2020-12-03: This AMD will revise Annex ZZ and allow citation of EN 61800-5-1:2007 & its A1:2017

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IEC 61800-2:2015 applies to adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the a.c. motors. It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors from a BDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1 kV a.c. 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV d.c. input side.
NOTE 1 Adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors, and with rated converter input voltages above 1 000 V a.c. are covered by IEC 61800-4.
NOTE 2 Adjustable speed electric d.c. power drive systems intended to feed d.c. motors are covered by IEC 61800-1.
NOTE 3 For adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems having series-connected electronic power converter sections, the line-to-line voltage is the sum of the series connected input voltages.
Traction applications and electric vehicles are excluded from the scope of this standard. IEC 61800-2:2015 is intended to define the following aspects of an a.c. power drive system (PDS):
- principal parts of the PDS;
- ratings and performance;
- specifications for the environment in which the PDS is intended to be installed and operated;
- other specifications which might be applicable when specifying a complete PDS.
This standard provides minimum requirements, which may be used for the development of a specification between customer and manufacturer. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition.
a) Clause 1 (Scope) has been updated,
b) Clause 2 (Normative references) has been updated,
c) Clause 3 (Definitions) has been updated including fundamental definitions to be used across the IEC 61800 series of standards,
d) Clause 4 has been updated with respect to:
1) description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (4.2);
2) ratings and performance (4.3 and 4.4);
3) reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), Electrical safety (IEC 61800-5-1), Functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), Load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), Communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series) and Power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8) to avoid conflicting requirements (4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12);
4) update of requirement for ECO design (4.8);
5) update of requirement for environmental evaluation (4.9);
6) implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (4.13).
e) Clause 5 has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement.
f) Clause 6 has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within the IEC 61800 series.
g) Existing Annexes A to G have been deleted and replaced with new Annexes A to C.

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IEC 61800-2:2021 applies to adjustable speed electric AC power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the AC motors.
It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed AC motors from a BDM or CDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 35 kV AC 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV DC input side.
NOTE Adjustable speed electric DC power drive systems intended to feed DC motors are covered by IEC 61800-1.
This documents defines and describes a non-exhaustive list of criteria for the selection of BDM/CDM/PDS performance and functional attributes. This list is reviewed by the responsible parties to determine considerations for the design of device(s), equipment or system(s) with related testing specification. It also suggests a selection of performance and functional attributes for driven equipment and extended products. The performance and functional attributes focus on the following categories:
principal parts topology and classification of the PDS;
ratings, performance and functionality;
specifications for the environment in which the PDS is intended to be installed and operated;
other specifications which might be applicable when specifying a complete PDS.  Traction applications and electric vehicles are excluded from the scope of this document.
This document provides a non-exhaustive list from which minimum requirements can be used for the development of a specification between customer and manufacturer based on the application requirements. This same non-exhaustive list can be used by a manufacturer to determine the minimum requirements for a commoditised BDM/CDM/PDS without customer interaction based on the specified application of that BDM/CDM/PDS.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second 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 requirements from IEC 61800-4 for high-voltage PDS are now merged with requirements from IEC 61800-2:2015;
b. Clause 1 has been updated to introduce the new concept of Clause 4;
c. terms and definitions in Table 1 to Table 4 have been classified in logical order; classification in low voltage and high voltage has been considered in Table 5, and Figure 3 clarifies boundaries within BDM/CDM/PDS.
d. Clause 4 is new and creates the methods for evaluating a product to this document;
e. Clause 5 has been updated with respect to:  
specific content for high-voltage BDM/CDM/PDS;
description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (5.2);
ratings and performance (5.3 and 5.4);
reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), electrical safety (IEC 61800-5-1), functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series), power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8), and ecodesign (IEC 61800-9 series) to avoid conflicting requirements (5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.10, 5.11, 5.12);
update of requirement for ecodesign (5.8);
update of requirement for environmental evaluation (5.9);
implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (5.14);  f) Clause  REF _Ref51162898 \w \h 6 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000D0000005F00520065006600350031003100360032003800390038000000  has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement;
g) Clause  REF _Ref336520009 \w \h 7 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003300330036003500320030003000300039000000  has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within IEC 61800 (all parts);
h) existing  REF _Ref51162926 \w \h Annex A 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000D0000005F0052006500660035003100310036003200390032003

