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Standard ID GB 15934-2008 (GB15934-2008)
Description (Translated English) [GB/T 15934-2008] Electrical accessories. Cord sets and interconnection cord sets
Sector / Industry National Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard K30
Classification of International Standard 29.120.10
Word Count Estimation 11,135
Date of Issue 2008-06-19
Date of Implementation 2009-06-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB 15934-1996
Quoted Standard GB 1002; GB 1003; GB 2099.1; GB 5013; GB 5023; GB 17465.1-1998; GB 17465.2-1998; IEC 60050 (151): 1978; IEC 60536: 1976
Adopted Standard IEC 60799-1998 Ed.2.0, IDT
Drafting Organization China Electric Apparatus Research Institute
Administrative Organization National Standardization Technical Committee of electrical accessories
Regulation (derived from) Announcement of Newly Approved National Standards No. 11 of 2008 (No. 124 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 specifies the household and similar equipment used in wire and cable assemblies and interconnect components requirements. This standard does not apply to industrial wire components (ie accord with GB/T 11918, GB/T 11919 requirements for industrial plug and connector wire assembly), nor for wire extension components. Note: According to the standard definition, with a connector can disconnect the power plug and cord are not"wire components. "But considering they"wire components"and similar purposes similar, it is recommended that this can disconnect with the power plug and cord connector should be possible to adopt this standard.

GB 15934-2008
[GB/T 15934-2008] Electrical accessories. Cord sets and mutually cord sets
ICS 29.120.10
K30
National Standards of People's Republic of China
GB 15934-2008/IEC 60799.1998
Replacing GB 15934-1996
Electrical Accessories Wire Assembly and Interconnect Wire Assembly
(IEC 60799.1998Ed.2.0, IDT)
Published on.2008-06-19
2009-06-01 Implementation
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China
China National Standardization Administration released
Directory
Preface I
IEC Foreword II
1 Range 1
2 Normative references 1
3 Terms and Definitions 1
4 General requirements 2
5 Request 2
6 Electrical continuity and polarity 4
7 EMC requirements 4
Appendix A (Informative) Routine Tests for Safety and Protection of Wire Components and Interconnect Wire Components for Factory Wiring
Correct polarity) 5
GB 15934-2008/IEC 60799.1998
Foreword
The entire technical content of this standard is mandatory.
This standard is equivalent to using IEC 60799.1998 "Electrical Accessories Wire Assembly and Interconnect Wire Assembly" (Second Edition).
This standard is a revision of GB 15934-1996.
The main differences between this standard and GB 15934-1996 are as follows.
a) The standard name changed from "Wire Assembly" to "Electrical Accessories Wire Assembly and Interconnect Wire Assembly". Interconnection wires were added to the standard.
Component requirements.
b) Added "Interconnect Wire Components" to the scope of application of the standard (see Chapter 1).
c) This standard adds Chapter 2 "Normative References", which has one more chapter in structure than GB 15934-1996.
d) Added definitions of interconnected wire assemblies, type tests, and routine tests (see 3.2, 3.3, 3.4).
e) Increased requirements for type testing and routine testing (see Chapter 4).
f) Increased requirements for plug connectors in interconnected wire assemblies (see 5.1).
g) Increased connector and plug connector requirements for interconnected wire assemblies (see 5.2.1).
h) Add Chapter 7, "EMC Requirements."
i) Appendix A of this standard is "The factory routine test for the safety of wire assemblies and interconnecting wire assemblies for wiring (protection against electric shock and correct polarity
“Sexual”), Appendix A of GB 15934-1996 is “The Correspondence between the Standards Used in this Standard and the Standards Used in IEC 799”.
This standard replaces and abolishes GB 15934-1996 "Wire Assembly" from the date of implementation.
Appendix A of this standard is an informative annex.
This standard was proposed by the China Electrical Appliance Industry Association.
This standard is under the jurisdiction of the National Electrical Accessories Standardization Technical Committee.
This standard was drafted by. China Electric Apparatus Research Institute, Guangdong Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, Ningbo Weier Electric Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Hongshi
Electric Co., Ltd.
