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This part of IEC 61347 specifies particular safety requirements for electronic controlgear for use on d.c. supplies up to 380 V and a.c. supplies up to 600 V at 50 Hz or 60 Hz and at an output frequency that can deviate from the supply frequency, associated with LED modules.

Note 1A: A lamp controlgear for LED modules may also be referred to as “LED controlgear”, “LED driver”, “LED power supply”, or similar wording associated with “LED”.

Note 2A: Requirements for self-ballasted LED modules intended for connection using interchangeable dedicated connection interface (IDCI) that do not employ ANSI standard base configurations are specified in Annex CB DB of CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 62031.

Note 3A: A non-electronic lamp controlgear for LED modules is also covered by specific requirements of this Standard. The phrase “electronic lamp controlgear” is understood to also apply to a “non-electronic lamp controlgear”.

This Standard applies to the safety of such equipment designed to be installed on branch circuits not exceeding 600 V nominal or less between conductors in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, and also for connection to additional isolated power sources such as batteries, generators, solar cells, and fuel cells.

The object of this Part 2 Standard is to specify general electrical safety requirements for LED controlgear. The requirements of this Standard apply to a specific end use product when it is explicitly referred to by that product standard. Each individual product standard may supplement, modify, or omit a general rule of this Part 2 Standard to provide the relevant requirements for each type of product.

The annexes of CAN/CSA-E61347-1 that are applicable according to this Part 2 Standard and that use the word “lamp” are understood to also apply to LED modules.

Particular requirements for SELV controlgear are given in Annex I.

Plug-in controlgear, being part of the luminaire, are covered as for built-in controlgear by the additional requirements of the luminaire standard CSA C22.2 No. 250.0.

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1  Scope

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1.1
This Standard specifies general and safety requirements for:

non-integrated light-emitting diode (LED) modules without integral controlgear (LEDni modules) and semi-integrated LED modules (LEDsi modules) for operation under constant voltage, constant current, or constant power; and self-ballasted Integrated LED modules (LEDi modules) with integral controlgear for use on dc supplies up to 250 V or ac supplies up to 347 V.

LED modules within the scope of this document can be integral, built-in or independent.

This document is not applicable for LED lamps.

1.2
This Standard applies to units for use in non-hazardous locations that are intended to be installed or used in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, and also to units that are intended for connection to isolated (non-utility connected) power sources such as generators, batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, and ac/dc converters.

1.3
Requirements for LED light enginemodules, intended for connection to a circuit described in 1.1 b), are specified in Annex DB.

Note 1: The safety requirements for separate controlgear are specified in CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61347-2-13.

Note 2: In the requirements of this Standard, where both types of LED modules, integrated modules, and modules with external controlgear are addressed, the term “modules” is used instead. The term “LED module(s)” is used to denote modules without external controlgear. The term “integrated LED module(s)” is used to denote modules with internal controlgear.

1.4
The values given in SI units are the standard. Where values are given in parentheses, they are for information only.

Categories: Electrical
Origin: CSA
Close date: Feb 13, 2021
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This part of IEC 61951 specifies marking, designation, dimensions, tests and requirements for portable sealed nickel-cadmium small prismatic, cylindrical and button rechargeable single cells, suitable for use in any orientation.

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Origin: CSA
Close date: Feb 13, 2021
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This part of IEC 61951 specifies marking, designation, dimensions, tests and requirements for portable sealed nickel-metal hydride, small prismatic, cylindrical and button rechargeable single cells, suitable for use in any orientation.

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Close date: Mar 7, 2021
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This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:
Addition:

This document applies to the design of pedestrian controlled walk-behind

cylinder lawnmowers;

and

rotary lawnmowers

equipped with

– metallic cutting means; and/or
– rigid non-metallic cutting means; and/or
– non-metallic cutting means with one or more cutting elements pivotally mounted on a generally circular drive unit, where these cutting elements rely on centrifugal force to achieve cutting, and have a kinetic energy for each single cutting element of greater than 10 J.

NOTE 101 Machines that have non-metallic cutting means and a kinetic energy for each single cutting element of less than or equal to 10 J are considered to be lawn trimmers.

This document does not apply to

– robotic lawnmowers;
– remote-controlled lawnmowers;
– flail mowers or flail-type attachments;
– scissors type lawnmowers;
– grassland mowers;
– sickle bar mowers;
– towed/semi-mounted grass-cutting machines;
– scrub-clearing machines;
– lawn trimmers and lawn edge trimmers;
– lawn edgers;
– grass trimmers;
– brush cutters;
– brush saws;
– agricultural mowers;
– trailing seat/sulky units;
– ride-on machines;
– non-powered lawnmowers;
– combustion engine powered lawnmowers;
– hybrid and fuel cell powered machines and associated charging systems; and
– garden tractors or their attachments.

NOTE 102 Robotic lawnmowers are covered by IEC 60335-2-107, and will be covered by a future part of IEC 62841.

NOTE 103 Lawn trimmers and lawn edge trimmers are covered by IEC 60335-2-91.

NOTE 104 Lawn trimmers, lawn edge trimmers, grass trimmers, brush cutters and brush saws will be covered by a future part of IEC 62841.

NOTE 105 Lawn edgers will be covered by a future part of IEC 62841.

