Ordinance Amending Power Notice

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om ændring af stærkstrømsbekendtgørelsen

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Ordinance amending power notice

§ 1

In power distribution notice is amended as follows:

1. Power the notice section 107-2-D1, is replaced by Appendix 1 to this notice.

§ 2

The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008.
Security Agency, 27. June 2008 Carsten Sørig/Tina Ovesen P Annex 1







 



 



 



 



 





Section 107-2-D1





 





5. Edition





 





Plugs and socket-outlets for household and





 





Part 2







Particular requirements for







Danish systems





 



 



 



 



 





SIKKERHEDSTYRELSEN







Nørregade 63, 6700 Esbjerg







Phone 33 73 20 00. Fax 33 73 20 99







E-mail @sik. com







Website www.sik.dk





 

 



 

 



 

 





TABLE of CONTENTS





 





Initiation.





 

 





1





The scope of the







2





Normative references







3





Definitions







4





General provisions







5





Common explanations for testing ~ a







6





Brand values







7





Classification







8





Labelling







9





Control of dimensions







10





Protection against electric shock







11





Grounding







12





Terminals and connections







13





Execution of fixed socket-outlets







14





Execution of plugs and portable socket-outlets







15





Sockets with locking







16





Resistance to ageing, protection by enclosures and resistance to moisture







17





Insulation resistance and voltage security







18





Function of soil contacts







19





Temperature rise







20





Breaking capacity







21





Normal use







22





Necessary force for extraction of plugs







23





Flexible pipes and their connection







24





Mechanical strength







25





Heat resistance







26





Screws, energized parts and connections







27





Shrink lines, air distances and distances through fill mass







28





Isolermateriales heat-, fire-and krybestrøms safety







29





Rust protection







30





Additional tests for insulated pins





 

 





STANDARD BLADE







DK 1-1a





Fixed outlet, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-1b





Fixed two-pole outlet with Earth 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-1 c





Fixed socket and portable, two-pole with ground 13 A or 16A 250 V ~







DK 1-3a





Portable power outlet, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-5a





Fixed and portable computer outlet, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1 ‑7a





Portable computer outlet, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-8a





Fixed hospital three-pin, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-8b





Fixed hospital three-pin, double-pole with ground 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-8 c





Portable hospital three-pin, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 1-9a





Real outlet with two outlets. 2.5 A and 13 or 16 A







DK 2-1a





Plug, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 2-5a





Computer plug, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 2-8a





Hospital plug, double-pole grounded 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DK 5-1a





Fixed or portable power outlet, firpolet with soil 16 A 250/440 V ~







DK 6-1a





Plug, firpolet with soil 16 A 250/440 V ~







DKA 1-1a





Fixed two-pole outlet without Earth 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 1-1b





Fixed two-pole outlet without Earth 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 1-1 c





Flat, fast, two-pole outlet without Earth 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 1-3a





Round, portable, two-pole outlet without Earth 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 1-3b





Flat, portable, two-pole outlet without Earth 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 1-4a





Flat, portable, two-pole outlet, for class II appliances, 2.5 A 250 V ~







DKA 2-1a





Round plug, double-pole without land 10 A, 13 A or 16 A 250 V ~







DKA 2-1 b





Flat plug, double-pole 16 A 250 V ~ without soil







C 2b





Plug with side Earth, double-pole 16 A 250 V







C 3b






Plug with Earth contact socket for stick land, double-pole 16 A 250 V







C 4





Plug with Earth contact socket of peg soil and page land, double-pole 16 A 250 V







C 5





Plugs, topo guide without soil for appliances of class II 2.5 A 250 V







(C) 6





Plug, double-pole without soil for appliances of class II 16 A 250 V





 

 





SHAPES







(D) 1





Error learning C 1 feed holes on sockets 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







(D) 2





Godlære C 2 for topo guide Sockets 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







D 3





Godlære C 3 for inserting the topo guide plugs in the topo guide Sockets 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







D 7





Good and error teaches C 7 D 7 and to control of the distance to the point where first contact is achieved in the topo guide Sockets 2.5 A, 10 A 13 A and 16 A 250 V







D 9





Good and error teaches C 9 D 9 connector and the leg diameter in topo guide plugs 2.5 A, 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







(D) 10





Godlære C 10 for control of distance between pins in the topo guide plugs 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







D 11





Godlære C 11 for control of maximum banns in contact bushings in the topo guide Sockets 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V







D 13





Learn C 13 for control of the care of the topo guide plugs for appliances of class II 2.5 A 250 V







(D) 18





Learn D 18 to verify that single-pole plugs are prevented from loading topo guide Sockets 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V 145







