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TEST REPORT IEC 61558-2-16

Safety of power transformers, power supplies, reactors and similar products for supply voltages up to 1100 V Part 2: Particular requirements and tests for switch mode power supply units and transformers for switch mode power supply units
Report Reference No. ................... : T211-0255/12 Date of issue .................................... : 2012-06-28 Total number of pages ..................... : 106 CB Testing Laboratory ................. : SIQ – Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology Address ........................................... : Tržaška cesta 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia Applicant' s name ......................... : GlobTek, Inc. Address ........................................... : 186 Veterans Dr. Northvale, NJ 07647 USA Test specification: Standard........................................... : IEC 61558-2-16:2009 (First Edition) used in conjunction with IEC 61558-1 (Second Edition) + A1:2009 (EN 61558-1:2005 + A1:2009; EN 61558-2-16:2009) Test procedure ................................ : CB Non-standard test method .............. : N/A Test Report Form No. ................... : IEC61558_2_16A Test Report Form(s) Originator........ : VDE Testing and Certification Institute Master TRF ...................................... : Dated 2009-10 Copyright © 2009 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved.
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Test item description............................................... : Plug-in Power Supply Trade Mark................................................................. : GlobTek trade mark Manufacturer.............................................................. : GlobTek, Inc. Address ...................................................................... : 186 Veterans Dr. Northvale, NJ 07647 USA Model/Type reference ................................................ : GT-41080-1812-W3E Rating(s) .................................................................... : Input: 100-240 V~; 50-60 Hz; 0,5 A; class I; Output: 12 V ; 1,25 A

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TRF No. IEC61558_2_16A

Page 3 of 106 Summary of testing: Tests performed (name of test and test clause): All applicable tests were performed. See test report for list of applied tests. Testing location:

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SIQ – Slovenian Institute of Quality and Metrology Tržaška cesta 2, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

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TRF No. IEC61558_2_16A

............................................... Schematics.............. : N/A (not applicable) ....... : Short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer Application ......(2012-06-28) General remarks: The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested.... : IP20 Other characteristics ............ Suzhou............ Inc.............. : Associated SMPS Report No.. 76............ 2........... 186 Veterans Dr........................................... : / Rated ambient temperature ta (°C) ........... layouts............... without the written approval of the Issuing testing laboratory................................. "(See appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report........ : F (Fail) Testing.test object does meet the requirement...... IEC61558_2_16A ...... 2...... Update: (2012-06-26) ....... Throughout this report a comma (point) is used as the decimal separator...................... : Date of receipt of test item ................. : Class I (Class II construction with functional earth) Short-circuit protection ............... : / Short-circuit voltage (V)...................................................... 1..... : Yes / No fail safe ....Page 4 of 106 Test item particulars ............................. user manual............................................... : P (Pass) ......... Suzhou Industrial Park.... NJ 07647 USA 2) GlobTek (Suzhou) Co.JiangSu 215021............ This report shall not be reproduced... No. T211-0255/12 Type of transformers ... "(See Enclosure #)" refers to additional information appended to the report........ : N/A Possible test case verdicts: ......... Ltd Building 4....1 This Test Report consist of the following documents: 1....test object does not meet the requirement..................test case does not apply to the test object .................................... : Yes / No Protection index...... : 2012-03-15................. General product information: See detailed technical data in Enclosure No...... technical documentation – Enclosure No............................. : (2012-04-02) – (2012-05-11).............................. Update 2012-06-26 Date (s) of performance of tests ... : Yes / No non-inherently short-circuit proof................ China TRF No.............................. : Input line fuse inherently short-circuit proof .......... 3.. Jin Ling East Rd.................. Manufacturing locations: 1) GlobTek.............. Photos – Enclosure No............ Northvale............. : Yes / No non short-circuit proof... : stationary / portable / hand-held Protection against electric shock.. except in full........ IEC 61558-2-16 test report..............

.. operating temperature................g..Remark Report No... kVA or W) ...25 A e) rated frequency (Hz) ...... for DC...: 100-240 V a..c...........c........... T211-0255/12 Verdict 8 8.... or DC for direct current-output h) symbol for electrical function (according to one or more part’s 2) in addition with the symbol for SMPS (IEC 61558-2-16:09) i) j) manufacturer's name or trademark or name of the responsible vendor model or type reference GlobTek trademark Model: GT-41080-1812-W3E P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A k) vector group according to IEC 60076 for threephase transformer l) symbol for Class II m) symbol for Class III n) index IPXX if other than IP00 o) rated max......... increased by multiples of 5 (e..... b) rated output voltage (V) .......: 12 V d........ For example: P P P N/A P P N/A P P g) symbol AC for alternating current. tw 120........Page 5 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .......: d) rated output current (A) ................. tw 125 ) N/A N/A s) transformers used with forced air cooling shall be marked with ”AF” in m/s t) Information from the manufacturer to the purchaser (data sheet) : – – short-circuit voltage (% rated supply voltage) for stationary transformers > 1000 VA electrical function of the transformer N/A N/A N/A P TRF No. c) rated output (VA..............: for AC........: 1.....: 50-60 Hz f) rated power factor (if not 1) ................... IEC61558_2_16A ..: p) rated minimum ambient temperature ta min..........................1 MARKING AND OTHER INFORMATION Transformer marked with: a) rated supply voltage or voltage range (V) .. ambient temperature ta (if not 25 °C) ................... if <10° C and if a temperature sensitive device is used q) short-time duty cycle: operating time Intermittent duty cycle: operating and resting time (e...................g..................... 5min/30min) r) for tw-marked transformers marked with the rated max.........

2 Marking for transformers IP00 or for associated transformers: type and trademark. N/A N/A N/A 8.Remark Report No.6 Terminals for neutral: "N" Terminal for protective earth marked with earthing symbol Identification of input terminals: "PRI" Identification of output terminals: "SEC" Symbol for any point/terminal in connection with frame or core No terminals N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A P N/A N/A N/A P 8..3 8.Page 6 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .7 8..11 Correct symbols: Volts Amperes V A (mA) P P N/A N/A P Volt amperes (or volt-amperes reactive for reactors) VA or (VAR) Watts Hertz W Hz TRF No. T211-0255/12 Verdict 8... 8.. Symbol for Class II construction not confused with maker's name or trademark..10 Indication for correct connection Instruction sheet for type X. IEC61558_2_16A . Z attachments Transformer for indoor use shall be marked with the relevant symbol. Class II transformer with parts to be mounted – delivered with all parts for class II after mounting.9 8. Symbol for class II transformer placed on the part which provides class II.5 For short-circuit proof transformers or noninherently short-circuit proof transformers: Rated current (A or mA) and symbol for time current characteristics of the fuses for non-inherently short-circuit proof transformer with incorporated fuses and non-short-circuit proof transformer ..8 8. : Manufacturer's model or type reference and rating of the device for non-inherently short-circuit proof transformers with incorporated replaceable protective device (other than fuses) Construction sheet for transformers with replaceable protective device (other than fuses) information with information about the replacement. instruction sheets Adjusted voltage easily and clearly discernible For each tapping or winding: rated output voltage and rated output necessary connections clearly indicated SMPS designed to supply a specific appliance or equipment P 8.. Y.4 N/A N/A N/A 8.

c.c.c.Page 7 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . T211-0255/12 Verdict Input Output Direct current Neutral Single-phase a. Three-phase and neutral a.c. ambient temperature Frame or core terminal Protective earth IP number Earth (ground for functional earth) PRI SEC d.Remark Report No. Power factor Class II construction Class III construction Fuse-link Rated max. Three-phase a. IEC61558_2_16A N/A or N/A or N/A or N/A or N/A or N/A P N/A N/A N/A . (DC) or N N/A N/A P N/A P 3 3/N cos ϕ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ta P N/A N/A IP N/A N/A Marked on marking plate For indoor use only tw5 YYY tw10 YYY twx YYY Additional Symbols (IEC 61558-2-16:09) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe separating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof separating transformer or SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof separating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof isolating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) TRF No.

data sheet.2): The installation shall be made according to the wiring rules. IEC61558_2_16A . indicated by higher figure 8. 18.Page 8 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . or N/A N/A P N/A N/A or N/A or P N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. input etc. thermal link): The device can not be reseted or replaced For transformers generating a protective earth conductor current of 10 mA (see also cl.Remark Report No.14 Special information for installation (in the catalogue. T211-0255/12 Verdict SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe safety isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe auto-transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit proof auto-transformer SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit proof auto-transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS (Switch mode power supply unit) 8. No terminals. Plug-in power supply. letters or other visual means for different positions of regulating devices and switches OFF position indicated by figure 0 Greater output.13 Marking not on screws or other easily removable parts Marking clearly discernible (transformer ready for use) Marking for terminals clearly discernible if necessary after removal of the cover Marking for terminals: no confusion between input and output Marking for interchangeable protective devices positioned adjacent to the base Marking for interchangeable protective devices clearly discernible after removal of cover and protective device 8. or instruction sheet) if necessary: For non-inherently short-circuit proof transformers with non-self-resetting or non replaceable devices (weak-point.5.12 Figures.

1.c.2 discharge: < 45 µC (between 60 V and 15 kV) energy: < 350 mJ (voltage >15 kV) TRF No.1 9. 0. or < 60 V d.2.15 Marking durable and easily legible N/A P 9 9.Page 9 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .Remark Report No.1. not for series or parallel connection – an information in the in the instruction sheet: the transformer is not intended for series/parallel connection N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A Declared input voltage on marking plate: 100-240 V P For IP00-transformers the test of 27. 12.. when a capacitor is connected to live parts: 9. Max.c.1 9.1.1. the following requirements shall be fulfilled: The touch current shall not exceed: – – for a.g.c.15 V d. S6 says S = 6000) For transformers with more than one output winding.1.1.2 are fulfilled P P P P P P N/A N/A 0. 2.1 and 9. inherently short circuit proof safety isolating transformer) For associated. T211-0255/12 Verdict For associated.c. The result may be affected by the enclosure in the final application.174 mA P N/A — N/A N/A 9.0 mA (see Annex J) In addition.1.2 is not performed.1.1.1.1. IEC61558_2_16A .1 PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK Protection against contact with hazardous live parts A live part is not a hazardous live part if: – – it is separated from the supply by double or reinforced insulation the requirements of 9. If the touch voltage is > 35 V (peak) a.c.1.7 mA (peak) for d. or > 60 V d.1 9. abnormal winding temperature For tw-transformers: The specific constant S is (e. 8.and IP00-transformers: At 10% over or under voltage in the supply voltage.and IP00-transformers: The max. For stationary transformers exceeding 1000 VA: The short circuit voltage in % of the rated voltage For all transformers the electrical function: An information about the electrical function of the transformer (e.c. the rated output of the transformer shall be selected Input voltage range in technical documentation: 90-264 V accordingly.2.c.g.2 The touch voltage is <35 V(peak) a.1.

c. 2) for Class II transformers: metal parts separated by basic insulation from hazardous live parts not touchable by test finger hazardous live parts shall not be touchable with the test pin 9. and < 250 V a. IEC61558_2_16A . T211-0255/12 Verdict 9. Class II transformers: no accessibility to basic insulation. enamel. Hazardous live parts are not accessible after removal of detachable parts except for: – – lamps having caps larger B9 and E10 type D fuse holder Class II construction (separated by double/reinforced isolation) N/A P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Lacquers.1.1. Hazardous live parts are not accessible after removal of detachable parts.3 Accessibility of non hazardous live parts Non hazardous live parts of the output circuit may be accessible if they are isolated from the input circuit by double or reinforced insulation and if the following conditions are fulfilled: – The no load output voltage is < 35 V peak a.c. cotton.2 Transformers shall have an adequate protection against accessibility to hazardous live parts: The enclosure of class I and class II transformers gives an adequate protection against accentual contact with hazardous live parts.c. paper. only one pole may be accessible Reinforced insulation provided N/A N/A P P N/A N/A P P P – N/A TRF No. operating levers. or > 60 V ripple free d. Class I transformers: accessible parts are separated from hazardous live parts by at least basic insulation.c. or < 60 V ripple free d. 3) Hazardous live parts shall not be touchable by test finger (fig. knobs are not hazardous life parts. handles.Page 10 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . oxide film on metal parts not used for protection against accidental contact with hazardous live parts: Shafts.. both poles are accessible The no load output voltage is > 35 V peak a.. Compliance is checked by inspection and by relevant tests according to IEC 60 529 Class II transformers and Class II parts of Class I construction are tested with the test pin (fig.Remark Report No.c. or conductive parts separated from hazardous live parts by basic insulation.

Remark Report No.c. d.2 Transformers with primary supply plug: 1 s after the Plug–in SMPS interruption of the supply the voltage between the pins do not exceed 35 V (peak) a. ≤ 10% (see appended table) P N/A N/A N/A P 12 NO-LOAD OUTPUT VOLTAGE (see supplementary requirements in Part 2) P TRF No.c. ≤ 15% b) inherently short-circuit proof transformers with one more than 1 rated output voltage for highest output voltage: a. or 60 V ripple free d. ≤ 20% d) other transformers for output voltages: a. with rectifier): a) inherently short-circuit proof transformers with one rated output voltage for output voltage: a. – 10 times switch the supply source on and off.Page 11 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . or use a special equipment for to switch off at the most unfavourable electrical angle 0.c. P N/A N/A N/A P P P 10.c. Transformers without a primary supply plug: 5 s after the interruption of the supply the voltage between the input terminals do not exceed 35 V (peak) a. the discharge must be < 45 µC.) 100-240 V a.101 A wide range of the input (100 V a. ≤ 10% . The following tests are required : If the nominal capacitance is < 0.c. ≤ 15% c) idem for other output voltages: a.1 µF – no test is conducted.c. IEC61558_2_16A . to 240 V a. T211-0255/12 Verdict 9.1 OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND OUTPUT CURRENT UNDER LOAD Difference from rated value (without rectifier. N/A 10 CHANGE OF INPUT VOLTAGE SETTING Voltage setting not possible to change without a tool Different rated supply voltages: – indication of voltage for which the transformer is set.c.c. ≤ 5%..c.22 µF P N/A N/A P If the measured voltage is > 60 V ripple free d.c. d.c.c. voltage is allowed (IEC 61558-2-16:09): – – if the output voltages does not exceed the rated output voltage if the no-load voltage does not exceed the limits of output voltage deviation 11 11.c.c. d. or 60 V ripple free d. ≤ 10%. d. is discernible on the transformer.c.c.. ≤ 15%.

