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1 Test Report issued under the responsibility of: TEST REORT IEC Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus Safety requirements Report Number... : Date of issue... : , Amendment No. 1: Total number of pages Name of Testing Laboratory preparing the Report... : Applicant s name... : Address... : Guangzhou ITL Co., Ltd. NetBit Electronics Limited Unit TH FL Malaysia Building 50 Gloucester Road Wanchai HongKong Test specification: Standard... : IEC 60065:2014 Test procedure... : Non-standard test method... : CB Scheme Test Report Form No.... : Test Report Form(s) Originator... : M Intertek Semko AB Master TRF... : Dated Copyright 2016 IEC System of Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components (IECEE System). All rights reserved. This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial purposes as long as the IECEE is acknowledged as copyright owner and source of the material. IECEE takes no responsibility for and will not assume liability for damages resulting from the reader's interpretation of the reproduced material due to its placement and context. If this Test Report Form is used by non-iecee members, the IECEE/IEC logo and the reference to the CB Scheme procedure shall be removed. This report is not valid as a CB Test Report unless signed by an approved CB Testing Laboratory and appended to a CB Test Certificate issued by an NCB in accordance with IECEE 02. General disclaimer: The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested. This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the Issuing CB Testing Laboratory. The authenticity of this Test Report and its contents can be verified by contacting the NCB, responsible for this Test Report.

2 age 2 of 18 Report No.: Test item description... : AC ADATER Trade Mark... : Manufacturer... : Model/Type reference... : Ratings... : NetBit Electronics Limited Unit TH FL Malaysia Building 50 Gloucester Road Wanchai HongKong NBS36ExxxyyyHz, NBS36ExxxyyyVz, NBS36ExxxyyyD5, NBS36ExxxyyyM2 (xxx= , means output voltage Vdc, yyy= , means output current 50mA-4000mA, z= A, B, C, E, I, K, O, R, S, T, U) Input: V~, V~, V~, 50/60Hz, 0.8A; Output: V - - -, mA (see general product information for details) Responsible Testing Laboratory (as applicable), testing procedure and testing location(s): CB Testing Laboratory: Testing location/ address...: Tested by (name, function, signature)...: Guangzhou ITL Co., Ltd. 1-2/F floor, South Block, Building A2, No. 3 Keyan Road, Science City, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China David Tan roject handler Approved by (name, function, signature)...: Bob Dai Reviewer Testing procedure: CTF Stage 1: Testing location/ address...: Tested by (name, function, signature)...: Approved by (name, function, signature)...: Testing procedure: CTF Stage 2: Testing location/ address...: Tested by (name + signature)...: Witnessed by (name, function, signature).: Approved by (name, function, signature)...: Testing procedure: CTF Stage 3: Testing procedure: CTF Stage 4: Testing location/ address...: Tested by (name, function, signature)...: TRF No. M

3 age 3 of 18 Report No.: Witnessed by (name, function, signature).: Approved by (name, function, signature)...: Supervised by (name, function, signature) : TRF No. M

4 age 4 of 18 Report No.: List of Attachments (including a total number of pages in each attachment): Attachment No. 1: 3 pages of Circuit & CB layout drawing. Attachment No. 2: 14 pages of European Group Differences And National Differences according to EN 60065: Attachment No. 3: 78 pages of for IEC th Ed. as per CB Bulletin. Attachment No. 4: 2 pages of photo documentation. Summary of testing: Tests performed (name of test and test clause): 5.2.h Input Test 7.1 Heating Test 11 Fault Conditions Test Testing location: Guangzhou ITL Co., Ltd. 1-2/F., South Block, Building A2, No.3, Keyan Road, Science City, Guangzhou Guangdong CHINA Stress Relief Test 13 Clearances and creepage distances Summary of compliance with National Differences (List of countries addressed): National and group differences are considered as per CB Bulletin. The product fulfils the requirements of EN 60065: 2014 List of countries addressed:at, AU, AR, BY, BE, BG, BR, CN, CZ, DK, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IE, IL, IT, J, KR, NL, NO, L, T, RO, SG, SK, SI, ES, SE, CH, US, CA, UA, GB, NZ, TW(Region), EU. Explanation of used codes: AT= Austria, AU=Australia, BE=Belgium, BG=Bulgaria, BY=Belarus, CA=Canada, CH=Switzerland, CN=China, CZ=Czech Republic, DE=Germany, DK=Denmark, ES=Spain, EU=Europe, FI=Finland, FR=France, GB=United Kingdom, GR=Greece, HU=Hungary, IE=Ireland, IL=Israel, IT=Italy, J=Japan, KR=Korea, NL=Netherlands, NO=Norway, NZ=New Zealand, L=oland, T=ortugal, RO=Romania, SE=Sweden, SG=Singapore, SI=Slovenia, SK=Slovakia, TW=Taiwan(Region), UA=Ukraine, US=United States, BR=Brazil, AR=Argentina. TRF No. M

5 age 5 of 18 Report No.: Copy of marking plate: The artwork below may be only a draft. The use of certification marks on a product must be authorized by the respective NCBs that own these marks. See original CB report for details. TRF No. M

6 age 6 of 18 Report No.: Test item particulars...: Classification of installation and use...: Class II Supply Connection...: Direct plug-in and desktop...: ossible test case verdicts: - test case does not apply to the test object...: (Not Applicable) - test object does meet the requirement...: (ass) - test object does not meet the requirement...: F (Fail) Testing...: Date of receipt of test item...: Date (s) of performance of tests...: to General remarks: "(See Enclosure #)" refers to additional information appended to the report. "(See appended table)" refers to a table appended to the report. Throughout this report a comma / point is used as the decimal separator. Manufacturer s Declaration per sub-clause of IECEE 02: The application for obtaining a CB Test Certificate includes more than one factory location and a declaration from the Manufacturer stating that the sample(s) submitted for evaluation is (are) representative of the products from each factory has been provided...: Yes Not applicable When differences exist; they shall be identified in the General product information section. Name and address of factory (ies)... : Dongguan NB ower Electronic Limited NO.365, South Dongkeng RD, Dongkeng Town, Dongguan City,. R. China TRF No. M

7 General product information: Description of samples: See original CB report age 7 of 18 Report No.: Model list: Model name NBS36ExxxyyyHz, NBS36ExxxyyyVz, NBS36ExxxyyyD5, NBS36ExxxyyyM2 (xxx= , yyy= ) Rated output voltage range (Vdc) Rated output current range (ma) Max. output power (W) Transformer type T036 A T036 A 0002 Note: xxx= , yyy= ; z= A, B, C, E, I, K, O, R, S, T, U). xxx= indicates output voltage range Vdc with step 0.1Vdc; yyy= indicates output current range mA with step 10mA. H indicates horizontal type enclosure, V indicates vertical type enclosure, D5 indicates detachable mains plug enclosure, M2 indicates desktop enclosure z= A, B, C, E, I, K, O, R, S, T, U indicates type of the AC plug, z= A, sample with Australia plug, z= B, sample with Brazil plug, z= C, sample with for China plug, z= E, sample with for Europe plug, z= I, sample with for India plug, z= K, sample with United Kingdom plug, Hongkong plug, Singapore plug, z= O, sample with Korea plug, z= R, sample with Argentina plug, z= S, sample with South Africa plug, z= T, sample with Thailand plug, z= U, sample with America plug, Japan plug, Taiwan plug, Mexico plug. Report Summary: The original Test Report Ref. No , dated 2016 August 05 was modified on 2017 August 08 to include the following changes/additions: 1. Add alternative schematic and layout (Cancel component LF1 and add component L2 with primary CB layout change slightly.) 2. Add alternative source of varistor MOV1 and X2 capacitor CX1. 3. Change the manufacturer from Dongguan NB ower Electronics Limited to NetBit Electronics Limited per request of the applicant, see page 2 for the name and address of the manufacturer. Change Testing Comments 1,2 See summary of testing -- For alternative MOV1, see components in bold in appended table 14 for details. -- See photos documents for details. -- See appended table 5.2, 7.1, 11, and 13 for details. This Test Report should be read in conjunction with the original report No.: issued on and Correction No. 1: TRF No. M

8 age 8 of 18 Report No.: The models NBS36E120300HU, NBS36E120300VU, NBS36E120300M2 selected for testing and passed. Additional testing was conducted as reported under Summary of testing. A photo of modified printed wiring board with new component layout was added in this Amendment Report. TRF No. M

9 age 9 of 18 Report No.: IEC Identification and supply rating a) Identification, maker... : See rating label b) Model number or type reference... : See rating label c) Class II symbol or Class II with functional earth symbol if applicable... : d) Nature of supply... : e) Rated supply voltage... : V / V / V f) Mains frequency if safety dependant... : 50/60Hz g) Rated current or power consumption for apparatus supplied by supply apparatus for general use, on apparatus or in instruction manual... : Supplied by a.c. mains Measured current or power consumption... : Deviation % (max 10%)... : h) Rated current or power consumption for apparatus intended for connection to an a.c. mains supply : 0.8A Measured current or power consumption... : (See appended table 7.1) Measured current or power consumption for Television set... : Deviation % (max 10%)... : Symbols explained in the user manual Input current: 0.704A max. Deviation: max -12 % The measured consumption at RATED SULY VOLTAGE does not exceed the marked value by more than 10 %. 7 HEATING UNDER NORMAL OERATING CONDITIONS 7.1 General Temperature rises not exceeding specified values; fuse links and other protective devices defeated (see appended table) Temperature rise of accessible parts (see appended table) Temperature rise of parts providing electrical insulation Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or as a mechanical barrier (see appended table) (see appended table) Temperature rise of windings (see appended table) arts not subject to a limit under to (see appended table) TRF No. M

10 age 10 of 18 Report No.: IEC Softening temperature of insulating material supporting parts conductively connected to the mains carrying a current > 0,2 A at least 150 o C 11 FAULT CONDITIONS 11.1 No shock hazard under fault condition For details refer to appended table Heating Requirements No danger of fire to the surroundings Safety not impaired by abnormal heat Flames extinguish within 10 seconds No flames No hazard from softening solder No solder point became soft Soldered terminations not used as protective mechanism Measurement of temperature rises (see appended table) Temperature rise of accessible parts (see appended table) Temperature rise of parts, other than windings and printed boards, providing electrical insulation Temperature rise of parts acting as a support or mechanical barrier (see appended table) Temperature rise of windings (see appended table) rinted boards Temperature rise does not exceed the limits of table 3 or exceed the limits of table 3 by max. 100 K for max. 5 min a) Temperature rise of V-0 or VTM-0 printed circuit boards exceeding the limits of table 3 by not more than 100 K for an area not greater than 2 cm² b) Temperature rise of V-0 or VTM-0 printed circuit boards exceeding the limits of table 3 up to 300 K for an area not greater than 2 cm² for a maximum of 5 min Meets all the special conditions if conductors on printed circuit boards are interrupted No points on the CB exceed the limit. (see appended table) Class I protective earthing maintained Class II equipment Temperature rise of parts not subject to the limits of to shall not exceed the limits in table 3, item e), "Fault conditions". (see appended table) TRF No. M

11 age 11 of 18 Report No.: IEC MECHNICAL STRENGTH 12.1 Complete apparatus The apparatus have adequate mechanical strength Bump test where mass >7 kg Vibration test Impact hammer test Steel ball test Drop test for portable apparatus where mass 7 kg Thermoplastic enclosures stress relief test Enclosure is subjected to the test at C for 7 hours for all models, no hazard after test. Enclosure material: See original CB report for details Fixing of knobs, push buttons, keys and levers No such parts 12.3 Remote controls with hazardous live parts No remote controls 12.4 Drawers (pull test 50 N, 10 s) No drawers 12.5 Antenna coaxial sockets providing isolation No antenna coaxial sockets 12.6 Telescoping or rod antennas ,0mm diameter end revented from falling into the apparatus hysical securement, removal prevented 12.7 Apparatus containing coin / button cell batteries Reduced possibility for children to remove battery Tests Stress relief test Battery replacement test Drop test Impact test Battery not accessible; or not removable TRF No. M

12 age 12 of 18 Report No.: IEC CLEARANCES AND CREEAGE DISTANCES 13.1 Clearances in accordance with 13.3 (see appended table) Creepage distances in accordance with 13.4 (see appended table) 13.2 Determination of working voltage (see appended table) 13.3 Clearances Comply with 13.3 or Annex J Circuits conductively connected to the mains comply with table 8 and, where applicable, table 9... : Circuits not conductively connected to the mains comply with table 10 (see appended table) Measurement of transient voltages 13.4 Creepage distances not less than appropriate table 11 minimum values (see appended table) 13.5 rinted boards Conductors complying with pull-of and peel strength requirements, one of which may be conductively connected to the mains, as in fig Type B coated printed circuit boards complying with IEC (basic insulation only) 13.6 Conductive parts along uncemented joints clearances and creepage distances comply with 13.3 and 13.4 Conductive parts along reliably cemented joints comply with 8.8 Temperature cycle test and dielectric strength test 500V test for transformers, magnetic coupler and similar devices, if insulation is relied upon for safety 13.7 Enclosed, enveloped or hermetically sealed parts not conductively connected to the mains, clearances and creepage distances as in table arts filled with insulating compound, meeting the requirements of 8.8 TRF No. M

13 age 13 of 18 Report No.: IEC TABLE: Heating Test Ambient ( o C)...: See bellow Loudspeaker impedance (Ω)...: -- Cond. U n (V) Hz I n (A) n (W) U out (V) out (W) Operating Condition / Status For model NBS36E120300HU DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A DC12.0V, 3.0A Test condition No. No. No. horizontal vertical horizontal vertical Thermocouple Locations dt (K) dt (K) dt (K) dt (K) dt (K) limit For model NBS36E120300HU A B C D -- lug holder inside (120-45) MOV1 body (105-45) CX1 body (100-45) CB near RTH (130-45) L2 winding (130-45) C1 body (105-45) CB near Q (130-45) T1 winding ( ) T1 core ( ) Output cord (80-45) Internal enclosure (top on T1) (120-45) Internal enclosure (bottom of T1) (120-45) External enclosure (top on T1) (60-10) TRF No. M

14 age 14 of 18 Report No.: IEC External enclosure (bottom of T1) (60-10) Ambient( o C) For model NBS36E120300VU A B C D -- lug holder inside (120-45) MOV1 body (105-45) CX1 body (100-45) CB near RTH (130-45) L2 winding (130-45) C1 body (105-45) CB near Q (130-45) T1 winding ( ) T1 core ( ) Output cord (80-45) Internal enclosure (top on T1) (120-45) Internal enclosure (bottom of T1) (120-45) External enclosure (top on T1) (60-10) External enclosure (bottom of T1) (60-10) Ambient( o C) For model NBS36E120300M2 90V/60Hz 264V/50Hz 90V/60Hz 264V/50Hz Label Label -- Label up Label up down down AC Inlet (70-45) Input wire (80-45) MOV1 body (105-45) CX1 body (100-45) CB near RTH (130-45) L2 winding (130-45) C1 body (105-45) CB near Q (130-45) T1 winding ( ) T1 core ( ) Output cord (80-45) Internal enclosure (top on T1) (120-45) Internal enclosure (bottom of T1) (120-45) External enclosure (top on T1) (60-10) TRF No. M

15 age 15 of 18 Report No.: IEC External enclosure (bottom of T1) (60-10) Ambient( o C) Supplementary information: 1. A: 90V/60Hz, horizontal; B: 90V/60Hz, vertical; C: 264V/50Hz, horizontal; D: 264V/50Hz, Vertical. Horizontal means the adaptor is plugged into horizontal socket-outlet; Vertical means the adaptor is plugged into vertical wall socket-outlet. Label down means the adaptor is placed on desk with rating label down position. 2. Thermocouple method used. 3. Suitable for use in tropical climates, the above temp. rise limit are adjusted according to ambient temperature 45 C. 4. The temperature rise of winding is measured by Thermocouple method, the permitted temperature rise had been reduce 10K. TRF No. M

16 age 16 of 18 Report No.: IEC TABLE: Fault Conditions No. Component Fault dt (K) / Component Test conditions, test duration, test result For model NBS36E120300HU 1 Output +/- Ol CB near RTH1:67.5K CB near Q1:79.1K T1 winding:83.3k T1 core:73.3k Output cord:35.0k External enclosure (top on T1):36.2K External enclosure (bottom of T1):31.2K Ambient: 45.1 C Input current: 0.367A -> 0.422A -> 0.445A -> 0.464A-> 0.015A Test duration: 4 hours 58 minutes Temperature was stabled at 3.45A, unit shut down at 3.47A, recoverable, no hazards. 2 C1 Sc -- Input current: 0 Test duration: 1 second F2 open immediately, D1, D2, D3, D4, Q1 damaged, no hazards. For model NBS36E120300VU 3 Output +/- Ol CB near RTH1:66.6K CB near Q1:76.3K T1 winding:81.6k T1 core:70.9k Output cord:42.6k External enclosure (top on T1):37.1K External enclosure (bottom of T1):29.9K Ambient: 45.1 C Input current: 0.367A -> 0.420A -> 0.443A -> 0.462A-> 0.015A Test duration: 4 hours 54 minutes Temperature was stabled at 3.45A, unit shut down at 3.47A, recoverable, no hazards. 4 C1 Sc -- Input current: 0 Test duration: 1 second F2 open immediately, D1, D2, D3, D4, Q1 damaged, no hazards. For model NBS36E120300M2 TRF No. M

