This newly designed 1-day instructor-led course will review product safety of Information Technology Equipment from the technical design perspective and in the context of accessing global markets with single equipment designs. Your experienced UL instructors will cover the based content of IEC/UL60950-1.
This course covers the use and selection of Power Supplies as UL Recognized Components and their Condition of Acceptability when used within Information Technology Equipment. Construction and Testing requirements for Power Supplies are covered by a separate 1-day instructor-led course named “IEC/UL 60950-1 requirements for Power Supplies”.
Upon completion of this seminar, you should be able to:
- Determine how UL 60950 relates to IEC 60950 and recognize key National Differences for developing a global product design
- Understand general requirements and terminology
- Apply component and material selection and special construction requirements
1.) Introduction to IEC 62368-1
- Standard Update
- General Overview and Principals of the Risk based Standard
2.) Introduction (focused on Information Technology Equipment)
- Development and Organization of IEC/UL 60950-1
- Basic Safety Principles and Scope
- Identify the different types of potential hazards associated with the electrical equipment.
- Discuss the basic safety principles for ITE/TE
- Recognize how the safety requirements of UL 60950-1 address primary safety risks
- Identify the meaning of various defined terms in UL 60950-1
- Define terms used when applying the requirements of the standard
3.) Circuit Characteristics and Insulation for Information Technology Equipment
- Explain different types of electrical circuits and the required insulation between different circuits (based on circuit characteristics)
- Explain when and how protective earthing can be used as a level of protection against electric shock
4.) Requirements for Accessible Circuits and Parts
- Identify circuits which are permitted to be accessible to the user.
- Design products to meet the requirements for two levels of protection against electric shock
- Describe different methods used to meet requirements for SELV and TNV circuits
5.) Insulation Coordination for Information Technology Equipment
- Employ insulation coordination theory as it pertains to your products
- Determine the proper creepage distance, clearance, and distance through-insulation values
- Determine the separation distances below coatings and other aspects of solid insulation such as cemented joints, sealed environment, winding wires with integral insulation etc.
6.) Enclosure Design for Information Technology Equipment
- Determine the enclosure type required for a product
- Determine the correct materials for use in polymeric enclosures
- Evaluate the size and location of openings
7.) Product Tests for Information Technology Equipment
- Confirming the Existence of Risk
- Verifying Safeguards
Who we recommend this seminar for?
- Product Safety Engineers
- Compliance Engineers
- Product Designers
- Technical Marketing Professionals
- Event Location: Agrate Brianza, Italia
- Event Date: 20 November 2014
- Event Duration: 09:00 am – 17:00 pm (including lunch)
- Event Cost: EURO 360.- for one participant, EURO 340.- starting form 2nd participants from the same company
Enquiries Ermanno Rebecchi [email protected]