrated, although generally accepted in principle, are not necessarily the only form in which they can be made.

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IEC 61439-7:2018 defines the specific requirements of assemblies as follows:
- assemblies for which the rated voltage does not exceed 1 000 V in the case of AC or 1 500 V in the case of DC;
– assemblies intended for use in connection with the generation, transmission, distribution and conversion of electric energy, and for the control of electric energy consuming equipment;
– assemblies operated by ordinary persons (e.g. plug and unplug of electrical equipment);
– assemblies intended to be installed and used in market squares, marinas, campsites and other similar outdoor public sites;
– assemblies intended for charging stations for electric vehicles (AEVCS) for Mode 3 and Mode 4. They are designed to integrate the functionality and additional requirements for electric vehicle conductive charging systems according to IEC 61851-1:2017.
This first edition cancels and replaces the relevant technical specification published in 2014. It constitutes a technical revision.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous technical specification:
a new classification of the stationary ASSEMBLIES in accordance with their mechanical resistance (5.702);
a new Table 702 with the list of tests and relevant severities to which the ASSEMBLIES have to be subjected according to the classification mentioned at point a);
a new Annex (CC) with a new endurance test for the individual switching devices intended to be used in AEVSC, if they have not already been tested against this requirement;
a general editorial review and a technical revision.  The contents of the corrigendum of August 2019 have been included in this copy.

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This document states the technical and dimensional requirements for lampholders for tubular
fluorescent lamps and for starterholders, and the methods of test to be used in determining
the safety and the fit of the lamps in the lampholders and the starters in the starterholders.
This document covers independent lampholders and lampholders for building-in, used with
tubular fluorescent lamps provided with caps as listed in Annex A, and independent
starterholders and starterholders for building-in, used with starters in accordance with
IEC 60155, intended for use in AC circuits where the working voltage does not exceed
1 000 V r.m.s.
This document also covers lampholders for single-capped tubular fluorescent lamps
integrated in an outer shell and dome similar to Edison screw lampholders (e.g. for G23 and
G24 capped lamps). Such lampholders are tested in accordance with the following clauses
and subclauses of IEC 60238: 9.4; 9.5; 9.6; 10.3; 11.7; 12; 13.2; 13.5; 13.6; 13.7; 14; 16.3;
16.4; 16.5 and 16.9.
This document also covers lampholders which are integral with a luminaire or intended to be
built into appliances. It covers the requirements for the lampholder only. For all other requirements,
such as protection against electric shock in the area of the terminals, the requirements of the
relevant appliance standard are applicable and tested after building into the appropriate
equipment, when that equipment is tested according to its own standard. Lampholders for use
by luminaire manufacturers only are not for retail sale.
This document also applies, as far as is reasonable, to lampholders and starterholders other
than the types explicitly mentioned above and to lamp connectors.
Where the term "holder" is used in this document, both lampholders and starterholders are
intended.
Where the term “bi-pin lampholder” is used, lampholders for wedged caps are also intended.

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The contents of the corrigendum of January 2018 have been included in this copy.

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The contents of the corrigendum of January 2018 have been included in this copy.

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This International Standard applies to lampholders with Edison thread E14, E27 and E40,
designed for connection to the supply of lamps and semi-luminaires1 only.
It also applies to switched-lampholders for use in AC circuits only, where the working voltage
does not exceed 250 V r.m.s.
This standard also applies to lampholders with Edison thread E5 designed for connection to
the supply mains of series connected lamps, with a working voltage not exceeding 25 V, to be
used indoors, and to lampholders with Edison thread E10 designed for connection to the
supply mains of series connected lamps, with a working voltage not exceeding 60 V, to be
used indoors or outdoors. It also applies to lampholders E10 for building-in, for the
connection of single lamps to the supply. These lampholders are not intended for retail sale.
As far as it reasonably applies, this standard also covers lampholders other than lampholders
with Edison thread designed for connection of series-connected lamps to the supply.
NOTE This type of lampholder is for example used in Christmas tree lighting chains.
As far as it reasonably applies, this standard also covers adapters.
This standard also covers lampholders which are, wholly or partly, integral with a luminaire or
intended to be built into appliances. It covers the requirements for the lampholder only. For
all other requirements, such as protection against electric shock in the area of the terminals
or of the lamp cap, the requirements of the relevant appliance standard are observed and
tested after building into the appropriate equipment, when that equipment is tested according
to its own standard. Such lampholders as well as lampholders provided with a snap-on outer
shell, for use by luminaire manufacturers only, are not for retail sale.
This standard applies to lampholders to be used indoors or outdoors in residential as well as
in industrial lighting installations. It also applies to candle lampholders. In locations where
special conditions prevail, as for street lighting, on board ships, in vehicles and in hazardous
locations, for example where explosions are liable to occur, special constructions may be
required.
This standard does not apply to three-light lampholders E26d.
This standard is based on the following data relative to lamps for general lighting service:
– caps E14 are used for lamps with a current not exceeding 2 A;
– caps E27 are used for lamps with a current not exceeding 4 A;
– caps E40 are used for lamps with a current not exceeding 16 A, or 32 A if the nominal
voltage of the supply does not exceed 130 V (see 5.5 and 6.3).
Where lampholders are used in luminaires, their maximum operating temperatures are
specified in IEC 60598.

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