17 age 17 of 18 Report No.: IEC Output +/- Ol Input wire:30.4k CB near RTH1:61.0K CB near Q1:76.2K T1 winding:74.2k T1 core:69.9k Output cord:37.2k External enclosure (top on T1):43.0K External enclosure (bottom of T1):31.2K Ambient: 45.4 C Input current: 0.367A -> 0.418A -> 0.441A -> 0.015A Test duration: 5 hours 22 minutes Temperature was stabled at 3.30A, unit shut down at 3.32A, recoverable, no hazards. 6 C1 Sc -- Input current: 0 Test duration: 1 second F2 open immediately, D1, D2, D3, D4, Q1 damaged, no hazards. Supplementary information: 1. Sc means short-circuited test, Ol means overload test, Oc means open-circuited test. 2. Thermocouple method used for all points. 3. Tma is 45 C Max., above data were adjusted according to ambient 45 C. 4. Temperature limits: T1 winding - 110K ( ); CB - 140K (150-10); Output cord - 90K (100-10); Enclosure - 55K (65-10). 13 TABLE: Clearance And Creepage Distance Measurements Rated supply voltage: V ollution degree.. : II Material Group...: IIIa or IIIb 2 N force on internal parts applied: Yes N force on outside of conductive enclosure applied: No -- clearance and creepage distance at/of: Basic Insulation: Working voltage (V) Clearance (mm) Creepage (mm) U peak U r.m.s. Required Measured required Measured Line and Neutral before F Two terminals of F Two terminals of F Supplementary information: TRF No. M

18 age 18 of 18 Report No.: IEC TABLE: Critical components information Object / part No. Varistor (MOV1) (Optional)(Whe n L2 installed on CB) (Alternate) X2 capacitor (CX1) (Alternate) Inductor (L2)(Optional) Manufacturer/ trademark Brightking (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. Shantou High- New Technology Dev.Zone Songtian Enterprise Co., Ltd Yimanfeng science and technology Co., Ltd. Interchangeable Type / model Technical data Standard Mark(s) of conformity 1) 331KD10, 391KD10, 331KD14, 391KD14, 431KD10, 471KD10, 561KD10, 471KD14, 561KD14, 681KD10, 681KD14 10D331K, 10D391K, 14D331K, 14D391K, 10D431K, 10D471K, 10D561K, 14D471K, 14D561K 10D681K, 14D681K Min. AC 300V (for V, V input voltage); Min. AC 210V (for V input voltage), Min.105 C, (Coating min. V-0) (Tested for 6KV/3KA combination pulse) Min. AC 300V (for V, V input voltage); Min. AC 210V (for V input voltage), Min.105 C, (Coating min. V-0) (Tested for 6KV/3KA combination pulse) MX AC 280V, X2, Max. 0.22µF, 40/110/21 Interchangeab le IEC/EN , IEC/EN A1, IEC/EN , UL 1449 IEC/EN , IEC/EN A1, IEC/EN , UL 1449 IEC/EN/UL VDE, UL VDE, UL VDE, UL 130 C IEC/EN Tested with appliance Supplementary information: 1) rovided evidence ensures the agreed level of compliance. See OD-CB2039. TRF No. M

19 Attachment No. 1 age 1 of 3 Report No.: Circuit diagram CB layout drawing

20 Attachment No. 1 age 2 of 3 Report No.: CB layout drawing

21 Attachment No. 1 age 3 of 3 Report No.: CB layout drawing ---END---

22 Attachment No. 2 age 1 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT ATTACHMENT TO TEST REORT IEC EUROEAN GROU DIFFERENCES AND NATIONAL DIFFERENCES (Audio, video and similar electronic apparatus Safety requirements) Differences according to...: EN 60065:2014 Attachment Form No...: Attachment Originator...: EU_GD_M Intertek Semko AB Master Attachment...: Date Copyright 2016 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved. CENELEC COMMON MODIFICATIONS (EN) General Note Note Note 1 and Note Note Note 1 and Note Note 1 and Note Note Note Note 20 Note J.3 Table J.1 Note 1 and Note Normative references Add the following: EN 71-1, Safety of toys art 1: Mechanical and physical properties EN , Sound system equipment: Headphones and earphones associated with personal music players Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology art 1: General method for "one package equipment" EN , Sound system equipment: Headphones and earphones associated with personal music players Maximum sound pressure level measurement methodology art 2: Matching of sets with headphones if either or both are offered separately, or are offered as one package equipment but with standardised connectors between the two allowing to combine components of different manufacturers or different design

23 Attachment No. 2 age 2 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT 3 General requirements 3.Z1 rotective devices To protect against excessive current, shortcircuits and earth faults in MAINS, protective devices shall be included either as integral parts of the equipment or as parts of the building installation, subject to the following, a), b) and c): a) except as detailed in b) and c), protective devices necessary to comply with the requirements of Clause 11 shall be included as parts of the equipment; b) for components in series or parallel with the mains input to the equipment such as the supply cord, appliance coupler, r.f.i. filter and switch, short-circuit and earth fault protection may be provided by protective devices in the building installation; c) it is permitted for equipment supplied via an industrial mains plug or for ERMANENTLY CONNECTED AARATUS, to rely on dedicated over current and short-circuit protection in the building installation, provided that the means of protection, e.g. fuses or circuit breakers, is fully specified in the installation instructions. If reliance is placed on protection in the building installation, the installation instructions shall so state, except that for apparatus not supplied via an industrial mains plug or for ERMANENTLY CONNECTED AARATUS the building installation shall be regarded as providing protection in accordance with the rating of the wall socket outlet. 4 General test conditions Replace the text of the note by: NOTE For ROUTINE TEST, reference is made to EN 50514:2008.

24 Attachment No. 2 age 3 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT 6 Hazardous radiations 6.1 Replace the entire subclause by the following: Apparatus including a potential source of ionizing radiation shall be so constructed that personal protection against ionizing radiation is provided under normal operating conditions and under fault conditions. Compliance is checked by measurement under the following conditions: In addition to the normal operating conditions, all controls adjustable from the outside BY HAND, by any object such as a tool or a coin, and those internal adjustments or pre-sets which are not locked in a reliable manner, are adjusted so as to give maximum radiation whilst maintaining an intelligible picture for 1 h, at the end of which the measurement is made. NOTE 1 Soldered joints and paint lockings are examples of adequate locking. The dose-rate is determined by means of a radiation monitor with an effective area of 10 cm 2, at any point 10 cm from the outer surface of the apparatus Moreover, the measurement shall be made under fault conditions causing an increase of the highvoltage, provided an intelligible picture is maintained for 1 h, at the end of which the measurement is made. The dose-rate shall not exceed 1 μsv/h (0,1 mr/h) taking account of the background level. NOTE 2 These values appear in Council Directive 96/29/Euratom of 13 May A picture is considered to be intelligible if the following conditions are met: - a scanning amplitude of at least 70 % of the usable screen width; - a minimum luminance of 50 cd/m² with locked blank raster provided by a test generator; - a horizontal resolution corresponding to at least 1,5 MHz in the centre, with a similar vertical degradation; - not more than one flashover per 5 min. 16 External flexible cords 16.1 Add the following note after the first paragraph: NOTE Z1 The harmonized code designations corresponding to the IEC cord types are given in Annex ZD.

25 Attachment No. 2 age 4 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT Z1 rotection against excessive sound pressure from personal music players Z1.1 General This subclause specifies requirements for protection against excessive sound pressure from personal music players that are closely coupled to the ear. Requirements for earphones and headphones intended for use with personal music players are also covered. A personal music player is a portable equipment for personal use, that: is designed to allow the user to listen to recorded or broadcast sound or video; and uses a listening device, such as headphones or earphones that can be worn in or on or around the ears; and is body worn (of a size suitable to be carried in a clothing pocket) and is intended for the user to walk around while in use. EXAMLES CD players, M3 audio players, mobile phones with M3 type features, DA s or similar equipment. A personal music player shall comply with the requirements of this subclause. NOTE 1 rotection against acoustic energy sources from telecom terminal equipment is referenced to ITU-T Recommendation.360. The requirements in this subclause are valid for music or video mode only. The requirements do not apply to: professional equipment; NOTE 2 rofessional equipment is equipment sold through special sales channels. All products sold through normal electronics stores are considered not to be professional equipment. hearing aid equipment and other devices for assistive listening; the following types of analogue personal music players: long distance radio receiver (for example, a multiband radio receiver or a world band radio receiver, an AM radio receiver) and cassette player/recorder; NOTE 3 This exemption has been allowed because this technology is falling out of use and it is expected that within a few years it will no longer exist. This exemption will not be extended to other technologies. player while connected to an external amplifier that does not allow the user to walk around while in use. For equipment clearly designed or intended for use by young children, the limits of EN 71-1 apply. Z1.2 Equipment requirements No safety provision is required for equipment that complies with the following: equipment provided as a package (personal

26 Attachment No. 2 age 5 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT music player with its listening device), where the acoustic output LAeq,T is 85 db(a) measured while playing the fixed programme simulation noise as described in EN ; and personal music player provided with an analogue electrical output socket for a listening device, where the electrical output is 27 mv measured as described in EN , while playing the fixed programme simulation noise as described in EN NOTE 1 Wherever the term acoustic output is used in this subclause, the 30 s A-weighted equivalent sound pressure level LAeq,T is meant. See also Z1.5 and Annex ZE. All other equipment shall: a) protect the user from unintentional acoustic outputs exceeding those mentioned above; and b) have a standard acoustic output level not exceeding those mentioned above, and automatically return to an output level not exceeding those mentioned above when the power is switched off; and c) provide a means to actively inform the user of the increased sound pressure when the equipment is operated with an acoustic output exceeding those mentioned above. Any means used shall be acknowledged by the user before activating a mode of operation which allows for an acoustic output exceeding those mentioned above. The acknowledgement does not need to be repeated more than once every 20 h of cumulative listening time; and NOTE 2 Examples of means include visual or audible signals. Action from the user is always required. NOTE 3 The 20 h listening time is the accumulative listening time, independent how often and how long the personal music player has been switched off. d) have a warning as specified in Z1.3; and e) not exceed the following: 1) equipment provided as a package (player with its listening device), the acoustic output shall be 100 db(a) measured while playing the fixed programme simulation noise described in EN ; and 2) a personal music player provided with an analogue electrical output socket for a listening device, the electrical output shall be 150 mv measured as described in EN , while playing the fixed programme simulation noise described in EN For music where the average sound pressure (long term LAeq,T) measured over the duration of the song is lower than the average produced by the programme simulation noise, the warning does not need to be given as long as the average sound pressure of the song does not exceed the basic limit of 85 db(a). In this case, T becomes the duration of the song. NOTE 4 Classical music typically has an average sound pressure (long term LAeq,T) which is much lower than the average programme simulation noise. Therefore, if the player is capable to analyse the song and compare it with the programme simulation noise, the warning does not need to be given as long as the average sound pressure of the song is below the basic limit of 85 db(a). NOTE 5 For example, if the player is set with the programme simulation noise to 85 db(a), but the average music level of the song is only 65 db(a), there is no need to give a warning or ask an

27 Attachment No. 2 age 6 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT acknowledgement as long as the average sound level of the song is not above the basic limit of 85 db(a). Z1.3 The warning shall be placed on the equipment, or on the packaging, or in the instruction manual and shall consist of the following: the symbol of Figure Z1 with a minimum height of 5 mm; and the following wording, or similar: To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods. Figure Z1 Warning label (IEC ) Alternatively, the entire warning may be given through the equipment display during use, when the user is asked to acknowledge activation of the higher level. Z1.4 Requirements for listening devices (headphones, earphones, etc.) Z1.4.1 Z1.4.3 Corded passive listening devices with analogue input With 94 db(a) sound pressure output LAeq,T, the input voltage of the fixed programme simulation noise described in EN shall be 75 mv. This requirement is applicable in any mode where the headphones can operate including any available setting (for example built-in volume level control, an additional sound feature like equalization, etc.). NOTE The values of 94 db(a) 75 mv correspond with 85 db(a) 27 mv and 100 db(a) 150 mv. Cordless listening devices In wireless mode: with any playing and transmitting device playing the fixed programme simulation noise described in EN ; and respecting the wireless transmission standards, where an air interface standard exists that specifies the equivalent acoustic level; and with volume and sound settings in the listening device (for example built-in volume level control, additional sound feature like equalization, etc.) set to the combination of positions that maximize the measured acoustic output for the abovementioned programme simulation noise, the acoustic output LAeq,T of the listening device shall be 100 db(a).

28 Attachment No. 2 age 7 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT Z1.5 Measurement methods Measurements shall be made in accordance with EN or EN as applicable. Unless stated otherwise, the time interval T shall be 30 s. NOTE Test method for cordless equipment provided without listening device should be defined. Annex B Annex N ANNEXES Replace the text of Note 1 by the following: In the CENELEC countries listed in IEC 62151, special national conditions apply. After the note in N.1, add the following: For ROUTINE TEST, reference is made to EN 50514:2008. ZA NORMATIVE REFERENCES TO INTERNATIONAL UBLICATIONS WITH THEIR CORRESONDING EUROEAN UBLICATIONS ZB ANNEX ZB, SECIAL NATIONAL CONDITIONS (EN) Denmark The following is added: Certain types of Class I apparatus, see , may be provided with a plug not establishing earthing continuity when inserted in Danish socket-outlets Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section 6c 3.Z1 Denmark Add to the end of the subclause Due to many existing installations where the socket-outlets can be protected with fuses with higher rating than the rating of the socket-outlets the protection for pluggable equipment type A shall be an integral part of the equipment. Justification: In Denmark an existing 13 A socket outlet can be protected by a 20 A fuse.

29 Attachment No. 2 age 8 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT 5.4 Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden To the end of the subclause the following is added: CLASS I apparatus which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via a plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other apparatus or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network TERMINALS and ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the apparatus must be connected to an earthed MAINS socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Denmark: Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til stikproppens jord. In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan" In Norway: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt In Sweden: Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag

30 Attachment No. 2 age 9 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT Norway and Sweden Add to the end of (after the compliance statement) the following: The screen of the coaxial cable of the television distribution system is normally not earthed at the entrance of the building and there is normally no equipotential bonding system within the building. Therefore the protective earthing of the building installation need to be isolated from the screen of a coaxial cable based television distribution system. It is however accepted to provide the insulation external to the apparatus by an adapter or an interconnection cable with galvanic isolator, which may be provided by a retailer, for example. The user manual shall then have the following or similar information in Norwegian and Swedish language respectively, depending on in what country the apparatus is intended to be used in: Apparatus connected to the protective earthing of the building installation through the MAINS connection or through other apparatus with a connection to protective earthing and to a television distribution system using coaxial cable, may in some circumstances create a fire hazard. Connection to a television distribution system has therefore to be provided through a device providing electrical isolation below a certain frequency range (galvanic isolator, see EN ) NOTE In Norway, due to regulation for installations of CATVinstallations, and in Sweden, a galvanic isolator shall provide electrical insulation below 5 MHz. The insulation shall withstand a dielectric strength of 1,5 kv r.m.s., 50 Hz or 60 Hz, for 1 min. Translation to Norwegian (the Swedish text will also be accepted in Norway): Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet utstyr og er tilkoplet et kabel-tv nett, kan forårsake brannfare. For å unngå dette skal det ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-tv nettet installeres en galvanisk isolator mellom utstyret og kabel-tv nettet. Translation to Swedish: Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat vägguttag och/eller via annan utrustning och samtidigt är kopplad till kabel-tv nät kan i vissa fall medfőra risk főr brand. Főr att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av utrustningen till kabel-tv nät galvanisk isolator finnas mellan utrustningen och kabel-tv nätet.