1 times rated supply voltage: with I sec (A). measured with rated impedance and 1.102 The difference between output voltage at no load ≤ 64 VA..c. For SMPS including safety isolating transformers: 50 V a........c..1 = 110 V Room temperature P P P — N/A — — N/A N/A N/A P N/A TRF No.9 % and the output voltage measured in clause 11 does not exceed the values of table 101 (IEC 61558-2-16:2009). Rated output (VA) Rated value % P 13 SHORT-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE Difference from marking for short-circuit voltage ≤ 20% N/A N/A 14 14.Remark Report No. Y.1 HEATING General requirements No excessive temperature in normal use Room temperature: rated ambient temperature ta+5 °C Type X.101 The no load output voltage shall not exceed (IEC 61558-2-16:09): – For SMPS incorporating separating or autotransformers: 1000V a. or 1415 V ripple free d. : – – – – Class A: ≤ 100 °C Class E: ≤ 115 °C Class B: ≤ 120 °C Class F: ≤ 140 °C (see appended table) 240 V x 1.......0 times of the rated supply voltage for others than independent transformers Type X... this output voltage limitation applies even when output windings..1 = 264 V 100 V x 1. or 708 V ripple-free d..... Z attachments: 1 pull (5 N) to the connection windings Upri (V): 1.... Y.. Z attachments: 1 pull (5 N) to the connection windings Max.. For SMPS including isolating transformers: 500 V a. T211-0255/12 Verdict Remark: with rectifier measuring on both sides of the rectifier 12. are connected in series 12. temperature windings . not for interconnection. IEC61558_2_16A ....c.c..c. N/A N/A – – N/A P N/A For independent transformers. 0.. or 120 V ripple-free d.1 times rated supply voltage loaded with rated impedance – for independent transformers Upri (V): 1.c..Page 12 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .....

of portable transformers: – – – – continuously held parts of metal: ≤ 55 °C continuously held parts of other material: ≤ 75 °C not continuously held parts of metal: ≤ 60 °C not continuously held parts of other material: ≤ 80 °C N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A P Temperature of terminals for external conductors ≤ 70 °C Temperature of terminals of switches ≤ 70 °C Temperature of internal and external wiring: – – rubber: ≤ 65 °C PVC: ≤ 70 °C Temperature of parts where safety can be affected: – – – – – – – rubber: ≤ 75 °C phenol-formaldehyde: ≤ 105 °C urea-formaldehyde: ≤ 85 °C impregnated paper and fabric: ≤ 85 °C impregnated wood: ≤ 85 °C PVC. IEC61558_2_16A . T211-0255/12 Verdict – – Class H: ≤ 165 °C other classes N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Temperature of external enclosures of stationary transformers: – – metal: ≤ 70 °C other material: ≤ 80 °C Temperature of external enclosure of stationary transformer ≤ 85 °C (not touchable with the IEC test finger) Temperature of external enclosures.Page 13 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . handles. etc. polystyrene and similar thermoplastic material: ≤ 65 °C varnished cambric: ≤ 75 °C Temperature rise of supports ≤ 85 °C Temperature of printed boards: – – – – – bonded with phenol-formaldehyde: ≤ 105 °C melamine-formaldehyde: ≤ 105 °C phenol-furfural: ≤ 105 °C polyester: ≤ 105 °C bonded with epoxy: ≤ 140 °C TRF No.Remark Report No.

... 17.2..3. test voltage (V) . the live parts of the transformers are submitted to the test of 14. or system but the measured temperature does not exceed the value of Class A No classified material or system but the measured temperature exceeds the value for Class A..2 14. T211-0255/12 Verdict Electric strength between input and output windings 3920 V (Class II construction – (18..101 Winding temperature measured by thermocouples at the surface of the winding(IEC 61558-2-16:09) – – 14. frequency (Hz): 2 times rated frequency 15 15.18... amplitude 0.. frequency range: 10 Hz.2 times rated supply voltage. IEC61558_2_16A .2....3)...Remark Report No.35 mm...3 according to the insulation system Class of isolating system (classified materials according to IEC 60 085 and IEC 60 216) No classified material.1 14..3 14. no breakdown (18.. Upri(V):1.1 at the same ta and without changing position.. measured at the beginning of the test is ≤ 30% insulation resistance acc.3 if the internal frequencies is > 1kHz the values of Table 1 for windings temperatures are reduced by 10° C 61..3. 55 Hz..1 times of the rated supply voltage (see appended table) 90 V and 264 V P P — TRF No... duration: 5 min. : reinforced insulation) 14.Page 14 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ..3 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 14.2 14.2.3. 2 min.1 SHORT-CIRCUIT AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION General Tests direct after 14.. cl. 10 Hz moisture treatment (48 h. Supply voltage between 0.2 14.3... 1 min)..1 and 18.1 or 14.4 – – – Measurements and tests at the beginning and after each test: – – – – deviation of the no-load input current.3 Accelerated ageing test for undeclared class of isolating system Cycling test (10 cycles): – measuring of the no-load input current (mA) heat run (temperature in table 2) vibration test: 30 min..3.2 electric strength.5 kHz P P P P N/A Application of 14.2) Insulation Class B P N/A N/A 14.. test voltage 35% of specified value (table VI) Transformers (50 or 60 Hz version) are tested after the dielectric strength test as follows: under no load.9 times and 1..1 14...

3. ≤ 240 °C (F).1 of the rated supply voltage If protected by a fuse accordance with either IEC 60 269-2 or IEC 60 269-3. the winding with the highest temperature is short circuited.Page 15 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . ≤ 215 °C . ≤ 200 °C (B). peak value (insulation class): ≤ 200 °C (A).4: max. ≤ 210 °C (H) N/A – P – P – N/A Max.15.2 N/A TRF No.1. ≤ 190 °C (F). temperature of winding after first hour. ≤ 215 °C (F). ≤ 215°C (E). temperature of insulation of wiring (rubber and PVC) ≤ 85 °C Temperature rise of supports ≤ 105 °C 15. T211-0255/12 Verdict Transformer with rectifier tests of 15.3 at the input and the output terminals of the rectifier.2) – Max.9 .1: max.3 P 15. IEC61558_2_16A .3 – 15.2 .3.3.2 and 15. ≤ 260 °C (H) Test according 15.(E). ≤ 240°C (F).3. ≤ 175 °C (B). ≤ 165 °C (E). arithmetic mean value (insulation class): ≤ 150 °C (A). Wining protected inherently (15. Transformers with more than one output winding or tapping.1: temperature rises ≤ values in table 3 For non-inherently short-circuit proof transformers and for transformers with rectifiers: temperature rises ≤ values in table 3 Output terminals short-circuited: protection device (see appended table) operates. temperature of external enclosures (accessible by test finger) ≤ 105 °C Max. ≤ 235 °C (H) Test according 15. temperature of winding during the first hour.3. test at 0.1 P 15. ≤ 190 °C (E).3.1: max. temperature of winding during the time required or the time T given in table 4 (a) (insulation class): ≤ 200 °C (A). ≤ 260 °C (H) Test according 15.Remark Report No.3. ≤ 190 °C (F).1: max. ≤ 165 °C (E). or a technical equivalent fuse. ≤ 210 °C (H) N/A N/A N/A Winding protected by protective device: – Test according 15. Plug-in SMPS N/A P N/A N/A 15.2 For inherently short-circuit proof transformers and for transformers with rectifiers test by short circuit of the output winding at rated supply voltage x 1. ≤ 225 °C (B). ≤ 225 °C (B). ≤ 175 °C (B).3. peak value (insulation class): ≤ 175 °C (A). temperature of winding protected inherently (insulation class): ≤ 150 °C (A). temperature of winding after first hour. all windings tested with normal load. the transformer is loaded as in table 4.

. Temperatures in the limit of table 3 N/A 15. molten material.5.. IEC61558_2_16A ..5...3. If protected by a miniature fuses in accordance to IEC 60127.5 times of the rated fuse.. 1 min. : N/A 15. 1.5 times rated output current . the transformer is loaded with the current as specified for the longest pre arcing time. no fire hazard and no unintentional operation. tests as indicated in 15..Remark Report No..45 times the value of the circuit-breaker rated current If other overload protection than a fuse (IEC 60 127) or a circuit-breaker (IEC 60 898) test with 0. ≤ 5 h .. the test must be repeated with two new samples.... no flashover or breakdown for primary-to-secondary only for safety isolating..... temperature of enclosure ≤ 175 °C temperature of plywood support ≤ 125 °C After the test: – electric strength (Cl.5 N/A N/A 15...4 If protected by a circuit-breaker according to IEC 60 898 the transformer is loaded with a current equal to 1.. or a technical equivalent fuse..3.. isolating and separating transformer and for primary-to-body for all kinds of transformer bare hazardous live parts not accessible by test finger through holes of enclosure (Details see Annex H) – 15. etc.3...4 For non-short-circuit proof transformers: temperature rises ≤ values in table 3...95 times of operating current If an internal week point is used.Page 16 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . until steady state condition (in addition) Load not possible due to construction and regulation of SMPS N/A 15. test voltage: 35% of specified value).1 N/A — — — — N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 15.. T211-0255/12 Verdict 15.. : Isec (A): 1..2 During the test: – – – no flames.3 If protected by a fuse accordance with either IEC 60 127 or ISO 8820. : time until failure t2 (h): ≤ t1....5 15...1 times rated supply voltage .101 N/A P Electronic circuits of the SMPS fulfils the requirements of Annex H of part 1..... 18... : time until steady-state conditions t1 (h) . After a fault: no electric shock...... TRF No. The two additional samples works similar to the first sample......3 For fail-safe transformers: Three additional new specimens are used – – – – Upri (V): 1....

16.6 P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A After the tests: – dielectric strength test according to 18.1. 25 x > 250 g b) torque test of the plug pins with 0.1. impact energy 0.2.5 Nm 16.Remark Report No. the following tests are carried out: a) plug-in transformers: tumbling barrel test: 50 x ≤ 250 g.1 A to L portable transformers placed in the most unfavourable position and wired as in normal use glands tightened with a torque equal to twothirds of 25.2 Transformers (stationary and portable s. have not moved on shafts P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P P N/A N/A P Mass: 145.8 g 50 x P P P 16. levers.1 and for other IP ratings test according to IEC 60 529: – – – – – stable operating temperature before starting the test for < IPX8 transformer mounted and wired as in normal use fixed transformer mounted as in normal use by the tests according to 17.1 PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INGRESS OF WATER AND MOISTURE Degree of protection (IP code marked on the transformer) Test according to 17. etc. 16. IEC61558_2_16A .3 Portable transformers (except of plug in transformers) For portable transformers: 100 falls. 25 mm 16. T211-0255/12 Verdict 16 16.4 – – – – no damage hazardous live parts not accessible by test pin according to 9.3 and 16.4 Transformers with integrated pins (plug in transformers).Page 17 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .3 N/A Inspection: a) in dust-proof transformers no deposit of talcum powder N/A TRF No.2 no damage for insulating barriers handles.1 MECHANICAL STRENGTH General After tests of 16.4 Nm c) pull force according to table 5 for each pin 17 17.1) For stationary and portable transformers: 3 blows.

3 of IEC 60 529 for 10 min in operation. IEC61558_2_16A N/A N/A N/A .1. force 1 N C) Dust-proof transformers. 6 of IEC 60 529 (nozzle 6. T211-0255/12 Verdict b) no deposit of talcum powder inside dust-tight transformers c) no trace of water on live parts except SELV parts below 15 V ac or 25 V dc or insulation if hazard for the user or surroundings no reduction of creepage distances d) no accumulation of water in transformers ≥ IPX1 so as to impair safety e) no trace of water entered in any part of watertight transformer f) 17. 3) B) Solid-object-proof transformers: – – wire 2. 2: a) transformer has operating temperature b) transformer. time for complete oscillation (2 x 120°) is 4 sec. 3 of IEC 60 529 for 10 min C) Rain-proof transformers (IPX2) test according to fig.Page 18 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . 4 of IEC 60 529 (see F) for 10 min in operation and 10 min switched off (the tube shall oscillate ≈360 °) F) Jet-proof transformer (IPX5) test according to fig. E) Splash-proof transformers (IPX4) test according to fig.5 mm. 4 of IEC 60 529 for 10 min in operation and 10 min switched off . IP5X. fig. any angle up to 15° D) Spray proofed transformers (IPX3) test according to fig. force 3 N IP4X. dust chamber according to IEC 60 529.3mm) TRF No.1 no entry into the transformer by the relevant test probe N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P P P P N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Tests on transformers with enclosure: A) Solid-object-proof transformers: – 2 IP2X test finger (IEC 60 529) and test pin (fig. is placed in the dust chamber c) the door of the dust chamber is closed d) fan/blower is switched on e) after 1 min transformer is switched off for cooling time of 3 h A) Dust-tight transformers (IP6X) test according to C) B) Drip-proof transformers (IPX1) test according to fig. wire 1 mm.Remark Report No. still operating.

.... 6 of IEC 60 529 (nozzle 12 mm) H) Watertight transformers (IPX7) I) 17.......Remark Report No...... Input-Output treated as reinforced/double insulation... 18) 18 18......: 3) basic or supplementary insulation between: P N/A TRF No.Page 19 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ......2 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH Insulation resistance between: Unit rated Class I (Class II construction. T211-0255/12 Verdict G) Powerful Jet-proof transformer (IPX6) test according to fig............................. functional PE added)............... – – – – – – – – – live parts and body for basic insulation ≥ 2 MΩ live parts and body for reinforced insulation ≥ 7 MΩ input circuits and output circuits for basic insulation ≥ 2 MΩ input circuits and output circuits for double or reinforced insulation ≥ 5 MΩ each input circuit and all other input circuits connected together ≥ 2 MΩ each output circuit and all other output circuits connected together ≥ 2 MΩ hazardous live parts and metal parts with basic insulation (Class II transformers) ≥ 2 MΩ body and metal parts with basic insulation (Class II transformers) ≥ 5 MΩ metal foil in contact with inner and outer surfaces of enclosures ≥ 2 MΩ > 100 MΩ > 100 MΩ > 100 MΩ P N/A P N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A P P N/A 18............................ IEC61558_2_16A ... working voltage (V).: 2) double or reinforced insulation between input 270 V....2 Pressure watertight transformers (IPX8) 48 h 3920 V N/A N/A N/A P P After moisture test (48 h for ≤ IP20........ test voltage (V) . test voltage (V) .... 3920 V & 4900 V circuits and output circuits.....3 Electric strength test (1 min): no flashover or breakdown: 1) basic insulation between input circuits and output circuits.. 168 h for other transformers): – insulation resistance and electric strength (Cl.. working voltage (V)..

. working voltage (V)................. If the frequency is >30kHz.. : c) inlet bushings and cord guards and anchorages ..... : d) live parts and an intermediate conductive part ....2 Protective earth conductor current TRF No... : 5) Functional insulation for windings intended to be connected in series or parallel (test voltage = working voltage + 500 V) (IEC 61558-2-16:09) 18...... or between windings and any conductive core 2874 V P N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A P P P 18.....3.. The measured values are less than the required values of table 8b...101 Does not apply (IEC 61558-2-16:09) Impulse test according Table F5 of IEC 60664-1 with 1...........4 18... – – – switches n and e in on position switch n: off and switch e: on switch n: on and switch e: off P P P P P P P - 18.... : L-N (L+N) .. T211-0255/12 Verdict a) live parts of different polarity.. test voltage (V) ......Remark Report No....PE b) live parts and the body if intended to be connected to protective earth ... 1960 V age (V).........5 18...2/50 µs (IEC 61558-2-16) – – After the test of 18.......... IEC61558_2_16A ................... 10 impulses of each polarity between input and output terminals During the tests no breakdown of the insulation between turns of a winding........1 Touch current and protective earth current Touch current Touch current measured after the clause 14 test (hot) for class I and class II transformers (class II transformers with metal foil at the plastic surface)...... measuring across the 500 Ohm resistor of J1 (burn effects).. working volt240 V........ : e) intermediate conductive parts and body ..................................5. 3920 V parts. Measuring network according Figure J1 (Annex J).. : 4) Reinforced insulation between the body and live 270 V.... Measurement of the touch current with switch p of picture 8 in both positions and in combination with switches e and n..Page 20 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .. test voltage (V) ..5.......... between input and output circuits..... The test circuit according figure 8...

