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BS 3676-1:2000 Switches for household and similar fixed-electrical installations. General requirements (+A2:2008) (incorporating corrigendum January 2007) (Withdrawn)

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2000

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Abstract

Details definitions, requirements, test methods, ratings, classification and marking for manually operated a.c. switches not exceeding rated voltage 440V and not exceeding rated current 63A and intended to operate at 50Hz. For switches with screwless terminals, the rated current is limited to 16A maximum.

Document History

Supersedes BS EN 60669-1:1996 Amendment 12098 dated March 2001 - Addition of secondary identifier BS 3676-1:2000. Amendment 14684 dated 10 October 2003 - Implementation of IEC amendment 1:1999 with CENELEC endorsement A1:2002. Amendment 16997 is Corrigendum No.1 dated 30 March 2007 - Implementation of CENELEC corrigendum January 2007. Revised dates of withdrawal (dow) introduced to the EN foreword and the EN foreword to amendment A1. Amendment dated 31 May 2009 - Implementation of IEC amendment 2:2006 with CENELEC endorsement A2:2008.

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