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IEC 62103

Electronic equipment for use in power installations

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 July 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 298
ICS Code (Other equipment related to power transmission and distribution networks): 29.240.99
ICS Code (Electricity supply systems): 91.140.50
scope:

This International Standard applies to the use of electronic equipment (EE) in power installations where a uniform technical level with respect to safety and reliability is necessary. This standard also applies to EE which are not covered by a specific product standard.

This standard defines the minimum requirements for the design and manufacture of EE connected to low-voltage (not exceeding 1 000 V a.c. or 1 500 V d.c.) mains supplies, for protection against electric shock, for testing and its integration into systems for power installations.

This standard does not cover the following applications: Electrical accessories and electrical appliances for household and similar purposes, medical equipment, electric railway equipment, data processing without control on systems and processes, public and private non-industrial telecommunication and radio communication equipment and networks, protection relays, residual-current-operated protective devices, uninterruptible power supplies, lighting equipment and public charging equipment for electrical vehicles.

Document History

IEC 62103
July 1, 2003
Electronic equipment for use in power installations
This International Standard applies to the use of electronic equipment (EE) in power installations where a uniform technical level with respect to safety and reliability is necessary. This standard...

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