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CONTENTS

FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1 Scope and norm ative references . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2 Term s and definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3 G eneral requirem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7
4 G eneral notes on tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7
5 Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8
6 Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8
7 I nform ation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
8 Protection ag ainst electric shock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
9 Provision for protective earthing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
1 0 Term inals and term inations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
1 1 Constru ctional requirem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
1 2 Moisture and dust resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1 3 Electric strength and insulation resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1 4 H eating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
1 5 Manufacturing deviation and drift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
1 6 Environm ental stress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
1 7 Endurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
1 8 Mechanical
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1 9 Threaded parts and connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
20 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
22 Resistance to corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
23 Electrom agnetic com patibility (EMC) requirem ents – Em ission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
24 Com ponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
25 N orm al operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
26 Electrom agnetic com patibility (EMC) requirem ents – I m m unity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
27 Abnorm al operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
28 G uidance on the use of electronic disconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Annex H (norm ative) Requirem ents for electronic controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Annex J (norm ative) Requirem ents for therm istor elem ents and controls u sing
therm istors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Annex BBAA (inform ative) Functional characteristics of burner control system s to be
specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Annex BB (inform ative) Specific regional requirem ents in J apan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Bibliog raphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Figu re 1 01 – Pulse spark generation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Figu re H . 1 01 – Voltag e variation test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Table 1 (7. 2 of edition 3) – Requ ired inform ation and m ethods of providing inform ation . . . . . . . . . 21
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Table H . 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Table H . 1 01 – Tim ing of short-term supply voltage variations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Table H . 1 03 – Peak voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Table H . 1 041 03 – Test levels for electrostatic discharge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Table BBAA. 1 – Fu nctional characteristics of burner control system s to be specified by
the relevant appliance standards, as applicable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
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DISCLAIMER
This Consolidated version is not an official IEC Standard and has been prepared for
user convenience. Only the current versions of the standard and its amendment(s) are
to be considered the official documents.

This Consolidated version of IEC 60730-2-5 bears the edition number 4.1 . It consists of
the fourth edition (201 3-1 1 ) [documents 72/922/FDIS and 72/929/RVD] and its
amendment 1 (201 7-08) [documents 72/1 084/FDIS and 72/1 1 03/RVD]. The technical
content is identical to the base edition and its amendment.
In this Redline version, a vertical line in the margin shows where the technical content is
modified by amendment 1 . Additions are in green text, deletions are in strikethrough red
text. A separate Final version with all changes accepted is available in this publication.
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I nternational Standard I EC 60730-2-5 has been prepared by I EC technical com m ittee 72:
Au tom atic electrical controls.

This publication has been drafted in accordance with the I SO/I EC Directives, Part 2.

This part 2-5 is intended to be u sed in conj unction with I EC 60730-1 . I t was established on the
basis of the fourth edition (201 0) of that pu blication. Consideration m ay be given to future
editions of, or am endm ents to, I EC 60730-1 .

The title of I EC 60730-2-5 Ed. 4 has been updated to the title of I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0. H owever,
I EC 60730-2-5 Ed. 4. 0 has not been updated in accordance with the technical requ irem ents in
I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0.

This part 2-5 supplem ents or m odifies the corresponding clau ses in I EC 60730-1 so as to
convert that publication into the I EC standard: Safety requ irem ents for autom atic electrical
bu rner control system s.

Where this part 2-5 states "addition", "m odification", or "replacem ent", the relevant
requirem ent, test specification or explanatory m atter in Part 1 should be adapted accordingly.

Where no change is necessary, this part 2-5 indicates that the relevant clause or subclause
applies.

I n the developm ent of a fully international standard, it has been necessary to take into
consideration the differing requirem ents resulting from practical experience in various parts of
the world and to recognize the variation in national electrical system s and wiring rules.

The “i n som e cou n tri es” n otes reg ardi n g di fferi ng n ati on al practi ces are con tai ned i n th e fol l owi ng su bcl au ses:
– 2. 3. 1 27
– 6. 1 1
– 1 5. 7
– 1 7. 1 6. 1 02. 1
– H . 26. 1 1 . 1 03
– Tabl e H . 21 , N ote 7

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1 ) The following print types are used:
– Requ irem ents proper: in rom an type;
– Test specifications: in italic type;
– Expl an atory m atter; i n sm al l rom an type;
– Words defined in Clause 2: bol d .
2) Subclauses, notes, tables and figures which are additional to those in Part 1 are num bered
starting from 1 01 , additional annexes are lettered AA, BB, etc.
A list of all parts of the I EC 60730 series, under the general title Automatic electrical controls
can be found on the I EC website.
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AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL CONTROLS –
Part 2-5: Particular requirements for automatic
electrical burner control systems

1 Scope and normative references


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 .1 Scope
Replacement:

This part of I EC 60730 applies to autom atic electrical burner control system s for the automatic
control of burners for oil, gas, coal or other com bustibles for household and sim ilar use
inclu ding heating, air conditioning and sim ilar use.

This part 2-5 is applicable to a com plete burner control system and to a separate
programming unit . This part 2-5 is also applicable to a separate electronic high-voltage
ignition source and to a separate flame detector .
NOTE Separate ignition devices (el ectrodes, pilot bu rn ers, etc. ) are not covered by th i s part 2-5 u n l ess they are
su bm i tted as part of a bu rn er con trol system . Requ i rem ents for separate i g ni ti on tran sform ers are contai n ed i n
I EC 60989.

Throu ghout this part 2-5, where it can be used unam biguou sly, the word "system " m eans
"burner control system " and "system s" m eans "burner control system s".

System s utilizing therm oelectric flam e su pervision are not covered by this part 2- 5.

1 .1 .1 This part 2-5 applies to the inherent safety, to the m anufactu rer's declared operating
values , operating times and operating sequences where such are associated with burner
safety and to the testing of autom atic electrical burner control system s used in, on, or in
association with, bu rners.

NOTE Requ i rem ents for speci fi c operating values , operating times and operating sequences are g i ven i n th e
standards for appl i ances an d equ i pm ent.

System s for equipm ent not intended for norm al household u se, but which nevertheless m ay be
used by the pu blic, such as equipm ent intended to be used by laym en in shops, in light industry
and on farm s, are within the scope of this part 2-5.

This part 2-5 applies to system s u sing NTC or PTC therm istors, additional requirem ents for
which are contained in Annex J .

This part 2-5 does not apply to system s designed exclusively for industrial applications.

1 .1 .2 This part 2-5 applies to manual controls when such are electrically and/or m echanically
integral with automatic controls .

NOTE Requ i rem ents for m an u al swi tch es not form i ng part of an automatic control are contai n ed i n I EC 61 058-1 .

Throu ghout this part 2-5, the word "equipm ent" m eans "appliance and equipm ent".
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This part of I EC 60730 applies to au tom atic electrical burner control systems for the
automatic control of bu rners for oil, g as, coal or other com bu stibles intended to be used
• for household and sim ilar use,
• in shops, offices, hospitals, farm s and com m ercial and industrial applications.
This I nternational Standard is applicable

• to a com plete burner control system ,


• to a separate programming unit ,
• to a separate electronic high-voltage ignition source ,
• to a separate flame detector and
• to a separate high-temperature operation (HTO) detector .
NOTE 1 Th rou g h ou t th i s docu m en t, wh ere i t can be u sed u n am bi g u ou sl y, the word "system " m ean s "bu rn er
con trol system " an d "system s" m ean s "bu rner control system s".

NOTE 2 Th rou g h ou t th i s docu m en t, th e word "equ i pm ent" m eans "appl i ance an d equ i pm ent. "

This standard does not apply to therm oelectric flam e su pervision controls; therm oelectric flam e
supervision controls are covered by I SO 23551 -6.

This docu m ent also applies to electrical burner control systems intended exclusively for
indu strial process applications e. g. those applications covered by I SO TC 244 (I SO 1 3577) .

1 .1 .1 This docu m ent applies to the inherent safety, to the declared operating values ,
operating times and operating sequences where such are associated with burner safety and
to the testing
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NOTE Requ i rem ents for speci fi c operati ng val ues , operati ng ti mes and operati ng sequ ences are g i ven i n th e
standards for appl i ances an d equ i pm ent.

1 .1 .2 This docum ent applies to AC or DC powered system s with a rated voltag e not
exceeding 660 V AC or 600 V DC.

1 .1 .3 This docum ent does not take into account the response value of an automatic action
of a control , if such a response value is dependent upon the m ethod of m ounting the control
in the equ ipm ent. Where a response value is of significant purpose for the protection of the
user , or surroundings, the value defined in the appropriate equipm ent standard or as
determ ined by the m anufacturer applies.

1 .1 .4 This docum ent applies also to system s incorporating electronic devices , requirem ents
for which are contained in Annex H .

1 .1 .5 This docu m ent applies to system s u sing NTC or PTC therm istors, additional
requirem ents for which are contained in Annex J .

1 .1 .6 This docum ent includes system s responsive to flam e properties and tem perature for
H TO.

1 .2 Replacement:

This part 2-5 applies to system s with a rated voltage not exceeding 660 V and with a rated
current not exceeding 63 A.

1 .3 Replacement:
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This part 2-5 does not take into account the response value of an automatic action of a
control, if such a response value is dependent upon the m ethod of m ou nting the control in the
equipm ent. Where a response value is of significant purpose for the protection of the user , or
surroundings, the valu e defined in the appropriate household equipm ent standard or as
determ ined by the m anufacturer applies.

NOTE Th i s part 2-5 i ncl u des system s respon si ve to fl am e properti es.

1 .4 Replacement:

This part 2-5 applies also to system s incorporating electronic devices , requirem ents for which
are contained in Annex H .

1 .51 .2 Normative references


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:

I EC 60068-2-6, Environmental testing – Part 2: Tests – Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)

I EC 60079-20-1 :201 0, Explosive atmospheres – Part 20-1: Material characteristics for gas and
vapour classification – Test methods and data

I EC 61 643-1 1 , Low-voltage surge protective devices – Part 11: Surge protective devices
connected to low-voltage power systems – Requirements and test methods

I SO 23551 -6:201 4, Safety and control devices for gas burners and gas-burning appliances –
Particular requirements – Part 6: Thermoelectric flame supervision controls

Replacement:

I EC 601 27-1 :201 5, Miniature fuses – Part 1: Definitions for miniature fuses and general
requirements for miniature fuse-links

2 Terms and definitions

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

2.2 Definitions of types of control according to purpose


NOTE Defi n i ti on 2. 2. 23 i s n ot appl i cabl e.

Additional definitions:

2.2.1 01
burner control system
system which includes a programming unit , a flame detector or, if applicable, an HTO
detector and m ay include an ignition source and/or ignition device and which m onitors the
operation of fuel bu rners

Note 1 to en try: Th e vari ou s fu ncti ons of th e system m ay be i n on e or m ore hou si ng s.

2.2.1 02
flame detector
device which provides the programming unit with a signal indicating the presence or absence
of flam e
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Note 1 to en try: I t i ncl u des the flame sensor an d m ay i ncl u de an am pl i fi er an d a rel ay for si g n al transmission . Th e
am pl i fi er an d rel ay m ay be i n i ts own hou si ng or com bi ned wi th th e programming unit .

2.2.1 03
flame sensor
device which senses the flam e and provides the input signal to the flame detector am plifier

Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are opti cal sensors an d fl am e el ectrodes (fl am e rods) .

2.2.1 04
ignition source
electrical or electronic system com ponent which provides energy to an ignition device
Note 1 to entry: I t m ay be separated from or i ncorporated i n the programming unit . Exam pl es are i g n i ti on
tran sform ers an d el ectron i c h i g h -vol tag e g en erators.

2.2.1 05
ignition device
device m ounted on or adj acent to a burner for igniting fuel at the burner

Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are pilot bu rners, spark el ectrodes and h ot su rface i g ni ters.

2.2.1 06
programming unit
device which controls the burner operation in a declared sequence from start-up to shut-down
within declared tim ings and in response to signals from regu lating , lim iting and m onitoring
devices

2.2.1 07
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system that allows m ore than one valve open period during its declared operating sequence

2.2.1 08
HTO detector
device which provides the programming unit with a signal indicating presence or absence of
HTO
Note 1 to en try: I t i ncl u des the HTO-sensor an d m ay i ncl u de an am pl i fi er an d a rel ay for si g n al transmission .
The am pl i fi er an d rel ay m ay be i n i ts own hou si ng or com bi ned wi th the programming unit .

2.2.1 09
HTO-sensor
device which senses the tem peratu re of a su rface or a m edium within the com bu stion cham ber
which is in direct contact with a flam m able fuel-air m ixture and provides a signal indicating
presence or absence of HTO

2.2.1 1 0
auto-ignition temperature
AIT
lowest tem perature (of a hot su rface or the environm ent) at which an ignition of a flam m able
fuel/air m ixture occurs

[SOU RCE: I EC 60079-20-1 :201 0, 3. 3, m odified : "or the environm ent" has been added in the
parenthesis, "at which under specified test conditions" has been deleted and " flam m able gas
or vapou r in m ixtu re with air or air/inert gas" has been replaced by " flam m able fuel/air
m ixture"]
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2.2.1 1 1
high-temperature operation
HTO
operation on the basis of auto-ignition temperature which assu res ig nition and burning of fu el

Note 1 to entry: Hi g h-temperature operati on i s u sed e. g . i n fu el cel l s (I EC 62282-3-1 00) and i n i n du stri al
fu rn aces and associ ated processi ng equ i pm ent (I SO 1 3577) wh ere i g n i ti on and bu rni n g i s detected by m ean s of
sen si n g th e tem peratu re.

2.3 Definitions relating to the function of controls


2.3.30
Tmax
Replace " switch head " by " burner control system . "

2.3.32
safety shut-down
Replacement:
de-energ ization of the m ain fuel flow m eans as the result of the action of a lim iter, a cut-ou t or
the detection of an internal fault of the system

Note 1 to en try: Safety shu t-down m ay i ncl u de addi ti on al acti ons by th e system .

Additional definitions:

2.3.1 01
automatic recycle
autom atic repetition of the start-up procedure, without m anual intervention, following loss of the
supervised flam e and subsequ ent fuel supply shutoff

2.3.1 02
controlled shut-down
de-energization of the fuel flow m eans as a result of the opening of a control loop by a control
device such as a thermostat leading the system to return to the start position

Note 1 to en try: Control l ed shut-down m ay i n cl u de addi ti onal acti on s by the system .

2.3.1 03
flame detector response time
period of tim e between the loss of the sensed flam e and the signal indicating the absence of
flam e

2.3.1 04
flame detector operating characteristics
that function of the flame detector which indicates absence or presence of flam e as the output
sig nal of the flame detector relating to the input signal

Note 1 to en try: N orm al l y th e i npu t si g n al i s provi ded by a fl am e sensor .

2.3.1 04.1
signal for presence of flame
S1
m inim um signal which indicates the presence of flam e when there was previously no flam e
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2.3.1 04.2
signal for absence of flame
S2
m axim um signal which indicates the loss of flam e

Note 1 to en try: S 2 i s l ess th an S 1 .

2.3.1 04.3
maximum flame signal
S max
m axim u m signal which does not affect the tim ings or the sequence

2.3.1 04.4
signal for visible light flame simulation
S3
m inim u m signal which indicates the presence of flam e during the visible lig ht flame simulation
test

Note 1 to en try: S 3 i s l ess than S 2 .

2.3.1 05
self-checking flame detector
flame detector which checks for correct operation of the flame detector and its associated
electronic circuitry while the bu rner is in the running position

2.3.1 06
flame detector self-checking rate
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2.3.1 07
flame failure lock-out time
flame failure response time
period of tim e between the signal indicating absence of flam e and lock-out

2.3.1 08
flame failure re-ignition time
relight time
period of tim e between the signal indicating absence of flam e and the sig nal to energize the
ignition device , during which the fuel supply is not shu t off

2.3.1 09
flame signal
outpu t sig nal of the flame detector

2.3.1 1 0
flame simulation
condition which occurs when the flame detector indicates the presence of flam e when in
reality no flam e is present

2.3.1 1 1
ignition time
period of tim e du ring which the ignition device is energized
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2.3.1 1 2
lock-ou t
process in which the system goes into one of the following l ock-ou t conditions, following
safety sh u t-d own

2.3.1 1 2.1
non -vol ati l e l ock-ou t
condition such that a restart can only be accom plished by a m anu al reset of the system and by
no other cause

2.3.1 1 2.2
vol ati l e l ock-ou t
condition such that a restart can be accom plished by either a m anual reset of the system or by
an interruption of the power supply and its subsequ ent restoration

2.3.1 1 3
mai n fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od
period of tim e between the signal to energize the m ain fuel flow m eans and the signal
indicating presence of the m ain burner flam e

2.3.1 1 4
pi l ot fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od
period of tim e between the signal to energize the pi l ot fu el flow m eans and the signal
indicating presence of the pi l ot flam e

2.3.1 1 5
post-i g n i ti on ti m e
period of the i g n i ti on ti m e between the signal indicating presence of flam e and the signal to
de-energize the i g n i ti on d evi ce

2.3.1 1 6
pre-i g n i ti on ti m e
period of the i g n i ti on ti m e between the signal to ignite and the signal to energize the fu el flow
m eans

2.3.1 1 7
proved i g n i ter
proved i g n i ter system
system in which the fuel flow m eans is energized only after the availability of sufficient energy
to ignite the fu el has been verified

Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are system s u si ng spark su pervi si on and those u si n g proved hot su rface i g n i ters.