The main drafters of this standard. Luo Huaiping, Li Min, Li Jianguo, Feng Yonglin, Lu Chongheng.
The previous versions of the standards replaced by this standard are.
--- GB 15934-1996.
GB 15934-2008/IEC 60799.1998
IEC Introduction
1) IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) is a worldwide standard consisting of all national electrotechnical committees (IEC National Committees)
Qualification organization. The purpose of the IEC is to promote the international cooperation between countries in the field of electrical and electronics related to standardization issues.
In light of the above objectives and taking into account the needs of other activities, IEC has published international standards. The commissioning of the standard commissioned the technical committee
The staff will finish. Any IEC National Committee interested in this technical issue can participate in the development work. Associated with IEC
International, government and non-governmental organizations can also participate in this work. The IEC and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO ) were reached by both parties
The agreement is based on close cooperation.
2) IEC 's formal resolution or agreement on technical issues is a technical committee attended by all national committees interested in this issue.
Will be formulated, and as far as possible represent the international consensus on the issues involved.
3) These resolutions or agreements are published in the form of standards, technical reports or guidelines, and are used internationally in the form of recommendations, and in this sense
It was accepted by various national committees.
4) In order to promote international unity, IEC National Committee members use IEC standards as much as possible as a standard for various countries and regions.
quasi. Differences between IEC standards and corresponding national or regional standards should be clear in national or regional standards
Listed.
5) The IEC provides an approval-free program, but it does not represent responsibility for any equipment that claims to meet a certain standard.
6) Some of the content of this International Standard may involve the issue of patent rights, which should attract attention. The IEC organization is not responsible for identifying any
Or all such patent rights issues.
The international standard IEC 60799 is defined by the 23G subcommittee (apparatus coupler) in the IEC 23 Technical Committee (Electrical Accessories).
The second edition of this standard replaces the first edition published in 1984 and constitutes a technical revision.
This standard is based on the following documents.
FDIS vote report
23G/181/FDIS 23G/186/RVD
All the information on the adoption of this standard can be found in the voting report shown above.
Appendix A is only an informative appendix.
GB 15934-2008/IEC 60799.1998
Electrical Accessories Wire Assembly and Interconnect Wire Assembly
1 range
This standard specifies the requirements for wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies used in household and similar applications.
This standard does not apply to industrial wire assemblies (that is, with plugs and connectors that meet the requirements of GB/T 11918, GB/T 11919).
Industrial wire assemblies) do not apply to wire extension assemblies.
Note. According to the definition of this standard, the power cord with removable plugs and connectors is not a "wire assembly". But considering that they are similar to "wire assembly" and
The use is similar, so it is recommended that this kind of power cord with a removable plug and connector should use the requirements of this standard as much as possible.
2 Normative references
The clauses in the following documents have been adopted as references to this standard. All dated references, all subsequent
The amendments (not including errata content) or revisions do not apply to this standard, however, encourage the parties to reach an agreement according to this standard
Can you use the latest version of these files? For undated references, the latest version is applicable to this standard.
GB 1002 single phase plugs and sockets for household and similar use types, basic parameters and dimensions
GB 1003 Household and similar three-phase plug and socket types, basic parameters and dimensions
GB 2099.1 Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes Part 1. General requirements (GB 2099.1-1996, eqv IEC 60884-1.
1994)
GB 5013 (all parts) Rubber insulated cable (IEC 60245, IDT) with rated voltage of 450/750V and below
GB 5023 (all parts) PVC insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750V (IEC 60227, IDT)
GB 17465.1-1998 Appliance couplers for household and similar use - Part 1. General requirements (eqv IEC 60320-1.
1994)
GB 17465.2-1998 Appliance couplers for household and similar use - Part 2. Interconnects for household and similar equipment
(eqv IEC 60320-2-2.1990)
IEC 60050(151). 1978 International Electrotechnical Terminology Chapter 151. Electromagnetic Devices
IEC 60536.1976 Classification of protection against electric shock for electric and electronic equipment
3 Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1
Consists of a soft cable or cord with a non-rewirable plug and a non-releasable connector for electrical appliances
Components to which the appliance or device is connected to the power supply.