1 19. All tests are repeated under fault conditions of H.1. (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) A polarity detecting device only energises the output in the case: output potential to earth < rated output voltage.2.2 N/A 19.1.75 mA.2 19.2. (IEC 61558-2-16:09) The insulation between input and output winding(s) consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:09) Class I SMPS – – Insulation between input windings and body consist of basic insulation Insulation between output windings and body consist of basic insulation N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Class II SMPS (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) – – Insulation between input windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation Insulation between output windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation TRF No.1 19.1.1.2 SMPS incorporating separating transformers (IEC 61558-2-16:09) Input and output circuits electrically separated.1. P P 19 19. T211-0255/12 Verdict The transformer is connected as in clause 14 Impedance of the ammeter < 0. IEC61558_2_16A .3 N/A N/A N/A N/A 19.Page 21 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . P P N/A N/A 19.1. also with reversed input plug. The potential to earth does not exceed the max output voltage for more than 5 s.1 CONSTRUCTION Separation of input and output circuits SMPS incorporating auto-transformers (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) For plug connected auto-transformers with rated input voltage > rated output voltage the potential to earth shall not exceed the rated output voltage. connected between earth terminal of the transformer and protective earth conductor The measured values are less than the required values of table 8b.1 19.1.1. that the transformer shall not be used with non-polarised plug and socket outlet system.1.2. (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) – – – The contact separation of the device is > 3 mm A current to earth does not exceed 0.5 Ohm.Remark Report No.3 of annex H of part 1.1. (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) SMPS with polarised input and output plug and socket-outlet system: an instruction is given with the information.

2.1.4) (IEC 61558-2-16:09) Class I SMPS not intended for connection to the mains by a plug: – Insulation between input windings and body connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated to the input voltage Insulation between output windings and body.1.2.Page 22 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated for the output voltage Body not connected to earth — N/A – Class II construction Body not connected to earth N/A Class I SMPS intended for connection to the mains by a plug (EN 61558-2-16:09): – Insulation between input windings and body connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated to the working voltage Insulation between output windings and body.3.1 SMPS incorporating isolating transformers and safety isolating transformers (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) Input and output circuits electrically separated (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) No possibility of any connection between these circuits 19. T211-0255/12 Verdict 19.2 The insulation between input and output winding(s) consist of double or reinforced insulation (exception see 19. (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) N/A N/A N/A 19.3 The insulation between input windings and intermediate conductive parts and the output windings and intermediate part consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) For class I SMPS the insulation between input and output windings via the intermediate conductive parts consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) For class II SMPS the insulation between input winding and the body and between the output windings and the body via the intermediate conductive parts consist of double or reinforced insulation.1.3.3.5 Parts of output circuits may be connected to protective earth (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) No direct contact between output circuits and the body. unless: (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) – – Allowed for associated transformers by the equipment standard Clause 19.2.1. IEC61558_2_16A . connected to earth consist of supplementary insulation rated for the working voltage Class II construction Body not connected to earth Class II construction Body not connected to earth P N/A – N/A Class II SMPS (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) P TRF No.1.Remark Report No.4 19.3 19.1.8 of part 1 is fulfilled N/A N/A N/A N/A P P P P 19.1.

3. T211-0255/12 Verdict – Insulation between input windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation rated to the input voltage Insulation between output windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation.3. consist of double or reinforced insulation.4 For class I SMPS.2 Class I transformers with earthed core. rated to the output voltage Class II construction P – N/A 19. N/A 19.1.3 Insulation between: input to intermediate conductive parts and output and intermediate parts consist of at least basic insulation (EN 61558-2-16:09) – If the insulation from input or output to the intermediate metal part is less than basic insulation.1.Page 23 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . IEC61558_2_16A .3.Remark Report No. via intermediate conductive parts. the insulation between input and output windings. – For class II SMPS the insulation between input winding and the body and between the output windings and the body via the intermediate conductive parts consist of double or reinforced insulation. not connected to the mains by a plug the following conditions comply (EN 61558-2-16:09): – The insulation between input winding and protective screen consist of basic insulation (rated input voltage) The insulation between output winding and protective screen consist of basic insulation (rated output voltage) N/A N/A – N/A TRF No. for SELV circuits only basic insulation to the body) For transformers.3. rated to the working voltage (EN 61558-2-16:09). N/A N/A 19. the part is considered to be connected to input or output.3 SMPS with intermediate conductive parts not connected to the body (between input/output) (EN 61558-2-16:09): For class I and class II SMPS the insulation between input and output windings. (rated to the input voltage. rated to the working voltage. consist of double or reinforced insulation. and not allowed for class II equipment (EN 61558-2-16:09) – – Insulation from the input to the earthed core: basic insulation rated for the input voltage Insulation from the output voltage to the earthed core: basic insulation rated for the output voltage N/A N/A N/A 19.1.3.1.3. different from independent.3.1. with protective screen.1 P P – N/A 19.3. via intermediate conductive parts.

1.9 N/A N/A N/A 19.7 19. overlap at least 3 mm The cross-section of the screen and the lead out wire is at least corresponding to the rated current of the overload device The lead our wire is soldered or fixed to the protective screen.1.3.3 19. except of associated transformers (allowed by equipment standard) (EN 61558-2-16:09) The distance between input and output terminals for No terminals the connection of external wiring is ≥ 25 mm Portable SMPS having an rated output < 630 VA (EN 61558-2-16:09) No connection between input and output circuit. screw.2 N/A P P P P N/A 19. except of associated transformers (allowed by equipment standard) (EN 61558-2-16:09) Protective screening is not allowed for SMPS with plug connection to the mains (EN 61558-2-16:09) Fiercely burning material not used Unimpregnated cotton.3.1.1. IEC61558_2_16A . except of associated transformers (allowed Allowed by equipment standard) or 19.5 N/A 19. during reassembly after routine servicing not omitted Class I and II transformers: creepage distances and clearances over supplementary or reinforced insulation if wire.1.4 Portable transformer: short-circuit proof or fail-safe Class II transformers: contact between accessible metal parts and conduits or metal sheaths of supply wiring impossible Class II transformers: part of supplementary or reinforced insulation.Remark Report No. etc. become loose or fall out of position not ≤ 50% specified values (Cl.8 19.6 N/A TRF No.Page 24 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .3. silk. If the screen is made by a foil.5 No connection between output circuit and protective PE connected to (-) common earth. N/A – N/A – – N/A N/A – N/A N/A N/A Protective screening is not allowed for SMPS with plug connection to the mains (EN 61558-2-16:09) 19.3.3. not used 19.6 P 19.3. 26) Short-circuit proof < 630 VA 19.1. etc. the turns are isolated. is used. T211-0255/12 Verdict – The protective screen consist of metal foil or a wire wound screen extending the full width of the windings and has no gaps or holes Where the protective screen does not cover the entire width of the input winding. additional insulation to ensure double insulation in this area.8 is fulfilled (EN 61558-2-16:09).10 19. paper and fibrous material not used as insulation Wax-impregnated. No connection between output circuit and body. nut.

Page 25 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .7 Conductive parts connected to accessible metal parts by resistors or capacitors shall be separated from hazardous live parts by double or reinforced insulation Resistors or capacitors connected between hazardous live parts and the body (accessible metal parts) consist of: – – components according to IEC 60 065.10 Protection against accidental contact by insulating coating: a) ageing test (section I. 14. 9 shall not be exceeded if the working voltage is < 250 V. 0.8 P P P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P P P P N/A N/A 19. IEC61558_2_16A .1 or capacitor Y1 according to IEC 60 384-14 at least two separate components 2 components (Pri-Sec) CY1 / CY2 – – if one component is short-circuited or opened. and TRF No. levers.12. 26) 19.Remark Report No. test Ba: 168 h. values specified in Cl.5 ± 0. IEC 60 068-2-2). 70 °C b) impact test (spring-operated impact hammer according to IEC 60 068-2-63. one Y1 capacitor according 60384-14 is allowed N/A 19.12 19. 18 19.05 J) c) scratch test (hardened steel pin) electric strength test according to Cl.1 Windings construction Undue displacement in all types of transformers not allowed: – – – of input or output windings or turns thereof of internal wiring or wires for external connection of parts of windings or of internal wiring in case of rupture or loosening 19. etc.2 Serrated tape: – – distance through insulation according to table 13 one additional layer of serrated tape. T211-0255/12 Verdict 19.: – – – insulating material supplementary insulation covering separated from shafts or fixing by supplementary insulation 19.12.11 Handles.9 Insulation material input/output and supplementary insulation of rubber resistant to ageing Creepage distances (if cracks) ≥ specified values (Cl. knobs.

2 independent fixing means.Remark Report No.3 VA (polyphase) ≥ IP21 TRF No.15 Handles. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – one additional layer without serration in case of cheekless bobbins the end turns of each layer shall be prevented from being displaced N/A N/A 19. box 2) c). IEC61558_2_16A P P N/A N/A P P P P N/A N/A N/A N/A .25 Where the wire is wound: – – – upon metal or ferrite cores upon enamelled wire under enamelled wire An additional insulation with a dti of supplementary insulation provided between insulated an enamelled wires 100 % Routine test according to Annex K. operating levers and the like shall be fixed Protection against electric shock: covers securely fixed.5 kVA ≥ IPX4 (single-phase) > 200 VA ≤ 6.3 kVA ≥ IPX4 (polyphase) > 2.1 and table D1.3 multiplied by 1.3 Insulated windings wires: – to all types of transformers for basic or supplementary insulation taken separately P N/A N/A N/A N/A P Separately approved wires P P 4900 V P N/A P P P a) Winding wire with basic or supplementary insulation: – – comply with Annex K the insulation of the conductor: two layers b) Winding wire with double or reinforced insulation: – – – comply with Annex K the insulation of the insulated winding wire: three layers dielectric strength test with the values according 18.16 Protection index for portable transformers: ≤ 200 VA ≥ IP20 and instructions for use > 200 VA ≤ 2. are not required 19. table C. one with tool Transformer with pins for fixed socket-outlets: no strain on socket-outlet Additional torque ≤ 0.Page 26 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .13 19.12.5 VA (single-phase) ≥ IP21 > 6.25 Nm 19.14 19.3 for windings giving double or reinforced insulation For windings providing reinforced insulation the values in table 13.

comply with relevant IEC standard Components inside the transformer pass all tests of this standard together with the transformer tests Testing of components separately to the transformer according the relevant standard: – Ratings of the component in line with the transformer ratings.21 19.18 19. the required insulation fulfils the high voltage test according to table 8 a N/A 19.22 PELV-circuits double or reinforced insulation is necessary FELV-circuits: protection against contact fulfils the min. flexible cables and cords. based on the component marking (rating). IEC61558_2_16A .. or protective conductors forming part of other circuits Nominal voltage (V) > 25 V a.c. lamp holders. including inrush current.2 19.19 N/A N/A 19. plugs.20 N/A N/A – 19.20. to live parts.1 N/A N/A SELV circuits and parts not connected to protective earth. drain hole not required for transformer completely filled with insulating materials Transformers ≥ IPX1 with a moulded.IPX6 totally enclosed. or 60 V d. except for drain hole (diameter ≥ 5 mm or 20 mm² with width ≥ 3 mm). Component test according the component standard.Remark Report No. fuses.23 Class III transformers shall not be provided with means for protective earth N/A 20 COMPONENTS Components such as switches.20. if any Class I transformers with a non-detachable flexible cable or cord with earth conductor and a plug with earth contact Live parts of SELV and PELV-circuits: separation not less than PRI/SEC of a safety isolating transformer – SELV output circuits separated by double or reinforced insulation from all other than SELV or PELV circuits SELV output circuits separated by basic insulation from other SELV or PELV circuits N/A 19.Page 27 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . P P P N/A N/A TRF No.c.17 Transformers IPX1 . T211-0255/12 Verdict 19. test voltage required for the primary circuit Class II transformers shall not be provided with means for protective earth For fixed transformers an earth conductor with double or reinforced insulation to accessible metal parts is allowed Class I transformer with Class II construction N/A N/A N/A N/A 19.

Page 28 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .2 20. the component is tested under transformer conditions. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – 20.Remark Report No. IEC61558_2_16A .5 N/A N/A N/A Socket-outlets of the output circuit shall be such that there is no unsafe compatibility to plugs complying with input circuit.4 Automatic controls shall comply with IEC 60 730-1 Thermal-links comply with IEC 60691 Switches shall comply with annex F Disconnection from the supply: – by a switch.1 Components without markings tested under transformer conditions including inrush current.3 20. Plugs and socket-outlets for SELV systems with both a rated current =3 A and a rated voltage =24 V shall comply with following: SELV plug and socket-outlets shall comply with IEC 60 884-2-4 and IEC 60 906-3 – – – It is not possible for plugs to enter socketoutlets of other standardised voltage system Socket outlets do not accommodate plugs of other standardised voltage systems Socket outlets do not have a protective earth contact N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A PELV plug and socket-outlets shall comply with following: – – – It is not possible for plugs to enter socketoutlets of other standardised voltage system Socket outlets do not accommodate plugs of other standardised voltage systems Socket outlets do not have a protective earth contact FELV plug and socket-outlets shall comply with following: – It is not possible for plugs to enter socketoutlets of other standardised voltage system TRF No. If no IEC standard exists. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Appliance couplers for main supply shall comply with: – – IEC 60 320 for IPX0 IEC 60 309 for other 20. disconnecting all poles of the supply (full disconnection under the relevant overvoltage category or a flexible supply cable and cord with plug or an instruction sheet: disconnection by allpoles switches incorporated in fixed wiring – – 20.

6.Remark Report No.14.7 and 20. cl.6.1 20.1. cl. 6. have adequate breaking capacity – – – Thermal cut outs fulfil the relevant requirements of 20. overload releases etc.1 For Fuses According IEC 60127 and IEC 60269.8 The breaking capacity is in accordance with the relevant fuse standard 20.2 and 20.2 TRF No.7.2. or 20.Page 29 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .8 Thermal links fulfil the relevant requirements of 20.1 and 20. cl. IEC61558_2_16A .1.1 times of the rated value Thermal cut outs shall meet the requirements of 20. the fuse current does not exceed 1.6 Socket outlets do not accommodate plugs of other standardised voltage systems N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P Thermal cut-outs.2 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A e) Thermal cut outs fulfil the electrical stress according IEC 60730-1.2.7 20. T211-0255/12 Verdict – 20.7.1.7.7.1.2 f) Characteristic of thermal cut-outs: – – ratings according IEC 60730-1. Requirements according to IEC 60730-1 Thermal cut-out tested as component shall comply with IEC 60 730-1 Thermal cut-out tested as a part of the transformer a) Thermal cut outs type 1 or type 2 (IEC 60730-1) b) Thermal cut outs fulfil the requirements of micro-interruption (type 1C or 2 C) or microdisconnection. 5 classification according to: 1) nature of supply to IEC 60730-1. 6.7. (type 1B or 2B) (see IEC 60730-1) c) Thermal cut outs with manual rest have a trip free mechanism (type 1E and 2E) (see IEC 60730-1) d) The number of cycles of automatic action shall be: – – – – 3000 cycles for self resetting thermal cutouts 300 cycles for non self resetting thermal cutouts resetting by hand 300 cycles for non self resetting thermal cutouts resetting disconnecting 30 cycles for non self resetting thermal cutouts which are only resetable by a tool 20.1 20.7.7.1 2) type of load controlled to IEC 60730-1.