31 Attachment No. 2 age 10 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT Norway Add to the second paragraph the following: Due to the IT power distribution system used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will remain 230 V in case of a single earth fault. Justification: Based on a use in Norway of an IT power distribution system where the neutral is not provided Denmark To the first paragraph the following is added: In Denmark, supply cords of single phase appliances having a rated current not exceeding 13 A shall be provided with a plug according to DS D1. Appliances of Class I provided with socket-outlets with earth contact or which are intended to be used in locations where protection against indirect contact is required according to the wiring rules shall be provided with a plug which assure earth continuity with the socket-outlet in accordance with DS D1. If a single-phase equipment having a RATED CURRENT exceeding 13 A or if a poly-phase equipment is provided with a supply cord with a plug, this plug shall be in accordance with the standard sheets DK 6-1a in DS D1 or EN To the second paragraph the following is added: Socket outlets intended for providing power to Class II apparatus with a rated current of 2,5 A shall be in accordance with DS D1 standard sheet DKA 1-4a. Other current rating socket outlets shall be in compliance with DS D1 Standard Sheet DKA 1-3a or DKA 1-1c. To the third paragraph the following is added: Mains socket-outlets with earthing contact shall be in compliance with DS D1, Standard sheet DK 1-3a, DK 1-1c, DK 1-1d, DK 1-5a or DK 1-7a Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section 6c Ireland Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or cord shall be provided with a plug in accordance with Statutory Instrument 525: 1997, 13 A lugs and Conversion Adapters for Domestic Use Regulations: Justification: SI 525: 1997

32 Attachment No. 2 age 11 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT Norway Mains socket-outlets mounted on Class II apparatus shall comply with the specifications given in CEE ubl. 7 as far as applicable, with the following amendments: 8 Dimensions a) 2,5 A 250 V two-pole socket-outlets for electronic apparatus shall comply with the enclosed Standard Sheet I. STANDARD SHEET I 2,5 A/250 V SOCKET-OUTLET FOR ELECTRONIC ALIANCES OF CLASS II Dimensions in mm Other dimensions according to CEE ublication 7 Standard Sheet I "ortable Single-Way Socket-Outlets". 24 Mechanical strength a) 2,5 A, 250 V socket-outlets for Class II electronic apparatus are tested as specified in EN 60065:2014, Also the protecting rim shall be tested. Justification: Act of 24 May 1929 relating to supervision of electrical installation (TEA 1929/FEL 1998) United Kingdom Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or cord and is designed to be connected to a mains socket conforming to BS 1363 by means of that flexible cable or cord and plug shall be fitted with a "standard plug" in accordance with Statutory Instrument 1768: 1994: The lugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994, unless exempted by those Regulations. NOTE "Standard plug" is defined in SI 1768:1994 and essentially means an approved plug conforming to BS 1363 or an approved conversion plug. Justification: SI 1768: 1994 Annex B Finland, Norway and Sweden All sub clauses given below are sub clauses of IEC (ref. corrigenda 1 and 2 to IEC 62151). Subclause (corrigendum 2): Add after the first paragraph: NOTE In Finland, Norway and Sweden, CLASS I equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation via a non-industrial plug or a non-industrial appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other equipment or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network terminals and

33 Attachment No. 2 age 12 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT ACCESSIBLE parts, has a marking stating that the equipment must be connected to an earthed mains socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Finland: Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan In Norway: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt In Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag" Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE 3 In Norway, for requirements see 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 2) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Number the existing note as NOTE 1 and add at the end of the subclause the following NOTE 2: NOTE 2 In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add after the first test specifications paragraph: NOTE 1 In Finland, Norway and Sweden, there are additional requirements for the insulation. Renumber the existing note as NOTE 2. For additional requirements for the insulation in Finland, Norway and Sweden in NOTE 1 the following text is added between the first and the second paragraph (this text is identical to the corresponding EN :2001): NOTE 1 In Finland, Norway and Sweden, if this insulation is solid, including insulation forming part of a component, it shall at least consist of either two layers of thin sheet material, each of which shall pass the electric strength test below, or one layer having a distance through insulation of at least 0,4 mm, which shall pass the electric strength test below If this insulation forms part of a semiconductor component (e.g. an optocoupler), there is no distance through insulation requirement for the insulation consisting of an insulating compound completely filling the casing, so that CLEARANCES and CREEAGE DISTANCES do not exist, if the component passes the electric strength test in the accordance with the compliance clause below and in addition: passes the test and inspection criteria of 13.6 with an electric strength test of 10.3 using the test voltage of 1,5 kv multiplied by 1,6, and is subject to routine testing for electric strength during manufacturing, using a test voltage of 1,5 kv (for performance of the test see N.2.1). It is permitted to bridge this insulation with a capacitor complying with EN :1994, subclass Y2. A capacitor classified Y3 according to EN :1994, may bridge this insulation under the following conditions: the insulation requirements are satisfied by having a capacitor classified Y3 as defined by EN , which in addition to the Y3 testing, is tested with an impulse test of 2,5 kv defined in IEC 62151:2000, 6.2.1; the additional testing shall be performed on all the test specimens as described in EN ; the impulse test of 2,5 kv is to be performed before the endurance test in EN in the sequence of tests as described in EN Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add after the fourth dash: NOTE In Finland, Norway and Sweden, exclusions are applicable for equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring using screw terminals or other reliable means, and for equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via an industrial plug and socket -outlet or an appliance coupler, or both, complying with EN or with a comparable national standard.

34 Attachment No. 2 age 13 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT J.2 Norway After Table J.1 the following is added: Due to the IT power distribution system used, the a.c. MAINS supply voltage is considered to be equal to the line-to-line voltage, and will remain 230 V in case of a single earth fault. Justification: Based on a use in Norway of an IT power distribution system where the neutral is not provided ZC ANNEX ZC, NATIONAL DEVIATIONS (EN) 5.1 Italy The following requirements shall be fulfilled: - The power consumption in Watts (W) shall be indicated on TV receivers and in their instruction for use (Measurement according to IEC ) NOTE EN has since been replaced by IEC : TV receivers shall be provided with an instruction for use, schematic diagrams and adjustments procedure in Italian language. - Marking for controls and terminals shall be in Italian language. Abbreviation and international symbols are allowed provided that they are explained in the instruction for use. - The ECC manufacturers are bound to issue a conformity declaration according to the above requirements in the instruction manual. The correct statement for conformity to be written in the instruction manual, shall be: Questo apparecchio è fabbricato nella CEE nel rispetto delle disposizioni del D.M. marzo 1992 ed è in particolare conforme alle prescrizioni dell'art. 1 dello stesso D.M. - The first importers of TV receivers manufactured outside EEC are bound to submit the TV receivers for previous conformity certification to the Italian ost Ministry (.TT). The TV receivers shall have on the backcover the certification number in the following form: D.M. 26/03/1992 xxxxx/xxxxx/s or T or pt S for stereo T for teletext pt for retrofitable teletext Justification: Ministerial Decree of 26 March 1992: National rules for television receivers trade. NOTE The ministerial decree above contains additional, but not safety relevant requirements.

35 Attachment No. 2 age 14 of 14 Report No.: M - ATTACHMENT 6.1 Germany The following requirement applies: For the operation of any cathode ray tube intended for the display of visual images operating at an acceleration voltage exceeding 40 kv, authorization is required, or application of type approval (Bauartzulassung) and marking. Justification: German ministerial decree against ionizing radiation (Röntgenverordnung), in force since , implementing the Council Directive 96/29/Euratom in Germany. NOTE Contact address: hysikalisch-technische Bundesanstalt, Bundesallee 100, D Braunschweig, Tel.: Int , Internet: Sweden The following requirements shall be fulfilled: Switches containing mercury such as thermostats, relays and level controllers are not allowed.

36 Attachment No. 3 age 1 of 78 Report No.: for IEC th Ed. as per CB Bulletin Country CENELEC Group differ. (see separate attachment) National Differences covered by this report National differ. Base standard National standard Tested AT Austria Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes AR Argentina - Yes IEC ed7+a1 Yes AU Australia - Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 Belarus - - IEC ed7+a1+a2 AS/NZS 60065:2012/ A1:2015 BE Belgium Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes CA Canada - Yes IEC ed8 CAN/CSA-C22.2 No :16 CH Switzerland Yes Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 CN China - - IEC ed7+a1+a2 EN 60065/A2:2010 GB CZ Czech Republic Yes - IEC ed7+a1 EN 60065/A2:2010 Yes DE Germany Yes Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 DIN EN (VDE 0860), EK DK Denmark Yes Yes IEC ed8 DS/EN 60065:2014 Yes ES Spain Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes FI Finland Yes Yes IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes FR France Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes GB United Kingdom Yes Yes IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes GR Greece Yes - IEC ed5+a1+a2+a3 HU Hungary Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes IT Italy Yes - IEC ed7+a1 EN 60065/A2:2010 Yes J Japan - Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 KR Korea - Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 MY Malaysia - Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 J3000 (H25), J60065(H26) K60065 MS IEC NO Norway Yes Yes IEC ed8 NEK-EN Yes NL Netherlands Yes - IEC ed7+a1 EN 60065/A2:2010 Yes NZ New Zealand - Yes IEC ed7+a1+a2 AS/NZS 60065:2012/ A1:2015 L oland Yes - IEC ed8 EN 60065:2014 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

37 Attachment No. 3 age 2 of 78 Report No.: National Differences covered by this report Country CENELEC Group differ. (see separate attachment) National differ. Base standard National standard Tested SE Sweden Yes Yes IEC ed8 SS-EN 60065:2015 Yes SG Singapore - - IEC ed8 Yes SK Slovakia Yes - IEC ed7+a1+a2 EN 60065/A1:2006 SI Slovenia Yes - IEC ed7+a1 SIST EN Amd. 2 Yes TR Turkey Yes - IEC ed8 TS EN 60065: 2015 Yes UA Ukraine - - IEC ed7+a1 Yes US United States of America - Yes IEC ed8 UL th Edition Yes ZA South Africa - - IEC ed7 SANS Yes Yes

38 Attachment No. 3 age 3 of 78 Report No.: General remarks: The test results presented in this report relate only to the object tested. This report shall not be reproduced, except in full, without the written approval of the Issuing testing laboratory. Throughout this report a point is used as the decimal separator. See attachment 1 for European Group Differences and National Differences. Note: Before placing the products in the different countries, the manufacturer must ensure that: 1. Operating Instructions, Ratings Labels and Warnings Labels written in an Accepted or Official Language of the county in question. 2. The equipment complies with the National Standards and/or Electrical Codes of the country in question. 3. Mains plugs and internal wirings should be assessed to the national standard. (Optional for direct plugin equipment with some plug types not evaluated) ossible test case verdicts: - test case does not apply to the test object...: - test object does meet the requirement...: (ass) - test object does not meet the requirement...: F (Fail)

39 Attachment No. 3 age 4 of 78 Report No.: AR Argentina Ratings shall cover 220 Vac - 50 Hz Class 0 and Class 0I appliances are not allowed Safety instructions and manuals shall be written in Spanish language (Resolution 92/98) Country of origin shall be shown on the marking plate or, if not possible, in the primary packaging (Resolution 92/98) Address of the importer in Argentina shall be shown on the product or on the primary packaging (Resolution 92/98) Class I appliances provided with plugs shall be provided with the label specified in sheet "Class I" (Disposition 731/87) Class II appliances provided with plugs shall be provided with the label specified in sheet "Class II" (Disposition 731/87) lugs shall be in conformity with IRAM 2063 Standard for Class II appliances and IRAM 2073 Standard for Class I appliances (Resolution 524/98) Adaptors/Transformers provided with integrated plugs shall be provided with blades which shall meet the geometry of IRAM 2063 standard for Class II appliances or IRAM 2073 standard for Class I appliances (Resolution 524/98) Appliances certified under System Nº 4 (Type Certification scheme) shall be marked with the symbol specified in sheet "St Mark" (Resolution 197/04) Appliances certified under System Nº5 (Mark of Conformity Certification scheme) shall be marked with the symbols specified in sheet "S Mark" (Resolution 799/99) AR

40 Attachment No. 3 age 5 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Table 3 In Table 3 under item c) add an 201) in both columns against thermoplastic materials and add the following new footnote: 201) As an alternative to the method described in footnote f) the following variation may be used where there is any doubt about the suitability of the material: The ball-pressure test described in AS/NZS may be carried out. To assess compliance under normal operating conditions, the test shall be made in a heating cabinet at a temperature of 40 C ±2 C plus the maximum temperature rise determined under normal operating conditions but, it shall be at least - for external parts 75 C ±2 C - for materials supporting parts conductively connected to the mains 125 C ±2 C 7.2 After the second paragraph, add the following: The alternative method described in footnote 201) of Table 3 may be used After Clause , add new Clause as follows: roducts containing coin/button cell batteries and batteries designated R1 General These requirements apply to equipment, including remote controls, that are likely to be accessible to children; and include coin/button cell batteries with a diameter of 32 mm or less and batteries designated R1. NOTE 1 Coin/button cell batteries are devices that are small, single cell batteries having a diameter greater than their height. NOTE 2 Batteries are specified in IEC These requirements do not apply to professional equipment; NOTE 3 rofessional equipment is equipment sold through special sales channels. Equipment sold through normal electronics stores is considered not to be professional equipment. equipment for locations where it is unlikely that children will be present; or equipment containing batteries that are soldered in place. AU

41 Attachment No. 3 age 6 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Safety warnings Equipment containing one or more coin/button cell/r1 batteries shall have safety warnings in the instructions accompanying the equipment. The safety warnings are not required where these batteries are not intended to be replaced or are only accessible after damaging the equipment. The safety warnings shall be as follows: CAUTION: Do not ingest battery, Chemical Burn Hazard [or equivalent wording]. [The remote control supplied with] this product contains a coin/button cell battery. If the coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and can lead to death. Keep new and used batteries away from children. If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention. Construction Equipment containing one or more coin/button cell/r1 batteries and having a battery compartment door/cover shall be designed to reduce the possibility of children removing the battery by one of the following methods: a tool, such as a screwdriver or coin, required to open the battery compartment; or the battery compartment door/cover requires the application of a minimum of two independent and simultaneous movements to open by hand. Tests General Equipment containing one or more coin/button cell/r1 batteries shall be subject to the requirements of to followed by the compliance criteria of Test sequence One sample shall be subjected to the applicable tests of to If applicable, the test in shall be conducted first. AU

42 Attachment No. 3 age 7 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Stress relief test If the battery compartment utilizes moulded or formed thermoplastic materials, the sample consisting of the complete equipment, or of the complete enclosure together with any supporting framework, is tested according to the stress relief test of Clause or the mould stress relief test of IEC During the test, the battery may be removed. Battery replacement test For equipment with a battery compartment door/cover, the battery compartment shall be opened and closed and the battery removed and replaced 10 times to simulate normal replacement according to the manufacturer s instructions. If the battery compartment door/cover is secured by one or more screws, the screws are loosened and then tightened applying a continuous linear torque according to Table 20 Column II, using a suitable screwdriver, spanner or key. The screws are to be completely removed and reinserted each time. Drop test ortable equipment having a mass of 7 kg or less shall be subjected to three drops from a height of 1 m onto a horizontal surface in positions likely to produce the maximum force on the battery compartment in accordance with Clause If the equipment is a remote control, it shall be subjected to 10 drops. Impact test The battery compartment door/cover shall be subjected to three impacts in a direction perpendicular to the battery compartment door/cover according to the 50 mm steel ball impact test method of Clause and Figure 8 with a force of: 0.5 J (102 mm ± 10 mm height) for glasses for watching, for example, 3 dimensional television; or 2 J (408 mm ± 10 mm height) for all other doors/covers. Alternatively horizontal impacts may be simulated on vertical or sloping surfaces by mounting the sample at 90 to its normal position and applying the vertical impact test instead of the pendulum test. AU

43 Attachment No. 3 age 8 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Crush test Hand-held remote control devices are to be supported by a fixed rigid supporting surface in a position likely to produce the most adverse results as long as the position can be self-supported. A crushing force of 330 N ± 5 N is applied to the exposed top and back surfaces of remote control devices placed in a stable condition on a flat surface measuring approximately 100 mm by 250 mm for a period of 10 s. Compliance criteria Compliance is checked by applying a force of 30N ± 1N for 10 s to the battery compartment door/cover by a rigid test finger according to test probe 11 of IEC 61032:1997 at the most unfavourable place and in the most unfavourable direction. The force shall be applied in one direction at a time. The battery compartment door/cover shall remain functional, and the battery shall not become accessible; or it shall not be possible to remove the battery from the product with the test hook of Figure 4 using a force of approximately 20 N After the second paragraph, add the following: lugs for the connection of apparatus to mainspowered socket-outlets shall comply with AS/NZS 3112 or AS/NZS Apparatus with a plug portion, suitable for insertion into a 10 A 3- pin flat-pin socket-outlet complying with AS/NZS 3112, shall comply with the requirements of AS/NZS 3112 for equipment with integral pins for insertion into socket-outlets. Table 15 Table 18 In the second and third rows of the first column replace 6 with 7.5. In the second and third rows of the first column replace 6 with In item (b), add the following: A flexible cord complying with AS/NZS 3191 need not undergo this test. 19 Add the following new Clauses after 19.6 AU

44 Attachment No. 3 age 9 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Additional stability requirements for television receivers Television receivers and display devices that may be used for television purposes, with a mass of 7kg or more, shall have additional stability requirements. Compliance is checked by inspection and by the tests of and as applicable. Apparatus designed for only fixing to a wall, ceiling or equipment rack are not required to be subjected to these additional requirements if the marking of f) is provided on or with the apparatus Warning notice Television receivers and display devices that may be used for television purposes, shall be provided with information in the instructions for installation for use, containing the following information or similar: IMORTANT INFORMATION If a television is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling. Many injuries, particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as: Using cabinets or stands recommended by the manufacturer of the television. Only using furniture that can safely support the television. Ensuring the television is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture. Not placing the television on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the television to a suitable support. Not standing the televisions on cloth or other materials placed between the television and supporting furniture. Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the television or its controls. Such information should also be provided as a label on the apparatus Restraining device Television receivers should be provided with a restraining device such as a fixing point to facilitate restraining the television from toppling forward. AU

