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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB 14536.10-2008 (GB14536.10-2008)
Description (Translated English) [GB/T 14536.10-2008] Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use. Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls
Sector / Industry National Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard K09
Classification of International Standard 29.130
Word Count Estimation 34,386
Date of Issue 2008-09-19
Date of Implementation 2009-06-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB 14536.10-1996
Quoted Standard GB 14536.1-2008
Adopted Standard IEC 60730-2-9-2004 (ED2.2), IDT
Drafting Organization China Electric Apparatus Research Institute
Administrative Organization National Standardization Technical Committee of home automation controller
Regulation (derived from) Announcement of Newly Approved National Standards No. 16 of 2008 (No. 129 overall)
Proposing organization China Electrical Equipment Industry Association
Issuing agency(ies) Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China; Standardization Administration of China
Summary This Chinese standard applies to household and similar electrical equipment for use in electric automatic temperature -sensitive controller, or used in conjunction with automatic temperature -sensitive electrical controllers, which are used in heating, air conditioning and electrical controls similar purposes, its control is the use of electrical equipment may be electricity, gas, oil, solid fuel, solar energy, or combinations thereof. This standard applies to an NTC or PTC thermistor Automatic electrical controls, the additional requirements in Appendix J. This standard applies to the inherent temperature-sensitive controllers and equipment safety and security-related operating values ??, operating time and operating procedures, but also for household and similar electrical appliances or together with the use of these appliances Automatic electrical controls for tests.

GB 14536.10-2008
Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use.Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls
ICS 29.130
K09
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Replacing GB 14536.10-1996
Household and similar electrical automatic controller
Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls
(IEC 60730-2-9.2004 (Ed2.2), IDT)
Posted 2008-09-19
2009-06-01 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China
Standardization Administration of China released
Table of Contents
Introduction Ⅲ
IEC Introduction Ⅴ
1 Scope and normative references 1
2 Definitions 1
3 3 General requirements
4 General notes 3
Rating 4 5
6 Category 4
Profile 4 7
8 5 Protection against electric shock
9 ground protection measures 5
10 Terminals and terminations 6
11 structural requirements 6
8 12 moisture and dust
13 Electric strength and insulation resistance 8
Fever 14 9
15 Manufacturing deviation and drift 9
16 10 Environmental Stress
17 10 Durability
Mechanical strength 18 13
19 Threaded parts and connections 14
20 creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation through 14
21 heat, fire and tracking-resistant 14
Corrosion 22 15
23 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) emission requirements --- 15
24 assembly 15
25 normal operation 15
26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements --- Immunity 15
27 non-normal operation 15
28 Guidelines for the use of electronic disconnecting 15
Appendix 16
Annex C (normative) mercury switch test cotton 16
Annex D (informative) heat, fuel and tracking 16
Requirements Annex H (normative) electronic controller 16
Requirements Appendix J (normative) thermistor controller 19
Annex AA (informative) Maximum manufacturing deviation and drift 20
Appendix BB (informative) time constant 21
Number 23 Annex CC (informative) controller and standalone installations with wire controller cycle
Appendix DD (normative) agricultural greenhouses by the controller 24
Foreword
All technical content in this section is mandatory.
GB 14536 "Household and similar electrical automatic controller" is divided into two parts.
Part 1.
GB 14536.1 General requirements
Part 2.
GB 14536.3 - Particular requirements for thermal motor protectors
Particular requirements GB 14536.4 tubular fluorescent lamp ballasts thermal protectors
GB 14536.5 sealed and semi-hermetic motor compressor motor - Particular requirements for thermal protectors
GB 14536.6 Particular requirements for automatic electrical burner control systems
GB 14536.7 pressure sensitive Particular requirements for electrical controls
GB 14536.8 Particular requirements for timers and time switches
GB 14536.9 Particular requirements for electrically operated water valves (including mechanical requirements)
GB 14536.10 - Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls
GB 14536.11 Particular requirements for motor starting relays
GB 14536.12 - Particular requirements for energy regulators
GB 14536.13 Particular requirements for electrically operated door locks
GB 14536.14 - Particular requirements for household washing machine controller
GB 14536.15 Particular requirements for humidity sensing controls
GB 14536.16 Particular requirements for electric actuators
Special requirements of the float or electrode-sensitive automatic electrical water level sensing controller GB 14536.17 in boiler used
GB 14536.18 float type for household and similar use Particular requirements for water level controller
GB 14536.19 Particular requirements for electrically operated gas valves, including mechanical requirements
This section is equivalent to using the International Electrotechnical Commission IEC 60730-2-9.2004 (Version 2.2) "household and similar use automatic control
Part is 2-9. Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls. "
For ease of use, this section made the following editorial changes.
a) "The 2-9" be replaced by "this section";
b) use a decimal point instead of a decimal comma ",". ",";
c) increase the national standard foreword.