2 The output of the transformer with a self resetting thermal cut out is short circuited at a supply voltage 1. during and after the test no damage at the thermal cut out and the transformer in the sense of this standard 20.2.13 7) max.5.7.3 Test of a PTC resistor: - TRF No.2 5) pollution degree to IEC 60730-1.3 6) comparative tracking index to IEC 60730-1. – – – 3 cycles at 25° C for transformers without ta min 3 cycles at ta min for transformers with ta min after the 3 cycles short circuit of the output at 1. 6. cl. and be operational. 20.Remark Report No. cl. the supply voltage is switched of. IEC61558_2_16A . 20. cl.5.5. cl.7 20. 6. show no damage in sense of this standard. test with 3 samples: – – – at least micro-interruption or microdisconnection (IEC 60730-1) 300 h aged at ta (transformer) + 10°C subjected to a number of cycles for automatic operating according 20.7. 1 of rated supply voltage.1. 6.2 20.7.7.1 of rated supply voltage for 48 h. 6. show no damage in sense of this standard.1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A During the test no sustaining arcing shall occur.Page 30 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .1.2 Thermal cut-out tested as a part of the transformer.1 4) degree of protection IP0X to IEC 60730-1. ambient temperature to IEC 60730-1. – – 48 h at 25° C for transformers without ta min 24 h at ta and 24 h at ta min for transformers with ta min N/A N/A N/A N/A During the tests no sustaining arcing shall occur After the test: withstand the test of clause 18. 1 of rated supply voltage. T211-0255/12 Verdict 3) degree of protection IPX0 to IEC 60730-1. After opening of the cut off. until the transformer is cooling down.1 Thermal cut-outs shall have adequate breaking capacity The output of the transformer with a non self resetting thermal cut out is short circuited at a supply voltage 1. and be operational.2. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A During the tests no sustaining arcing shall occur After the test: withstand the test of clause 18.7.7. cl. 6.

2 21.2 ratings to IEC 60691.Page 31 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .9 times of the input voltage and min. show no damage in sense of this standard. ta (if declared) After the test: withstand the test of clause 18.1 Thermal links shall be tested in one of the following two ways.2 electrical conditions to IEC 60691. cl. at no load).3 21.1 INTERNAL WIRING Internal wiring and electrical connections protected or enclosed Wire-ways smooth and free from sharp edges P P P N/A N/A N/A 21. 8 c N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Thermal-links tested as a part of the transformer: – – – – – ageing test 300 h by 35 °C or ta + 10 °C After transformer fault condition the thermal link operate without sustaining arcing after opening the thermal-link shall have an insulation resistance of at least 0. electrical.10 20. 8 b suitability of sealing components. etc. IEC61558_2_16A .5 mm) or bushings of insulating material Bare conductors: distances adequately maintained When external wires are connected to terminal. T211-0255/12 Verdict 5 cycles: transformer short-circuited for 48 h by 1.8.4 Openings in sheet metal: edges rounded (radius ≥ 1.1 times of the input voltage and max. internal wiring shall not work loose TRF No. 21 21. hazards Thermal cut-outs which can be reset by soldering operation are not allowed Overload protection devices do not operate during test (20 times switched on and off.2 MΩ 3 cycles for replaceable thermal-links 3 new specimens for not replaceable thermallinks 20. – – – – 20. ta 5 cycles: transformer short-circuited for 48 h by 0.1 thermal conditions to IEC 60691. and be operational. Thermal-links shall comply with IEC 60 691 as a separate component.9 20.Remark Report No.1 times rated supply voltage. cl. Upri (V): 1. 20.8. cl. cl.8 20. 6. 6.11 Self-resetting devices not used if mechanical. impregnating fluids or cleaning solvents IEC 60691.

without 0..Page 32 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .2 SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS All cables. not of rubber unless part of cord guard P P P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 22. (2 x 0.) or 60245 IEC 53 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A No input cord (plug-in) Output cord: 2 2xAWG20.5 Length of power supply cord for portable transform2 ers between 2 m and 4 m.) (60245 IEC 53) for transformers with a mass > 3 kg: 60227 IEC53 (H05VV-.5 mm ) or 2 2xAWG24. shall have appropriate Output cord current and voltage ratings Input and output wiring inlet and outlet openings for external wiring: separate entries without damage to protective covering of cable or cord Input and output wiring inlet and outlet openings for flexible cables or cords: insulating material or bushing of insulating material Bushings for external wiring: reliably fixed.5 Insulation of heat-resistant and non-hygroscopic material for insulated conductors subject to temperature rise > limiting values given in 14.8 Class I transformer with power supply flexible cable: green/yellow core connected to earth terminal TRF No. input current (A) at rated output not less than shown in table 9 22.1 P 22 22.5 mm Power supply cords for transformers IPX0 and transformers ”for indoor use only” > IPX0: – – for transformers with a mass < 3 kg: 60227 IEC52 (H03VV-. flexible cords etc.Remark Report No.7 cord set fitted with an appliance coupler in accordance with IEC 60320 Nominal cross-sectional area (mm²)..6 Power supply cords for single-phase portable transformers with input current ≤ 16A: – 22.4 22.3 Fixed transformer: – – – – possible to connect after fixing inside space for wires allow easy introduction and connection of conductors fitting of cover without damage to conductors contact between insulation of external supply wires and live parts of different polarity not allowed 22.1 22.25 mm ) N/A N/A Power supply cords for transformers for outdoor use: > IPX0: 60245 IEC57 (H05RN-. (2 x 0. T211-0255/12 Verdict 21..) 22. IEC61558_2_16A .

IEC61558_2_16A . Output cord N/A P N/A P P N/A P P P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Inlet bushings: – – – – – no damage to power supply cord reliably fixed not removable without tool not integral with power supply cord (for type X attachment) not of natural rubber except for Class I transformer with type X. Y or Z attachments: see relevant part 2 For type Z attachment: moulding enclosure and power supply cable do not affect insulation of cable Inlet openings or inlet bushing: without risk of damage to protective covering of power supply cord Insulation between conductor and enclosure: – – 22.9. 7 10 N for a cross-sectional area > 0. of insulating material and fixed Compliance is tested by the oscillating test according to fig. 7: – – – – – – 22.75 5 N for a cross-sectional area ≤ 0.9.5 no short-circuit between the conductors no breakage of more than 10% of stands of any conductor no separation of the conductor from the terminal no loosening of any cord guards no damage of the cord or cord guard no broken strands piercing the insulation and not becoming accessible Cord anchorages for type X attachment: TRF No.9. T211-0255/12 Verdict Plug for single-phase transformer with input current at rated output ≤ 16 A according to IEC 60 083.9 22.4 For portable transformers which are moved while operating: – cord guards.2 Type X.75 After the test according to fig.3 for Class I transformer: insulation of conductor plus separate basic insulation for Class II transformer: insulation of conductor plus double or reinforced insulation Enclosure of insulating material Y.Page 33 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .9.9.Remark Report No. if any. IEC 60 906-1 or IEC 60 309 22. 7: – – – loaded force during the test according to fig. Y and Z attachments 22.1 22.

IEC61558_2_16A . if clearly how. special lining/cable or cord sheath of cable sheath of cable N/A N/A Cord anchorages for type X and Y attachments: – – – – – – – replacement of external flexible cable or cord does not impair compliance with standard the entire flexible cable or cord with covering can be mounted into the cord anchorage if tightened or loosened no damage no contact between cable or cord and accessible or electrically connected clamping screws cord clamped by metal screws not allowed knots in cord not used labyrinths. if clearly how. Y. type Z TRF No.Page 34 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . permitted replacement of cable easily possible protection against strain and twisting clearly how suitable for different types of cable unless only one type of cable for transformer the entire flexible cable or cord with covering can be mounted into the cord anchorage if tightened or loosened no damage no contact between cable or cord and accessible or electrically connected clamping screws cord clamped by metal screw not allowed one part securely fixed to transformer for Class I transformer: insulating material or insulated from metal parts for Class II transformers: insulating material or supplementary insulation from metal parts N/A – – – – – – – – – – – – N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Cord anchorages for type X. type Y. permitted P P P N/A P N/A P N/A P Tests for type X with special cords. separate insulating barrier/cord anchorage supplementary insulation (Class II transformers). tying the cable into a knot and tying the end with string not allowed labyrinths. T211-0255/12 Verdict – glands in portable transformers not used unless possibility for clamping all types and sizes of cable moulded-on designs.Remark Report No. Z attachments: cores of power external flexible cable or cord insulated from accessible metal parts by: – – basic insulation (Class I transformers).

nuts... T211-0255/12 Verdict Test for type X attachments one test with a cord with smallest and one test with a cord with the largest cross-sectional area: – – – – – – – for the test with clamping screws or tightened with torque 2/3 of that specified in table 11 not possible to push cable into transformer 25 pulls of 1 s 1 min torque according to table 10 Applied to output cable (both types) P N/A P P P — P P mass (kg).Remark Report No. torque (Nm) .6 P N/A N/A N/A N/A Space for external cords or cable for fixed wiring and for type X and Y attachments: – – – before fitting cover... IEC 60 998-2-2 or IEC 60 947-7-1 TRF No.1 TERMINALS FOR EXTERNAL CONDUCTORS Transformer for connection to fixed wiring and transformer without power supply cords with type Y and Z attachments: only connections by screws......1 Nm during test: cable not damaged after test: longitudinal displacement ≤ 2 mm for cable or cord and ≤ 1 mm for conductors in terminals creepage distances and clearances ≥ values specified in Cl. pull (N)..Page 35 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .. 0.9. 30 N.... terminals Terminals are integral part of the transformer: – comply with IEC 60 999-1 under transformer conditions P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Other terminals: – separately checked according to IEC 60 998-2-1.. possibility to check correct connection and position of conductors cover fitted without damage to supply cords for portable transformers: contact with accessible metal parts if conductor becomes loose not allowed unless for type X and Y attachments terminations of cords do not slip free of conductor Space for external cords or cable for type X attachment and for connection to fixed wiring...: 0.. 26 – 22....146 kg. in addition: – – conductor easily introduced and connected possibility of access to terminal for external conductor after removal of covers without special purpose tool N/A N/A N/A 23 23. IEC61558_2_16A ..

1 Output wires soldered to PCB P N/A N/A N/A N/A - Other terminals than Y and Z attachments shall be so fixed that when the clamping means is tightened or loosened: – – – terminal does not work loose internal wiring is not subjected to stress creepage distances and clearance are not reduced below the values specified in Cl.2 pull of 5 N to the connection before test according to 14.7 N/A N/A TRF No. crimped. welded. connections allowed For Class II transformer: reliance not placed upon soldering. 26) 23.3 test by inspection according to 23. 26) Transformer with type Y and Z attachments for external conductors: soldered. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – used in accordance with their marking checked according to IEC 60 999-1 under transformer conditions N/A N/A N/A Transformer with type X attachments: soldered connection permitted if reliance not placed upon soldering.Page 36 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . etc.1 and 23. crimping or welding alone unless by barriers.5 Terminals for fixed wiring and for type X: located near their associated terminals of different polarities and the earth terminal if any Terminal blocks not accessible without the aid of a tool Transformer with type X attachments: stranded conductor test (8 mm removed): N/A 23. creepage distances and clearances between hazardous live parts and metal parts should conductor break away ≥ 50% of specified value (Cl.6 23.4 10 times fastening and loosening a conductor with the largest cross-sectional area with 2/3 of the torque specified in Cl. 25 23.Remark Report No.3 and 23. creepage distances and clearances between hazardous live parts and metal parts should conductor break away ≥ 50% of specified value (Cl. 26 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 23.2 Terminals for type X with special cords Y and Z attachments shall be suitable for their purpose: – – 23. IEC61558_2_16A .4 Other terminals than Y and Z attachments shall be so designed that: – – – – they clamp the conductor between metallic surfaces with sufficient contact pressure without damage to the conductor test by inspection according to 23. crimping or welding alone unless by barriers.

or two clamping screws N/A N/A N/A N/A 23. no contact: – – between terminal screws and accessible metal parts between terminal screws and inaccessible metal parts for Class II transformers N/A N/A 24 24. 25 A or 1.8 Terminals for a current > 25 A: – – pressure plate. no connection between live parts and metal parts separated from accessible metal parts by supplementary insulation N/A N/A N/A 23. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – – Class I transformers: no connection between live parts and accessible metal parts free wire of earth terminal: no touching of live parts Class II transformers: no connection between live parts and accessible metal parts.2 Protective earth terminal for connection to fixed wir.9 When terminal.1 SCREWS AND CONNECTIONS Screwed connections withstand mechanical stress. IEC61558_2_16A . Plug-in SMPS N/A N/A 25 25.3 N/A N/A N/A No accessible metal parts N/A 24.No terminals ing and for type X attachment transformers: comply with Cl.1 Ω with a min.4 Resistance of connection between earth terminal and metal parts ≤ 0. adequately locked.1 PROVISION FOR PROTECTIVE EARTHING Class I transformers: accessible conductive parts connected to earth terminal Class II transformers: no provision for earth Class I (Class II construction with functional PE) P P N/A N/A 24. other than protective earth conductor.Remark Report No. screws loosened as far as possible. 23. no risk of corrosion from contact between Cu and Al Body of earth terminal or screws/nuts of brass or other metal resistant to corrosion 24.No screws es N/A N/A TRF No. not possible to loosen without a tool No risk of corrosion from contact between metal of earth terminal and other terminal In case of earth terminal body of Al.5 rated input current at 1 min Class I transformers with external flexible cables or cords: – current-carrying conductors becoming touch before the earth conductor 24.5 No Input cord.Page 37 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .

101 P N/A TRF No. ten times No damage after torque test: diameter (mm). T211-0255/12 Verdict Screws transmitting contact pressure or likely to be tightened by the user or having a diameter < 2. IEC61558_2_16A . torque (Nm). 26 26. After the test no damage at the transformer and the gland.3 25.Remark Report No.4 length of engagement ≥ 3 mm + 1/2 screw diameter or 8 mm correct introduction into screw hole N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Electrical connections: contact pressure not transmitted through insulating material In case of use of thread-forming (sheet metal) screws for connection of current-carrying parts: clamping and locking means provided Thread-cutting (self-tapping) screws used for the connection of current-carrying parts allowed if they generate a full form machine screw thread and if not operated by the user Thread-cutting screws and thread-forming screws used for earth continuity allowed if at least 2 screws for each connection are used and it is not necessary to disturb the connection in normal use N/A N/A 25.1 CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES See 26. shall screw into metal Screws not of metal which is soft or liable to creep (Zn.Page 38 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .8 mm.6 Test of screwed glands with a torque according table 12. torque (Nm). Al) Screws of insulating material: not used for electrical connection Screws not of insulating material if their replacement by metal screws can impair supplementary or reinforced insulation Screws to be removed (replacement etc.2 Screws in engagement with thread of insulating material: – – 25. of power supply cord) not of insulating material if their replacement by metal screws can impair basic insulation No damage after torque test: diameter (mm). five times 25.5 Screws for current-carrying mechanical connections locked against loosening Rivets for current-carrying connections subject to torsion locked against loosening N/A N/A N/A 25.