(D) 19





Teacher (C) and (D) 19 19 to verify that single-pole loading topo guide plugs 2.5 A, 10 A, 13 A and 16 A 250 V in socket-outlets is prevented







(D) 40





Arrangement for impact test of shatterproof material







(D) 42





Learn D 42 to confirm that the introduction of a leg of the flat plug 2.5 A 250 V in computer connector contacts nominally 3.3 mm wide insertion openings is prevented





 



 



 





INTRODUCTION





 





This Ordinance, section 107 ‑ ‑D1, 5 2. Edition, issued by the Danish safety technology authority pursuant to lov nr. 251 of 6. May 1993 (Power law) § 7.







The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008.







These provisions apply only in connection with the provisions of IEC 60884-1 DS/DS/IEC 60884-consisting of 1:2004 General requirements as well as DS/IEC 60884-1 Appendix 1:2008.







Power notice section 107-2-D1, 4. Edition may until 1. January 2010 is used instead.





 





Copenhagen, the 01.06.2008







Carsten S





 



 



 





Different fonts are used for:







Regulations







Test provisions







Notes





 



 



 





Section 107-2-D1







5th Edition, June 2008







Set with Arial







Printed by Schultz Grafisk







Edition 100 as.







ISBN 978-87-90360-98-6





 



 



 





PLUGS AND SOCKETS







FOR HOUSEHOLD AND





 





Part 2: particular requirements for Danish systems





 





1 scope





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:







The first paragraph is replaced by:







Section 107 ‑ 2 ‑D1 apply to plugs and for fixed and portable Sockets intended for alternating current, with and without ground contact, with a rated voltage of 250 V single-phase and 250/440 V three-phase and a rated current not exceeding 16 A, intended for general use, either indoors or outdoors.





 





2 Normative references





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies with the following addition:







IEC 60884-2-2:1989, Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes – Part 2-2 Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances.







IEC 60884-2-3:1989, Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes – Part 2-3 Particular requirements for switched socket-outlets without interlock for fixed installation







IEC 60884-2-5:1995, Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes — Part 2-5: Particular requirements for adaptors





 





3 Definitions





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:







There shall be added:





 





3.26







the branch plug







Material, which is carried out as an integrated unit with both PIN and contact-tube, and which allows the connection of more than one plug into an electrical outlet.





 





3.27







equipment with high mechanical strength







Equipment which is so constructed that it can withstand impacts on places where the equipment are likely exposed to rough treatment, URf.eks. construction sites, shipyards, forge shops, woodworking workshops and agriculture operating buildings.





 





3.28







shatterproof material







Genmonterbart material with high mechanical strength.





 





3.29







EDB‑stikpropper and EDB‑stikkontakter







Equipment by special design of pins and feed holes makes it possible to connect computer systems and similar pottery, whose function is sensitive to impulse voltages, but which prevents connection of other user objects with normal plugs.





 





3.30







Hospital plugs and Sockets







Equipment by special design of pins and feed holes makes it possible to connect equipment with important functions, but which prevents connection of other user objects with normal plugs. 3.31







Sockets for incorporation into user objects







Outlet, which is integrated in or intended for incorporation into or attachment to the thing to use.





 





3.32







outlet conjoined with foransiddende circuit breaker







Equipment which is a manufactured device, which consists of an outlet built together with a circuit breaker that controls the electrical outlet.





 





4 common provisions





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





4.1 Adding:








Sockets for incorporation must also comply with the requirements of IEC 60884-2-2: Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances.







Sockets built together with a foransiddende circuit breaker must also comply with the requirements of IEC 60884-2-3: Particular requirements for switched socket-outlets without interlock for fixed installation







Adapters must also comply with the requirements of IEC 60884-2-5: Particular requirements for adaptors





 





5 common explanations for the test





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





5.4 Adding:







For samples of shatterproof material in 24.4 required an additional 3 set of 3 test pieces.







For samples of computer Sockets and Sockets in 9.2 required further hospital 3 test pieces.





 





6 Brand values





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





6.1 Paragraph is replaced by:







Equipment rated voltages and tag flows must be in accordance with the following table (D):





 

















Table D 1







Rated voltages and feel flows





 





Type





Rated voltage

(V)





Rated current

(A)







2 p (only non-genmonterbare plugs)





250





2.5







2 p

2P +





250





10, 13 or 16







3P + N +





440





16

















 





7 Classification





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





Add-on:





 





7.1.6 After mechanical strength:







‑ Equipment in normal execution.







‑ Shatterproof material.





