IEC 60934:2019 is available as IEC 60934:2019 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 60934:2019 is applicable to mechanical switching devices designed as "circuit‑breakers for equipment" (CBE) for household and similar applications. CBEs according to this document are intended to provide protection to circuits within electrical equipment including its components (e.g. motors, transformers, internal wiring). This document covers also CBEs applicable for protection of electrical equipment in case of undervoltage and/or overvoltage. This document also covers CBEs which are suitable for isolation. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2000, Amendment 1:2007 and Amendment 2:2013. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) clarifications for type testing purposes.

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IEC 60898-1:2015(E) applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 50/60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2002, Amendment 1:2002 and Amendment 2:2003. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: a) Revision of 9.5 Terminals b) Revision of the test of glow wire c) Simplification of the figures for short circuit tests. The contents of the corrigendum of November 2015 have been included in this copy.

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IEC 63024:2017 applies to automatic reclosing devices (ARDs) for household and similar uses, for rated voltage not exceeding 440 V AC, and which are intended to be used in combination with circuit-breakers, RCCBs and RCBOs, and designed either for factory assembly or for assembly on site. These devices are intended to reclose main protective devices (MPDs) such as circuit-breakers complying with IEC 60898-1 and/or IEC 60898-2, RCCBs complying with IEC 61008-1 and/or IEC 62423, and RCBOs complying with IEC 61009-1 and/or IEC 62423 after tripping of those devices in order to re-establish continuity of service.

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IEC 62606:2013 applies to arc fault detection devices (AFDD) for household and similar uses in a.c. circuits. An AFDD is designed by the manufacturer: - either as a single device having opening means able to open the protected circuit in specified conditions; or - as a single device integrating a protective device; or - as a separate unit, according to Annex D assembled on site with a declared protective device.

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2018-10-23 PEC: To be offered for citation under the LVD
D156/C033: Publication of Belgium A-deviation to EN 61008-1:2012
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IEC 62752:2016 applies to in-cable control and protection devices (IC-CPDs) for mode 2 charging of electric road vehicles, hereafter referred to as IC-CPD including control and safety functions. This standard applies to portable devices performing simultaneously the functions of detection of the residual current, of comparison of the value of this current with the residual operating value and of opening of the protected circuit when the residual current exceeds this value.

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WARNING: 3-MONTH UAP * D149/C006: BT approved  TC 23E requests for New Work Items for EN 61008-1/AA & EN 61009-1/AA
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IEC 62640:2011 applies to residual current-operated devices (RCD) incorporated in, or specifically intended for use with two pole socket-outlets, with or without earthing contact for household and similar uses (SRCD: socket-outlet residual current devices). SRCDs, according to this standard, are intended to be used in single phase systems such as phase to neutral or phase to phase or phase to earthed middle conductor. SRCDs are only intended to provide additional protection downstream of the SRCD. SRCDs are intended for use in circuits where the fault protection (indirect contact protection) is already assured upstream of the SRCD.

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2014-03-19 - UAP editing allocated to aclausse@cencenelec.eu D146/C047: NWI approved * Amendment to link EN 62019:1999 to LVD
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D146/C016: NWI approved - Endorsement of IEC 61009-1:2010/A1:2012 A1 with common modifications*2014-02-07: UAP allocated to aclausse@cencenelec.eu

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IEC 62606:2013 applies to arc fault detection devices (AFDD) for household and similar uses in a.c. circuits. An AFDD is designed by the manufacturer: - either as a single device having opening means able to open the protected circuit in specified conditions; or - as a single device integrating a protective device; or - as a separate unit, according to Annex D assembled on site with a declared protective device.

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The scope of IEC 61008-1 and IEC 61009-1 applies with the following additions. IEC 62423:2009 specifies requirements and tests for Type F and Type B RCDs (Residual Current Devices). Requirements and tests given in this standard are in addition to the requirements of Type A residual current devices. This standard can only be used together with IEC 61008-1 and IEC 61009-1. Type F RCCBs (Residual Current Circuit Breaker) and Type F RCBOs (Residual current Circuit Breaker with Overcurrent protection) with rated frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz are intended for installations when frequency inverters are supplied between phase and neutral or phase and earthed middle conductor and are able to provide protection in case of alternating residual sinusoidal at the rated frequency, pulsating direct residual currents and composite residual currents that may occur. Type B RCCBs and Type B RCBOs are able to provide protection in case of alternating residual sinusoidal currents up to 1 000 Hz, pulsating direct residual currents and smooth direct residual currents. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2007 and constitutes a technical revision. The main changes from the first edition are as follows: - requirements and tests for Type F RCD have been introduced; - requirements and test for two-pole Type B RCD have been introduced; - new additional requirements and tests for Type B RCDs have been introduced to cover requirements for Type F too.

