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    Approval and test specification - General requirements for electrical equipment

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    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

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    Published date:  05-11-1997

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 3100:1997 APPROVAL AND TEST SPECIFICATION-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - SECTION 1 SCOPE, APPLICATION AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
    7 - 1.1 SCOPE
    7 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    7 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    7 - STANDARDS
    8 - APPROVAL AND TEST SPECIFICATIONS
    10 - SECTION 2 DEFINITIONS
    10 - 2.1 GENERAL
    10 - 2.1.1 Accessory
    10 - 2.1.2 Active ( or active conductor)
    10 - 2.1.3 Appliance
    10 - 2.1.4 Cable
    10 - 2.1.5 Cable core
    10 - 2.1.6 Cable flexible
    10 - 2.1.7 Circuit-breaker
    10 - 2.1.8 Class I equipment
    11 - 2.1.9 Class II equipment
    11 - 2.1.10 Class II construction
    11 - 2.1.11 Class III equipment
    11 - 2.1.12 Clearance
    11 - 2.1.13 Conductor
    11 - 2.1.14 Conductor, bare
    12 - 2.1.15 Cord, flexible
    12 - 2.1.16 Cord, power supply
    12 - 2.1.17 Creepage distance
    12 - 2.1.18 Disruptive discharge
    12 - 2.1.19 Earthed
    12 - 2.1.20 Earthing conductor
    12 - 2.1.21 Equipment
    12 - 2.1.22 Equipment wiring
    13 - 2.1.23 Exposed metal
    13 - 2.1.24 Fault-current limiter
    13 - 2.1.25 Fixed equipment
    13 - 2.1.26 Fuse ( fusible cut-out)
    14 - 2.1.27 Heating element
    14 - 2.1.28 Insulated
    14 - 2.1.29 Insulation system
    14 - 2.1.30 Lamp holder, all insulated
    14 - 2.1.31 Live (alive)
    15 - 2.1.32 Luminaire (lighting fitting)
    15 - 2.1.33 Neutral (Neutral conductor)
    15 - 2.1.34 Non-hygroscopic
    15 - 2.1.35 Operating conditions
    15 - 2.1.36 Polyphase (multi-phase)
    15 - 2.1.37 Portable equipment
    15 - 2.1.38 Protective impedance
    15 - 2.1.39 Safeguarded (guarded)
    15 - 2.1.40 Safety extra-low voltage supply
    15 - 2.1.41 Safety isolating transformer
    16 - 2.1.42 Stationary equipment
    16 - 2.1.43 Screwless terminal
    16 - 2.1.44 Switch, Category 1
    16 - 2.1.45 Switch, Category 2
    16 - 2.1.46 Switch, Category 3
    16 - 2.1.47 Switch, single-pole
    16 - 2.1.48 Switch, multi-pole
    16 - 2.1.49 Temperature limiter
    16 - 2.1.50 Thermal cut-out
    16 - 2.1.51 Thermal cut-out, non-self-resetting, Type A
    17 - 2.1.52 Thermal cut-out, non-self-resetting, Type B
    17 - 2.1.53 Thermal cut-out, self-resetting
    17 - 2.1.54 Thermostat
    17 - 2.1.55 Tool
    17 - 2.1.56 Trip-free operation
    17 - 2.1.57 Voltage
    18 - SECTION 3 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
    18 - 3.1 GENERAL
    18 - 3.2 EQUIPMENT TO BE SUITABLE FOR CONDITIONS OF USE
    18 - 3.3 SELECTION OF MATERIALS AND PARTS
    19 - 3.4 SELECTION OF COMPONENTS
    19 - 3.5 WORKMANSHIP
    19 - 3.6 FUSES
    19 - 3.6.1 Accessibility and shrouding
    19 - 3.6.2 Mounting
    19 - 3.7 IDENTIFICATION OF WIRING
    20 - 3.8 REGULATING DEVICES AND SWITCHES
    20 - 3.8.1 Fixing and mounting
    20 - 3.8.2 Visual indications of positions
    20 - 3.8.3 Voltage and current limitation
    20 - 3.8.4 Switches for transportable machinery
    20 - 3.8.5 Switches
    21 - 3.8.6 Electronic regulating devices and switches
    21 - 3.9 SOCKET-OUTLETS
    21 - 3.10 EQUIPMENT INTENDED TO BE SUPPORTED BY CONTACTS OF SOCKET-OUTLETS
    21 - 3.10.1 Design of plug portion
    21 - 3.10.2 Equipment with integral pins
    22 - 3.11 STATIC CHARGE IN EQUIPMENT
    22 - 3.12 CONTROL METHODS
    22 - 3.13 STABILITY
    22 - 3.14 EQUIPMENT CONNECTED TO SUPPLY BY A PLUG
    24 - SECTION 4 PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL FAILURE
    24 - 4.1 PREVENTION OF SHORT-CIRCUIT AND ARCING
    24 - 4.1.1 General
    24 - 4.1.2 Segregation of internal wiring
    24 - 4.1.3 Creepage distances and clearances for appliances