 





7.2.1







Addendum to the note:







Sockets with increased protection includes all sockets where extinguishers are required in accordance with standard magazine.





 





8 Marking





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





8.1 Adding:







Plugs and socket-outlets with soil with soil to be on Mount clamp for nullederen be marked with N in accordance with the relevant standard leaf.







Shatterproof material should be characterised by the colour combination red/green. This color combination may not be used in other products, which are covered by this section.





 





8.5 Adding after the second paragraph:







Genmonterbart material with soil, which are sold to the general public, to be delivered with a mounting instructions in an easily understandable way, explains the correct connection.





 





8.9 new article







Instructions for fixed sockets for plan depression must contain information on the correct type of installation can, if it is relevant.





 





8.10 new article







Instructions for fixed sockets must indicate the location of the largest rated current for the foransiddende short circuit protection.





 





NOTE the correlation between the brand power of the foransiddende short circuit protection and connectors contact rated current specified in the power distribution notice section 6 c, table 817.43.





 





9 Control of dimensions





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





9.1 Clause shall be replaced by:







Equipment must be carried out in accordance with standard leaves the following table D 1a:





 



 





 





Correctly inserting the plugs in fixed or portable socket-outlets shall be deemed to be secured by an execution in accordance with these standard magazines.





 





Verification shall be done by the teacher or by measurement.







Socket-outlets shall be checked after a plug has been inserted in and taken from a outlet 10 times. The mains plug must be in accordance with the relevant standard leaf and have pins with the largest dimensions.







On topo guide plugs and Sockets both with and without ground control is performed by the in table D 2 specified parts in the order indicated by the help of the teachers at fig. D 1 to D 42.

















 





Table D 2







Teacher for plugs and Sockets





 





Share





Figure No.






Lære nr.1)





 

 

 





2,5 A stikpropper:



 

 











Stikbenenes diameter





D 9





C 9A













Together care D 13





C 13













Enpolet isætning





D 19





(C) 19A





 

 

 





Phase and zero for 10 A, 13 A and 16 A plugs (excluding flat legs) and grounding plug in the wall socket. standard leaf DK 1-1 c:



 

 











Stikbenenes diameter





D 9





C 9B or D 9B













Single-pole loading D 19





C 19B or D 19B













Afstand mellem stikben





D 10






C 10A or 10B 2 C) Phase and zero for electrical outlets (excluding. Feed holes for flat legs) as well as soil contact in plug with Earth contact:



 

 











Indføringshuller





D 1






C 1 2)













Distance between the feeding holes D 3






C 3 2) ‑ Distance between forflade and bottom of hole of contact bushing D 3







C 3 2)













Distance between forflade and the point at which only achieved contact with contact bushing D 7





(C) 7 or D 7







‑ Maximum opening in contact bushings (D) 11





(C) 11













Minimal opening in contact bushings (D) 2





(C) 2













Single-pole loading D 18





(D) 18





 

 

 





Phase and zero for EDB‑stikkontakter and phase of hospital Sockets:



 

 





‑ Distance between forflade and the point at which only achieved contact with contact socket





D 7





D 7













Prevention of the introduction of flat plugs 2.5 A 250 V





(D) 42





(D) 42







1)

2)





The following code:

(D) Special Danish sample teacher.

(C) Sample teacher for internationally-used systems.

For plugs with 4.8 mm legs is the monitoring of these teacher adequate.

Further control is not necessary.





 

 





Objectives which are not controlled in accordance with table D 2, or where the tests carried out according to this table is not exhaustive, is checked by measurement.



















9.2 the regulation is replaced by:







It must not be possible to introduce a plug in:













An outlet with a higher rated voltage or a lower rated current. Topo guide 13 (A) or 16A plugs fit together with both 10 and 13 A plugs, 2.5 A 250 V and a two-pole plug for appliances of class II match up with 10 (A) and 13 (A) 250 V topo guide Sockets, both with and without ground contact.













An electrical contact that has a deviant quantity voltage leading poles. Exceptions may be allowed for sockets, which are of a special execution, which allows intervention with plugs with a lower number of Poles, provided that there is no security risk may arise, not URf.eks. connection between a voltage leading pole and an Earth contact or disconnection of the Earth circuit.





 





In addition, it must not be possible to get a plug designed for appliances of class 0 or class I in interventions with an electrical outlet, which is intended exclusively for plugs for class II appliances.







Nor should it be possible to get a plug with round pins in place with a EDB‑stikkontakt or a hospital wall outlet.





 





After the test the second paragraph shall be added:







When testing of computer Sockets and Sockets be used try learn Hospital (D) 42. This test must be carried out always irrespective of what material the wall socket is made of.