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IEC 61800-1:2021 applies to adjustable speed electric DC power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the DC motors.
It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed DC motors from a BDM/CDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1 kV AC 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV DC input side.
NOTE 1 Adjustable speed electric AC power drive systems intended to feed AC motors are covered by
IEC 61800-2.
NOTE 2 This document can be used as a reference for adjustable speed electric power drive systems, intended to feed DC motors from a BDM/CDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1,5 kV AC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 2,25 kV DC input side.
This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) the clause structure has been harmonized with IEC 61800-2;
b) Clause 2 has been updated;
c) Clause 3 has been updated including fundamental definitions to be used across IEC 61800 (all parts);
d) Clause 4 has been updated with respect to:
1) description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (4.2);
2) ratings and performance (4.3 and 4.4);
3) reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), general safety (IEC 61800-5-1), functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series),power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8), and ecodesign energy efficiency standards (IEC 61800-9) to avoid conflicting requirements (4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12);
4) update of requirement for ecodesign (4.8);
5) update of requirement for environmental evaluation (4.9);
6) implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (4.13);
e) Clause 5 has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement;
f) Clause 6 has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within IEC 61800 (all parts);
g) the Annexes have been updated.

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This part of IEC 60034 specifies the parameters for eight designs of starting performance of
single-speed three-phase 50 Hz or 60 Hz cage induction motors in accordance with
IEC 60034-1 that:
– have a rated voltage up to 1 000 V;
– are intended for direct-on-line or star-delta starting;
– are rated on the basis of duty type S1;
– are constructed to any degree of protection and explosion protection.
This document also applies to dual voltage motors provided that the flux saturation level is the
same for both voltages.
The values of torque, apparent power and current given in this document are limiting values
(that is, minimum or maximum without tolerance).
NOTE 1 It is not expected that all manufacturers will produce machines for all eight designs. The selection of any
specific design in accordance with this document will be a matter of agreement between the manufacturer and the
purchaser.
NOTE 2 Designs other than the eight specified may be necessary for particular applications.
NOTE 3 It should be noted that values given in manufacturers' catalogues may include tolerances in accordance
with IEC 60034-1.
NOTE 4 The values tabled for locked rotor apparent power are based on r.m.s. symmetrical steady state locked
rotor currents; at motor switch on there will be a one-half cycle asymmetrical instantaneous peak current which
may range from 1,8 to 2,8 times the steady state locked rotor value. The current peak and decay time are a
function of the motor design and switching angle.

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IEC 61800-9-1:2017 specifies the general methodology to energy efficiency standardization for any extended product by using the guidance of the extended product approach (EPA). This document specifies the methodology of determination of losses of the extended product and its sub-parts. It is applicable to motor systems operated by a motor starter or by a converter (power drive systems).

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IEC 61800-9-2:2017 specifies energy efficiency indicators of power electronics (complete drive modules, CDM), power drive systems (PDS) and motor starters, all used for motor driven equipment. It specifies the methodology for the determination of losses of the complete drive module (CDM), the power drive system (PDS) and the motor system. It defines IE and IES-classes, their limit values and provides test procedures for the classification of the overall losses of the motor system. Furthermore, this document proposes a methodology for the implementation of the best energy efficiency solution of drive systems. This depends on the architecture of the motor driven system, on the speed/load profile and on the operating points over time of the driven equipment.

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2017-05-02: D156/C084 - Ratified standards not being made available.
Published following BT156/DG10475/DV

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IEC 61800-9-2:2017 specifies energy efficiency indicators of power electronics (complete drive modules, CDM), power drive systems (PDS) and motor starters, all used for motor driven equipment. It specifies the methodology for the determination of losses of the complete drive module (CDM), the power drive system (PDS) and the motor system.
It defines IE and IES-classes, their limit values and provides test procedures for the classification of the overall losses of the motor system.
Furthermore, this document proposes a methodology for the implementation of the best energy efficiency solution of drive systems.
This depends on the architecture of the motor driven system, on the speed/load profile and on the operating points over time of the driven equipment.

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IEC 61800-9-1:2017 specifies the general methodology to energy efficiency standardization for any extended product by using the guidance of the extended product approach (EPA).
This document specifies the methodology of determination of losses of the extended product and its sub-parts. It is applicable to motor systems operated by a motor starter or by a converter (power drive systems).