2.3.1 1 7.1
proved i g n i ter operati n g val u e
signal which indicates that the proved i g n i ter has the energy to ignite the fuel

2.3.1 1 7.2
i g n i ter provi n g ti m e
period of tim e between the signal to energize the proved i g n i ter and the sig nal to energize the
fuel flow m eans

2.3.1 1 7.3
ig n i ter fai l u re respon se ti m e
period of tim e between loss of the supervised proved i g n i ter and the sig nal to de-energize the
fuel flow m eans
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2.3.1 1 8
purge time
period during which air is introdu ced to displace any rem aining air/fu el m ixtures or produ cts of
com bu stion from the com bustion zone and flue ways

Note 1 to en try: N o fu el i s adm i tted du ri n g th i s peri od.

2.3.1 1 8.1
post-purge time
purge time that takes place im m ediately following the shu tting off of the fuel su pply

2.3.1 1 8.2
pre-purg e time
purge time that takes place between initiation of a burner control sequence and the
adm ission of fu el to the burner

2.3.1 1 9
re-ignition
relight
process by which, following loss of the flame signal , the ignition device will be re-energized
without interru ption of the fuel flow m eans

2.3.1 20
recycle time
period of tim e between the signal to de-energize the fuel flow m eans following the loss of flam e
and the sig nal to begin a new start-up procedure

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running position
position denoting that the m ain burner flam e is established and su pervised , or the bu rner is in
HTO and supervised

2.3.1 22 Void
safety shut-down
de-energization of the m ain fuel flow m eans as the result of the action of a lim iter, a cut-out or
the detection of an internal fault of the system

Note 1 to en try: Safety shut-down m ay i ncl u de addi ti onal acti on s by the system .

2.3.1 23
start position
position which denotes that the system is not in the lock-out condition and has not yet received
the start signal , bu t can proceed with the start-up sequence if requ ired

2.3.1 24
start signal
signal, for exam ple, from a thermostat , which releases the system from its start position

2.3.1 25
start-up lock-out time
period of tim e between the sig nal to energize the fuel flow m eans and lock-out

Note 1 to entry: For system s whi ch control two separate fu el fl ow m ean s, two di fferent start-up l ock-ou t ti m es are
possi bl e (fi rst an d second start-up l ock-out ti mes ) .

2.3.1 26
waiting time
period between the start signal and the signal to energize the ignition device
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Note 1 to en try: For bu rners wi th ou t fans, n atu ral venti l ati on of the com bu sti on cham ber and th e fl u e passag es
norm al l y takes pl ace du ri ng thi s ti m e.

2.3.1 27
valve open period
for multitry systems , the period of tim e between the signal to energize the fuel flow m eans,
and the signal to de-energize the fu el flow m eans, if proof of the supervised burner flam e is not
established

Note 1 to en try: I n th e U SA, th i s peri od i s referred to as th e "tri al -for-i g ni ti on peri od. "

2.3.1 28
valve sequence period
for multitry systems , the su m of all valve opening periods prior to lock-out , if proof of the
supervised burner flam e is not established

2.3.1 29
system restart
process by which, after a safety shut-down , a full start-up procedure is au tom ati cally repeated

2.3.1 30
reset from lock-out function
function that provides reset from lock-out allowing the system to attem pt a restart

Note 1 to en try: Th e reset fu ncti on m ay be perform ed by vari ou s el ectri c/el ectron i c (m obi l e) devi ces.

2.3.1 31
common cause failures
failures of different item s, resulting from a single event, where these failures are not
consequences of each other

Note 1 to en try: Com mon cause fai l ures shou l d not be confu sed wi th com m on m ode fai l u res.

[ SOU RCE: I EC 60050-1 91 :1 990, 1 91 -04-23 ]

2.3.1 32
HTO detector response time
period of tim e between the tem perature falling below the defined tem perature lim it for HTO and
the signal indicating the absence of HTO

2.3.1 33
HTO detector operating characteristics
that function of the HTO detector which indicates absence or presence of HTO as the output
signal of the HTO detector relating to the input signal

Note 1 to en try: N orm al l y the i n pu t si g nal i s provi ded by a HTO-sensor .

2.3.1 34
HTO response time
period of tim e between the signal indicating absence of HTO and proceeding to safety shut-
down or to switch over to flam e supervision

2.3.1 35
HTO signal
outpu t sig nal of the HTO detector

2.5 Definitions of types of control according to construction


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2.5.1 01
system for perm an en t operati on
system which is intended to rem ain in the ru n n i n g posi ti on for longer than 24 h without
interru ption

2.5.1 02
system for n on -perm an en t operati on
system which is intended to rem ain in the ru n n i n g posi ti on for less than 24 h

Additional definitions:

2.1 01 Defi n i ti on s rel ati n g to th e type of bu rn er (see 6. 1 01 )

2.1 01 .1
con ti n u ou s i g n i ti on
type of ignition which, once placed in operati on , is intended to rem ain energized continuously
until it is m anu ally interrupted

2.1 01 .2
con ti n u ou s pi l ot
pi l ot which, once placed in operati on , is intended to rem ain ignited continuously until it is
m anually interrupted

2.1 01 .3
di rect i g n i ti on
type of ig nition which is applied directly to the m ain burner, without the use of a pi l ot

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expan d i n g pi l ot
form of con ti n u ou s pi l ot where the pi l ot flam e is increased or expanded when required to
ignite the m ain burner and reduced either im m ediately after m ain burner ignition, or after the
m ain flam e is shut off

2.1 01 .5
fu l l rate start
condition in which the m ain bu rner ignition and su bsequent flam e supervision occur at full
fuel rate

2.1 01 .6
in term i tten t i g n i ti on
type of ignition which is energized when an appliance is called on to operate and which rem ains
continuously energ ized du ring each period of m ain burner operati on and where the ignition is
de-energized when the m ain burner operating cycle is com pleted

2.1 01 .7
i n term i tten t pi l ot
pi l ot which is au tom atically ig nited when an appliance is called on to operate and which
rem ains continu ously ignited during each period of m ain burner operati on and where the pi l ot
is autom atically extingu ished when each m ain burner operating cycle is com pleted

2.1 01 .8
in terru pted i g n i ti on
type of ignition which is energized prior to the adm ission of fuel to the m ain bu rner and which is
de-energized when the m ain flam e is established
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2. 1 01 . 9

i n t e rru p t ed pi l ot

which is autom atically ig nited prior to the adm ission of fuel to the m ain bu rner and which
pi l ot

is autom atically extinguished when the m ain flam e is established

2. 1 01 . 1 0

l o w rat e s t art

condition in which m ain bu rner ignition occurs at low fuel rate

Note 1 to en try: Once i g ni ti on at l ow fu el rate occu rs and the fl am e i s proved, fu l l m ai n bu rn er fu el rate m ay be


adm i tted.

2. 1 01 . 1 1

pi l ot

flam e, sm aller than the m ain flam e, which is utilized to ignite the m ain burner or burners

3 G en eral req u i rem en t s

This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

4 G en eral n otes on tests

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

4. 1 Con d i ti on s of test

4. 1 . 1 Replacement:
Unless otherwise specified, the system and each system component are tested as delivered,
having been mounted as declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31, in
the most unfavourable position when there is more than one position.
When a separate system component is submitted, the manufacturer shall provide those other
system components which may be necessary to perform the relevant tests.
4. 1 . 7 N ot applicable.

4. 2 Sam pl es req u i red

4. 2. 1 Replacement:
Unless otherwise specified, one sample shall be used for the tests of Clauses 5 to 14 inclusive.
A different sample(s) shall be used for the tests of Clauses 15 to 17. At the option of the
manufacturer, the tests of Clauses 18 to 26 inclusive including the relevant annexes may be
conducted on a new sample or on the sample(s) used for the tests of Clauses 5 to 14 inclusive.
The tests of Clause 27 shall be conducted on a new sample.
4. 3 I n s t ru c t i o n s fo r test

4. 3. 2. 1 Modification:
Delete "and those for a.c./d.c. at the more unfavourable supply."
4. 3. 2. 4 Not applicable.
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4.3.2.6 Replacement:
For systems marked or declared for more than one rated voltage or rated current, the tests of
Clause 17 are made at the rated voltage and associated current (or vice versa) which produces
the most unfavourable combination.

5 Rating
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

6 Classification
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

6.1 According to nature of supply


6.1 .1 Systems for a.c. only
Replace explanatory matter by the following requirement:

System s intended for use on a. c. only supply shall only be used on a. c. supplies.

6.1 .3 N ot applicable.

6.3 According to their purpose


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Additional subclauses:

6.3.1 01 – burner control system ;


6.3.1 02 – flame detector ;
6.3.1 03 – programming unit ;
6.3.1 04 – ignition device ;
6.3.1 05 – electronic high-voltage ignition source ;
6.3.1 06 – flame sensor ;
6.3.1 07 – HTO detector ;
6.3.1 08 – HTO-sensor .
6.4 According to features of automatic action
6.4.1 N ot applicable.

6.4.3 Addition:
Burner control systems are classified as having Type 2 action .
6.4.3.1 2 N ot applicable.

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6.4.3.1 01 – non-volatile lock-out (Type 2. V) ;
6.4.3.1 02 – volatile lock-out (Type 2. W) ;
6.4.3.1 03 – non-perm anent operation (Type 2. AC) ;
6.4.3.1 04 – perm anent operation (Type 2. AD) ;
6.4.3.1 05 – spark supervision (Type 2. AE) ;
6.4.3.1 06 – air/pressu re flow supervision (Type 2. AF) ;
6.4.3.1 07 – position-checked external devices (Type 2. AG ) ;
6.4.3.1 08 – visible light flame simulation check (Type 2. AH ) ;
6.4.3.1 09 – proved hot surface igniter (Type 2. AI ) .

6.7 According to ambient temperature limits of the switch head


6.7.1 Modification:
Replace "Control with a switch head " by " System and system com ponents".

6.7.2 Modification:
Replace "Control with a switch head " by " System and system com ponents".

6.1 0 According to number of cycles of actuation (M) of each manual action


6.1 0.5 to 6.1 0.7 Not applicable.

6.1 1 According to number of automatic cycles (A) of each automatic action


Addition:

NOTE I n the cou ntri es m em ber s cou n tri es of CEN ELEC, the m i n i m u m val u e i s 250 000 au tom ati c cycl es. I n
Canada, Chi n a, i n J apan and the U SA, th e m i n i m u m val u e i s 1 00 000 cycl es.

6.1 1 .4 to 6.1 1 .1 2 Not applicable.

6.1 5 According to construction


6.1 5.3 N ot applicable.

6.1 6 Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

6.1 01 According to type of burner


NOTE Cl assi fi cati on cou l d be accordi ng to bu rn er operation (for exam pl e, forced drau g h t) an d type of fu el (for
exam pl e, g as) . See 2. 1 01 . 1 to 2. 1 01 . 1 1 .
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6.1 02 According to type of pilot
6.1 03 According to type of ignition
6.1 04 According to starting fuel rate

7 Information
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

7.2.6 Replacement:
Except as indicated in 7. 4, for integrated system s all inform ation is provided by m eans of
declaration (X) . For incorporated system s not declared under requirem ent 50, the m arking
required is as indicated in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) . For incorporated system s
declared under requ irem ent 50, the only m arking required is the m anufacturer's nam e or trade
m ark and the unique type reference if other required m arking is provided by docum entation
(D) .

NOTE See th e expl anati on of docu m en tati on (D) con tai ned i n 7. 2. 1 .

7.2.9 Modification:
Replace " Tmax other than 55 °C" by " Tmax other than 60 °C" in the line for symbol for "Am bient
tem perature lim its of switch head ".

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Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition 3) – Required information and methods


of providing information (1 of 2)
I nform ati on Cl ause or subcl au se M ethod
Modification:
Replace the following requirements by:
4 N atu re of su ppl y (a. c. or d. c. ) 4. 3. 2, 6. 1 C
6 Pu rpose of system or system com pon en t 4. 3. 5, 6. 3 D
7 Th e type of l oad con trol l ed by each ci rcu i t 7b) 1 4, 1 7. 3. 1 , 6. 2, H . 27. 1 . 2 D
15 Deg ree of protecti on provi ded by encl osu re 8 c) 6. 5. 1 , 6. 5. 2, 1 1 . 5 D
17 Wh i ch of th e term i nal s are su i tabl e for the connecti on of extern al 6. 6, 7. 4. 2, 7. 4. 3 D
con du ctors, and i f they are su i tabl e for l i ne or neu tral condu ctors,
or both
22 Tem peratu re l i m i ts of th e system an d system com pon en ts i f Tmi n 6. 7, 1 4. 5, 1 4. 7, 1 7. 3 D
i s l ower th an 0 °C, or Tm ax oth er than 60 °C
23 Tem peratu re l i m i ts of m ou nti n g su rfaces ( Ts ) 6. 1 2. 2, 1 4. 1 , 1 7. 3 D
26 N u m ber of cycl es of actuati on (M) for each m anual acti on 1 01 ) 6. 1 0 X
28 N ot appl i cabl e
31 Meth od of m ou n ti n g th e system and each system com ponent 5e) 4. 1 . 1 , 1 1 . 6 D
34 Detai l s of any l i m i tati on of operati ng ti m e 6.4.3.1 03, 6.4.3.1 04, 1 4, 1 7 D
37 N ot appl i cabl e
38 N ot appl i cabl e
40 Addi ti on al featu res of Type 2 acti ons 6. 4. 3 D
41 N ot appl i cabl e
42 N ot appl i cabl e
44 N ot appl i cabl e
46 Operati ng sequence 2. 3. 1 3, 1 1 . 3. 1 08, 1 5 D
48 N ot appl i cabl e
50 System or system com pon en ts i nten ded to be del i vered excl u si vel y 7. 2. 1 , 7. 2. 6 X
to th e equi pm ent manufacturer

Add the following additional requirements:


1 01 Maxi m u m fl am e detector response ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 03, 1 5 D
1 02 Mi n i m u m fl ame detector sel f-checki ng rate (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 06, 1 1 . 3. 1 07, 1 5 D
1 03 Maxi m u m fl ame fai l ure l ock-out ti m e or Maxi m u m fl ame fai l ure 2. 3. 1 07, 1 5 D
response ti m e (i f appl i cabl e)
1 04 Maxi m u m fl ame-fai l ure re-i g ni ti on ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 08, 1 5 D
1 05 Maxi m u m i g ni ti on ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 1 , 1 5 D
1 06 Maxi m u m m ai n fl ame establ i shi ng peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 3, 1 5 D
1 07 Maxi m u m pi l ot fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 4, 1 5 D
1 08 Maxi m u m post-i g ni ti on ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 5, 1 5 D
1 09 Maxi m u m pre-i g ni ti on ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 6, 1 5 D
110 Voi d
111 Mi ni m u m post-purg e ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 8. 1 , 1 5 D
112 Mi ni m u m pre-pu rg e ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 8. 2, 1 5 D
113 Mi ni m u m recycl e ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 20, 1 5 D
114 Maxi m u m start-up l ock-out ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 25, 1 5 D
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Table 1 (7. 2 of edition 3) – Required information and methods of providing


information (2 of 2)
I nformati on Cl ause or su bcl ause M ethod
115 Mi n i m u m wai ti ng ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 26, 1 5 D
116 Type of bu rner 6. 1 01 D
117 Type of pi l ot 6. 1 02, 2. 1 01 . 2, 2. 1 01 . 4, D
2. 1 01 . 7, 2. 1 01 . 9, 2. 1 01 . 1 1
118 Type of i g n i ti on 2. 1 01 . 1 , 2. 1 01 . 3, 2. 1 01 . 6, D
2. 1 01 . 8, 6. 1 03
119 See Ann ex H
1 20 Mean s for protecti ng setti ng of ti m i n g s 1 1 . 3. 4 X
1 21 See Ann ex H
1 22 Resi stance to vi brati on 1 7. 1 . 3, 1 7. 1 6. 1 03 D
1 23 S 1 (si g nal for presence of fl am e) 2. 3. 1 04. 1 , 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 24 S 2 (si g nal for absence of fl ame) 2. 3. 1 04. 2, 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 25 S m ax ( maxi mum fl ame si g nal , i f appl i cabl e) 1 03 ) 2. 3. 1 04. 3, 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 26 El ectron i c hi g h-vol tag e i g ni ti on spark g ap 1 02) 1 3. 2. 1 01 D
1 27 Other system com ponents for u se wi th the su bm i tted com ponents 2. 2. 1 01 , 2. 2. 1 02, 2. 2. 1 04, D
to provi de a com pl ete system 2. 2. 1 06
1 28 For each val ve open i ng peri od, the m axi m u m ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 27, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3, D
1 5. 5 p)
1 29 Maxi m u m val ve seq uence peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 28, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 2, 1 5. 5 q) D
1 30 S 3 ( si g nal for vi si bl e l i g h t fl am e si mul ati on ) 2. 3. 1 04. 4, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 0 X
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1 31 For proved i g ni ters , th e ch aracteri sti cs (energ y, cu rren t, vol tag e, 2. 3. 1 1 7 D
resi stance, tem peratu re, etc. ) whi ch establ i sh that th e proved i g ni ter
has the en erg y to i g ni te th e fu el
1 32 Proved i g ni ter operati ng val ue 2. 3. 1 1 7. 1 , 1 5. 7, 1 7. 1 6. 1 08, D
(Mi ni m u m an d/or m axi m u m , as appl i cabl e) H . 27. 1 . 1 . 3
1 33 Maxi m u m i g ni ter provi ng ti me (I f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 7. 2, 1 5. 5 D
1 34 Maxi m u m i g ni ter fai l ure response ti m e (I f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 7. 3, 1 5. 5 D