    25 - 4.1.4 Additional requirements for appliances
    29 - 4.2 MECHANICAL PROTECTION OF CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
    29 - 4.2.1 General
    29 - 4.2.2 Adjacent material
    29 - 4.2.3 Passage for conductors
    29 - 4.2.4 Protection near moving parts
    29 - 4.2.5 Unprotected conductors with fibrous insulation
    29 - 4.3 TERMINALS AND CONNECTING FACILITIES FOR SUPPLY CONDUCTORS
    29 - 4.3.1 Connecting facilities required
    30 - 4.3.2 Design and construction of terminals
    31 - 4.3.3 Location of terminals
    31 - 4.3.4 Terminal arrangements
    32 - 4.3.5 Soldered connections
    32 - 4.3.6 Prevention of slipping or spreading of conductors
    32 - 4.3.7 Earthing conductors
    32 - 4.3.8 Conductors and terminals not to be stressed
    32 - 4.3.9 Temperature at terminals
    33 - 4.3.10 Access to terminal devices
    33 - 4.4 FLEXIBLE CORD AND CONNECTING PLUG
    33 - 4.4.1 When required
    35 - 4.4.2 Warning notice
    35 - 4.5 SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS
    35 - 4.5.1 General
    35 - 4.5.2 Provision for entry of flexible cord
    36 - 4.5.3 Cord anchorage
    37 - 4.5.4 Protection of supply flexible cord
    37 - 4.5.5 Interconnection cables and cords
    37 - 4.6 JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS
    37 - 4.6.1 Joints and insulation
    38 - 4.6.2 Soldered joints
    38 - 4.6.3 Limitations of soldered joints
    38 - 4.6.4 Joints and connections in lighting fittings
    38 - 4.6.5 Solderless joints
    38 - 4.6.6 Cascading of adaptors
    38 - 4.7 STRENGTH OF SCREW THREADS AND FIXINGS
    38 - 4.8 SPACE-THREADED AND THREAD-CUTTING SCREWS
    39 - 4.9 DIRECT CONNECTION TO FIXED WIRING
    39 - 4.10 MECHANICAL STRENGTH
    39 - 4.11 DEGREE OF PROTECTION (IP CLASSIFICATION)
    40 - SECTION 5 PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    40 - 5.1 GUARDING OF LIVE PARTS
    40 - 5.2 INSULATION OF LIVE PARTS
    40 - 5.2.1 General
    40 - 5.2.2 Separation of live parts from non-current-carrying conductive parts
    41 - 5.2.3 Equipment wiring
    42 - 5.2.4 Arrangement of equipment wiring
    42 - 5.3 EARTHING FACILITIES
    42 - 5.3.1 Exposed metal parts to have means of earthing
    42 - 5.3.2 Method of making the earth connection
    43 - 5.3.3 Design and construction of earthing terminal
    43 - 5.3.4 Resistance of earthing connection
    43 - 5.3.5 Printed conductors
    43 - 5.4 EQUIPMENT WITH DOUBLE INSULATION
    43 - 5.4.1 General
    44 - 5.4.2 Supplementary insulation
    44 - 5.4.3 Basic insulation
    44 - 5.4.4 Reinforced insulation
    44 - 5.4.5 External metal parts
    44 - 5.4.6 Detachable covers
    45 - 5.4.7 Arrangement of equipment wiring
    45 - 5.4.8 Insulation of internal wiring
    45 - 5.4.9 Openings in external metal walls
    45 - 5.4.10 Radio interference suppression devices
    46 - 5.5 EXTRA-LOW VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT
    46 - 5.6 SWITCHES IN PORTABLE HEATING APPLIANCES
    46 - 5.7 TEMPERATURE RISES FOR COMPONENTS AND INSULATING MATERIAL
    50 - 5.8 FAULT-INDICATING DEVICES
    51 - 5.9 FIXING OF HANDLES, KNOBS, OR THE LIKE
    52 - SECTION 6 RESISTANCE TO HEAT, FIRE AND TRACKING
    52 - 6.1 GENERAL
    52 - 6.2 RESISTANCE TO HEAT
    52 - 6.3 RESISTANCE TO FIRE
    52 - 6.4 RESISTANCE TO TRACKING
    53 - SECTION 7 MARKING
    53 - 7.1 INFORMATION TO BE MARKED
    54 - 7.2 METHOD OF MARKING
    54 - 7.3 DOUBLE MARKING
    55 - 7.4 MARKING OF EARTH CONNECTIONS
    55 - 7.5 MARKING OF CLASS II EQUIPMENT
    55 - 7.6 MARKING OF LIVE SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
    56 - 7.7 ADDITIONAL MARKING OF MULTI-RATED EQUIPMENT
    56 - 7.8 EQUIPMENT WITH TYPE X, Y AND Z ATTACHMENTS
    56 - 7.9 LEGIBILITY OF MARKING
    56 - 7.10 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
    57 - SECTION 8 TESTS
    57 - 8.1 GENERAL
    58 - 8.2 VOID
    58 - 8.3 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND LEAKAGE CURRENT
    58 - 8.3.1 Insulation resistance
    58 - 8.3.2 Leakage current test
