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TITEL 60335

Trainings IEC/EN 60335-1/-2-xy (white goods)

EN 60335-1 / -2-xy a rocket science?

Would you like to know more about the contents of the standard EN 60335-1 (safety of electrical devices for household use and similar purposes) and their device-specific special parts, about presumption of conformity, about conformity documents, about risk analyzes, about operating instructions, and, and, and ...?

External  Factory controls:

Training measures and, above all, training certificates/proofs for your employees are an integral part of a positive final report as part of factory inspections and follow-ups

I would be happy to train your responsible employees on site and provide the participants with a training certificate with training content.This training content includes the essential requirements of EN 60335-1, as well as optimal preparation for factory inspections and Follow-Ups, taking into account the harmonized CIG 021/022/023 requirements (factory inspection procedures, requirements for procedures in the manufacturing process, such as required documentation and processes).The preparation of the supporting documents will also be a part of the training.This enables you to reduce effectively  the risk of fee-based and cost-intensive Follow-Up audits. If necessary, I can provide you with these verification documents for easy handling.

Established processes and documentation in the manufacturing process should not only be considered as a mandatory measure in the certification process.

Also in the conformity assessment this procedure of a consistently supervised production process  is a not underestimated proof for the authorities in case of damages caused by the product.

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The training courses essentially contain the requirements of the basic standard EN 60335-1, an extension to product-specific requirements can take place after prior agreement of the exact product category or after product delivery.

  1. Scope
  2. Mormative references
  3. Terms and definitions
  4. General requirements
  5. General conditions for the tests
  6. Classifications
  7. Marking and Instructions
  8. Protection against access to live parts
  9. Starting of motor operated appliances
  10. Power input and current
  11. Heating
  12. Void
  13. Leakage current and electric strength at operating temperature
  14. Transient overvoltages
  15. Moisture resistance
  16. Leakage current and electric strength
  17. Overload protection of transformers and associated circuits
  18. Endurance
  19. Abnormal operation
  20. Stability and mechanical hazards
  21. Mechanical Strength
  22. Construction
  23. Internal wires
  24. Components
  25. Supply connection and external flexible cords
  26. Terminals for external conductors
  27. Provision for earthing
  28. Screws and connections
  29. Clearances, creepage distances and solid insulation
  30. Resistance to heat and fire
  31. Resistance to rusting
  32. Radiation, toxicity and similar hazards

Annex A (informative)Routine tests

Annex B (normative) Appliances powered by rechargeable batteries

Annex C (normative) Aging test on motors

Annex D (normative) Thermal motor protectors

Annex E (normative) Needle-flame test

Annex F (normative) Capacitors

Annex G (normative) Safety isolating transformers

Annex H (normative) Switches

Annex I (normative) Motors having basic insulation that is inadequate for the rated votage of the appliance

Annex J (normative) Coated printed circuit boards

Annex K (normative) Overvoltage categories

Annex L (normative)Guidance for measurement of clearance and creepage distances

Annex M (normative) Pollution degree

Annex N (normative) Proof tracking test

Annex O (normative) Selection and sequence of the tests of Clause 30

Annex P (informative) Guidance for the application of this standard to appliances used in warm damp equable climates

Annex Q (informative) Sequence of testsfor the evaluation of electronic circuits

Annex R (normative) Software evaluation

 

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