Protection against electric shock

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JS EN 61243-3:2009 Live working - Voltage detectors Part 3: Tow-pole low-voltage type

This part of JS 61243 is applicable to two-pole voltage detectors to be used on electrical systems for nominal voltages not exceeding 1 000 V a.c. and/or 1 500 V d.c. and below 500 Hz (nominal frequencies). The detector types are classified as follows: voltage class A: up to and including 500 V a.c./750 V d.c.; voltage class B: up to and including 1 000 V a.c./1 500 V d.c. (Published Document (JS))

JS EN 61236:2009 Saddles, pole clamps ( stick clamps ) and accessories for live working

This International Standard is applicable to saddles and pole clamps (stick clamps) used for live working, and to their accessories,It specifies: the dimensional and mechanical characteristics to be given by the manufacturer for each tool; the corresponding mechanical tests; the other points to be checked (visual, functional, marking, etc.). (Published Document (JS))

JS EN 61140:2009 Protection against electric shock - Common aspects for installation and equipment

This standard applies to the protection of persons and animals against electric sock it is intended to give fundamental principles and requirements which are common to electrical installations systems and equipment or necessary for their co-ordination. (Published Document (JS))

JS EN 61230:2009 Live working - Portable equipment for earthing or earthing and short-circuiting

This standard is applicable to portable equipment, with or without matching connection points, for temporary earthing or earthing and short-circuiting of electrically isolated or de-energized a.c. and d.c. installations, distribution and transmission networks, whether they are overhead or underground or of low or high voltage. (Published Document (JS))

JS 60479-3:2007 Effects of current on human beings and livstock Part 3: effects of current passing through the body of livestock

This standard indicates values for the electrical aipmedance oth the body of livestock as a function of the touch voltage, the degree of moisture of the hide or skin anf the current path. (Published Document (JS))

JS 263:2002 Electrical equipment - Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code)

concerns degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP code) (Withdrawn Document)

JS 264:2001 Electical appliances - Classification of electrical and electronic equipment with protection against electric shock

Concerns classification of electricaland electronic equipment with regard to protection against shock (Published Document (JS))

JS 537:1987 Electrical installations in buildings- Part three: Protection for safety - Section three: Protectionagainst overcurrent

Applies for the purpose of protection againstover current in the electrical installations in buildings (Withdrawn Document)

JS 413:1985 Electric current - Effects of electriccurrent - Part one: Effects of electric current passing through humanbody

Includes themedical point of view about the effcts of eletric current passingthrough human body in order to be used as a basis for safetyrequirements in the electrical applications (Withdrawn Document)

JS 437:1985 Electrical installations in buildings- Part three: Protection for safety - Section five: Protectionagaints under voltage

Applies to electrical installation in building (Withdrawn Document)

JS 264:1982 Electrical appliances - Classificationof electrical equipments - Part three- Classification of electricalequipment according to degree of protection from electric shock

Includesclassification of electrical equipment acording to degree ofprotection from electric shock (Withdrawn Document)