1 35 Type of l ock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2, 1 1 . 3. 1 08 D
1 36 See Ann ex H
1 37 Extern al overcu rrent devi ce (i f appl i cabl e) 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 a) D
1 38 Maxi m u m short ci rcu i t cu rrent as decl ared 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 b) D
1 39 Th e defi n ed tem peratu re l i m i t for HTO 1 1 . 3. 1 1 4 D
1 40 HTO detector response ti me 1 1 . 3. 1 1 4 D

N OTES

Additional notes:
1 01 ) For 1 7. 1 6. 1 05, th e nu m ber of m anual acti ons for l ock-out re-set i s a m i n i m u m of 6 000.
1 02 ) I f a rang e i s decl ared, the m axi m u m val u e i s u sed for th e test of 1 3. 2. 1 02 and 1 3. 2. 1 03.
1 03 ) S m ax shal l be decl ared for those system s i n wh i ch th e maxi mum fl ame si g nal affects ti m i ng s or sequ ence.
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8 Protection against electric shock

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

8.1 General requirements


Additional subclause:

8.1 .1 01 High-voltage ignition sources


Provision shall be m ade for protection against contact with hig h-voltage ignition sources
having any of the following characteristics:
a) for continuous spark ignition (pulses within the m ains frequ ency range) :
– the m axim u m voltage is higher than 1 0 kV (peak) , and/or
– the m axim u m current is higher than 0, 7 m A (peak) ;
b) for pulse spark ignition: (see Figure 1 01 )
– the charge of an individual ignition pulse exceeds 1 00 µ C, and
– the duration ( d) is greater than 0, 1 s, and
– the interval ( i) between individual ignition pulses is less than 0, 25 s.
Either the system m anufacturer shall provide a warning that is visible when the high-voltag e
ignition source is m ounted as in normal use , or the equipm ent m anufacturer shall be advised
of the need to provide su ch protection or a warning.

Voltage

1 00 %

10 %
d i Time
IEC 2670/13

Figure 1 01 – Pulse spark g eneration

8.3 Capacitors
N ot applicable.

9 Provision for protective earthing

This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

1 0 Terminals and terminations

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:


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1 0.2.4 Flat push-on connectors
Additional subclause:

1 0.2.4.1 01 Direct plug-in connections


System s designed for direct plug-in connection to a su b-base shall be so constructed that they
withstand the forces of norm al insertion and withdrawal in such a m anner that com pliance with
this part 2-5 docum ent is not im paired.

Compliance is checked by performing 10 insertions and withdrawals according to the


manufacturer's instructions.

After this test, no significant displacement or damage shall occur.

NOTE The term i n al s u sed for di rect pl u g -i n con necti on s between th e system an d/or system com pon en ts and th ei r
su b-bases are n ot con si dered fl at pu sh-on con nectors.

1 1 Constructional requirements
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 1 .1 Materials
1 1 .1 .2 N ot applicable.

1 1 .3 Actuation and operation


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1 1 .3.4 Setting by the manufacturer
Replacement:

Adjustm ent m eans used for the setting of tim ings shall be secured by m eans providing
protection against access by uninstru cted persons or shall be declared as requ iring such
protection in the application.

NOTE For exam pl e, su ch adj u stm ent m ean s can


1) be seal ed wi th a m ateri al su i tabl e for th e tem peratu re rang e of the system an d/or system com ponents su ch th at
tam peri ng i s apparen t, or
2) con si st of speci al parts onl y avai l abl e from the m an u factu rer, or
3) be accessi bl e onl y wi th the u se of special-purpose tools or access codes.

Compliance is checked by inspection. Where sealing is used, inspection is done before and
after the tests of Clause 17.

1 1 .3.5 Contacts – General


1 1 .3.5.2 Replacement:

The system shall include at least two switching elem ents to directly de-energize the safety
relevant valve term inals.

System s of class C control functions shall include at least two switching elem ents to directly
de-energize the safety relevant term inals.

NOTE 1 The burner control system is a class C control function .


NOTE 2 A si ng l e rel ay operati n g two i ndepen dent con tacts i s consi dered to be onl y on e swi tch i ng el em en t.
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Desig ns where relays are used as switching elem ents, a non-replaceable fuse (see Table H . 24
Note I ) in series with two independent relay contacts with IN fuse < 0, 6 * Ie relay, are
considered to com ply with the following requirem ents for prevention of com m on cause failure .

NOTE 3 IN : val u es for th e fu se (see I EC 601 27-1 : 201 5, 3. 1 6) ;

Ie : rated operati onal cu rren t of the contact (see I EC 60947-1 : 2007; 4. 3. 2. 3)

In Part 1, the term


• “safety related output terminals” is equivalent to “valve terminals”.
• “safety shut-down” shall be used as defined in this document,
• “control” shall be used as “burner control systems”.
1 1 .3.5.2.1 Measures to protect against common cause failures
Replacement:

Desig ns where relays are used as switching elem ents, a non- replaceable fuse (see Table H . 21
Note 7) in series with two independent relay contacts with IN fuse < 0, 6 * Ie relay, are
considered to com ply with the following requirem ents for prevention of com m on cause failure,
without perform ing the following tests.
NOTE IN : val u es for the fu se (see I EC 601 27-1 : 2006, 3. 1 6) ;
Ie : rated operati onal cu rren t of the contact (see I EC 60947-1 : 2007, 4. 3. 2. 3) .

Measures shall be taken to protect ag ainst failure of two (or m ore) switching elem ents, due to
a com m on cause, by an external short circuit that wou ld prevent the burner control system
from perform ing a safety shut-down .

Acceptable m ethods are


– overcurrent protection device,
– current lim itation or
– internal fault detecting m eans.
The suitability of m easures to m aintain the capability to interru pt the energization of the shut-
off valve term inals by m eans of at least one switching elem ent or the interru ption of a non-
replaceable overcurrent protection device shall be verified by the following test.

The shut-off valve term inals of the burner control system are connected to a switch that is
intended to switch the short circuit current. With this switch opened, the burner control
system is connected as described in H . 27. 1 . 1 . 2 with the outputs energized to sim u late norm al
operation (contacts of the internal switching elem ents closed) .
The test equipm ent shall have the following characteristics:
a) when overcurrent protection device are used as the protective m easure, the power supply
to the burner control system shall have the capability of su pplying a short-circuit current
of at least 500 A.
b) when current lim itation techniques are used as the protective m easure (e. g. transform er)
the power supply to the burner control system shall not lim it the declared (Table 1 ,
requirem ent 1 38) short-circuit current.
A short-circuit is applied between the shut-off valve term inals of the burner control system by
closing the switch.

The test is term inated if there is no current flow throug h the switch, or after 1 h.
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I f an overcurrent protection device is replaceable and has operated during the test, it shall be
replaced and the test is repeated two m ore tim es by attem pting to restart the burner control
system keeping the switch closed.

The test is repeated using either the sam e or a separate sam ple with the switch m aintained in
the closed position prior to the first start-u p sequence.

I f an internal fault detecting function of the burner control system either opens the switching
elem ents or initiates a safety shut-down the test is repeated two tim es by attem pting to restart
the burner control system while m aintaining the external short circu it.

Com pliance is checked in accordance with H . 27. 1 . 1 . 3 and Clause 1 5.

After the test, at least one switching elem ent of the burner control system shall be able to de-
energize the shu t-off valve term inals, or a non-replaceable overcurrent protection device has
perm anently interrupted the su pply to the shut-off valve term inals.

1 1 .3.9 Pull-cord actuated control


Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .3.1 01 Burner control circuits


Circu its em ploying burner control systems u sed in earthed supply system s shall be two-wire,
one-side nom inally earthed. Devices intended to open such a circu it shall be connected to the
unearthed side
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1 1 .3.1 02 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in unearthed supply system s shall
be two-wire. All devices intended to open such circuits shall be connected to the sam e side of
the supply circuit.

1 1 .3.1 03 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in earthed three-phase supply
system s shall be fou r-wire. Devices intended to open such circuits shall be connected to all
three phases.

1 1 .3.1 04 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in u nearthed three-phase supply
system s shall be three-wire. Devices intended to open such circuits shall be connected to two
or three phases.

1 1 .3.1 05 I f the system initiates a signal to energize the fuel flow m eans at less than 85 %
rated voltage for a. c. and less than 80 % rated voltage for d. c. , the system shall com ply with
the following:
a) in the running position , the system shall proceed to safety shut-down or operate with the
tim ings m easured at declared am bient tem peratures as declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the
previous edition) , requ irem ents 1 01 to 1 04, inclu sive;
b) in any other position, the operating sequence shall com ply with the declarations of Table 1
(7. 2 of the previous edition) , requ irem ent 46. The start-up lock-out time shall not exceed
twice the value declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) , requirem ent 1 1 4.
Compliance is checked by H.26.5.4.

1 1 .3.1 06 The system shall provide a safe start check that will cause a) , b) or c) to occur if the
failure resu lts in a flam e before the fuel flow m eans are energized:
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a) the system shall fail to start the operating sequence ;
b) the system shall lock out within the tim e declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) ,
requirem ent 1 03;
c) the system shall rem ain in pre-purge.
NOTE The system can rem ai n i n condi ti ons a) or c) u nti l the fault cl ears.

For systems which incorporate electronic devices , compliance is determined by the tests
of Clause H.27.

For systems not subject to the tests of Clause H.27, a flame signal shall be simulated and
introduced at the start of the flame establishing period until a), b) or c) occurs.

1 1 .3.1 07
System s declared as Type 2. AD shall perform a self-check at least once every hour,
when the system is in the running position .

System s declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previou s edition) , requirem ent 1 02, have the self-
checking rate evaluated as part of the declared sequ ence and tim ing s. This requ irem ent shall
be evaluated in Clauses 1 5, 1 7 and H . 27. 1 . 2.

1 1 .3.1 08 System s shall perform the declared operating sequence .


1 1 .3.1 08.1
The electric circuit of the actuating means of the lock-out device shall be
checked during each start-up sequ ence.

1 1 .3.1 08.2 The fuel flow m eans shall not be energized before the ignition device .
1 1 .3.1 08.3 Re-ignition is only perm itted when the system is in the running position .
1 1 .3.1 08.4 Automatic recycle is only perm itted when the system is in the running position .
1 1 .3.1 08.5 I f no flam e is detected at the end of the first or second start-up lock-out time the
system shall perform lock-out . H owever, if the declared operating sequence includes recycle
or re-ignition, the system m ay recycle or allow re-ignition.

Compliance with 11.3.108 is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .3.1 08.6 I f no flam e is detected at the end of the flame failure lock-out time or flame
failure response time , the system shall perform lock-out . H owever, if the declared operating
sequence inclu des recycle or re-ig nition, the system m ay recycle or allow re-ignition.
1 1 .3.1 08.7 After a safety shut-down or after a volatile lock-out reset , the operating
sequence m ay proceed only with a system restart .
1 1 .3.1 09 I f the wiring diagram provided by the m anufactu rer indicates an input to the system
from an external lim iter or cu t-out, then operation of this external device shall lead to at least
safety shut-down .
Compliance is checked by examination of the circuit design.

1 1 .3.1 1 0 Visible light flame simulation test


Flame detectors classified as Type 2. AH shall have a check to discrim inate between flame
simulation and flame signals originating from real flam e. Exam ples of suitable checks are:
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a) prior to the signal to energize the fuel flow m eans during each start-up sequence, the
system shall check for the presence of a flame signal that is greater than or equal to S 3 . I f
such a sig nal is detected, the system shall proceed to lock-out or shall interru pt the start-
up sequence;
for the above test, S 3 shall be less than S2;
or
b) after perform ing a controlled shut-down , the system shall check for the presence of a
flame signal which is less than or equal to S 2 . I f such a signal is detected, the system shall
proceed to lock-out or shall prevent the next start-up sequence.
1 1 .3.1 1 1 For multitry systems , the system shall go to lock-out at the end of the valve
sequence period .
1 1 .3.1 1 2 For multitry systems , further valve open periods m ay be initiated either as a
result of loss of su pervised flam e during the running position or failure to prove supervised
flam e during the declared valve sequence period .

NOTE Re-ignition (see 1 1 . 3. 1 08. 5) i s al so al l owed i f decl ared.

1 1 .3.1 1 3 For multitry systems , the valve open periods m ay have different values during the
valve sequence period .
1 1 .3.1 1 4
For controls intended for HTO u sing HTO-sensors , the tem peratu re shall be
m onitored. I n the event the tem perature falls below the defined tem perature lim it for HTO , the
control shall proceed to safety shut-down or switch over to flam e supervision (e. g. ionization,
U V, I R etc. ) . This function (inclu ding sensor, detector and program m ing unit) shall be a
class C control function with type 2 action .
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The defined tem perature lim it for HTO (see Table 1 , requirem ent 1 39) shall be the tem perature
value, which includes the auto-ignition tem perature, given in I EC 60079-20-1 or otherwise
specified by the product standard, and the tolerances of the signal processing circuit including
the sensor.

1 1 .4 Actions
1 1 .4.3 Type 2 action
Replacement :

Any type 2 action shall be so desig ned that the manufacturing deviation and drift of its
operating value , operating time or operating sequence is within the lim its declared in
Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) , requirem ents 46, 1 01 to 1 1 5 inclusive, and 1 23 to 1 25
inclusive , 1 39 and 1 40.

1 1 .4.1 5 N ot applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .4.1 01 Type 2.V action


A Type 2. V action shall be so desig ned that a restart can only be accom plished by a m anual
reset of the system .
System s classified as Type 2. V shall have a reset m echanism classified as Type 2. J .

Compliance is checked by inspection and by test.


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1 1 .4.1 02 Type 2.W action
A Type 2. W action shall be so designed that a restart can only be accom plished by either a
m anual reset or an interruption of the power supply and its subsequ ent restoration.

Compliance is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .4.1 03 For system s with rem otely m ou nted reset buttons, a short circuit between the
connecting cables or between the connecting cables and earth shall not result in a reset .

1 1 .4.1 04 System s classified as Type 2. AE shall perform spark supervision prior to


energization of the fuel flow m eans.

1 1 .4.1 05 System s classified as Type 2. AF shall check for correct function of external air
pressure/flow control.

The system shall perform safety shut-down or lock-out or shall fail to start if a positive
external air pressure/flow control signal is detected prior to start-up.

The system shall perform safety shut-down or lock-out if insufficient external air
pressu re/flow is detected during the purge time or when the system is in the running
position .

1 1 .4.1 06 System s classified as Type 2. AG which perform position checks during or prior to
the start-up sequence shall continue with the operating sequence only after these position
checks have been successfully perform ed.

Compliance with 11.4.103 to 11.4.106 inclusive is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .4.1 07 System s classified as Type 2. AI shall perform hot surface igniter supervision prior to
energ ization of the fuel flow m eans.