1.1 Enclosed parts.1.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 26.35 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature Impulse dielectric test according to 4.3 multiplied with factor 1.1 of IEC 60 664-1 (1. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Test B TRF No. with uninsulated wires.2. IEC61558_2_16A . by impregnation or potting – – The requirements of reduced values as stated for pollution degree 1 (P1) are fulfilled all isolating materials are classified acc.2.2.4 26.4.3 is fulfilled N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A (see appended table) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 26.2.35 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18. without impregnation or potting Two of the three specimens are subjected to: – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 values of distance through insulation (dti) are fulfilled creepage distances and clearances are not required test A of this sub clause is fulfilled Test A – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specially specimens.2.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.2 Uncemented insulating parts pollution degree P2 or P3 – – all isolating material are classified acc.2.1 Creepage distances (cr) and clearances (cr) Windings covered with adhesive tape – – – the values of pollution degree 1 are fulfilled all isolating material are classified acc.Page 39 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 test A of 26. T211-0255/12 Verdict 26.Remark Report No.3 Cemented insulating parts – – – – all isolating materials are classified acc.2 26.2.3 multiplied by the factor 1. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 values of pollution degree 1 are not applicable 26.

1. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specially specimens.25 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature The three spacemen pass the Impulse dielectric test according to 4.3 Distance through insulation N/A P TRF No.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 N/A 26. The dielectric strength test is applied directly to the joint.25 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A (see appended table) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Test C – – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specimens.2.1. potted or impregnated.1 of IEC 60 664-1 (1.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.3 multiplied with factor 1.35 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature The three spacemen pass the Impulse dielectric test according to 4. (P1 values are not required) all isolating materials are classified acc.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 26.Remark Report No.3 multiplied by the factor 1. nor voids in the insulating compounds Two of the three specimens are subjected to: – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17.2. potted or impregnated. IEC61558_2_16A .35 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.3 multiplied by the factor 1.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.Page 40 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .1 of IEC 60 664-1 (1. (finished components) Neither cracks. Two of the three specimens are subjected to: (see appended table) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17.4.2.2 – – The requirements of distance through insulation (dti) are fulfilled.1.3 multiplied with factor 1.1.

the required values for solid insulation can be multiplied by 0.t.1 Reduced values of the thickness of insulation for supplementary or reinforced insulation are allowed if the following conditions are fulfilled: – – – the isolating materials are classified acc.1 and D.3.Remark Report No.i.3 is fulfilled If both requirements are fulfilled. – If the layers are separated: – – The requirement of 2 layers is fulfilled If serrated tape is used. C1.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled.3.3 is fulfilled on each layer with 50 N The required values for d. 1 additional layer (serrated) and one additional layer without serration is required The mandrel test according 26.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled. C. of Tables 13. N/A N/A N/A – – N/A N/A – If the layers are separated (alternative): – The requirement of 3 layers is fulfilled 3 layers between Sec (TIW) and outer primary winding 4 layers between Sec (TIW) and inner shield (Pri) – If serrated tape is used. 2c and 7 are fulfilled The insulation fulfil the material classification according IEC 60085 or 60216 or the test of 14.t. IEC61558_2_16A .Page 41 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .2 mm Minimum thickness of supplementary insulation >0.3 is fulfilled with 150 N The required values for d.2 N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A Insulation in thin sheet form – If the layers are non separable (glued together): – – – The requirement of 3 layers is fulfilled The mandrel test according 26.1 mm P P N/A N/A N/A N/A – – 26.3.i. and D1 – boxes 2b. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 the test of 14. 1 additional layer (serrated) and one additional layer without serration is required P P N/A TRF No. T211-0255/12 Verdict For double or reinforced insulation.4 Minimum thickness of reinforced insulation >0.1 and D. of Tables 13. the required values of Tables 13.3 26.3. C.

no breakdown.1) are used for insulation in thin sheet form as follows: – – – 26.3.25 whatever is the greater.3 and if the isolating materials are classified acc.3 multiplied by 1.3 rated output > 100 VA values in square brackets apply rated output ≥ 25 VA ≤ 100 VA 2/3 of the value in square brackets apply rated output < 25 VA 1/3 of the value in square brackets apply 3M 1350F-1 N/A N/A N/A N/A P P N/A N/A N/A Mandrel test of insulation in thin sheet form (specimen of 70 mm width are necessary): – If the layers are non separable – at least 3 layers glued together fulfil the test: – – pull force of 150 N high voltage test of 5. No flashover. No flashover.3 is fulfilled on 2/3 of the layers with 100 N The required values for d.25 whatever is the greater.101 Creepage distances.t.3 multiplied by 1. No flashover. no breakdown.25 whatever is the greater.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled. of Tables 13. T211-0255/12 Verdict – – The mandrel test according 26. N/A N/A N/A 26. C. P P P – If the layers are separable 1 of at least 2 layers fulfil the test: – – pull force of 50 N high voltage test of 5.3 multiplied by 1. clearances and distances through insulation.1 and D.Remark Report No.3.0 kV or the test voltage of 18.i.1/D. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 no distances through insulation are required for insulation in thin sheet form The figures within square brackets in box 2 and 7 of table 13 (C. material group II (part 1) table D. IEC61558_2_16A . – If the layers are separable and 2/3 of at least 3 layers fulfil the test: – – pull force of 100 N high voltage test of 5.Page 42 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .0 kV or the test voltage of 18. no breakdowns. P P Test according to 14.0 kV or the test voltage of 18. specified values according to (EN 61558-2-16:09): – – – table 13. material group IIIa (part 1) table C. material group I (part 1) P P N/A N/A TRF No.

T211-0255/12 Verdict – – – working voltage rated supply frequency 50/60 Hz rated internal frequency 1.............................................. Insulation between adjacent input circuits: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) : Insulation between adjacent output circuits: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..............: 4...............................5 mm ≥ 2.................: (3 layers of tape (0................................. IEC61558_2_16A ........................................: Within transformer T1: c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ...... Insulation between terminals for external connection: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .................44 mm measured on input N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A P P b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ...........3........b 3........................: Required CL/CR: 5........Page 43 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ........................: 5....: b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .....................: 2.............................: N/A N/A TRF No.5 mm ≥ 2.........12.4 mm Measured CL/CR: 7.: cr: 4......0 mm b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ............... Basic or supplementary insulation: a) measured values ≥ specified values cl: 4......075 mm)) + approved TIW providing reinforced insulation (Secondary) Additionally see 7c for requirement of Clause 19.................................................................... Insulation between input and output circuits (basic insulation): a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ........ Insulation between input and output circuits (double or reinforced insulation): 270 Vrms (over T1) at input 240 V P P N/A N/A N/A P P On PCB: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..............Remark Report No.....0 / 9.................................: c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..........................................: c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ...0 / 5......4 mm (mm) ............

...101) The minimum clearance is the greater of the two values.... C1 and D1 (see clause 26.... : mm thick between Pri and Sec (TIW) > 0..075 b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .. : Min......................... Reinforced or double insulation: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .....s............ : 7.Remark Report No......m....... N/A N/A N/A P N/A P P N/A N/A P Measured frequency 61..........0 c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..... : 6............. 3 layers of tape (0.............. working voltage according Tables 13...........05 mm* * 1/3 of the value in square brackets apply Enclosure thickness: Min........ Distance through insulation: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .....102 Values of IEC 61558-2-16 applicable for frequency up to 3 MHz (EN 61558-2-16:09) For frequency above 3 MHz clause 7 of IEC 60664-4 is applicable (high frequency testing) 26...................... IEC61558_2_16A .....5 kHz P P 536 V peak P P P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Measured frequency 61.103 Clearance (EN 61558-2-16:09) a) Clearance for frequency > 30 kHz according figure 101 two determinations are necessary: – determination based on peak working voltage according Table 104 : Peak working voltage Basic insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – and alternative if applicable for approximately homogeneous field according to Table 102 Peak working voltage Basic insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – determination based on measured r............... : mm 26. T211-0255/12 Verdict d) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .......5 kHz N/A b) Clearance for frequency < 30 kHz according figure 101 two determinations are necessary: TRF No...........Page 44 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ...................................................................................... : e) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .......... 2.........

26. working voltage according Tables 13.75 the peak value of the field strength is < 2 kV/mm For thin layers d2 < 30 µm the peak value of the field strength is < 10 kV/mm For d1 > d > d2 equation (1) is used for calculation the field strength Measured frequency 61. IEC61558_2_16A .106 Distance through insulation (EN 61558-2-16:09) Instead of partial discharge with high frequency voltage the test of the distance and the calculation of the electric field is applicable under the following conditions: – the max.101) If the values based on table 105 to 110 are lower than the relevant values in Tables 13.1.m. C.s. C1 and D1 (see clause 26.1 or D. C1 and D1 (see clause 26.105 Creepage distances Two determinations of creepage distances are necessary (see Figure 102) – determination based on measured peak working voltage according Tables 105 to 110 Peak working voltage Pollution degree Basic or supplementary insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – determination based on measured r. 103 and 104 are peak voltages including µsec peaks (EN 61558-2-16:09) The working voltage according to Table 13 of part 1 are r.s. the higher values shall be applicable P 26. working voltage according Tables 13.104 The working voltages of Table 102.Page 45 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .m.Remark Report No. voltages P P P P 536 V Pollution degree 2 P P N/A See cl.5 kHz P - P P P N/A N/A P TRF No.101) The minimum clearance is the greater of the two values. frequency is < 10 MHz – the field strength approximately comply with Figure 103 – no voids or gaps are present in between the solid insulation For thick layers d1 > 0. N/A – N/A N/A P 26.s. T211-0255/12 Verdict – determination based on peak working voltage with recurring peak voltages according Table 103 : determination based on measured r.101 (higher values) P P 26.m.

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27 27.1

RESISTANCE TO HEAT, FIRE AND TRACKING Resistance to heat All insulating parts are resistant to heat For parts of rubber, which passed the test of 19.9, no additional test is required. The tests are not required for cables and small connectors with a rated current < 3 A, a rated voltage < 24 V a.c. or 60 V d.c. and a power < 72 W

P P N/A P

27.1.1

External accessible parts The Ball-pressure test: diameter of impression ≤ 2 mm; heating cabinet temperature (°C) at 70 °C or the temperature T of 14.1 (T + 15) - is fulfilled. Enclosure Diameter of impression: 75ºC: 1,2 mm 95ºC: 1,8 mm

P

27.1.2

Internal parts For insulating material retaining current carrying parts in position, the ball-pressure test: diameter of impression ≤ 2 mm; heating cabinet temperature (°C) at 125 °C or the temperature T of 14.1 (T + 15) - is fulfilled 125°C; Diameter of impression: Bobbin T1: < 1 mm

P

27.2 27.3

Resistance to abnormal heat under fault conditions Resistance to fire All isolating parts of the transformer shall be resistant to ignition and spread of fire. The test according to IEC 60696-2-10 is required

N/A -

27.3.1

External accessible parts (glow wire tests) – – 650° C for enclosures 650 ° C for parts retaining current carrying parts in position and terminals for external conductors Current < 0,2 A 750° C for parts retaining current carrying parts in position and terminals for external conductors with fixed wiring. Current > 0,2 A 850° C for parts retaining current carrying parts Plug part of Enclosure in position and terminals for external conductors with non fixed wiring. Current > 0,2 A

P P N/A

N/A

P

27.3.2

Internal parts – 550° C for internal insulating material – not retaining current carrying parts in position

P N/A

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650° C for coil formers (bobbins) 650 ° C for parts retaining current carrying parts in position and terminals for external conductors. Current < 0,2 A 750° C for parts retaining current carrying parts in position and terminals for external conductors with fixed wiring. Current > 0,2 A

Bobbin T1

P N/A

N/A

850° C for parts retaining current carrying parts Bobbin T1 in position and terminals for external conductors with non fixed wiring. Current > 0,2 A

P

27.4

For IP other than IPX0:If insulating parts retaining current carrying parts in position and under P3 conditions, the material resistance to tracking is at least material of group IIIa Test (175 V): no flashover or breakdown before 50 drops

N/A

N/A

28

RESISTANCE TO RUSTING Ferrous parts protected against rusting

N/A N/A

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ANNEX E , GLOW WIRE TEST The test is required according to IEC 60695-2-10 and IEC 60695-2-11 with the following additions:

P P P P

E.1 E.2 E.3

Clause 6, ”Severities” of IEC 6095-2-11, apply with the temperature stated in 27.3 of IEC 61558-1 Clause 8, ”Conditioning”, of IEC 60695-2-11 apply, preconditioning is required Clause 10, ”Test Procedure”, of IEC 60695-2-11 apply, The tip of the glow wire is applied to the flat side of the surface.

