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Year Vol

Rotating electrical machines - rating and performance


1994 13
Amendment No 1
1996 13
Rotating electrical machines - part 2: Methods for
1972 13
determining losses and efficiency of electrical rotating
machinery from tests (excluding machines for
traction vehicles)
Amendment No 1
34 -2 35 1995 13
First supplement of losses of calometric method
34-2a 36 1974 13
Rotating electrical machines - part 3: Specific
34 - 3 47 1988 13
requirements for turbine - type syncronous machines
Rotating electrical machines - part 4 : Methods for
34 - 4 175 1985 14
determining syncronous machine quantities from
tests
Amendment No 1
34 - 4
14
Rotating electrical machines - part 5
34 - 5 37 1991 13
Rotating electrical machines - part 6: Methods of
34 - 6
39 1991 13
cooling (IC Code)
Rotating electrical machines - part 7Classification of
34 - 7 45 1992 13
types of cons tructions and mounting arrangements
(IM Code)
Rotating electrical machines - part 8: Terminal
34 - 8 20 1972 13
markings and direction of rotation of rotating
machines
Amendment No 1
34 - 8
3 1990 13
Rotating electrical machines - part 9: Noise limits
34 -9 19 1990 13
Rotating electrical machines - part 14; Mechanical
34- 14 25 1996 13
vibration of certain machines with shaft heights 58mm
and higher - Measurement evaluation and limits of the
vibration severity
IEC Standart voltages
38 19 1983 6
Amendment 1 to IEC Standart voltages
38
9 1994 6
Instrument transformers - Part 1: replace 185
44-1 79 1996 43
Instrument trans formers - part 2: Induc tive voltage
44 -2 75 1997 43
transformers
Instrument trans formers - part 3
44 - 3 25 1980 8
Instrument trans formers - part 4
44 - 4 11 1980 8
Instrument trans formers - part 6
44 -6 37 1992 8
Requirements for protective current transformers for
50-121 50 1978 2
transcient performance
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Electric &
50 - 131 51 1978 2
Magnetic circuits
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Electric &
50 - 131
2 1984 2
Magnetic circuits
50 - 131A 30 1982 2
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Electric &

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Magnetic circuits - First supplement Section 131 -04:


Polyphase circuits and component
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Electric &
Magnetic devices
Amendment 1 to International Electrotechnical
Vocabulary Electric & Magnetic devices
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary - Chapter
161: Electromagnetic compatability
International Electrotechnical Vocabulary - Chapter
301,302 and 303 301, General terms on
measurements in electricity, 302, 303
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Chapters
301, 302 and 303 301,302, Electrical measuring
instruments; 303
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Chapters
301, 302 and 303 301,302, 303 Electronic
measuring instruments; 303
International Electro technical Vocabulary Instrument transformers
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Automatic
control + Corrigendum
Amendment 1
International Electro technical Vocabulary Telecontrol
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Rotating
machine
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Power
transformers & Reactors
International Electro technical Vocabulary Transductors
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Power
capacitorsulary International Electro technical Vocabulary Switchgear, controlgear and fuses
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Electrical
relays
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Power
system protection
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Electrical
cables
Amendment 1
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Overhead
lines
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Insulators
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Chapter
601: Generation transmission and distribution of
electricity - Generation
International Electro technical Vocabulary - :
Generation transmission and distribution of electricity
- Generation
International Electro technical Vocabulary - :

50 -151

60 1978

50 - 151

2 1987

50 -161

66 1990

50 - 301

36 1983 12

50 - 302

36 1983 12

50 - 303

35 1983 12

50 -321

49 1986

50 -351

66 1975

50 -351
50 - 371

6 1978
52 1984

3
3

50- 411 194 1996

50 - 421

67 1990

50 - 431

23 1980

50 - 436

32 1990

50 - 441 100 1984

50 - 446

54 1983

50 - 448

36 1995

50 -461

43 1984

50 -461
50 - 466

57 1993
80 1990

3
4

50 - 471
50 - 601

30 1984
40 1985

5
1

50 - 602

53 1985

50 - 603

56 1986

Generation transmission and distribution of electricity


- Power system planning
International Electro technical Vocabulary - :
Generation transmission and distribution of electricity
- Operation + Corrigendum on German translation
International Electro technical Vocabulary Substations
International Electro technical Vocabulary - Tariffs for
electricity
High-voltage alternating current circuit-breakers
Amendment No 1
Amendment No 2
IEC standart current ratings
High-voltage tests techniques Part 1: general
definitions and tests Requirements
High-voltage tests techniques _ Part 2: measurement
system
Environnement testing- Part1: General and guidance
Amendment No 1
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Tests A: Cold
Amendment No 1
Amendment No 2
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Tests B: Dry heat
Amendment No 1
Amendment No 2
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Tests Ca: Damp heat, steady state
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Test Sa: Similitude solar radiation at ground
level
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Test Q: Sealing
Basic environnement testing procedure - Part 2:
Tests - Test XA and guidance: Immersion in cleaning
solvent
Amendment 1
Insulation coordination Part 1: Defination, principles
and rules
Insulation coordination Part 2 Application guide
Powers transformers Part 1: General
Power trans formers Part 2: Temrerature rise
Power transformers Part 3: Insulation levels and
dielectric tests
Amendment No1
Power transformers Part 3: Insulation levels and
dielectric tests External clearance in air
Power transformers Part 5: Ability withstand short
circuit
Amendment No 2
Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmosphere -

50 - 604

60 1987

50 - 605

47 1983

50 - 691

51 1973

56 329 1987 10
56 25 1992 10
56
9 1995 10
59
3 1938 6
60 - 1 133 1989 27
60 - 2 133 1994 27
68-1
68-1
68-2-1

53 1988 41
3 1992 41
63 1994 41

68-2-1
68-2-1
68 2 2

3 1993 41
7 1993 41
63 1974 41

68-2-2
68-2-2
68 - 2 - 3

3 1983 41
7 1994 41
9 1969 41

68 -2-5

11 1975 41

68-2-17 103 1994 41


68 - 2 45

20 1980 41

68 -2-45
71 - 1

3 1993 41
47 1983 7

71 - 2 127 1976 19
76 -1 95 1993 6
76 -2
57 1993 6
76 - 3 71 1980 6
76 - 3
76 - 3 -1

7 1981
24 1987

6
6

76 -5

23 1976

76 -5
7 1994
79 - 10 109 1995

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Part 10 : classification of hazardeous


Methods of test for volume resistivity and surface
93 40 1980 11
resistivity of solid electrical insulation materials
Surge arrestors-part 4: Metal oxyde surge arrestors
99 - 4 117 1994 39
without gaps for a.c. systems
Surge arrestors - Part 5: Selection and application
99-5 89 1996 39
recommandatons
Aluminium-magnesium-silicium alloywire for overhead
104 12 1987 39
line conductors+C78
alternating current disconnectors (isolators) and
129 82 1984 10
earthing switches
Amendment No 1
129
5 1992 10
Bushing for alternating voltages above 1 000 V
137 91 1995 8
Tests on oil-filled and gas pressure cables and their
141 - 1 47 1993 15
accessories - Part 1: Oil filled, paper insulated, metal
sheathed cables and accessories for alternating
voltages up to and including 400 V
Amendment No 1
141 - 1
3 1995 15
Series capacitors for power systems + corrigen dum
143 91 1992
Semiconductor convertors - General requirements
146-1 - 1 135 1991 37
and line commutated convertors - Part 1-2:
Specifications of basic requirements
Amendment No 1
146 - 1 3 1996 37
1
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 -1 2 185 1991 37
and line commutated convertors - part 1-2:
Application guide
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 -1 3 25 1991 37
and line commutated convertors - part 1-3;
Transformer reactors
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 - 2 51 1974 37
and line commutated convertors - part
2:Semiconductor self-commutated convertors
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 - 3 41 1977 37
and line commutated convertors - part 3:
Semiconductor direct d.c. convertors (d.c. chopper
conductor) - Code S (F[rst edition)
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 - 4 55 1986 38
and line commutated convertors - part 4: Methods of
specifying the performance and test requirement of
uninterruptible power
Semiconductors convertors _ General requirements
146 - 5 45 1988 38
and line commutated convertors - part 5: Switches
for uninterruptible power systems (UPS switches)
Method for the determination of the electric strength
156 21 1995 36
of the insulating oil
Current transformers
185 74 1987
Amendment N0 1
185
2 1990
Voltage transformers
186 89 1987
Amendment No 1 to voltage transformers
186
9 1988
Amendment No 2 to voltage transformers
186 41 1995

Electrical equipment of industrial machines-Part 1:


General requirements
Electrical equipment of industrial machines-Part 31:
Particular requirements for sewingmachines, units
and systems
On load tap-changers
Polyvinyl Chloride insulated cables of rated voltages
up to and including 450/750 V-Part 1: General
requirements
Amendment No1
Polyvinyl Chloride insulated cables of rated voltages
up to and includin450/750 V-Part 2: Test methods +
corrigendum
Amendment No1
Amendment No2
Polyvinyl Chloride insulated cables of rated voltages
up to and includin450/750 V-Part 3: Non-sheathed
cables for fixed wiring
Polyvinyl Chloride insulated cables of rated voltages
up to and including 450/750 V-Part 4: Sheathed
cables for fixed wiring
Polyvinyl Chloride insulated cables of rated voltages
up to and including 450/750 V
Conductors of insulated cables
Amendment No 1
First supplement Guide for the dimensional limits of
circular conductors
Impulse tests on cables and their accessories
Methods of test for electric strength of solid insulating
materials-Part 1: Test of power frequencies
Methods of test for electric strength of solid insulating
materials-Part 2: Additional requirements for tests
using direct voltage
Methods of test for electric strength of solid insulating
materials-Part 3: Additional requirements for impulse
tests
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part1: General requirements
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 2: Test methods
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 3 : Heat resistant silicone
insulated cables
Amendment 1
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 4; Cores and flexible cables
Amendment 1
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 5: Lift cables
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 6: Arc welding electrode
cables

