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ТК-49

Low-voltage electrical installations

Active

Main committee

Любомир Грънчаров

Maria Mazgareva

+359 2 817 4551

mariya.mazgareva@bds-bg.org

Electrotechnics

Public documents

Scope

Electrical installations and protection against electric shock; Cable management; Operation of electrical installations; Lightning protection; electric vehicle, charging station for electric vehicle and charging accessories

Facts and digits

113

New projects

346

Published standards

0

Meetings

7

Members

Relation to mirrors committee

This BDS/TC is a mirror of the following European and international technical committees

CLC/BTTF 62-3

Operation of electrical installations


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/BTTF 62-3

Operation of electrical installations

To prepare a standard, as described in BT(DE/NOT)110 (Operation of power installations - Part 1: General Requirements). Remarks 67 BT decided that BTTF 62-3 should prepare a standard dealing with the broad (general) principles of operation of power installations and asked BTTF 62-3 to take into account the essential requirements of the directive on safety at the work place. 74 BT agreed to change the title of BTTF 62-3 into "Operation of electrical installations".


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 64

Electrical installations and protection against electric shock


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 64

Electrical installations and protection against electric shock

To prepare International standards - concerning protection against electric shock arising from equipment, from installations and from systems without limit of voltage, - for the design, erection foreseeable correct use and verification of all kind of electrical installations at supply voltage up to 1 kV a.c or 1,5 kV d.c., except those installations covered by the following IEC committees: TC 9X, TC 18X, TC 44X, TC 97, TC 99X, - in co-ordination with TC 99X, concerning requirements additional to those of TC 99X for the design, erection and verification of electrical installations of buildings above 1 kV up to 35 kV. The object of the standards shall be: - to lay down requirements for installation and co-ordination of electrical equipment, - to lay down basic safety requirements for protection against electric shock for use by technical committees, - to lay down safety requirements for protection against other hazards arising from the use of electricity, - to give general guidance to IEC member countries that may have need of such requirements, and - to facilitate international exchanges that may be hampered by differences in national regulations. The standards will not cover individual items of electrical equipment other than their selection for use.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 81X

Lightning protection


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 81X

Lightning protection

To prepare European Standards or, where not possible, guides for lightning protection for structures and buildings as well as for persons, services and contents.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 213

Cable management systems


Originator: CENELEC
P member

CLC/TC 213

Cable management systems

To prepare European standardization publications for products and systems used for the management of all types of cables, information and communication lines, electrical power distribution conductors and associated accessories. Management includes support and/or containment and/or retention and/or protection against external influences.


Originator: CENELEC

P member

CLC/TC 69X

Electrical systems for electric road vehicles


Originator: CENELEC
P member from Mar 28, 2013

CLC/TC 69X

Electrical systems for electric road vehicles

To prepare European standards related to electrical systems for road vehicles, totally or partly propelled from self-contained power sources


Originator: CENELEC

P member from Mar 28, 2013

CLC/TC 18X

Electrical installations of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units


Originator: CENELEC
P member from May 13, 2015

CLC/TC 18X

Electrical installations of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units

To prepare standards for electrical installations and equipment of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units, including subsea systems and equipment, incorporating good practice and aligning as far as possible existing regulations and CENELEC/IEC Publications. The standards will chiefly concern: a) factors promoting the safety of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units, including subsea systems and equipment b) factors promoting safety of life c) factors promoting preservation of the environment The standards specify: i) practical interpretation and implementation of the requirements of the International Convention on Safety of Life at Sea (IMO SOLAS), and International Convention on Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (IMO MODU); ii) documents for Authorities and Administrators to refer to in their regulations; iii) a coherent set of requirements, based on recommended practices, to be used by owners, builders and appropriate organizations. The standards also foster interchangeability of parts and ease the selection and procurement of equipment, including cables for transport of energy, signals and data, by indicating, as appropriate, IEC standards of ratings, types, dimensions, materials, quality, test methods, etc., whether or not these are influenced by regulations, and will thus facilitate interchanges between purchaser and supplier.


Originator: CENELEC

P member from May 13, 2015

TC 23/SC 23A

Cable management systems


Originator: IEC
O member

TC 23/SC 23A

Cable management systems

To prepare international standards for products and systems used for the management of all types of cables, information and communication lines, electrical power distribution conductors and associated accessories. Management includes support and/or containment and/or retention and/or protection against external influences.


