The Low Voltage Directive applies to equipment using or generating voltage from 50 V AC (75 V DC) to 1000 V AC (1500 V DC).
All manufacturers of electrical equipment in this range must meet the requirements of this regulation and affix the CE marking to the product.
What Do You Want to Know?
- Label Endurance
- Protection against access to tensioned sections
- Input Power and Current
- Leakage Current
- Electrical Strength
- Resistance to moisture
- Unusual Work Test
- Structural testing
- Discharge Test
- Tensile Testing
- Grounding test
- Isolation test
- Ball pressure test
- Glow wire test
- Test against surface leakage test
- 73/23 / EC: Regulation on Electrical Equipment Designed for Use within Certain Voltage Limits (LVD)
- EN 60335-1 (TS 2000): Safety regulations - For household and similar electrical appliances - Part 1: General requirements
- TS EN 60598-1: Lighting Fixtures
- TS EN 60950-1: Information technology equipment
- EN 61010-1 (TS 2418): Measurement, Control and Electrical Devices Used in Laboratory
- EN 60204-1 (TS 10316): Safety in machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General rules
- EN 60034-1 (TS 3205): Rotary electric machines - Part 1: Declaration values and performance
- EN 60601-1 (TS 4535): Electrical Medical Devices - Part 1: General Safety Rules
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Kiwa offers design control, technical documentation review and electrical safety tests for electrical equipment manufacturers with its laboratory infrastructure and expert staff.
Our services include:
- Design Control of Electrical Equipment
- Technical File Review
- Electrical Tests
USP / Benefits
Provides safety for electrical equipment.