 





10 Protection against electric shock





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





10.1 the legend shall be replaced by:







NOTE the requirement for non-contact safety during insertion required not met for fixed sockets after standard leaf DK 1 ‑1a and 1 ‑1a DKA.





 





10.2 Adding







NOTE in this article must be understood as all cover plates available covers and parts





 





10.2.2 Note 2 shall be replaced by the following requirements:







Except for fixed sockets after standard leaf DK 1-1 c is this option not allowed due to lack of protection of land in many existing installations.





 





10.3 Adding







Control of single-pole loading is performed with the on fig. 18 D and D 19 turned teacher.





 





10.3 Adding







NOTE in this article must be understood as all cover plates available covers and parts





 





10.3 addition to fifth paragraphs







Portable socket-outlets with accessible metal parts must also meet this requirement.





 





10.5 Add-on







Socket-outlets shall be provided with closers in accordance with what is stated in the standard blade.







The doctrine also introduced through any blind holes and feeding holes of grounding plug. It must not affect the voltage leading parts.





 





10.7 Add-on








The doctrine also introduced through all openings including any blind holes and feeding holes of grounding plug. It must not affect the voltage leading parts.





 





11 grounding





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





12 terminals and connections





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





12.2.1 modification of table 3:







In the first column, the words "10 A" to "10 (A) and 13 (A)".







The table's note (b)) are added:







There is no option for the dismantling of three 2.5 mm2 conductors or two 4 mm2 conductors.





 





12.3.11 addition to table 10:







Values of 10 A rated current is also used for 13 A rated current.





 





13 Execution of fixed socket-outlets





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





13.8 Instrument and the note applies only to sockets in the Periodenøgle field. standard leaf DK 1-1 c.





 





14 Execution of plugs and portable socket-outlets





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





14.4 Changing:







In stock with blindhul, where none of the contacts are marked with N, none of the contacts are considered as nulkontakt in accordance with this article.





 





14.21 notes 1 and 2 are replaced by the following:







Genmonterbare plugs for appliances of class II with less than 10 A rated current is not allowed.







Note 2 extension cords are exclusively done for class II appliances is not allowed.





 





14.23.2 Paragraph is replaced by:







Then insert the product in a real outlet with or without Earth contact pursuant to this section. The wall socket must be swivel hung around a horizontal axis through the contact terminals at a distance of 8 mm behind the socket switch forflade and in parallel with this.








In stock fitted with one or more socket-outlets shall be in each of the outlets before the test be inserted a suitable plug is fitted with a 1 m long 0.75 mm2 flexible cord, type H05VV‑F.







Note 1 an example of equipment fitted with multiple outlets is a branch plug.







The extra torque that must be applied against the wall socket in order to keep forfladen in the vertical plane must not exceed 0.25 Nm.







For branch plugs to the test under the care that the flexible wires hang freely down.





 





Additions:





 





14.26 Branch plugs must not have more than two outlets.





 





14.27 Sockets with several outlets must have at least one outlet for round plugs





 





Accordance with the provisions of 14.26 to 14.29 shall be checked by inspection.





 





14.28 shatterproof material must have protection class IPX4. Plugs must be in accordance with the standard leaf DK 2 ‑1a and Sockets After standard leaf DK 1 ‑3a.







NOTE plugs after the standard leaf DK 2 ‑1a can be used by replacing the plugs on stock of class II.





 





15 Sockets with locking





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





16 resistance to aging, protection by enclosures and resistance to moisture





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





17 Isolation resistance and voltage security





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





18 Function of soil contacts





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





19 temperature rise





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:

















 





Table 15 is replaced with the following table:







Table D15 – Nominal cross-sections of copper conductors for test for temperature rise





 





Rated current

(A)





Nominal cross sectional area

mm2 flexible conductors for portable equipment





Rigid conductors (a-or multithreaded) for fixed stock







Up to and including 13 (A)

16 (A)





1

1.5 *





1.5

2.5







*





Except for plugs iht. standard leaf DKA 2-1b and portable socket-outlets according to. standard leaf DKA 1-3b, designed for lightweight plastic sheath wire, as tested with 1 mm2 wire.

















 





20 Break ability





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





21 Normal use





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following change:





 





There shall be added:







With the sample on fig. 9 showed learn repeated addition through any blind holes.





