Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use -- Part 1: General requirements

D126/C042: IEC 60730 series permanently excluded from parallel procedures * Superseded by EN 60730-1:2011

Automatische elektrische Regel- und Steuergeräte für den Hausgebrauch und ähnliche Anwendungen -- Teil 1: Allgemeine Anforderungen

Dispositifs de commande électrique automatiques à usage domestique et analogue -- Partie 1: Règles générales

Avtomatske električne krmilne naprave za uporabo v gospodinjstvu in za podobno uporabo - 1. del: Splošne zahteve (IEC 60730-1:1999/A2:2007, spremenjen)

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Published
Publication Date
30-Nov-2008
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
14-Nov-2008
Due Date
19-Jan-2009
Completion Date
01-Dec-2008

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SLOVENSKI SIST EN 60730-
1:2001/OprA2:2004
PREDSTANDARD
julij 2004
Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use - Part 1: General
requirements
ICS 97.120 Referenčna številka
SIST EN 60730-1:2001/OprA2:2004(en)

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72/636/CDV
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Project number IEC 60730-1 A2 Ed 3
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obligatoire pour les membres (P))
2004-10-29

Titre du CE/SC: Commandes automatiques pour TC/SC Title: Automatic controls for household use

appareils domestique
Secretary: Tony Bianchi, USA
Secrétaire:
Also of interest to the following committees Supersedes document
Intéresse également les comités suivants Remplace le document
none 72/555/CD and 72/565/CC, 72/579/CD and
72/599/CC
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Titre : Projet de l'amendment 2 à la CEI 60730-1, Title : Draft amendment 1 to IEC 60730-1, Ed. 3:

Ed. 3: Dispositifs de commande électriques à Automatic electrical controls for household and

usage domestique et analogue - Partie 1: Règles similar use - Part 1: General requirements

générales
Note d'introduction Introductory note

Ce document incorpore 72/555/CD et 72/565/CC This document incorporates 72/555/CD and

de la CEI 60730-1 A2 Ed3 pour amender 72/565/CC from IEC 60730-1 A2 Ed 3 to amend

l’Annexe J ainsi que les documents 72/579/CD Annex J as well as the documents 72/579/CD

et 72/599/CC de la CEI 60730-1 A2 f5 Ed3 pour and 72/599/CC from IEC 60730-1 A2 f5 Ed 3 to

incorporer les exigences SELV/PELV incorporate SELV/PELV requirements.
ATTENTION ATTENTION
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et à l’enquête (CENELEC)

Copyright © 2004 International Electrotechnical Commission, IEC. All rights reserved. It is

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FORM CDV (IEC)
2002-08-09
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FOREWORD

This amendment has been prepared by IEC technical committee 72: Automatic controls for

household use.
The text of this amendment is based on the following documents:
CDV Report on Voting
72/XXX/CDV 72/XXX/RVC

Full information on the voting for the approval of this amendment can be found in the report

on voting indicated in the above table.
This amendment is based on 60730-1, Edition 3 (1999) and its amendment 1 (2003).

The committee has decided that the contents of the base publication and its amendments will

remain unchanged until 200X. At this date, the publication will be:
• reconfirmed;
• withdrawn;
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
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CONTENTS
Replace the existing title of Clause 21 by the following new title:
21 Fire hazard testing
Page 15
1.5 Normative references
Modify the existing references as follows:
IEC 60038:1997, IEC standard voltages

IEC 60065:2001, Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus – Safety requirements

IEC 60099-1:1999, Surge arresters – Part 1: Non-linear resistor type gapped arresters for a.c.

systems

IEC 60112:2003, Method for determination of the proof and the comparative tracking indices

of solid insulating materials

IEC 60127-1:2002, Miniature fuses – Part 1: Definitions for miniature fuses and general

requirements for miniature fuse-links

IEC 60216-1:2001, Electrical insulating materials – Properties of thermal endurance – Part 1:

Ageing procedures and evaluation of test results
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IEC 60227-1:1998, Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including

450/750V – Part 1: General requirements

IEC 60245-1:2003, Rubber insulated cables – Rated voltages up to and including 450/750V –

Part 1: General requirements
Page 17
Modify the existing references as follows:
IEC 60249-1:1993, Base materials for printed circuits – Part 1: Test methods
IEC 60269-1:1998, Low-voltage fuses – Part 1:General requirements
IEC 60326-2:1990, Printed boards – Part 2: Test methods

IEC 60335-1:2001, Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1: General

requirements

IEC 60384-14, 1995, Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 14: Sectional

specification: Fixed capacitors for electromagnetic suppression and connection to the supply

mains

IEC 60384-16:1992, Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 16: Sectional

specification – Fixed metallized polypropylene film dielectric d.c. capacitors
Add, to the existing list, the following references:
IEC 60417:2002, Graphical symbols for use on equipment
Modify the existing references as follows:
IEC 60529:1999, Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code)
Delete, from the existing list, the following reference:

IEC 60536:1976, Classification of electrical and electronic equipment with regard to protection

against electric shock
Modify the existing references as follows:

IEC 60539-1:2002, Directly heated negative temperature coefficient thermistors – Part 1:

General specifications

IEC 60664-1:2002, Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems – Part 1:

Principles, requirements and tests

IEC 60664-3:2003, Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems – Part 3:

Use of coating, potting or moulding for protection against pollution

IEC 60065:2001, Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus - Safety requirements

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Delete, from the existing list, the following reference:

IEC 60695-2-1/1:1994, Fire hazard testing – Part 2: Test methods – Section 1/Sheet 1:

Glow-wire end-product test and guidance
Add, to the existing list, the following references:

IEC 60695-2-10:2000, Fire Hazard testing - Part 2-10: Glowing/hot-wire based test methods -

Glow-wire apparatus and common test procedure

IEC 60695-2-11:2000, Fire hazard testing - Part 2-11: Glowing/hot-wire based test methods -

Glow-wire flammability test method for end-products

IEC 60695-2-12:2000, Fire hazard testing - Part 2-12: Glowing/hot-wire based test methods -