1 1 .1 0 Equipment inlets and socket-outlets


1 1 .1 0.2 Not applicable.

1 1 .1 1 Requirements during mounting, maintenance and servicing


1 1 .1 1 .6 N ot applicable.

1 1 .1 3 N ot applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .1 01 Flame detector constructional requirements


1 1 .1 01 .1 Flame detector devices using infrared sensors shall only react to the flicker
property of the flam e.

1 1 .1 01 .2 Flame detector devices u sing ionization sensors (flam e rods) shall only m ake use
of the rectification property of the flam e.

1 1 .1 01 .3 Flame detector devices using U V-tubes shall have sufficient checks for ag eing of
the U V-tubes.
NOTE Exam pl es of su i tabl e ch ecks are
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– au tom ati c peri odi c su pervi si on of the sen sor fu ncti on ;
– a ch eck of th e U V-tu be du ri ng the purg e ti me wi th a vol tag e 1 5 % h i g her th an that appl i ed to the U V-tu be
du ri n g th e rem ai nder of th e operati ng sequence ;
– a check that th e fl am e rel ay has dropped ou t after each control l ed shut-down wi th th e am pl i fi er conti nu al l y
en erg i zed.

1 1 .1 01 .4 An open circu it of the flame sensor/HTO-sensor or its connecting cables shall


cause loss of the flame signal /HTO-sensor signal .

1 1 .1 01 .5 Flame detectors using U V sensors other than U V tubes shall not react to infrared
lig ht. Su ch flame detectors shall not indicate a signal for the presence of flam e when the
sensor is illu m inated with 1 0 lx or less at a colour tem perature of 2 856 K with the spectrum
being cut off below the wavelength of 400 nm by m eans of a filter.

1 1 .1 01 .6 Sensors for visible light are not allowed if the illum ination intensity is lower than
0, 5 lx during operation . System s u sing sensors for visible light shall not g ive a detect-of- flame
signal during operation below an illu m ination intensity of 0, 5 lx.

Compliance with 11.101.1 to 11.101.6 inclusive is checked by inspection, test and/or


measurement.

1 1 .1 01 .7 HTO-sensors shall only react to tem perature.

NOTE For sel ecti n g th e posi ti on of th e HTO-sensor i n th e appl i cati on , th e effect of exposi n g i t to radi an t h eat
di rectl y from the fl am e i s taken i n to accou nt.

Compliance with 11.101.1 to 11.101.7 inclusive is checked by inspection, test and/or


measurement.
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1 1 .1 02 Reset from lock-out function
1 1 .1 02.1 General
For automatic controls , provisions are present to ensu re that the appliance can be reset from
a lock-out condition (e. g. cau sed by overheating of the appliance or no flam e establishm ent) .

Traditional m ethods for resetting heating appliances are:


– conventional m echanical reset switch (no or m inor sim ple electronic com ponents present) ;
– rem oving the power su pply to the control unit (only accepted in case of volatile lock-out
applications) .
New technologies provide m ore com plex reset devices, su ch as:
a) rem ote reset devices (e. g . throug h com m unication lines/protocols) ;
b) intelligent com plex reset devices (e. g. by m eans of additional hardware and/or software) ;
c) infrared or radio frequency controlled reset devices;
d) com binations of a) and b) and c) (e. g. through I nternet by m eans of an interface and a
portable telephone) .
1 1 .1 02.2 Performance requirements
The reset from lock-out function is a class B control function according H . 27. 1 . 2. 2.

A reset action from lock-out shall be a manual action . An autom atic reset (e. g . resets
generated by autom atic devices, like timers , etc. ) shall not be possible unless it is accepted by
specific application standards.
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The reset device shall be capable of resetting the system in a proper way. U nintended or
spontaneous resets from lockout shall not occur.

Whenever the reset function is perform ed by a m obile device, at least two manual actions are
required to activate a reset .

Any fault within the reset function shall not cause the appliance to operate outside the
applicable requ irem ents. I t shall be detected before the next start-u p or shall not prevent the
appliance from g oing to shut-down or lock-out .

For reset fu nctions where the manual action is initiated without being within the visible si ght of
the appliance, the following additional requirem ents apply:
– actual status and relevant inform ation of the process under control shall be visible to the
user before, during and after the reset action;
– m axim um nu m ber of resets shall be lim ited. Where it is not specified in the specific
application standard, the num ber of resets shall be lim ited to five actions within a tim e span
of 1 5 m in or less. Following this, any further resets shall be denied unless the appliance is
checked.
I f the reset is activated by m anual switching a thermostat or device with a sim ilar function, this
shall be declared by the m anufacturer for approval with the final appliance.

1 2 Moisture and dust resistance


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

1 3 Electric strength and insulation resistance


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 3.1 Insulation resistance


Not applicable.

1 3.2 Electric strength


Additional subclauses:

1 3.2.1 01 The electric strength of the high-voltage side of an electronic high-voltage ignition
source is not checked by the test of 1 3. 2 to 1 3. 2. 4 inclusive, but by the tests of 1 3. 2. 1 02 to
1 3. 2. 1 03, which are conducted im m ediately after the hum idity treatm ent of 1 2. 2. 7 and 1 2. 2. 8.

NOTE For el ectron i c h i g h -vol tag e ignition sources whi ch are bu i l t i n to the pri n ted ci rcu i t board, addi ti onal detai l s
of th e test m eth ods can be ag reed between th e m an u factu rer and the test hou se.

1 3.2.1 02 The input supply term inals of the electronic high-voltage ignition source are to be
connected to a variable voltag e supply at rated i nput m ains frequency. The ou tput voltag e is
m easured at 1 , 0 VR and 1 , 1 VR with the spark gap as declared in requirem ent 1 26 of Table 1
(7. 2 of the previous edition) . Then the electronic high-voltage ignition source is subj ected to
the following tests:
a) all connections to the output term inals are rem oved. I nitially, a voltage not exceeding the
rated voltage is applied. Then the input voltage is gradually increased until 1 50 % of ou tput
voltage m easured in 1 3. 2. 1 02 (at 1 , 0 VR ) is achieved. The outpu t voltage is m aintained at
that value for 1 m in; or
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b) with the input voltage at 1 , 1 VR , the electrode gap is increased from that declared in
requirem ent 1 26 of Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) until either 1 50 % of the ou tput
voltage m easured in 1 3. 2. 1 02 (at 1 , 0 VR ) is achieved or until the output voltage no longer
increases, whichever occu rs first. This outpu t voltage is m aintained for 1 m in; or
c) if test m ethods a) and b) cannot be applied, a test m ethod shall be ag reed between
m anufacturer and test authority in order to achieve 1 50 % of the output voltage m easu red in
1 3. 2. 1 02 at 1 , 0 VR or the highest possible output voltage for the device. This output voltag e
is m aintained for 1 m in.
1 3.2.1 03 Compliance is determined by measuring the output voltage with 1,1 VR applied to
the input terminal and with the spark gap restored to that declared in requirement 126 of
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), if applicable. The measured output voltage shall be within
± 10 % of the value measured in 13.2.102 at 1,1 VR.

For 13.2.102 a), b) and c), flashovers which occur at an air gap provided to protect the circuitry
are ignored. Glow discharges at the output terminal are neglected.

1 4 Heati ng

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 4.3 Not applicable.

1 4.4.2 N ot applicable.

1 4.4.3.1 to 1 4.4.3.3 N ot applicable.


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1 4.4.3.4Modification:
Replace "other automatic controls ," by "systems ".
1 4.4.4 Not applicable.

1 4.5.1 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
1 4.6 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
1 4.6.2 Not applicable.

1 4.7 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
Modification to Table 13 (14.1 of the previous edition):
The section entitled "Accessible surfaces of handles, knobs, grips and the like used for
carrying and transporting the control" is not applicable.
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1 5 Manufacturing deviation and drift

This clause of Part 1 is replaced by the following:

1 5.1 System s shall have adequate consistency of m anufacture with reg ard to their declared
operating times , operating sequences , flame detector operating characteristics , HTO
detector operating characteristics and proved igniter operating value .

1 5.2 Compliance is checked by the tests of 15.5, 15.6 ad 15.7.


1 5.3 The appropriate operating time , operating sequence , flame detector operating
characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics and proved igniter operating
value shall be recorded for the sam ple.

1 5.4 Three tests shall be conducted for each operating time , each operating sequence ,
flame detector operating characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics and
each proved igniter operating value declared.

1 5.5 Operating times


Each of the following operating times which are declared applicable in Table 1 (7. 2 of the
previous edition) shall be m easu red at a voltage of 0, 85 VR a. c. or 0, 80 VR for d. c. and at a
tem peratu re of Tm i n .

Measu rem ents shall also be taken at a voltage of 1 , 1 VR and a tem perature of Tmax .

N one of the tim es recorded shall exceed the m anu facturer's declared m axim um tim es nor be
less than the m anu facturer's declared m inim um tim es, whichever is applicable.
a) flame detector response time ;
b) flame detector self-checking rate ;
c) flame failure lock-out time or flame failure response time ;
d) flame failure re-ignition time (relight time) ;
e) ignition time ;
f) main flame establishing period ;
g) pilot flame establishing period;
h) post-ignition time ;
i) pre-ignition time ;
j) Void;
k) post-purge time ;
l) pre-purge time ;
m ) recycle time ;
n) start-up lock-out time ;
o) waiting time ;
p) valve opening period;
q) valve sequence period ;
r) ig niter proving time ;
s) ig niter failure response time
t) HTO detector response time .
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NOTE For test pu rposes, th e fl ame detector operati ng characteri sti cs ( S 1 an d/or S 2 and/or S m ax ) can be
arti fi ci al l y si m u l ated.

1 5.5.4 N ot applicable.

1 5.6 Operating sequence


The operating sequence shall be tested at a voltag e of 0, 85 VR a. c. or 0, 80 VR for d. c. and at
a tem perature of Tm i n . A test shall also be condu cted at a voltage of 1 , 1 VR and a tem peratu re
of Tmax .

The operating sequence shall be as declared.

NOTE For test pu rposes, th e fl ame detector operati ng characteri sti cs ( S 1 an d/or S 2 and/or S m ax ) can be
arti fi ci al l y si m u l ated.

1 5.7 Flame detector operating characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics


and proved igniter operating value
The operating characteristics of flame detectors , HTO detector and proved igniter
operating value shall be m easured under the following conditions:
a) at VR and (20 ± 5) °C;
b) at 0, 85 VR and 0 °C or Tm i n , whichever is lower, and
c) at 1 , 1 VR and 60 °C or Tmax , whichever is higher.
The m easured values shall be as declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) requirem ents
1 23, 1 24, 1 25, 1 32 and 1 39 as applicable.
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The details of the m easuring equipm ent shall be arranged between the m anufacturer and the
test hou se.

I f a lam p is used for response to the visible range of light, it shall have a colour tem peratu re of
2 856 K.

NOTE The precedi n g parag raph i s n ot appl i cabl e i n the U SA an d Canada.

1 6 Environmental stress

This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:

1 6.2.4 Replacement:
In addition, the appropriate tests of Clause 15 shall be repeated, only at room temperature,
after each of the above tests. The values in these tests shall not differ from the values declared
in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition).

1 7 Endurance

This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:

1 7.1 General requirements


Replacement:
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1 7.1 .1 Systems including those su bm itted in or with an appliance shall withstand, without
excessive wear or other harm ful effect, the m echanical, electrical and therm al stresses that
occur in normal use .

1 7.1 .2 Compliance is checked by the tests indicated in 17.1.3.

1 7.1 .3 Test sequence and conditions


In general, the sequence of tests is:
– for electronic systems , the thermal cycling test specified in 17.16.101;
– endurance test of automatic and manual action at normal operating rate specified in
17.16.102;
– vibration test of 17.16.103, if declared;
– endurance test of automatic action at accelerated rate specified in 17.16.104.
NOTE For test con di ti ons, see 1 7. 2 an d th e rel evan t tests of 1 7. 1 6.

The number of operations performed during 17.16.101, 17.16.102 and 17.16.104 is recorded.
When the actual number of automatic cycles completed is equal to the number declared in
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition) requirement 27, this test sequence is concluded and the
following sequence is performed:
– lock-out reset test of 17.16.105;
– endurance test of 17.16.106.1, if applicable;
– electrical strength requirements specified in 17.16.107;
– evaluation of compliance specified in 17.16.108.
Whenever possible the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.105 may be combined.

1 7.3 (except 1 7. 3. 1 ) to 1 7.1 5 Not applicable.

1 7.1 6 Tests for particular purpose systems


Additional subclauses:

1 7.1 6.1 01 Thermal cycling test for electronic systems


The purpose of the test is to cycle components of an electronic circuit between the extremes of
temperature likely to occur during normal use and which may result from ambient temperature
variation, mounting surface temperature variation, supply voltage variation or the change from
an operating condition to a non-operating condition and vice versa.

The following conditions shall form the basis of the test.


a) Duration of test: 14 days
b) Electrical conditions
The system is loaded according to the ratings declared by the manufacturer, the voltage
then being increased to 1,1 VR except that for 30 min during each 24 h period of the test
the voltage is reduced to 0,9 VR . The change of voltage shall not be synchronized with the
change of temperature. Each 24 h period shall also include at least one period in the order
of 30 s during which the supply voltage is switched off.
c) Thermal conditions
The ambient temperature and/or the mounting surface temperature are varied between
Tmax and Tm i n to cause the temperature of the components of the electronic circuit to be
cycled between their resulting extremes. The rate of ambient and/or mounting surface
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temperature change shall be in the order of 1 °C/min and the extremes of temperature
maintained for approximately 1 h. Care shall be taken to avoid the occurrence of
condensation during this test.
d) Rate of operation
During the test, the system shall be cycled through its operational modes at the fastest rate
possible up to a maximum of six cycles/min subject to the need to cycle components of the
electronic circuit between their temperature extremes.
1 7.1 6.1 02 Endurance test of automatic and manual action at normal operating rate
1 7.1 6.1 02.1 Test sequence and conditions
The test is carried out with the terminals loaded with the maximum current and the minimum
power factor declared by the manufacturer.

The system and its flame detector and/or HTO detector are tested under the following
conditions:
a) 45 000 operations at VR and (20 ± 5) °C;
N OTE Tm ax .
I n the U SA an d Canada, i f th e system i s el ectro-m ech an i cal , th i s test i s perform ed at
b) 2 500 operations at Tmax and 1,1 VR or 1,1 times the upper limit of the rated voltage range;
c) 2 500 operations at Tm i n and 0,85 VR or 0,85 times the lower limit of the rated voltage
range for a.c. and 0,80 VR or 0,80 times the lower limit of the rated voltage range for d.c.
The HTO function, if applicable shall be included in the sequence.

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Systems declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 122 are subjected to the
vibration test of IEC 60068-2-6 as follows:
Cycling rate: as declared
Loaded at: 1,1 VR
Frequency range: 10 Hz to 150 Hz
Acceleration amplitude: 1 g or higher if declared by the manufacturer
Sweep rate: 1 octave/min
No. of sweep cycles: 10
No. of axes: 3, mutually perpendicular
1 7.1 6.1 04 Endurance test of automatic action at accelerated rate
This test shall be conducted at VR , IR and Tm ax .

The following means may be used to accelerate the test time of the systems :
– substitution of the components of the electronic circuit previously found acceptable under
the abnormal operation test of Clause H.27;
– modification of control circuits to eliminate the portions of control programming that do not
affect the operating time of the system or system component being tested;
– applying additional heating or external cooling to the thermal timers in the manner that
does not alter the normal operating characteristics of the timer other than its timing.
NOTE The el ectrom echani cal com pon en ts can be tested separatel y u nder th e operati ng con di ti on s to whi ch they
are su bj ected wh en i n corporated i nto th e system ci rcu i t, i n cl u di n g th e el ectri cal l oadi n g of the con tacts.

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1 7.1 6.1 05 Lock-out reset test
The system is also tested under the following lock-out conditions, mounted as declared in
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31:
– the first half of the declared cycles (see requirement 26 and note 101 to Table 1 (7.2 of the
previous edition)), without flame presence;
– the second half of the declared cycles, the flame disappearing during operation .
During the tests described above, the system is operated in such a way that the normal start-
up sequence is performed.
The repetitions of the sequence shall be com patible with the m ethod of operation of the
system and shall be dependent on the cycling rate, if any, declared by the m anufacturer.