This Part replaces GB 14536.10-1996 "household and similar use Particular requirements for electrical controls for temperature sensing controls"
(Idt IEC 60730-2-9.1992).
Compared with GB 14536.10-1996 part of the main changes are as follows.
a) The addition of appendix J, Appendix DD;
b) In Chapter 17, the Chinese used instead of the overload test pressure test;
c) In Chapter 23, Chapter 26, Appendix H changed greatly;
d) "in some countries" to name specific countries.
This section should be GB 14536.1-2008 (identical with IEC 60730-1.2003) with the use, if the version of the difference may be due
Can cause problems when used in this section, you should refer to the appropriate version of the original IEC standard.
This part of the Appendix C, Appendix H, Appendix J, Appendix DD normative appendix; Appendix D, Appendix AA, Appendix BB, CC is owned Appendix
Material appendix.
This part is proposed by the China Electrical Equipment Industrial Association.
This part of the National Standardization Technical Committee household automatic control (SAC/TC212) centralized.
This section drafted by. China Electric Apparatus Research Institute, Ltd. Foshan Tongbao.
Participated in the drafting of this section. Strix (Guangzhou) Electric Co., Ltd., Shunde District of Foshan City Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Miharu, Guangzhou
Household appliances detection, Jiangsu Baoying electrical plant, Zhejiang Yan Thermostat Ltd., Guangdong Kelon Electrical Holdings Company Limited, Emerson Electric
(Shenzhen) Co., Ltd., Zhuhai Gree Electric Appliance Co., Ltd., Foshan City, Kowloon machine (thermostat) Factory, China Games Po (Headquarters) laboratory, rather
CIQ wave electrical safety testing center, Shanghai Exit Inspection and Quarantine.
Drafters of this section. Huang Kaiyun, wheat harvest, Cheung your left, Shao Zhicheng, hole Rui Xun, Yang wind and thunder, Chen Yonglong, HUANG Xiao-feng, Li Qin Wei, Zhang and Zhu
Zhou Yang, Xu Shaohui, Sun Guangjiong, Gan Hongsheng.
This part of the standard replaces the previous editions are.
--- GB 14536.10-1996.
IEC Foreword
1) The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC ) is a worldwide standardization group composed of all national electrotechnical committees (IEC National Committees)
Organizations. The object of IEC is to promote international cooperation in the countries electricians and standardized electronic field all questions. For this purpose
IEC addition to other activities, but also publishes International Standards, technical specifications, technical reports and guidelines (hereinafter referred to as "IEC
Publications "). The formulation of these publications is entrusted to technical committees to complete any IEC National Committee, as long as
Interested in this technique, may participate in this preparatory work. Liaising with the IEC international, governmental and non-governmental organizations
Also participate in this work. IEC and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO ) in accordance with the conditions specified in the agreement, close cooperation.
2) IEC IEC National Committees on technical issues formal decisions or agreements of particular concern on this issue with all the skills to participate
Technique developed by the Commission and, where possible expressed consensus on the issues involved in the international arena.
3) IEC Publications have the form of recommendations for international use, and in this sense recognized by the National Committees, should make every effort to ensure
Paul IEC standard technology content is correct, IEC for any incorrect translation in use end-user irresponsible.
4) In order to promote international unification, IEC National Committees should clearly maximize the IEC international standards into the country
Standard or region. In case of any difference between the standard and the corresponding national or regional standard IEC , should be national standards or
Regional standards clearly stated.
5) IEC not developed any sign of approval procedures. If a device when its declaration of conformity with an IEC standard, IEC this
Assumes no responsibility.
6) All users should ensure that they have the latest version of this publication.
7) IEC or its managers, employees, agents or employees including experts, members of the Technical Committee and the National Commission on the use of IEC
Any personal injury caused by the IEC publication, property damage or any loss directly or indirectly caused by natural disasters and fees
Use (including legal fees) and expenses exceed IEC publication irresponsible.
8) Note that the standard references mentioned in this publication. Publication reference standard for the correct application of this standard is indispensable.