Glow-wire flammability test method for materials

IEC 60695-2-13:2000, Fire hazard testing - Part 2-13: Glowing/hot-wire based test methods -

Glow-wire ignitability test method for materials

IEC 60695-11-10:2003, Fire hazard testing - Part 11-10: Test flames - 50 W horizontal and

vertical flame test methods

IEC 60695-11-20:2003, Fire hazard testing - Part 11-20: Test flames - 500 W flame test

methods
Delete, from the existing list, the following reference:

IEC 60707:1981, Methods of test for the determination of the flammability of solid electrical

insulating materials when exposed to an igniting source
Modify the existing references as follows:

IEC 60998-2-2:2002, Connecting devices for low-voltage circuits for household and similar

purposes – Part 2-2: Particular requirements for connecting devices as separate entities with

screwless-type clamping units
Delete, from the existing list, the following reference:
IEC 61000 (all parts), Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Modify the existing references as follows:

IEC 61000-3-2:2001, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-2: Limits – Limits for

harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase)
Page 19
Modify the existing references as follows:

IEC 61000-3-3:2001: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3: Limits – Section 3:

Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low-voltage supply systems for equipment with

rated current ≤ 16 A

IEC 61000-4-2:2000, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test. Basic EMC publication.

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IEC 61000-4-3:2002, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-3: Testing and

measurement techniques – Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test

IEC 61000-4-4:2001, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 4 : Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test. Basic EMC Publication

IEC 61000-4-5:2000, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 5: Surge immunity test
IEC 61000-4-6:2003, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-6, Testing and

measurement techniques – Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency

fields

IEC 61000-4-8:2000, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 8 – Power frequency magnetic field immunity test. Basic EMC

Publication

IEC 61000-4-11:2004, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-11: Testing and

measuring techniques – Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity

tests

IEC 61000-4-28:2002, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-28: Testing and

measurements techniques – Variation of power frequency, immunity test
IEC 61058-1:2000, Switches for appliances – Part 1: General requirements
Add, to the existing list, the following references:

IEC 61140:2001, Protection against electric shock - Common aspects for installation and

equipment
IEC 61201:1992, Extra-low voltage (ELV) - Limit values

IEC 61558-2-17:1997, Safety of power transformers, power supply units and similar - Part 2:

Particular requirements for transformers for switch mode power supplies
Modify the existing references as follows:

CISPR 14-1:2002, Electromagnetic compatibility - Requirements for household appliances,

electric tools and similar apparatus - Part 1: Emission

CISPR 22:2003, Information technology equipment – Radio disturbance characteristics –

Limits and methods of measurement

2.1 Definitions relating to ratings, voltages, currents, frequencies, and wattages

Replace, on page 21, after definition 2.1.3, the following definitions:
2.1.4
extra-low voltage (ELV)

nominal voltage not exceeding 50 V between conductors and between conductors and earth,

or for three-phase connection not exceeding 50 V between line conductors and 29 V between

line conductors and neutral
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NOTE These values were derived from IEC 60335, 3.4.1.
2.1.5
safety extra-low voltage

nominal voltage for use in a SELV-system or PELV-system between conductors and between

conductors and earth, not exceeding 42 V between conductors, or in the case of three-phase

circuits, not exceeding 24 V between conductors and neutral, the no-load voltage of the circuit

not exceeding 50 V and 29 V, respectively, and which when obtained from higher voltage is

provided by a safety isolating transformer or a converter with separate windings providing

equivalent insulation as stated in IEC 61558-2-6 and IEC 61558-2-17

The voltage limits are based on the assumption that the safety isolating transformer is supplied at its rated voltage.

In Canada and the USA, the limit for safety extra-low voltage is 30 V.
Also see 2.1.20 SELV system and 2.1.21 PELV system.
Page 21
2.1.7
same polarity
Replace the existing text with “Void”.
2.1.8
opposite polarity
Replace the existing text with “Void”.
Add, on page 23, after definition 2.1.13, the following new definitions:
2.1.14
exposed-conductive-part

conductive part of equipment, which can be touched and which is not normally live, but which

can become live when basic insulation fails [IEV 195-06-10]

A conductive part of a control which can only become live through contact with an exposed-conductive-part which

has become live, is not considered to be an exposed-conductive-part itself.
2.1.15
(conductive) screen
(conductive) shield (US)
conductive part that encloses or separates electric circuits and/or conductors
[IEV 195-02-38]
2.1.16
(electrically) protective screen
(electrically) protective shield (US)

conductive screen used to separate an electric circuit and/or conductors from hazardous-live-

parts
[IEV 195-06-17]
2.1.17
(electrically) protective screening
(electrically) protective shielding (US)

separation of electric circuits and conductors from hazardous live parts by an electrically

protective screen (shield) connected to the protective-equipotential-bonding system and

intended to provide protection against electric shock
[IEV 195-06-18]

NOTE The phrase ”permanently and reliably connected to an earthing terminal” is synonymous with ” bonded”.

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2.1.18
simple separation

separation between circuits or between a circuit and earth by means of basic insulation

[IEC 61140, definition 3.23]
2.1.19
(electrically) protective separation
separation of one electric circuit from another by means of:
- double insulation, or
- basic insulation and electrically protective screening (shielding), or
- reinforced insulation
[IEV 195-06-19]
2.1.20
SELV system
an electrical system in which the voltage cannot exceed ELV:
- under normal conditions, and
- under single-fault conditions, including earth faults in other circuits
[IEC 61140, definition 3.26.1]
2.1.21
PELV system
an electrical system in which the voltage cannot exceed ELV:
- under normal conditions, and
- under single-fault conditions, except earth faults in other circuits
[IEC 61140, definition 3.26.2]
Page 37
2.7 Definitions relating to protection against electric shock
2.7.4
Replace the second note with the following:

Class I controls may have parts with double insulation or parts that provide protection against electric shock by

SELV or PELV.
2.7.5
Replace the existing note with the following two notes:

Class II controls may have parts that provide protection against electric shock by use of SELV.