    59 - 8.4 HIGH V OLTAGE (ELECTRIC STRENGTH) TEST
    59 - 8.4.1 Between live parts
    59 - 8.4.2 Equipment with earthing facilities
    59 - 8.4.3 Equipment with double insulation
    62 - 8.4.4 Non-conducting external parts
    62 - 8.4.5 Method of applying test
    63 - 8.4.6 Number of samples
    63 - 8.5 TEST OF EARTHING CONNECTION
    63 - 8.6 CORD ANCHORAGE
    64 - 8.7 TEST FOR SCREW THREADS AND FIXINGS ( See Clause 4. 7)
    64 - 8.7.1 Threaded fastenings of metal in metal or thermosetting plastic or wood, or the like
    64 - 8.7.2 Threaded fastenings with any component of thermoplastic material
    66 - 8.8 MECHANICAL STRENGTH TEST
    66 - 8.8.1 General
    66 - 8.8.2 Spring-operated impact-test apparatus
    67 - 8.8.3 Procedure
    67 - 8.8.4 Criteria
    67 - 8.9 STANDARD ELECTRODES FOR ELECTRIC STRENGTH TESTS
    67 - 8.10 STANDARD TEST FINGER AND PROTECTIVE IMPEDANCE
    67 - 8.10.1 General
    68 - 8.10.2 Design and construction
    68 - 8.10.3 Method of use
    68 - 8.10.4 Protective impedance
    69 - 8.11 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS
    69 - 8.11.1 Methods of measurement
    69 - 8.11.2 Thermometer method
    70 - 8.11.3 Thermocouple method
    70 - 8.11.4 Increase-of-resistance method
    70 - 8.11.5 Measurement of ambient temperature
    70 - 8.11.6 Maximum temperature rise
    70 - 8.12 TEMPERATURE AND FIRE RISK TEST
    72 - 8.13 TEST OF MARKING
    72 - 8.14 STABILITY TEST
    73 - 8.15 ABNORMAL OPERATION
    73 - 8.15.1 General
    74 - 8.15.2 Heating equipment test
    74 - 8.15.3 Locked-rotor test
    75 - 8.15.4 Equipment with three-phase motors
    75 - 8.15.5 Running overload test
    76 - 8.15.6 Equipment for short-time or intermittent operation
    76 - 8.15.7 Equipment with series motors
    76 - 8.15.8 Equipment incorporating electronic components
    77 - 8.15.9 Test results
    78 - APPENDIX A - REQUIREMENTS FROM THE 1994 EDITION
    82 - APPENDIX B - TESTS OF RESISTANCE TO HEAT, FIRE AND TRACKING
    82 - B1 INTRODUCTION
    82 - B2 RESISTANCE TO HEAT TEST
    83 - B3 RESISTANCE TO FIRE TESTS
    83 - B3.1 General
    83 - B3.2 Materials and tests
    83 - B3.3 Glow-wire test
    85 - B3.4 Needle-flame test
    85 - B4 RESISTANCE TO TRACKING TEST
    87 - APPENDIX C - MEASUREMENT OF CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES
    87 - CASE 1
    88 - CASE 2
    88 - CASE 3
    89 - CASE 4
    89 - CASE 5
    90 - CASE 6
    90 - CASE 7
    91 - CASE 8
    91 - CASE 9
    92 - CASE 10
    93 - APPENDIX D - INFORMATION ON THE SAFETY PRINCIPLES OF THE DESIGN AND TESTING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INCLUDING ....
    93 - D1 THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    93 - D2 PROTECTION OF LIVE PARTS
    93 - D3 EARTHING OF CLASS I EQUIPMENT
    94 - D4 MONITORED EARTHING CONNECTIONS
    94 - D5 INSULATION-ENCASED CLASS II CONSTRUCTION
    95 - D6 METAL-ENCASED CLASS II CONSTRUCTION
    95 - D6.1 Principles of double insulation
    95 - D6.2 Design of metal-encased Class II equipment
    96 - D6.3 Methods of achieving double insulation
    97 - D6.4 Connection to the power supply
    97 - D7 CLASSIFICATION OF THE TESTS INVOLVED
    97 - D7.1 General
    97 - D7.2 Type tests
    97 - D7.3 Surveillance tests
    98 - D7.4 Production tests
    98 - D8 REQUIREMENTS FOR ROUTINE TESTS
    98 - D8.1 General
    98 - D8.2 Effectiveness of insulation
    99 - D8.3 Continuity of earthing of Class I equipment
    99 - D8.4 Assembly of cord anchorage and terminal connections
    99 - D8.5 Correct position of wiring and components
    99 - D8.6 Correct functioning of the equipment
    99 - D8.7 Selection of tests
    99 - D8.8 Segregation of defective products
    101 - D9 PRODUCTION TEST EQUIPMENT
    102 - APPENDIX E - CIRCUIT FOR MEASURING LEAKAGE CURRENTS
    102 - E1 GENERAL
    102 - E2 CIRCUIT COMPONENTS
    104 - APPENDIX F - HEAT BEHAVIOUR TEST
    104 - F1 GENERAL
    104 - F2 TEST SPECIMEN
    104 - F3 TEST APPARATUS
    104 - F4 TEST METHOD
    105 - F5 TEST RESULTS
    106 - AMENDMENT CONTROL SHEET