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IEC 60793-2-70: 2017 This part of IEC 60793 is applicable to optical fibre types D1, D2, D3, as described in  REF _Ref459118742 \h \* MERGEFORMAT Table 1 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003400350039003100310038003700340032000000 . These fibres are polarization-maintaining fibre types, and are used or can be incorporated in information transmission equipment and optical fibre cable. These fibres are available for use in optical transport networks. Three types of requirements apply to these fibres:
- general requirements defined in IEC 60793-2;
- specific requirements common to the category D polarization-maintaining fibres covered in this document and which are given in Clause 4;
- particular requirements applicable to individual fibre types or specific applications, which are defined in Annexes A to C.
Table 1 – Categories of glass core/glass clad polarization-maintaining fibres      
Category  
Type  
Description    
D1  
Polarization-maintaining fibre suitable for use at 980 nm  
This category of polarization-maintaining fibre is optimised for polarization-maintaining ability in the 980 nm region. This fibre is used for erbium-doped fibre amplifier.    
D2  
Polarization-maintaining fibre suitable for use at 1 310 nm  
This category of polarization-maintaining fibre is optimised for polarization-maintaining ability and connection property of category B fibres in the 1 310 nm region.    
D3  
Polarization-maintaining fibre suitable for use at 1 550 nm  
This category of polarization-maintaining fibre is optimised for polarization-maintaining ability and connection property of category B fibres in the
1 550 nm region.

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This International Standard applies to the traction system consisting (when it applies) of traction motor(s), converter(s), traction control equipment including software, transformer, input filters, brake resistors, main circuit-breaker, cooling equipment, transducers, contactors, etc.
Current collector, mechanical braking systems and gearbox are not in the scope of this
standard.
Types of motors applicable in this standard are asynchronous, or synchronous including permanent magnet (PMM), or direct current (DC).
The auxiliary converter(s) is (are) part of the scope when the auxiliary converter is enclosed within the traction converter. Otherwise, when the traction system feeds an auxiliary system outside the traction converter, the auxiliary system can be replaced by an equivalent load. NOTE 1 Energy storage system is not considered in this standard since there is no specific type test standard for energy storage system.
NOTE 2 Auxiliary loads validation is not part of this standard.
NOTE 3 The gearbox can be part of test set-up, but it is not a part of traction system.
The objective of this standard is to specify the type test of a traction system, mainly comprising of:
– test of performance characteristics;
– test methods of verifying these performance characteristics.
This standard does not specify the type test of each individual component.
The traction system under test incorporates at least one complete traction conversion line (at least one traction converter and its related loads, one transformer in the case of AC supply or input filter in the case of DC supply). The representativeness of the traction system under test versus the actual traction system is agreed between the user and manufacturer.
The traction system under test is equipped with components that are representative of the production series.
Deviations may be permitted by agreement between user and manufacturer, and are justified from an impact stand point in advance of the test. Using equivalent components or parts is permitted if no significant influence on the test result is expected.

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IEC 61800-2:2015 applies to adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the a.c. motors. It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors from a BDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1 kV a.c. 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV d.c. input side. NOTE 1 Adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors, and with rated converter input voltages above 1 000 V a.c. are covered by IEC 61800-4. NOTE 2 Adjustable speed electric d.c. power drive systems intended to feed d.c. motors are covered by IEC 61800-1. NOTE 3 For adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems having series-connected electronic power converter sections, the line-to-line voltage is the sum of the series connected input voltages. Traction applications and electric vehicles are excluded from the scope of this standard. IEC 61800-2:2015 is intended to define the following aspects of an a.c. power drive system (PDS): - principal parts of the PDS; - ratings and performance; - specifications for the environment in which the PDS is intended to be installed and operated; - other specifications which might be applicable when specifying a complete PDS. This standard provides minimum requirements, which may be used for the development of a specification between customer and manufacturer. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition. a) Clause 1 (Scope) has been updated, b) Clause 2 (Normative references) has been updated, c) Clause 3 (Definitions) has been updated including fundamental definitions to be used across the IEC 61800 series of standards, d) Clause 4 has been updated with respect to: 1) description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (4.2); 2) ratings and performance (4.3 and 4.4); 3) reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), Electrical safety (IEC 61800-5-1), Functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), Load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), Communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series) and Power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8) to avoid conflicting requirements (4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12); 4) update of requirement for ECO design (4.8); 5) update of requirement for environmental evaluation (4.9); 6) implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (4.13). e) Clause 5 has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement. f) Clause 6 has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within the IEC 61800 series. g) Existing Annexes A to G have been deleted and replaced with new Annexes A to C.

