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This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 3, FOREWORD 7, INTRODUCTION 11. 1 Scope 13, 2 Definitions 13, 3 Normative references 21. 4 General 23, 5 Standard ratings 25, 6 Classification 27. 7 Marking 29, 8 Dimensions 35, 9 Protection against electric shock 37. 10 Provision for earthing 37, 11 Terminals and terminations 43.
12 Interlocks 67, 13 Resistance to ageing of rubber and thermoplastic material 67. 14 General construction 69, 15 Construction of socket outlets 71. 16 Construction of plugs and connectors 73, 17 Construction of appliance inlets 77. 18 Degrees of protection 79, 19 Insulation resistance and dielectric strength 81. 20 Breaking capacity 83, 21 Normal operation 87, 22 Temperature rise 89.
23 Flexible cables and their connection 93, 24 Mechanical strength 103. 25 Screws current carrying parts and connections 109. 26 Creepage distances clearances and distances through sealing compound 115. 27 Resistance to heat fire and tracking 117, 28 Corrosion and resistance to rusting 121. 29 Conditional short circuit current withstand test 123. 30 Electromagnetic compatibility 127, Annex A normative Guidance and description of test apparatus 167. Annex B informative List of the clause numbers that require re testing 183. This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 5, Figure 1 Diagram showing the use of the accessories 129. Figure 2 Standard test finger 131, Figure 3 Spray apparatus 133.
Figure 4 Splash apparatus 135, Figure 5 Circuit diagrams for breaking capacity and normal operation tests 137. Figure 6 Apparatus for testing the cable anchorage 139. Figure 7 Impact test apparatus 141, Figure 8 Arrangement for mechanical strength test for plugs and connectors 141. Figure 9 Apparatus for flexing test 143, Figure 10 Ball pressure apparatus 143. Figure 11a Test apparatus example 145, Figure 11b Glow wire and position of the thermocouple 147. Figure 12 Arrangement and dimensions of the electrodes for the tracking test 149. Figure 13 Gauges for testing insertability of round unprepared conductors having. the maximum specified cross section 151, Figure 14 Examples of terminals 153.
Figure 15 Equipment test arrangement 157, Figure 16 Diagram of the test circuit for the verification of short circuit current. withstand of a two pole equipment on a single phase a c or d c 159. Figure 17 Diagram of the test circuit for the verification of short circuit current. withstand of a three pole equipment 161, Figure 18 Diagram of the test circuit for the verification of short circuit current. withstand of a four pole equipment 163, Figure 19 Information for the bending test 165. Figure A 1 Impact test fixture Pendulum assembly 171. Figure A 2 Impact test fixture Pendulum masses Quantity 4 175. Figure A 3 Impact test fixture Pendulum shaft end 177. Figure A 4 Impact test fixture Pendulum anvil 177, Figure A 5 Impact test fixture Pendulum shaft 179. Figure A 6 Impact text fixture Pendulum pivot 179, Figure A 7 Impact test apparatus Back and mounting plates 181.
This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 7, INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION. PLUGS SOCKET OUTLETS AND COUPLERS, FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES. Part 1 General requirements, 1 The International Electrotechnical Commission IEC is a worldwide organization for standardization comprising. all national electrotechnical committees IEC National Committees The object of IEC is to promote. international co operation on all questions concerning standardization in the electrical and electronic fields To. this end and in addition to other activities IEC publishes International Standards Technical Specifications. Technical Reports Publicly Available Specifications PAS and Guides hereafter referred to as IEC. Publication s Their preparation is entrusted to technical committees any IEC National Committee interested. in the subject dealt with may participate in this preparatory work International governmental and non. governmental organizations liaising with the IEC also participate in this preparation IEC collaborates closely. with the International Organization for Standardization ISO in accordance with conditions determined by. agreement between the two organizations, 2 The formal decisions or agreements of IEC on technical matters express as nearly as possible an international. consensus of opinion on the relevant subjects since each technical committee has representation from all. interested IEC National Committees, 3 IEC Publications have the form of recommendations for international use and are accepted by IEC National.