F F.2

ANNEX F, REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUALLY OPERATED SWITCHES WHICH ARE PARTS OF THE TRANSFORMER Manually operated mechanical switches, tested as separate component, shall comply with IEC 61058 under the conditions of F2. Manually operated mechanical switches tested as part of the transformer shall comply with the conditions specified under F.3

N/A N/A

F.§

N/A

H H1

ANNEX H, ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS (IEC 61558-1) General notes on tests (addition to clause 5)

P P

H.2 H.2.1

SHORT-CIRCUIT AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION (ADDITION TO CLAUSE 15) Circuits designed and applied so that fault conditions do not render the appliance unsafe During and after each test: – – temperatures do not exceed values specified in table 3 of Cl. 15.1 transformer complies with conditions specified in sub-clause 15.1

P P

P P N/A

If a conductor of a pcb becomes open circuited, the transformer is considered to have withstood the particular test, provided that all six conditions as specified are met H.2.2 Fault conditions a) to f) of sub-clause H.2.3 are not tested if the following conditions are met: – – electronic circuit is a low-power circuit as specified safety of the appliance as specified does not rely on correct functioning of the electronic circuit

N/A N/A N/A

H.2.3

Fault conditions tested as specified when relevant:

P

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if the transformer incorporates an electronic circuit to ensure compliance with Cl. current I2 is measured as specified: – – if I2 < 2. are applicable approved optocoupler P P P N/A N/A P H. INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE AS MULTIPLE LAYER INSULATION P TRF No. clause 4 are applicable. In optocouplers no requirements of cr and cl For coatings annex W applies.75 x I1 test of 15. Smaller distances as required in IEC 60664-3. CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION For live parts separated by basic insulation smaller cr and cl as in 26 are allowed.75 x I1. if H2 is fulfilled.1 x I1 test of 15.3.3.Page 49 of 106 IEC 61558-1 Clause Requirement + Test Result . if less than specified in Cl. 15 Fault condition e) is applied for encapsulated and similar components PTC's and NTC's are not short-circuited if they are used as specified H. T211-0255/12 Verdict a) short-circuit of creepage distances and clearances.2.4 If for a fuse-link complying with IEC 60 127-3 rated fuse current I1 is used.Remark Report No. 26.1 CREEPAGE DISTANCES. IEC61558_2_16A . the test is carried out as specified 15. 15 is repeated with a simulated fault as indicated in a) to e).2 to 15.3. For potted transformers cycling tests acc. unless they comply with IEC 60 384-14 d) short-circuit of any two terminals of an electronic component as specified e) any failure of an integrated circuit as specified f) low-power circuit: low-power points are connected to the supply source P P P P N/A N/A N/A Cl.2. 26 b) open circuit at the terminals of any component c) short-circuit of capacitors.8 is repeated with fuselink short-circuited if I2 > 2.3 H.3. surface temperature of optocouplers is 50 K K ANNEX K. no other tests are necessary N/A N/A - N/A N/A N/A N/A If I2 > 2.5 H.2 The max.1 x I1 and I2 < 2.8 is repeated as specified For fuses other than those complying with IEC 60 127-3.

test as specified in 4...Totoku / TIW-E – winding insulation material ..2 of IEC 60 851-5 Nominal conductor diameter < 2.1 mm. test voltage for two layers 3 kV 3.5 kV N/A N/A N/A N/A P N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A K.. : Approved component P N/A P N/A N/A N/A K. test as specified in 4.2 of IEC 60 851-6: – – – high voltage test immediately after this test test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5. two layers for basic or supplementary insulation insulated winding wire with min.2..2....5 mm..2.Remark Report No.3. test as specified in 4. test 11 of IEC 60851-3 U ANNEX U – INFORMATIVE – OPTIONAL TW – MARKING FOR TRANSFORMERS N/A TRF No.. three layers for ...1 and 4.4 of IEC 60 851-3 – – – high voltage test immediately after this test test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5..1.2. test as specified under 3.018 mm ≤ 0. test as specified under 5.. IEC61558_2_16A .2.2 Adherence and flexibility.1 Wire construction: – – insulated winding wire with min. ≤ 2.2.3 Heat shock. test as specified under test 13 of 4.1 c) of IEC 60 851-5 1.2 of IEC 60 851-5 Nominal conductor diameter > 0.4 Retention of dielectric strength after bending.1 or 3..1 mm.5 kV K.5 Resistance to abrasion....6.1 and 4...1 Conformance test Test 13 of IEC 60 851-5 nominal conductor diameter ≥ 0.3. high voltage test immediately after this test 2.. T211-0255/12 Verdict K. test voltage for three layers 5.Great Lonflon / TRW reinforced insulation ...5 kV N/A N/A N/A N/A K.5 kV K.2 K.5 mm.2...4.2 of IEC 60 851-5 High voltage test immediately after the above specified tests: – – test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5....Furukawa / TEX-E .4.1 and 4..Page 50 of 106 IEC 61558-1 Clause Requirement + Test Result ..

U1 General notes and tests 8 transformers of one type are necessary for the test. the test can be repeated with 7 new samples U.Page 51 of 106 IEC 61558-1 Clause Requirement + Test Result .5 U. U.5.1 U. measured with 500 V d. when the transformers have returned to room temperature. IEC61558_2_16A .a.2 is done with positive result. The test result is positive. T211-0255/12 Verdict The tests of Annex U are based on constant S = 4500.5. If no indications are given.2 14. the test period is 30 days After the test. not less than 1 MOhm c) The transformer fulfil the dielectric strength test with 35% of the values in Clause 18.1 Transformers tested as a integral part of the equipment (option). 6 of the 7 samples have passed the test. Other constants are possible.1 b) The insulation resistance between input and output winding and between windings and body is. they fulfil the following requirements: a) The output voltage has not changed from the measured value at the beginning by more than allowed value of clause 11. Table 8. is min. The test result is negative.4 Heating (addition to clause 14) Thermal endurance test Test according U5 and measurements according 11. assigned with tw The thermal conditions are so adjusted.1 General requirements and information about thermal endurance test on windings Thermal endurance test Transformers tested at rated output Loads outside of the oven 7 transformers are placed in the oven N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. if 2 or more samples fail the test If the result is negative. that the duration of test is as indicated by the manufacturer. if the test of U..3 Short circuit and overload protection (addition to clause 15) At short circuit and overload tests the winding temperature if less than the required value of table U.c. Tests according U5.Remark Report No.

3 Procedure b) The testing authority shall test 14 new transformers Test 1.2 U. T and log L are calculated from the dates The diagram according to Figure U.5. U.1 The use of constant S other than 4500 in tw tests Procedure a) The manufacturer prepares test results with a minimum of samples of 30. based on clause U.2. the result is negative.Remark Report No. T211-0255/12 Verdict The temperature of the hottest winding of each of the 7 transformers is-together with the oven temperature.2. If all transformers fail before L2. Regulation of the oven temperature if necessary After 24 hours again measuring of the winding temperature. The test time of the coldest winding is not longer than twice the theoretical test time based on table U. based on clause U.2 After 4 hours measuring of the actual winding temperatures.1 but at a calculated room temperature T2 (for 120 days). The test is continued until all transformer fail. The temperatures of the 7 samples are very near to the required temperature of the values of table U.5.5. Calculation of the mean life L2 at temperature T2 according to U4 Test 2.5.The test time with T2 exceeds L2. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No.2 will be founded.5.Page 52 of 106 IEC 61558-1 Clause Requirement + Test Result . IEC61558_2_16A . at the applicable temperature of table U.2 U.2.1 but at the calculated test room temperature for 10 days.

2.1.2. IEC61558_2_16A .Remark Report No.1.2.1 ANNEX V.2 Restored by disconnection of the supply N/A IEC 490/98 V.2.Page 53 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .1.2 Self-resetting thermal cut-out N/A N/A IEC 492/98 TRF No. T211-0255/12 Verdict V V.3 Thermal link IEC 491/98 V. SYMBOLS TO BE USED FOR THERMAL CUT-OUTS Restored by manual operation N/A N/A IEC 489/98 V.

voltage (V) 12. °C ext. LF1 3.04 delta Usec (%) + 0.4 / 33. allowed temperatures TRF No.2 / 61.04 12. Input wiring 2.7 77.5 59. IEC61558_2_16A . Secondary wiring 8.1 / 71.2 / 56. 50/60 Hz At input of 240 V.4 75.5 / 51. encl. Enclosure (interior) 12.6 70ºC 110ºC 110ºC 105ºC 110ºC 70ºC 125ºC 105ºC 130ºC 80ºC Max.2 / 45. 50/60 Hz TABLE: HEATING r-cold Ω r-warm Ω temp.1 / 49.6 54.2 / 98. U1 6.2 / 62.6 35. allowed temperatures Note: Test performed @ 25ºC ambient temperature 14 B TABLE: HEATING r-cold Ω r-warm Ω temp.1 62. wire P further information type/rated output Horizontal position: 110 V / 264 V Measured [°C] 110 / 264 V 1. C4 10. LF1 3. Input wiring 2.15 12.7 58.5 57. C1 5. °C support °C int. + ext.3 71.25 % + 1. wire P further information type/rated output Vertical position: 110 V / 264 V Measured 110 / 264 V 1. + ext.5 / 77.33 % + 0. Enclosure (exterior) 44. CX1 50.6 / 38.25 % further information P type/rated output/ Output Output Note: 14 A At input of 100 V.0 99.1 / 78.2 71.33 % Usec V no-load output 12.Page 54 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . encl.2 / 69.6 70ºC 110ºC 110ºC Max.5 / 59. °C support °C int. T1 7.6 76. Plug pins 13. T211-0255/12 Verdict 11 and 12 Clause TABLE: OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND OUTPUT CURRENT UNDER LOAD.15 12 delta Usec no-load output % + 1.3 / 62.8 71. NO-LOAD OUTPUT VOLTAGE 11 rated voltage (V) 12 12 sec. PCB 11. CY1 / CY2 9. CX1 4.Remark Report No.2 / 57.1 68. °C ext.

8 38. T1 7.6 / 61. Secondary wiring 8.3 / 55. Plug pins 13.1 / 67.1 59.3 / 70. C4 10. T211-0255/12 105ºC 110ºC 70ºC 125ºC 105ºC 130ºC 80ºC Note: Test performed @ 25ºC ambient temperature TRF No.9 99. Enclosure (interior) 12. PCB 11.0 / 37.6 / 56.9 65.9 74. IEC61558_2_16A .3 / 101.3 75.1 55.4 / 67.9 53.5 69. U1 6.Page 55 of 106 4.5 / 77.7 / 76.8 Report No. CY1 / CY2 9. C1 5. Enclosure (exterior) 73.

4ºC No fire.. No fire..1 V.10x rated input. : 264 V Leakage current between Live parts and enclosure* Live parts and SELV parts I [mA] < 0. wire further information TABLE: SHORT-CIRCUIT AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION Output immediately dropped to 0 V and 0 A. : type/rated output 1.. IEC 61558-1 Accepted standard P mark(s) of con1 formity ) object/part No. allowed I [mA] 0..... Maximum temperature measured on T1: 186... No hazard. No overheating No fire. 2. TRF No. U1 (short-circuit pin 1-2) 7. T1 (SC @ 264 V) r-cold Ω r-warm Ω temp.... Fuse FS1 operated.. * Enclosure was wrapped with aluminium foil.05 Max.05 < 0.. C1 (short-circuit) No fire or melted material during abnormal operation.. No fire. + ext.7 V... No hazard..... No overheating..Page 56 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause 15 Requirement + Test ambient temperature (°C) .... No load output voltage: 12. Worst case model results given. No hazard..... U1 (open circuit pin 1-2) 6... Output immediately dropped to 0 V and 0 A... 18 TABLE: Leakage current 1. No overheating.5 0....... No hazard. 60 Hz...Remark 40°C support °C Report No.. Maximum temperature on T1: 88.0 mm thick. Output (short-circuit) 4... encl... T211-0255/12 Verdict P int. °C ext.. 2.5 P Note: Measured at 264 V input voltage.... Dielectric strength test passed after each abnormal operation. No hazard. No fire...6 W @ 264 V input. No load output voltage: 15.5ºC...... No hazard. Output (overload) 5.. IEC61558_2_16A . T1 (SC @ 90 V) 3. °C Result . Input power: 1.......... 20 TABLE: Components manufacturer/ type/model trademark technical data Unit from outside Enclosure Overall dimensions: 49 mm by 74 mm by 42 (82) mm min... No fire. Maximum temperature measured on T1: 41ºC No overheating Max input power: 33 W.... Top and bottom parts are mounted with ultrasonic welding process. Fuse FS1 blows immediately.

5 mm IEC/EN G). TUV Tested with the appliance UL E17385 UL E175868 Class B (130ºC) . 1. Class B (130°C) .insulation tape (alternative) Yahua PZ-281 Class B (130ºC) IEC/EN 61558-1 (OANZ2) UL E165111 TRF No. 61558-1 EXCY0098( GWFI 960ºC @ 2.Page 57 of 106 20 TABLE: Components manufacturer/ type/model trademark technical data Report No. Class B (130°C) Reinforced. Ltd.triple insulated Totoku wire (alternative) TIW-E Reinforced.triple insulated wire Great Leoflon TRW Reinforced. EE2218. 44 370S Class B (130ºC) . T211-0255/12 P standard mark(s) of con1 formity ) Tested with appliance UR E45329 object/part No.bobbin GlobTek BA1112 32001931403 Chang Chun Plastics Co. PBT-4130 Class B (130) IEC/EN 61558-1 IEC/EN 61558-1 (QMFZ2) Tested with the appliance Tested with the appliance UL E59481 UL E211989 VDE UL E206440 VDE. NEMKO. 250 V.0 mm Unit from inside PCB Suzhou City Yilihua Electronics Littelfuse Wickmann Werke Xiamen Wanming Electronics YLH-1 42.insulation tape (alternative) Bondtec Class B (130ºC) IEC/EN 61558-1 (OANZ2) . T100. X2. Enclosure Mate. ENEC RFI capacitor CX1 Inductor LF1 HQX 275 V..triple insulated Furukawa wire (alternative) TEX-E . thickness.0 mm (QMFZ2) GG) GWIT 800ºC @ 2.Sabic rial CX7211(G Rated 94V-0 at min. TUV UL E166483 VDE.3 mm by 1. IEC61558_2_16A .2 mm by 67.5 IEC/EN mm thickness 61558-1 Rated 94V-0.insulation tape 3M 1350F-1.6 A. 85°C IEC/EN 60127-3 IEC/EN 60384-14 IEC/EN 61558-1 UL E67006 VDE VDE. 220 nF GlobTek NF1-41080 HeJia Boam Sunycore Class B (130ºC) Tested with the appliance Transformer T1 with: . Class B (130°C) IEC/EN 60950 Annex U IEC/EN 60950 Annex U IEC/EN 60950 Annex U IEC/EN 61558-1 (OANZ2) . 130°C (ZPMV2) Tested with the appliance UR E251781 Fuse FS1 Series 400 1. SEMKO. 1350T-1.

c. 300 V. -varnish -tube (on secondary) Great Holding PTFE TFL Industrial co. IEC61558_2_16A . SEMKO. FT2. T125..Ltd DVB2085(*) technical data Class B (130ºC) Report No. T100 250/300 V a. 2200 pF. AWG24. that components from other vendor and other model number. AWG20. 300 V. T211-0255/12 P standard IEC/EN 61558-1 UL 1446 (OBOR2) mark(s) of con1 formity ) Tested with the appliance UL E93947 object/part No. FT2.. See OD-CB2039. 2) + means. VW-1 IEC/EN 61558-1 (AVLV2) Provided evidence ensures the agreed level of compliance. Y2 80ºC. ENEC Tested with the appliance UL E333601 Tested with the appliance UL E74020 Xhuan Shan Chuan Style 1185 Output wire/cable (alternative) 1) 1) Der An Electric Wire & Cable Style 2464 80ºC.ltd (200ºC) IEC/EN 61558-1 UL 224 (YDPU2) Tested with the appliance UL E156256 Optocoupler U1 Capacitor Y2 CY1 / CY2 Output wire/cable Liteon Walsin LTV 817 AC Series 5000 V. SEV. IF=5 mA.. VW-1 IEC/EN 60950-1 IEC/EN 60384-14 IEC/EN 61558-1 (AVLV2) SEMKO UL E146544 VDE.Page 58 of 106 20 TABLE: Components manufacturer/ type/model trademark Noroo Paint&Coatin gs Co. but with the same or better/higher rating and equivalent approvals are accepted TRF No.

6. 5. T211-0255/12 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . 2. 68 h at the temperature acc. 3. Cl. 9. 7. 2.2 TEST B TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three specially prepared specimens with potting or impregnation (P1) N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1. 68 h at the temperature acc. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C 26. 7. without potting or impregnation N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1. 10. 9. 10. IEC61558_2_16A . 5. 4.2 TEST A TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three special prepared specimens with uninsulated wires. 8. 14 (min.Page 59 of 106 Report No. 14 (min. 8. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C TRF No. Cl. 6. 3. 4.Remark Verdict 26.