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This part of EN 50598 specifies the process and requirements to implement environmental conscious product design principles, to evaluate eco-design performance and to communicate the potential environmental impacts for power driven systems, motor starters, power electronics (e.g. Complete Drive Modules, CDM) used in motor driven applications (motor driven loads) for low voltage (less than 1000V) and in the power range of 0,12 kW up to 1000 kW during the whole life cycle.
It defines the content for 2 different environmental declaration types:
   The basic version, an environmental declaration type II, with basic data and qualitative statements on eco design, as defined in EN ISO 14021
   The full version, an environmental declaration type III as defined in EN ISO 14025, including quantitatively evaluated potential environmental impacts. For that product category rules [PCR] for motor system components are included to assure an harmonized life cycle assessment methodology.
This part of EN 50598 is harmonized with the applicable generic and horizontal environmental standards and contains the additional details relevant for the above mentioned products.
This part of EN 50598 applies to the components of a motor system as defined in EN 50XXX 1.

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This part of EN 50598 provides the general requirements to energy efficiency standardization for any extended product by using the guidance of the extended product approach (EPA).
It enables product committees for driven equipment with embedded motor systems (so called extended products) to interface with the relative power losses of the embedded motor system (e.g. PDS) in order to calculate the system energy efficiency for the whole application.
This shall be based on specified calculation models for speed/load profiles, the duty profiles and relative power losses of appropriate torque versus speed operating points.
This part of EN 50598 specifies the methodology of determination of losses of the extended product and its sub-parts.
This part of EN 50598 does not specify requirements for environmental impact declarations.

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IEC 61800-2:2015 applies to adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the a.c. motors. It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors from a BDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1 kV a.c. 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV d.c. input side.
NOTE 1 Adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors, and with rated converter input voltages above 1 000 V a.c. are covered by IEC 61800-4.
NOTE 2 Adjustable speed electric d.c. power drive systems intended to feed d.c. motors are covered by IEC 61800-1.
NOTE 3 For adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems having series-connected electronic power converter sections, the line-to-line voltage is the sum of the series connected input voltages.
Traction applications and electric vehicles are excluded from the scope of this standard. IEC 61800-2:2015 is intended to define the following aspects of an a.c. power drive system (PDS):
- principal parts of the PDS;
- ratings and performance;
- specifications for the environment in which the PDS is intended to be installed and operated;
- other specifications which might be applicable when specifying a complete PDS.
This standard provides minimum requirements, which may be used for the development of a specification between customer and manufacturer. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition.
a) Clause 1 (Scope) has been updated,
b) Clause 2 (Normative references) has been updated,
c) Clause 3 (Definitions) has been updated including fundamental definitions to be used across the IEC 61800 series of standards,
d) Clause 4 has been updated with respect to:
1) description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (4.2);
2) ratings and performance (4.3 and 4.4);
3) reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), Electrical safety (IEC 61800-5-1), Functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), Load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), Communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series) and Power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8) to avoid conflicting requirements (4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12);
4) update of requirement for ECO design (4.8);
5) update of requirement for environmental evaluation (4.9);
6) implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (4.13).
e) Clause 5 has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement.
f) Clause 6 has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within the IEC 61800 series.
g) Existing Annexes A to G have been deleted and replaced with new Annexes A to C.

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This part of EN 50598 specifies the process and requirements to implement environmentally conscious product design principles, to evaluate ecodesign performance and to communicate potential environmental impacts for power electronics (e.g. complete drive modules, CDM), power drive systems and motor starters, all used for motor driven equipment in the power range of 0,12 kW up to 1 000 kW and low voltage (up to 1 000 V) applications over the whole life cycle. It defines the content for 2 different environmental declarations based on EN ISO 14021: - The basic version - which, in this context, will be referred to as an environmental declaration type II, with basic data and qualitative statements on ecodesign. - The full version - which, in this context, will be referred to as an environmental declaration type II+, based upon a life cycle assessment and including quantitatively evaluated potential environmental impacts. For that the general principles of EN ISO 14025 are taken into account and product category rules [PCR] for motor system components are included to ensure a harmonized approach. This part of EN 50598 is harmonized with the applicable generic and horizontal environmental standards and contains the additional details relevant in this context for the above mentioned products.