Class II controls cannot have parts that provide protection against electric shock by use of PELV, as such circuits

require connection to an earthing terminal.
2.7.6
Replace the existing definition with the following new definition:

Control relying on limitation of voltage to ELV values as provision against electric shock for

basic protection and:
- with no provision for fault protection;

- which for supply are only connected to a SELV-system or a PELV-system, to form part of

that system;
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- where internal circuits do not operate at a higher level than ELV;

- where in case of a single fault within the control no steady state touch voltage may appear

or be generated exceeding ELV level; and
- not provided with a means of connection for a protective conductor.
Add, on page 41, after definition 2.7.14, the following new definitions:
2.7.15
equipotential bonding
provision of electric connections between conductive parts, intended to achieve
equipotentiality [IEV 195-01-10]

The effectiveness of the equipotential bonding depends on the frequency of the current in the bonding.

Equipotential bonding is used to connect any conductive part of a building not forming part of the electrical

installation and liable to introduce an electrical potential, generally the electric potential of the local earth

(extraneous-conductive part) and any conductive part of controls or equipment or components in the installation

which can be touched and which is not normally live but which can become live when basic insulation fails

(exposed-conductive part) to a main equipotential bonding terminal in the form of a bar, in order to bring these

parts to the same potential. Parts to be connected to the equipotential bonding system include e.g. protective

conductors, PE conductors, PEN conductors earthing conductors, protective earthing terminals of controls or

equipment, all conductive parts in a building (e.g. metal tubing for water (drinking and waste), metallic bathtubs,

the central heating system piping, any internal gas tubing (which is also required to be isolated from external gas

tubing), earth connectors for antennas and telecommunication systems, all metal parts of the building used for

construction like mats and iron, and conductors for lightning protection and depending on the installation system,

the earth electrode. Requirements for equipotential bonding can be found in the IEC standards for the installation

of buildings. These may be relevant for the installation of controls which consist of several component-parts (e.g.

sensors, actors, central control element, interface elements) connected in parallel to or via the fixed installation of

the building.
2.7.15.1
protective-equipotential-bonding
equipotential bonding for purposes of safety (protection against electric shock)
[IEV 195-01-15, modified]
Functional equipotential bonding is defined in [IEV 195-01-16].
Add, on page 47, after definition 2.9.14, the following new definitions:
2.9.15
equipotential bonding terminal

terminal provided on equipment or on a device and intended for the electrical connection with

the equipotential bonding system [IEV 195-02-32]
2.9.16
protective bonding terminal
terminal intended for protective-equipotential-bonding purposes
Examples are a protective screen- or PE-terminal of a control or equipment.
2.9.17
protective conductor (symbol PE)
conductor provided for purposes of safety (protection against electric shock)
[IEV 195-02-09, modified]
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Page 61
Replace the existing subclause 4.3.3.3 by the following new subclause:
4.3.3.3

If in class 0, class 0I, class I or class II controls, or controls for class 0, class 0I, class I or

class II equipment, it is necessary to have parts using SELV-circuits, such parts are also

checked for compliance with the appropriate requirements specified for protection by use of

SELV in Clause 11.2.6.

If in class I controls or controls for class I equipment it is necessary to have parts using

PELV-circuits such parts are also checked for compliance with the appropriate requirements

specified for protection by use of PELV in Clause 11.2.6.
By definition (2.7.5) class II controls cannot use PELV-circuits.
Page 69
Add, after 6.4.3.13, the following new subclause:
6.4.3.14 See Annex J, J.6.4.3.14.
Page 69
6.5.1
Replace the second paragraph as follows:
IP0X, IP1X, IP2X, IP3X, IP4X, IP5X, IP6X.
Page 71
6.5.2
Replace the second paragraph as follows:
IPX0, IPX1, IPX2, IPX3, IPX4, IPX5, IPX6, IPX7, IPX8.
Page 73
6.8.2
Replace, after 6.8.2.5, the existing note with the following two notes:

For coordination of electrical equipment class 0, class I, class II and class III see IEC 61140, and for protective

provisions within an electrical installation see IEC 60364.

A control intended for incorporation in a particular class of equipment may be used for a different class if

appropriate provisions are made in the equipment.
6.8.3
Add, after subclause 6.8.3.5, the following two notes:

For coordination of electrical equipment class 0, class I, class II and class III see IEC 61140, and for protective

provisions within an electrical installation see IEC 60364.
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A control intended for incorporation in a particular class of equipment may be used for a different class if

appropriate provisions are made in the equipment.
Add, after subclause 6.8.3.5, the following new subclauses:
6.8.4 Controls using SELV or PELV for protection against electric shock
6.8.4.1 – Controls using SELV-circuit(s)
6.8.4.2 – Controls using PELV-circuit(s)
Page 81
7.2.9
Add, on page 83, after the row “Class II construction” the following new row:
Class III control……………………………………………………..……………
Table 7.2
Modify, in table 7.2, item 79 as follows:
Information Clause or Method
subclause

79 Pollution degree in the mico-environment of the creepage or clearance Table H.27.1 D

if cleaner than that of the control, and how this is designed
Add, in table 7.2, the following new items:
Information Clause or Method
subclause
82 to 84 See Appendix J
85 For Class III controls, the symbol for Class III construction 7.4.6 C
86 For SELV or PELV circuits, the ELV limits realized 2.1.5, T.3.2 D
Page 89
7.3 Class II symbol
Add, after subclause 7.3.2.1, the following new subclause:

7.3.2.2 Controls providing protection against electric shock as required for class II but that

include terminals for earthing continuity for functional purposes shall not be marked with the

symbol for class II construction, no. 5019 of IEC 60417 but shall be regarded as class I

controls.
Page 91
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7.4.3.1
Replace the existing subclause with the following:

Earthing terminals for external earthing conductors or earthing continuity, and terminals for

earthing for functional purposes (as opposed to purposes of protection against electric shock)

shall be indicated

- for protective earth by the earth symbol for protective earth, symbol no. 5019 of IEC 60417

- for functional earth by the earth symbol for functional earth, symbol no. 5017 of IEC 60417

Add, after subclause 7.4.5, the following new subclause:
7.4.6 Class III control

Controls intended to be connected only to SELV systems shall be marked with the graphic

symbol no. 5180 of IEC 60417: This requirement does not apply where the means of

connection to the supply is so shaped that it can only mate with a particularly designed SELV

or PELV arrangement.