9) Some standards of international publications will involve patents, IEC these patent rights will not be responsible.
IEC 60730-2-9 international standard by the IEC /T C72. home automation controller Technical Committee.
IEC 60730-2-9 second edition (2000) [documents 72/431/FDIS and 72/449/RVD], Rev. 1 (2002) [documents 72 /
544/FDIS and 72/551/RVD] and Rev. 2 (2004) [documents 72/643/FDIS and 72/655/RVD] basis.
The version number of 2.2.
Vertical line indicates that the boundary has been revised version member basis Amendment 1 and Amendment 2 pieces.
This section and supporting the use of IEC 60730-1. In the third edition (1999) is based publications. Update of IEC 60730-1 gives consideration
Version or revision member.
This part supplements or modifies the corresponding IEC 60730-1 chapter, to make it into the IEC standard. Safety requirements for temperature sensing controls.
In this section, where marked "increase", "modification" or "replacement" of the Department, GB 14536.1 of the corresponding requirements, test specifications or comments should be
Amended accordingly.
Where the place without modification, in the corresponding section of this chapter or article written for.
In the development of a complete international standard-setting process, we must take into account the different requirements of the actual situation around the world is formed, and the promise
Recognize differences among national electrical systems and wiring rules.
Note. The differences between countries, with explanation given "in some countries" in the form of these differences, see the following articles.
--- 4.1.101;
--- Table 7.2, note 102;
--- 11.4.3.101;
--- 11.4.101;
--- 11.101;
--- 12.101.3;
--- 13.2;
--- 17.8.4.101;
--- 17.15.1.3;
--- 17.15.1.3.1;
--- 17.16.102;
--- 17.16.105;
--- 18.102.3;
--- 23.101;
--- Appendix C;
--- Appendix D;
--- Appendix AA;
--- CC. 2;
--- DD. 9.2.
Note.
In this publication.
1 Use the following fonts.
--- Requirements Body. roman;
--- Test specifications. italic;
--- Note matters. small roman type.
2 GB 14536.1 on the basis of increase of bar charts or note from a number of 101, an increase of appendix AA, BB, etc. Annex.
The Commission has decided to base publication and its amendments in IEC member directory website http. // webstore. iec. Paul announced before ch
Unchanged. In the meantime, the publication will be.
● re-confirmation;
● Cancel;
● The revision replaced or
● Amendment.
Household and similar electrical automatic controller
Particular requirements for temperature sensing controls
1 Scope and normative references
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
1.1 Replacement.
This section applies to household and similar electrical equipment for use in electric automatic temperature sensing controls, or used in conjunction with its electrical automatic
Temperature-sensitive controllers, which are used in heating, air conditioning and similar use electric automatic controller, it can control the electrical equipment
So the use of electricity, gas, oil, solid fuel, solar energy, or a combination thereof.
Automatic electrical controls in this section apply to the use NTC or PTC thermistor, the additional requirements in Appendix J.
1.1.1 This part of the temperature sensing controls inherent safety and security equipment and related operating values apply to operation time and operating procedures,
Also applies to household and similar electrical appliances or those connected with the use of electrical test automatic controller.
Note. Examples of these controllers include boiler thermostat, fan controllers, temperature limiters and thermal cut.
This section does not apply to electrical controls specifically designed for industrial use.
This section applies to the control unit controller as part of the system, but also applies to multi-function controller with no power output
Combined into one group controller unit controller.
This section applies to those non-common household electrical appliances equipment design but the public can still be used in the electrical controls. These devices
Including commercial equipment, light industry and agriculture in the non-professional use.
1.1.2 This section also applies to the safety requirements of the controller with a non-thermal power output, such as refrigeration or gas flow controller.
1.1.3 This section applies to electrical controller within the range used in GB 4706.
Note. Throughout this section the term "device" includes "appliance" and "control."
1.1.4 This section also applies to manual and automatic controllers control electrical or mechanical one.
Note. The manual switch is not formed part of the requirements of automatic controller, see GB 15092.1.
1.1.5 This section applies to a single operation in this section the term means.
1.2 Replacement.
This section applies to the rated voltage not exceeding 690V, rated current not exceeding 63A controller.
1.3 Replacement.
This section does not consider the response of the controller in the device installation methods relating to the operation of the automatic controller. If the response is important
Purpose is to protect the user or the environment, the response should be used to determine the response of home appliances in the corresponding standard, or by the system
Manufacturer applies the response.
1.4 Replacement.
This section also applies to controllers equipped with electronic devices, which are specified in Annex H.