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EN IEC 60034-30-1 specifies efficiency classes for single-speed electric motors that are rated according to IEC 60034-1 or IEC 60079-0, are rated for operation on a sinusoidal voltage supply and: • have a rated power PN from 0,12 kW to 1 000 kW; • have a rated voltage UN above 50 V up to 1 kV; • have 2, 4, 6 or 8 poles; • are capable of continuous operation at their rated power with a temperature rise within the specified insulation temperature class; • are marked with any ambient temperature within the range of -20 °C to + 60 °C; • are marked with an altitude up to 4000 m above sea level.

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ISO 20958:2013 sets out guidelines for the online techniques recommended for the purposes of condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines, based on electrical signature analysis. ISO 20958:2013 is applicable to three-phase induction motors.

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This part of the IEC 60034 series applies to three-phase low-voltage cage induction motors of frame numbers 56 to 400 as specified in IEC 60072-1. This standard establishes procedures to obtain values for elements of single phase equivalent circuit diagrams from tests and defines standard elements of these diagrams.

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This part of IEC 60034 provides a guideline of technical aspects for the application of energyefficient, three-phase, electric motors. It not only applies to motor manufacturers, OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), end users, regulators and legislators but to all other interested parties.
This technical specification is applicable to all electrical machines covered by IEC 60034-30. Most of the information however is also relevant for cage-induction machines with output powers exceeding 375 kW.

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This part of IEC 60349 applies to converter-fed alternating current motors forming part of the equipment of electrically propelled rail and road vehicles. The object of this part is to enable the performance of a motor to be confirmed by tests and to provide a basis for assessment of its suitability for a specified duty and for comparison with other motors. Where further testing is to be undertaken in accordance with IEC 61377-1 and IEC 61377- 3, it may be preferable, to avoid duplication, that some type and investigation tests be carried out on the combined test bed. Particular attention is drawn to the need for collaboration between the designers of the motor and its associated converter as detailed in 5.1.

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IEC/TS 61800-8:2010(E) gives the guidelines for the determination of voltage on the power interface of power drive systems (PDS's).

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This part of IEC 61800 specifies requirements for adjustable speed power drive systems, or their elements, with respect to electrical, thermal and energy safety considerations. It does not cover the driven equipment except for interface requirements. It applies to adjustable speed electric drive systems which include the power conversion, drive control, and motor or motors. Excluded are traction and electric vehicle drives. It applies to d.c. drive systems connected to line voltages up to 1 kV a.c., 50 Hz or 60 Hz and a.c. drive systems with converter input voltages up to 35 kV, 50 Hz or 60 Hz and output voltages up to 35 kV. Other parts of IEC 61800 cover rating specifications, EMC, functional safety, etc. The scope of this part of IEC 61800 does not include devices used as component parts of a PDS if they comply with the safety requirements of a relevant product standard for the same environment. For example, motors used in PDS shall comply with the relevant parts of IEC 60034. Unless specifically stated, the requirements of this International Standard apply to all parts of the PDS, including the CDM/BDM (see Figure 1).