3.2
A device consisting of a wire with a non-rewirable plug connector and a non-rewirable connector for an electrical appliance
An assembly in which the appliance or device is connected to the power supply of another appliance or device.
NOTE 1 The definitions of "non-rewirable plugs" and "non-rewirable connectors" are found in GB 2099.1 and GB 17465.1-1998, respectively.
Note 2. The difference between wire assembly, interconnect wire assembly and wire extension assembly is that the latter has a mobile outlet instead of a connector, and the wire extension assembly does not
Can be directly used to connect appliances or equipment and power supply.
Note 3. Non-rewirable plugs that are attached to a length of wire are sometimes referred to as "incomplete wire assemblies." For the requirements of such products, see GB 2099.1.
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3.3
Test one or more products of a given design to demonstrate that the product design meets the requirements of the standard.
[IEV151-04-15]
3.4
During product manufacturing and/or after manufacturing, each individual product is tested to determine if the product meets the given criteria.
Claim.
[IEV151-04-16]
4 General requirements
The design and construction of the wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly should ensure that the wire assembly and interconnected wire assembly perform reliably during normal use.
And there is no danger to the user and the surrounding environment.
Through all the tests specified to check whether it meets the requirements of this standard.
The test is as follows.
--- Perform a type test on a representative sample of each wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly;
--- Where applicable, conduct routine tests on each wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly manufactured in accordance with this standard.
Note. Routine tests are specified in Appendix A.
5 requirements
5.1 Requirements for Components
The plug of the wire assembly should meet the requirements of GB 2099.1.
The connector of the wire assembly should meet the requirements of GB 17465.1.
Plug connectors for interconnecting wire assemblies shall comply with the requirements of GB 17465.2.
Wires of wire assemblies or interconnected wire assemblies shall meet the requirements of GB 5023 or GB 5013.
Check whether the plugs, connectors, plug connectors, and wires meet the requirements by the tests specified in the corresponding standards. One part is
During the test, the impact on the other component in the assembly is negligible.
The end of the stranded conductor is exposed to contact pressure and cannot be consolidated by soldering unless the design of the clamping connection is avoided
The risk of poor contact due to cold flow of the flux.
5.2 Requirements for the entire assembly
5.2.1 Rated voltage
The rated voltage of connectors and wires shall not be less than the rated voltage of the corresponding plug. Similarly, for interconnected wire assemblies, the amount of connectors
The constant voltage should not be less than the rated voltage of the corresponding plug connector.
5.2.2 Rated current
The rated current of the plug should not be less than the rated current of the corresponding connector.
5.2.3 Classification of Equipment
The classification of the electric shock protection capability of plugs and connectors shall be the same as the classification of the electric shock protection capability of the equipment to be connected, and the equipment shall be protected against electric shock.
The classification criteria are given in IEC 60536.1976.
However, wire assemblies fitted with connectors for Class II equipment may be fitted with GB 1002 compliant plugs or breaks for Class I equipment.
Plug with other three plug systems.
5.2.4 Flags
Plugs, connectors, and plug connectors shall be marked with their markings in accordance with the requirements of the corresponding standard.
In addition, the plugs or plug connectors and connectors that are not delivered with the appliance and are not manufactured by the same manufacturer
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Parts and interconnecting wire assemblies shall also mark the name, trademark or identification of the manufacturer or responsible distributor of the entire wire assembly or interconnected wire assembly.
Sign.
Such signs should not only be marked on the packaging.
Note. For example, the name, trademark or identification of the manufacturer or responsible distributor may be marked on the sheath of the wire assembly.
Plugs, connectors, wire assemblies, or interconnect wire assemblies used to connect Class II devices should not be marked with Class II structural symbols (both sides).
5.2.5 Types of wires
The wire type of the wire assembly or interconnect wire assembly should not be less than that determined by the connector of the wire assembly or interconnecting wire assembly
Type, its cross-sectional area should not be less than the value specified in the following table.