204 - 1 196 1992 42


204 - 31

51 1996

214
227-1

75 1989
41 1993

227-1
227-2

3 1995 7
19 1979 15

227-2
227-2
227-3

3 1985 15
5 1995 15
35 1993 15

227-4

15 1992 15

227-5

31 1997

228
228
228 A

25 1978 36
7 1993 36
9 1982 36

230
243-1

11 1996 46
36 1988 11

243-2

13 1990 11

243-3

19 1993 11

245-1

51 1994 15

245-2

35 1994

245-3

11 1994

245-3
245-4

3 1997
45 1994

245-4
245-5

13 1997
17 1994

245-6

13 1994

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7

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Amendment 1
Rubber insulated cables of rated voltages up to and
including 450/750 V-Part 6: Heat resistant ethilenevinyl acetate rubber insulated cables
Amendment 1
Electrical relays- All or nothing electrical relays
Electrical relays-Part 3: Single input energysing
quantity measuring relays with dependent or
independent time+corrigendum 1992
Electrical relays-Part 5: Insulation tests for electrical
relays
Electrical relays-Part 6: Measuring relays and
protection equipments
Electrical relays-Part 7: Test measurement
procedures for electromechanical all-or-nothing relays
Electrical relays-Part 8: Thermal electrical relays
Electrical relays-Part 9: Dry reed make contact units
Electrical relays-Part 10; Application of the IEC
Quality Assessment System for electronic
Components to all-or-nothing relays
Electrical relays-Part 11: Interruptions to and
alternating component (ripple) in d.c. auxiliary
energysing quantity of measuring relays
Electrical relays-Part 12: Directional relays and power
relays with two input energyzing quantities
Electrical relays-Part 13: Blased (Percentage)
differential relays
Electrical relays-Part 14: Endurance test for electrical
relay contacts-Preferred values for contact loads
Electrical relays-Part 15: Endurance tests for
electricall relay contacts- Specification for the cha
racteristics of test equipment
Electrical relays-Part 16: Impedance measuring
relays
Electrical relays-Part 18: Dimensions for general
purpose all-or-nothing relays
Electrical relays-Part 19 ectional specification;
Electromechanical all-or-nothing relays of acessed
quality
Electrical relays-Part 19 Bland detail specification
Electromecanical all-or-nothing relays of assessed
quality test schedules1, 2 and 3
Electrical relays-Part 20; Protection (protective)
systems
Electrical relays-Part 21: Vibration, shock, bump and
seismic tests on measuring relays and protection
equipment Section One-Vibration tests ( sinusoidal)
Electrical relays-Part 21: Vibration, shock, bump and
seismic tests on measuring relays and protection
equipment Section Two: Shock and bump tests
Electrical relays-Part 21: Vibration, shock, bump and