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IEC 61800-2:2015 applies to adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems, which include semiconductor power conversion and the means for their control, protection, monitoring, measurement and the a.c. motors. It applies to adjustable speed electric power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors from a BDM connected to line-to-line voltages up to and including 1 kV a.c. 50 Hz or 60 Hz and/or voltages up to and including 1,5 kV d.c. input side. NOTE 1 Adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems intended to feed a.c. motors, and with rated converter input voltages above 1 000 V a.c. are covered by IEC 61800-4. NOTE 2 Adjustable speed electric d.c. power drive systems intended to feed d.c. motors are covered by IEC 61800-1. NOTE 3 For adjustable speed electric a.c. power drive systems having series-connected electronic power converter sections, the line-to-line voltage is the sum of the series connected input voltages. Traction applications and electric vehicles are excluded from the scope of this standard. IEC 61800-2:2015 is intended to define the following aspects of an a.c. power drive system (PDS): - principal parts of the PDS; - ratings and performance; - specifications for the environment in which the PDS is intended to be installed and operated; - other specifications which might be applicable when specifying a complete PDS. This standard provides minimum requirements, which may be used for the development of a specification between customer and manufacturer. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition. a) Clause 1 (Scope) has been updated, b) Clause 2 (Normative references) has been updated, c) Clause 3 (Definitions) has been updated including fundamental definitions to be used across the IEC 61800 series of standards, d) Clause 4 has been updated with respect to: 1) description of the basic topology for BDM/CDM/PDS (4.2); 2) ratings and performance (4.3 and 4.4); 3) reference to applicable standards within the IEC 61800 series with respect to EMC (IEC 61800-3), Electrical safety (IEC 61800-5-1), Functional safety (IEC 61800-5-2), Load duty aspects (IEC TR 61800-6), Communication profiles (IEC 61800-7 series) and Power interface voltage (IEC TS 61800-8) to avoid conflicting requirements (4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12); 4) update of requirement for ECO design (4.8); 5) update of requirement for environmental evaluation (4.9); 6) implementation of requirement for explosive atmosphere (4.13). e) Clause 5 has been updated with test requirement in order to provide a clear link between design requirement and test requirement. f) Clause 6 has been updated to harmonize the marking and documentation requirement within the IEC 61800 series. g) Existing Annexes A to G have been deleted and replaced with new Annexes A to C.

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Describes the effects of unbalanced voltages on theperformance of three-ohase cage indcution motors.

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This part of IEC 61377 applies to the combinations of motor(s), inverter and their control system, and its object is to specify: - the performance characteristics of electric drives consisting of an inverter, alternating current motors, and the related control system; - methods of verifying these performance characteristics by tests. Two categories of combined systems can be considered: a) alternating current motors fed from an inverter without any control between the mechanical output (torque, speed) and the inverter itself (mostly auxiliary motors, for example cooling fan motors). The motor works exactly as if it were fed from a busbar (at variable frequency and voltage or not); b) alternating current motor(s) (paralleled or not) with a control between the mechanical output and the inverter. The first category of systems is tested according to IEC 60349-2 and IEC 61287-1. This standard applies to the second category, mainly traction drives. IEC 60349-2 applies to convertor-fed alternating current motors, IEC 61287-1 to power electronic convertors, IEC 60571 to electronic equipments, and this standard applies to the combination of motor(s), inverter, and their control system. As a consequence, IEC 60349-2 describes the tests to demonstrate the compliance of the motor to its specification, IEC 61287-1 does the same for the inverter. It is self-evident that some of the tests mentioned in this standard generally may replace the corresponding ones described in the abovementioned standards. An agreement should be reached between the parties to avoid the duplication of tests. A complete combined test is heavy, and often requires high power, which is not always available in a workshop. An agreement between user and manufacturer may be reached to allow testing either in the workshop or on the vehicle. Testing may be split off partially in a workshop and partially on track. At the time of drafting this standard, only the following combinations of motors and inverters were used for traction applications, but it may also apply to other combinations which may be used in the future: - asynchronous motors fed by voltage stiff (voltage source) inverter; - asynchronous motors fed by current stiff (current source) inverter; - synchronous motors fed by current stiff (current source) inverter. The input of these inverters can be a d.c. supply line, a rectifier, a chopper, an input convertor, a diesel generator with integrated rectifiers, etc.

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This technical specification deals with the steady-state  operation of cage induction motors within the scope of IEC  60034-12, when fed from converters. It covers the operation  over the whole speed setting range, but does not deal with  starting or transient phenomena. Only indirect thpe converters  are dealt with. This type comprises converters with impressed  direct current in the intermediate circuit (I-conveters) and  converters with impressed d.c. voltage (U-converters), either of  the block type or the pulse controlled type, without restriction  on pulse number, pulse width or pulse frequency. For the  purpose of this technical specification, a converter may  include any type of electronic switching device, for example  transistors (bipolar or MOSfet), IGBTs, thyristors, GTO- thyristors, etc. with analog or digital control electronics.

