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    Approval and test specification - General requirements for household and similar electrical appliances

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    Withdrawn date:  30-06-2017

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    Published date:  05-04-1996

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 3300-1996/NZS 6300:1996 APPROVAL AND TEST SPECIFICATION-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
    4 - PREFACE
    6 - CONTENTS
    13 - 1 SCOPE AND APPLICATION
    13 - 1.1 Interference suppression
    14 - 2 DEFINITIONS
    14 - 2.1 General
    14 - 2.2 Specific definitions
    14 - 2.2.1 Rated voltage
    14 - 2.2.2 Rated voltage range
    15 - 2.2.3 Working voltage
    15 - 2.2.4 Rated input
    15 - 2.2.5 Rated current
    15 - 2.2.6 Rated frequency
    15 - 2.2.7 Rated frequency range
    15 - 2.2.8 Rated capacity
    15 - 2.2.9 Detachable flexible cable or cord
    15 - 2.2.10 Power supply cord
    15 - 2.2.11 Supply leads
    15 - 2.2.12 Basic insulation
    16 - 2.2.13 Supplementary insulation
    16 - 2.2.14 Double insulation
    16 - 2.2.15 Reinforced insulation
    16 - 2.2.16 Class O appliance
    16 - 2.2.17 Class OI appliance
    16 - 2.2.18 Class I appliance
    16 - 2.2.19 Class II appliance
    17 - 2.2.20 Class III appliance
    17 - 2.2.21 Extra-low voltage
    17 - 2.2.22 Safety extra-low voltage supply
    17 - 2.2.23 Safety isolating transformer
    17 - 2.2.24 Portable appliance
    17 - 2.2.25 Hand-held appliance
    17 - 2.2.26 Stationary appliance
    17 - 2.2.27 Fixed appliance
    17 - 2.2.28 Appliance for building-in
    18 - 2.2.29 Conditions of adequate heat discharge
    18 - 2.2.30 Normal load
    18 - 2.2.31 Rated operating time
    18 - 2.2.32 Continuous operation
    18 - 2.2.33 Short-time operation
    18 - 2.2.34 Intermittent operation
    18 - 2.3.35 Non-detachable part
    18 - 2.3.36 Detachable part
    18 - 2.3.37 Thermostat
    18 - 2.2.38 Temperature limiter
    18 - 2.2.39 Thermal cutout
    18 - 2.2.40 Self-resetting thermal cutout
    18 - 2.2.41 Thermal cutout, non-self-resetting Type A
    18 - 2.2.41A Thermal cutout, non-self-resetting Type B
    18 - 2.2.42 Tool
    18 - 2.2.43 Creepage distance
    19 - 2.2.44 Clearance
    19 - 2.2.45 All-pole disconnection
    19 - 2.2.46 Visibly glowing heating element
    19 - 2.2.47 Accessible part or accessible surface
    19 - 2.2.48 Body
    19 - 2.2.49 Function and interconnection cable or cord
    19 - 2.2.201 Switch-Category 1
    19 - 2.2.202 Switch-Category 2
    19 - 2.2.203 Switch-Category 3
    19 - 2.2.204 Screwless terminal
    20 - 3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    20 - 3.1 Design and construction
    20 - 3.201 Compliance with alternative requirements
    20 - 3.202 Direct current component from alternating current appliances
    22 - 4 GENERAL NOTES ON TESTS
    22 - 4.1 Type of tests
    22 - 4.2 Sampling
    22 - 4.3 Order of tests
    22 - 4.4 Position during tests
    22 - 4.5 Temperature
    22 - 4.6 Voltage
    23 - 4.7 Appliances with alternative heating elements or accessories
    23 - 4.8 Appliances with heating elements and motors
    23 - 4.9 Appliances with variable setting devices
    23 - 4.10 Appliances for building-in
    23 - 4.11 Appliances supplied by flexible cable or cord
    23 - 4.12 Variation of rating with temperature
    23 - 4.13 Normal load
    24 - 4.14 Class III appliances
    24 - 4.15 Earthing of accessible metal parts
    24 - 4.16 Unearthed accessible metal in Class I appliances
    24 - 4.17 Appliances operating at safety extra-low voltage
    24 - 4.18 Special appliances
    24 - 5 RATING
    24 - 5.1 Maximum rated voltage
    24 - 6 CLASSIFICATION
    24 - 6.1 General
    24 - 7 MARKING
    24 - 7.1 General