Cl. 68 h at the temperature acc.2 TEST C TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three specially prepared specimens with potting (only dti is required) N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C TRF No. 5. 8. 7. 3. 6.Page 60 of 106 Report No. 10. 4. T211-0255/12 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . 14 (min. 2. IEC61558_2_16A .Remark Verdict 26. 9.

1 THERMAL ENDURANCE TEST 3 4 5 6 7 PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC TRF No. Rated PRI-Voltage Rated SEC-Voltage Material of Winding Material of bobbin Material of resin Material of potting Material of foil Components removed for test tw S Objective test duration (days) Theoretical test temperature Sample Winding Start – Rk After 4 h – Rw After 4 h – winding temperature After 4 h .oven temperature After 24 h – Rw After 24 h – winding temperature After 24 h . IEC61558_2_16A .1) under load Insulating resistance High voltage test (35% of the values in Table 8.oven temperature Final test period (days) Output voltage (11.Page 61 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .a 1 2 U.Remark Report No. T211-0255/12 Verdict Annex U Type ref.5.

5. IEC61558_2_16A .oven temperature After 24 h – Rw After 24 h – winding temperature After 24 h .oven temperature Final test period (days) Output voltage (11.Page 62 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . T211-0255/12 Verdict Annex U Type ref.Remark Report No.a 1 U.2 The use of an other constant S other than 4500 in tw tests Test1:10 days 2 3 4 5 6 7 PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC TRF No.1) under load Insulating resistance High voltage test (35% of the values in Table 8. Rated PRI-Voltage Rated SEC-Voltage Material of Winding Material of bobbin Material of resin Material of potting Material of foil Components removed for test tw S Objective test duration (days) Theoretical test temperature Sample Winding Start – Rk After 4 h – Rw After 4 h – winding temperature After 4 h .

oven temperature Final test period (days) Output voltage (11.oven temperature After 24 h – Rw After 24 h – winding temperature After 24 h .5.Page 63 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .Remark Report No.1) under load Insulating resistance High voltage test (35% of the values in Table 8.2 The use of an other constant S other than 4500 in tw tests Test2:120 days 2 3 4 5 6 7 PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC PRI SEC TRF No. IEC61558_2_16A . T211-0255/12 Verdict Annex U Type ref. Rated PRI-Voltage Rated SEC-Voltage Material of Winding Material of bobbin Material of resin Material of potting Material of foil Components removed for test tw S Objective test duration (days) Theoretical test temperature Sample Winding Start – Rk After 4 h – Rw After 4 h – winding temperature After 4 h .a 1 U.

c.c. ambient temperature Frame or core terminal Protective earth IP number Earth (ground for functional earth) For indoor use only tw5 YYY IPXX F ta 3 3N cosϕ V A (mA) VA or (VAR) W Hz PRI SEC d.11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. (DC) or N BB.Page 64 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .2 BB.8.8 BB.2 MARKING AND OTHER INFORMATION Marking for transformers IP00 or for associated transformers: type and trademark. Three-phase a.c. instruction sheets Correct symbols: Volts Amperes Volt amperes (or volt-amperes reactive for reactors) Watts Hertz Input Output Direct current Neutral Single-phase a.c. N/A N/A N/A N/A 8. Three-phase and neutral a.8. IEC61558_2_16A . Power factor Class II construction Class III construction Fuse-link Rated max.Remark Report No. T211-0255/12 Verdict AA Annex AA Partial discharge (PD) test N/A N/A BB Annex BB Particular requirements for associated transformers for switch mode power supplies with internal frequencies > 500 Hz See separate test report-form for these Annex.11 8.

11 8.8. ambient temperature Frame or core terminal Protective earth IP number Earth (ground for functional earth) For indoor use only tw5 YYY tw10 YYY twx YYY IPXX F ta 3 3N cosϕ V A (mA) VA or (VAR) W Hz PRI SEC d. IEC61558_2_16A .2 BB.Remark Report No. (DC) or N N/A N/A N/A N/A or 8. T211-0255/12 Verdict tw10 YYY twx YYY Additional Symbols (IEC 61558-2-16:09) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe separating transformer BB.c. instruction sheets Correct symbols: Volts Amperes Volt amperes (or volt-amperes reactive for reactors) Watts Hertz Input Output Direct current Neutral Single-phase a.c.2 Marking for transformers IP00 or for associated transformers: type and trademark.8.11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No.c.c. Three-phase and neutral a. Power factor Class II construction Class III construction Fuse-link Rated max. Three-phase a.Page 65 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .

11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A or TRF No. Power factor Class II construction Class III construction Fuse-link Rated max. Three-phase a.8. (DC) or N N/A N/A or 8.2 Marking for transformers IP00 or for associated transformers: type and trademark.c. Three-phase and neutral a. ambient temperature Frame or core terminal Protective earth IP number Earth (ground for functional earth) For indoor use only tw5 YYY tw10 YYY twx YYY Additional Symbols (IEC 61558-2-16:09) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe separating transformer IPXX F ta 3 3N cosϕ V A (mA) VA or (VAR) W Hz PRI SEC d. IEC61558_2_16A . instruction sheets Correct symbols: Volts Amperes Volt amperes (or volt-amperes reactive for reactors) Watts Hertz Input Output Direct current Neutral Single-phase a. T211-0255/12 Verdict Additional Symbols (IEC 61558-2-16:09) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe separating transformer BB.11 8.8.c.Remark Report No.c.Page 66 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .c.2 BB.

2 BB.8.8.11 8. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.c. Three-phase and neutral a.c.Page 67 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . ambient temperature Frame or core terminal Protective earth IP number Earth (ground for functional earth) For indoor use only tw5 YYY tw10 YYY twx YYY Additional Symbols (IEC 61558-2-16:09) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe separating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof separating transformer IPXX F ta 3 3N cosϕ V A (mA) VA or (VAR) W Hz PRI SEC d.2 Marking for transformers IP00 or for associated transformers: type and trademark.c. Three-phase a. (DC) or N 8.c. Power factor Class II construction Class III construction Fuse-link Rated max. instruction sheets Correct symbols: Volts Amperes Volt amperes (or volt-amperes reactive for reactors) Watts Hertz Input Output Direct current Neutral Single-phase a.Remark Report No. IEC61558_2_16A .11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A or N/A or TRF No.

14.2.2.9 PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK N/A BB.14. IEC61558_2_16A . or system but the measured temperature does not exceed the value of Class A No classified material or system but the measured temperature exceeds the value for Class A.14.3 N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.1 or 14.2 BB.14. T211-0255/12 Verdict SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof separating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof isolating transformer N/A or N/A or N/A or N/A or N/A N/A N/A SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof isolating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS incorporating a Fail-safe safety isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Non-short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer SMPS incorporating a Short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer (inherently or non-inherently) SMPS (Switch mode power supply unit) N/A BB.1 BB. the live parts of the transformers are submitted to the test of 14.14 BB.2.3 N/A TRF No.Remark Report No.11 OUTPUT VOLTAGE AND OUTPUT CURRENT UNDER LOAD N/A BB.3 according to the insulation system Class of isolating system (classified materials according to IEC 60 085 and IEC 60 216) No classified material.10 CHANGE OF INPUT VOLTAGE SETTING N/A BB.13 SHORT-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE N/A BB.Page 68 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .12 NO-LOAD OUTPUT VOLTAGE (see supplementary requirements in Part 2) N/A BB.2 HEATING Application of 14.

1 and 18.3. measured at the beginning of the test is ≤ 30% insulation resistance acc. 10 Hz moisture treatment (48 h.2 BB.18. IEC61558_2_16A .4 – – – Measurements and tests at the beginning and after each test: – deviation of the no-load input current.3. test voltage 35% of specified value (table VI) Transformers (50 or 60 Hz version) are tested after the dielectric strength test as follows: under no load. amplitude 0. cl.14.35 mm.18. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.3.18 BB. frequency (Hz): 2 times rated frequency – – N/A N/A – N/A BB.2 times rated supply voltage. no breakdown (18.3 BB.3.14.Remark Report No.14.Page 69 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . duration: 5 min.15 SHORT-CIRCUIT AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION N/A BB.17 PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INGRESS OF WATER AND MOISTURE N/A BB. 17.16 MECHANICAL STRENGTH N/A BB.2 INSULATION RESISTANCE AND ELECTRIC STRENGTH Insulation resistance between: – – – – – – live parts and body for basic insulation ≥ 2 MΩ live parts and body for reinforced insulation ≥ 7 MΩ input circuits and output circuits for basic insulation ≥ 2 MΩ input circuits and output circuits for double or reinforced insulation ≥ 5 MΩ each input circuit and all other input circuits connected together ≥ 2 MΩ each output circuit and all other output circuits connected together ≥ 2 MΩ N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. 2 min.3). Upri(V):1.1 BB. 55 Hz.14. frequency range: 10 Hz.14.2 electric strength.3 Accelerated ageing test for undeclared class of isolating system Cycling test (10 cycles): – measuring of the no-load input current (mA) heat run (temperature in table 2) vibration test: 30 min.2) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.

...... d) live parts and an intermediate conductive part ....1.........19...........19 BB..........Page 70 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ..1.. working voltage (V).......... b) live parts and the body if intended to be connected to protective earth ........... 2) double or reinforced insulation between input circuits and output circuits................ working voltage (V).......1...........Remark Report No... test voltage (V) ..... e) intermediate conductive parts and body ........ T211-0255/12 Verdict – hazardous live parts and metal parts with basic insulation (Class II transformers) ≥ 2 MΩ body and metal parts with basic insulation (Class II transformers) ≥ 5 MΩ metal foil in contact with inner and outer surfaces of enclosures ≥ 2 MΩ N/A – – BB.................18......... IEC61558_2_16A .............. 1) Reinforced insulation between the body and live parts.......................... 3) basic or supplementary insulation between: a) live parts of different polarity..19.... c) inlet bushings and cord guards and anchorages . working voltage (V)........2 BB.......19....................19...........2.....2.... 2) Functional insulation for windings intended to be connected in series or parallel (test voltage = working voltage + 500 V) (IEC 615582-16:2009) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.................................1....3 N/A N/A N/A N/A Electric strength test (1 min): no flashover or breakdown: 1) basic insulation between input circuits and output circuits............... test voltage (V) .... test voltage (V) .1 BB.................. working voltage (V)...........................1 BB.1 BB. test voltage (V) ...2 CONSTRUCTION Separation of input and output circuits SMPS incorporating auto-transformers (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) SMPS incorporating separating transformers (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) Input and output circuits electrically separated......19.... (IEC 61558-2-16:09) The insulation between input and output winding(s) consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-216:09) Class I SMPS N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No...............

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– –

Insulation between input windings and body consist of basic insulation Insulation between output windings and body consist of basic insulation

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Class II SMPS (IEC 61558-2-16:09) – – BB.19.1.2.3 Insulation between input windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation Insulation between output windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation

The insulation between input windings and intermediate conductive parts and the output windings and intermediate part consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:09) For class I SMPS the insulation between input and output windings via the intermediate conductive parts consist of basic insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:09) For class II SMPS the insulation between input winding and the body and between the output windings and the body via the intermediate conductive parts consist of double or reinforced insulation (IEC 61558-2-16:09)

N/A

N/A

BB.19.1.2.4 BB.19.1.2.5

Parts of output circuits may be connected to protective earth (IEC 61558-2-16:09) No direct contact between output circuits and the body, unless: (IEC 61558-2-16:2009) – – Allowed for associated transformers by the equipment standard Clause 19.8 of part 1 is fulfilled

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

BB.19.1.3

SMPS incorporating isolating transformers and safety isolating transformers (IEC 61558-216:09) Input and output circuits electrically separated (IEC 61558-2-16:09) No possibility of any connection between these circuits

BB.19.1.3.1

N/A N/A N/A

BB.19.1.3.2

The insulation between input and output winding(s) consist of double or reinforced insulation (exception see 19.1.3.4) (IEC 61558-2-16:09) Class I SMPS not intended for connection to the mains by a plug: – Insulation between input windings and body connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated to the input voltage

— N/A

TRF No. IEC61558_2_16A

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Insulation between output windings and body, connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated for the output voltage

N/A

Class I SMPS intended for connection to the mains by a plug (EN 61558-2-16:09): – Insulation between input windings and body connected to earth consist of basic insulation rated to the working voltage Insulation between output windings and body, connected to earth consist of supplementary insulation rated for the working voltage

N/A N/A

N/A

Class II SMPS (IEC 61558-2-16:09) – Insulation between input windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation rated to the input voltage Insulation between output windings and body consist of double or reinforced insulation, rated to the output voltage

N/A N/A

N/A

BB.19.1.3.3

SMPS with intermediate conductive parts not connected to the body (between input/output) (EN 61558-2-16:09): For class I and class II SMPS the insulation between input and output windings, via intermediate conductive parts, consist of double or reinforced insulation, rated to the working voltage (EN 61558-2-16:09) – For class II SMPS the insulation between input winding and the body and between the output windings and the body via the intermediate conductive parts consist of double or reinforced insulation. (rated to the input voltage, for SELV circuits only basic insulation to the body)) For transformers, different from independent, the insulation between input and output windings, via intermediate conductive parts, consist of double or reinforced insulation, rated to the working voltage.

-

19.1.3.3.1

N/A

N/A

N/A

BB.19.1.3.3.2 Class I transformers with earthed core, and not allowed for class II equipment (EN 61558-216:09) – – Insulation from the input to the earthed core: basic insulation rated for the input voltage Insulation from the output voltage to the earthed core: basic insulation rated for the output voltage

N/A

N/A N/A

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BB.19.1.3.3.3 Insulation between : input to intermediate conductive parts and output and intermediate parts consist of at least basic insulation (EN 61558-216:09) – If the insulation from input or output to the intermediate metal part is less than basic insulation, the part is considered to be connected to input or output.