Committees in that sense While all reasonable efforts are made to ensure that the technical content of IEC. Publications is accurate IEC cannot be held responsible for the way in which they are used or for any. misinterpretation by any end user, 4 In order to promote international uniformity IEC National Committees undertake to apply IEC Publications. transparently to the maximum extent possible in their national and regional publications Any divergence. between any IEC Publication and the corresponding national or regional publication shall be clearly indicated in. the latter, 5 IEC provides no marking procedure to indicate its approval and cannot be rendered responsible for any. equipment declared to be in conformity with an IEC Publication. 6 All users should ensure that they have the latest edition of this publication. 7 No liability shall attach to IEC or its directors employees servants or agents including individual experts and. members of its technical committees and IEC National Committees for any personal injury property damage or. other damage of any nature whatsoever whether direct or indirect or for costs including legal fees and. expenses arising out of the publication use of or reliance upon this IEC Publication or any other IEC. Publications, 8 Attention is drawn to the Normative references cited in this publication Use of the referenced publications is. indispensable for the correct application of this publication. 9 Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this IEC Publication may be the subject of. patent rights IEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. International Standard IEC 60309 1 has been prepared by subcommittee 23H Industrial plugs. and socket outlets of IEC technical committee 23 Electrical accessories. This consolidated version of IEC 60309 1 consists of the fourth 1999 documents. 23H 88 FDIS and 23H 91 RVD and its amendment 1 2005 documents 23H 174 FDIS and. 23H 182 RVD, The technical content is therefore identical to the base edition and its amendment and has. been prepared for user convenience, It bears the edition number 4 1.
A vertical line in the margin shows where the base publication has been modified by. amendment 1, Annex A forms an integral part of this standard. Annex B is for information only, This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 9, The committee has decided that the contents of the base publication and its amendments will. remain unchanged until the maintenance result date indicated on the IEC web site under. http webstore iec ch in the data related to the specific publication At this date. the publication will be, reconfirmed, replaced by a revised edition or. This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 11, INTRODUCTION, International Standard IEC 60309 is divided into several parts.
Part 1 General requirements comprising clauses of a general character. Subsequent parts Particular requirements dealing with particular types The clauses of these. particular requirements supplement or modify the corresponding clauses in part 1 Where the. text of subsequent parts indicates an addition to or a replacement of the relevant. requirement test specification or explanation of part 1 these changes are made to the. relevant text of part 1 which then becomes part of the standard Where no change is. necessary the words This clause of part 1 is applicable are used. This is a preview click here to buy the full publication. 60309 1 IEC 1999 A1 2005 13, PLUGS SOCKET OUTLETS AND COUPLERS. FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES, Part 1 General requirements. This standard applies to plugs and socket outlets cable couplers and appliance couplers with. a rated operating voltage not exceeding 690 V d c or a c and 500 Hz a c and a rated. current not exceeding 250 A primarily intended for industrial use either indoors or outdoors. The list of preferred ratings is not intended to exclude other ratings. This standard applies to plugs and socket outlets cable couplers and appliance couplers. hereinafter referred to as accessories for use when the ambient temperature is normally. within the range of 25 C to 40 C These accessories are intended to be connected to. cables of copper or copper alloy only, This standard applies to accessories with screwless type terminals or insulation piercing. terminals with a rated current up to and including 16 A for Series I and 20 A for Series II. The use of these accessories on building sites and for agricultural commercial and domestic. applications is not precluded, Socket outlets or appliance inlets incorporated in or fixed to electrical equipment are within. the scope of this standard This standard also applies to accessories intended to be used in. extra low voltage installations, This standard does not apply to accessories primarily intended for domestic and similar.
general purposes, In locations where special conditions prevail for example on board ship or where explosions. are liable to occur additional requirements may be necessary. 2 Definitions, Where the terms voltage and current are used they imply the d c or the a c r m s values. For the purpose of this part of IEC 60309 the following definitions apply. The application of accessories is shown in Figure 1. plug and socket outlet, a means enabling the connection at will of a flexible cable to fixed wiring It consists of two. 5 IEC provides no marking procedure to indicate its approval and cannot be rendered responsible for any equipment declared to be in conformity with an IEC Publication 6 All users should ensure that they have the latest edition of this publication 7 No liability shall attach to IEC or its directors employees servants or agents including individual experts and members of its technical

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