45 Attachment No. 3 age 10 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Where a restraining device is provided in accordance with information shall be provided in the instructions for installation or use, to ensure correct and safe installation. Such information should also be provided as a label on the television receiver. Any such restraining device shall be capable of withstanding a pull of 100 N in all directions without damage Glass slide test Television receivers and display devices that may be used for television purposes, with a mass of 18 kg or more, are placed on a clean, dry, glass covered horizontal surface such that only the supporting feet are in contact with the glass. The glass-covered surface is then tilted in the most unfavourable direction through an angle of 10. During the tests, the equipment shall not slide. Clause forms part of the Standard on 31 January Delete the following paragraph: The requirements are considered to be fulfilled if the apparatus complies with the requirement of 20.1 and 20.2 and replace with The requirements are considered to be fulfilled if the apparatus complies with the requirements of 20.1 and Alternatively the requirements are considered to be fulfilled if the apparatus complies with the requirements of Clause Table 21 In the third and fourth columns change both HB75 and No requirement to V After this Clause, add the following variation: Resistance to fire Alternative tests AU

46 Attachment No. 3 age 11 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia General arts of non-metallic material shall be resistant to ignition and the spread of fire. This requirement does not apply to decorative trims, knobs and other parts unlikely to be ignited or to propagate flames originating from inside the apparatus, or the following: a) Components that are contained in an enclosure having a flammability category of V-0 according to AS/NZS and having openings only for the connecting wires filling the openings completely, and for ventilation not exceeding 1 mm in width regardless of length. b) The following parts which would contribute negligible fuel to a fire: - small mechanical parts, the mass of which does not exceed 4 g, such as mounting parts, gears, cams, belts and bearings; - small electrical components, such as capacitors with a volume not exceeding mm 3, integrated circuits, transistors and optocoupler packages, if these components are mounted on material of flammability category V-1 or better according to AS/NZS NOTE In considering how to minimize propagation of fire and what small parts are, account should be taken of the cumulative effect of small parts adjacent to each other for the possible effect of propagating fire from one part to another. Compliance shall be checked by the tests of , and For the base material of printed boards, compliance shall be checked by the test of The tests shall be carried out on parts of nonmetallic material which have been removed from the apparatus. When the glow-wire test is carried out, they are placed in the same orientation as they would be in normal use. These tests are not carried out on internal wiring Tests AU

47 Attachment No. 3 age 12 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Testing of non-metallic parts art of non-metallic material shall be subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS which shall be carried out at 550 C. arts for which the glow-wire test cannot be carried out, such as those made of soft or foamy material, shall meet the requirements specified in ISO 9772 for category FH-3 material. The glowwire test shall not be carried out on parts of material classified at least FH-3 according to ISO 9772 provided that the sample tested was not thicker than the relevant part. Testing of insulated parts art of insulating material supporting potential ignition sources shall be subject to the glow-wire test of AS/NZS which shall be carried out at 750 C. The test shall be also carried out on other parts of insulating material which are within a distance of 3 mm of the connection NOTE Contacts in components such as switch contacts are considered to be connections. For parts which withstand the glow-wire test but produce a flame, other parts above the connection within the envelope of a vertical cylinder having a diameter of 20 mm and a height of 50 mm shall be subjected to the needle-flame test. However, parts shielded by a barrier which meets the needle-flame test need not be tested. The needle-flame test shall be made in accordance with AS/NZS with the following modifications: AU

48 Attachment No. 3 age 13 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia AU The needle-flame test shall not be carried out on parts of material classified as V-0 or V-1 according to AS/NZS provided that the sample tested was not thicker than the relevant part. Testing by needle-flame test If parts, other than enclosures, do not withstand the glow wire tests of , by failure to extinguish within 30 s after the removal of the glowwire tip, the needle-flame test detailed in shall be made on all parts of nonmetallic material which are within a distance of 50 mm or which are likely to be impinged upon by flame during the tests of arts shielded by a separate barrier which meets the needleflame test shall not be tested. NOTE 1 If the enclosure does not withstand the glow-wire test the appliance is considered to have failed to meet the requirements of Clause without the need for consequential testing. NOTE 2 If other parts do not withstand the glowwire test due to ignition of the tissue paper and if this indicates that burning or glowing particles can fall onto an external surface underneath the apparatus, the apparatus is considered to have failed to meet the requirements of Clause without the need for consequential testing NOTE 3 arts likely to be impinged upon by the flame are considered to be those within the envelope of a vertical cylinder having a radius of 10 mm and a height equal to the height of the flame, positioned above the point of the material supporting, in contact with, or in close proximity to, connections.

49 Attachment No. 3 age 14 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Testing of printed boards The base material of printed boards shall be subject to the needle-flame test of Clause The flame shall be applied to the edge of the board where the heatsink effect is lowest when the board is positioned as in normal use. The flame shall not be applied to an edge consisting of broken perforations, unless the edge is less than 3 mm from a potential ignition source. The test is not carried out if the- - printed board does not carry any potential ignition source; - base material of printed boards, on which the available power at a connection exceeds 15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 50 V and equal or less than 400 V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under normal operating conditions, is of flammability category V-1 or better according to AS/NZS , or the printed boards are protected by an enclosure meeting the flammability category V-0 according to AS/NZS , or made of metal, having openings only for connecting wires which fill the openings completely; or - base material of printed boards, on which the available power at a connection exceeds 15 VA operating at a voltage exceeding 400 V (peak) a.c. or d.c. under normal operating conditions, and base material of printed boards supporting spark gaps which provides protection against overvoltages, is of flammability category V-0 according to AS/NZS or the printed boards are contained in a metal enclosure, having openings only for connecting wires which fill the openings completely. Compliance shall be determined using the smallest thickness of the material. NOTE Available power is the maximum power which can be drawn from the supplying circuit through a resistive load whose value is chosen to maximize the power for more than 2 min when the circuit supplied is disconnected For open circuit voltages greater than 4 kv otential ignition sources with open circuit voltages exceeding 4 kv (peak) a.c. or d.c. under normal operating conditions shall be contained in a fire enclosure which shall comply with flammability category V-1 or better according to AS/NZS AU

50 Attachment No. 3 age 15 of 78 Report No.: AU Australia Annex B After the heading add: For Australia only, this Annex is replaced by the requirements of the Telecommunications Labelling Notice issued under the Telecommunications Act. NOTE The Telecommunications Act 1997 is administered by the Australian Communications Authority. AU

51 Attachment No. 3 age 16 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada [Add the following after the second paragraph in Clause 1.1.1] This Standard applies to power-operated radio transmitting equipment designed to be used on standard supply circuits in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, art I, including all types of radio transmitting equipment irrespective of the type of modulation employed. This Standard applies to installations of general non-commercial and commercial purposes, including installations under the jurisdiction of skilled operators. [Add the following paragraph and note at the end of Clause 1.1.1] This Standard applies to the safety of such equipment designed to be installed and used in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, art I. Note 2A: Manufacturers designing products for use in Canada may find a helpful summary of the equipment-related requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code, art I, in CSA SE [Add the following paragraphs] For apparatus to be used in health care facilities, additional requirements are given in annex NA. For equipment intended to be mounted on the underside of kitchen cabinets, additional requirements are given in annex NB. For power-operated radio transmitters, and similar apparatus for use with specific apparatus covered by this Standard, additional requirements are given in annex NC. 1.2 Normative references CA Any reference in CAN/CSA-C22.2 No to International Standards that have been adopted as National Standards of Canada shall be replaced by the relevant National Standard of Canada. Where reference is made to CSA ublications, such reference shall be considered to refer to the latest edition and all amendments published to that edition. Refer to Standard for a complete list of reference standards.

52 Attachment No. 3 age 17 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada 3.4A [Add the following clause] A component power supply complying with CAN/CSA-C22.2 No is considered to comply with this construction and fault conditions of this Standard after taking into account any relevant conditions of acceptability. General requirements applicable to this standard are provided in CAN/CSA-C22.2 No [Add the following after the fifth paragraph] For apparatus intended for use at nominal 120V ac, the apparatus shall comply with this standard at supply voltages between 108V and 125V. For apparatus intended for use at nominal 240V ac the apparatus shall comply with this standard at supply voltages between 216V and 250V [Add the following after the second paragraph] As an alternative, a supply apparatus for general use complying with CSA/CSA-C22.2 No. 223 or CAN/CSA-C22.2 No shall be acceptable Markings and instructions adhesive nameplates [Add the following paragraph] Adhesive nameplates on commercial products with markings required by Clause 5.1 a) through ia) shall comply with CSA C22.2 No Identification and supply ratings [Add the following item] ia) Date of manufacture: a date or code identifying the period of manufacture shall be marked on the apparatus; 8.9 Add the following title to this clause: Mains Wiring [Add the following] Wiring in circuits with voltages higher than 42V peak shall comply with CSA C22.2 No 127 or CAN/CSA C22.2 No A Class I Apparatus Leakage [Add the following] For cord-connected Class I apparatus, the leakage current through the safety earthing conductor expressed as voltages U1 and U2 shall not exceed U 1 = 105V (peak) and U 2 = 1.05V (peak) (1.5mA). Input voltage: V~, V~ or V~ Test voltage: 90Vac and 264Vac No such apparatus. CA

53 Attachment No. 3 age 18 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Apparatus having a leakage current between 0.75 ma and 1.5 ma shall be provided with a caution label on the mains cord with the following, or equivalent: "CAUTION - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, GROUNDING OF THE CENTRE IN OF THIS LUG MUST BE MAINTAINED" and ATTENTION OUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE, CONSERVER LA MISE À LA TERRE ASSURÉE AR LA TIGE CENTRALE DE CETTE FICHE. 10.2A Enclosure type designation and use outdoor enclosure [Add the following] If equipment is installed in environments where the enclosure is required to prevent ingress of water or dust, the enclosure shall be classified as a type recognized by the Canadian Electrical Code, art I, and shall comply with the requirements of CSA/CSA-C22.2 No. 94 or CAN/CSA-C22.2 No Heating flammable gases [Add the following] CA A. 1 Flammable gases shall not be emitted from a component for more than 10 secs. Television Impact Test: For television sets and similar apparatus using a cathode ray tube larger than 160mm diagonally, the top, sides, front and rear of the enclosure, including the safety screen where provided, shall be capable of withstanding a single impact of 7J in accordance with Clause A.2 without developing any opening larger than 130mm 2 in the enclosure of the cathode ray tube unless the minor dimension of any opening is not more than 7mm. When applied to a safety screen, the impact shall neither result in damage to its mounting to the extent it is mechanically unsuitable for reuse nor shall tempered glass, if used, be cracked. When applied to the face of a directly viewed cathode ray tube, the impact shall not develop any opening in the face of the tube. Scaling and cracking of the glass is permissible. A cathode ray tube that has been shown to comply with CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 228 or CAN/CSA-E61965 shall be considered acceptable with no further tests.

54 Attachment No. 3 age 19 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada A. 2 Television Impact Object: The impact specified in Clause A.1 shall be caused by allowing a solid, smooth, steel sphere 51mm in diameter and weighing approximately 0.5kg to strike the enclosure with the specified impact in a direction perpendicular to the enclosure surface. If deemed necessary, the enclosure shall be tested with the proper cathode ray tube mounted [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative an isolating capacitor complying with applicable requirements of CAN/CSA- E shall be acceptable for bridging BASIC or SULEMENTARY INSULATION [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative an across-line capacitor complying with applicable requirements of CAN/CSA-E shall be acceptable Inductors and windings Requirements [Add the following to the end of the clause] As an alternative, an EMI filter complying with the applicable requirements of CSA C22.2 No. 8 shall be acceptable Thermal releases [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative, a thermal cut-out complying with CSA C22.2 No. 24 or CSA E together with CSA E shall be acceptable. Fuse-links and fuse holders [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative, a fuse-link complying with CSA C22.2 No shall be acceptable [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative a Fuseholder Assembly complying with CSA C22.2 No 39 shall be acceptable to Switches: [Add the following paragraphs] to each of the Clauses As an alternative, a TV-Rated Switch complying with CSA C22.2 No 55 shall be acceptable. CA

55 Attachment No. 3 age 20 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Optocouplers [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative, an optocoupler complying with CSA Component Acceptance Service No. 5A shall be acceptable Surge suppression varistors [Add the following paragraph] As an alternative, a varistor complying with CSA C22.2 No shall be acceptable A Gas discharge tubes [Add the following clause] Gas discharge tubes complying with the following tests may be connected to bridge BASIC or REINFORCED INSULATION. Ten samples of gas discharge tubes isolating the ac supply from exposed parts shall be subjected to the varistor pulse tests of Clause Following the pulses, the device shall be allowed to return to room temperature. The dielectric breakdown voltage of the gas tube shall not decrease by more than 50% and the gas discharge tube shall comply with the electric strength test of Clause 10.4, with the test voltage reduced to twice the mains voltage. As an alternative, a gas discharge tube complying with CSA C22.2 No shall be acceptable lugs and sockets (Convenience Receptacle Type) [Add the following paragraph] A receptacle provided for general purpose mains output shall comply with the requirements of CSA Standard C22.2 No 42 (dimensional requirements are also specified in IEC ). The attachment plug cap shall be polarized type when the apparatus is provided with a manually operated, MAINS connected single pole switch for apparatus on-off operation, a socket screwshell lampholder, or a 15 or 20 A socket outlet (Audio Terminals) [Add the following paragraph] Banana plugs shall be acceptable. CA

56 Attachment No. 3 age 21 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Adapter output connectors [Replace the first paragraph with the following] Terminals and connectors used in output circuits of supply apparatus, whose output is not a standard nominal mains voltage according to IEC 60038, Table 1, shall not be compatible with those specified for household and similar general purposes, for example those described in IEC 60083[1], IEC 60320, IEC 60884, IEC (parts 1, 2, and 3), and CSA C22.2 No rovisions for protective earthing - Bond Impedance [Replace the third paragraph with the following] Earthing connections shall comply with the test requirements of CSA C22.2 No A Terminals for external flexible cords and permanent connections to the mains supply (ermanent Wiring) [Add the following clauses] Equipment intended for permanent connection to the mains shall have provisions for connection to the wiring system in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, art I. The terminal parts and all other provisions for permanent connection to fixed wiring shall comply with CSA Standard CAN/CSA-C22.2 No (Mains lugs Type) [Add the following paragraphs] Mains plugs of non-permanently installed equipment shall comply with: a) CSA C22.2 No 21 for moulded-on type attachment plugs; and b) CSA C22.2 No 42 for disassembly type attachment plugs (dimensional requirements are also specified in IEC ). Class II equipment provided with a general purpose mains outlet, or lampholder, shall be provided with a polarized-type plug. If the plug is a polarized type, single pole switches or over current protectors shall not be connected in the identified conductor. CA

57 Attachment No. 3 age 22 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada A 17.9A.1 External flexible cords [Replace this clause with the following] Flexible cord used for mains supply shall comply with the requirements of CSA C22.2 No 49. The cord type shall be in accordance with Table 18A. The attachment plug shall be rated not less than 125% of the apparatus rated current. Cord sets shall comply with the requirements of CSA C22.2 No 21. Non-detachable flexible cables and cords of Class I apparatus shall be provided with a green/yellow core connected to the protective earthing terminal of the apparatus and, if a plug is provided, to the protective earthing contact of the plug. Compliance is checked by inspection. Adhesive securement and conductive coatings [Add the following clause] CA 17.9A A.2. 1 Adhesive securement The following parts, the displacement of which may result in a fire or shock hazard, shall not be secured solely by adhesive, unless the adhesive system complies with the resistance to external forces test of Clause 9.1.7, the bump test of Clause , and the impact test of Clause , after conditioning in accordance with Clause 17.9A.2: a) internal metal parts/conductive coatings; b) barriers; and c) required enclosure parts. Note: Cathode ray tubes are excluded from this test. Adhesive and conductive coating securement conditioning General: Where required by Clause 17.9A.1, one sample of the apparatus or enclosure section shall be conditioned in accordance with the requirements of Clause 17.9A.2.2. Equivalent ageing test data supplied by the manufacturer will be considered in lieu of ageing.