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IEC 61008-1:2010 applies to residual current operated circuit-breakers functionally independent of, or functionally dependent on, line voltage, for household and similar uses, not incorporating overcurrent protection (hereafter referred to as RCCBs), for rated voltages not exceeding 440 V a.c. with rated frequencies of 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 50/60 Hz and rated currents not exceeding 125 A, intended principally for protection against shock hazard. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 1996, amendment 1 (2002) and amendment 2 (2006). This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - complete revision of EMC sequences, including the new test T.2.6 already approved in IEC 61543; - clarification of RCDs current/time characteristics reported in Tables 1 and 2; - revision of test procedure for IΔn between 5 A and 200 A; - testing procedure regarding the 6mA d.c. current superimposed to the fault current; - improvement highlighting RCDs with multiple sensitivity; - tests for the use of RCCBs in IT systems.

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IEC 61009-1:2010 applies to residual current operated circuit breakers with integral overcurrent protection functionally independent of, or functionally dependent on, line voltage for household and similar uses (hereafter referred to as RCBOs), for rated voltages not exceeding 440 V a.c. with rated frequencies of 50 Hz, 60 Hz or 50/60 Hz and rated currents not exceeding 125 A and rated short circuit capacities not exceeding 25 000 A for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition, published in 1996, amendment 1 (2002) and amendment 2 (2006). It constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - complete revision of EMC sequences, including the new test T.2.6, already approved in IEC 61543; - clarification of RCDs current/time characteristics reported in Tables 2 and 3; - revision of test procedure for IΔn between 5 A and 200 A; - tests for the use of RCBOs in IT systems; - testing procedure regarding the 6mA d.c. current superimposed to the fault current; - improvement highlighting RCDs with multiple sensitivity; - some alignments with IEC 60898-1.

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This European Standard applies to power frequency overvoltage protection devices (hereafter referred to as “POP”) for household and similar uses, with a rated frequency of 50 Hz, a rated voltage 230 V a.c. (between phase and neutral), intended to be used in combination with a main protective device being either a CB in compliance with EN 60898-1 or EN 60898-2, a RCCB in compliance with EN 61008-1 or a RCBO in compliance with EN 61009-1.
NOTE 1 Requirements for POPs in combination with switching devices other than a main protective device, or a POP integrated in a MPD, are under consideration.
NOTE 2 Requirements for POP with functional earth connection regarding temporary overvoltage withstand are under consideration.
NOTE 3 A POP is not a protective device to be used for automatic disconnection of the supply in the meaning of HD 60364-4-41.
They are intended for use in an environment with pollution degree 2 and overvoltage category III.
They can be designed for factory assembly or for assembly on site. These devices are intended to mitigate the effects of power frequency overvoltages between phase and neutral conductor (e.g. caused by loss of neutral conductor in the three phase supply upstream the POP) for downstream equipment by actuating the main protective device when an overvoltage between phase and neutral is detected.
NOTE 4 To mitigate means in this context that the POP will provide protection in most cases of power frequency overvoltages.
NOTE 5 Protection in case of overvoltage between phases is under consideration. In case of phase to phase electrical supply system with rated voltage between phases 230 V a.c. and no neutral conductor, one line monitored POP in compliance to this standard can be used according to manufacturer’s instruction.
The POP does not impair the protective function of the main protective device.
This European Standard does not apply for protection against common mode over voltages.
This European Standard does not apply to surge protective devices.
This European Standard states:
– the definitions of terms used for POP (Clause 3);
– the classification of POP (Clause 4);
– the characteristics of POP (Clause 5);
– the preferred values of the operating and influencing quantities (Clause 5);
– the marking and information to be provided for POP (Clause 6);
– the standard conditions for installation and operation in service (Clause 7);
– the requirements for construction and operation (Clause 8);
– the list of minimum requirements to be tested (Clause 9).

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This European Standard applies to power frequency overvoltage protection devices (hereafter referred to as “POP”) for household and similar uses, with a rated frequency of 50 Hz, a rated voltage 230 V a.c. (between phase and neutral), intended to be used in combination with a main protective device being either a CB in compliance with EN 60898 1 or EN 60898 2, a RCCB in compliance with EN 61008 1 or a RCBO in compliance with EN 61009 1. NOTE 1 Requirements for POPs in combination with switching devices other than a main protective device, or a POP integrated in a MPD, are under consideration. NOTE 2 Requirements for POP with functional earth connection regarding temporary overvoltage withstand are under consideration. NOTE 3 A POP is not a protective device to be used for automatic disconnection of the supply in the meaning of HD 60364 4 41. They are intended for use in an environment with pollution degree 2 and overvoltage category III. They can be designed for factory assembly or for assembly on site. These devices are intended to mitigate the effects of power frequency overvoltages between phase and neutral conductor (e.g. caused by loss of neutral conductor in the three phase supply upstream the POP) for downstream equipment by actuating the main protective device when an overvoltage between phase and neutral is detected. NOTE 4 To mitigate means in this context that the POP will provide protection in most cases of power frequency overvoltages. NOTE 5 Protection in case of overvoltage between phases is under consideration. In case of phase to phase electrical supply system with rated voltage between phases 230 V a.c. and no neutral conductor, one line monitored POP in compliance to this standard can be used according to manufacturer’s instruction. The POP does not impair the protective function of the main protective device. This European Standard does not apply for protection against common mode over voltages. This European Standard does not apply to surge protective devices. This European Standard states: – the definitions of terms used for POP (Clause 3); – the classification of POP (Clause 4); – the characteristics of POP (Clause 5); – the preferred values of the operating and influencing quantities (Clause 5); – the marking and information to be provided for POP (Clause 6); – the standard conditions for installation and operation in service (Clause 7); – the requirements for construction and operation (Clause 8); – the list of minimum requirements to be tested (Clause 9).