245-6
245-7

3 1997
19 1994

245-7
255-1-00
255-3

5 1997
67 1975 16
19 1989 16

255-5

35 1977 16

255-6

37 1988 16

255-7 102

191 16

255-8
255-9
255-10

33 1990 16
65 1979 16
35 1979 16

255-11

16 1979 17

255-12

26 1980 17

255-13

24 1980 17

255-14

27 1981 17

255-15

13 1981 17

255-16

27 1982 17

255-18

21 1982 17

255-19

37 1983 17

255-19-1

77 1983 17

255-20

57 1984 17

255-21-1

23 1988 18

255-21-2

29 1988 18

255-21-3

29 1993 18

seismic tests on measuring relays and protection


equipment Section 3: Seismic tests
Electrical relays-Part 22: Electrical disturbance tests
255-22-1 33 1988 18
for measuring relays and protection equipment Part
1: 1 MHz burst disturbance tests
Electrical relays-Part 22: Electrical disturbance tests
255-22-2 25 1989 18
for measuring relays and protection equipment
Section 2 : Electro-static discharge tests
Electrical relays-Part 22: Electrical disturbance tests
255-22-3 33 1989 18
for measuring relays and protection equipment
Section 3 : Radiated electromagnetic field
disturbance yesys
Electrical relays-Part 22: Electrical disturbance tests
255-2-4 27 1992 18
for measuring relays and protection equipment
Section 4: Fast transient disturbance test
Electrical relays-Part 23: Contact performance
255-23 71 1994 18
High voltage switchs-Part 1: High voltage switches for
265-1 54 1983 10
rated voltage above 1kV and less than 52 kV +
corrigendum
Amendment 1
265-1
6 1984 10
Amendment 2
265-1
5 1994 10
High voltage switchs-Part 1: High voltage switches for
265-2 92 1988 10
rated voltage of 52 kV and above
Amendment 1
265-2
5 1994 10
Low-voltage fuses-Part 1: General requirements
269-1 123 1986 20
Amendment 1
269-1
3 1994 20
Amendment 2
269-1
9 1995 20
Low-voltage fuses-Part 2: Supplementary
269-2 14 1986 20
Requirements for fuses for use by authorized persons
(fuses mainly for industrial application) + corrigendum
Amendment 1
269-2
3 1995 20
Low-voltage fuses-Part 2: Supplementary
269-2-1 127 1996 20
Requirements for fuses for use by authorized persons
(fuses mainly for industrial application) - Section 1:
Examples of typed standartdized fuses for use by
authorized persons
Low-voltage fuses-Part 3: Supplementary
269-3 21 1987 22
Requirements for fuses for use by unskilled persons
(fuses mainly for house hold and similar applications)
Low-voltage fuses-Part 3-1: Supplementary
269-3-1 192 1995 22
Requirements for fuses for use by unskilled persons
(fuses mainly for house hold and similar applications)
Amendment 1
269-3-1 21
47
Low-voltage fuses-Part 2: Supplementary
269-4 55 1986 22
Requirements for fuse-links for the protection of
semiconductor devices
Amendment 1
269-4
5 1995 22
Partial discharge measurements
270 56 1981 15
Characteristics of indoor and outdoor post-insulator
273 52 1990 8
for systems with nominal voltages greater than 1000
V
High-voltage fuses-Part 1: Current-limiting fuses
282-1 159 1994 19

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Amendment 1
High-voltage fuses-Part 2: Expulsion and similar
fuses
High-voltage fuses-Part 3: Determination of shortcircuit power factor for testing current-limiting fuses
and expulsion and similar fuses
Reactors
Specification of unused mineral insulating oils for
transformers and switchgears
Amendment 1
A.c. metal-enclosed switchgears and conrtrolgears for
rated voltages above 1 kV and up to and including 52
kV
Amendment 1
Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for industrial
purposes-part 1: General requirements +
corrigendum
Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for industrial
purposes-part 2: Dimensional interchangeability
requirement for pin contact-tube accessories
corrigendum
Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for industrial
purposes-part 3: Particular requirements for plugs
socket-outlets, connectors and appliances inlets for
use in explosive gas atmospheres
Appliance couplers for household and similar general
purposes-part 1: General requirements
Amendement 1
Amendment 2
Appliance couplers for household and similar general
purposes-part 2: Sewing machine couplers
Appliance couplers for household and similar general
purposes-part 2: Interconnection couplers and similar
equipment + corrigendum
Amendment 1
Loading guide for oil immersed power transformers
Electrical installation of building-part 1: Scope, object
and fundamental principles
Electrical installation of building-part 2: Definitionschapter 21: Guide to general terms
Electrical installation of building-part 3: Assessment
of general characteristics
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 41: Protection against electric shock
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 42: Protection against thermal effects
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 43: Protection against over current

282-1
3 1996 19
282-2 115 1995 19
282-3

8 1976 19

289
296

89 1988 11
21 1982 8

296
1986 8
298 111 1990 23
298 19 1994 23
309-1 101 1988 26
309-2

87 1989 26

309-3

21 1994 26

320-1 166

194 33

320-1
320-1
320-2-1

11 1995 33
23 1996 33
17 1984 33

320-2-2

61 1990 33

320-2-2
7 1994 33
354 157 1991 26
364-1 31 1992 24
364-2-21

15 1993 24

364-3

59 1993 24

364-3
364-3
364-4-41

13 1994 24
9 1995 24
49 1992 24

364-4-41
364-4-42

5 1996 24
9 1980 24

364-4-43

11 1977 24

Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for


safety- Chapter 44:Protection against over voltage
Section 442-Protection of low voltage systems and
earth
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 44:Protection against overvoltage of
atmospheric origin or due to switching
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 45:Protection against under voltage
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 46: Isolation and switching
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 47: Application of protective
measures for safety
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 47: Application of protective
measures for safety-Section 473: Measures of
protection against over current
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 48: Choice of protection measures...section 481: Selection of measures for protection
against electric shock in relation to external
influences
Electrical installation of building-part 4: Protection for
safety- Chapter 48: Choice of protection measures...section 482: Protection against fire
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection electrical equipment-Chapter 51: Commun
rules
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 52: Wiring
system
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 52: Wiring
system-section 523: Current carrying capacities
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 53;
Switchgear and controlgear + Corrigendum
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 53:
switchgear and controlgear-section 537 : Device for
installation and switching
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 54: Earthing
arrangrments and protective conductors
Amendment 1