Controls providing protection against electric shock as required for class III controls but that

carry terminals for earthing continuity for functional purposes shall not be marked with the

symbol for class III construction, no. 5180 of IEC 60417.
Page 93
8.1.1
Replace, the two existing notes with the following requirements and note:

Unless otherwise specified, SELV-circuits or PELV-circuits supplied at a voltage not

exceeding 24 V are not considered to be hazardous live parts.

If SELV- or PELV-circuits supplied at higher voltages are accessible, the current between the

accessible part(s) and either pole of the supply source of the SELV/PELV circuits shall comply

with H.8.1.10.1.

In Canada and the USA, parts connected to ELV supplied from a safety isolating transformer at a voltage not

exceeding 42.4 volts peak or 30 V rms when dry, or 21.2 volts peak or 15 V rms when wet contact is likely to occur

are not considered to be hazardous live parts.
Page 95
8.1.12
Replace the existing subclause with the following:

8.1.12 A live part shall be considered to be hazardous if it exceeds the values specified in

8.1.1 and it is not separated from the source by protective impedance complying with H.8.1.10

and is not a PEN conductor or a part of the equipotential bonding system.
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Table 10.1.4, note 2
Replace the existing note 2 with the following:

2) The nominal cross-sectional areas specified do not apply to terminals in SELV-circuits or PELV-circuits carrying

a current not exceeding 3 A.
Page 113
Table 10.1.9, note 1
Replace the existing note in the table with the following:

1) Applicable only to SELV-circuits or PELV-circuits, and other applications where particular conductors are not

specified.
Page 117
10.2.3
Replace, in the first paragraph, “20.1” with “20”.
Page 121
11.2 Protection against electric shock
Add, on page 125, after subclause 11.2.5, the following new subclauses:
11.2.6 Protection against electric shock by use of SELV or PELV
See annex T.
11.2.7 Connections between internal and external SELV / PELV circuits

Adequate measures shall be provided to prevent the interconnection of an integrated SELV

circuit to an external PELV circuit and vice versa.

The supply of a Class III control from an external SELV source by means of a separable

connection shall only be possible by means of a dedicated plug and socket system which

cannot be fitted or interconnected with other connecting systems.
Compliance is checked by inspection.
Page 127
11.3.8 Contacts rest position
Modify the last paragraph to be an explanatory note.
Page 133
11.4.6
Revise the subclause number to read: 11.4.16 in the English version only.
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Add, after 11.4.16, the following new subclause:
11.4.17 See Annex J, J.11.4.17.
Page 151
11.13.1 Protective controls
Delete the note.
Page 175
Add, after 15.7, the following new subclause:
15.8 See Annex J, J.15.8.
Page 179
17.2.2
Replace the existing subclause with the following:

In all countries which use an overvoltage test, the electrical loads to be used are those

specified in table 17.2-1 at rated voltage V , with this voltage then being increased to 1,15 V

R R

for the overvoltage test of 17.7 and 17.10. Canada, China, and the USA do not use the

overvoltage test.
17.2.3
Replace the existing subclause with the following:

In Canada, China, the USA, and all countries which use an overload test, the conditions

specified in table 17.2-2 and 17.2-3 apply. The overload tests are performed on a single pole

or throw at a time, with all other poles or throws at normal load.
17.2.3.1
Replace the first paragraph with the following:

In Canada, China, and the USA, and all countries using an overload test, test voltages (V )

are:
Page 215
20 Creepage distances, clearances, and distances through solid insulation

Replace, in second sentence of the third paragraph, “extra-low voltage” with “ELV”.

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Table 20.4 – Minimum creepage distances for operational insulation
Add, on page 229, the following note:

7) There are no requirements across micro-interruption other than between terminals and terminations. Between

terminals and terminations, the requirements are as specified in this table.
Page 229

20.3.2 Add, to the first sentence, the following “and for working voltages above 300 V up to

and including 690 V shall not be less than 2 mm”.
Page 231
21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking
Replace the existing title by the following new title:
21 Fire hazard testing
Page 235
21.2.7 Resistance to tracking

Replace the first sentence with the following “All non-metallic parts for which a creepage

distance is specified in subclause 20.2 shall have a resistance to tracking as declared.”

Page 243
24.1
Replace the first pagraph with the following:

Transformers intended to supply power to a SELV-circuit or PELV-circuit shall be of the safety

isolating type and shall comply with the relevant requirements of IEC 61558-2-6.
24.1.1
Replace the existing subclause with the following:

24.1.1 Controls that incorporate a transformer as the source of supply to an external

SELV-circuit or PELV-circuit are subjected to an output test with the primary energized at the

upper limit of the rated voltage as indicated in 17.2.2, 17.2.3.1 and 17.2.3.2.

Under any non-capacitive conditions of loading (from no load to the short-circuiting of any or

all secondary low-voltage installation wiring terminals) and without disturbing internal

connections, the secondary output voltage shall not be greater than that defined in 2.1.5.

