Vudorn Also see RCM below. There still remains some uncertainty on the true impact of this change at this time, including the provision for flammability of the VDR body. Contact Us for a Service Quote. Information Technology Equipment Safety Standards The requirements for outdoor equipment also apply, where relevant, to outdoor enclosures suitable for direct installation in the field and supplied for housing information technology equipment to be installed in an outdoor location. Some examples are given in 4. Eventual upgrade to an IEC translation Responsible body: For information on this subject, see IEC The following test report forms are related: Also, the criteria for overcharging of a rechargeable battery were modified to reflect some of the work done on IEC to kec a more realistic test condition.
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See Annex nae for examples of and references to regulatory requirements that apply to this equipment. NOTE 1 Examples of aspects with which uninstalled components, subassemblies, and accessories may not comply include the marking of the power rating and access to hazardous parts. NOTE 2 This standard may be applied to the electronic parts of equipment even if that equipment does not wholly fall within its Scope, such as large-scale air conditioning systems, fire detection systems and fire extinguishing systems.
Different requirements may be necessary for some applications. This standard also specifies requirements intended to reduce risks from acoustic outputs at communication receivers and similar devices used for voice telecommunication, regardless of transmission medium e.
See Annex nad. This standard is intended to reduce such risks with respect to installed equipment, whether it consists of a system of interconnected units or independent units, subject to installing, operating and maintaining the equipment in the manner prescribed by the manufacturer. This list is not intended to be comprehensive, and equipment that is not listed is not necessarily excluded from the scope.
Equipment complying with the relevant requirements in this standard is considered suitable for use with process control equipment, automatic test equipment and similar systems requiring information processing facilities. However, this standard does not include requirements for performance or functional characteristics of equipment. NOTE Attention is drawn to the fact that authorities of some countries impose additional requirements.
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