58 Attachment No. 3 age 23 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada 17.9A A Ageing Day 1: lace in oven at 100 ± 1ºC for 1 week, or 82 ± 1ºC for 8 weeks at the manufacturer s option. Day 8 or Day 57: 1. Remove from oven and leave at room temperature for 1 h. 2. lace in freezer at 35ºC for 2 h. 3. Remove from freezer and allow to reach room temperature overnight. Day 9 or Day 58: 1. lace in a compartment at 96% relative humidity for 3 h. 2. Remove and leave at room temperature and humidity for 1 h. 3. lace in over at a temperature selected in the first cycle for 3 h. 4. Remove and allow to come to room temperature overnight. Day 10 or Day 59: 1. lace in freezer at 35ºC for 2 h. 2. Remove and leave at room temperature for 1 h., 3. lace in humidity chamber at 96% relative humidity for 3 h. 4. Remove and allow to come to room temperature overnight. Day 11 or Day 60: 1. lace in oven at the temperature selected in the first cycle for 3 h. 2. Remove for 1 h. 3. lace in freezer at 35ºC for 2 h. 4. Remove and allow to come to room temperature overnight. Day 12 or Day 61: 1. lace in humidity chamber at 96% relative humidity for 3 h. 2. Remove and perform mechanical tests as required by Clause 17.9A.1 as applicable. Mechanical strength of picture tubes and protection against the effects of implosion (Cathode Ray Tubes) [Add the following] A picture tube with a maximum face dimensions exceeding 75mm either shall be intrinsically protected with respect to effects of implosion and to mechanical impact, in accordance with or CAN/CSA E61965, or the enclosure of the apparatus shall provide adequate protection against the effects of an implosion of the tube (see Clause 12). CA

59 Attachment No. 3 age 24 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Stability and Mechanical Hazards [Add the following paragraph] Carts, stands, and similar apparatus for use with specific apparatus covered by this standard shall comply with the requirements of Annex NC [Add the following to the end of the clause] If an apparatus is on a cart or stand held in place only by friction, or by holes or bumps which help to correctly locate the apparatus, it is not considered fixed to the stand. When assembled according to user instructions, if an apparatus on a cart or stand is additionally held in place with a rigid bracket or clamp, or a device that attaches to the base with the use of a tool to secure the apparatus in place, then it is considered fixed. For testing in combination with a cart or stand, the following shall apply: The test force applied to an apparatus that is fixed to a cart or stand shall be calculated from the total weight of the apparatus plus the cart or stand. If the apparatus becomes displaced from its intended position during one of the tests, then the force shall be reduced to the force calculated from the weight of the apparatus alone. The test force applied to an apparatus that is not fixed to a cart or stand shall be calculated from the weight of the apparatus alone A Annex A A10.3 A10.3.1A Fire enclosure (rojector Lamp Enclosure) [Add the following] Enclosures of apparatus containing high voltage or projection lamps shall have a minimum flammability rating of category V-1 according to CAN/CSA-C22.2 No at the minimum thickness used. Additional requirements for apparatus with protection against splashing water Splash and humidity treatment [Add the following clause] Enclosures for apparatus other than generalpurpose indoor-use types shall comply with the requirements of CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 94 or C22.2 No CA

60 Attachment No. 3 age 25 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Annex B Annex NA NA.2.2 NA A NA B NA.4 NA A NA.5 NA.5.2 Apparatus to be connected to the telecommunications networks Replace this annex with the following: Apparatus intended for direct connection to a TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK shall comply with CAN/CSA C22.2 No Additional requirements for apparatus for use in health care facilities Types of apparatus [Add the following definitions to Clause 2.2] health care facility apparatus apparatus intended for entertainment purposes for use in a hospital, nursing home, medical care centre, or similar health care facility in which installation is limited to a nonhazardous area in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, art I. It is not intended for use in a critical care area in which a patient might be treated with an externalized electrical conductor, such as a probe, a catheter, or other electrode, connected to the heart; however, the product is likely to be contacted by a patient while in a health care facility patient-touched parts those parts that are likely to be contacted by the patient while the patient is in bed, e.g., a pillow speaker or pendant control for an apparatus that might be taken into bed and operated by the patient, or an apparatus that might be placed near or above the bed and operated by the patient General test conditions Short-circuit test To determine compliance with Clause NA A, the fault conditions of Clause 4.3 shall include short-circuit of external flexible cord leads. The apparatus shall comply with Clause 11 except that the TOUCH CURRENT requirements of Clause NA shall apply 10 s after the conclusion of the abnormal test. Markings and instructions Terminals [Add the following item after Item (c)] ca) A receptacle of the conventional parallel-slot type that is not used for the connection of a part of an apparatus intended for use in a health care facility shall be marked to indicate the specific acceptable accessory for which it is intended. CA

61 Attachment No. 3 age 26 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NA.5.5 NA Instructions [Add the following item after Item j)] ja) Operation and installation instructions required by Clause 5.5 shall include cleaning and disinfecting instructions as required by Clause NA.10.3.C. NA.5.5A [Add the following clause after Clause 5.4] Oxygen-rich use Apparatus for use in an oxygen-enriched atmosphere shall comply with the requirements of CAN/CSA-C22.2 No and shall be marked as suitable for use in an oxygen-rich atmosphere if it has been investigated for that purpose. NA.9 NA NA A NA.10 NA.10.3 Electric shock hazard under normal operating conditions Determination of HAZARDOUS LIVE ARTS [Add the following to the end of the clause] After all tests, the TOUCH CURRENT for apparatus intended for use in health care facilities shall not exceed the values in Table NA.1 when measured in accordance with Clause b). [Add the following clause after the clause] Liquids spillage An apparatus that includes patient-touched parts shall be constructed to prevent the entry of spilled materials (e.g., saline solutions, volatile liquids, and the like) that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock by coming into contact with live parts or parts operating at elevated temperatures. There shall be no opening in any non-vertical surface (e.g. top, sloping, and the like) unless the opening is protected by a barrier that prevents the entrance of a liquid that might fall on the area in question from a vertical direction. Where gaskets are relied upon to prevent the entry of spilled materials, their suitability shall be evaluated. Insulation requirements Humidity treatment [Add the following clauses] CA

62 Attachment No. 3 age 27 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NA.10.3 A NA.10.3 B NA.10.3 C NA.12 NA.12.7 A NA.12.7 A.1 NA.12.7 A.2 NA.15 NA.15.1 Immersion An apparatus or an appendage to an apparatus that is intended to be taken into a patient s bed shall be capable of complying with the dielectric strength requirements of Clause 10.4 and the TOUCH CURRENT requirements of Clauses and NA after immersion in a saline solution as described in Clause NA.10.3B. Immersion test To determine compliance with Clause NA.10.3A, each of three samples of the apparatus or appendage shall be immersed for a period of 24 h in a solution containing 1/2 g of common table salt per litre of distilled water. Immediately thereafter, the samples shall be subjected to the TOUCH CURRENT test of Clauses and NA and the dielectric strength test of Clause 10.4 without preconditioning. Cleaning and disinfecting Apparatus shall be constructed so that it can be cleaned or disinfected in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions (see Clause NA ja)) without increasing the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons. Mechanical strength [Add the following clause] Mounting arms General A mounting arm shall be capable of passing the cycling test of Clause NA.12.7A.2 with no permanent deformation or damage that would result in a hazard. Cycling test and mounting arms To determine compliance with Clause NA.12.7A.1 the mounting arm shall be cycled through cycles of operation. Each cycle shall extend the arm to one half its full open position and then retract the arm to its closed position. During the test, the arm shall be lubricated in accordance with the manufacturer s lubricating instructions. There shall be no permanent deformation or damage that would result in a hazard. Terminals lugs and socket CA

63 Attachment No. 3 age 28 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NA NA.15.4 NA.15.4 A NA.16 NA.16.5 NA.17 NA.17.9 A NA.20 NA.20.3 NA A [Replace with the following] An attachment plug shall a) if of the moulded-on type, comply with the requirements for a Hospital Grade attachment plug, as specified in CSA C22.2 No. 21; b) comply with the requirements for a Hospital Grade disassembly type attachment plug, as specified in CSA C22.2 No. 42; or c) for double-insulated equipment, be constructed using CSA Configuration 1-15 with polarized blades and meet all applicable Hospital Grade requirements in CSA C22.2 No. 21 and CSA C22.2 No. 42. Devices forming a part of the MAINS plug [Add the following clause after Clause 15.4] endant control If the pendant control is not provided as part of the apparatus but the apparatus has a receptacle to accommodate such a control, the marking information shall be located adjacent to the pendant control receptacle and shall indicate the use of a specific manufacturer and model number pendant control. External flexible cords [Add the following] A pendant control cord, where there is a risk of shock or TOUCH CURRENT exceeding the limits of Clause NA , shall be provided with strain relief at each end, i.e., at the points of connection to the control and to the plug. Electrical connections and mechanical fixings [Add the following] The wheels or casters on an apparatus or on a cart intended for use with a specific apparatus shall have a minimum diameter of 100 mm. Resistance to fire FIRE ENCLOSURE [Add the following clause] Where there is a risk of fire as specified in Clause 4.3 or TOUCH CURRENT exceeding the limits of Clause NA , there shall be no emission of flame or molten metal or other adverse effects when all leads of an external cord of a pendant control, pillow speaker, or similar device (which are likely to be subjected to abnormal abuse) are short-circuited (see Clause NA.4.3.2A). CA

64 Attachment No. 3 age 29 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada Annex NB NB.4 NB A NB B Additional requirements for apparatus for kitchen under-cabinet equipment General test conditions [Add the following clauses] When mounted as specified in Clause NB.4.1.3B, the apparatus shall be subjected to the following conditioning tests: a) An electric kettle rated at 1500 W shall be filled with 1.5 L of tap water and boiled dry, with the spout positioned to direct steam toward the bottom-centre part of the apparatus, which shall be switched off. The kettle shall have a spout with an opening of 12 to 17 cm2, located 120 to 140 mm above the counter. The input voltage to the kettle shall be adjusted to produce a power input of 1500 W. b) An electric frying pan rated 1200 W shall be positioned directly below the apparatus (operating normally) and operated for 1.5 h at maximum heat. c) The frying pan shall have a cooking area of 800 to 1000 cm2 located 50 mm above the counter. The thermostat shall be bypassed, and the input voltage shall be adjusted to produce a temperature of 200 ± 5 C at the centre of the cooking surface. The equipment shall be located in a test corner as shown in Figure NB.1 to simulate a typical kitchen cabinet and kitchen counter arrangement. The test corner shall be formed with nominal 9.5 to 20 mm plywood painted black. The underside of the cabinet onto which the apparatus is mounted shall be 400 mm above the kitchen countertop. The location of the mounted apparatus shall be such that it is 300 mm from the end wall and, where practicable, recessed 100 mm from the front edge of the cabinet or mounted as directed by the installation instructions. A spacing of not less than 25 mm shall be maintained between the rear wall and the apparatus. When mounted, the apparatus shall be positioned as low as the mounting hardware permits, to a minimum of 250 mm above the counter. If the size of the apparatus does not permit the 250 mm minimum spacing above the counter, the spacing between the counter and the upper cabinet shall be increased from 400 mm to 650 mm to permit the minimum spacing. CA

65 Attachment No. 3 age 30 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NB.9 NB NB A NB B Electric shock hazard under normal operating conditions Determination of HAZARDOUS LIVE parts [Add the following clauses] Current measurement While being conditioned as described in NB.4.1.3A, the TOUCH CURRENT and the protective conductor current shall be measured in accordance with Clause Conditioning Following the conditioning described in Clause NB.4.1.3A, an under-cabinet apparatus shall comply with the applicable requirements specified for ACCESSIBLE ARTS in Clause NB.10 Insulation requirements NB.10.4 NB. 10.4A NB.16 NB.16.1 A Insulation resistance and dielectric strength [Add the following clause] Conditioning Within one minute of completing the conditioning described in Clause NB.4.1.3A, an under-cabinet apparatus shall comply with the applicable requirements of the dielectric strength test described in Clause External flexible cords [Add the following clause] In addition to the requirements of Clause 16.1, a safeguard shall be provided to prevent the mains cord from exceeding its insulation temperature rating. Examples of suitable safeguards are (a) mains cord with a minimum rating of 90 C ; and (b) providing the equipment with a means to route the cord away from other appliances. Note: In Canada an example of such a cord is an HN Type cord. CA

66 Attachment No. 3 age 31 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NB.19 NB.19.7 NB.19.7 A Annex NC NC.4 NC.4.2 NC A NC B NC.5 NC.5.2 NC.7 NC.7.2 NC.8 Stability and mechanical hazards Wall or ceiling mounting means [Add the following clause] Vertical force test Within five minutes of completing the conditioning test described in Clause NB.4.1.3A, an undercabinet apparatus shall withstand a downward vertical force of 90 N for one minute when mounted as described in Clause NB.4.1.3B. Adhesive alone shall not be used to secure the apparatus Additional requirements for power-operated radio transmitters and similar apparatus General test conditions Normal operating conditions [Add the following clauses] The maximum input to the transmitter at rated voltage and frequency shall be within 10 per cent of the marked rating, with the transmitter developing full carrier power, modulated 95 per cent, at normal operating temperature. [Add the following clause] The power input shall be measured at rated voltage and rated frequency and compared with the requirements of Clause NC.4.2.1A. Marking and instructions Identification and supply ratings [Add the following] In addition to the marking requirements of Clause 5.2, the device shall be conspicuously marked in a permanent manner with rated radio frequency output power. Heating under normal operating conditions Heat resistance of insulating material [Add the following] Temperature tests shall be made with the device connected to a source of supply of rated voltage and rated frequency and operated as indicated in Table NC.1 until constant temperatures are reached. Constructional requirements with regard to the protection against electric shock [Add the following clauses] CA

67 Attachment No. 3 age 32 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NC.8.21 A NC.8.21 B NC.8.21 C NC.8.21 D NC.10 NC.10.1 All live or current-carrying parts (e.g., bare and insulated terminals, conductors, windings, etc.), except the supply lines, control cables, and antenna terminals or leads, shall be enclosed in the transmitter cabinet or a transmitter enclosure and shall be inaccessible to unauthorized persons. The transmitter cabinet shall be constructed of metal having mechanical strength and rigidity equivalent to No. 22 U.S. sheet-metal gauge steel, if not reinforced and, in any case, not less than No. 26 U.S. sheet-metal gauge steel. The point of entry for conduit connection shall be of metal equivalent to No. 16 U.S. sheet-metal gauge steel, or shall be suitably reinforced to have equivalent mechanical strength. Where dissimilar metals are connected together and the potential exceeds 1 V, the construction shall be the subject of special investigation with regard to effects of corrosion. Note: Covers or enclosures of metal, or insulating material for small openings or components, need not meet the above requirements where adequate strength, consistent with the design, is maintained. Transmitters having an output rating greater than 100 watts shall be Class I. The various types of conductors (other than supply cords) approved specifically for use in radio work shall be as specified in CSA C22.2 No. 127 and restricted in regard to use as indicated in Table NC.2. Insulation requirements [Add the following] The antenna connections or terminals shall be adequately insulated from high-voltage d-c circuits. Where the antenna circuit is not grounded, the insulation shall be subject to an a- c peak voltage test of three times the maximum d-c potential of the high-voltage circuits involved, for continuous wave and frequency modulation transmitters, and six times the maximum voltage for amplitude modulation transmitters. When the antenna circuit is adequately grounded for d-c, this test is not required. arts operating at high radio-frequency potentials shall be located or protected so that accidental contact is unlikely. CA

68 Attachment No. 3 age 33 of 78 Report No.: CA Canada NC.10.4 A NC.12 NC.12.7 A NC.16 NC.16.5 NC. 20 NC.20.2 A Oil [Add the following clause] Transformers or other parts where the insulation is dependent on transformer oil shall meet the spacing requirements of IEEE C Mechanical strength Water cooling [Add the following] Except for insulating sections, the coolant shall be conducted to and from water-cooled components by means of substantial piping constructed of copper, or equivalent material arranged so that accidental leaks will not jeopardize any of the other components. The piping shall be adequately supported. Insulating sections and joints shall be made of such materials that leaks will not develop due to temperature changes, and the joints shall be made in such a manner that they will be mechanically strong. The entire insulating section shall be considered a live part and shall be installed and treated as such. The metallic piping immediately adjacent to the insulating section shall be solidly and effectively grounded in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, art I. External flexible cords [Add the following] In addition to the requirements specified in Clause 16.5, the strain relief shall be capable of withstanding a direct pull of 150 N (35 pound) for not less than 15 s. Resistance to fire Transformers [Add the following] Transformers shall be housed in a fire enclosure, unless (a) completely contained in the transmitter enclosure; (b) the current through the windings is limited to 11 ma by series impedance; or (c) a special investigation indicates that no hazard results if a short-circuit should occur either between the ends of a winding or between one end and the core or other grounded parts. CA

69 Attachment No. 3 age 34 of 78 Report No.: CH Switzerland 21 Ordinance on environmentally hazardous substances SR , Annex 1.7, Mercury - Annex 1.7 of SR applies for mercury. Switches containing mercury such as thermostats, relays and level controllers are not allowed. Ordinance on chemical hazardous risk reduction SR , Annex 2.15 Batteries Annex 2.15 of SR applies for batteries containing cadmium and mercury. Note: Ordinance relating to environmentally hazardous substances, SR of is not longer in force and superseded by SR of (ChemRRV). 24 Supply cords of portable electrical appliances having a rated current not exceeding 10 A shall be provided with a plug complying with IEC (3.ed.) + am1, SEV 1011 and one of the following dimension sheets: - SEV :2009 lug type 11, L + N, 250V 10A - SEV :2009 lug type 12, L + N + E, 250V 10A - SEV :2009 lug type 15, 3L + N + E, 250/400V 10A Supply cords of portable electrical appliances having a rated current not exceeding 16 A shall be provided with a plug complying with IEC (3.ed.) + am1, SEV 1011 and one of the following dimension sheets: - SEV :2009 lug type 21 L + N, 250 V, 16A - SEV :2009 lug type 23 L + N + E, 250 V, 16A - SEV :2009 lug type 25 3L + N + E, 250/400V 16A NOTE 16 A plugs are not often used in Swiss domestic installation system. CH