1 7.1 6.1 06 Components of systems which are declared for operation in an ambient
temperature above 1 25 °C
1 7.1 6.1 06.1 Endurance test
For system components which are declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition)
requirement 22, for operation in an ambient temperature above 125 °C, but not subjected to
this temperature during the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.104, the system components are
mounted as declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31. The system
components are placed in a test chamber and cycled for the declared number of cycles.
During the "ON" cycle, the temperature of the system components is raised to within + 5 % of
the maximum operating temperature declared by the manufacturer.
During the "OFF" cycle, the test chamber heat source is interrupted and the system
components cooled naturally or by passing room temperature air over the components as
specified by the manufacturer, until the temperature is reduced to 125 °C or less as necessary
to permit the system to complete the current cycle.
1 7.1 6.1 07 Electric strength requirements
After all the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.107 inclusive, the requirements of 13.2 shall apply, with
the exception that the samples are not subjected to the humidity treatment before the applica-
tion of the test voltage.
1 7.1 6.1 08 Evaluation of compliance
After completion of all applicable tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.107 inclusive, the sample shall be
retested according to Clause 15. The operating times , operating sequence , flame detector
operating characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics and proved igniter
operating value shall be as declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition).
For systems providing electronic disconnection (Type 1.Y or 2.Y), the requirements of
H.11.4.16 are still met.

1 8 Mechanical strength
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 8.2 Impact resistance


1 8.2.4.1 N ot applicable.
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1 8.5 to 1 8.8 Not applicable.

1 9 Threaded parts and connections


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

20 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:

For the high-voltage side of electronic high-voltag e ignition sources , the requirem ents of
Clause 20 are not applicable.

21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

22 Resistance to corrosion
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

23 Electromagnetic compatibility
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This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

24 Components
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

25 Normal operation
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity


See Annex H .

27 Abnormal operation
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

27.3 Over-voltage and under-voltage test


Not applicable.
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28 Guidance on the use of electronic disconnection
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

Figures
The figures of Part 1 are applicable

Annexes
The annexes of Part 1 are applicable except as follows:
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Annex H
(normative)

Requirements for electronic controls

H.6 Classification
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.6.1 8.2
Addition:

The reset from lock-out function as specified in 1 1 . 1 02 is a class B control function .


H.6.1 8.3
Addition:

Burner control systems as specified in 1 1 . 3. 1 01 to 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3 inclusive are class C control


functions .

H.7 Information
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Table H.1 (7. 2 of the previous edition)

Modification:

I nformati on Cl ause or M eth od


subcl au se
52 N ot appl i cabl e
58a N ot appl i cabl e
58b N ot appl i cabl e
60 N ot appl i cabl e
Modify the existing requirement:
71 N ot appl i cabl e
Add the following additional requirement:
119 Defi n ed state ”ou t of operati on” H . 26. 8. 2 X
Add the following additional requirement :
1 21 Th e effect on sol i d-state ou tpu ts for m otors, H . 26. 2 X
transform ers, val ves, etc. as a resu l t of the tests
of Cl au se H . 26
Add the following additional requirement:
1 36 Software fau l t/error detecti on ti m e(s) for control s of H . 27. 1 . 2. 3 X
software cl ass C 1 2 ) , 1 0 4)

N OTES:

Additional notes:
1 0 4)
Th e fau l t/error detecti on ti m e i s th e peri od between th e execu ti on (after the fau l t has
occu rred) , of the rel evan t software seg m en t, ei th er for fu ncti on or for checki ng pu rposes
an d th e com pl eti on of th e decl ared control response.

H.1 7 Endurance

This clause of Part 1 is not applicable.

See 1 7. 1 6. 1 01 .

H.26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.26.1 Modification:

The third paragraph is not applicable.

H.26.2 Replacement:

Compliance is checked according to the criteria described in each of the Subclauses H.26. 54 to
H.26.12 inclusive.

H.26.4 Harmonics and interharmonics including mains sig nalling at a.c. power port,
low frequency immunity tests
Addition:
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The test shall be performed
a) during stand-by time;
b) during start-up period;
d) in the running position ;
e) in the lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate harmonics and interharmonics including mains signalling at a.c.
power port, so that, when tested in accordance with H.26.4, either it shall continue to function
in accordance with the requirements of this document or it may proceed to safety shut-down ,
which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed to a
system restart.

NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

H.26.5 Voltag e dips, voltage interruptions and voltage variations in the power supply
network
H.26.5.1 .2 Test procedure for voltage dips and interruptions
Addition:
The test shall be performed three times in each of the following operating modes:
a) during pre-purge or waiting time;
b) during start-up lock-out time(s);
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d) in the lock-out position.
Between the voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations, a waiting time of at least
10 s shall be observed.
The system shall tolerate voltage dips and short interruptions in the electricity supply in
accordance with the requirements of Table H.14.
Compliance shall be as follows:
1) Duration of half and one cycle of the supply waveform: it shall continue to function in
accordance with the requirements of this document. It shall neither proceed to safety shut-
down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from lock-out;
2) Duration of 2,5, 25 and 50 cycles: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed to a
system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

When the power supply is restored, the system restart shall comply with the requirements for
a start-up sequence.
Requirement 2) can be ignored, provided that the power failure is less than 60 s and occurs
within 60 s after call for heat. On restoration of the power, the programme may be continued
from the point at which it was interrupted.
A shortened start-up sequence, for example, a start-up sequence without pre-purge or waiting
time , is allowed, provided that the power failure occurs within 60 s after the end of the start-up
sequence and is shorter than 60 s.
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H.26.5.2 Voltage variation test values
Replacement:
The system shall tolerate voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations in the
electricity su pply so that, when tested in accordance with H . 26. 5. 3,
a) for assessm ent a) : it shall continue to fu nction in accordance with the requ irem ents of this
standard. I t shall neither proceed to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from
lock-out ;
b) for assessm ent b) : either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down
followed by a system restart , or if in volatile lock-out it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
When the power supply is restored, the system restart shall com ply with the requirem ents for
a start-up sequence.

Requirem ent b) can be ignored, provided that the power failure is less than 60 s and occurs
within 60 s after call for heat. On restoration of the power, the program m e m ay be continued
from the point at which it was interrupted.

A shortened start-up sequence, for exam ple, a start-up sequence withou t pre-purg e or waiting
time , is allowed, provided that the power failure occurs within 60 s after the end of the start-up
sequ ence and is shorter than 60 s.

Table H.1 01 – Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations


Assessment ΔU
criteria Duration
30 % 60 % 1 00 %
a) H al f-cycl e of su ppl y waveform X
On e cycl e of su ppl y waveform X
b) 2, 5 cycl es X X X
25 cycl es X X X
50 cycl es X X X

The test shall be perform ed in accordance with H . 26. 5. 3.

H.26.5.2.1 Test levels for voltage variations


The dur ation and test values in Table H.101 shall be applied.
H.26.5.2.2 Test procedure
Replacement:
The control shall operate according to the functional specification (see 1 1 . 3. 1 05) at least within
the voltage tolerance band of the rated voltage +− 11 50 %, and below – 1 5 % of the rated voltag e
the control shall stay safe.

The test apparatu s and procedures shall be as described in I EC 61 000-4-1 1 . The duration of
the voltag e changes and the tim e for which the reduced voltages are to be m aintained are
given in Table H . 1 01 and illustrated in Figu re H . 1 01 . The rate of change of voltage shall be
constant; however, the voltag e is allowed to be stepped. The steps shall be positioned at zero
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crossing and shall be not larger than 1 0 % of VR . Steps under 1 % of VR are evaluated as
constant rate of change of voltag e.

The control, in the running position , is supplied at rated voltage, or at the lowest rated voltage
of a rated voltage range. After approxim ately 1 m in, the power supply voltage is reduced to a
level such that the control ceases to respond to safety related inputs and/or drive safety related
outputs (e. g. flame sig nal , fuel valve) .

This value of the supply voltag e is recorded.

Table H.1 01 – Timing of short-term supply voltage variations


Vol tag e test l evel Ti m e for decreasi ng Ti me at reduced vol tag e Ti m e for i ncreasi ng
vol tag e vol tag e
Recorded val u e – 1 0 % 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %
0V 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %

I n the voltage rang e of operation , from rated voltage to 1 , 05 ti m es of the recorded value, the
control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 a) . I n the voltage range of operation , between 85 % of the
rated voltage and 1 , 05 tim es of the recorded value, the control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 b) .

For test purposes, precautions shall be taken to ensure that signals, e. g. from sensors or
switches that can initiate a safety action and the presence of which norm ally m ay be
independent of the supply voltage, are present at any level of the supply voltage. The signal
m ay be sim ulated to prevent the control de-energizing the safety relevant ou tput(s) as a resu lt
of disappearance of such
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Rated voltage Rated voltage –1 5 %

Recorded Recorded value –1 0 %


value

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Figure H.1 01 – Voltage variation test

Each of the above tests is repeated three tim es in each of the followi ng operating m odes:
a) du ring pre-purge or waiting time ;
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b) du ring start-up lock-out time ( s ) ;
c) in the running position ;
d) in the lock-out position.
Between the voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations, a waiting time of at least
1 0 s shall be observed.

After the tests, the system :


1 ) shall continue to function in accordance with the requirem ents of this standard. I t shall
neither proceed to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from lock-out , or
2) shall either perform as in 1 ) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down followed by a system
restart or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE N on-vol ati l e l ock-ou t excl u des th e u se of system restart.

H.26.5.3 Test procedure


Replacement:
The system is tested in accordance with I EC 61 000-4-1 1 .

The supply voltage to the system shall be reduced according to the values shown in
Table H . 1 01 . The voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations shall be perform ed at
random phase with respect to m ains frequency three tim es in each of the following operating
conditions:
a) during pre-pu rge or waiting time ;
b) during start-up lock-out time(s) ;
c) in the running position ;
d) in the lock-out position.
Between the voltage dips, short interruptions and voltag e variations, a waiting time of at least
1 0 s shall be observed.

H.26.5.4.1 Purpose of the test


Replacement:

The purpose of the test is to verify the im m u nity of the control against voltage change taking
place over a short period which m ay occu r due to a change of load or stored energy in local
power networks. The control shall operate according to the functional specification (see
1 1 . 3. 1 05) at least within the voltage tolerance band of the rated voltage
+1 0
− 1 5 %, and below –1 5 % of the rated voltage, the control shall stay safe.

H.26.5.4.2 The duration and procedure


Replacement:

The duration of the voltage chang es and the tim e for which the reduced voltages are to be
m aintained are given in Table H . 1 3 (Table H . 26. 5. 4. 2 of the previous edition) and illustrated in
Figure H . 2 (Figure H . 26. 5. 4. 2 of the previous edition) . The rate of change of voltage shall be
constant; however, the voltage is allowed to be stepped. The steps shall be positioned at zero
crossing and shall be not larg er than 1 0 % of VR. Steps under 1 % of VR are evaluated as
constant rate of change of voltage.
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The control, in the running position , is supplied at rated voltage, or at the lowest rated voltage
of a rated voltage range. After approxim ately 1 m in, the power supply voltage is reduced to a
level such that the control ceases to respond to safety related inputs and/or drive safety related
outputs (e. g. flame sig nal , fuel valve) .

This value of the supply voltag e is recorded.

Table H.1 3 (Table H . 26. 5. 4. 2 of the previous edition) –


Timing of short-term supply voltage variations
Vol tag e test l evel Ti me for decreasi ng Ti me at reduced vol tag e Ti m e for i ncreasi ng
vol tag e vol tag e
Recorded val u e – 1 0 % 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %
0V 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %

I n the voltage rang e of operation , from rated voltage to 1 , 05 tim es of the recorded value, the
control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 a) . I n the voltage range of operation , between 85 % of the
rated voltage and 1 , 05 tim es of the recorded value, the control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 b) .

For test purposes, precautions shall be taken to ensure that signals e. g. from sensors or
switches that can initiate a safety action and the presence of which norm ally m ay be
independent of the supply voltage, are present at any level of the supply voltage. The signal
m ay be sim ulated to prevent the control de-energizing the safety relevant output(s) as a result
of disappearance of such inpu t sig nals.

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Figure H.2 (H . 26. 5. 4. 2 of the previous version) – Voltage variation test

H.26.5.4.3 Addition:

Each of the above tests is repeated three tim es in each of the operating conditions indicated in
H . 26. 5. 3.

After the tests, the system :


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a) shall continue to function in accordance with the requ irem ents of this standard. I t shall
neither proceed to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from lock-out , or
b) shall either perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down followed by a system
restart , or if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .

H.26.6 Test of influence of voltage unbalance


N ot applicable.

H.26.8 Surge immunity test


H.26.8.2 Test values
Addition:

The system shall tolerate voltage surges on the m ains supply and relevant signal term inals, so
that, when tested in accordance with H . 26. 8. 3,
a) for the values of Table H . 1 4 (Table H . 26. 8. 2 of the previou s edition) installation class 2, it
shall continu e to function in accordance with the requirem ents of this standard. I t shall
neither proceed to safety shut-down or lock-out nor shall it reset from lock-out ;
b) for the values of Table H . 1 4 installation class 3 for all listed tests, either it shall perform as
in a) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down , which m ay be followed by a system restart ,
or if in volatile lock-out it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
c) for the values of Table H . 1 4 installation class 4 with line to earth on power supply only,
either it shall perform as in a) or b) or it shall go into the defined state “out of operation ” as
declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 (7. 2 of the previou s edition)
requirem ent 1 1 9.
For com pliance criteria a) and b) , after the tests as detailed in Table H . 1 4 (H . 26. 8. 2 of the
previous edition) , the surge protective com ponents shall not be destroyed.

H.26.8.3 Test procedure


Replacement of the second paragraph:

The test shall be carried out by subjecting the system to five pulses and with the voltage and
current values listed in Table H.14 at intervals of not less than 60 s.

The five pulses of each polarity (+, –) and each phase angle as described in IEC 61000-4-5 are
delivered in the following order operating modes:
a) 2 pulses with the system in the lock-out position;
b) 1 pulse with the system in the running position ;
c) 2 pulses randomly applied during the start-up sequence.
The tests on interface cables are not carried out if the manufacturer explicitly specifies that the
length of that cable shall not exceed 10 m.

If “VDR” are used as surge protective devices, they shall comply with IEC 61643-11.
Additionally, they shall be selected to withstand the impulses corresponding to the installation
class level.
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For controls having surge protective device arresters incorporating spark gaps, the test is
repeated at a level that is 95 % of the flashover voltage.
The system shall tolerate voltage surges on the m ains supply and relevant signal term inals, so
that, when tested in accordance with H . 26. 8. 3,
1 ) for the values of Table H . 1 6 installation class 2, it shall continue to fu nction in accordance
with the requirem ents of this standard. I t shall neither proceed to safety shut-down or
lock-out nor shall it reset from lock-out ;
2) for the values of Table H . 1 6 installation class 3 for all listed tests, either it shall perform as
in 1 ) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down , which m ay be followed by a system restart
or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-volatile lock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .
3) for the values of Table H . 1 6 installation class 4 with line to earth on power supply only,
either it shall perform as in 1 ) or 2) or it shall go into the defined state “out of operation ” as
declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requ irem ent 1 1 9.
For com pliance criteria 1 ) and 2) , after the tests of H . 26. 8. 3, the surge protective com ponents
shall not be destroyed.

H.26.9 Electrical fast transient/burst test


H.26.9.2 Test levels
Replacement of "Table H.15" by "Table H.102" in the first paragraph.
Replacement of Table H.15 by Table H.102.
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Table H.1 02 – Test level for electrical fast transient burst
L1 , L2, PE I/O
Assessment Severity level in Voltage peak Repetition rate Voltage peak Repetition rate
criteria accordance with
IEC 61 000-4-4 kV KH z kV kH z

a) 2 1 5 0, 5 5
b) 3 2 5 1 5
c) 4 4 5 - -

H.26.9.3 Test procedure


Replacement:
The system shall tolerate electrical fast/transient bursts on the m ains supply and signal lines,
so that, when tested in accordance with H . 26. 9. 2,
a) for assessm ent criteria a) : it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirem ents
of this standard. I t shall neither g o to safety shut-down or lock-out , not shall it reset from
lock-out ;
b) for assessm ent criteria b) : either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-
down which m ay be followed by a system restart , or if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed
to a system restart ;
NOTE Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
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c) for assessm ent criteria c) , either it shall perform as in a) or b) or it shall be set out of
operation into a defined state as declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1
(7. 2 of the previous edition) requ irem ent 1 1 9.
The test shall be perform ed for 20 cycles with the system having reached the running
position , rem aining in the running position for a m inim um of 30 s within each cycle. The test
shall also be perform ed for a m inim um of 2 m in with the system in the lock-out position and
with the system in the stand-by position.

