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BS EN 60335-1:2002 Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety. General requirements (+A14:2010) (incorporating corrigenda January 2002, December 2005, January 2007, June 2008, July 2009, March 2010, and May 2010) (Withdrawn)

Publication Year

2002

Document Status

Red 
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Abstract

Deals with the safety of electrical appliances for household and similar purposes, their rated voltage being not more than 250V for single-phase appliances and 480V for other appliances.

Document History

Supersedes BS EN 60335-1:1995 and its amendments which remains valid until all the Parts 2 that are used in conjunction with it have been withdrawn. No date of withdrawal of conflicting national standards (dow) has therefore been fixed. However, when Part 1 is used for appliances not covered by a Part 2, BS EN 60335-1:1995 is not to be used after 2008-07-01. Supersedes BS EN 60335-1:2002+A2:2006 which will be withdrawn on 1 May 2013. Amendment 15051 dated 22 April 2004 - changes to subclause 24.5, annex G and bibliography (cancelled and replaced by amd15172). Amendment 15172 is Corrigendum No.1 dated 10 May 2004 - correction to page numbering. Amendment 15336 dated 8 February 2005 - see national foreword. Amendment 15626 is Corrigendum No.2 dated 8 March 2005 - correction to contents pages. Amendment 16414 dated 30 June 2006 - see national foreword. Amendment 16671 dated 31 January 2007 - see national foreword. Amendment 16973 is Corrigendum No.3 dated 31 August 2007 - correction to 25.8 in annex ZA. Amendment dated 30 June 2008 - Addition of National Annex NB containing IEC interpretation sheet February 2007. Amendment dated 30 April 2009 - Implementation of CENELEC amendment A13:2008. Amendment dated 31 December 2009 - Implementation of CENELEC corrigendum July 2009. Amendment dated 31 March 2010 - Note deleted from Clause 22.44. Amendment dated 31 June 2010 - Implementation of CENELEC corrigendum May 2010, Annex ZZ added. Amendment dated 30 November 2010 - Implementation of CENELEC amendment A14:2010.

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