    25 - 7.2 Appliances for short-time or intermittent operation
    25 - 7.3 Detachable heating elements
    26 - 7.4 Appliances with adjustable voltage or input ratings
    26 - 7.5 Appliances or detachable heating elements with multiple voltage ratings or ranges
    26 - 7.6 Symbols
    27 - 7.7 Terminals
    27 - 7.8 Connection diagram
    27 - 7.9 Control switches
    27 - 7.10 Positions of regulating devices and switches
    27 - 7.11 Adjustable devices
    28 - 7.12 Instructions for installation and use
    28 - 7.13 Instruction sheets
    28 - 7.14 Legibility and durability
    29 - 8 PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
    29 - 8.1 Construction and enclosure
    31 - 8.2 Appliances used in contact with skin or hair
    31 - 8.3 Appliances with flexible shafts
    31 - 8.4 Conducting liquids
    31 - 8.5 Shafts of knobs, handles, levers and the like
    31 - 8.6 Handles, knobs and levers held or actuated in normal use
    31 - 8.7 Handles continuously held in normal use
    32 - 8.8 Capacitors
    32 - 8.9 Appliances connected to supply by a plug
    32 - 9 STARTING OF MOTOR-OPERATED APPLIANCES
    32 - 9.1 General
    32 - 9.2 Void
    32 - 9.3 Overload protection devices
    32 - 10 INPUT AND CURRENT
    32 - 10.1 Rated input
    33 - 10.2 Motor-operated appliances
    33 - 10.3 Heating appliances or detachable heating elements
    33 - 11 HEATING
    33 - 11.1 Normal use
    37 - 11.2 Location or position during tests
    38 - 11.3 Determination of temperature
    38 - 11.4 Operation of heating appliances during tests
    38 - 11.5 Operation of motor-operated appliances during tests
    38 - 11.6 Operation of combined appliances during tests
    39 - 11.7 Operation time
    39 - 11.8 Limits of temperature rise
    39 - 11.9 Appliances with cord storage devices
    39 - 11.10 Accelerated ageing tests on insulating systems of motor windings
    40 - 12 OPERATION UNDER OVERLOAD CONDITIONS OF APPLIANCES WITH HEATING ELEMENTS
    40 - 12.1 Normal use
    40 - 12.2 Test
    41 - 12.3 Additional test
    41 - 13 ELECTRICAL INSULATION AND LEAKAGE CURRENT AT OPERATING TEMPERATURE
    41 - 13.1 Normal use
    41 - 13.2 Leakage current test
    43 - 13.3 Electric strength test
    44 - 14 RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
    44 - 14.1 General
    44 - 15 MOISTURE RESISTANCE
    44 - 15.1 Enclosures
    44 - 15.2 Tests of enclosures
    45 - 15.3 Effect of spillage
    45 - 15.4 Effect of humidity
    46 - 16 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND ELECTRICAL STRENGTH
    46 - 16.1 General
    46 - 16.2 Leakage current test
    47 - 16.3 Insulation resistance test
    48 - 16.4 Electric strength test
    48 - 17 OVERLOAD PROTECTION
    48 - 17.1 Appliances incorporating circuits supplied from transformers
    49 - 18 ENDURANCE
    49 - 18.1 General
    50 - 18.2 Operating time
    50 - 18.3 Starting
    50 - 18.4 Appliances provided with automatic starting
    50 - 18.5 Appliances with self-resetting thermal cutouts
    51 - 18.6 Test results
    51 - 19 ABNORMAL OPERATION
    51 - 19.1 General
    52 - 19.2 Reduced voltage test
    52 - 19.3 Increased voltage Test 1
    52 - 19.4 Increased voltage Test 2
    52 - 19.5 Increased voltage Test 3
    52 - 19.6 Stalled-motor test
    54 - 19.7 Appliances with three-phase motors
    54 - 19.8 Running overload test
    54 - 19.9 Appliances for short-time or intermittent operation
    54 - 19.10 Appliances with series motors
    54 - 19.11 Test results
    55 - 20 STABILITY AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS
    55 - 20.1 Stability
    56 - 20.2 Mechanical hazards
    56 - 21 MECHANICAL STRENGTH
    56 - 21.1 General
    57 - 21.2 Screwed glands and conduit entries
    57 - 21.3 Test for screwed glands
    58 - 21.4 Test for conduit entry shoulders
