BS EN 60086-1:2007 - Primary batteries. General

BS EN 60086-1:2007

Primary batteries. General

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : April 2007 Replaced By : BS EN 60086-1:2011

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IEC 60086 standardizes primary batteries with respect to their electrochemical system, dimensions, nomenclature, terminal configurations, markings, test methods, typical performance, safety and environmental aspects. The major technical changes concern the addition of "Test condition tolerances" in 6.6 and the standardization of the "Z" electrochemical system (Nickel oxyhydroxide) included in Table 3.

Standard NumberBS EN 60086-1:2007
TitlePrimary batteries. General
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 April 2007
Withdrawn Date01 March 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60410, IEC 60086-4, EN 60086-2:2007, EN 61429:1996/AMD 11:1998, IEC 60086-2, EN 60086-3:2005, EN 61429:1996/Corrrigendum:1998, EN 61429:1996, EN 60086-5:2005, IEC 60086-5, IEC 61429, ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1, EN 60086-4:2000, IEC 60086-3
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 60050(482):2004, ISO 7000
Replaced ByBS EN 60086-1:2011
ReplacesBS EN 60086-1:2001
International RelationshipsEN 60086-1:2007,EN 61360-1:2002,IEC 60086-1:2006,IEC 60349-2:2010
Draft Superseded By05/30137420 DC
DescriptorsMarking, Storage, Performance, Primary batteries, Electric connectors, Electrochemical devices, Electric cells, Environmental cleanliness, Electrochemistry, Designations, Interchangeability, Electrical testing, Electrical measurement, Electric terminals, Electrical safety, Dimensions, Performance testing
Title in FrenchPiles électriques. Généralités
Title in GermanPrimärbatterien. Allgemeines
ISBN978 0 580 50389 4
File Size1.145 MB

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