70 Attachment No. 3 age 35 of 78 Report No.: CN China Amended the first paragraph: This standard applies to apparatus intended to be used basically at altitudes not exceeding m, dry climate at warm temperate zone or tropical climates. The fourth paragraph replaced by following: For apparatus intended to be used in vehicles, ships or aircraft, or at altitudes exceeding 5 000m, additional requirements may be necessary. CN 5 At the end of the first paragraph,added following: For apparatus intended to be used at altitude not exceeding 2000m, a warning label containing the following or a similar appropriate wording or a symbol as in annex R(see following) shall fixed to the equipment at readily visible place. "Only used at altitude not exceeding 2000m." Shall be evaluated during national approval If only symbol used, the explanation of the symbol shall be contained in the instruction manual. For apparatus intended to be used in nottropical climate regions, a warning label containing the following or a similar appropriate wording or a symbol as in annex R shall fixed to the equipment at readily visible place. "Only used in not-tropical climate regions." If only symbol used, the explanation of the symbol shall be contained in the instruction manual. The statements above shall be given in a language acceptable to the regions where the apparatus is intended to be used. 5.1 e) After the last paragraph, added:.for single rated voltage, 220 V or three-phase 380V shall be marked only. For a rating range, 220 V or three-phase

71 Attachment No. 3 age 36 of 78 Report No.: CN China 380V shall be covered. For multiple rated voltages, one of them shall be 220 V or three-phase 380V and which default setting from manufacture shall be 220 V or threephase 380V as well. CN 5.1 f) After the first sentence, Added: for Rated MAINS frequency or frequency range shall be 50Hz or covered 50Hz. 5.4 Replaced the second sentence of the first paragraph: This information shall be given in normative Chinese i) Added new paragraph i),after the h) paragraph: i) For apparatus incorporating antenna coaxial sockets witch is non-separated with CATV network, a warning wording or a similar shall be given in the instructions manual: The CATV network connecting to this apparatus shall separate from protective earth, otherwise it may cause fire or other hazard. 7,Table3 Note a) of table 3 replaced: This standard applies to apparatus intended to be used in tropical climates, permissible temperature rises are 10 K less than those specified in the table. For apparatus intended to be used in non-tropical climates the limits in Table 3 are satisfactory. 7.1 Added Note 3: For apparatus intended to be operated at altitudes between 2 000m and 5 000m, temperature measuring conditions and maximum temperature limits are under consideration Delete the note 3 and renumber the existing note 4 as After the paragraph of d), added a paragraph: For apparatus intended to be used in tropical climates, the limits should be halved than the values given in a) and b) above. 10 Added a paragraph after the second paragraph : The Insulation resistance between CATV antenna coaxial sockets and protective

72 Attachment No. 3 age 37 of 78 Report No.: CN China earth of apparatus shall comply with BASIC INSULATION. If it s possible that CLASS II apparatus with CATV antenna coaxial sockets connect with protective earth of another CLASS I apparatus by other terminals, the insulation resistance between them shall comply with BASIC INSULATION as well. Added Note: if antenna cable separated from the protective earth before connection to the apparatus, there is no requirements of Insulation resistance between them but 5.4.1i) requirements shall be meet. CN 10.1 Delete on CLASS II apparatus in the first paragraph Replaced the fifth to seventh paragraphs by the following: The humidity treatment is carried out in a chamber containing air with a relative humidity of 93%±3 %. For apparatus, temperature of 40ºC± 2ºC and a relative humidity of 93%±3% shall be subjected. Apparatus intended to be used in nontropical climates are subjected to a relative humidity of 93%±3%. The temperature in the chamber, at all places where samples located, shall be maintained within 2ºC of any convenient value between 20ºC and 30ºC, as long as no condensation occur. Added Note 4: For apparatus intended to be operated at altitudes between 2 000m and 5 000m, the requirements for treatment of the insulating material are under consideration Delete note After the ninth paragraph added a paragraph: For apparatus intended to be used in tropical climates, halve the values given above Amended the first paragraph : Antenna coaxial sockets to be mounted on the apparatus shall subject to mechanical stress caused in use, and the sockets incorporate with parts or components which isolated HAZARDOUS LIVE parts from

73 Attachment No. 3 age 38 of 78 Report No.: CN China ACCESSIBLE parts or protective earth from other terminals. CN Table 8, Table 9, Table1 0 After the first paragraph, added a paragraph: The requirements apply to apparatus intended to be used at altitude not exceeding m. For apparatus intended to be operated at altitudes between 2 000m and 5 000m, Minimum CLEARANCE limits shall multiply with multiplication factor 1.48 in table A.2 of GB/T For apparatus intended to be operated at altitude more than 5 000m, Minimum CLEARANCES limit shall multiply with relevant multiplication factor in table A.2 of GB/T Bellow the headings of Table 8 Table 9 and Table 10,added : (Applicable for altitude up to 2000m). Amended Table 9 Note 2: For operating voltage values exceeding of table 8, extrapolation is permitted After the first paragraph, added a paragraph: The requirements in table 10 apply to apparatus intended to be used at altitude not exceeding m. For apparatus intended to be operated at altitudes between 2 000m and 5 000m, Minimum CLEARANCE limits shall multiply with multiplication factor 1.48 in table A.2 of GB/T For apparatus intended to be operated at altitude more than 5 000m, Minimum CLEARANCES limit shall multiply with corresponding multiplication factor in table A.2 of GB/T After the first paragraph, added a paragraph: lugs connected to the MAINS in apparatus shall comply with GB 1002 or GB Delete the first paragraph except the first sentence Replaced contents of two dashes in the fourth paragraph: for intrinsically protected tubes, including those having integral protective screens, compliance is checked according to GB for tubes non-intrinsically protected Shall be evaluated during national approval

74 Attachment No. 3 age 39 of 78 Report No.: CN China checked by CN 18.2 Delete clause 18.2 and renumber the existing clause 18.3 as Annex J.6 After the first paragraph, added a paragraph: For apparatus intended to be operated at altitudes between 2 000m and 5 000m, the Minimum CLEARANCES in table J.2 shall multiply with multiplication factor 1.48 in table A.2 of GB/T For apparatus intended to be operated at altitude more than 5 000m, Minimum CLEARANCES shall multiply with corresponding multiplication factor in table A.2 of GB/T Delete note 3 of table J.6. Annex R (normative ) Added annex R: Instructions for the new safety warning labels. Shall be evaluated during national approval R.1 Altitude warning label Meaning of the label: Evaluation for apparatus only based on altitude not exceeding 2000m, therefor it s the only operating condition applied for the equipment.there may be some potential safety hazard if the equipment is used at altitude above 2000m. R.2 Climate warning label Meaning of the label: Evaluation for apparatus only based on temperate climate condition, therefor it s the only operating condition applied for the equipment.there may be some potential safety hazard if the equipment is used in tropical climate region. Annex S (informative) Added annex S: Illustration relative to safety explanation in normative Chinese Tibetan Mongolian Zhuang Language and Uighur.

75 Attachment No. 3 age 40 of 78 Report No.: DE Germany 5 The following markings are required: a) In case of intrinsically ionizing radiation safe cathode-ray tubes with accelerating voltages between 20 Kv and 30 Kv: - On the cathode-ray tube itself the wording: Eigensicheere Kathodenstrahlröhre nach Anlage III Röntgen-verordnung. - Inside the apparatus: the maximum allowed accelerating voltage in Kv, and the maximum allowed beam current in Ma. - On the outer of the apparatus: a notice in German language that produced X- rays are sufficiently shielded by the intrinsically safe cathode-ray tube. b) In case of approval of the whole TV receiver with an accelerating voltage exceeding 20 Kv: - On the outer of the apparatus: the licence number / / /Rö, and the following text: Die in diesem Gerät entstehende Röntgenstrahlung ist ausreichend abgeschirmt. Beschleunigungsspannung: max: Kv. - Supplied with the apparatus: a copy of Zulassungsschein, together with the notices required there. c) In case of TV receivers with accelerating voltages not exceeding 20 Kv: Die in diesem Gerät entstehende Röntgenstrahlung ist ausreichend abgeschirmt. Beschleunigungsspannung: max: Kv. Justification: German ministerial decree against ionizing radiation (Röntgenverordnung), dated NOTE The German nimisterial decree (Röntgenverordnung) is under revision. DE

76 Attachment No. 3 age 41 of 78 Report No.: DE Germany 15.1 Bei Steckernetzteilen wird der angeformte Stecker als Komponente betrachtet und in Deutschland generell nach DIN VDE :2010 bzw. DIN VDE :2013 und DIN VDE :2013 beurteilt. Nach der rüfung gemäß DIN VDE :2013, Abschnitt 24.2 muss der Stecker noch die rüfung entsprechend DIN VDE :1992 Abschnitt 7 Bild 2 Lehre für die Auswechselbarkeit bestehen. Shall be evaluated during national approval DE Es muss möglich sein, die Stecker in die Lehre ohne übermäßige Kraft so einzuführen, dass ihre Stirnfläche die Oberfläche der Lehre berührt. The moulded plug of plug-in power supplies will be considered as component and will be generally evaluated in Germany according to DIN VDE :2010 respectively DIN VDE :2013 and DIN VDE :2013 After the test according to DIN VDE :2013, sub-clause 24.2, the plug be shall still pass the test according to DIN VDE :1992 clause 7, figure 2 Gauge for interchangeability It should be possible to insert the plug without applying an excessive force such that the end surface touches the surface of the gauge

77 Attachment No. 3 age 42 of 78 Report No.: DE Germany Annex ZC Delete the A-deviation for Clause 5 for Germany and add the following new A-deviation: Clause National deviation Germany 6.1 The following requirement applies: For the operation of any cathode ray tube intended for the display of visual images operating at an acceleration voltage exceeding 40 kv, authorization is required, or application of type approval (Bauartzulassung) and marking. Justification: German ministerial decree against ionizing radiaton (Röntgenverordnung), in force since , implementing the European Directive 96/29/EURATOM. NOTE Contact address: hysikalisch-technische Bundesanstalt, Bundesallee 100, D Braunschweig, Tel.: Int , Internet: DE DK Denmark The following is added: Certain types of Class I apparatus, see , may be provided with a plug not establishing earthing continuity when inserted in Danish socket-outlets Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section 6c 3.Z1 Add to the end of the subclause DK Due to many existing installations where the socket-outlets can be protected with fuses with higher rating than the rating of the socket-outlets the protection for pluggable equipment type A shall be an integral part of the equipment. Justification: In Denmark an existing 13 A socket outlet can be protected by a 20 A fuse.

78 Attachment No. 3 age 43 of 78 Report No.: DK Denmark 5.4 To the end of the subclause the following is added: DK CLASS I apparatus which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via a plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other apparatus or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network TERMINALS and ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the apparatus must be connected to an earthed MAINS socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Denmark: Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til stikproppens jord.

79 Attachment No. 3 age 44 of 78 Report No.: DK Denmark To the first paragraph the following is added: In Denmark, supply cords of single phase appliances having a rated current not exceeding 13 A shall be provided with a plug according to DS D1. DK Appliances of Class I provided with socketoutlets with earth contact or which are intended to be used in locations where protection against indirect contact is required according to the wiring rules shall be provided with a plug which assure earth continuity with the socket-outlet in accordance with DS D1. If a single-phase equipment having a RATED CURRENT exceeding 13 A or if a poly-phase equipment is provided with a supply cord with a plug, this plug shall be in accordance with the standard sheets DK 6-1a in DS D1 or EN To the second paragraph the following is added: Socket outlets intended for providing power to Class II apparatus with a rated current of 2,5 A shall be in accordance with DS D1 standard sheet DKA 1-4a. Other current rating socket outlets shall be in compliance with DS D1 Standard Sheet DKA 1-3a or DKA 1-1c. To the third paragraph the following is added: Mains socket-outlets with earthing contact shall be in compliance with DS D1, Standard sheet DK 1-3a, DK 1-1c, DK 1-1d, DK 1-5a or DK 1-7a Justification: Heavy Current Regulations, Section 6c

80 Attachment No. 3 age 45 of 78 Report No.: FI Finland 5.3 Amendment A2 (2010) To the end of the subclause the following is added: CLASS I apparatus which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via a plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other apparatus or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network TERMINALS and ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the apparatus must be connected to an earthed MAINS socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan" Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag FI GB United Kingdom Apparatus which is fitted with a flexible cable or cord and is designed to be connected to a mains socket conforming to BS 1363 by means of that flexible cable or cord and plug shall be fitted with a standard plug in accordance with Statutory Instrument 1768: 1994: The lugs and Sockets etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994, unless exempted by those Regulations. NOTE Standard plug is defined in SI 1768:1994 and essentially means an approved plug conforming to BS 1363 or an approved conversion plug. Justification: SI 1768: 1994 GB

81 Attachment No. 3 age 46 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Addition: Add the following as a NOTE after the first sentence. NOTE 1 In Japan, the requirements for regions with moderate apply A Addition: Add this sub-clause. CLASS 0I EQUIMENT: Equipment which has, as for protection against electric shock, - at least using BASIC INSULATION, and - providing a means of connecting to the protective earthing conductor in the building wiring those conductive parts that are otherwise capable of assuming HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES if the BASIC INSULATION fails, and - using a supply cord without earthing conductor or a plug without earthing pin. Apparatus provided with a cord set having a twopin type plug with a lead wire for earthing or having three pin - tow pin adaptor is also regarded as Class 0I. NOTE Class 0I equipment may have a part constructed with Double Insulation or Reinforced Insulation. 3.2 Addition: Add the Class 0I equipment in the first sentence of this sub-clause. 3.2 Addition: Add the following after the first sentence of this sub-clause. NOTE Equipment often transported and used should not be Class I equipment nor Class 0I equipment. J Replacement: Replace 250 V a.c. by the maximum of the variable range.

82 Attachment No. 3 age 47 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) 5.4.2A Addition: For CLASS 0I EQUIMENT, the following instruction shall be indicated where readily visible on the mains plug or the product: WARNING: rovide an earthing connection Example in Japanese: J Moreover, for CLASS 0I EQUIMENT, the following instruction shall be indicated where readily visible on the product or written in the operating instructions: WARNING: rovide an earthing connection before the mains plug is connected to the mains. And, when disconnecting the earthing connection, be sure to disconnect after pulling out the mains plug from the mains. Example in Japanese: Addition: Add the following paragraph as last paragraph of Condition b in Table 3. The enclosure that is covered for internal hetsink is considered to be unlikely accessible if following cinditions are met. - the symbol (IEC ) is marked on or adjacent to the heated area of the surface of the enclosure, and - the minimum distance over the surface of the product between this area and any control intended to be operated during use is 150 mm or greater, and - the instruction manual gives information regarding the explanation of the meaning for the symbol (IEC ) and the heated area.

83 Attachment No. 3 age 48 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Addition: Add the following paragraph as 2 nd paragraph of Condition d in Table 3. For materials which are not listed in Table 3, temperature rises in the normal operating conditions are considered satisfactory if these materials comply with item 3 of detailed regulations, 1.(1),b, Appendix 4 in the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance and Material. ermissible temperature rise of Supply cords and wiring insulation is applicable only to the materials used in supply cords complying with JIS C 3662 (corresponding to IEC 60227) or JIS C 3663 (corresponding to IEC 60245). Materials used in other wiring shall comply with item 3 of detailed regulations, 1.(1).b, Appendix 4 in the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance and Material, and also it shall not exceed 100K under fult conditions. 8.5 Addition: In the first paragraph, add and Class 0I Equipment after the words, Class I Equipment. 8.5 Addition: In the six paragraph (before NOTE 3), add the following to the end of the first sentence. CLASS 0I EQUIMENT shall be provided with a protective earthing terminal at any point outside the apparatus where easily visible or a protective external earth wire from mains plug Addition: In NOTE 2, c), add or JIS C 2107, JIS C 2336, JIS C 2338 after the reference, IEC Addition: In the last paragraph, add the following sentence after the first sentence. For CLASS 0I EQUIMENT, the r.m.s. TOUCH- CURRENT to earth shall not be more than 1.0 ma Addition: Add CLASS 0I EQUIMENT and to the head of the first paragraph. J

84 Attachment No. 3 age 49 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Addition: J In Table 5, add the following values to the subtable of NOTE. Operating Voltage U (peak) Test voltage (peak) Curve A Curve B 142 V V V Addition: Add the following after the original NOTE. NOTE 2 Fuses except for the ones according to IEC shall be tested in consideration of the characteristic Addition: Add and CLASS 0I after the words, CLASS I Addition: In the 3 rd paragraph, add the following sentence. The height of fall shall be 500 mm Replacement: Replace IEC and IEC by JIS C and JIS C Replacement: In NOTE, replace IEC [11], IEC [12], IEC [13] and IEC by JIS C , JIS C , JIS C and JIS C Addition: In NOTE, add JIS C : Transformers for switch mode power supplies Addition: In the 5 th paragraph, add JIS C in parallel with JIS C and JIS C Addition: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, add or JIS C 2107, JIS C 2336 and JIS C 2338 after the reference, IEC Addition: In item a), add JIS C 9730 series or before the reference, IEC series.