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    Specifies essential safety requirements for approval and test purposes. It is a parent specification for a series of approval and test specifications.

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    This Standard specifies the general safety requirements for, or with respect to, equipment (including fittings, accessories, appliances and apparatus) of classes and types that are used in, or intended for use in, or in connection with, electrical installations in buildings, structures, and premises.Guidelines covering design and testing of electrical equipment to ensure safety and protection against electric shock, including the principles and application of double insulation, are contained in Appendix D. Users of this Standard may find it helpful to study Appendix D before reading the main body of this Standard.

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

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    Amendment 1 see DR 98258 CP. Amendment 2 see DR 98365 CP. Amendment 3 see DR 98599. Amendment 4 see DR 00019 CP. Amendment 5 see DR 00917 CP. Amendment 6 see DR 01938 CP First published in Australia as AS C100-1937.Redated 1939.Second edition 1940.Redated 1947.Redated 1948.Third edition 1953.Fourth edition 1964.Fifth edition 1971.Sixth edition 1972.Revised and redesignated AS 3100-1982.Second edition 1985.Third edition 1990.Fourth edition 1994.First published in New Zealand as NZS 1300:1958.Second edition 1965.Revised and redesignated NZS 6200:1988.Revised and redesignated NZS/AS 3100:1994.Jointly revised and designated AS/NZS 3100:1997. First published in Australia as AS C100-1937. Redated 1939. Second edition 1940. Redated 1947. Redated 1948. Third edition 1953. Fourth edition 1964. Fifth edition 1971. Sixth edition 1972. Revised and redesignated AS 3100-1982. Second edition 1985. Third edition 1990. Fourth edition 1994. First published in New Zealand as NZS 1300:1958. Second edition 1965. Revised and redesignated NZS 6200:1988. Revised and redesignated NZS/AS 3100:1994. Jointly revised and designated AS/NZS 3100:1997.

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