If a converter is used as the source of supply to an external SELV-circuit or PELV-circuit,

Annex T.3 applies.
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60730-1 Amd 2 Ed. 3/CDV © IEC: 200X – 15 –

The secondary output power at the terminals to an isolated limited secondary circuit shall not

exceed 100 VA and the secondary output current shall not exceed 8 A after 1 min of operation

with overcurrent protection, if provided, bypassed.
Page 245
Add, after 27.2.2, the following new subclauses:
27.2.3 Blocked mechanical output test (abnormal temperature te
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Dispositifs de commande électrique automatiques à usage domestique et analogue --

Partie 1: Règles générales
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SIST EN 60730-1:2001/A2:2009
EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 60730-1/A2
NORME EUROPÉENNE
July 2008
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 97.120 Supersedes EN 60730-1:2000/A15:2007
English version
Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use -
Part 1: General requirements
(IEC 60730-1:1999/A2:2007, modified)
Dispositifs de commande électrique Automatische elektrische Regel- und
automatiques à usage domestique Steuergeräte für den Hausgebrauch und
et analogue - ähnliche Anwendungen -
Partie 1: Règles générales Teil 1: Allgemeine Anforderungen
(CEI 60730-1:1999/A2:2007, modifié) (IEC 60730-1:1999/A2:2007, modifiziert)

This amendment A2 modifies the European Standard EN 60730-1:2000; it was approved by CENELEC on

2008-06-01. CENELEC members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which

stipulate the conditions for giving this amendment the status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on

application to the Central Secretariat or to any CENELEC member.

This amendment exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language

made by translation under the responsibility of a CENELEC member into its own language and notified to the

Central Secretariat has the same status as the official versions.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the

Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,

Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
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© 2008 CENELEC - All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC members.

Ref. No. EN 60730-1:2000/A2:2008 E
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EN 60730-1:2000/A2:2008 - 2 -
Foreword

The text of amendment 2:2007 to the International Standard IEC 60730-1:1999, prepared by

IEC TC 72, Automatic controls for household use, together with the common modifications

prepared by the Technical Committee CENELEC TC 72, Automatic controls for household use,

was submitted to the formal vote and was approved by CENELEC as amendment A2 to
EN 60730-1:2000 on 2008-06-01.
This document supersedes EN 60730-1:1999/A15:2007.
The following dates were fixed:
– latest date by which the amendment has to be implemented
at national level by publication of an identical
national standard or by endorsement (dop) 2009-06-01
– latest date by which the national standards conflicting
with the amendment have to be withdrawn (dow) 2011-06-01
Annex ZA has been added by CENELEC.
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Endorsement notice

The text of amendment 2:2007 to the International Standard IEC 60730-1:1999 was approved by

CENELEC as an amendment to the European Standard with agreed common modifications as given

below
COMMON MODIFICATIONS
2.1.5
safety extra-low voltage (SELV)
Delete the note relating to Canada and USA.
2.1.15
(conductive) screen
Delete “(conductive) shield (US)”.
2.1.16
(electrically) protective screen
Delete “(electrically) protective shield (US)”
2.1.17
(electrically) protective screening
Delete “(electrically) protective shielding (US)”
8.1.1
Delete the note relating to Canada and USA.
17.2.2
Delete the final sentence relating to Canada, China and USA.
17.2.3
Delete the text and replace with “void”.
17.2.3.1
Delete the text and replace with “void”.
27.2.3.1
Delete the note relating to Canada and USA
Annex D - Heat, fire and tracking
Delete the title.
D.1.1
Delete the replacement.

Table D - Requirements for suitability of insulating material for direct and indirect

support of live parts
Delete the replacement.
D.2.4.2 Apparatus and gas supply
Delete the replacement.
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EN 60730-1:2000/A2:2008 - 4 -
D.2.6.1
Delete the replacement.
H.2.21.2
In the note delete “and door locks for laundry equipment”.
H.7 Information
In note 17, Class B, paragraph 2, delete “and door locks for laundry equipment”.
T.3.2
Delete the note relating to Canada and USA.
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Replace Annex ZA of EN 60730-1:2000 + A1:2004 by:
Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE When an international publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant EN/HD

applies.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 60038 1983 IEC standard voltages HD 472 S1 1989
+ corr. February 2002
A1 1995
+ A1 1994
+ A2 1997
IEC 60050-604 1987 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary - -
(IEV) -
Chapter 604: Generation, transmission and
distribution of electricity - Operation
IEC 60065 (mod) 2001 Audio, video and similar electronic EN 60065 2002
apparatus - Safety requirements + corr. August 2007
IEC 60068-2-75 1997 Environmental testing - EN 60068-2-75 1997
Part 2-75: Tests - Test Eh: Hammer tests
IEC 60085 1984 Thermal evaluation and classification of HD 566 S1 1990
electrical insulation
IEC 60099-1 (mod) 1991 Surge arresters - EN 60099-1 1994
A1 1999 Part 1: Non-linear resistor type gapped A1 1999
surge arresters for a.c. systems
IEC 60112 2003 Method for the determination of the proof EN 60112 2003
and the comparative tracking indices of solid
insulating materials
IEC 60127 Series Miniature fuses EN 60127 Series
IEC 60216-1 2001 Electrical insulating materials - Properties of EN 60216-1 2001
thermal endurance -
Part 1: Ageing procedures and evaluation of
test results
IEC 60227 Series Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated - -
voltages up to and including 450/750 V -
Part 1: General requirements
IEC 60245-1 2003 Rubber insulated cables - Rated voltages up - -
to and including 450/750 V -
Part 1: General requirements
IEC 60249 Series Base materials for printed circuits EN 60249 Series
___________

1) The title of HD 472 S1 is: Nominal voltages for low voltage public electricity supply systems.

2) HD 566 S1 is superseded by EN 60085:2004, which is based on IEC 60085:2004.

3). The HD 21 series, which is related to, but not directly equivalent with the IEC 60227 series, applies instead.

4) HD 22.1 S4:2002, Cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V and having cross-linked insulation - Part 1:

General requirements, which is related to, but not directly equivalent with, IEC 60245-1, applies instead.