Originator: IEC

O member

TC 64

Electrical installations and protection against electric shock


Originator: IEC
O member

TC 64

Electrical installations and protection against electric shock

To prepare International standards:<br /> - concerning protection against electric shock arising from equipment, from installations and from systems without limit of voltage,<br /> - for the design, erection foreseeable correct use and verification of all kind of electrical installations at supply voltage up to 1 kV a.c or 1,5 kV d.c., except those installations covered by the following IEC committees: TC 9, TC 18, TC 44, TC 97, TC99<br /> - in co-ordination with TC 99, concerning requirements additional to those of TC 99 for the design, erection and verification of electrical installations of buildings above 1kV up to 35kV.<br /> <br /> The object of the standards shall be:<br /> - to lay down requirements for installation and co-ordination of electrical equipment<br /> - to lay down basic safety requirements for protection against electric shock for use by technical committees<br /> - to lay down safety requirements for protection against other hazards arising from the use of electricity<br /> - to give general guidance to IEC member countries that may have need of such requirements<br /> - and to facilitate international exchanges that may be hampered by differences in national regulations.<br /> <br /> The standards will not cover individual items of electrical equipment other than their selection for use. Safety Pilot Function: Protection against electric shock.


Originator: IEC

O member

TC 81

Lightning protection


Originator: IEC
O member

TC 81

Lightning protection

To prepare international standards and guides for lightning protection for structures, as well for persons, installations, services and contents.<br /> The objective of the standards will be:<br /> • To develop requirements for design and installation of Lightning Protection Systems for structures,<br /> • To develop requirements for design and installation of Surge Protection Measures for structures as they relate to protection from lightning effects,<br /> • To develop basic requirements for protection against electromagnetic effects due to lightning,<br /> • To give general guidance to IEC member countries that may have need of such requirements and<br /> • To facilitate international exchanges that may be hampered by differences in national regulations.


Originator: IEC

O member

TC 69

Electrical power/energy transfer systems for electrically propelled road vehicles and industrial trucks


Originator: IEC
O member

TC 69

Electrical power/energy transfer systems for electrically propelled road vehicles and industrial trucks

To prepare publications on electrical power/energy transfer systems for electrically propelled road vehicles and industrial trucks (hereafter EV) drawing current from a rechargeable energy storage system (RESS). Possibilities to transfer power/energy include conductive power/energy transfer, wireless power/energy transfer and battery swap.<br />  <br /> The different publications can cover, but are not limited to: <ul> <li>general requirements (e.g. safety, EMC, construction, testing);</li> <li>functional requirements (e.g. charging modes);</li> <li>communication between the EV and the EV supply equipment;</li> <li>electrical power/energy transfer between EV and supply network (G2V and V2G);</li> <li>management of the corresponding infrastructures in view of offering the associated value added services.</li> </ul>  EV include but are not limited to passenger cars and buses, two and three-wheel and light four-wheel vehicles, trucks and goods vehicles, trailers and special and industrial trucks.<br /> Trains, trams and trolleybuses are out of scope of TC69.<br />  <br />  


Originator: IEC

O member

TC 18

Electrical installations of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units


Originator: IEC
O member from May 13, 2015

TC 18

Electrical installations of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units

<p>To prepare standards for electrical installations and equipment of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units, incorporating good practice and aligning as far as possible existing regulations and IEC Publications.<br /> The standards will chiefly concern:<br /> a) factors promoting the safety of ships and of mobile and fixed offshore units;<br /> b) factors promoting safety of life;<br /> c) factors promoting preservation of the environment.<br /> <br /> The standards specify:<br /> i. practical interpretation and implementation of the requirements of the International Convention on Safety of Life at Sea (IMO SOLAS), and International Convention on Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (IMO MODU);<br /> ii. documents for Authorities and Administrators to refer to in their regulations;<br /> iii. a coherent set of requirements, based on recommended practices, to be used by owners, builders and appropriate organizations.<br /> <br /> The standards also foster interchangeability of parts and ease the selection and procurement of equipment, including cables for transport of energy, signals and data, by indicating, as appropriate, IEC standards of ratings, types, dimensions, materials, quality, test methods, etc., whether or not these are influenced by regulations, and will thus facilitate interchanges between purchaser and supplier.</p>


Originator: IEC

O member from May 13, 2015