364-4442

41 1993 24

364-4442
364-4443

7 1995 24
15 1995 24

364-4-45

5 1984 24

364-4-46

9 1981 24

364-4-47

9 1981 24

364-4-47
364-4473

3 1993 24
11 1977 24

364-4481

19 1993 24

364-4482

9 1982 24

364-5-51

23 1994 24

364-5-51
364-5-52

11 1995 24
45 1993 24

364-5523

69 1983 24

364-5-53

21 1994 24

364-5537

11 1981 24

364-5537
364-5-54

5 1989 24
30 1980 24

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Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and


erection of electrical equipment-chapter 55: Other
equipment-section 551; Low voltage generating sets
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 56 : Safety
services
Electrical installation of building-part 5: Selection and
erection of electrical equipment-chapter 61; Initial
verification
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 701:
Locations containing a bath dub or shower basin
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 702:
Swimming pool
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 703:
Location containing heaters
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 704:
Construction and demolition site installations
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 705:
Electrical installations of agricultural and horticultural
premises
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 706:
Restrictive conducting locations
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 707:
Earthing requirements for the installation of data
processing equipment
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 708:
Electrical installations in caravan parks and caravans
Amendment 1
Electrical installation of building-part 7: Requirements
for special installations or locations-section 709:
Marina and pleasure craft
Specification and acceptance of new sulphur
hexafluoride
First Supplement: Section thirteen- M[neral oil content
Second supplement Clause 26
Insulaters for overhead lines with a nominal voltage
above 1 000 V-part 1: Ceramic or glass insulator units
for a.c. systems-Definition, test methods and
acceptance criteria
Insulaters for overhead lines with a nominal voltage
above 1 000 V-part 2: Insulater strings and insulater

364-5551

17 1994 24

364-5-56

9 1980 24

364-6-61

17 1993 25

364-6-61
364-7701

25 1993 25
17 1984 25

364-7702

13 1983 25

364-7703

8 1984 25

364-7704

11 1989 25

364-7705

9 1989 25

364-7706

9 1983 25

364-7707

19 1984 25

364-7708

25 1988 25

364-7708
364-7709

3 1993 25

376

31 1994 25
43 1971 35

376 A 15 1973 35
376 B 17 1971 35
383-1 111 1993 40

383-2

23 1993 40

sets for a.c. systems-Definitions, tesr methods and


acceptance criteria
Magnetic Materials-part 1; Classification
High-voltage alternating current switch-fuse
combinations
Supervision and maintenance guide for mineral
insulatng oils in electrical equipment
Low voltage switchgear and controlgear assembliespart 1-: Type-tested and partially typed-tested
assemblies
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Low voltage switchgear and controlgear assembliespart 2: Particular requirements for busbar trunking
systems (busway)
Amendment 1
Low voltage switchgear and controlgear assembliespart 2: Particular requirements for low-voltage
switchgear and controlgear assemblies intented to be
installed in places where unskilled persons have
access for their use Distribution boards
Amendment 1
Low voltage switchgear and controlgear assembliespart 2: Particular requirements assemblies for
construction sites (ACS)
Amendment 1
Effects of current on human beings and livestock Part
1: General aspects
Part 2; Special aspects. Chapter 4: Effects of
alternating current with frequencies above 100 Hz
Chapter 5: Effect of special waveforms of current
Chapter 6: Effect of Undirectional single impulse
current of short duration
Extruded solid dielectric insulated power cables to
rated voltage from 1kV to 30 kV
Gas-insulated metal-enclosed switchgear for rated
voltage of 72,5 kV and above
Amendment 1
Class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watt-hour
meters
Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP
code)
Classification of electrical and electronic equipment
with regard to protection against electric shock
Application guide for on-load tap-changers
Amendment 1
determination of transformer and reactor sound levels
Amendment 1
Thermal-mechanical performance test and
mechanical performance test on string insulator units
Application guide for power transformers
Conduits for electrical installations-Specifications-part

