UL 60730-2-10A
Automatic Electrical Controls for Household and Similar Use; Part 2: Particular Requirements for Motor Starting Relays

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Edition Number:1SCC Approved:--
Edition Date:2002-02-01DOD Approved: --
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  • SCOPE

    1 Scope and normative references

    This clause of Part 1 is replaced as follows:

    1.1 This part of International Standard IEC 60730 applies to controls for automatically controlling the starting windings of single phase motors associated with equipment for household and similar use.

    This standard applies to motor-starting relays using NTC or PTC thermistors, additional requirements for which are contained in Annex J.

    1.1.1 This Part 2 applies to the inherent safety, to the operating values, operating times and operating sequences where such are associated with equipment safety, and to the testing of motor starting relays used in, or in association with, household or similar equipment.

    Throughout this Part 2, the word "equipment" means "appliance and equipment." The words "starting relay" mean "motor starting relay."

    Motor-starting relays for equipment not intended for normal household use, but which nevertheless may be used by the public, such as equipment intended to be used by laymen in shops, in light industry and on farms, are within the scope of this standard.

    This standard does not apply to motor-starting relays designed exclusively for industrial applications.

    1.1.2 This Part 2 applies to starting relays incorporating electronic devices, starting relays using thermistor elements, thermal elements and magnetic elements.

    1.1.3 This Part 2 does not apply to general purpose relays or to contactors and motor starters of the type covered by IEC 158 and 292. This standard does not apply to mechanical timers or mechanically operated motor starting devices.

    1.1.4 This Part 2 applies to manual controls when such are electrically and/or mechanically integral with starting relays.

    Requirements for manual switches not forming part of a starting relay are contained in IEC 61058-1.

    1.2 This Part 2 applies to starting relays with a rated voltage not exceeding 690 V and with a rated current not exceeding 63 A.

    1.3 This Part 2 does not take into account the response value of an automatic action of a starting relay, if such a response value is dependent upon the method of mounting the starting relay in the equipment. Where a response value is of significant purpose for the protection of the user or surroundings, the value defined in the appropriate household equipment standard or as determined by the manufacturer shall apply.

    1.4 This standard applies also to motor-starting relays incorporating electronic devices, requirements for which are contained in annex h.

    1.5 Normative references

    This subclause of Part 1 is applicable.

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    • Cover
    • Transmittal
    • Table of Contents
    • UL Preface
    • UL Foreword
    • Deviations
    • IEC Foreword
    • IEC Preface
      • AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL CONTROLS FOR HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR USE – Part 2: Particular requirements for motor starting relays
        • Section
          • 1 Scope and normative references
          • 2 Definitions
            • 2.2 Definitions of types of control according to purpose
            • 2.3 Definitions relating to the function of controls
          • 3 General requirements
          • 4 General notes on tests
          • 5 Rating
          • 6 Classification
            • 6.3 According to their purpose
            • 6.13 According to value of proof tracking index (PTI) for the insulation material used
            • 6.15 According to construction
            • 6.15 Integrated or incorporated
          • 7 Information
          • 8 Protection against electric shock
          • 9 Provision for protective earthing
          • 10 Terminals and terminations
          • 11 Constructional requirements
          • 12 Moisture and dust resistance
          • 13 Electric strength and insulation resistance
          • 14 Heating
          • 15 Manufacturing deviation and drift
          • 16 Environmental stress
          • 17 Endurance
          • 18 Mechanical strength
          • 19 Threaded parts and connections
          • 20 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation
          • 21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking
          • 22 Resistance to corrosion
          • 23 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Emission
          • 24 Components
          • 25 Normal operation
          • 26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity
          • 27 Abnormal operation
          • 28 Guidance on the use of electronic disconnection
        • FIGURES
        • ANNEXES
        • ANNEX C (normative) Cotton used for mercury switch test
        • ANNEX E (normative) Circuit for measuring leakage current
        • ANNEX H (normative) Requirements for electronic controls
          • H.17 Endurance
          • H.26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity
          • H.27 Abnormal operation
            • H.27.2 Burn-out test
            • H.27.3 Over-voltage and under-voltage test
    • Annex 10.DVA – Manufacturing and Production Tests(normative)