1.5 Reference Standard
GB 14536.1-2008 this provision, is applicable except as follows.
increase.
GB 4706 (all parts) Household and similar electrical appliances (corresponds to IEC 60335)
GB Requirements and application guide for the 9816-1998 thermal fuse (IEC 60691.1993, IDT)
2 Definitions
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
2.2 is defined by use classification controller
2.2.9 Replacement.
2.2.9
Only one-time controller with a predetermined operating temperature-sensitive element requires a complete replacement operations.
2.2.9.1
With a single operation means bimetallic temperature-sensitive element.
Note 1. bimetallic single operation device at a temperature above stated can not be reset, see 11.4.103.
Note 2. The thermal fuse (thermal fuse is not reset) requirements, see GB 9816.
2.2.9.2
Part of the controller, the operation having only one non-bimetal element, and the action can not be separated from other functions of the controller, dynamic
Necessary or completely replace the part after work.
NOTE. When the parts can be individually tested, the member is considered to be within the thermal fuse GB 9816 range.
2.2.9.2.1
Tf
Under specified conditions declared by the manufacturer measured, when the non-bimetallic single operation device cause the controller to change the conductive state
, Its temperature sensitive components.
2.2.9.2.2
Tc
Under specified conditions declared by the manufacturer, within the prescribed period of time, non-bimetallic single operation devices will not cause the controller to the conductive
When the state changes, the highest temperature-sensitive element.
2.2.9.2.3
Tm
Sensitive elements declared by the manufacturer of non-metallic disposable device operating temperature. This temperature, conductivity control state change occurs
Mechanical and electrical characteristics of the device within the specified period of time does not diminish.
2.2.19
Add the following note of the statement in the definition.
In general, the temperature controller is an operating controller.
2.2.20
Add the following note of the statement in the definition.
Under normal circumstances, the circuit breaker is a protective thermal controller.
Addition of provisions.
2.2.101
Independently mounted or built-in type for controlling the temperature of the thermostat living space.
2.2.102
It means for controlling the temperature of the fan or blower working sensitive automatic controller.
2.2.103
It means for controlling the temperature of the liquid or boiler thermostat.
2.2.104
Thereby to control the temperature between the upper and lower limits of the thermostat by entering a continuous control of the load.
2.2.105
It can be caused by the cutting action of the voltage to maintain its thermal cut-off state.
2.2.106
It means for agricultural greenhouse controller.
2.3 function controller and related definitions
2.3.14 increase definition.
2.3.14.101
It refers to the temperature-sensitive controller to start the change of instantaneous response.
2.5 definitions associated with different controller structures
2.5.101
Start by first pushing elements then rotate the controller to achieve the start of a two-step start.
2.5.102
By first pulling and then rotating the controller starting element to achieve the start of a two-step start.
3 General requirements
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter shall apply.
General Description 4 Test
4.1 Test conditions
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
4.1.7 Not applicable.
Addition of provisions.
4.1.101 departure from this part of the test object, unless otherwise specified, during abnormal operation offset the ambient temperature exceeds Tmax, cause people
Workers reset thermal cut bimetallic single operation or driving device operation temperature is negligible.
NOTE. In Canada and the United States, these requirements apply only to bimetallic single operation devices.
4.1.102 For the operating temperature exceeds Tmax manual reset thermal cut-and bimetallic single operation device, if desired may be raised
Temperature sensitive element, in order to achieve the number of cycles required for the test.
4.2 Sample Requirements
4.2.1 Addition.
For bimetallic single operation, it will need 6 samples tested Chapter 15.
NOTE. Test Chapter 17 of the need to increase the sample.
5 RATINGS
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter shall apply.
Category 6
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter are applicable except as follows.
6.4 Classification by automatically operating characteristics
6.4.3 increase provisions.
6.4.3.101 sensor or the sensor is connected to a member of the cutting device leakage, operate without any increase in the value of moving sensitive
For (2.N type operation).
After action by 17.101 6.4.3.102 provisions of a declaration of a heat cycle test performed (2.P type operation).
In general, only for special purposes thermal cutting, for example. pressurized water heating system can be classified into 2. P-type action.
6.4.3.103 only push - pull or turn start - the starting rotation after triggering action, which rely solely on the rotation of the starter element reset or return to the off position
(1.X or 2.X type of action).
6.4.3.104 only push - pull or turn start - the starting rotation after triggering action (1.Z or 2.Z type action).