404-1
420

71 1979 42
97 1990

422

71 1989 40

439-1 194 1982 45


439-1
439-1
439-2

17 1995 45
9 1996 45
29 1987 45

439-2
439-3

9 1991 45
31 1990 45

439-3
439-4

15 1993 45
46 1990 45

439-4
479-1

5 1995 45
66 1994 7

479-2

44 1987

502 109 1994 46


517 117 1990 36
517
521

7 1994 36
77 1988 41

529

73 1989 36

536

11 1976 47

542
542
551
551
575

17
7
41
21
51

606
614-1

1976
1988 7
1987 11
1995 11
1977 ??
?
51 1978
47 1994 25

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1: General requirements
Amendment 1
614-1
5 1995 25
Conduits for electrical installations-Specifications-part 614-2-1 16 1982 25
2: Particular specifications for conduits Section 1:
Metal conduits
Amendment 1
614-2-1
5 1993 25
Conduits for electrical installations-Specifications-part 614-2-2 19 1980 25
2: Particular specifications for rigid plain conduits of
insulation materials
Amendment 1
614-2-2
3 1993 25
Conduits for electrical installations-Specifications-part 614-2-3 25 1990 25
2: Particular specifications for conduits Section 3:
Pliable conduits of insulating material
Conduits for electrical installations-Specifications-part 614-2-5 32 1992 25
2: Particular specifications for conduits Section 5:
Flexible conduits
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
621-1 23 1987
conditions (including open cast sinnes and quarries)part 1: Scope and definitions
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
621-2 103 1987
conditions (including open cast mines and quarries)part 2: General protection requirements
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
631-3 39 1979
conditions (including open cast mines and quarries)part 3: General requirements for equipment and
auxilliaries
Amendment 1
621-3 15 1986
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
621-4 39 1981
conditions (including open cast mines and quarries)part 4-Requirements for installations
Amendment 1
621-4 17 1987
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
621-5 23 1987
conditions (including open cast mines and quarries)part 5: Operating requirements
Loadingtests on overhead lines towers
652 11 1979 15
Industrial-process measurement andncontrol
654-1 37 1993 42
equipment-Operating condition-Part 1: Climatic
condition
Insulation coordination for equipment wihin low664-1 127 1992 39
voltage systems-Part 1: Principles, requirements and
tsts
Electrical installations for outdoor sites under heavy
664-3 41 1992 39
conditions (including open cast mines and quarries)part 3: Use of coatings to achieve insulation
coordination of printed board assemblies
Alternating current static watt-hour meters for active
687 77 1992 21
energy (classes 0,2 and 0,5 s)
Commun clauses for high voltage switchgear and
694 179 1996 35
controlgear
Fire hazard testing-Part 2: Test methods-Section
695-2-1/0 23 1994 46
1/sheet0 Glow wire test methods-General

Fire hazard testing-Part 2: Test methods-Section


1/sheet 1 Glow wire end-product test and guidance
Fire hazard testing-Part 2: Test methods-Section
1/sheet 2 Glow wire flammability test on materials
Fire hazard testing-Part 2: Test methods-Section
1/sheet 3 Glow wire ignitability test on materials
Classification of environnemental conditions-Part 1:
Environmental parameters and their severities
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Classification of environnemental conditions-Part 1:
Environmental conditions appearing in nature
Temperature and humidity
Amendment 1
Classification of environnemental conditions-Part 2:
Environmental conditions appearing in nature
Precipitation and wind
Classification of environnemental conditions-Part 2:
Environmental conditions appearing in nature Air
pressure
Classification of environnemental conditions-Part 1:
Environmental conditions appearing in natureSolar
radiation and temperature
Amendment 1
Item designation in electrotechnology
Application guide for calculation of short-circuit
currents in low-voltage radial systems
Guide for the selection of insulators in respect of
polluted conditions
Loading and strength of overhead transmission lines
Shunt power capacitors of the self-healing type for
a.c. systems having a rated voltage up to and
including 660V-Part 1: General-Performance
requirement, testing and rating-Safety requirementsGuide for installation and operation
Shunt power capacitors of the self-healing type for
a.c. systems having a rated voltage up to and
including 660V-Part 2: Ageing test self-healing test
and destruction test
Specifications for silicone liquids for electrical
purposes
Tests for power cables wextrude insulation for rated
voltages above 30 kV (Um=36kV) up to 150 kV
(Um=170 kV)
Amendment 2, includes Amendment 1 of 1991
Short-circuit currents-Calculation of effects-part 1:
Definition and calculation methods + corrigendum
Short-circuit currents-Calculation of effects-part 2:
Example of calculation
Telecontrol equipments and systems-part 1: General
considerations-section 1: General principles
Telecontrol equipments and systems-part 1: General

695-2-1/1

17 1994 46

695-2-1/2

15 1994 46

695-2-1/3

15 1994 46

721-1

15 1990

721-1
721-1
721-2-1

3 1992
9 1995
26 1982

7
7
7

721-2-1
721-2-2

15 1988
21 1988

7
7

721-2-3

7 1987

721-2-4

15 1987

721-2-4
750
781

9 1988 7
33 1983 11
57 1989 9

815

39 1986 36

826 227 1991 35


831-1 68 1996 44

831-2

21 1995 44

836

28 1998

840

48 1988 40

840 13 1993 40
865-1 115 1993 9
865-2

81 1994

870-1-1

59 1988 28

870-1-2

37 1989 28

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considerations-section 2: Guide for specifications


