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    Safety of Transportable Motor-Operated Electric Tools - Part 1: General Requirements (Adopted IEC 1029-1:1990, first edition, with Canadian deviations) | Scurit des machines-outils lectriques semi-fixes - Partie 1: Rgles gnrales (norme CEI 1029-1:1990 adopte, premire dition, avec exigences propres au Canada)

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1994

    Publisher:  Canadian Standards Association

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope
    2 Definitions
    3 General requirement
    4 General notes on tests
    5 Rating
    6 Classification
    7 Marking
    8 Protection against electric shock
    9 Starting
    10 Input and current
    11 Heating
    12 Leakage current
    13 Radio and television interference suppression
    14 Protection against ingress of foreign bodies and
       moisture resistance
    15 Insulation resistance and electric strength
    16 Endurance
    17 Abnormal operation
    18 Stability and mechanical hazards
    19 Mechanical strength
    20 Construction
    21 Internal wiring
    22 Components
    23 Supply connection and external flexible cables and cords
    24 Terminals for external conductors
    25 Provision for earthing
    26 Screws and connections
    27 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through
       insulation
    28 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking
    29 Resistance to rusting
    30 Radiation
    ANNEXES
    ANNEX A - NORMATIVE REFERENCES
    ANNEX B (normative) - THERMAL CUT-OUTS AND OVERLOAD
            RELEASES
    ANNEX C (normative) - ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
    ANNEX D (normative) - MEASUREMENT OF CREEPAGE DISTANCES
            AND CLEARANCES

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    Applicable to electric motor-operated or magnetically-driven tools, intended for indoor and for outdoor use, which have all the following characteristics: a) easily moved by one person, simple devices to facilitate transportation may be incorporated, e.g. handles, wheels and the like; b) used in a safe stationary position with or without fixing, e.g. fast clamping devices, bolting and the like; c) used under the control of an operator; d) not intended for continuous production or production line use; e) intended to be connected to electric supply by a flexible cord and a plug; f) maximum rated voltage not exceeding 250 V single-phase, a.c. or d.c., or 440 V three-phase, a.c.; g) maximum rated input not exceeding 2500 W, for single-phase a.c. or d.c., and 4000 W for three-phase a.c.

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    Scope 1.1 This Standard applies to electric motor-operated or magnetically-driven tools, intended for indoor and for outdoor use, which have all the following characteristics: (a) easily moved by one person, simple devices to facilitate transportation may be incorporated, e.g. handles, wheels and the like; (b) used in a safe stationary position with or without fixing, e.g. fast clamping devices, bolting and the like; (c) used under the control of an operator; (d) not intended for continuous production or production line use; (e) intended to be connected to electric supply by a flexible cord and a plug; (f) maximum rated voltage not exceeding 250 V single-phase, a.c. or d.c., or 440 V three-phase, a.c.; (g) maximum rated input not exceeding 2 500 W, for single-phase a.c. or d.c., and 4 000 W for three-phase a.c. Notes: (1) These tools are commonly known as \"transportable motor- operated electric tools\", hereinafter referred to, in the text, as tools. Examples of these tools are given in the footnote. (2) Additional special driving mechanisms for cooling pumps and dust-exhaust devices are allowed. (3) When tools are used in locations where special conditions prevail, for example explosive atmospheres or areas where hazards arising from dust or fire are likely to occur, special precautionary measures or special types of construction are necessary. (4) Multifunction tools that have clearly separate modes of operation are required to comply separately with the requirements applicable to each specific mode of operation. (5) This Standard does not apply to electric motor-operated household and similar electrical appliances according to IEC 335-1; hand-held electric motor-operated tools according to IEC 745-1; electrical equipment for industrial machine-tools according to IEC 204; - small low voltage transformer operated bench tools intended for model making, e.g. radio controlled model aircraft or cars, etc.; food preparation machines. 1.2 This Standard is concerned with safety and takes into account the influence on safety of components necessary to achieve a required degree of radio and television interference suppression. 1.3 This Standard applies to the safety of such equipment designed to be installed and used in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, CEC, Part I. Note: Manufacturers designing products for use in Canada may find a helpful summary of the equipment-related requirements of the CEC, Part I, in CSA Publication Spe-2000. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Domaine dapplication 1.1 La prsente norme s\'applique aux outils lectriques moteurs ou entranement magntique, prvus pour tre utiliss l\'intrieur ou l\'extrieur, et ayant les caractristiques suivantes: (a) facilement maniables par une personne, des dispositifs simples pour faciliter le transport peuvent y tre incorpors, tels que par exemple des poignes, des roues ou des dispositifs similaires; (b) utilisables de faon sre en position fixe avec ou sans fixati on, tels que par exemple: dispositifs de fixation rapide, boulons ou dispositifs similaires; (c) utiliss sous le contrle d\'un oprateur; (d) non prvus pour une production continue ou sur chane; (e) prvus pour tre relis une alimentation lectrique par l\'intermdiaire d\'un cble souple d\'alimentation et d\'une fiche de prise de courant; (f) tension nominale maximale ne dpassant pas 250 V en courant monophas alternatif ou continu, ou 440 V en courant triphas alternatif; (g) puissance nominale maximale ne dpassant pas 2 500 W pour le courant monophas alternatif ou continu et 4 000 W pour le courant triphas alternatif. Notes: (1) Ces outils sont communment appels machines-outils semi- fixes. Dans la suite de la prsente norme, ils sont appels outils . Des exemples de ces outils sont donns dans la note de bas de page. (2) Des dispositifs complmentaires pour faire fonctionner des pompes de refroidissement ou des aspirateurs de poussires sont admis. (3) Lorsque les outils sont utiliss dans des endroits o existent des conditions particulires, telles que par exemple des atmosphres explosives, ou des endroits o des risques pr ovenant de la poussire ou du feu sont probables, des mesures spciales ou des types spciaux de construction sont ncessaires. (4) Les outils multifonctions qui prsentent des modes de fonctionnement clairement diffrencis doivent satisfaire sparment aux rgles applicables chaque mode de fonctionnement spcifi. (5) la prsente norme ne s\'applique pas aux appareils moteurs lectriques usages domestiques ou analogues conformes la CEI 335-1; aux outils lectriques portatifs conformes la CEI 745-1; aux quipements lectriques pour machines-outils industrielles conformes la CEI 204; aux outils aliments par des petits transformateurs basse tension conus pour le modlisme, tels que par exemple les avions ou les voitures tlguids; aux appareils pour la prparation de la nourriture. 1.2 La prsente norme traite de la scurit et tient compte de l\'influence sur celle-ci des dispositifs ncessaires pour atteindre un degr prescrit de rduction des perturbations de radiodiffusion et de tlvision. 1.3 Cette norme s\'applique la scurit du matriel destin tre install et utilis conformment au Code canadien de l\'lectricit (CCE), Premire partie. Note. Les fabricants qui conoivent des produits destins au march canadien peuvent trouver un rsum utile des exigences du CCE, Premire partie visant ces appareils dans la publication CSA Spe-2000.

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    Product Note Reconfirmed EN
    Publisher Canadian Standards Association
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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