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This part of EN 60898 applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A.

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This part of EN 60898 applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A.

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This part of EN 60898 applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A.

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This part of EN 60898 applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A.

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The purpose of this report is to give recommendations of the co-ordination of dimensions between enclosures and built-in devices for rail fixing for household or similar installations by listing the principal overall and related mounting dimensions, the rated current of a single device not exceeding 125 A. Examples of these devices are: MCBs, RCDs switches, fuse-systems, indicating lamps, relays, socket-outlets, timing switches, etc. Compliance with this document does not preclude the need for compliance with other relevant specifications. This document needs not apply to type tested and partially type tested assemblies which are covered by other specifications. The means of fixing envisaged in this document are mounting rails. Other possible means of fixing may be used but are not covered by these recommendations. NOTE The only criterion chosen in this document for co-ordination of dimensions has been the geometry of the devices. When selecting the enclosure, other criteria should be taken into account, e.g. the rated current of the devices.

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IEC 62020-1:2020 applies to residual current monitors for household and similar purposes, having rated operational voltages and a rated voltage of the monitored circuit not exceeding 440 V AC and rated currents not exceeding 125 A. This first edition cancels and replaces IEC 62020:1998 and IEC 62020:1998/AMD1:2003. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: – definition of Type F and Type B RCM; – marking of Type F and Type B RCM; – introduction of a new subclause,  REF _Ref521411992 \r \h \* MERGEFORMAT 8.20 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003500320031003400310031003900390032000000 ; – modification of  REF _Ref521412027 \r \h \* MERGEFORMAT 9.7 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003500320031003400310032003000320037000000 ; – update of  REF _Ref521412044 \r \h \* MERGEFORMAT 9.9 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003500320031003400310032003000340034000000 ; – modification of  REF _Ref521412054 \r \h \* MERGEFORMAT 9.14 08D0C9EA79F9BACE118C8200AA004BA90B02000000080000000E0000005F005200650066003500320031003400310032003000350034000000 ; – modification of

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This annex applies to RCBOs with one residual current protection function and several independent two-pole overcurrent protection functions.

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2020-01-09: TC 23E requests BT to decouple the EN from the EMC Directive and publish the standard without delay -  to offer for LVD: partial compliance but all remarks have been implemented.
2019-10-01: CLC/TC 23E and CLC/TC 210 to coordinate to address the statistical methods.

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NEXT ACTION BY HAS CONSULTANT: to confirm last changes, before BT-route for validation of Annex ZZ.
2019-10-16: lack of compliance Publication assessment. CLC/TC 23E meeting with Consultant on 2020-01-24 to address the issues.

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The scope of EN 61008-1 and EN 61008-2-1 or EN 61009-1 and EN 61009-2-1 applies with the following additions. This standard specifies requirements and tests for Type F and Type B RCDs (Residual current devices). Requirements and tests given in this standard are in addition to the requirements of Type A residual current devices according to EN 61008-2-1 or EN 61009-2-1. This standard can only be used together with EN 61008-1 and EN 61009-1.

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This International Standard is applicable to mechanical switching devices designed as "circuitbreakers for equipment" (CBE) intended to provide protection to circuits within electrical equipment.
NOTE 1 The term "equipment" includes appliances.
NOTE 2 The protected components are usually motors, transformers, internal wiring, etc. CBEs may have a rated short-circuit capacity higher than that required for overload conditions and may, in addition, have a conditional short-circuit current rating in association with a specified short-circuit protective device (SCPD). This standard is also applicable to switching devices for protection of electrical equipment in case of undervoltage and/or overvoltage. It is applicable for a.c. not exceeding 440 V and/or d.c. not exceeding 250 V and a rated current not exceeding 125 A. This standard covers CBEs which are intended for
– automatic interruption and non-automatic or automatic resetting;
– automatic interruption and non-automatic or automatic resetting and manual switching operation. It also covers CBE-switches, in which the means for automatic interruption are inhibited or not present by construction (see 3.1.3). NOTE 3 This standard may be used as a guiding document for voltages up to 630 V a.c. NOTE 4 Requirements for CBEs suitable for isolation are under consideration. This standard contains all the requirements necessary to ensure compliance with the operational characteristics required for these devices by type tests. It also contains the details relative to test requirements and methods of testing necessary to ensure reproducibility of test results.

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Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household and similar installations - Part 2: Circuit-breakers for a.c. and d.c. operation

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