Telecontrol equipments and systems-part 1: General
considerations-section 3: Glossary
Telecontrol equipments and systems-part 1: General
considerations-section 4: Basic aspects of telecontrol
data transmission and organisation of standarts IEC
870-5 and IEC 870-6
Shunt capacitor for AC power above 600 V Part 1:
General-Performance safety criteria-Guide for
installation and operation
Amendment 1
Electrical accessories-Circuit-breaker for over current
protection for household and similar installations
IEC system of plugs and socket outlets for household
and similar purposes-part 3: SELF plugs and socketoutlets 16A, 250 V a.c
IEC system of plugs and socket outlets for household
and similar purposes-part 3: SELF plugs and socketoutlets 16A, 6, 12V,24, 48V a.c. and d.c.V
Short-circuit curent calculation in three phase a.c.
systems
Short-circuit curent calculation in three phase a.c.
systems-Part 1: Factor for the calculation of shortcircuit current in three phase a.c. systems according
to IEC 909
Electrical equipment- Data of short-circuit current
calculations in accordance with IEC 909
Short-circuit curent calculation in three phase a.c.
systems-Part 3: Current during two separate
simultaneous single-phase line to earth short circuit
and partial short-circuit currents flowing to earth
Shunt power capacitors of the non-self-healing type
for a.c. systems having a rated voltage up to and
including 1 000V-part 1; General performance,testing
and rating. Safety requirements. Guide for installation
and operation
Shunt power capacitors of the non-self-healing type
for a.c. systems having a rated voltage up to and
including 1 000V-part 2: Ageing test and destruction
test
Additional requirements for enclosed switchgear and
controlgear from 1kV to &@.5 kV to be used in
severe climatic condition
Guide for the maintainance of silicone transformer
liquids
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 1:
General rules
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 2:
Circuit-breakers
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 3:
Switches disconnectors and fuse-combination units

870-1-3

65 1990 28

870-1-4

55 1994 28

871-1

76 1987 46

871-1
3 1991 46
898 177 1995 23
906-1

31 1986 23

906-3

11 1994 23

909 175 1988

909-1 145 1991

909-2

88 1992

909-3

53 1995

931-1

68 1996 44

931-2

17 1995 44

932

40 1988 27

944

13 1988

947-1 307 1996 29


947-2 255 1995 29
947-3 109 1990 30

Amendment 1
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 4:
Contactors and motors-stacters Section 1:
Electromechanical contactors and motor-starteurs +
corrigendum
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 4:
Contactors and motor-stacters Section 2: AC
semiconductors and motor-stacters Section 2: AC
semiconductors motor controllers and starters
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 5:
Control circuit devices and switch elements Section 1:
Electromechanical control circuit devices +
corrigendum
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 5:
Control circuit devices and switch elements Section 2:
Proximities switches
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 5:
Control circuit devices and switch elements Section 4:
Method of accessing the performance of low-energy
contacts-special tests
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 6
Multiple function equipment Section 1: Automatic
transfer switching equipment+corrigendum
Amendment 1
Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear-Part 6
Multiple function equipment Section 2; Control and
protective devices (or equipments) CPS=corrigendum
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for
household and similar purposes-Part 1: General
requirements
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for
household and similar purposes-Part 2-1: Particular
requirements connecting devices as separate entities
with screw-type clamping units
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for
household and similar purposes-Part 2-2: Particular
requirements connecting devices as separate entities
with screwless-type clamping units
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for
household and similar purposes-Part 2-3: Particular
requirements for connecting devices as separate
entities with insulation piercing clamping units
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for
household and similar purposes-Part 2-4: Particular
requirements for twist-on connecting devices
Connecting devices for low voltage circuits for

947-3
7 1994 30
947-4-1 183 1990 30

947-4-1 13 1994 30
947-4-1 15 1996 30
947-4-2 139 1995 30

947-5-1 127 1990 31

947-5-1 39 1994 31
947-5-1 23 1996 31
947-5-2 151 1992 31
9475-2
947-5-2
947-5-4

23 1994 31
21 1995 31
43 1996 31

947-6-1

77 1989 32

947-6-1
5 1994 32
947-6-2 111 1992 32
998-1

50 1990 38

998-2-1

41 1990 38

998-2-2

29 1991 38

998-2-3

34 1991 38

998-2-4

39 1990 38

988-2-5

75 1996

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household and similar purposes-Part 2-4: Particular