    58 - 22 CONSTRUCTION
    58 - 22.1 Protection against electric shock
    58 - 22.2 Protection against moisture
    58 - 22.3 Operation in normal positions
    58 - 22.4 Protection against penetration from beneath
    58 - 22.5 Appliances with adjustable voltage setting
    58 - 22.6 Appliances with adjustable thermostats
    58 - 22.7 Location of buttons of non-self-resetting controls
    59 - 22.8 Appliances with integral pins
    59 - 22.9 Appliances where integral pins are prohibited
    59 - 22.10 Removal of parts needed for moisture protection
    59 - 22.11 Protection against water
    59 - 22.12 Fixing of handles, knobs and the like
    59 - 22.13 Fixing of components which may require replacement
    60 - 22.14 Storage hooks and cord reels for flexible cords
    60 - 22.15 Void
    60 - 22.16 Use of fibrous or hygroscopic material as insulation
    60 - 22.17 Use of driving belts for insulation
    61 - 22.18 Segregation of safety extra-low voltage parts and other live parts
    61 - 22.19 Use of reinforced insulation
    61 - 22.20 Removal and replacement of insulation
    61 - 22.21 Use of flexible cord sheath as supplementary insulation inside an appliance
    61 - 22.22 Creepage and clearance distances of Class II appliances
    62 - 22.23 Supplementary and reinforced insulation
    62 - 22.24 Direct contact between live parts and thermal insulation
    62 - 22.25 Construction of handles
    63 - 22.26 Bare heating elements
    63 - 22.27 Sagging of heating conductors
    63 - 22.28 Safeguards against excessive pressure
    63 - 22.29 Fixing of spacers
    63 - 22.30 Corrosion
    63 - 22.31 Appliances connected to gas or water pipes and appliances intended to be permanently connected
    64 - 22.32 Appliances having compartments liable to be cleaned in normal use
    64 - 22.33 Protection of internal parts against oil, grease and the like
    64 - 22.34 Brushes, brush-holders and brush-caps
    64 - 22.35 Void
    64 - 22.36 Use of asbestos
    64 - 23 INTERNAL WIRING
    64 - 23.1 Mechanical protection
    64 - 23.2 Protection and enclosures
    64 - 23.3 Use of beads and similar ceramic insulators
    65 - 23.4 Wiring which can move
    65 - 23.5 Maintenance of creepage distances and clearance
    65 - 23.6 Identification of wiring
    66 - 23.7 Use of d-type fuse-bases
    66 - 23.8 Use of aluminium conductors
    66 - 23.9 Use of lead-tin soldering
    66 - 24 COMPONENTS
    66 - 24.1 General
    67 - 24.2 Prohibited components
    67 - 24.3 Switches
    68 - 24.4 Sockets
    68 - 24.5 Connecting devices used for intermediate connections
    68 - 24.6 Lampholders
    68 - 24.7 Series resistors of glow-discharge lamps
    69 - 24.8 Thermal cutouts
    69 - 24.9 Switch required for mobile motor-operated appliances
    69 - 24.10 Mercury switches
    69 - 24.11 Class I appliances with heating elements
    69 - 24.201 Electronic regulating devices and switches
    69 - 25 SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS
    69 - 25.1 Means of connection
    69 - 25.2 Provision of connection facility
    70 - 25.3 Appliance inlets
    70 - 25.4 Power supply cord assembly
    70 - 25.5 Fitting of plugs
    71 - 25.6 Power supply cord general requirements
    71 - 25.7 Moulding-on of cord
    72 - 25.8 Insulation at cord entry
    72 - 25.9 Inlet bushings
    73 - 25.10 Cord guards
    74 - 25.11 Cord anchorages
    76 - 25.12 Connection facilities
    77 - 25.13 Interconnection cables and cords-General
    77 - 25.14 Interconnection cables and cords-access to live parts
    77 - 26 TERMINALS FOR EXTERNAL CONDUCTORS
    77 - 26.1 Types of fixings
    78 - 26.2 Terminals for fixed wiring and type X attachments
    78 - 26.3 Terminals for Types X, Y and Z attachments
    78 - 26.4 Independent clamping means required
