BS EN 50125-1:2014 - Railway applications. Environmental conditions for equipment. Rolling stock and on-board equipment

BS EN 50125-1:2014

Railway applications. Environmental conditions for equipment. Rolling stock and on-board equipment

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : April 2014

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This European Standard intends to define environmental conditions within Europe. NOTE 1 It can also be applied elsewhere by agreement. The scope of this European Standard covers the definitions and ranges of the following parameters: Altitude, temperature, humidity, air movement, rain, snow and hail, ice, solar radiation, lightning, pollution for rolling stock and on-board equipment (mechanical, electromechanical, electrical, electronic). In particular, this European Standard defines interface conditions between the vehicle and its environment. The defined environmental conditions are considered as normal in service. NOTE 2 Further guidance on severe conditions can be found within prEN 16251. Rolling stock or parts of it can also be used outside the specification with reduced performance. NOTE 3 In these cases, relevant operating rules could be necessary to ensure the technical compatibility between the rolling stock and environmental conditions. Microclimates surrounding components may be defined by relevant product standards or by special requirements. Passenger effects on the equipment and equipment effects on the passengers are not considered in this European Standard. This European Standard does not apply to cranes, mining vehicles, cable cars. This European Standard also does not apply to natural disaster (e.g. earthquake).




Standard NumberBS EN 50125-1:2014
TitleRailway applications. Environmental conditions for equipment. Rolling stock and on-board equipment
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date30 April 2014
Confirm Date24 October 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 50124-2:2017, EN 14067-6:2018, BS EN 14067-6:2018, IEC 60529, IEC 60721-2-3, EN 60721-3-5, IEC 60721-3-5, EN 60529, HD 478.2.3 S1
Informative References(Provided for Information)2011/291/EU, EN 50163, IEC 60721-2-7, prCEN/TR 16251, IEC 60721-3-0, EN 60721-3-0, IEC 60721-2-2, 2008/57/EC, HD 478.2.1 S1, 2008/232/EC, HD 478.2.7 S1, HD 478.2.2 S1, IEC 60721-1, IEC 60721-2-1, EN 60721-1, EN 50155:2017
ReplacesBS EN 50125-1:1999
International RelationshipsEN 50125-1:2014
Draft Superseded By12/30235267 DC
DescriptorsPollution, Atmospheric pressure, Electromechanical devices, Electronic equipment and components, Grades (quality), Height, Environment (working), Acceleration, Classification systems, Rainfall, Electrical components, Electric power system disturbances, Railway equipment, Harmonics, Humidity, Temperature, Electrical equipment, Solar radiation, Alternating current, Snow, Railway vehicles, Atmospheric disturbances, Ice Railway applications
ICS29.280
45.060.10
Title in FrenchApplications ferroviaires. Conditions d'environnement pour le matériel. Equipement embarqué du matériel roulant
Title in GermanBahnanwendungen. Umweltbedingungen für Betriebsmittel. Betriebsmittel auf Bahnfahrzeugen
CommitteeGEL/9/2
ISBN978 0 580 72995 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size446 KB
Price£130.00


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