requirements for connecting boxex (junction and/or
tapping) for terminals or connecting devices
Connecting devices-Safety requirements for screwtyp and screwless-type clamping units for electrical
copper conductors
Connecting devices-Safety requirements for screwtyp and screwless-type clamping units for electrical
copper conductors-part 2: Particular requirements for
conductors from 35 mm2 up to 300 mm2
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)-part 3; Limits
Section 2: Limits for harmonic current emissions
(Equipment input current <= 16 per phase)
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)-part 4: Testing
and measurement techniques Section 1: Over view of
immunity tests-Basic EMC publication
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without
integral over current protection for household and
similar uses (RCCBs) -part 1: General rules
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without
integral over current protection for household and
similar uses (RCCBs) -part 2-1: Applicability of the
general rules to RBBCs functionally dependent on
the line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without
integral over current protection for household and
similar uses (RCCBs) -part 2-2: Applicability of the
general rules to RBBCs functionally dependent on
the line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without
integral over current protection for household and
similar uses (RCBOs) -part 1: General rules
Part 2-1: Applicability of the general rules to RCBOs
functionally dependent on line voltage
Residual current operated circuit-breakers without
integral over current protection for household and
similar uses (RCBOs) -part 2-2: Applicability of the
general rules to RCBOs functionally dependent on
the line voltage
Protection of structures against lightning-part 1:
General principles
Protection of structures against lightning-part 1:
General principles Section 1: Guide A-Selection of
protection levels for lightning protection systems
Specifications for conduit fittings for electrical
installations-part 1: general requirements
Specifications for conduit fittings for electrical
installations-part 2: Particular specifications Section 1
: Metal con duit fittings
Specifications for conduit fittings for electrical
installations-part 2: Particular specifications Section

999

56 1990

999-2

29 1995 44

1000-3-2

47 1996 45

1000-4-1 141 1997 46


1008-1 241 1996 43
1008-2-1

7 1990 43

1008-2-2

5 1990 43

1009-1 275 1996 34


1009-2-1

7 1991 34

1009-2-2

7 1991 34

1024-1

47 1990 36

1024-1-1

43 1993 ??

1035-1

45 1990 44

1035-2-1

21 1993 44

1035-2-3

22 1993 44

3:Fittings for flexible conduits of metal or composite


materials
Alternating current static watt-hour meters for activr
1036 79 1996 44
energy (classes 1 and 3)
Electronic ripple control receivers for tariff and load
1037 83 1990 42
control
Amendment 1
1037 11 1996 42
times switches for tariff and load control
1038 63 1990 33
Amendment 1
1038 13 1996 33
Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology1082-1 157 1991
part 1: General requirements
Amendment 1
1082-1 13 1995
Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology1082-3 47 1991
part 3: Connection diagrams,tables and lists
Round wire concentric lay overhead electrical
1089 65 1991 43
stranded conductors
Data exchange for meter reading, tariff and load
1107 121 1996 34
control-Direct local data exchange
Programmable controllers-part 1; General information
1131-1 63 1992
Programmable controllers-part 2: Equipment
1131-2 223 1992 47
requirements and tests
Programmable controllers-part 3: Programming
1131-3 411 1993
language
Semiconductor power convertors-adjustable speed
1136-1 67 1992
electric drive system-general requiremnt-part 1;
Rating specifications particular for d.c. motor drives
Radiation protection instrumentation-installed
1137 57 1992
personnel surface contamination monitoring
assemblies-low energy X and gamma emitters
Protection against electric shock-Common aspectsfor
1140 25 1992 35
installation and equipment
Data exchange for meter reading, tariff and load
1142 338 1993 21
control- Local bus data exchange
Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of
1241-1-1 43 1993 39
combustible dust-Part 1: Electrical apparatus
protected by enclosure Section: 1: Specifications for
apparatus
Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of
1241-1-2 35 1993
combustible dust-Part 1: Electrical apparatus
protected by enclosure Section 2: Selection
installation and maintenance
Alternating current static var-hour meters for inactivr
1268 85 1995 21
energy (classes 1 and 3)
Adjustable speed electrical power drive systems-Part
1800-3 171 1996 43
3: EMC product standart including specific test
methods for power drive systems
Letters and symbols including conventions and signs
Hand 114 1983 12
for electrical technology
book
Limits and methods of measurement of
cispr 11 57 1990 47
electromagnetic disturbance characteristics of
industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) radiofrequency equipment

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Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Limits and methods of measurement of radio
disturbance characteristics of electrical motor-operatd
and thermal appliances for household and similar
purposes, electric tools and electric apparatus
Limits and methods of measurement of radio
disturbance characteristics of information technology
equipment
Amendment 1

cispr 11
5
47
cispr 11 17
47
cispr 14 125 1993 47

cispr 22
cispr 22

45 1993 47
3
1982
2

47