Modification:
Replace the 2nd paragraph of Part 1 by the following:
The test shall be performed for 20 cycles with the system having reached the running
position , remaining in the running position for a minimum of 30 s within each cycle. The test
shall also be performed for a minimum of 2 min with the system in the lock-out position and
with the system in the stand-by position.
The system shall tolerate electrical fast transient bursts on the mains supply and signal lines,
so that, when tested in accordance with H.26.9.2,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.17: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this document. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, not
shall it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.17: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart;
NOTE N on-vol ati l e l ock-ou t excl u des th e u se of system restart.
c) for test level 4 of Table H.17, either it shall perform as in a) or b) or it shall be set out of
operation into a defined state as declared by the manufacturer in accordance with
Table 1, requirement 119.
H.26.1 0 Ring wave test
H.26.1 0.4 Severity Test levels
Replacement:
Burner control systems are to be tested at two of the severity levels of the peak valu es of
open-circuit voltag e and short-circuit current of the surges, in accordance with
Table H . 1 031 8.

Table H.1 03 – Peak voltag es


M axi m um Severi ty ab
rated i nput
vol tag e Severi ty l evel I Severi ty l evel I I Severi ty l evel I II
V kV R1 kV R1 kV R1
1 00 0, 5 25 0, 8 25 1 ,5 2, 5
300 1 ,0 25 1 ,6 25 2, 5 2, 5
600 2, 0 25 3, 0 25 5, 0 2, 5
a kV open-ci rcu i t – See Fi g u re H . 4 for R1
b See An nex L for categ ori es.
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H.26.1 0.5 Test procedure
Additional subclauses:

H.26.1 0.5.1 01 .1 Systems other than those operating at SELV are tested according to severity
level I I and severity level I I I respectively.

H.26.1 0.5. 1 01 .21 02 SELV systems are tested according to severity level I and severity
level I I respectively.

H.26.1 0.5. 1 01 .31 03 Each control is to be subj ected to five im pulses of each polarity, positive
and negative ( + , - ) and with phase relationships of at least 0 o , 90 o , 1 80 o , and 270 o , applied in
turn between the power supply term inals of the control and between each of the load term inals,
at intervals not less than 60 s.

H.26.1 0.5. 1 01 .41 04 For these tests, the control is to be energ ized at rated voltage.
Approxim ately half of the tests are to be conducted with the control in the lock-out condition
and the other half during other operating sequences which are considered to be m ost likely
affected by the voltage or current surges.

H.26.1 0.5. 1 01 .51 05 After each of the severity level I tests for SELV systems and severity
level I I for systems other than SELV , the controls shall operate in accordance with item a) of
H . 26. 1 0. 5. 1 01 . 6. After each of the severity level I I tests for SELV systems and severity level I I I
tests for systems other than SELV , the controls shall operate in accordance with any one of
the criteria specified in H . 26. 1 0. 5. 1 01 . 61 06.

H.26.1 0.5. 1 01 .61 06 After each test, the control shall operate in accordance with either of the
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a) The control continu es to operate in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ings.
b) The control operates to de-energize the fuel flow m eans or both the fuel flow m eans and
the ignition source .
c) The control com pletes the cu rrent operating cycle with either the fuel flow m eans or both
the fuel flow m eans and the ignition source de-energized and fails to start the subsequent
cycle.
d) The control com pletes the current cycle with either the fuel flow m eans or both the fuel flow
m eans and the ignition source de-energ ized and initiates a new start-up procedure and
thereafter operates in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ings.
e) For the distu rbances applied during the norm al running condition with the flam e being
proved, the control m ay initiate a re-ig nition procedure, if designed to do so, and thereafter
operates in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ing s.
f) The control goes into safety shut-down condition.
H.26.1 1 Electrostatic discharge test
Additional subclauses:
H.26.1 1 .1 01 Test and operating conditions
This test is carried ou t in accordance with I EC 61 000-4-2.
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H.26.1 1 .1 021 01 Test conditions
Table H.1 041 03 – Test levels for electrostatic discharge
Assessment criteria Severity level Contact discharge Air discharge
a) 2 4 kV 4 kV
b) 4 8 kV 1 5 kV

The system has to be tested in each of the following conditions:

• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate electrostatic discharges so that, when tested,
a) for assessment criteria a): it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirements
of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall it reset from
lock-out;
b) for assessment criteria b): either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety shut-
down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed
to a system restart.
NOTE 1 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .
NOTE 2 I n Can ada an d th e U SA, accessi bl e parts can i ncl u de parts wh i ch can be contacted du ri n g i n stal l ati on
an d servi ce.

H.26.1 1 .1 03 Operating conditions/compliance


The system shall tolerate electrostatic discharges so that, when tested in accordance with
H.26.11,
a) for assessment criteria a): it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirements
of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall it reset from
lock-out;
b) for assessment criteria b): either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety shut-
down which may be followed by a system restart, or if in volatile lock-out it may proceed
to a system restart.
NOTE 1 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
NOTE 2 I n Canada an d th e U SA, accessi bl e parts can i ncl u de parts wh i ch can be con tacted du ri n g i n stal l ati on
an d servi ce.

H.26.1 2 Radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity


H.26.1 2.2.1 Test levels for conducted disturbances
Replacement:
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Table H.1 05 – Test levels for conducted disturbances on mains and I/O lines
Frequency range
1 50 kHz to 80 MHz
Voltage level (e.m.f) Uo
Assessment criteria Severity level V
1 50 kHz to 80 MHz ISM and CB bands
a) 2 3 6
b) 3 10 20
The l evel s i n the I SM, CB bands are chosen to be 6 dB h i g her.
I SM: I ndu stri al , sci en ti fi c an d m edi cal radi o frequ en cy equ i pm ent 1 3, 56 ± 0, 007 MH z, 40, 68 ± 0, 02 MH z.
CB: Ci ti zen band: 27, 1 25 ± 1 , 5 MH z.

The tests on interface cables are not carried out if the manufacturer explicitly specifies that the
length of that cable shall not exceed 1 m.
H.26.1 2.2.2 Test procedure
Addition:
The system shall be swept through the complete frequency range at least once with the
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• lock-out position.
The system is subjected to two sweeps of the frequency range from minimum to maximum at
the indicated severity level. One sweep is performed with the system in the lock-out condition.
The other sweep is performed during the remainder of the operating sequence .
Additional subclause:
The system shall tolerate conducted electromagnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.19: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall
it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.19: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

H.26.1 2.2.1 01 Compliance


The system shall tolerate conducted electromagnetic fields so that, when tested in accordance
with H.26.12.2.1,
a) for test level 2a: it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirements of this
standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall it reset from lock-
out;
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b) for test level 3: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety shut-down which
may be followed by a system restart, or if in volatile lock-out it may proceed to a system
restart.
NOTE Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
H.26.1 2.3 Radiated electromagnetic fields immunity evaluation Immunity to radiated
disturbances
H.26.1 2.3.1 Test level for radiated electromagnetic fields
Replacement:
Table H.1 8 (Table H . 26. 1 2. 3. 1 of the previous edition) –
Immunity to radiated electromagnetic fields
Frequency range
80 MHz to 1 000 MHz
Test field strength
Assessment criteria Severity level V/m
80 MHz to 1 000 MHz ISM and GSM bands
a) 2 3 6
b) 3 10 20
The l evel s i n th e I SM and G SM ban ds are chosen to be 6 dB hi g her.
I SM: I n du stri al , sci en ti fi c an d m edi cal radi o-frequ en cy equ i pm en t 433, 92 ± 0, 87 MH z.
G SM: Grou p speci al m obi l e: 900 MH z ± 5, 0 MH z, m odu l ated by 200 H z ± 1 % pu l ses of equ al m ark/space rati o
(2, 5 m s on and 2, 5 m s off) .

H.26.1 2.3.2 Test procedure


Addition:
The system has to be swept through the complete frequency range at least once with the
system in each of the following positions operating modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
Additional subclause:
The system shall tolerate radiated electromagnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.20 and Table H.21: it shall continue to function in accordance
with the requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out,
nor shall it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.20 and Table H.21: either it shall perform as in a) or it may
proceed to safety shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile
lock-out, it may proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .
H.26.1 2.3.1 01 Compliance
The system shall tolerate radiated electromagnetic fields so that, when tested in accordance
with H 26.12.3.2,
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a) for the values of Table H.18 (Table H.26.12.3.1 of the previous edition), assessment
criteria a): it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirements of this standard.
It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall it reset from lock-out;
b) for the values of Table H.18 (Table H.26.12.3.1 of the previous edition), assessment
criteria b): either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety shut-down which may
be followed by a system restart, or if in volatile lock-out it may proceed to a system
restart.
NOTE Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .

H.26.1 3 Test of influence of supply frequency variations


H.26.1 3.2 Test levels
Addition, after Table H.19:
The system shall tolerate supply frequ ency variations such that, when tested in accordance
with H . 26. 1 3. 3,
a) for the values of Table H . 1 9, test level 2: it shall continu e to function in accordance with the
requirem ents of this standard. I t shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor shall
it reset from lock-out . Variation in prog ram m e tim ings shall not exceed the percentag e of
applied frequency variations;
b) for the values of Table H . 1 9, test level 3: either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to
safety shut-down which m ay be followed by a system restart , or if in volatile lock-out it
m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .

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Addition:
The test shall be performed at least once with the system in each of the following positions
operating modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate supply frequency variations su ch that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H . 22: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirem ents of this docum ent. I t shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor
shall it reset from lock-out . Variation in program m e tim ings shall not exceed the
percentag e of applied frequency variations;
b) for test level 3 of Table H . 22: either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to safety
shut-down which m ay be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay
proceed to a system restart .
NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .

H.26.1 4 Power frequency magnetic field immunity test


H.26.1 4.2 Test levels
Addition, after Table H.20:
The system shall tolerate power frequency m agnetic fields so that, when tested in accordance
with H . 26. 1 4. 3,
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a) for the valu es of Table H . 20, severity level 2: it shall continu e to fu nction in accordance with
the requirem ents of this standard. I t shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor
shall it reset from lock-out .
b) for the values of Table H . 20, severity level 3: either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay
proceed to safety shut-down which m ay be followed by a system restart , or if in volatile
lock-out it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
H.26.1 4.3 Test procedure
Addition:
The test shall be done at least once with the system in each of the following positions operating
modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate power frequency magnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.23: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall
it reset from lock-out.
b) for test level 3 of Table H.23: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
H.26.1 5 Evaluation of compliance
This subclause of Part 1 is not applicable.

H.27 Abnormal operation


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.27.1 .1 .3
The third paragraph of a) is not applicable.
Add the following new item:
h) For proved igniter systems , the proved igniter operating value shall not exceed or
be less than, as applicable, the values declared by the m anufacturer (Table 1 (7. 2 of
the previous edition) , requirem ent 1 32) .
H.27.1 .1 .5 Electronic circuit fault conditions
Table H.21 24 (Table H . 27. 1 of the previous edition) – Electrical/electronic component fault
modes table
Modification:
Add to item 3 in note 7 the end of footnote i in Table H.2124 the following:
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The n om i nal cycl es are 250 000.

I n Can ada an d i n th e U SA, th e nom i nal cycl e i s 1 00 000.

Replace note 1 2 as follows:


1 2m)
For th e assessm en t accordi n g H . 27. 1 . 1 . 3, the short-ci rcu i t failure m ode i s excl u ded i f the requ i rem ents of
Cl au se 20 are m et. For th e assessm en t accordi ng H . 27. 1 . 2, th e short-ci rcu i t failure m ode i s excl u ded i f the
requ i rem en ts of Cl au se 20 for overvoltage category I I I are m et.

Modification:
Replace in the third bulleted item in footnote i,:“a m inim um of 1 00 000 cycles” by “250 000
nom inal cycles (1 00 000 nom i nal cycles in Canada, J apan and in the U SA) ”.

Add, after the fourth bulleted item in footnote i, the following:


or
• the switching sequ ence of the relay contact configuration is integral to the part of the class
C control function ,
and
• the contact function is switching under norm al operation without load (no current flowing
during m ake and current flowing during break shall be lower or equ al 5 % of rated contact
current) ,
and
• the contact function
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and
• the relay com plies with Clause 1 7 at 1 000 000 cycles (load only at break) without resulting
in short-circuit failure however applying 5 % of rated contact current,
and
• thecontrol com plies with the requ irem ents of 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 (m easures to prevent common
cause errors ) .
H.27.1 .2 Protection against internal faults to ensure functional safety
H.27.1 .2.2 Class B control function
This subclause of Part 1 is applicable for the reset from lock-out control function.

H.27.1 .2.3 Class C control function


The modification applies to the French text only.
H.27.1 .2.3.1 Design and construction requirements
Replacement of the last paragraph by the following:
The circuitry and the construction of the system shall be such that they m eet the requ irem ents
of 1 1 . 3. 1 01 to 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3 inclusive, 1 1 . 4. 1 01 to 1 1 . 4. 1 07 and 1 1 . 1 01 and shall be appraised
according to the requirem ents to H . 27. 1 . 2. 3. 2, H . 27. 1 . 2. 3. 3 and H . 27. 1 . 2. 4 and under the test
conditions and criteria of H . 27. 1 . 2. 5.
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H.27.1 .2.3.2 First fault
Replacement:

Any fault (see Table H . 21 ) in any one electronic com ponent or any one fault together with any
other fault arising from the first fault shall result in either
a) the system proceeding to safety shut-down within the fault /error detection tim e as
declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requirem ent 1 36 (term inals for
fuel flow m eans are de-energ ized) and it rem ains in this condition as long as the fault
appears; or
b) the system proceeding to lock-out within the fault /error detection tim e as declared by the
m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requirem ent 1 36 provided that the subsequent
reset from lock-out under the sam e fault condition results in lock-out ; or
c) the system continuing to operate, the fault being identified du ring the next start-up
sequence, the result being a) or b) ; or
d) the system rem aining operational in accordance with Clau se 1 5.
For au tom atic burner control systems design for non-perm anent operation , c) is applicable
whereas c) is not applicable for autom atic burner control systems designed for perm anent
operation .

H.27.1 .2.3.3 Second fault


Replacement of the third paragraph by the following:

For autom atic burner control systems design for non-perm anent operation the second fault
shall be considered according to option a) whereas option b) is applicable for autom atic burner
control systems designed for perm anent operation .

H.27.1 .2.4.2 Second faults introduced during lock-out or safety shut-down


Addition:
During assessm ent, the first fault shall not be considered to occur within 24 h after lock-out or
safety shut-down is reached without an internal fault .

NOTE 1 01 Whi l e condu cti n g thi s test, the faul t can be appl i ed at an y ti m e du ri n g th e l ock-out or safety shut-
down con di ti on. I t i s n ot necessary to wai t 24 h before appl yi ng th e faul t . I f the faul t was appl i ed before 24 h an d
u nacceptabl e resu l ts were obtai n ed, th e faul t can be appl i ed 24 h after reach i ng l ock-out or safety sh ut-down .

The “safe situation” as m entioned in H . 27. 1 . 2. 4. 1 is defined:


– as valve term inals rem aining de-energized;
– as valve term inals are energ ized not longer than the safety tim e.
NOTE 1 02 For i n dependen t fl ame detector or HTO detector devi ces , th e de-en erg i zati on of the fl am e si g nal or
HTO si g nal ou tpu t resu l ti ng i n a “fl am e off” or “H TO off” si g n al i s equ i val en t to these defi ni ti on s.

H.27.1 .2.4.3 Second fault introduced during lock-out or safety shut-down defined state
Addition:
While conducting this test, the second fault can be applied at any tim e during the lock-out or
safety shut-down condition. I t is not necessary to wait 24 h before applying the second fault .
I f the second fault was applied before 24 h and unacceptable results were obtained, the initial
fault shall be applied and then wait 24 h before applying the second fault .
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Annex J
(normative)

Requirements for thermistor elements and controls using thermistors

J.1 Scope
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

J.1 .1 .1 Addition:

NOTE 1 01 A hot su rface i g n i ter i s not con si dered to be a th erm i stor.