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Gives the requirements for rotating control motors and describes the appropriate tests. Also gives dimensions and marking information and the details to be provided by the manufacturer in associated data sheets and catalogues. Applicable to rotating stepping motors only.

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Gives the requirements for rotating control motors and describes the appropriate tests. Also gives dimensions and marking information and the details to be provided by the manufacturer in associated data sheets and catalogues. Applicable to rotating stepping motors only.

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This technical specification deals with the steady-state operation of cage induction motors within the scope of EN 60034-12, when fed from converters. It covers the operation over the whole speed setting range, but does not deal with starting or transient phenomena. Only indirect type converters are dealt with. This type comprises converters with impressed direct current in the intermediate circuit (current source converters) and converters with impressed d.c. voltage (voltage source converters), either of the block type or the pulse controlled type, without restriction on pulse number, pulse width or pulse frequency.

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Applies to adjustable speed a.c. drive systems that include power conversion, control equipment and a motor. Excluded are traction for railway applications and electrical vehicle drives. Applies to power drive systems with converter voltages (line-to-line voltage), between 1 kV a.c. and 35 kV a.c., input side 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and load side frequencies up to 600 Hz. Requirements for voltages above 15 kV are not included and are defined by agreement between the manufacturer and the system supplier. For power drive systems, with voltages above 1 kV, using a step-down input transformer and/or a step-up output transformer in connection with a low voltage converter (below 1 000 V), EN 61800-2 applies. Gives the characteristics of the converters, their topologies and their relationship with the complete a.c. drive system. It also states their performance requirements with respect to ratings, normal operating conditions, overload conditions, surge withstand capabilities, stability, protection, a.c. line earthing, topologies and testing. Furthermore, it deals with application guidelines, such as control strategies, torsion analysis, recommendations for earthing and drive system component integration.

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CEN/CLC JTF PE converted into CEN/CLC TC 2 * CENELEC lead

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Applies to adjustable speed a.c. drive systems that include power conversion, control equipment and a motor. Excluded are traction for railway applications and electrical vehicle drives. Applies to power drive systems with converter voltages (line-to-line voltage), between 1 kV a.c. and 35 kV a.c., input side 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and load side frequencies up to 600 Hz. Requirements for voltages above 15 kV are not included and are defined by agreement between the manufacturer and the system supplier. For power drive systems, with voltages above 1 kV, using a step-down input transformer and/or a step-up output transformer in connection with a low voltage converter (below 1 000 V), EN 61800-2 applies. Gives the characteristics of the converters, their topologies and their relationship with the complete a.c. drive system. It also states their performance requirements with respect to ratings, normal operating conditions, overload conditions, surge withstand capabilities, stability, protection, a.c. line earthing, topologies and testing. Furthermore, it deals with application guidelines, such as control strategies, torsion analysis, recommendations for earthing and drive system component integration.

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Applies to adjustable speed a.c. drive systems that include power conversion, control equipment and a motor. Excluded are traction for railway applications and electrical vehicle drives. Applies to power drive systems with converter voltages (line-to-line voltage), between 1 kV a.c. and 35 kV a.c., input side 50 Hz or 60 Hz, and load side frequencies up to 600 Hz. Requirements for voltages above 15 kV are not included and are defined by agreement between the manufacturer and the system supplier. For power drive systems, with voltages above 1 kV, using a step-down input transformer and/or a step-up output transformer in connection with a low voltage converter (below 1 000 V), IEC 61800-2 applies. Gives the characteristics of the converters, their topologies and their relationship with the complete a.c. drive system. It also states their performance requirements with respect to ratings, normal operating conditions, overload conditions, surge withstand capabilities, stability, protection, a.c. line earthing, topologies and testing. Furthermore, it deals with application guidelines, such as control strategies, torsion analysis, recommendations for earthing and drive system component integration.

