CSA ISO/IEC 30129
Information technology — Telecommunications bonding networks for buildings and other structures
|Publication Date:||1 January 2020|
|ICS Code (Interface and interconnection equipment):||35.200|
This International Standard specifies requirements and recommendations for the design and installation of connections (bonds) between various electrically conductive elements in buildings and other structures, during their construction or refurbishment, in which information technology (IT) and, more generally, telecommunications equipment is intended to be installed in order to
a) minimise the risk to the correct function of that equipment and interconnecting cabling from electrical hazards,
b) provide the telecommunications installation with a reliable signal reference - which may improve immunity from electromagnetic interference (EMI).
The requirements of this International Standard are applicable to the buildings and other structures within premises addressed by ISO/IEC 14763-2 (e.g. residential, office, industrial and data centres) but information given in this International Standard may be of assistance for other types of buildings and structures.
NOTE Telecommunications centres (operator buildings) are addressed by ITU-T K.27.
This International Standard does not apply to power supply distribution of voltages over AC 1 000 V.
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements and safety requirements for power supply installation are outside the scope of this International Standard and are covered by other standards and regulations. However, information given in this International Standard may be of assistance in meeting the requirements of these standards and regulations.