85 Attachment No. 3 age 50 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Replacement: In the first sentence of item a), replace IEC by IEC 60691, JIS C 6691 or Appendix 3 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance and Material. Replacement: After the second sentence of item a), replace IEC by JIS C 6691 or IEC Replacement: J Replace the first and the second sentence as follows: Fuse-links, DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE MAINS, used in order to prevent the apparatus from becoming unsafe within the sense of this standard shall comply with - the relevant part of JIS C 6575, unless they have a rated current outside the range specified in that standard. In the latter case, they shall comply with the relevant part of JIS C 6575 as far as applicable, or - Appendix 3 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance and Material Addition: Add the following sentence before last paragraph. For fuses according to Appendix 3 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance and Material and also providing the breaking capacity, A or B shall be marked as applicable Replacement: Replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: Replace IEC by IEC or JIS C Replacement: In item a), replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: In item a), replace IEC by JIS C

86 Attachment No. 3 age 51 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Replacement: J In item a), replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: Replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: Replace IEC by JIS C Addition: Add the following NOTE after 2 nd paragraph. NOTE: The example of not directly connected to the MAINS is: - A combination of a varistor in series with a gus discharge tube (GDT) complying with appropriate value of the test voltage for dielectric strength and external and internal CREEAGE DISTANCES.

87 Attachment No. 3 age 52 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Replacement: Replace the first and second paragraph by the following. lugs and appliance couplers for the connection of the apparatus to the MAINS and socketoutlets and interconnection couplers for providing MAINS power to other apparatus shall comply with below. lugs and appliance couplers: Appendix 4 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance or relevant IEC standards Socket-outlets and interconnection couplers: Relevant IEC standards These components complied with following criteria and relevant standards are considered to be acceptable. - lugs and appliance couplers: Appendix 4 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance or JIS C Connectors: JIS C or JIS C Appliance couplers: JIS or Socket-outlets for interconnection coupler: JIS C lug connecots for interconnection coupler: JIS C Where the product provided connectors or interconnection couplers with more than 16 A rated voltage, these components shall be compied with Appendix 4 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance or JIS C In that case, it shall not connect to any connectors specified in the standard sheet other than JIC C Class 0I equipment shall not be provided either socket-outlets or interconnection couplers Replacement: Replace of statement An example of a connector not meeting the requirements of this subclause is the so-called "banana" plug. by Use of banana plug is considered to be acceptable. Shall be evaluated during national approval J

88 Attachment No. 3 age 53 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Replacement: Replace the references, IEC [1], IEC 60320, IEC 60884, IEC by JIS C 8282 (corresponding to IEC 60884), JIS C 8303 and IEC Addition: Add and CLASS 0I EQUIMENT after the words, CLASS I EQUIMENT 15.2 Addition: Add the following paragraphs after the first paragraph. The external earth wire of plug with an external earth wire shall not be earthed by a clip. Rated voltage of plug with an protective external earth wire shall be less 150 Vac Replacement: In the first paragraph, replace IEC by IEC or JIS C Replacement: In the third paragraph, replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: In the second paragraph, replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: Replace Table 15 by the following. J Replacement: In the second paragraph, replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: In NOTE 1, replace IEC by JIS C Replacement: In NOTE 2, replace IEC [1] by JIS C 8303.

89 Attachment No. 3 age 54 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Replacement: J In NOTE, replace IEC [1] by JIS C Addition: Add the following NOTE to Table NOTE If mains plug is parallel blade, a pull force as given in Over 10 A up to and including 16 A, 130/250 V of Table 17 is applied. Addition: Add the following to the last of first paragraph. Or mains cords shall be of the sheathed type complying with Appendix 1 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance.. Replacement: Replace the second paragraph by the following. Compliance is checked by testing MAINS supply flexible cords in accordance with JIS C 3662 (corresponding to IEC60227) or JIS C 3663 (corresponding to IEC 60245), or Appendix 1 of Article 1 of the Ministerial Ordinance on stipulating technical requirements for the Electrical Appliance. Addition: Add the following paragraph after the third paragraph. An external earth wire of Class 0I equipment shall be green/yellow, and the length of external earth wire of plug with an external earth wire shall be equal or more than 10 cm from the plug Replacement: Add the following after the first paragraph. If power supply cord conductors comply with other standards, it shall comply with Japan indoor wiring regulation Replacement: Replace Table 18 by the following.

90 Attachment No. 3 age 55 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) 16.2 Replacement: J In the second paragraph, replace IEC by JIS C Addition: Add or CLASS 0I EQUIMENT used a plug with an external earth wire after the words, CLASS I EQUIMENT Replacement: In item b), replace IEC by JIS C A Addition: Equipment shall be so constructed that mechanical force is not transmitted to soldering section of appliance coupler when connector is inserted in or pulled out. This requirement is not applied to equipment which appliance coupler is securely fixed, and installation of appliance coupler is not relied solely on soldering.

91 Attachment No. 3 age 56 of 78 Report No.: J Japan (H26) Addition: Routine tests for dielectric strength shall be carried out during or after manufacturing of all apparatus. The insulation of the apparatus shall be checked by the following test. An a.c. test voltage of substantially sine-wave form, having mains frequency, or a d.c. test voltage or a combination of both with a peak value as specified in Table JA.1 is applied between the supply terminals connected in parallel and - terminals (refer to 8.4) regarded as accessible, and - accessible conductive parts respectively, that may become hazardous live in the event of an insulation fault as a result of incorrect assembly. NOTE 1 TERMINALS regarded as ACCESSIBLE and ACCESSIBLE conductive parts may be connected together during the electric strength test. J Before the test voltage is applied, intimate contact shall be made between the apparatus and the connection devices. Initially it is allowed to apply not more than half of the prescribed test voltage, then it is raised with a steepness not exceeding V/ms to the full value which is held for 1 s to 4 s. NOTE 2 A steepness of V/ms corresponds to the steepness of a sine-wave with a MAINS frequency of 60 Hz. During the test, MAINS switches and functional switches CONDUCTIVELY CONNECTED TO THE MAINS, if any, shall be in the on-position and it shall be ensured by suitable means that the test voltage is effectively connected to the apparatus. No flash-over or breakdown shall occur during the test. The test voltage source shall be provided with a current sensing (over-current) device which, when activated, gives an indication "unacceptable". When loaded up to and including the tripping current, the voltage source shall still deliver the prescribed voltage. NOTE 3 The tripping current should not exceed 100 ma. NOTE 4 Tripping of the current sensing device is regarded as a flash-over or breakdown.

92 Attachment No. 3 age 57 of 78 Report No.: AENDIX J3000 (H25) Special National conditions, National deviation and other information according to MITI Ordinance No General requirement When equipment provides with appliance inlet complying with JIS-C (2008), soldered parts of appliance inlet is not applied by force during insert or removal of connector. This is not applied when inlet body is fixed itself and not fixed by solder. 2 Requirement for equipment 2.1 Electric heater, and the matches that are connected in parallel to power regulation diode, and that there is no abnormality in a state of being opened diode 1. Compliance is checked by the following. - Diode 1 has a rated capacity of more than the current of the main circuit, a diode which are connected in parallel, that this is the same specifications. - When subjected to a temperature rise test as specified in 11 JIS C (2006) and uncoupled one of the diode connected in parallel, to conform thereto. " In and an electric heating device, it can be in one that is connected in parallel rectifier connected to the power supply to adjust the power consumption, and that there is no abnormality in a state where the rectifier 1 is opened. Compliance is checked by the following. - Rectifier 1 has a rated capacity of more than the current of the main circuit, rectifiers connected in parallel, that this is the same specifications. - The Addition 11. JIS C (2003), when subjected to temperature rise test specified in the individual requirements of the application, can be adapted to this in uncoupled one of the rectifier connected in parallel. " 2.2 Electronic heater with glowing heating elements Surface treatment by paint or adhesive on protective frame or protective mesh shall not be used. Caution marking like below shall be on -easily visible place of the equipment or -Instruction manual 3 Components used in equipment --

93 Attachment No. 3 age 58 of 78 Report No.: AENDIX J3000 (H25) Special National conditions, National deviation and other information according to MITI Ordinance No To be used for electric freezer Electric Cooling machines, electric washing machine, or electric refrigerator " To be used for electricity Freezer hood, electric fan, electric cooling machines, electric washing machine, or electric refrigerator Due to malfunction of the capacitor, which are housed to prevent the spread of flame or melt, the outer shell of metal or ceramic. However, the shell, there may be openings for connecting wires to the motor capacitor. Due to malfunction of the capacitor, which are housed to prevent nucleic acid melt or flame, the outer metal or ceramic. However, the shell, there may be openings for connecting wires to the motor capacitor. In this case, the expression "are housed in a ceramic shell or metal" is housed case ceramic (inner shell) metal or prevent the diffusion of the melt flame or means of the shell except the capacitor touches the test finger even if there to within 50mm of the capacitor is non-metallic section that refers to, housed along with capacitor not specified JIS C 4908 (2007) in the case of metal or ceramic thereof, and the melt or flame shall be deemed to prevent it from spreading. No non-metallic materials within 50 mm from capacitor surface Non-metallic material with 50 mm from capacitor surface comply with needle frame test of JIS (2003), Annex E Non-metallic material with 50 mm from capacitor surface comply with V-1 test of JIS C (2006) 3.2 lug directly inserted to outlet used refrigerator or electric freezer. Shall comply with - Face contact with outlet shall have CTI with more than 400 according to JIS C 2134(2007) or Supporting material of blades shall comply with glow wire test by temperature of 750 o C according to JIS C (2004) or JIS C (2004). Materials having glow wire frame temperature of 775 o C are acceptable. --

94 Attachment No. 3 age 59 of 78 Report No.: KR KR Republic of Korea Other Marking: Wording or an information regulated in IEC ublication 417 giving high voltage warning to layman shall be marked, if an apparatus contains a part more than 600 volts lugs for the connection of the apparatus to the supply mains and socket outlets for providing mains power to other apparatus shall comply with the Korean requirement (KSC8300 and 8305) Other Marking: Wording 고압주의 or an information regulated in IEC ublication 417 giving high voltage warning to layman shall be marked, if an apparatus contains a part more than 600 volts. lugs for the connection of the apparatus to the supply mains and socket outlets for providing mains power to other apparatus shall comply with the Korean requirement (KSC8300 and 8305) Radio frequency interference The apparatus shall comply with the relevant CISR requirements (EMC=EMI+EMS) 31. Radio frequency interference The apparatus shall comply with the relevant CISR requirements (EMC=EMI+EMS)

95 Attachment No. 3 age 60 of 78 Report No.: MY Malaysia Energy Commission circular no.1 year 2003 (no.1/2003) States that a Certificate of Approval is required for manufacturing, selling, Advertising, displaying or importing into Malaysia, electrical/electronic products Listed in Annex A. - The supply voltage in Malaysia is 240 Vac, at 50Hz. - Class 0 and 01 appliances are not allowed - 13A fused plug-tops shall comply to Malaysian standard (MS 589:art1:1997), if applicable. - 2-pin plug tops shall comply to Malaysian standard (MS 1578:2003) if applicable. MY

96 Attachment No. 3 age 61 of 78 Report No.: NZ New Zealand - (See AU Australia) - NZ SE Sweden 5.4 Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden SE To the end of the subclause the following is added: CLASS I apparatus which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via a plug or an appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other apparatus or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network TERMINALS and ACCESSIBLE parts, have a marking stating that the apparatus must be connected to an earthed MAINS socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Denmark: Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til stikproppens jord. In Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan" In Norway: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt In Sweden: Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag Norway and Sweden Add to the end of (after the compliance statement) the following: The screen of the coaxial cable of the television distribution system is normally not earthed at the entrance of the building and there is normally no equipotential bonding system within the building. Therefore the protective earthing of the building installation need to be isolated from the screen of a coaxial cable based television distribution system. It is however accepted to provide the insulation external to the apparatus by an adapter or an interconnection cable with galvanic isolator,

97 Attachment No. 3 age 62 of 78 Report No.: SE Sweden which may be provided by a retailer, for example. SE Annex B The user manual shall then have the following or similar information in Norwegian and Swedish language respectively, depending on in what country the apparatus is intended to be used in: Apparatus connected to the protective earthing of the building installation through the MAINS connection or through other apparatus with a connection to protective earthing and to a television distribution system using coaxial cable, may in some circumstances create a fire hazard. Connection to a television distribution system has therefore to be provided through a device providing electrical isolation below a certain frequency range (galvanic isolator, see EN ) NOTE In Norway, due to regulation for installations of CATV-installations, and in Sweden, a galvanic isolator shall provide electrical insulation below 5 MHz. The insulation shall withstand a dielectric strength of 1,5 kv r.m.s., 50 Hz or 60 Hz, for 1 min. Translation to Norwegian (the Swedish text will also be accepted in Norway): Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet utstyr og er tilkoplet et kabel-tv nett, kan forårsake brannfare. For å unngå dette skal det ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-tv nettet installeres en galvanisk isolator mellom utstyret og kabel-tv nettet. Translation to Swedish: Utrustning som är kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat vägguttag och/eller via annan utrustning och samtidigt är kopplad till kabel-tv nät kan i vissa fall medfőra risk főr brand. Főr att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av utrustningen till kabel-tv nät galvanisk isolator finnas mellan utrustningen och kabel-tv nätet. Finland, Norway and Sweden All sub clauses given below are sub clauses of IEC (ref. corrigenda 1 and 2 to IEC 62151). Subclause (corrigendum 2): Add after the first paragraph:

98 Attachment No. 3 age 63 of 78 Report No.: SE Sweden SE NOTE In Finland, Norway and Sweden, CLASS I equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation via a non-industrial plug or a non-industrial appliance coupler, or both and in addition is intended for connection to other equipment or a network shall, if safety relies on connection to protective earth or if surge suppressors are connected between the network terminals and ACCESSIBLE parts, has a marking stating that the equipment must be connected to an earthed mains socket-outlet. The marking text in the applicable countries shall be as follows: In Finland: Laite on liitettävä suojakoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan In Norway: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt In Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag" Subclause (corrrigendum 1) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE 3 In Norway, for requirements see 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 2) Add at the end of the subclause: NOTE In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Number the existing note as NOTE 1 and add at the end of the subclause the following NOTE 2: NOTE 2 In Norway, for requirements see 4.1.1, note and 5.3.1, note 1. Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add after the first test specifications paragraph:

99 Attachment No. 3 age 64 of 78 Report No.: SE Sweden SE NOTE 1 In Finland, Norway and Sweden, there are additional requirements for the insulation. Renumber the existing note as NOTE 2. For additional requirements for the insulation in Finland, Norway and Sweden in NOTE 1 the following text is added between the first and the second paragraph (this text is identical to the corresponding EN :2001): NOTE 1 In Finland, Norway and Sweden, if this insulation is solid, including insulation forming part of a component, it shall at least consist of eitherr two layers of thin sheet material, each of which shall pass the electric strength test below, or one layer having a distance through insulation of at least 0,4 mm, which shall pass the electric strength test below If this insulation forms part of a semiconductor component (e.g. an optocoupler), there is no distance through insulation requirement for the insulation consisting of an insulating compound completely filling the casing, so that CLEARANCES and CREEAGE DISTANCES do not exist, if the component passes the electric strength test in the accordance with the compliance clause below and in addition: passes the test and inspection criteria of 13.6 with an electric strength test of 10.3 using the test voltage of 1,5 kv multiplied by 1,6, and is subject to routine testing for electric strength during manufacturing, using a test voltage of1,5 kv (for performance of the test see N.2.1). It is permitted to bridge this insulation with a capacitor complying with EN :1994, subclass Y2. A capacitor classified Y3 according to EN :1994, may bridge this insulation under the following conditions: the insulation requirements are satisfied by having a capacitor classified Y3 as defined by EN

100 Attachment No. 3 age 65 of 78 Report No.: SE Sweden , which in addition to the Y3 testing, is tested with an impulse test of 2,5 kv defined in IEC 62151:2000, 6.2.1; SE the additional testing shall be performed on all the test specimens as described in EN ; the impulse test of 2,5 kv is to be performed before the endurance test in EN in the sequence of tests as described in EN Subclause (corrigendum 1) Add after the fourth dash: NOTE In Finland, Norway and Sweden, exclusions are applicable for equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring using screw terminals or other reliable means, and for equipment which is intended for connection to the building installation wiring via an industrial plug and socket-outlet or an appliance coupler, or both, complying with EN or with a comparable national standard Sweden The following requirements shall be fulfilled: Switches containing mercury such as thermostats, relays and level controllers are not allowed. Justification: Swedish Regulation KIFS 2008:2 and KIFS 2014:5