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This standard gives guidance on writing the technical specification for the procurement of motors for use in electricity generating stations (power stations). This Guide for procurement is not applicable to equipment for use in the nuclear reactor plant area of nuclear power stations. Other possible applications of such equipment have not been considered in the preparation of this Guide. This Guide covers motors within installations primarily concerned with the generation of electrical power. However, as a complete electrical drive system is not defined in this Guide, attention is drawn to the possible additional electrical and mechanical stresses to which the motor may be subjected e.g. by a static AC converter/inverter. Reference should be made to IEC 60034-17. The equipment covered by this Guide is defined by its function rather than design type. Therefore, the guidance to the specification is stated in performance terms rather than being specified by a detailed description of the equipment to be supplied. This Guide indicates to potential purchasers how their specification should be prepared so that: - the equipment type and capacity interfaces correctly with other elements of the systems; - predicted performance is achieved; - ancillary equipment is properly sized; - reliability, availability and safety requirements are achieved; - proper consideration is given to the evaluation process and the quality measures to be applied. This Guide does not determine the type of specification (e.g. detailed, performance, functional) or the extent of supply for any given contract which is normally decided on the basis of the purchaser’s project strategy. It does not cover: - any commercial, contractual or legal issues which are normally in separate parts of an enquiry; - any allocation of responsibilities which are determined by the contract. This Guide does not prescribe the arrangement of the documents in the enquiry.

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Gives the requirements for rotating control motors and describes the appropriate tests. Also gives dimensions and marking information and the details to be provided by the manufacturer in associated data sheets and catalogues. Applicable to rotating stepping motors only.

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This EN 50347 covers general purpose standard dimensioned three-phase induction motors for 50 Hz with rated voltages not exceeding 690 V for industrial purposes having dimensions selected from IEC 60072-1 in the range : Frame numbers - shaft-heights : 56 mm to 315 mm Flange numbers - pitch circle diameter of flange : 65 mm to 740 mm It gives tables of fixing dimensions, shaft extension dimensions and output powers.

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Applies to general purpose adjustable speed d.c. driven systems which include the power conversion, control equipment, and also a motor or motors. Excluded are traction and electrical vehicle drives. Applies to power driven systems (PDS) connected to line voltages up to 1 kV a.c., 50 Hz or 60 Hz.

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D154/C051: Direct publication of Annex ZZ.
D154/023 2016-09-29: not to be offered for listing in the OJEU (regulation 640/2009) until the link with the applicable regulation is clarified

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This part of EN 50598 specifies the Energy Efficiency indicators for power drive systems, motor starters, power electronics (e.g. Complete Drive Modules, CDM) used in motor driven applications in the power range of 0,12 kW up to 1000 kW.
This part of EN 50598 specifies the methodology for determination of losses of the complete motor system, the power drive system (PDS) and the CDM. It defines IE and IES-classes, their limit values and provides test procedures for the classification and the overall losses of the motor system.
Furthermore, this part of EN 50598 proposes a methodology for characterization of the best energy efficiency solution to be implemented, depending on the motor driven system architecture, the speed/load profile and the duty profiles of the application.
The structure of EN 50598 contains the following:
•   the losses of a standardized reference PDS (RPDS) and the mathematical model of their calculation are given;
•   requirements for determining the losses of a real PDS are given, and be classified in comparison to the RPDS;
•   requirements for the type testing and the content of user documentation;
•   some illustrations of losses in an overall system as an example are given in Annexes;
•   information about system and drive topologies are given in Annexes.
Specific data on losses and IE/IES-classes are given for low voltage (100 V up and equal to 1 000 V) single axis AC/AC power drive systems with three phase induction motors. Geared motors shall be treated as standard motors.
This part of EN 50598 does not specify the methodology for eco-design for environmental impact. This is defined in Part 3 of EN 50598.

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This part of IEC 60034 specifies efficiency classes for single-speed, three-phase, 50 Hz and
60 Hz, cage-induction motors that:
- have a rated voltage UN up to 1 000 V;
NOTE The standard also applies to motors rated for two or more voltages and/or frequencies.
- have a rated output PN between 0,75 kW and 375 kW;
- have either 2, 4 or 6 poles;
- are rated on the basis of either duty type S1 (continuous duty) or S3 (intermittent periodic
duty) with a rated cyclic duration factor of 80 % or higher;
- are capable of operating direct on-line;
- are rated for operating conditions in accordance with IEC 60034-1, Clause 6.
Motors with flanges, feet and/or shafts with mechanical dimensions different from
IEC 60072-1 are covered by this standard. Geared motors and brake motors are covered by this standard although special shafts and flanges may be used in such motors.
Excluded are:
- Motors made solely for converter operation in accordance with IEC 60034-25.
- Motors completely integrated into a machine (for example pump, fan and compressor) that
cannot be tested separately from the machine.

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