    78 - 26.5 Clamping of conductors
    79 - 26.6 Preparation of conductors for termination
    79 - 26.7 Pillar or tunnel terminals
    80 - 26.8 Screw terminals
    80 - 26.9 Stud terminals
    81 - 26.10 Additional test
    81 - 26.11 Grouping of terminals
    82 - 26.12 Access to terminal devices
    82 - 26.13 Terminal devices of appliances with type X attachments
    82 - 27 PROVISION FOR EARTHING
    82 - 27.1 Where required
    82 - 27.2 Earthing terminals-General requirements
    83 - 27.3 Earthing connections-General
    83 - 27.4 Earthing connections-Resistance to corrosion
    83 - 27.5 Resistance of earthing connections
    84 - 27.201 Printed conductors
    84 - 28 SCREWS AND CONNECTIONS
    84 - 28.1 Mechanical strength
    86 - 28.2 Engagement of thread
    86 - 28.3 Contact pressure of electrical connections
    86 - 28.4 Space-threaded and thread-cutting screws
    86 - 28.5 Use of screws and rivets
    86 - 29 CREEPAGE DISTANCES, CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION
    86 - 29.1 Creepage distances and clearances
    89 - 29.2 Minimum insulation thicknesses
    90 - 29.3 Terminal clearances for appliances above 25 A
    90 - 30 RESISTANCE TO HEAT, FIRE AND TRACKING
    90 - 30.1 Resistance to heat of external parts of non-metallic material and insulating material retaining live parts in position
    90 - 30.2 Resistance of non-metallic material to fire
    91 - 30.3 Void
    91 - 30.4 Void
    91 - 30.5 Resistance to tracking
    91 - 30.201 Solid insulating materials and non-metallic enclosures
    91 - 30.201.1 General requirements
    91 - 30.201.2 Non-metallic materials
    92 - 30.201.3 Attended appliances
    92 - 30.201.4 Unattended appliances
    93 - 30.201.5 Parts other than enclosures
    93 - 31 RESISTANCE TO RUSTING
    93 - 31.1 General
    94 - 32 RADIATION, TOXICITY AND SIMILAR HAZARDS
    101 - APPENDIX A - VOID
    101 - APPENDIX B - ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
    101 - B1 SCOPE
    101 - B2 DEFINITIONS
    101 - B2.101 Electronic components
    101 - B2.102 Protective impedance
    101 - B4 GENERAL NOTES ON TESTS
    101 - B4.1 Type of tests
    101 - B4.2 Sampling
    101 - B4.101 Perturbations from external sources
    101 - B8 PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
    101 - B8.1 Construction and enclosure
    102 - B8.8 Capacitors
    102 - B11 HEATING
    102 - B11.8 LIMITS OF TEMPERATURE RISE
    102 - B13 ELECTRICAL INSULATION AND LEAKAGE CURRENT AT OPERATING TEMPERATURE
    102 - B13.1 Normal use
    102 - B16 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH
    102 - B16.1 General
    102 - B16.4 Electric strength test
    103 - B19 ABNORMAL OPERATION
    103 - B19.101 Electronic circuits
    103 - B19.102 Fault conditions
    104 - B19.103 Application of fault conditions
    105 - B19.104 Appliance safety dependent on miniature fuse-links
    105 - B22 CONSTRUCTION
    105 - B22.18 Segregation of safety extra-low voltage parts and other live parts
    105 - B22.19 Use of reinforced insulation
    105 - B22.101 Protective impedance
    106 - B29 CREEPAGE DISTANCES, CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION
    106 - B29.1 Creepage distances and clearances
    106 - B29.2 Minimum insulation thicknesses
    106 - B30 RESISTANCE TO HEAT, FIRE AND TRACKING
    106 - B30.201 Solid insulating materials and non-metallic enclosures
    106 - B30.201.4 Printed circuit boards
    108 - APPENDIX C - VOID
    108 - APPENDIX D - ALTERNATIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR PROTECTED MOTOR UNITS
    109 - APPENDIX E - MEASUREMENT OF CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES
    113 - APPENDIX F - MOTORS NOT ISOLATED FROM THE SUPPLY MAINS AND HAVING BASIC INSULATION NOT DESIGNED FOR THE RATED VOLTAGE OF THE....