 





22 Necessary force for extraction of plugs





 





This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following change:



















Table 3 C – maximum and minimum withdrawal force





 





Brand values





Number of

Poles











Pull-out force

N







Learn with

more

prongs

Maximum





Learn with

single

prongs

Minimum





Learn with

single

prongs

Maximum













Up to and including 13 (A)











2





40







3





50











1.5





17







Over 13 A to 16 A











2





50







3





54







More than 3





70











2





18

















 





23 flexible pipes and their connection







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





23.2 the testing provision's first four pieces and table 17 shall be replaced by:







Offload control efficiency shall be verified by a test as specified in the following using an appliance as shown in Fig. 20.







Ikke‑genmonterbart material shall be tested as shipped with new test pieces.







Genmonterbart equipment shall be tested with each of the wire types according to the HD 21 and HD 22, which are listed in table (D) 17. Surface plugs and flat Sockets for easy portable plastic sheath wire (see the table) be tested first with a bendable wire of type H03VV-F and then with a bendable wire of type H03VH‑H.





 





23.2 the last paragraph and table 19 shall not apply.





 



 





 





23.3 Replace







References to IEC 60227 and IEC 60245 are replaced with HD and HD 21 22.





 



 







 



 





24 mechanical strength







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following modifications:





 





Add-on:







‑ for shatterproof material applies in addition, 24.4 and 24.19.





 





24.4 Add-on:







Samples of shatterproof material performed on 3 new test pieces. It on fig. 27 specified between piece is removed, so that the equipment battle tested against the flat surface. The fall height is changed to 200 mm, and added 200 battles against the weakest place.





 





Add-on:





 






24.20 shatterproof material be tested also in accordance with 24.19.1 and 24.19.2. The tests are conducted at the same temperature as the samples in 24.4, see DS/IEC 60884-1, 24.4.







Before samples are torqued screws for fastening of plinths and manhole covers 2/3 of it in 12.2.8, table 6, specified torque





 







24.20.1 equipment must be resistant to static forces.







Checks shall be carried out by exposing the equipment for a static thrust, who, in the course of 10 seconds is increased smoothly from 0 to 750 N and entering with a cylindrical mandrel with a diameter of 10 mm.







The mandrel is applied against the weakest spots.







After the test sample shall show no visible cracks core or other deformation.





 






24.20.2 Brudsikkert stock, fitted with the hardest allowable input in accordance with the provisions of 14.4 and with appropriate length, must be subjected to an impact test, whereby the test piece is brought to swing against a concrete tile, which is mounted on a solid wall of brick, stone, concrete, etc., as shown in Fig. (D) 40.







Concrete tile has rectangular cross-section with dimensions (800 x 620 x 100) mm. The mounted in direct contact with the wall.





 





The equipment must be hung in the supply, so that the figure specified in paragraph (a) is 100 mm below the top edge, and so that the tile's suspension point is 1500 mm above that point. It then subtracts the test piece away from the tile in a vertical plane perpendicular to the wall, until the cord is horizontal.







Try the piece brought to fall 500 times against the tile in this way.







After each 100 strokes torqued the screws with the specified torque of 24.19







After the test sample must not show such damage that the kernel they no longer comply with the provisions of this section. In particular, must not have been accessible live parts.







NOTE apart from that small pieces have fallen off, and that the connectors are bent. The latter, on condition that the connectors can be put right again.





 






24.21 Control of plug contact's attachment to the installation box







Installation cans by the manufacturer in accordance with. Article 8 is declared to be applicable to socket-outlets shall be provided with a device for the attachment of the sockets, so that they are attached during normal use.







Screw fastening is considered to be satisfactory.







Checks shall be carried out by inspection.







Sockets, there shall be attached to the installation box with fixings iht. a standard, is considered to be satisfactory.







Checks shall be carried out by inspection iht. standard.







Sockets are pinned to the installation box with other devices shall be tested as follows:







The wall socket shall be attached to the Tin iht. the manufacturer's instructions.







The outlet is affected with a gradually increasing force that does not exceed 200 N perpendicular to the mounting surface, so that the resultant force affects the socket with the same direction as the contact terminals. The power to operate for 1 minute.







The test is repeated with force in a direction of 45 degrees relative to the mounting surface with the direction gradually spinning 360 degrees in the mounting sleep surface level.







After the tests must be AC outlet not have moved more than 0.5 mm in the Tin.





 





25 heat resistance







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





26 Screws, live electrical parts and connections







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 apply with the following change:







Thread cutting screws shall not be used, if they are to be operated by the fitting of equipment.





 





27 Shrink lines, air distances and distances through fill mass







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





28 Isolermateriales varme‑, ild‑ and krybestrøms safety







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





29 Rust protection







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 





30 Additional tests for insulated pins







This article in DS/IEC 60884-1 applies.





 















 



 



 





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