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CENELEC Guide 29 - Temperatures of hot surfaces likely to be touched | |
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|In the context of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC (LVD) and following the European CommissionMandate M/346, | |
|“Standardisation mandate addressed to the European Standards body CENELEC with respect to surface temperatures of | |
|accessible non-functional surfaces of electricalequipment included in the scope of the Low Voltage Directive | |
|73/23/EEC”, CENELEC issued in April 2007 the CENELEC Guide 29 “Temperatures of hot surfaces likely to be touched”. | ||The CENELEC Guide 29 “Temperatures of hot surfaces likely to be touched” is a guidance document destined to CENELEC’s | |
|technical bodies and to manufacturers, in order to help them assess therisks associated with unintentional contact | |
|with accessible surfaces of electrical equipment. | |
|A few years ago,concerns had been raised that certain harmonized standards did not contain due requirements in terms | |
|of limitation of excessive temperatures of accessible non-functional surfaces. Indeed, in theirdaily lives, people are| |
|surrounded by electrical devices that heat up when in use. Usually those devices – or surfaces – are located within the| |
|reach of adult and sometimes of children. And...
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