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Act on Product Safety of Electrical Appliances and Materials

The PSE law is the law that governs electrical appliance safety in Japan. PSE stands for Product Safety Electrical Appliance & Material. The formal name is Denki Yōhin Anzenhō. The most recent revision comes April 1, 2001. The PSE symbol can be found on appliances that are approved for use in Japan. DENAN is a mandatory national law administered by Japans METI Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, which was formerly called the Electrical Appliance and Material Control Law" DENTORI”. For electrical appliances such as DC Power Supplies exported to Japan, the DENAN" DENAN symbol” approval ...

ANSI Z535

ANSI Z535 is an American standard that sets forth a system for presenting safety and accident prevention information. It corresponds to the international ISO 3864 standard.

Antistatic device

An antistatic device is any device that reduces, dampens, or otherwise inhibits electrostatic discharge; the buildup or discharge of static electricity, which can damage electrical components such as computer hard drives, and even ignite flammable liquids and gases. Many methods exist for neutralizing, varying in use and effectiveness depending on the application. Antistatic agents are chemical compounds that can be added to an object, or the packaging of an object, to help deter the buildup or discharge of static electricity. For the neutralization of static charge in a larger area, such ...

ATEX directive

The ATEX directive consists of two EU directives describing what equipment and work space is allowed in an environment with an explosive atmosphere. ATEX derives its name from the French title of the 94/9/EC directive: Appareils destines à être utilises en ATmospheres EXplosives.

Baseefa

Baseefa is a British certification body for equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. It is based in Buxton, Derbyshire, England. Baseefa is an ATEX Notified Body and an IECEx Certification Body and as such can provide ATEX certification, IECEx certification and supporting services. Baseefa Limited has operated as a private company since 2001. Prior to that, it was a part of the UK Health and Safety Executive HSE, a government body. In 2011 it was acquired by SGS S.A. and renamed SGS Baseefa Ltd.

Breaking capacity

Breaking capacity or interrupting rating is the current that a fuse, circuit breaker, or other electrical apparatus is able to interrupt without being destroyed or causing an electric arc with unacceptable duration. The prospective short-circuit current which can occur under short circuit conditions should not exceed the rated breaking capacity of the apparatus, otherwise breaking of the current cannot be guaranteed. The current breaking capacity corresponds to a certain voltage, so an electrical apparatus may have more than one breaking capacity current, according to the actual operating ...

                                     

ⓘ Electrical safety

  • Electrical safety testing is essential to ensure safe operating standards for any product that uses electricity. Various governments and agencies have
  • Electrical Safety First formerly the Electrical Safety Council, or ESC is a registered UK charity working with all sectors of the electrical industry
  • The National Electrical Safety Code NESC or ANSI Standard C2 is a United States standard of the safe installation, operation, and maintenance of electric
  • The Electrical Safety Foundation International ESFI formerly the National Electrical Safety Foundation, is a 501 c 3 non - profit organization based
  • provide standards to ensure electrical wiring systems that are safe for people and property. Such wiring is subject to rigorous safety standards for design and
  • responsibility for coordination and regulation of workplace health and safety electrical safety and workers compensation regulation in the state of Queensland
  • separate documents. The Canadian Electrical Code is published in several parts: Part I is the safety standard for electrical installations. Part II is a collection
  • Electrical safety is a system of organizational measures and technical means to prevent harmful and dangerous effects on workers from electric current
  • Electrical injury is a physiological reaction caused by electric current passing through the body. Electric shock occurs upon contact of a human body