6.4.3.105 under electrical load conditions can not be reset action (1.AK or 2.AK type action).
6.4.3.106 action after the specified agricultural environmental exposure operation (1.AM or 2.AM type action).
6.7 by means breaking the limits of ambient temperature classification
Addition of provisions.
Controller 6.7.101 for a cooking appliance
6.7.102 controller for self-cleaning oven
Controller 6.7.103 for food processing appliance
6.8.3 Review.
Instead of the first paragraph with the following.
For controllers with a line, vertical controller, stand-alone installation or integrated controller using a non-electric energy controller device.
6.15 Classification by structure
Addition of provisions.
6.15.101 member containing liquid metal controller.
7 Information
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
7.2 provide information on the way
Table 7.2
increase.
Information chapter, strip method
The maximum temperature (different from the requirements of Article 105 of) 101) 18.102 X 101 sensitive element
102 Time constant 2.3.14.101,11.101 X
103 SOD reset temperature (-35 ℃ or 0 ℃) 2.2.9,11.4.103 X
104 the number of cycles bimetallic single operation device reset 0 ℃ in 17.15.3.1 X
Table 7.2 (Continued)
Information chapter, strip method
105 17.16.107 highest test temperature (Te) of the sensitive element 6.7.102,17.16.107 D
106 component containing the liquid metal controller 102) 6.15.101,11.1.101,18.102 D
107 tensile yield strength 11.1.101 X
Minimum current 108 23.101 test 103) 23.101 D
109 Tmax1 the controller can continue to maintain the operation state has to make the controller does not exceed
Table 14.1 allowable temperature maximum ambient temperature of 105)
14.4.3.1 D
The longest 105)
14.4.3.1 D
111 higher than its value when manual reset or voltage maintained thermal cut should not have automatic
Reset temperature limit (not higher than -20 ℃)
2.2.105,11.4.106,17.16.104.1,
17.16.108
112 for 2. Test Method P-type controller 17.101 X
Click rate 113 CISPR14-1 test when N or off moving per minute
For times
23 X
114 Rated operating temperature (Tf) 2.2.9.2.1,17.15.2 C
115 holding temperature (Tc) 2.2.9.2.2,17.15.2 D
116 upper limit temperature (Tm) 2.2.9.2.3,17.15.2 D
117 Farm thermostat
2.2.106,6.4.3.106,11.4.107,
11.6.3.101, Appendix DD
Note.
Add the following footnote.
101) This statement applies only to temperature-sensitive controller containing a liquid metal. For the self-cleaning oven for temperature sensing controls, declared
Temperature may only cooking operation.
102) in China, does not allow the use of liquid metal in cooking and food processing machine.
In Germany, the use of liquid metal on the controller must be marked with a special sign of the controller. Documentation (D) must clearly indicate the possible
Real danger. The following signs are used to identify such controllers. △! .
103) When you do not specify minimum test value selected 15mA.
105) device manufacturers should consider making has voltage maintained thermal cut-off of power supply can reset the minimum time information about the operation.
8 Protection against electric shock
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
8.2 starting element and starter
8.2.3 Note. The "For fixed line connected to the controller," and "live parts separate components" in the beginning of the paragraph under consideration.
9 ground protection measures
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter is applicable except as follows.
9.1 General Requirements
9.1.2. Note the second and third paragraphs under consideration.
9.3 properly grounded
9.3.1 Note. The "Continue test" Start a sentence in question.
10 Terminals and terminations
GB 14536.1-2008 this chapter shall apply.
11 structural requirements
GB 14536.1-2008 This clause is applicable except as follows.
11.1 Materials
Addition of provisions.
11.1.101 liquid containing metal parts
Press the controller Table 7.2 Section 106 requirements declared its mercury (Hg) and sodium (Na), potassium (K), or both sodium (Na), potassium (K)
Ambient temperature at the maximum temperature of the sensitive element (Te) of 1.2 times. two members of the following requirements must be met by the metal
Under this component should have suffered four times its tangential stress or other stress tensile yield strength.
And by checking with the manufacturer's declaration of tests to check whether it meets the requirements of 18.102.
11.3 starting and operating
11.3.9 Pull starter controller
increase.
Note. Paragraph 2 Note 1 does not apply. X-type, 2. X-type, 1. And Z-2. Z-type controller.
11.4 Action
11.4.3 Type 2 action
Addition of provisions.
11.4.3.101 should not be a capacitor connected in parallel on thermal cut contacts.