    113 - F1 SCOPE
    113 - F4 GENERAL NOTES ON TEST
    113 - F4.18 Special appliances
    113 - F5 RATING
    113 - F5.1 Maximum rated voltage
    113 - F8 PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
    113 - F8.1 Construction and enclosure
    113 - F11 HEATING
    113 - F11.3 Determination of temperature rise
    113 - F11.8 Limits of temperature rise
    113 - F16 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH
    113 - F16.4 Electric strength test
    113 - F19 ABNORMAL OPERATION
    113 - F19.1 General
    114 - F19.101 Defects
    114 - F23 INTERNAL WIRING
    114 - F23.101 Class I appliances incorporating a motor supplied by a rectifier
    115 - F29 CREEPAGE DISTANCES, CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION
    115 - F29.1 Creepage distances and clearances
    116 - APPENDIX G - CIRCUIT FOR MEASURING LEAKAGE CURRENTS
    116 - G1 GENERAL
    116 - G2 CIRCUIT COMPONENTS
    119 - ANNEX A - LIST OF VARIATIONS BETWEEN THIS SPECIFICATION AND IEC 335-1: 1976, SAFETY OF HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL.....
    129 - ANNEX B - REQUIREMENT FROM THE 1992 EDITION
    129 - 30.201 SOLID INSULATING MATERIALS AND NON-METALLIC ENCLOSURES
    129 - 30.201.1 General requirements
    129 - 30.201.2 Glow-wire tip temperature and duration of test
    130 - 30.201.3 Compliance
    132 - ANNEX C - SELECTION AND SEQUENCE OF THE TESTS OF CLAUSE 30.201 AS CONTAINED IN THE BODY OF THIS STANDARD

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    Specifies general safety requirements for household and similar electrical appliances. It is a base Standard which, when combined with a particular standard in the AS 3300/NZS 6300 series, becomes a complete standard for the particular appliance. It is based on IEC 335-1:1976, 2nd edition, including Amendments 1 to 6. It is identical with NZS 6300:1996 and produced as a Joint Australian/New Zealand Standard.

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    This Standard applies to electric heating appliances and electric motor-operated or magnetically-driven appliances for household and similar purposes.NOTES:1 Appliances not intended for normal household use but which nevertheless may be a source of danger to the public, such as appliances intended to be used by laypersons in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this Standard. Examples of such appliances are appliances for hairdressers, soldering irons, glue pots, sterilizers, infra-red radiation appliances, feed boilers, water pumps and lawn mowers.2 Except in so far as this Standard deals with electric toys, it does not take into account the special hazards which exist in nurseries and other places where there are young children or aged or infirm persons without supervision; in such cases, additional requirements may be necessary.3 This Standard does not apply to -(a) appliances designed exclusively for industrial purposes;(b) appliances intended to be used in locations where special conditions prevail, such as the presence of a corrosive or explosive atmosphere (dust, vapour or gas);(c) separate motors;(d) appliances for high frequency heating except microwave ovens within the scope of AS 3301/NZS 6325;(e) radio and television receiving appliances within the scope of AS/NZS 3250; (f) appliances for medical purposes within the scope of AS/NZS 3200; (g) wires and cables; and (h) accessories.4 Gramophones and similar motor-operated appliances intended to be used in, or in combination with, electronic equipment are tested together with such equipment in accordance with AS/NZS 3250.5 For appliances intended to be used in vehicles or on board ships or aircraft, additional requirements may be necessary.6 For appliances intended to be used in tropical countries, special requirements may be necessary.7 Attention is drawn to the fact that in many countries additional requirements are specified by the national health authorities and the national authorities responsible for the protection of labour.

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    Committee EL-002
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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    Amendment 1 to AS 3300-1996 see DR 96303. Amendment 2 to AS 3300-1996 see DR 97051 CP. Amendment 3 to AS 3300-1996 see DR 97329 CP First published as AS 3300-1978.Second edition 1980.Third edition 1983.Fourth edition 1986.Fifth edition 1988.Sixth edition 1992.Seventh edition 1996. First published as AS 3300-1978. Second edition 1980. Third edition 1983. Fourth edition 1986. Fifth edition 1988. Sixth edition 1992. Seventh edition 1996.

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    AS 3304-1991 Approval and test specification - Particular requirements for skin or hair care appliances
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