BS EN 62561-1:2017 - Lightning protection system components (LPSC). Requirements for connection components

BS EN 62561-1:2017

Lightning protection system components (LPSC). Requirements for connection components

Status : Current, Under review   Published : July 2017



This part of IEC 62561 specifies the requirements and tests for metallic connection components that form part of a lightning protection system (LPS). Typically, these can be connectors, clamps, bonding and bridging components, expansion pieces and test joints.

For the purposes of this document the following connection types are considered as connection components: exothermic, brazing, welding, clamping, crimping, seaming, screwing or bolting.

Testing of components for an explosive atmosphere is not covered by this document.

Standard NumberBS EN 62561-1:2017
TitleLightning protection system components (LPSC). Requirements for connection components
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date28 July 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60068-2-52:1996, IEC 62561-2:2012, ISO 6957:1988, ISO 6988:1985 (R11)
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 62305-3:2010, IEC 62305-1:2010, EN 50164-1:2008
International RelationshipsEN 60947-4-3:2000/A2:2011,EN 62561-1:2017,IEC 62561-1:2017
Draft Superseded By15/30326945 DC
DescriptorsElectrical safety, Lightning conductors, Climatic protection, Electrical protection equipment, Lightning protection
Title in FrenchComposants des systèmes de protection contre la foudre (CSPF) Exigences pour les composants de connexion
Title in GermanBlitzschutzsystembauteile (LPSC) Anforderungen an Verbindungsbauteile
ISBN978 0 580 90949 8
File Size1.104 MB

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