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GB 2099.2-2012: [GB/T 2099.2-2012] Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes -- Part 2: Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances
This Part specifies the technical requirements for terminals and ends, structural requirements, mechanical properties, electrical properties of household and similar socket-outlets for appliance. This Part only applies to the AC socket-outlets, which have a rated voltage not exceeding 250 V AND a rated current not exceeding 16 A, with or without grounding socket, are embedded or intended to be installed in or fixed to the appliance, hereinafter referred to as socket-outlet for appliance.
GB/T 2099.2-2012 (Renamed from GB 2099.2-2012)
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 29.120.30
K 30
GB 2099.2-2012
Replacing GB 2099.2-1997
Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar
purposes - Part 2: Particular requirements for socket-
outlets for appliances
(IEC 60884-2-2:2006, Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes - Part 2-2: Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances, MOD)
ISSUED ON: DECEMBER 31, 2012
IMPLEMENTED ON: DECEMBER 01, 2013
Issued by: General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of PRC;
Standardization Administration of PRC.
This standard was converted into recommended standard, standard
numbered GB/T 2099.2-2012, from March 23, 2017
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
1 Scope ... 7
2 Normative references ... 7
3 Terms and definitions ... 8
4 General requirements ... 9
5 Test overview ... 9
6 Rated value ... 9
7 Categories... 9
8 Signs ... 9
9 Dimension inspection ... 9
10 Protection against electric shock ... 9
11 Grounding measures ... 10
12 Terminals and ends ... 10
13 Structure of fixed socket-outlet ... 11
14 Structure of plugs and mobile socket-outlets ... 12
15 Interlocking socket ... 12
16 Resistance to aging, protection provided by enclosure, moisture proof ... 12 17 Insulation resistance and electric strength ... 12
18 Working of grounding contact ... 12
19 Temperature rise ... 12
20 Breaking capacity ... 12
21 Normal operation ... 12
22 Force required to pull out the plug ... 13
23 Flexible cable and its connection ... 13
24 Mechanical strength ... 13
25 Heat resistance ... 14
26 Screws, current-carrying parts, their connections ... 14
27 Creepage distance, electrical clearance, distance through sealant ... 14 28 Abnormal heat resistance, flame resistance, tracking resistance of insulating materials ... 15
29 Anti-rust performance ... 15
30 Additional tests for plugs with insulating sheath ... 15
Foreword
All technical content of this part of GB 2099 is mandatory.
GB 2099 is a series of standards for household and similar plugs and sockets, which are divided into the following parts:
Part 1: General requirements (GB 2099.1)
Part 2: Particular requirements (GB 2099.2 ~ 2099.7)
- Particular requirements for plugs with fuse;
- Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances;
- Particular requirements for converters;
- Particular requirements for fixed non-interlocking sockets with switches; - Particular requirements for fixed interlocking socket switches;
- Particular requirements for plugs and sockets for safety extra-low voltage. This Part is part 2 of GB 2099: Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances.
This Part was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009. This Part replaces GB 2099.2-1997 "Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar purposes - Part 2: Particular requirements for socket-outlets for appliances". Compared with GB 2099.2-1997, the main changes in this Part are as follows:
- In Chapter 1 Scope, SPECIFY that "the ambient temperature around the
appliance socket usually does not exceed 35 °C, AND occasionally reaches 40 °C."
- MODIFY the Chapter 2 Normative references, as well as the references in the main text accordingly. DELETE IEC 320-2-2:1990 and IEC 760:1983;
ADD GB/T 2423.55-2006. In the relevant provisions, USE the GB 17196
"Connecting devices - Flat quick-connect terminations for electrical copper conductors - Safety requirements" to replace the original IEC 760 standard. - CHANGE the title of Chapter 3 into "Terms and definitions". CHANGE the title of Chapter 5 into "Test overview". CHANGE the title of Chapter 12 into "Terminals and ends". CHANGE the title of Chapter 16 into "Aging
resistance, Protection provided by enclosure and moisture resistance".
Plugs and socket-outlets for household and similar
purposes - Part 2: Particular requirements for socket-
outlets for appliances
1 Scope
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable, after the following modifications. USE the following descriptions to replace the first paragraph:
This Part specifies the technical requirements for terminals and ends, structural requirements, mechanical properties, electrical properties of household and similar socket-outlets for appliance.