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Close date: Mar 7, 2021
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This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:

Addition:

This document applies to hand-held and walk-behind lawn trimmers and lawn edge trimmers, used by a standing operator for cutting grass, weeds or similar soft vegetation, and grass trimmers, brush cutters and brush saws used by a standing operator for cutting grass, weeds, brush, bushes, saplings and similar vegetation.

This document does not apply to

– hand-held machines having a mass of 18 kg or greater;
– self-propelled lawn trimmers or lawn edge trimmers;
– scissors type lawn trimmers and lawn edge trimmers;
– machines equipped with metallic cutting accessories consisting of more than one piece, 

e.g. pivoting chains or flail blades;

– edgers with rigid and/or metallic cutting devices.

NOTE 101 Freely pivoting non-metallic cutting elements are considered not to be rigid cutting devices.

NOTE 102 Edgers with rigid or metal cutting devices will be covered by a future part of IEC 62841-4.

NOTE 103 Annex EE provides an informative summary of characteristics for lawn trimmers, lawn edge trimmers, grass trimmers, brush cutters and brush saws.

Brush cutters and brush saws covered by this document are designed only to be operated with the machine to the right of the operator.

Categories: Electrical
Origin: CSA
Close date: Mar 12, 2021
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1.1.1
These fuseholders and devices accommodate fuses to be employed in electrical circuits and are intended to be used in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (CE Code Part I), CSA C22.1, the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Mexican Electrical Code, NOM-001.

1.1.2
These requirements cover:

a) Fuseholders for fuses intended for use with fuse classes covered in the ANCE NMX-J-009-248; CSA C22.2 No. 248 and UL 248 series of standards, Parts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15; and
b) Fuseholder accessories (such as covers, indicators, adapters, etc.).

1.2 Object
1.2.1
This Standard and its subsequent parts establish the characteristics, construction, operating conditions, markings, and test conditions for fuseholders.

1.3 Units of measurement
1.3.1
The values given in SI (metric) shall be normative. Any other values given shall be for information purposes only.

1.4 Undated reference
1.4.1
Any undated reference to a code or standard appearing in the requirements of this standard shall be interpreted as referring to the latest edition of that code or standard.

1.4.2
When a reference is made to another code or standard, the product shall comply with the code or standard of the country in which the product is intended to be used.

1.4.3
In Canada, general requirements applicable to this standard are given in CSA C22.2 No. 0, General Requirements – Canadian Electrical Code, Part II.

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Close date: Mar 12, 2021
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1.1.2
These requirements cover fuseholders intended for use with Class G Fuses as described in NMX-J-009/248/5-2000-ANCE, CSA C22.2 No. 248.5, UL 248-5, Low-Voltage Fuses - Part 5: Class G Fuses.

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Close date: Mar 20, 2021
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IEC 62841-3-9:2020 applies to transportable mitre saws intended to be used with a toothed saw blade for cutting wood and analogous materials, plastics and nonferrous metals except magnesium with a saw blade diameter not exceeding 410 mm, which hereinafter might simply be referred to as saw or tool.

This International Standard does not apply to mitre saws intended to cut other metals, such as magnesium, steel and iron. This document does not apply to mitre saws with an automatic feeding device. 

This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- Clause 1: Scope: increase of the maximum saw blade diameter to 410 mm;
- Corrigendum 1 and Corrigendum 2 of the first edition have been incorporated in this second edition.
This Part 3-9 is to be used in conjunction with the IEC 62841-1:2014.

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Origin: CSA
Close date: Mar 22, 2021
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1.1  This Part is intended to be read together with the Standard for Fuseholders – Part 1: General Requirements, hereafter referred to as Part 1. The titles of the Clauses in this Part correspond to the similarly titled Clauses in Part 1. The requirements of Part 1 apply unless modified by this Part.  For the Part 1 requirements, refer to the Standard for Fuseholders – Part 1: General Requirements, NMX-J-009-4248-ANCE / CSA C22.2 No. 4248.1 / UL 4248-1.

1.2  These requirements cover fuseholders intended for use with Supplemental Fuses as described in NMX-J-009/248/14-ANCE, CSA C22.2 No. 248.14, UL 248-14, Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 14: Supplemental Fuses.

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1.1 
This Part is intended to be read together with the Standard for Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 1: General Requirements, hereafter referred to as Part 1. The titles of the Clauses in this Part correspond to the similarly titled Clauses in Part 1. The requirements of Part 1 apply unless modified by this Part.  For the Part 1 requirements, refer to the Standard for Low-Voltage Fuses – Part 1: General Requirements, NMX-J-009-248/1-ANCE / CSA C22.2 No. 248.1 / UL 248-1.

1.2
This Part applies to semiconductor fuses rated 2000 Vac or less. DC ratings are optional.

NOTE: The Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, defines low voltage as any voltage exceeding 30 V but not exceeding 1000 V inclusive and high voltage as any voltage exceeding 1000 V. The National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, defines high voltage as more than 600 V, nominal.

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Close date: Mar 22, 2021
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1.1  
This Standard applies to low-voltage fuses rated 1000 V or less, AC and/or DC, with interrupting ratings up to 300 kA (200 kA for Mexico). These fuses are intended to be used in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1, NOM – 001, Mexican Electrical Code, and the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.

1.2
This Standard and its subsequent Parts establish the characteristics, construction, operating conditions, markings, and test conditions for each of the fuse classes so that initial investigation and follow-up verification can be performed in an orderly manner. The titles of the Clauses in this Part 1 correspond to the similarly titled Clauses in subsequent Parts.