Practical Guide to Low Voltage Directive

Practical Guide to Low Voltage Directive

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Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking. Products cannot leave your firm without it. This book provides essential and informative reading for company directors, engineers, designers and students designing, manufacturing or studying the design of electrical products covered by the Low Voltage Directive. Unlike many textbooks that offer general guidance only this book provides illustrated examples of non-compliant products and suggests solutions. It also provides detailed guidance notes to EN60950 - one of the most widely used harmonised standards. Gregg Kervill is an international consultant on European regulations and North American product safety standards. His clients include blue chip and Fortune 500 companies as well as Government agencies. Gregg Kervill advises his clients on self-declaration of the Low Voltage Directive. A guide to LVD compliance for managers and engineers alike Clear, concise guidance through a legislative minefield Essential for companies all over EuropeFuses should not blow when the equipment is energized - a useful test we can a#39; borrowa#39; from the Canadian Standards ... time delay a€” slow blow 250V 5A F 250 volt, will pass 5 amp maximum steady state, fast blow 250V 5A F (H) 250 volt, will anbsp;...

Title:Practical Guide to Low Voltage Directive
Author: Gregg Kervill
Publisher:Newnes - 1998-08-25

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