Note. The lower gauge wire (eg, 60227 IEC 42) is lighter than the higher gauge wire (eg, 60227 IEC 53)
Table 1 Wire types for wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies
Connector
Rated current /
Device type usage conditions
Soft cable or cord
The lightest type
Minimum cross-sectional area /
Mm2
0.2
2.5
Cold condition
Cold condition
60227IEC 41
60227IEC 52
0.75 a
2.5
Cold condition
Cold condition
60227IEC 52
60227IEC 52
0.75
0.75
10 I Cold conditions
60227IEC 53
Or 60245 IEC 53
0.75
0.75
10 I hot or hot conditions
60245IEC 53
Or 60245IEC 51
0.75
0.75
10 II cold conditions
60227IEC 53
Or 60245 IEC 53
0.75
0.75
16 I Cold Condition
60227IEC 53
Or 60245 IEC 53
16 I Hot conditions
60245IEC 53
Or 60245IEC 51
16 II cold conditions
60227IEC 53
Or 60245 IEC 53
a See 5.2.6.
b If the length of the wire does not exceed 2m, its nominal cross-sectional area is allowed to be 0.5mm2.
c If the length of the wire exceeds 2m, the nominal cross-sectional area shall be.
--10A wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly is 1mm2;
The -16A wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly is 1.5mm2.
Whether it meets the requirements of 5.2.1 to 5.2.5, through observation and inspection.
5.2.6 The length of the wire
If the cross-sectional area of the wire is equal to or less than 0.5 mm2, the cord length of the cord assembly or interconnecting cord assembly should not be greater than 2 m.
Note. The cross-sectional area of the 60623IEC 41 flat copper cable is less than 0.5mm2.
Measure the length of the wire between the point where the wire or wire guard enters the plug or plug connector and the connector. If you do not know
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For the correct end point, the length of the flexible wire is measured at an outer diameter greater than 1 mm outside the wire. For flat conductors, this increased outside diameter along the soft
Long axis measurement of the line.
Whether it meets the requirements, check by observation and measurement.
6 Electrical continuity and polarity
Wire assemblies and interconnecting wire assemblies used in polar systems shall have corresponding plug pins and connectors for each pole
Electrical continuity between the bushings.
Whether it meets the requirements, check by measurement.
7 EMC requirements
Note. This requirement does not include the requirements for electrical accessories containing electronic components because related requirements have not yet been established.
7.1 Immunity
7.1.1 Wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies without electronic components
These wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies are insensitive to normal electromagnetic interference and therefore no immunity test is required.
7.2 Launch
7.2.1 Wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies without electronic components
These wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies do not generate electromagnetic interference and therefore do not require a launch test.
NOTE. These wire assemblies and interconnecting wire assemblies may only produce electromagnetic interference during non-repetitive operations where the accessories are inserted and removed. These electromagnetic dry
The frequency, level, and emission results of the disturbance are all considered to be part of the normal electromagnetic environment.
GB 15934-2008/IEC 60799.1998
Appendix A
(Informative Appendix)
Factory-wired wire assemblies and interconnect wire assembly safety routine tests (protection against electric shock and correct polarity)
A. 1 General requirements
Where applicable, all factory-wired wire assemblies and interconnect wire assemblies should be subjected to the following tests.
Electrical accessory type test clause
Two-pole wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly A. 2
Three-pole wire assembly and interconnect wire assembly A. 2, A. 3, A. 4
The test equipment or production system shall ensure that the non-conforming sample is not suitable for use or is isolated from the qualified product so that the non-conforming sample cannot be delivered
Sales.
Note. "Not suitable for use" means. The appliance accessory cannot meet the intended use. However, the repaired product (through a reliable system operation) is repaired and retested.
The test is acceptable.
Through the program or production system should be able to identify the accessories can be sold out of the factory have carried out all relevant tests.
The manufacturer shall keep a record of the tests performed. The records include the following.
---Product number;
--- Test date;
--- Production site (if there is more than one production site);
--- The number of trials;
--- Number of failures and measures taken, such as destruction/rework.
The test equipment should be inspected at least every 24h before and after each use and during continuous use. During the inspection,
When accessing a faulty product or applying an analog fault, the device should be able to display the fault condition.
Only when the inspection satisfies the requirements, the products prod......
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