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EN 60730-1:2000/A2:2008 - 6 -
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 60269 Series Low-voltage fuses EN 60269 Series
IEC 60326 Series Printed boards - -
IEC 60326-3 1991 Printed boards - - -
Part 3: Design and use of printed boards

IEC 60335-1 (mod) 2001 Household and similar electrical appliances - EN 60335-1 2002

A1 2004 Safety - A1 2004
Part 1: General requirements + corr. January 2007
A2 2006 A2 2006
+ A11 2004
+ A12 2006
+ corr. February 2007

IEC 60364 (mod) Series Low-voltage electrical installations HD 60364/HD 384 Series

IEC 60384-14 2005 Fixed capacitors for use in electronic EN 60384-14 2005
equipment -
Part 14: Sectional specification - Fixed
capacitors for electromagnetic interference
suppression and connection to the supply
mains
IEC 60384-16 2005 Fixed capacitors for use in electronic - -
equipment -
Part 16: Sectional specification: Fixed
metallized polypropylene film dielectric d.c
capacitors
IEC 60384-17 2005 Fixed capacitors for use in electronic EN 60384-17 2005
equipment -
Part 17: Sectional specification: Fixed
metallized polypropylene film dielectric a.c.
and pulse capacitors
IEC 60417 Data- Graphical symbols for use on equipment - -
base
IEC 60423 (mod) 1993 Conduits for electrical purposes - Outside EN 60423 1994
diameters of conduits for electrical
installations and threads for conduits and
fittings
IEC 60529 1989 Degrees of protection provided EN 60529 1991
by enclosures (IP Code) + corr. May 1993
A1 1999 A1 2000
IEC 60539 1976 Directly heated negative temperature - -
coefficient thermistors
IEC 60555-2 (mod) 1982 Disturbances in supply systems caused by
6)
+ A1 (mod) 1985 household appliances and similar electrical EN 60555-2 1987
equipment -
Part 2: Harmonics
IEC 60555-3 1982 Disturbances in supply systems caused by EN 60555-3 1987
household appliances and similar electrical
equipment -
Part 3: Voltage fluctuations
___________
EN 60423 is superseded by EN 60423:2007, which is based on IEC 60423:2007.

EN 60555-2 is superseded by EN 61000-3-2:1995, which is based on IEC 61000-3-2:1995.

EN 60555-3 is superseded by EN 61000-3-3:1995, which is based on IEC 61000-3-3:1994.

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Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 60664-1 1992 Insulation coordination for equipment within
+ A1 2000 low-voltage systems -
+ A2 2002 Part 1: Principles, requirements and tests EN 60664-1 2003
IEC 60664-3 2003 Insulation coordination for equipment within EN 60664-3 2003
low-voltage systems -
Part 3: Use of coating, potting or moulding
for protection against pollution
IEC 60695-2-11 2000 Fire hazard testing - EN 60695-2-11 2001
Part 2-11: Glowing/hot-wire based test
methods - Glow-wire flammability test
method for end-products
IEC 60695-11-10 1999 Fire hazard testing - EN 60695-11-10 1999
A1 2003 Part 11-10: Test flames - 50 W horizontal A1 2003
and vertical flame test methods
IEC 60738-1 1998 Thermistors - Directly heated positive step- EN 60738-1 1999
function temperature coefficient -
Part 1: Generic specification
10)

IEC 60738-1-1 1998 Thermistors - Directly heated positive step- EN 60738-1-1 1999

function temperature coefficient -
Part 1-1: Blank detail specification - Current
limiting application - Assessment level EZ
IEC 60998-2-2 2002 Connecting devices for low-voltage circuits EN 60998-2-2 2004
(mod) for household and similar purposes -
Part 2-2: Particular requirements for
connecting devices as separate entities with
screwless-type clamping units
IEC 61000 Series Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) EN 61000 Series
IEC 61000-3-2 2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-3-2 2006
Part 3-2: Limits - Limits for harmonic current
emissions (equipment input current ≤16 A
per phase)
IEC 61000-3-3 1994 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-3-3 1995
Part 3-3: Limits - Limitation of voltage + corr. July 1997
changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in
public low-voltage supply systems, for
equipment with rated current ≤ 16 A per
phase and not subject to conditional
connection
IEC 61000-4-2 1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-2 1995
A1 1998 Part 4-2: Testing and measurement A1 1998
A2 2000 techniques - Electrostatic discharge A2 2001
immunity test
IEC 61000-4-3 2006 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-3 2006
Part 4-3: Testing and measurement
techniques - Radiated, radio-frequency,
electromagnetic field immunity test
IEC 61000-4-4 2004 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-4 2004
Part 4-4: Testing and measurement
techniques - Electrical fast transient/burst
immunity test
___________
EN 60664-1 is superseded by EN 60664-1:2007, which is based on IEC 60664-1:2007.
EN 60738-1 is superseded by EN 60738-1:2006, which is based on IEC 60738-1:2006.
10)

EN 60738-1-1 is superseded by EN 60738-1-1:2008, which is based on IEC 60738-1-1:2008.

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EN 60730-1:2000/A2:2008 - 8 -
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 61000-4-5 2005 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-5 2006
Part 4-5: Testing and measurement
techniques - Surge immunity test
11)
IEC 61000-4-6 2003 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-6 2007
Part 4-6: Testing and measurement + corr. August 2007
techniques - Immunity to conducted
disturbances, induced by radio-frequency
fields
IEC 61000-4-8 1993 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-8 1993
A1 2000 Part 4-8: Testing and measurement A1 2001
techniques - Power frequency magnetic field
immunity test
IEC 61000-4-11 2004 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-11 2004
Part 4-11: Testing and measurement
techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage variations immunity tests
IEC 61000-4-28 1999 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - EN 61000-4-28 2000
A1 2001 Part 4-28: Testing and measurement A1 2004
techniques - Variation of power frequency,
immunity test
12)
IEC 61058-1 (mod) 2000 Switches for appliances - EN 61058-1 2002
Part 1: General requirements
IEC 61140 2001 Protection against electric shock - Common EN 61140 2002
aspects for installation and equipment
IEC 61210 (mod) 1993 Connecting devices - Flat quick-connect EN 61210 1995
terminations for electrical copper
conductors - Safety requirements
IEC 61558-2-6 1997 Safety of power transformers, power supply EN 61558-2-6 1997
units and similar -
Part 2-6: Particular requirements for safety
isolating transformers for general use

