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IEC 60060-3

High-Voltage Test Techniques Part 3: Definitions and requirements for on-site testing

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 February 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 40
ICS Code (Electrical and electronic testing): 19.080
ICS Code (Measurement of electrical and magnetic quantities): 17.220.20
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This part of IEC 60060 is applicable to the following on-site test voltages and in service stresses, which are in relation to IEC 60060-1:

- direct voltage;

- alternating voltage;

- lightning impulse voltage of aperiodic or oscillating shape;

- switching impulse voltage of aperiodic or oscillating shape.

For special tests the following voltages are used:

- very low frequency voltage;

- damped alternating voltage.

This standard is applicable to equipment with a highest voltage Um greater than 1 kV. The selection of on-site test voltages, test procedures and test voltage levels for apparatus, equipment or installations is under the responsibility of the relevant technical committee. For special applications, on-site test voltages different from those described in this standard may be specified by the relevant technical committee.

NOTE 1 The different voltage waveforms listed above do not necessarily provide equal stress on the test object.

NOTE 2 The selection of the test voltage levels should take the larger tolerances and measuring uncertainties into account.

Document History

IEC 60060-3
February 1, 2006
High-Voltage Test Techniques Part 3: Definitions and requirements for on-site testing
This part of IEC 60060 is applicable to the following on-site test voltages and in service stresses, which are in relation to IEC 60060-1: – direct voltage; – alternating voltage; – lightning...

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