NOTE. In Canada and the United States, the capacitor can not be connected in parallel to the contact type 2 motion controller.
11.4.3.102 not permitted by soldering to make the thermal cut-reset structure.
11.4.13 Replacement.
11.4.13 2. K-type action
Addition of provisions.
11.4.13.101 2. K-type action shall be designed to ensure that any member between the sensing element or sensing elements and breaking device breaks up
The case of loss, or cut off to be completed in a predetermined operating value exceeding the declared value and the drift before.
By destroying sensitive elements to check for compliance. You can cut or file through a hole to achieve the purpose of partially damaged by advance.
Within the temperature-sensitive control element is heated to operating temperature range of 10K, then the temperature of not more than 1K/min rate increase
plus. Before the sum exceeds a predetermined value and the drift motion of the contacts should be disconnected.
11.4.13.102 if they meet the following a), b) or c) of claim 2 can also be achieved. K-type action.
a) two sensitive elements are working independently, starting a cutting device.
b) bimetallic sensing elements.
1) such as exposed element having, at both ends of the bimetal element should be at least double spot welding. or.
2) component placement or installation to ensure bimetal during installation or use of the process does not cause physical damage.
c) If the bulb and capillary are filled with fluid loss, caused by the contact of the controller remains closed, leak or cause action
The maximum temperature exceeds a predetermined temperature drift upward, temperature sensing controls are loaded by changing the liquid bulb and capillary
The pressure started, the temperature and capillary following tests should be carried out with the description of FIG 11.4.13.102 impact tool from
When a falling height of 0.60m, the tool perpendicular to the conical tip hit the upper or capillary bulb, bulb and capillary
It should not be damaged pipe to leak so that the filler installed. During testing, bulb or capillary should be placed on the concrete floor.
Note. If the capillary with a separate cover or sleeve, so that in the above test to maintain normal state.
Material. CRS (cold rolled steel), sharp edges rounded
L --- the size is determined to make it quality reach 0.454kg.
Figure 11.4.13.102 impact tool
Addition of provisions.
11.4.101 2. N-type action
2. N-type action should be designed so that when there is a leak sensor, or when any member between the sensor and the cutting device leakage
When a predetermined or cut off to complete the operation before reaching the sum of declared value and drift values.
By the following test to check whether the requirements.
2. The value of N type controller operating in accordance with GB 14536.1-2008 measured under the conditions specified in Chapter 15. If the controller has
Setting means, it is set to the highest value.
After the measurement, on the sensitive element of doing through a hole, and then repeat the measurement 2. Operating value N-type controller.
The absolute value of drift should not exceed a predetermined value.
NOTE. This test may be theoretical physics calculation model action instead.
And requirements for Chapter 18 are consistent, you can use a separate cap or cover to protect the bulb and capillary.
In Canada and the United States, according to the c 11.4.13.102 items) to check 2. N-type action.
11.4.102 2. P-type action
2. P-type action shall be designed to ensure that after the heat cycle test, still in a predetermined manner.
Test to check whether it meets the requirements of 17.101.
11.4.103 bimetallic single operation device
Design of bimetallic single operation device, should ensure that no reset are specified in Table 7.2 Section 103 of the reset value or more.
Test to check whether it meets the requirements of 17.15.
11.4.104 1. X or 2. X-type action
1. X or 2. X-type action shall be designed to ensure that the operation of the rotary motion only push or pull operation after completion. Only the rotary motion
As the starter element to the controller reverts to OFF or stopped.
Test to check compliance with the requirements of 18.101.
11.4.105 1. Or Z 2. Z-action
1. Or Z 2. Z-action design should ensure that the operation of the rotary motion only push or pull operation after completion.
With 18.101 tests to check for compliance.
11.4.106 voltage holding thermal cut
Voltage maintained thermal cut should ensure that no reset as specified in Table 7.2, paragraph 111 above reset value.
11.4.107 1. AM or 2. AM-type action
1. AM or 2. AM type of action shall be designed to ensure that the controller after exposure to the agricultural environment declaration, the controller can still pre-press
Fixed manner.
In Appendix DD test to check for compliance.
Installation 11.6 Controller
11.6.3 standalone installation mounted controller
Addition of provisions.
11.6.3.101 Table 7.2 117 specified agricultural thermostats, should ensure that the installation method does not damage the integrity of the casing protection.
Addition of provisions.
11.101 Time constant
If the predetermined time constant, you should use a method to test Append...