IEC 61558-2-17 1997 Safety of power transformers, power supply EN 61558-2-17 1997

units and similar -
Part 2-17: Particular requirements for
transformers for switch mode power supplies
CISPR 14-1 2005 Electromagnetic compatibility - EN 55014-1 2006
Requirements for household appliances,
electric tools and similar apparatus -
Part 1: Emission
13)
CISPR 16-1 1993 Specification for radio disturbance and - -
immunity measuring apparatus
and methods -
Part 1: Radio disturbance and immunity
measuring apparatus
14)
CISPR 22 (mod) 1997 Information technology equipment - Radio EN 55022 1998
disturbance characteristics - Limits and + corr. March 2005
methods of measurement
___________
11)
EN 61000-4-6:2007 includes A1:2004 + A2:2006 to IEC 61000-4-6:2003.
12)
EN 61058-1:2002 includes A1:2001 to IEC 61058-1:2000 (mod).
13)

CISPR 16-1:1993 is superseded by the series CISPR 16-1-X, which is harmonized as EN 55016-1-X.

14)
EN 55022 is superseded by EN 55022:2006, which is based on CISPR 22:2005.
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60730-1
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1999
STANDARD
AMENDEMENT 2
AMENDMENT 2
2007-01
Amendement 2
Dispositifs de commande électrique automatiques
à usage domestique et analogue –
Partie 1:
Règles générales
Amendment 2
Automatic electrical controls
for household and similar use –
Part 1:
General requirements
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SIST EN 60730-1:2001/A2:2009
60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 3 –
FOREWORD

This amendment has been prepared by IEC technical committee 72: Automatic controls for

household use.
The text of this amendment is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
72/721/FDIS 72/732/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this amendment can be found in the report

on voting indicated in the above table.

This amendment is based on IEC 60730-1, Edition 3 (1999) and its amendment 1 (2003).

The committee has decided that the contents of this publication will remain unchanged until

the maintenance result date indicated on the IEC web site under "http://webstore.iec.ch" in

the data related to the specific publication. At this date, the publication will be

• reconfirmed;
• withdrawn;
• replaced by a revised edition, or
• amended.
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Page 3
CONTENTS
Replace the existing title of Clause 21 by the following new title:
21 Fire hazard testing
Add, on page 5, the title of the new Annex T as follows:
T (normative) Requirements for SELV and PELV
Add the title of the new Annex U as follows:

U (Normative) Requirements for relays when used as controls in IEC 60335 appliances

Page 7
FOREWORD
Amend, on page 9, the sentence beginning “Annexes A, B, C…” to read as follows:

Annexes A, B, C, E, G, H, J, L, N, P, Q, T and U form an integral part of this standard.

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60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 5 –

Add the following items to the list of subclauses given in the note relative to differing national

practice:
– 27.2.3.1
– T.3.2
Page 13
1.1.1
Add the following new paragraph:

This standard is also applicable to relays when used as controls for IEC 60335 appliances.

Additional requirements for the safety and operating values of relays when used as controls for

IEC 60335 appliances are contained in Annex U.
NOTE 1 These requirements are referred to by IEC 61810-1, Scope.

NOTE 2 This standard is intended to be used for the testing of any stand-alone relay which is intended to be used

as a control of an appliance according to IEC 60335-1. It is not intended to be used for any other stand-alone relay,

or to replace the IEC 61810 series of standards.
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1.5 Normative references
Delete, from the existing list, the following references:

IEC 60536:1976, Classification of electrical and electronic equipment with regard to protection

against electric shock

IEC 60695-2-1/1:1994, Fire hazard testing – Part 2: Test methods – Section 1/Sheet 1:

Glow-wire end-product test and guidance

IEC 60695-2-2:1991, Fire hazard testing – Part 2: Test methods – Section 2: Needle-flame

test

IEC 60707:1981, Methods of test for the determination of the flammability of solid electrical

insulating materials when exposed to an igniting source
Add, to the existing list, the following references:
IEC 60364 (all parts), Low-voltage electrical installations
IEC 60417, Graphical symbols for use on equipment

IEC 60695-2-11:2000, Fire hazard testing – Part 2-11: Glowing/hot-wire based test methods –

Glow-wire flammability test method for end-products

IEC 60695-11-10:1999, Fire hazard testing – Part 11-10: Test flames – 50 W horizontal and

vertical flame test methods
Amendment 1 (2003)
___________

IEC 61810-1, Electromechanical elementary relays – Part 1: General and safety requirements.

There exists a consolidated edition 1.1 including IEC 60695-11-10:1999 and its Amendment 1 (2003).

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SIST EN 60730-1:2001/A2:2009
60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 7 –

IEC 61140:2001, Protection against electric shock – Common aspects for installation and

equipment

IEC 61558-2-17:1997, Safety of power transformers, power supply units and similar – Part 2:

Particular requirements for transformers for switch mode power supplies
Modify the existing references as follows:
IEC 60038:1983, IEC standard voltages
Amendment 1 (1994)
Amendment 2 (1997)

IEC 60065:2001, Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus – Safety requirements

IEC 60099-1:1991, Surge arresters – Part 1: Non-linear resistor type gapped arresters for a.c.

systems
Amendment 1 (1999)

IEC 60112:2003, Method for determination of the proof and the comparative tracking indices

of solid insulating materials

IEC 60216-1:2001, Electrical insulating materials – Properties of thermal endurance – Part 1:

Ageing procedures and evaluation of test results

IEC 60245-1:2003, Rubber insulated cables – Rated voltages up to and including 450/750V –

Part 1: General requirements

IEC 60335-1:2001, Household and similar electrical appliances – Safety – Part 1: General

requirements
Amendment 1 (2004)
Amendment 2 (2006)

IEC 60384-14, 2005, Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 14: Sectional

specification: Fixed capacitors for electromagnetic suppression and connection to the supply

mains

IEC 60384-16:1992, Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 16: Sectional

specification – Fixed metallized polypropylene film dielectric d.c. capacitors

IEC 60384-17:2005, Fixed capacitors for use in electronic equipment – Part 17: Sectional

specification: Fixed metallized polypropylene film dielectric a.c. and pulse capacitors

IEC 60529:1989, Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code)
Amendment 1 (1999)
___________

) There exists a consolidated edition 6.2 including IEC 60038:1983 and its Amendments 1 (1994) and 2 (1997).