101 Attachment No. 3 age 66 of 78 Report No.: ATTACHMENT TO TEST REORT IEC USA NATIONAL DIFFERENCES Audio, Video and Similar Electronic Apparatus Safety Requirements Differences according to... : National standard UL 60065, 8 th Edition Attachment Form No... : US_ND_M Attachment Originator... : UL(US) Master Attachment... : Dated Copyright 2016 IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrical Equipment (IECEE), Geneva, Switzerland. All rights reserved. US United States of America rofessional apparatus may be evaluated to requirements in this standard, or to the requirements in UL Delete reference to Annex L: Electronic flash apparatus for photographic purposes. Replace this with reference to UL Mains connected apparatus intended for field installation complies with the National Electrical Code, ANSI, NFA Requirements of apparatus intended for outdoor use comply with applicable clause of Annex A Some apparatus covered by these requirements may also be required to comply with applicable requirements in other appropriate standards Apparatus with nonmetallic enclosures intended to be installed in air-handling spaces shall additionally comply with UL Baby Monitors shall comply with ASTM F The rated supply voltage for single phase apparatus is assumed to be 120V or 120/240V Minimum audio output is not less than 0.5 W per channel unless the maximum audio output is less than 0.5 W per channel An apparatus with multiple modes of operation, multiple signal input sources, or both, is operated according to the manufacturer's instructions to produce the maximum power input Table 2 - External supply sources are assumed to be capable of delivering 30 A, unless otherwise specified (UL no-load voltage and internal resistance values) As an alternative, TC thermistors may also comply with UL Test for conductive labels secured in place by adhesive US

102 Attachment No. 3 age 67 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America 5.2 Component power supplies and adapters complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill items "a" through "i" of this clause. 5.2f Rated mains frequency marking on apparatus 5.2i Date of manufacture marking 5.2j Factory origin identification marking 5.2k Combination of two graphical symbols and supplementary marking and/or single graphical symbol marking 5.2l Equipment rack marking for audio/video systems 5.2m Class I apparatus having touch current levels greater than 0.75 MIU and equal to or less than 3.5 MIU must be marked with a high touch current marking. 5.2n Marking on apparatus having grille/ventilation areas of the top surface that are permitted to have higher temperature rises according to Note b of Table 3 5.2o Marking for apparatus intended to be installed in air-handling spaces 5.3c Output terminals are marked with voltage, frequency and current or power; output terminals installed or interconnected in the field must be marked with the class of wiring 5.3d Speaker terminals are marked "Class 1 Wiring", "Class 2 Wiring" or "Class 3 Wiring". 5.3d Operation manual explains risks and proper connecting and insulating techniques when connecting a speaker 5.4d An explanation and illustration of safety related graphical symbols used on the apparatus are included in the user instructions preceding any operating instructions Important safety instructions are packed with each apparatus Outdoor use marking for apparatus having no protection against exposure to water 5.5.2e Deleted 5.5.2h Reference to IEC is replaced by UL When user operation and installation instructions contains instructions for use by service persons, the instructions are separate in format and preceded by a precautionary warning statement US

103 Attachment No. 3 age 68 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America 6.1 Compliance is checked in accordance with the requirements in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Chapter 1, Subchapter J, Sections , , and by measuring the radiation produced by the apparatus employing a production chassis 6.2 References to IEC are deleted 6.2 Apparatus is classified and labeled according to the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Chapter 1, Subchapter J, Sections , and Table 3: Delete reference to conditions h and i under Table item e for lithium batteries Table 3: Temperature limits for various classes of insulation systems according to UL Table 3, Note a: Materials rated in accordance with UL 746B may be used within their rated temperature Table 3, Note b: For grille/ventilation areas in the top surface directly above internal heat sinks, a temperature rise up to 65 K is allowed Table 3, Note d: Reference to IEC is replaced by UL Applies to thermoplastic materials only. A material temperature rating can be accepted in lieu of the softening temperature. 7.2 The softening test need not be performed on materials used in UL Listed or Recognized components 8.1 Metal parts are corrosion resistant Sleeving, tape, tubing, and wire insulation comply with UL 224, UL 510, or UL Component power supplies and their internal insulation complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause 8.16 As an option, winding wire insulation complies with the requirements in UL An all-pole switch or circuit breaker is not required to have contact separation of 3 mm 8.22 rinted wiring boards involved with the risk of electric shock comply with requirements in UL a a For audio signals of professional and commercial apparatus, 120 V r.m.s. For audio signals other than professional and commercial apparatus, 71 V r.m.s. US

104 Attachment No. 3 age 69 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America b Touch current carried out in accordance with UL 101 with the measuring instrument described in Annex D shall not exceed 0.5 MIU. Delete Note UL articulated finger (figure 18) used instead of the test probe B (IEC 61032) Reference to test probes 18 and 19 of IEC are deleted 10.4 Table 5, Note 1: With respect to mains voltages in the range of V (r.m.s.), the test voltages are considered to be 1414 V peak for basic and supplementary insulation and 2828 V peak for reinforced insulation 11 Component power supplies and their power transformers complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause 11.1 b) The permissible touch current for terminal contacts has been increased to 1.0 MIU Additional fuse testing is not required if the temperature is limited by fuses rinted Board flammability may meet UL 94 as an alternate to IEC Component power supply adaptors and their enclosures complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause Impact test uses the 50 mm steel sphere only Table 6 - Impact test criteria detailing impact location, impact energy and additional pass/fail results applied according to UL As an alternative, any number from one to three samples are permitted to be used in any combination that results in a total of three drops Handle strength test. When polymeric materials are involved, testing is to be conducted before and after the sub-clause stress relief test Test for enclosures, barriers, components and leads that rely on adhesive 13 Component power supplies and their power transformers complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause The material group is verified according to UL 746A 13.4 Reference to the IEC TI test is deleted US

105 Attachment No. 3 age 70 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America Reference to IEC and IEC are replaced by UL 796 and UL 746C respectively Coated printed wiring boards comply with UL 746C Multilayer printed boards comply with relevant requirements in UL Annex Y and additional component requirements applied according to UL Component power supplies and their resistors complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause 14.3 Component power supplies and their capacitors complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause As an alternative, a component such as a capacitor, a combination capacitor and resistor may comply with UL As an alternative, a capacitor or a combination capacitor and resistor may comply with UL Components subjected to the requirements in and also comply with UL enclosure requirements 14.4 Component power supplies and their inductors and windings complying with UL 1310, UL or are considered to fulfill this clause High voltage materials are rated V-2 minimum, and tested either to or to as applicable Component as described in a), b) and c) is tested to High voltage arcing test replaces the High voltage transformers and multipliers test deleted Component part flame test High voltage isolating component test Thermal cut-outs comply with UL 873 or UL Thermal links comply with UL Fuse links comply with UL Reference to IEC is deleted US

106 Attachment No. 3 age 71 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America re-arcing time/current characteristic and breaking capacity marking requirements are deleted As an alternative, a TC thermistor may comply with requirements of UL V-1 requirement for encapsulation or tubing is deleted A Other protective devices directly connected to the mains have adequate breaking capacity and comply with UL 873, UL 1416, UL1417 or UL Reference to IEC is deleted Switches and relays comply with UL 1054, UL or UL Mains switch or relay are rated for the total rated current consumption of the apparatus Rating of a mains switch or relay in audio apparatus intended for commercial use Deleted A switch or relay that controls a mains socketoutlet have a rating equal to the rated current consumption of the apparatus plus the current rating of the socket-outlet Mains switches comply with (a), (b) or (c). The contacts of a mains relay complies with (a), (b) or (d). A switch that controls a mains a Switch or relay contacts have an rms current rating equal to or greater than the peak inrush current of the apparatus divided by 10,when: - the rms current during normal operation controlled by the switch is less than or equal to ½ the rms rating of the switch, and - the switch has double or multiple poles controlling the mains current, either in series or switching each mains line b Switch or relay is TV rated c d Switch is located on the back of apparatus and is not operable from a remote control Relay is to be subjected to the Relay Endurance test eak Inrush Current test Relay Endurance test Double pole switch controlling a.c. and d.c. circuits US

107 Attachment No. 3 age 72 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America 14.8 The jointed test finger (figure 18) is used to determine accessibility and operation of the interlock Reference to IEC is replaced by UL Internal rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries that are replaceable by the user or skilled persons shall additionally comply with Test requirements from UL 2054 are added for special battery packs that are removable by the user from the apparatus and may be carried separately from the apparatus Short circuit test, Abnormal charging test, Forced-discharge test, and 250-N steady force test Note: Consumer grade, non-rechargeable carbon-zinc or alkaline batteries are not subjected to the tests specified in As an alternative, one sample may be subjected to three drops As an alternative, the overcurrent protective device in the apparatus battery-supply circuit is not required if the apparatus is intended to be connected to a vehicle power outlet using a UL 2089 vehicle battery adapter Component power supplies and their optocouplers complying with UL 1310, UL or UL are considered to fulfill this clause Optocouplers comply with UL Optocouplers bridging reinforced insulation comply with requirements for double protection as specified in UL Requirements for internal clearances, creepage distances and distance through insulation are deleted Reference to IEC replaced by UL Required flammability is according to either IEC or UL All references to IEC are deleted Nominal discharge current test according to UL 840 is acceptable as an alternative to combination pulse test For thermal stress test, resistance value of 250 Ω is replaced by 100 Ω US

108 Attachment No. 3 age 73 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America Attachment plug current rating (no less than 125% of the current drawn under normal operating conditions) and voltage rating Configuration and electrical rating of an attachment plug for apparatus designed to be used on more than one supply voltage by means of a voltage selector olarized attachment plug Wire gauge of conductors and internal wiring connecting mains socket-outlets Means of output connections on an audio amplifier having an open-circuit audio output voltage not limited to 120 V that is permanently connected to the mains Quick-connect terminals shall comply with the following: a) Male tabs firmly mounted in place; b) Mating female connectors provided with the apparatus; c) Strain Relief Test of Clause 16.5; d) Installation instructions provided for assembly of terminal to a conductor and strain relief e) Terminals are appropriate for use with the size and type of wire specified Audio amplifiers having an audio output not limited to 120 V that are connected to the mains by a flexible cord 15.2 rotective earthing conductor termination construction 15.2 Cross-sectional area of the earthing conductor in a supply cord or in an interconnecting cable 15.2 Earthing conductors may have green or green/yellow insulation Reference to IEC replaced by Article 310 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFA Table 15 - "AWG" replace mm2 values 15.4 Component power supply adaptors complying with UL 1310, UL or UL fulfill this clause Construction of the mains plug blade assembly complies with UL Direct plug-in units designed for use by travelers comply with UL Reference in the first paragraph to sheathed flexible cords is deleted US

109 Attachment No. 3 age 74 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America 16.1 References to IEC and IEC are deleted 16.1 Type complying with UL 817, ampacity and VW-1 marking of mains supply flexible cords 16.1 Table 17A - Cords for apparatus 16.1 Table 17A: Certain supply apparatus may be provided with a supply cord having 0,5 m minimum length 16.2 ower supply cord earthing conductor size 16.2 Reference to IEC , Table 3B is replaced by Article 400 of the National Electrical Code 16.2 Table 18 - Upper current limit in column 1 increased from 16 to 30 A and "AWG" wire sizes used 16.3 c) Flexible cords not complying with 16.1, used as connection between the apparatus and other apparatus are marked VW When polymeric materials are involved, strain and twist testing is to be conducted before and after the sub-clause stress relief test Expanded to include all cart/stand parts supplied by the manufacturer, such as casters and brackets. Suitable assembly instructions are required Relevant fixing means are not required when installation is to be done by a skilled person Termination of aluminum conductors used as internal wiring An accessory was investigated to determine that: a). The accessory, and the combination of the accessory and the apparatus presents no hazard in the sense of this standard, and b). The accessory is provided with installation instructions a) The mechanical positioning is accomplished by means of tools normally available or by means of special tools provided as part of the installation kit, b) The electrical connections are made by using existing terminals and connections in the apparatus or the building wiring 18.1 Requirements apply to picture tubes with a maximum face dimension exceeding 7.5 cm A bulb of a picture tube having a face diameter of 7.5 cm or more shall be mounted in an enclosure Output cord marked VW-1 US

110 Attachment No. 3 age 75 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America 18.1 Enclosure opening dimensions 18.1 Reference to IEC replaced by UL Test of 19.4 applies only to: - apparatus with a direct-view CRT having a diagonal dimension of 48 cm or greater, or - apparatus, excluding loudspeaker systems, with a mass greater than 47 kg, or - apparatus, excluding loudspeaker systems, with a mass of 25 kg or more having a height of 1 m or more The tests in 19.1, , and 19.4 do not cause the apparatus to overturn The test in does not cause the apparatus to slide 19.1 When polymeric materials are involved, testing in conducted before and after the subclause stress relief test References to an apparatus in combination with a supplied cart or recommended stand deleted 19.2 References to an apparatus in combination with a supplied cart or recommended stand deleted 19.3 References to an apparatus in combination with a supplied cart or recommended stand deleted Glass Slide test 19.4 Horizontal force stability test using Table 20A values from UL Reference to the impact hammer in the first compliance paragraph is deleted 19.7 Includes Equipment Rack Mounting test a Deleted b b Exception for parts such as protection TV lenses, loudspeaker parts, external accessories, and fibrous materials Reference to IEC is replaced by UL Sleeving, extruded tubing and insulation on wiring are rated VW-1: a). wiring located in a circuit that is considered a potential ignition source, or b). wiring not located in a circuit that is a potential ignition source but is in contact with wiring located in a circuit that is a potential ignition source. US

111 Attachment No. 3 age 76 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America Tape in contact with parts of circuits that are potential ignition sources is flame retardant rinted wiring boards, on which the available power as the connection exceeds 15 W or the operating voltage exceeds 50 V a.c. or d.c under normal operating conditions, is of flammability category V-1 or better Reference to IEC replaced by UL Exception for printed boards housed in metal enclosures is deleted Option to use Clause G.1 of Annex G is deleted Components and parts comply with the relevant flammability category according to UL 94 as specified in table Component power supplies complying with UL1310, UL or UL fulfill this clause Table 21 - Flammability categories for components and parts Fire enclosure required: 1) circuits and components where the available power exceeds 15 W, 2) inductors and windings conductively connected to the mains, and 3) high-voltage products The fire enclosure complies with the flammability requirements of Table 22 according to UL 94 and 746C Reference to IEC or clause G.1 of annex G replaced by UL 94 or UL 746C Table 22 - Flammability categories for fire enclosures Internal fire enclosures openings and material requirements Compliance is checked by inspection and measurement and using the articulated finger probe, figure Outer enclosures have a minimum flammability rating of HB when an internal fire enclosure is provided US

112 Attachment No. 3 age 77 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America A.1 Apparatus intended for outdoor use or for wet locations has any of the following attributes: a) provided with a means to be transportable, b) has a mass less than 35 kg, c) can be battery operated, or d) associated literature states or implies such use A.1 An apparatus as described in a), b), or c) above that is marked as specified in a) is not intended for outdoor or wet location use A.1 Apparatus permanently installed outdoors is considered to be for permanent outdoor use A A Outdoor Location -an unprotected location exposed to weather Wet Location - in direct connect with earth, and locations subject to saturation with water A.5 Clauses A.5, A.5.2 and A are deleted A Touch current test after the water spray test described in A A.10 Clauses A.10, A.10.2 and A are deleted A Apparatus subjected to the water spray test specified in UL 1598 A.16.1 Flexible cords are suitable for outdoor use A Enclosures for an apparatus intended for permanent outdoor location comply with requirements for Type 3 enclosures in UL 50 B IEC Clause 4 applies except for 4.1.2, 4.1.3, and B B B B The requirements of are replaced by the requirements of of UL Voltages on the TNV-0 circuits, TNV-1 circuits and accessible conductive parts in the event of a single insulation fault Apparatus intended to be connected to telecommunication networks and having ringing voltages applied to the apparatus is subjected to touch current limits in accordance with clause of UL or DV.1 of UL Telecommunication network that uses outside cable complies with the requirements for protection against overvoltage from power line crosses per 6.4 of UL or 6.7DV.1 of UL US

113 Attachment No. 3 age 78 of 78 Report No.: US United States of America B B Apparatus intended to be connected directly or indirectly to Telecommunication networks and containing an earphone which is held against or in the ear are subjected to Acoustic Tests of UL or UL Apparatus provided with appropriate markings and instructions as described in Annex NAA of UL or Annex DVK (Annex F.4) of UL D Reference to IEC replaced by UL 101 D Add touch current value in MIU where MIU = U2 x 2 (r.m.s. value) G Annex G is deleted L Annex L is deleted Q Safety requirements for video apparatus for use in health care facilities R Safety requirements for under-cabinet apparatus S T U V W X Safety requirements for in-wall mounted apparatus Safety requirements for apparatus with projection lamps Safety requirements for permanently connected apparatus Safety requirements for carts, stands, and similar apparatus for use with specific apparatus covered by this standard Construction details for a 0.02-ohm shunt for use in the peak inrush-current measurement Manufacturing and production-line tests and verification Y Standards for components US --End--

114 Attachment No. 4 age 1 of 2 Report No.: hoto documentation Details of: Component side view Details of: Component side view

115 Attachment No. 4 age 2 of 2 Report No.: hoto documentation Details of: Trace side view ---END---

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