BS EN 60127-2:2014 - Miniature fuses. Cartridge fuse-links

BS EN 60127-2:2014

Miniature fuses. Cartridge fuse-links

Status : Current, Under review   Published : November 2014



This part of IEC 60127 relates to special requirements applicable to cartridge fuse-links for miniature fuses with dimensions measuring 5 mm × 20 mm and 6,3 mm × 32 mm for the protection of electric appliances, electronic equipment and component parts thereof, normally intended for use indoors.

It does not apply to cartridge fuse-links for appliances intended to be used under special conditions, such as in corrosive or explosive atmospheres.

This standard applies in addition to the requirements of IEC 60127‑1.

The object of this standard is to define special and additional test methods for cartridge fuse-links applying in addition to the requirements of IEC 60127‑1.

Standard NumberBS EN 60127-2:2014
TitleMiniature fuses. Cartridge fuse-links
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 November 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60068-2-21:2006, ISO 3, IEC 60127-1:2006+A1:2011, EN 60068-2-21:2006, EN 60127-1:2006+A1:2011, IEC 60068-2-20, EN 60068-2-20, IEC 60127-1:2006, EN 60127-1:2006
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 61249-2-7:2002, IEC 61249-2-7:2002
ReplacesBS EN 60127-2:2003+A2:2010
International RelationshipsEN 60127-2:2014,IEC 60127-2:2014
Draft Superseded By11/30257400 DC
DescriptorsDimensions, Electrical testing, Electronic equipment and components, Miniature, Test methods, Electrical equipment, Fuse-links, Cartridge fuse-links, Electrical faults, Fuses, Electrical protection equipment
Title in FrenchCoupe-circuit miniatures. Cartouches
Title in GermanGeräteschutzsicherungen. Feinsicherungseinsätze
ISBN978 0 580 77596 3
File Size2.635 MB

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