There exists a consolidated edition 3.1 including IEC 60099-1:1991 and its Amendment 1 (1999).

There exists a consolidated edition 4.2 including IEC 60335-1:2001 and its Amendments 1 (2004) and 2 (2006).

There exists a consolidated edition 2.1 including IEC 60529:1989 and its Amendment 1 (1999).

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60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 9 –

IEC 60664-1:1992, Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems – Part 1:

Principles, requirements and tests
Amendment 1 (2000)
Amendment 2 (2002)

IEC 60664-3:2003, Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems – Part 3:

Use of coating, potting or moulding for protection against pollution

IEC 60998-2-2:2002, Connecting devices for low-voltage circuits for household and similar

purposes – Part 2-2: Particular requirements for connecting devices as separate entities with

screwless-type clamping units

IEC 61000-3-2:2005, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 3-2: Limits – Limits for

harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase)

IEC 61000-4-2:1995, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test.
Amendment 1 (1998)
Amendment 2 (2000)
IEC 61000-4-3:2006, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-3: Testing and

measurement techniques – Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test

IEC 61000-4-4:2004, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-4: Testing and
measurement techniques – Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test.
IEC 61000-4-5:2005, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-5: Testing and
measurement techniques – Surge immunity test
IEC 61000-4-6:2003, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-6, Testing and

measurement techniques – Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency

fields

IEC 61000-4-8:1993, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4: Testing and measurement

techniques – Section 8 – Power frequency magnetic field immunity test.
Amendment 1 (2000)

IEC 61000-4-11:2004, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-11: Testing and

measuring techniques – Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity

tests
___________

There exists a consolidated edition 1.2 including IEC 60664-1:1992 and its Amendments 1 (2000) and 2 (2002).

There exists a consolidated edition 1.2 including IEC 61000-4-2:1995 and its Amendments 1 (1998) and 2

(2000).

There exists a consolidated edition 1.1 including IEC 61000-4-8:1993 and its Amendment 1 (2000).

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SIST EN 60730-1:2001/A2:2009
60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 11 –

IEC 61000-4-28:1999, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 4-28: Testing and

10)
measurements techniques – Variation of power frequency, immunity test
Amendment 1 (2001)
IEC 61058-1:2000, Switches for appliances – Part 1: General requirements

CISPR 14-1:2005, Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements for household appliances,

electric tools and similar apparatus – Part 1: Emission
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2 Definitions

2.1 Definitions relating to ratings, voltages, currents, frequencies, and wattages

Replace, on page 21, after definition 2.1.3, the following definitions:
2.1.4
extra-low voltage (ELV)

nominal voltage not exceeding 50 V between conductors and between conductors and earth,

or for three-phase connection not exceeding 50 V between line conductors and 29 V between

line conductors and neutral
NOTE 1 These values were derived from IEC 60335-1, definition 3.4.1.

NOTE 2 In this standard ELV-levels for use in a specific application as specified in the relevant application

standard may be declared for controls used in or with such applications for environmental conditions as specified

by the application standard.
2.1.5
safety extra-low voltage (SELV)

nominal voltage for use in a SELV-system or PELV-system between conductors and between

conductors and earth, not exceeding 42 V between conductors, or in the case of three-phase

circuits, not exceeding 24 V between conductors and neutral, the no-load voltage of the circuit

not exceeding 50 V and 29 V, respectively, and which when obtained from higher voltage is

provided by a safety isolating transformer or a converter with separate windings providing

equivalent insulation as stated in IEC 61558-2-6 and IEC 61558-2-17

The voltage limits are based on the assumption that the safety isolating transformer is supplied at its rated voltage.

NOTE In Canada and the USA, the limit for safety extra-low voltage is 30 V.
Also see 2.1.20 SELV system and 2.1.21 PELV system.
Page 21
2.1.8
opposite polarity
Replace the existing text with “Void”.
Page 23
Add, after definition 2.1.13, the following new definitions:
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There exists a consolidated edition 1.1 including IEC 61000-4-28:1999 and its Amendment 1 (2001).

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SIST EN 60730-1:2001/A2:2009
60730-1 Amend. 2 © IEC:2007 – 13 –
2.1.14
exposed-conductive-part

conductive part of equipment, which can be touched and which is not normally live, but which

can become live when basic insulation fails
[IEV 195-06-10]

A conductive part of a control which can only become live through contact with an exposed-conductive-part which

has become live, is not considered to be an exposed-conductive-part itself.
2.1.15
(conductive) screen
(conductive) shield (US)
conductive part that encloses or separates electric circuits and/or conductors
[IEV 195-02-38]
2.1.16
(electrically) protective screen
(electrically) protective shield (US)

conductive screen used to separate an electric circuit and/or conductors from hazardous-live-

parts
[IEV 195-06-17]
2.1.17
(electrically) protective screening
(electrically) protective shielding (US)

separation of electric circuits and conductors from hazardous live parts by an electrically

protective screen (shield) connected to the protective-equipotential-bonding system and

intended to provide protection against electric shock
[IEV 195-06-18]
2.1.18
simple separation

separation between circuits or between a circuit and earth by means of basic insulation

[IEC 61140, definition 3.23]
2.1.19
(electrically) protective separation
separation of one electric circuit from another by means of:
– double insulation, or
– basic insulation and electrically protective screening (shielding), or
– reinforced insulation
[IEV 195-06-19]
2.1.20
SELV system
an electrical system in which the voltage cannot exceed ELV:
– und
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