This Part only applies to the AC socket-outlets, which have a rated voltage not exceeding 250 V AND a rated current not exceeding 16 A, with or without grounding socket, are embedded or intended to be installed in or fixed to the appliance, hereinafter referred to as socket-outlet for appliance.
ADD the following after the fourth paragraph:
If it is also intended for a fixed device, the socket-outlet for appliance shall be equipped with a device for fixing to an appropriate mounting box.
Socket-outlets for appliance are intended to be used, in stand-alone appliances and office equipment, computers, audio-visual and camera equipment, range hoods, stoves, etc.
If necessary, describe the use of socket-outlet for appliance, in the standards for appliances or equipment.
The ambient temperature, around the socket-outlet for appliance, usually does not exceed 35 °C, AND occasionally reaches 40 °C.
2 Normative references
The following documents are essential to the application of this document. For the dated documents, only the versions with the dates indicated are applicable to this document; for the undated documents, only the latest version (including all the amendments) is applicable to this standard.
11 Grounding measures
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
12 Terminals and ends
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable, after the following modifications. 12.1.1 ADD the following after the first paragraph:
Socket-outlets for appliances shall be equipped with screw-type terminals, screwless terminals or male tab for flat quick-connect terminations.
Notes a and b of Table 3 are not applicable.
ADD:
12.101 Flat quick-connect termination
The male tabs and plug sleeves, which are used for the test, shall meet the requirements of GB 17196.
12.101.1 Structural requirements
12.101.1.1 The male tab shall be of nominal size:
2.8 mm × 0.8 mm or
4.8 mm × 0.8 mm or
6.3 mm × 0.8 mm
As listed in GB 17196.
Compliance is checked by measuring 3 specimens, all of which shall meet the size requirements of GB 17196.
The structure of round grooves, rectangular grooves, hole-shaped grooves, as well as irreversible flat quick-connect termination, if any, shall also meet the requirements of GB 17196.
12.101.1.2 The male tab shall be made of (bare or tinned) copper or copper alloy. As long as the reliability of its electrical and mechanical properties is not reduced, especially in terms of corrosion resistance, contact resistance stability, mechanical strength, certain materials and plating, other than the above, can also be used.
components is not affected by the method of installing the socket-outlet on the appliance.
The fixing method shall be such, that the socket-outlet cannot be rotated or removed from the appliance, without the aid of tools.
14 Structure of plugs and mobile socket-outlets
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is not applicable.
15 Interlocking socket
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
16 Resistance to aging, protection provided by
enclosure, moisture proof
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
17 Insulation resistance and electric strength
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
18 Working of grounding contact
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
19 Temperature rise
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
20 Breaking capacity
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
21 Normal operation
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
22 Force required to pull out the plug
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable.
23 Flexible cable and its connection
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is not applicable.
24 Mechanical strength
This Chapter of GB 2099.1-2008 is applicable, after the following modifications. ADD:
For socket-outlets for appliances, 24.101 below applies.
ADD:
24.101 Socket-outlets for appliances can be tested, by the spring hammer test device, which is specified in GB/T 2423.55, to impose an impact on the
specimen.
When the socket-outlet for appliance is installed, according to normal use, all surfaces, that may be touched, shall be tested, by the use of the above- mentioned test device.
For the socket-outlet, which is integrated with the appliance OR designed to fit into the appliance, carry out the test according to normal use.
The socket-outlet for fixing to the appliance shall be installed on a vertical plywood, which has a thickness of 8 mm AND a length and width of 175 mm. The plywood does not have a metal backing plate. The plywood shall be
installed on a rigid frame, which is fixed to a brick, concrete or similar solid wall. To apply an impact to all accessible surfaces, the test device shall be calibrated, so that the energy it delivers is corresponding to the energy, which is delivered by the impact element of the impact pendulum, as shown in the relevant Figures and Table 21 of GB 2099.1
For all such surfaces, find the three weakest points AND apply 3 impacts to each point (up to 9 impacts).
Note: The energy value of the following spring hammer is regarded as corresponding to the energy value, which is delivered by the impact pendulum. See Table 103.
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