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Annex BBAA
(informative)

Functional characteristics of burner control systems to be


specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable

Table BBAA.1 – Functional characteristics of burner control systems to be


specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable
Item Subclause Remarks
Multitry system 2. 2. 1 07 Al l owed or n ot
Automatic recycle 2. 3. 1 01 Al l owed or n ot
Flame detector response time 2. 3. 1 03 Maxi m u m ti m e
Self-checking flame detector 2. 3. 1 05 Requ i red or n ot
Flame detector self-checking rate 2. 3. 1 06 Mi n i m u m rate
Flame failure lock-out time 2. 3. 1 07 Maxi m u m ti m e
Flame failure response time 2. 3. 1 07 Maxi m u m ti m e
Flame failure re-ignition time 2. 3. 1 08 Maxi m u m ti m e
Ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 1 Maxi m u m ti m e
Non-volatile lock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2. 1 Requ i red or n ot
Volatile lock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2. 2 Al l owed or n ot
Main flame establishing period 2. 3. 1 1 3 Maxi m u m ti m e
Pilot flame establishing period 2. 3. 1 1 4 Maxi m u m ti m e
Post-ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 5 Maxi m u m ti m e
Pre-ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 6 Maxi m u m ti m e
Proved igniter 2. 3. 1 1 7 Requ i red or n ot
Purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Post-purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8. 1 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Pre-purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8. 2 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Re-ignition 2. 3. 1 1 9 Al l owed or n ot
Recycle time 2. 3. 1 20 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Start-up lock-out time 2. 3. 1 25 Maxi m u m ti m e
Waiting time 2. 3. 1 26 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Valve open period 2. 3. 1 27 Maxi m u m ti m e
Valve sequence period 2. 3. 1 28 Maxi m u m ti m e
Defined temperature limit for HTO 2. 3. 1 32 Mi n i m u m tem peratu re
HTO detector response time 2. 3. 1 34 Maxi m u m ti m e
System for permanent operation 2. 5. 1 01 Requ i red or n ot
System for non-permanent operation 2. 5. 1 02 Al l owed or n ot
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Annex BB
(informative)

Specific regional requirements in Japan

BB.1 General
For the purposes of this I nternational Standard, the specific reg ional requirem ents given as
follows are applicable in J apan.

BB. 1 . 1 . 1 01 Addition:
NOTE Th i s reg i on al Ann ex BB shows that J I S C 9730-2-5: 201 0 i s i denti cal to I EC 60730-2-5: 2000+AMD1 : 2004
based on I SO/I EC Gu i de 21 -1 , 8. 2 Tabl e 1 , as Desi g nati on “i denti cal ” a) an d b) , Abbrevi ati on “I DT”.

BB.1 .5 Normative references


Subclause 1.5 is applicable with following modifications:

Reference in Subclause 1 .2 of Replaced by IDT/MOD


Part 1 and 1 .5 of this document
I EC 60384-1 6: 2005 J I S C 51 01 -1 6: 1 999 I DT
I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0: 201 3 J I S C 9730-1 : 201 6 MOD
I EC 60068-2-6 J I S C 60068-2-6: 1 999 I DT
I EC 61 558-2-6, I EC 61 558-2-1 6 J I S C 61 558-2-6, I EC 61 558-2-1 6 MOD

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Annex H – Requirements for electronic controls


H.26.1 0 Ring wave immunity test
This subclause is not applicable in J apan.

Table BB.1 – Comparison between JIS and adopted international standard


JIS C 9730-2-5:201 0 IEC 60730-2-5:201 0+AMD1 :2004/Ed.3
(I) JIS (II) (III) International (IV) Evaluation between JIS (V) Reason and
International standard and International standard future changes
standard No.
Claus content Clause No. content Evaluation Different
e No. technical content
In clause
H . 26 EMC H . 26 Sam e as Modi fi ed Al i g n wi th J I S C To appl y cl au se
JIS 9730-1 cl au se No. N o. of the n ewest
I EC docu m en ts.
Ann ex N ote 7) - An nex AA Sam e as Modi fi ed Excl u ded rel ays Th e I EC h as n o
AA N ote 7) JIS certi fi ed i n J apan ese
accordan ce wi th devi ati on.
Cl au se 1 7.
(For I EC 60730-
1 : 201 3, Tabl e H . 24
footn ote i ) , i t i s
revi sed, J apanese
practi ce i s the
sam e as Canada
and U SA. )
Total eval u ati on to i ssu e between J I S C 9730-2-5: 201 0 an d I EC 60730-2-5: 201 0+AMD1 : 2004: I DT
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Bibliography

Bibliog raphy of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:

I EC 60947 (all parts) , Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear

I EC 60989:1 991 , Separating transformers, autotransformers, variable transformers and


reactors

I EC 62282-3-1 00, Fuel cell technologies – Part 3-100: Stationary fuel cell power systems –
Safety

I SO 1 3577 (all parts) , Industrial furnaces and associated processing equipment

J I S C 9730-2-5, Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use – Part 2-5:
Particular requirements for automatic electrical burner control systems

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Au tom ati c el ectri cal co n trol s –

Part 2 -5: Parti cu l ar req u i rem en ts for au tom ati c el ectri cal bu rn er con tro l s ystem s
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1 Scope and norm ative references . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2 Term s and definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3 G eneral requirem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5
4 G eneral notes on tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
5 Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
6 Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6
7 I nform ation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8
8 Protection ag ainst electric shock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
9 Provision for protective earthing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1 0 Term inals and term inations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1 1 Constru ctional requirem ents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
1 2 Moisture and dust resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
1 3 Electric strength and insulation resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
1 4 H eating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
1 5 Manufacturing deviation and drift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
1 6 Environm ental stress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1 7 Endurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1 8 Mechanical
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1 9 Threaded parts and connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
20 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
22 Resistance to corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
23 Electrom agnetic com patibility (EMC) requirem ents – Em ission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
24 Com ponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
25 N orm al operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
26 Electrom agnetic com patibility (EMC) requirem ents – I m m unity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
27 Abnorm al operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
28 G uidance on the use of electronic disconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Annex H (norm ative) Requirem ents for electronic controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Annex J (norm ative) Requirem ents for therm istor elem ents and controls u sing
therm istors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Annex AA (inform ative) Functional characteristics of burner control system s to be
specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Annex BB (inform ative) Specific regional requirem ents in J apan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Bibliog raphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Figu re 1 01 – Pulse spark generation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21


Figu re H . 1 01 – Voltag e variation test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Table 1 (7. 2 of edition 3) – Requ ired inform ation and m ethods of providing inform ation . . . . . . . . . 1 9
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Table H . 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Table H . 1 01 – Tim ing of short-term supply voltage variations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Table H . 1 03 – Peak voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Table H . 1 03 – Test levels for electrostatic discharg e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Table AA. 1 – Functional characteristics of bu rner control system s to be specified by the
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AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL CONTROLS –


Part 2-5: Particular requirements for automatic
electrical burner control systems
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DISCLAIMER
This Consolidated version is not an official IEC Standard and has been prepared for
user convenience. Only the current versions of the standard and its amendment(s) are
to be considered the official documents.

This Consolidated version of IEC 60730-2-5 bears the edition number 4.1 . It consists of
the fourth edition (201 3-1 1 ) [documents 72/922/FDIS and 72/929/RVD] and its
amendment 1 (201 7-08) [documents 72/1 084/FDIS and 72/1 1 03/RVD]. The technical
content is identical to the base edition and its amendment.
This Final version does not show where the technical content is modified by
amendment 1 . A separate Redline version with all changes highlighted is available in
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I nternational Standard I EC 60730-2-5 has been prepared by I EC technical com m ittee 72:
Au tom atic electrical controls.

This publication has been drafted in accordance with the I SO/I EC Directives, Part 2.

This part 2-5 is intended to be used in conj unction with I EC 60730-1 . I t was established on the
basis of the fourth edition (201 0) of that pu blication. Consideration m ay be given to futu re
editions of, or am endm ents to, I EC 60730-1 .

The title of I EC 60730-2-5 Ed. 4 has been updated to the title of I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0. H owever,
I EC 60730-2-5 Ed. 4. 0 has not been updated in accordance with the technical requ irem ents in
I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0.

This part 2-5 su pplem ents or m odifies the corresponding clauses in I EC 60730-1 so as to
convert that publication into the I EC standard: Safety requirem ents for au tom atic electrical
bu rner control system s.

Where this part 2-5 states "addition", "m odification", or "replacem ent", the relevant
requirem ent, test specification or explanatory m atter in Part 1 shou ld be adapted accordingly.

Where no change is necessary, this part 2-5 indicates that the relevant clause or su bclause
applies.

I n the developm ent of a fully international standard, it has been necessary to take into
consideration the differing requirem ents resulting from practical experience in variou s parts of
the world and to recog nize the variation in national electrical system s and wiring rules.

The “i n som e cou n tri es” n otes reg ardi n g di fferi ng n ati on al practi ces are con tai ned i n th e fol l owi ng su bcl au ses:
– 2. 3. 1 27
– 6. 1 1
– 1 5. 7
– 1 7. 1 6. 1 02. 1
– H . 26. 1 1 . 1 03
– Tabl e H . 21 , N ote 7

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– Requ irem ents proper: in rom an type;
– Test specifications: in italic type;
– Expl an atory m atter; i n sm al l rom an type;
– Words defined in Clause 2: bol d .
2) Subclauses, notes, tables and figures which are additional to those in Part 1 are num bered
starting from 1 01 , additional annexes are lettered AA, BB, etc.
A list of all parts of the I EC 60730 series, under the general title Automatic electrical controls
can be found on the I EC website.
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AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL CONTROLS –
Part 2-5: Particular requirements for automatic
electrical burner control systems

1 Scope and normative references


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 .1 Scope
This part of I EC 60730 applies to au tom atic electrical burner control systems for the
automatic control of burners for oil, gas, coal or other com bustibles intended to be used
• for household and sim ilar use,
• in shops, offices, hospitals, farm s and com m ercial and indu strial applications.
This I nternational Standard is applicable

• to a com plete burner control system ,


• to a separate programming unit ,
• to a separate electronic high-voltage ignition source ,
• to a separate flame detector and
• to a separate high-temperature operation (HTO) detector .
NOTE 1 Th rou g h ou t th i s docu m en t, wh ere i t can be u sed u n am bi g u ou sl y, the word "system " m ean s "bu rn er
con trol system " an d "system s" m ean s "bu rner control system s".

NOTE 2 Throu g h ou t th i s docu m en t, th e word "equ i pm ent" m ean s "appl i an ce an d equ i pm ent. "

This standard does not apply to therm oelectric flam e su pervision controls; therm oelectric flam e
supervision controls are covered by I SO 23551 -6.

This docum ent also applies to electrical burner control systems intended exclusively for
indu strial process applications e. g. those applications covered by I SO TC 244 (I SO 1 3577) .

1 .1 .1 This docum ent applies to the inherent safety, to the declared operating values ,
operating times and operating sequences where such are associated with burner safety and
to the testing of autom atic electrical burner control systems used in, on, or in association
with, bu rners.

NOTE Requ i rem ents for speci fi c operating values , operating times and operating sequences are g i ven i n th e
standards for appl i ances an d equ i pm ent.

1 .1 .2 This docum ent applies to AC or DC powered system s with a rated voltag e not
exceeding 660 V AC or 600 V DC.

1 .1 .3 This docum ent does not take into account the response value of an automatic action
of a control , if su ch a response value is dependent upon the m ethod of m ou nting the control
in the equipm ent. Where a response value is of significant purpose for the protection of the
user , or surroundings, the value defined in the appropriate equipm ent standard or as
determ ined by the m anufacturer applies.
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1 .1 .4 This docu m ent applies also to system s incorporating electronic devices , requirem ents
for which are contained in Annex H .

1 .1 .5 This docum ent applies to system s using N TC or PTC therm istors, additional
requirem ents for which are contained in Annex J .

1 .1 .6 This docum ent includes system s responsive to flam e properties and tem perature for
H TO.

1 .2 Normative references
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:

I EC 60068-2-6, Environmental testing – Part 2: Tests – Test Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)

I EC 60079-20-1 :201 0, Explosive atmospheres – Part 20-1: Material characteristics for gas and
vapour classification – Test methods and data

I SO 23551 -6:201 4, Safety and control devices for gas burners and gas-burning appliances –
Particular requirements – Part 6: Thermoelectric flame supervision controls

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2 Terms and definitions

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

2.2 Definitions of types of control according to purpose


NOTE Defi n i ti on 2. 2. 23 i s n ot appl i cabl e.

Additional definitions:

2.2.1 01
burner control system
system which includes a programming unit , a flame detector or, if applicable, an HTO
detector and m ay include an ignition source and/or ignition device and which m onitors the
operation of fu el burners

Note 1 to en try: Th e vari ou s fu ncti ons of th e system m ay be i n on e or m ore hou si ng s.

2.2.1 02
flame detector
device which provides the programming unit with a signal indicating the presence or absence
of flam e

Note 1 to en try: I t i ncl u des the fl ame sensor an d m ay i ncl u de an am pl i fi er an d a rel ay for si g n al transm i ssi on . Th e
am pl i fi er an d rel ay m ay be i n i ts own hou si ng or com bi ned wi th th e prog ram mi ng uni t .

2.2.1 03
flame sensor
device which senses the flam e and provides the input signal to the flame detector am plifier
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Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are opti cal sensors an d fl am e el ectrodes (fl am e rods) .

2.2.1 04
ignition source
electrical or electronic system com ponent which provides energy to an ignition device
Note 1 to entry: I t m ay be separated from or i ncorporated i n the programming unit . Exam pl es are i g n i ti on
tran sform ers an d el ectron i c h i g h -vol tag e g en erators.

2.2.1 05
ignition device
device m ounted on or adj acent to a burner for igniting fuel at the burner

Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are pilot bu rners, spark el ectrodes and h ot su rface i g ni ters.

2.2.1 06
programming unit
device which controls the burner operation in a declared sequence from start-up to shut-down
within declared tim ings and in response to signals from regu lating , lim iting and m onitoring
devices

2.2.1 07
multitry system
system that allows m ore than one valve open period during its declared operating sequence
2.2.1 08
HTO detector
device which provides the programming unit with a signal indicating presence or absence of
HTO
Note 1 to en try: I t i ncl u des the HTO-sensor an d m ay i ncl u de an am pl i fi er an d a rel ay for si g n al transmission .
The am pl i fi er an d rel ay m ay be i n i ts own hou si ng or com bi ned wi th the programming unit .

2.2.1 09
HTO-sensor
device which senses the tem perature of a surface or a m ediu m within the com bustion cham ber
which is in direct contact with a flam m able fuel-air m ixture and provides a signal indicating
presence or absence of HTO

2.2.1 1 0
auto-ignition temperature
AIT
lowest tem perature (of a hot surface or the environm ent) at which an ig nition of a flam m able
fu el/air m ixture occurs

[SOU RCE: I EC 60079-20-1 :201 0, 3. 3, m odified : "or the environm ent" has been added in the
parenthesis, "at which under specified test conditions" has been deleted and " flam m able gas
or vapou r in m ixtu re with air or air/inert gas" has been replaced by " flam m able fuel/air
m ixture"]

2.2.1 1 1
high-temperature operation
HTO
operation on the basis of auto-ignition temperature which assures ignition and burning of fuel

Note 1 to entry: High-temperature operation i s u sed e. g . i n fu el cel l s (I EC 62282-3-1 00) and i n i n du stri al
fu rn aces and associ ated processi ng equ i pm ent (I SO 1 3577) wh ere i g n i ti on and bu rni n g i s detected by m ean s of
sen si n g th e tem peratu re.
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2.3 Definitions relating to the function of controls
2.3.30
Tmax
Replace " switch head " by " burner control system . "

2.3.32
safety shut-down
Replacement:
de-energization of the m ain fuel flow m eans as the result of the action of a lim iter, a cut-out or
the detection of an internal fault of the system

Note 1 to en try: Safety shut-down m ay i ncl u de addi ti on al acti ons by th e system .


Additional definitions:

2.3.1 01
automatic recycle
autom atic repetition of the start-up procedure, without m anual intervention, following loss of the
supervised flam e and subsequ ent fuel supply shutoff

2.3.1 02
controlled shut-down
de-energization of the fuel flow m eans as a result of the opening of a control loop by a control
device such as a thermostat leading the system to return to the start position

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flame detector response time
period of tim e between the loss of the sensed flam e and the signal indicating the absence of
flam e

2.3.1 04
flame detector operating characteristics
that function of the flame detector which indicates absence or presence of flam e as the output
sig nal of the flame detector relating to the input signal

Note 1 to en try: N orm al l y th e i npu t si g n al i s provi ded by a flame sensor .


2.3.1 04.1
signal for presence of flame
S1
m inim um signal which indicates the presence of flam e when there was previously no flam e

2.3.1 04.2
signal for absence of flame
S2
m axim um signal which indicates the loss of flam e

Note 1 to en try: S 2 i s l ess th an S 1 .


2.3.1 04.3
maximum flame signal
S max
m axim u m signal which does not affect the tim ings or the sequence
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signal for visible light flame simulation
S3
m inim u m signal which indicates the presence of flam e during the visible lig ht flame simulation
test

Note 1 to en try: S 3 i s l ess than S 2 .

