BS EN 61772:2013 - Nuclear power plants. Control rooms. Application of visual display units (VDUs)

BS EN 61772:2013

Nuclear power plants. Control rooms. Application of visual display units (VDUs)

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 2013



IEC 61980-1:2020 applies to the supply device for charging electric road vehicles using wireless methods at standard supply voltages per IEC 60038 up to 1 000 V AC and up to 1 500 V DC.

Electric road vehicles (EV) covers road vehicles, including plug-in hybrid road vehicles (PHEV) that derive all or part of their energy from on-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS).

This document also applies to wireless power transfer (WPT) equipment supplied from on-site storage systems (e.g. buffer batteries).

The aspects covered in this document include

• the characteristics and operating conditions of a supply device,

• the specification for required level of electrical safety of a supply device,

• communication between EV device and vehicle to enable and control WPT,

• efficiency, alignment and other activities to enable WPT, and

• specific EMC requirements for a supply device.

The following aspects are under consideration for future documents:

• requirements for MF-WPT systems supplying power to EVs in motion;

• requirements for bidirectional power transfer.

This document does not apply to:

• safety aspects related to maintenance,

• WPT system for trolley buses, rail vehicles and vehicles designed primarily for use off?road, and

• any safety or EMC requirements for the vehicle side.

IEC 61980-1:2020 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2015. This edition constitutes a technical revision.

This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:

a) the contents of IEC 61980-1:2015 have been re-organized so that this document is generally applicable to any WPT technologies;

b) technology specific requirements, mostly for MF-WPT in the main text of IEC 61980-1:2015, have been transferred to IEC 61980-2 and IEC 61980-3;

c) Annex A, Annex B and Annex C have been removed and contents of these annexes have been transferred to the relevant technology specific parts of the IEC 61980 series;

d) duplications and overlaps of the requirements within IEC 61980-1:2015 have been resolved;

e) terms and definitions which are specified in IEC 61851-1:2017 and are applicable for WPT system have been directly described in this document, with modification for some terms. The reference to IEC 61851-1 is withdrawn.

Standard NumberBS EN 61772:2013
TitleNuclear power plants. Control rooms. Application of visual display units (VDUs)
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 March 2013
Confirm Date01 August 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 61771, IEC 60964:2009, ISO 11064, EN 60964:2010, EN 61513, IEC 61226:2005, IEC 61227:2008, IEC 61513, EN ISO 11064, IEC 62241:2004, IEC 61839:2000, IAEA Safety Guide NS-G-1.3:2002
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsIEC 61980-1:2020,EN 61772:2013
Draft Superseded By19/30352631 DC
DescriptorsControl systems, Display devices (computers), Equipment housing facilities, Computer hardware, Electric power stations, Control equipment, Computer terminals, Nuclear-electric power stations, Ergonomics, Work stations, Nuclear technology, Electric road vehicles, Electric power supply, Road vehicles, Electrical equipment, Energy technology, Power supply (electric)
Title in FrenchCentrales nucléaires de puissance. Salles de commande. Utilisation des unités de visualisation
Title in GermanKernkraftwerke. Warten Anwendung von Sichtgeräten
ISBN978 0 580 75551 4
File Size1.182 MB

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