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AS NZS 61058.1:2020 pdf free.Switches for appliances Part 1: General requirements (IEC 61058-1:2016 (ED. 4.0) MOD).
5 General information on tests
5.1 Testing shall be performed according to the general guideline information provided in Clause 5
5.1.1 In general, the test conditions for higher ratings of a switch may represent test conditions for lower ratings. See 5.2.
5.1.2 In all tests, the measuring instruments or the measuring means shall be such as not to affect appreciably the quantity being measured.
5.1.3 If only one of the specimen does not satisfy the requirements of a test in Clauses 14, 15, 16 and 17 (Clause 17 in IEC 61058-1-1:2016 or IEC 61058-1-2:2016), that test and any preceding which may have influenced the results of the test shall be repeated and also the tests which follow shall be carried out in the required sequence with new specimens, all of which shall comply with the requirements.
5.1.4 Unless otherwise specified in this standard, the specimens are tested as delivered, at an ambient temperature of 25 °C ± 10 °C.
5.1.5 The specimens are mounted as declared by the manufacturer, but, if significant, using the most unfavourable method if more than one method is declared.
5.1.6 For the tests of this standard, actuation may be performed by test equipment. Actuation may be applied to either the actuating member or the actuating means. A switch is not required to provide the actuating member if it is declared to be detachable.
5.1.7 Switches to be used with a non-detachable conductor are tested with the appropriate conductor connected.
5.1.8 If the switches are provided with tabs, for the tests according to Clauses 16 (in IEC 61058-1) and 17 (in IEC 61058-1-1:2016 or IEC 61058-1-2:2016), new female connectors shall be used. The female connectors shall be of a type suitable for the rated ambient temperature of the switch, and the crimped conductors shall be soldered or welded to the crimping area of the female connector, if any.
5.1.9 If it is necessary to have parts with double insulation or reinforced insulation in switches for class 0 or class I appliances, such parts are checked for compliance with the requirements specified for switches for class II appliances. Similarly if it is necessary to have parts in switches operating at SELV, such parts are also checked for compliance with the requirements specified for switches for class Ill appliances.
5.2 Electrical information
5.2.1 When more than one rating is combined or represented by testing as described below, the following applies to all testing.
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