This book provides a step-by-step approach to meeting the LVD and reducing safety approval costs. It is a practical and easy to follow guide aimed at helping manufacturers of electrical products, and in particular small and medium sized businesses to understand the requirements of the LV regulations, understand the basic safety principles, self assess their products and create customised safety reports. The guide is presented in four parts: the first part examines the regulations, their enforcement and the concept of due diligence; the second and most detailed part takes the reader through the process of product self evaluation and report compilation; part three deals with the documentation, i.e. how to compile a technical file and how to prepare a declaration of conformity; finally part four explains how to set up factory and production control systems. Electrical Product Safety has been written by a Trading Standards Office (D. Holland) and an experienced Safety Approvals Engineer (J. Tzimenakis). A complete, practical guide to meeting core EU legal requirements. Designed for easy application by small and medium companies, not just large technical teams. Expertise of an author who has set up a similar system at Sony, and supplies supporting software.... rather than on fundamental laws. 10.4 Construction - wiring Wiring used in electrical equipment can be categorized as internal or external. Internal wires are those used inside the equipment for PWB/sub- assembly connections, whileanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electrical Product Safety|
|Author||:||Jimmy Tzimenakis, David Holland|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 2000|