N/A

N/A

BB.19.1.3.4

For class I SMPS, with protective screen, not connected to the mains by a plug the following conditions comply (EN 61558-2-16:09): – The insulation between input winding and protective screen consist of basic insulation (rated input voltage) The insulation between output winding and protective screen consist of basic insulation (rated output voltage) The protective screen consist of metal foil or a wire wound screen extending the full width of the windings and has no gaps or holes Where the protective screen does not cover the entire width of the input winding, additional insulation to ensure double insulation in this area, is used. If the screen is made by a foil, the turns are isolated, overlap at least 3 mm The cross-section of the screen and the lead out wire is at least corresponding to the rated current of the overload device The lead our wire is soldered or fixed to the protective screen.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

– –

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

Protective screening is not allowed for SMPS with plug connection to the mains (EN 61558-216:09) BB.19.1.3.5 No connection between output circuit and protective earth, except of associated transformers (allowed by equipment standard) or 19.8 is fulfilled (EN 61558-2-16:09) No connection between output circuit and body, except of associated transformers (allowed by equipment standard) (EN 61558-2-16:09) The distance between input and output terminals for the connection of external wiring is ≥ 25 mm Portable SMPS having an rated output < 630 VA (EN 61558-2-16:09) No connection between input and output circuit, except of associated transformers (allowed by equipment standard) (EN 61558-2-16:09)

N/A

BB.19.1.3.6

N/A

BB.19.1.3.7 BB.19.1.3.8 BB.19.1.3.9

N/A N/A N/A

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12.19. knobs.12. IEC61558_2_16A .: – – – insulating material supplementary insulation covering separated from shafts or fixing by supplementary insulation N/A BB.10 Protective screening is not allowed for SMPS with plug connection to the mains (EN 61558-216:09) Handles.11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.1 Windings construction Undue displacement in all types of transformers not allowed: – – – of input or output windings or turns thereof of internal wiring or wires for external connection of parts of windings or of internal wiring in case of rupture or loosening BB. levers. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.2 Serrated tape: – – – – distance through insulation according to table 13 one additional layer of serrated tape.3 Insulated windings wires: – to all types of transformers for basic or supplementary insulation taken separately N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A a) Winding wire with basic or supplementary insulation: – – comply with Annex K the insulation of the conductor: two layers b) Winding wire with double or reinforced insulation: – – – comply with Annex K the insulation of the insulated winding wire: three layers dielectric strength test with the values according 18.12 BB.12.Page 74 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .19.3.19.19. etc.1.19.19. and one additional layer without serration in case of cheek less bobbins the end turns of each layer shall be prevented from being displaced BB.Remark Report No.3 multiplied by 1.25 Where the wire is wound: – – – upon metal or ferrite cores upon enamelled wire under enamelled wire TRF No.

2.26. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 test A of 26.26. are not required N/A N/A N/A BB.Page 75 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .2 BB. T211-0255/12 Verdict An additional insulation with a dti of supplementary insulation provided between insulated an enamelled wires 100 % Routine test according to Annex K.26. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 values of pollution degree 1 are not applicable BB. table C.21 BB.Remark Report No.2.26. IEC61558_2_16A .24 PROVISION FOR PROTECTIVE EARTHING N/A BB.3 for windings giving double or reinforced insulation For windings providing reinforced insulation the values in table 13.20 COMPONENTS N/A BB.22 INTERNAL WIRING SUPPLY CONNECTION AND EXTERNAL FLEXIBLE CABLES AND CORDS N/A N/A BB. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 values of distance through insulation (dti) are fulfilled creepage distances and clearances are not required TRF No.101 Creepage distances (cr) and clearances (cr) Windings covered with adhesive tape – – – the values of pollution degree 1 are fulfilled all isolating material are classified acc.26 BB.3 is fulfilled N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.2.1 and table D1. box 2) c).3 Cemented insulating parts – – – all isolating materials are classified acc.25 SCREWS AND CONNECTIONS N/A BB.26.1 CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES See 26.2 Uncemented insulating parts pollution degree P2 or P3 – – all isolating material are classified acc.1 BB.2.23 TERMINALS FOR EXTERNAL CONDUCTORS N/A BB.

3 multiplied with factor 1.26. potted (see appended table) or impregnated.1.4 BB. IEC61558_2_16A .2.2.3 multiplied with factor 1. with un.25 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.(see appended table) insulated wires.1. T211-0255/12 Verdict – test A of this sub clause is fulfilled N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Test A – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specially specimens.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.Page 76 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result .1 of IEC 60 6641 (1.25 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature The three spacemen pass the Impulse dielectric test according to 4. The dielectric strength test is applied directly to the joint.35 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.2.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. without impregnation or potting Two of the three specimens are subjected to: – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17.1 Enclosed parts.4.2.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 BB.Remark Report No. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Test B – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specially specimens.26. Two of the three specimens are subjected to: – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17.3 multiplied by the factor 1.1.3 multiplied by the factor 1.1.1 of IEC 60 664-1 (1.35 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature N/A N/A N/A N/A Impulse dielectric test according to 4. by impregnation or potting – – The requirements of reduced values as stated for pollution degree 1 (P1) are fulfilled all isolating materials are classified acc.

T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.3 Distance through insulation For double or reinforced insulation. potted or impregnated.2. 2c and 7 are fulfilled The insulation fulfil the material classification according IEC 60085 or 60216 or the test of 14. nor voids in the insulating compounds Two of the three specimens are subjected to: – – – the relevant humidity treatment according to 17.3. C1.4.1 Reduced values of the thickness of insulation for supplementary or reinforced insulation are allowed if the following conditions are fulfilled: – – – the isolating materials are classified acc.26. (P1 values are not required) all isolating materials are classified acc. (finished components) Neither cracks.2 mm Minimum thickness of supplementary insulation >0. the required values of Tables 13.26.1 mm N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A – – N/A N/A TRF No.35 immediately at the end of the last cycle with high temperature The three spacemen pass the Impulse dielectric test according to 4.Remark Report No. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 the test of 14.2.Page 77 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . IEC61558_2_16A .1.3 multiplied by the factor 1.3 multiplied with factor 1.2 – The requirements of distance through insulation (dti) are fulfilled. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 N/A – N/A N/A N/A N/A (see appended table) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Test C – – – – thermal class working voltage Test with three specimens. the required values for solid insulation can be multiplied by 0. and D1 – boxes 2b.26.1.4 Minimum thickness of reinforced insulation >0.2 / 50 µs waveform) – see Annex R of IEC 61558-1 BB.2 (48 h) the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.1 of IEC 60 6641 (1.35 One of the three specimens is subjected to the relevant dielectric strength test of 18.3 is fulfilled If both requirements are fulfilled.3 BB.

t.1) are used for insulation in thin sheet form as follows: – – – BB. C. IEC61558_2_16A . of Tables 13.3.i.i.i.1 and D. C. of Tables 13. 1 additional layer (serrated) and one additional layer without serration is required The mandrel test according 26. 1 additional layer (serrated) and one additional layer without serration is required The mandrel test according 26.Remark Report No.3. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB. to IEC 60085 and IEC 60216 no distances through insulation are required for insulation in thin sheet form The figures within square brackets in box 2 and 7 of table 13 (C.26.Page 78 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A – If the layers are separated: – – The requirement of 2 layers is fulfilled If serrated tape is used.3.3 is fulfilled on each layer with 50 N The required values for d.3 and if the isolating materials are classified acc.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled.3 rated output > 100 VA values in square brackets apply rated output ≥ 25 VA ≤ 100 VA 2/3 of the value in square brackets apply rated output < 25 VA 1/3 of the value in square brackets apply N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Mandrel test of insulation in thin sheet form (specimen 0f 70 mm width are necessary): TRF No. N/A N/A N/A – – N/A N/A Test according to 14.2 Insulation in thin sheet form – If the layers are non separable (glued together): – – – The requirement of 3 layers is fulfilled The mandrel test according 26.1/D.26.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled.1 and D.3 is fulfilled on 2/3 of the layers with 100 N The required values for d. N/A N/A N/A – – N/A N/A – If the layers are separated (alternative: – – The requirement of 3 layers is fulfilled If serrated tape is used.1 – marked by index ”e” are fulfilled.3.t.3.t. of Tables 13. C.1 and D.3 is fulfilled with 150 N The required values for d.

............101 Creepage distances.... Insulation between input and output circuits (double or reinforced insulation): a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .. material group II (part 1) table D..... Insulation between input and output circuits (basic insulation): a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..... N/A N/A N/A BB..... N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No.........25 whatever is the greater. b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..Page 79 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ............. No flashover.. specified values according to (EN 61558-2-16:09): – – – – – – table 13.Remark Report No....... N/A N/A N/A – If the layers are separable 1 of at least 2 layers fulfil the test: – – pull force of 50 N high voltage test of 5.....0 kV or the test voltage of 18..26.3 multiplied by 1... no breakdown.........0 kV or the test voltage of 18....25 whatever is the greater......... no breakdowns.. No flashover................ clearances and distances through insulation.......25 whatever is the greater............... c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ........ N/A N/A N/A – If the layers are separable and 2/3 of at least 3 layers fulfil the test.............3 multiplied by 1........... – – pull force of 100 N high voltage test of 5..........3 multiplied by 1.............. no breakdown.... 2.. T211-0255/12 Verdict – If the layers are non separable – at least 3 layers glued together fulfil the test: – – pull force of 150 N high voltage test of 5..... IEC61558_2_16A .... material group IIIa (part 1) table C..0 kV or the test voltage of 18...................... material group I (part 1) working voltage rated supply frequency 50/60 Hz rated internal frequency 1...... No flashover..

........................ 4.......................................26............. Insulation between terminals for external connection: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .........................102 Values of IEC 61558-2-16 applicable for frequency up to 3 MHz (EN 61558-2-16:09) For frequency above 3 MHz clause 7 of IEC 60664-4 is applicable (high frequency testing) BB........................ 5............................................................. Distance through insulation: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ........................................................ e) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ................................................................................................. T211-0255/12 Verdict 3............................................. b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .......................Page 80 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result ......Remark Report No..... Insulation between adjacent output circuits: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ............... b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ..................................... 6.................) Clearance for frequency > 30 kHz according figure 101 two determinations are necessary: – determination based on peak working voltage according Table 104 : N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No.......................... Basic or supplementary insulation: a) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ............................ b) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .................103 Clearance (EN 61558-2-16:09) a........ Reinforced or double insulation: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ........... 7........... IEC61558_2_16A ............ c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .................................. c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) ........................................ c) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .... d) measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .......................26..... BB....... Insulation between adjacent input circuits: measured values ≥ specified values (mm) .......

working voltage according Tables 13.26.26.101) The minimum clearance is the greater of the two values. 103 and 104 are peak voltages including µsec peaks EN 61558-2-16:09) The working voltage according to Table 13 of part 1 are r.Remark Report No. IEC61558_2_16A . working voltage according Tables 13. T211-0255/12 Verdict Peak working voltage Basic insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – and alternative if applicable for approximately homogeneous field according to Table 102 Peak working voltage Basic insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – determination based on measured r. b.m.Page 81 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . C1 and D1 (see clause 26.m. C1 and D1 (see clause 26.s.m. BB.104 The working voltages of Table 102.m. C1 and D1 (see clause 26.s.s.s.) Clearance for frequency < 30 kHz according figure 101 two determinations are necessary: – determination based on peak working voltage with recurring peak voltages according Table 103 : determination based on measured r.101) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A – N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A TRF No. voltages BB.105 Creepage distances Two determinations of creepage distances are necessary (see Figure 102) – determination based on measured peak working voltage according Tables 105 to 110 Peak working voltage Pollution degree Basic or supplementary insulation: required / measured Double or reinforced insulation: required / measured value – determination based on measured r.101) The minimum clearance is the greater of the two values. working voltage according Tables 13.

106 Distance through insulation (EN 61558-2-16:09) Instead of partial discharge with high frequency voltage the test of the distance and the calculation of the electric field is applicable under the following conditions: – the max.27 RESISTANCE TO HEAT. FIRE AND TRACKING N/A TRF No. frequency is < 10 MHz – the field strength approximately comply with Figure 103 – no voids or gaps are present in between the solid insulation For thick layers d1 > 0. the higher values shall be applicable BB.75 the peak value of the field strength is < 2 kV/mm For thin layers d2 < 30 µm the peak value of the field strength is < 10 kV/mm For d1 > d > d2 equation (1) is used for calculation the field strength N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB. C.Remark Report No.1.Page 82 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Clause Requirement + Test Result . T211-0255/12 Verdict If the values based on table 105 to 110 are lower than the relevant values in Tables 13.1 or D.26. IEC61558_2_16A .

IEC61558_2_16A .....1 ANNEX K.3. of IEC 60695-2-11 apply. ≤ 2.H ANNEX H. test as specified in 4. The tip of the glow wire is applied to the flat side of the surface..E2 BB. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.K.5 mm. ”Test Procedure”.5 mm. apply with the temperature stated in 27.4..K..1 Conformance test Test 13 of IEC 60 851-5 nominal conductor diameter ≥ 0...1 and 4. ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS (IEC 61558-1) N/A BB.E ANNEX E .Page 83 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Annex BB Clause Requirement + Test Result . test as specified under 5.5 kV N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.2 of IEC 60 851-5 Nominal conductor diameter < 2..E3 Clause 6.E. three layers for reinforced insulation winding insulation material . test as specified in 4.. INSULATED WINDING WIRES FOR USE AS MULTIPLE LAYER INSULATION Wire construction: – – – insulated winding wire with min. of IEC 60695-211apply..5 kV TRF No.2 BB.Remark Report No... REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUALLY OPERATED SWITCHES WHICH ARE PARTS OF THE TRANSFORMER N/A BB.2. BB.1 and 4.1..2 of IEC 60 851-5 Nominal conductor diameter > 0.3...1 mm. ”Conditioning”...2 Adherence and flexibility. ”Severities” of IEC 6095-2-11... test as specified in 4.2..018 mm ≤ 0.. GLOW WIRE TEST The test is required according to IEC 60695-2-10 and IEC 60695-2-11 with the following additions: N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.K.. : N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB..2..1 mm.. two layers for basic or supplementary insulation insulated winding wire with min.F ANNEX F..1 BB.K.3 of IEC 61558-1 Clause 8.1 and 4.4.K BB..2... preconditioning is required Clause 10.2 of IEC 60 851-5 High voltage test immediately after the above specified tests: – – test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5.4 of IEC 60 851-3 – – – high voltage test immediately after this test test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5.

2. test voltage for three layers 5.5 kV N/A N/A N/A N/A BB. test as specified under test 13 of 4. 68 h at the temperature acc. 8.6.K. 7. 6. 5. IEC61558_2_16A . 9.Remark Report No.K. 10.U V ANNEX U – INFORMATIVE – OPTIONAL TW – MARKING FOR TRANSFORMERS ANNEX V. 4.1 c) of IEC 60 851-5 1.Page 84 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Annex BB Clause Requirement + Test Result . test as specified under 3. 14 (min. SYMBOLS TO BE USED FOR THERMAL CUT-OUTS N/A N/A BB.2.4 Retention of dielectric strength after bending.3 Heat shock. high voltage test immediately after this test 2. test voltage for two layers 3 kV 3.5 Resistance to abrasion.1 or 3. 3.5 kV N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A BB.2 of IEC 60 851-6: – – – high voltage test immediately after this test test voltage for two layers 3 kV test voltage for three layers 5. without potting or impregnation N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1.K.2.26.2 TEST A TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three special prepared specimens with uninsulated wires. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C TRF No. test 11 of IEC 60851-3 N/A BB. 2. Cl. T211-0255/12 Verdict BB.

Remark Report No. 14 (min. 6. 9.26. 2. 4.2 TEST C TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three specially prepared specimens with potting (only dti is required) N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C TRF No. 2. Cl.Page 85 of 106 IEC 61558-2-16 Annex BB Clause Requirement + Test Result . T211-0255/12 Verdict BB. IEC61558_2_16A . 6. 9. 5.26. 68 h at the temperature acc. 85 °C) 1 hour 25 °C 2 hour 0 °C 1 hour 25 °C BB. Cl. 3. 5.2 TEST B TABLE: CREEPAGE DISTANCES AND CLEARANCES AND DISTANCES THROUGH INSULATION Test with three specially prepared specimens with potting or impregnation (P1) N/A cycles with 2 x working voltage between pri / sec 1. 68 h at the temperature acc. 10. 7. 10. 3. 4. 7. 8. 14 (min. 8.

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