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International Electrotechnical Standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
International Electrotechnical Standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)

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IEC 60079-29-1
Edition 1.0
 
2007-08
INTERNATIONALSTANDARDNORMEINTERNATIONALE
Explosive atmospheres –Part 29-1: Gas detectors – Performance requirements of detectors for flammablegasesAtmosphères explosives –Partie 29-1: Détecteurs de gaz – Exigences d’aptitude à la fonction desdétecteurs de gaz inflammables
INTERNATIONALELECTROTECHNICALCOMMISSIONCOMMISSIONELECTROTECHNIQUEINTERNATIONALE
X
ICS
29.260.20
 PRICE CODECODE PRIXISBN 2-8318-9249-X
 
TC 31/Publication 60079-29-1 (2007), First edition/I-SH 01
 EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES –Part 29-1: Gas detectors – Performance requirementsof detectors for flammable gasesINTERPRETATION SHEET
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This interpretation sheet has been prepared by IEC technical committee 31: Equipmentfor explosive atmospheres.The text of this interpretation sheet is based on the following documents:
ISH Report on voting31/809/ISH 31/817/RVD
Full information on the voting for the approval of this interpretation sheet can be found inthe report on voting indicated in the above table. __________There has been a request for formal interpretation of the drop test fail criterion in theperformance standard IEC 60079-29-1 (2007), Subclause 5.4.14.The fail criterion is:“The apparatus shall be considered to have failed this test if there is a loss of function(e.g. alarm, pump function, controls, display) after the test”.
Question:
Is the interpretation of this text, that the loss of function, even in a short period during theinterruption and until restart of the equipment will fail the test? Or is a permanent loss of function needed to fail the equipment, e.g. a broken display or a pump, which cannotrestart?Bouncing of a battery spring in the moment of impact can cause the drop out of power inbattery supplied equipment, and make it shut down. Is this considered as sufficient to failthe test? Or would it be sufficient safe situation for the user if the equipment could restartand show the correct measurement?
Interpretation:
 Any loss of function after the test including any change of state is considered a failuresince there is continued dependency on the life safety device even under adverse affectssuch as an accidental drop of the device during use. Automatic or manual re-starting isnot acceptable.

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