2.3.1 05
self-checking flame detector
flame detector which checks for correct operation of the flame detector and its associated
electronic circuitry while the bu rner is in the running position

2.3.1 06
flame detector self-checking rate
frequency of the self-checking fu nction of the flame detector (in num ber of operations per
unit of tim e)

2.3.1 07
flame failure lock-out time
flame failure response time
period of tim e between the sig nal indicating absence of flam e and lock-out

2.3.1 08
flame failure re-ignition time
relight time
period of tim e between the signal indicating absence of flam e and the signal to energize the
ignition device , during which the fuel supply is not shu t off

2.3.1 09
flame signal
outpu t sig nal of the flame detector

2.3.1 1 0
flame simulation
condition which occurs when the flame detector indicates the presence of flam e when in
reality no flam e is present

2.3.1 1 1
ignition time
period of tim e du ring which the ignition device is energized

2.3.1 1 2
lock-out
process in which the system goes into one of the following lock-out conditions, following
safety shut-down

2.3.1 1 2.1
non-volatile lock-out
condition such that a restart can only be accom plished by a m anual reset of the system and by
no other cause

2.3.1 1 2.2
volatile lock-out
condition such that a restart can be accom plished by either a m anual reset of the system or by
an interruption of the power supply and its subsequ ent restoration
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mai n fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od
period of tim e between the signal to energize the m ain fuel flow m eans and the signal
indicating presence of the m ain burner flam e

2.3.1 1 4
pi l ot fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od
period of tim e between the signal to energ ize the pi l ot fuel flow m eans and the signal
indicating presence of the pi l ot flam e

2.3.1 1 5
post-i g n i ti on ti m e
period of the i g n i ti on ti m e between the sig nal indicating presence of flam e and the signal to
de-energ ize the i g n i ti on d evi ce

2.3.1 1 6
pre-i g n i ti on ti m e
period of the i g n i ti on ti m e between the signal to ignite and the sig nal to energ ize the fuel flow
m eans

2.3.1 1 7
proved i g n i ter
proved i g n i ter system
system in which the fuel flow m eans is energ ized only after the availability of sufficient energy
to ig nite the fuel has been verified

Note 1 to en try: Exam pl es are system s u si ng spark su pervi si on and those u si n g proved hot su rface i g n i ters.
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2.3.1 1 7.1
proved i g n i ter operati n g val u e
signal which indicates that the proved i g n i ter has the energy to ignite the fuel

2.3.1 1 7.2
i g n i ter provi n g ti m e
period of tim e between the signal to energize the proved i g n i ter and the sig nal to energize the
fuel flow m eans

2.3.1 1 7.3
ig n i ter fai l u re respon se ti m e
period of tim e between loss of the supervised proved i g n i ter and the sig nal to de-energize the
fuel flow m eans

2.3.1 1 8
pu rg e ti m e
period during which air is introdu ced to displace any rem aining air/fu el m ixtures or produ cts of
com bustion from the com bu stion zone and flue ways

Note 1 to en try: N o fu el i s adm i tted du ri n g th i s peri od.

2.3.1 1 8.1
post-pu rg e ti m e
pu rg e ti m e that takes place im m ediately following the shu tting off of the fuel su pply

2.3.1 1 8.2
pre-pu rg e ti m e
pu rg e ti m e that takes place between i n i ti ati on of a burner control sequence and the
adm ission of fu el to the burner
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re-ig nition
relight
process by which, following loss of the flame signal , the ignition device will be re-energized
without interruption of the fuel flow m eans

2.3.1 20
recycle time
period of tim e between the signal to de-energize the fu el flow m eans following the loss of flam e
and the signal to begin a new start-u p procedure

2.3.1 21
running position
position denoting that the m ain bu rner flam e is established and supervised, or the burner is in
HTO and supervised

2.3.1 22 Void
2.3.1 23
start position
position which denotes that the system is not in the lock-out condition and has not yet received
the start signal , but can proceed with the start-up sequ ence if required

2.3.1 24
start signal
signal, for exam ple, from a thermostat , which releases the system from its start position

2.3.1 25
start-up lock-out time
period of tim e between the sig nal to energize the fuel flow m eans and lock-out

Note 1 to entry: For system s whi ch control two separate fu el fl ow m ean s, two di fferent start-up l ock-ou t ti m es are
possi bl e (fi rst an d second start-up l ock-out ti mes ) .

2.3.1 26
waiting time
period between the start signal and the sig nal to energize the ig nition device

Note 1 to en try: For bu rners wi th ou t fans, n atu ral venti l ati on of the com bu sti on cham ber and th e fl u e passag es
norm al l y takes pl ace du ri ng thi s ti m e.

2.3.1 27
valve open period
for multitry systems , the period of tim e between the signal to energize the fu el flow m eans,
and the signal to de-energize the fu el flow m eans, if proof of the supervised burner flam e is not
established

Note 1 to en try: I n th e U SA, th i s peri od i s referred to as th e "tri al -for-i g ni ti on peri od. "

2.3.1 28
valve sequence period
for multitry systems , the su m of all valve opening periods prior to lock-out , if proof of the
supervised burner flam e is not established

2.3.1 29
system restart
process by which, after a safety shut-down , a full start-up procedure is au tom atically repeated
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2.3.1 30
reset from lock-out function
function that provides reset from lock-out allowing the system to attem pt a restart

Note 1 to en try: Th e reset fu ncti on m ay be perform ed by vari ou s el ectri c/el ectron i c (m obi l e) devi ces.

2.3.1 31
common cause failures
failures of different item s, resulting from a single event, where these failures are not
consequences of each other

Note 1 to en try: Com mon cause fai l ures shou l d not be confu sed wi th com m on m ode fai l u res.

[ SOU RCE: I EC 60050-1 91 :1 990, 1 91 -04-23 ]

2.3.1 32
HTO detector response time
period of tim e between the tem peratu re falling below the defined tem perature lim it for HTO and
the signal indicating the absence of HTO

2.3.1 33
HTO detector operating characteristics
that function of the HTO detector which indicates absence or presence of HTO as the output
signal of the HTO detector relating to the input signal

Note 1 to en try: N orm al l y the i n pu t si g nal i s provi ded by a HTO-sensor .

2.3.1 34
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down or to switch over to flam e supervision

2.3.1 35
HTO signal
outpu t sig nal of the HTO detector

2.5 Definitions of types of control according to construction


Additional definitions:

2.5.1 01
system for permanent operation
system which is intended to rem ain in the running position for longer than 24 h without
interruption

2.5.1 02
system for non-permanent operation
system which is intended to rem ain in the running position for less than 24 h

Additional definitions:

2.1 01 Definitions relating to the type of burner (see 6. 1 01 )


2.1 01 .1
continuous ignition
type of ig nition which, once placed in operation , is intended to rem ain energized continuously
until it is m anually interrupted
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2.1 01 .2
con ti n u ou s pi l ot
pi l ot which, once placed in operati on , is intended to rem ain ignited continuously until it is
m anually interrupted

2.1 01 .3
di rect i g n i ti on
type of ignition which is applied directly to the m ain burner, withou t the u se of a pi l ot

2.1 01 .4
expan d i n g pi l ot
form of con ti n u ou s pi l ot where the pi l ot flam e is increased or expanded when required to
ignite the m ain burner and reduced either im m ediately after m ain burner ignition, or after the
m ain flam e is shut off

2.1 01 .5
fu l l rate start
condition in which the m ain burner ignition and su bsequent flam e supervision occur at full
fuel rate

2.1 01 .6
in term i tten t i g n i ti on
type of ignition which is energized when an appliance is called on to operate and which rem ains
continuously energized during each period of m ain bu rner operati on and where the ignition is
de-energized when the m ain burner operating cycle is com pleted

2.1 01 .7
i n term i tten t pi l ot
pi l ot which is au tom atically ig nited when an appliance is called on to operate and which
rem ains continu ously ignited during each period of m ain burner operati on and where the pi l ot
is autom atically extinguished when each m ain bu rner operating cycle is com pleted

2.1 01 .8
in terru pted i g n i ti on
type of ignition which is energized prior to the adm ission of fuel to the m ain bu rner and which is
de-energized when the m ain flam e is established

2.1 01 .9
in terru pted pi l ot
pi l ot which is autom atically ignited prior to the adm ission of fuel to the m ain burner and which
is autom atically extingu ished when the m ain flam e is established

2.1 01 .1 0
low rate start
condition in which m ain burner ignition occurs at low fuel rate

Note 1 to en try: Once i g ni ti on at l ow fu el rate occu rs and th e fl am e i s proved, fu l l m ai n bu rner fu el rate m ay be


adm i tted.

2.1 01 .1 1
pi l ot
flam e, sm aller than the m ain flam e, which is utilized to ignite the m ain bu rner or burners

3 General requi rements

This clause of Part 1 is applicable.


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4 General notes on tests
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

4.1 Conditions of test


4.1 .1 Replacement:
Unless otherwise specified, the system and each system component are tested as delivered,
having been mounted as declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31, in
the most unfavourable position when there is more than one position.
When a separate system component is submitted, the manufacturer shall provide those other
system components which may be necessary to perform the relevant tests.
4.1 .7 N ot applicable.

4.2 Samples required


4.2.1 Replacement:
Unless otherwise specified, one sample shall be used for the tests of Clauses 5 to 14 inclusive.
A different sample(s) shall be used for the tests of Clauses 15 to 17. At the option of the
manufacturer, the tests of Clauses 18 to 26 including the relevant annexes may be conducted
on a new sample or on the sample(s) used for the tests of Clauses 5 to 14 inclusive. The tests
of Clause 27 shall be conducted on a new sample.
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4.3 Instructions for test
4.3.2.1 Modification:
Delete "and those for a.c./d.c. at the more unfavourable supply."
4.3.2.4 N ot applicable.

4.3.2.6 Replacement:
For systems marked or declared for more than one rated voltage or rated current, the tests of
Clause 17 are made at the rated voltage and associated current (or vice versa) which produces
the most unfavourable combination.

5 Rating
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

6 Classification
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

6.1 According to nature of supply


6.1 .1 Systems for a.c. only
Replace explanatory matter by the following requirement:
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System s intended for use on a. c. only supply shall only be used on a. c. su pplies.

6.1 .3 N ot applicable.

6.3 According to their purpose


Additional subclauses:

6.3.1 01 – burner control system ;


6.3.1 02 – flame detector ;
6.3.1 03 – programming unit ;
6.3.1 04 – ignition device ;
6.3.1 05 – electronic high-voltage ignition source ;
6.3.1 06 – flame sensor ;
6.3.1 07 – HTO detector ;
6.3.1 08 – HTO-sensor .
6.4 According to features of automatic action
6.4.1 N ot applicable.

6.4.3 Addition:
Burner control systems are classified as having Type 2 action .
6.4.3.1 2 Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

6.4.3.1 01 – non-volatile lock-out (Type 2. V) ;


6.4.3.1 02 – volatile lock-out (Type 2. W) ;
6.4.3.1 03 – non-perm anent operation (Type 2. AC) ;
6.4.3.1 04 – perm anent operation (Type 2. AD) ;
6.4.3.1 05 – spark supervision (Type 2. AE) ;
6.4.3.1 06 – air/pressure flow su pervision (Type 2. AF) ;
6.4.3.1 07 – position-checked external devices (Type 2. AG) ;
6.4.3.1 08 – visible light flame simulation check (Type 2. AH ) ;
6.4.3.1 09 – proved hot surface igniter (Type 2. AI ) .

6.7 According to ambient temperature limits of the switch head


6.7.1 Modification:
Replace "Control with a switch head " by " System and system com ponents".
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6.7.2 Modification:
Replace "Control with a switch head " by " System and system com ponents".

6.1 0 According to number of cycles of actuation (M) of each manual action


6.1 0.5 to 6.1 0.7 N ot applicable.

6.1 1 According to number of automatic cycles (A) of each automatic action


Addition:

NOTE I n m em ber cou n tri es of CEN ELEC, th e m i ni m u m val u e i s 250 000 au tom ati c cycl es. I n Can ada, Ch i n a, i n
J apan and the U SA, the m i ni m u m val u e i s 1 00 000 cycl es.

6.1 1 .4 to 6.1 1 .1 2 Not applicable.

6.1 5 According to construction


6.1 5.3 N ot applicable.

6.1 6 Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

6.1 01 According to type of burner


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6.1 02 According to type of pilot


6.1 03 According to type of ignition
6.1 04 According to starting fuel rate

7 Information
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

7.2.6 Replacement:
Except as indicated in 7. 4, for integrated system s all inform ation is provided by m eans of
declaration (X) . For incorporated system s not declared u nder requirem ent 50, the m arking
required is as indicated in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) . For incorporated system s
declared under requirem ent 50, the only m arking required is the m anufactu rer's nam e or trade
m ark and the unique type reference if other required m arking is provided by docum entation
(D) .

NOTE See th e expl anati on of docu m entati on (D) contai n ed i n 7. 2. 1 .

7.2.9 Modification:
Replace " Tmax other than 55 °C" by " Tmax other than 60 °C" in the line for symbol for "Am bient
tem perature lim its of switch head ".
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Table 1 (7. 2 of edition 3) – Required information and methods


of providing information (1 of 2)
I nform ati on Cl ause or subcl au se M ethod
Modification:
Replace the following requirements by:
4 N atu re of su ppl y (a. c. or d. c. ) 4. 3. 2, 6. 1 C
6 Pu rpose of system or system com pon en t 4. 3. 5, 6. 3 D
7 Th e type of l oad con trol l ed by each ci rcu i t b) 1 4, 1 7. 3. 1 , 6. 2, H . 27. 1 . 2 D
15 Deg ree of protecti on provi ded by encl osu re c) 6. 5. 1 , 6. 5. 2, 1 1 . 5 D
17 Whi ch of the term i n al s are su i tabl e for th e conn ecti on of external 6. 6, 7. 4. 2, 7. 4. 3 D
condu ctors, an d i f th ey are su i tabl e for l i ne or neu tral con du ctors,
or both
22 Tem peratu re l i m i ts of the system an d system com pon en ts i f Tmi n 6. 7, 1 4. 5, 1 4. 7, 1 7. 3 D
i s l ower th an 0 °C, or Tm ax oth er than 60 °C
23 Tem peratu re l i m i ts of m ou nti n g su rfaces ( Ts ) 6. 1 2. 2, 1 4. 1 , 1 7. 3 D
26 N u m ber of cycl es of actuati on (M) for each m anual acti on 1 01 ) 6. 1 0 X
28 N ot appl i cabl e
31 Meth od of m ou n ti n g th e system and each system com ponent e) 4. 1 . 1 , 1 1 . 6 D
34 Detai l s of an y l i m i tati on of operati ng ti me 6.4.3.1 03, 6.4.3.1 04, 1 4, 1 7 D
37 N ot appl i cabl e
38 N ot appl i cabl e
40 Addi ti onal featu res of Type 2 acti ons 6. 4. 3 D
41 N ot appl i cabl e
42 N ot appl i cabl e
44 N ot appl i cabl e
46 Operati ng sequence 2. 3. 1 3, 1 1 . 3. 1 08, 1 5 D
48 N ot appl i cabl e
50 System or system com ponents i nten ded to be del i vered excl u si vel y 7. 2. 1 , 7. 2. 6 X
to th e equi pment m anufacturer

Add the following additional requirements:


1 01 Maxi m u m fl ame detector response ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 03, 1 5 D
1 02 Mi ni m u m fl am e detector sel f-checki ng rate (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 06, 1 1 . 3. 1 07, 1 5 D
1 03 Maxi m u m fl ame fai l ure l ock-out ti m e or Maxi m u m fl ame fai l ure 2. 3. 1 07, 1 5 D
response ti me (i f appl i cabl e)
1 04 Maxi m u m fl ame-fai l ure re-i g ni ti on ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 08, 1 5 D
1 05 Maxi m u m i g ni ti on ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 1 , 1 5 D
1 06 Maxi m u m m ai n fl ame establ i shi ng peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 3, 1 5 D
1 07 Maxi m u m pi l ot fl am e establ i sh i n g peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 4, 1 5 D
1 08 Maxi m u m post-i g ni ti on ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 5, 1 5 D
1 09 Maxi m u m pre-i g ni ti on ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 6, 1 5 D
110 Voi d
111 Mi ni m u m post-purg e ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 8. 1 , 1 5 D
112 Mi ni m u m pre-pu rg e ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 8. 2, 1 5 D
113 Mi ni m u m recycl e ti me (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 20, 1 5 D
114 Maxi m u m start-up l ock-out ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 25, 1 5 D
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Table 1 (7. 2 of edition 3) – Required information and methods of providing


information (2 of 2)
I nformati on Cl ause or su bcl ause M ethod
115 Mi n i m u m wai ti ng ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 26, 1 5 D
116 Type of bu rner 6. 1 01 D
117 Type of pi l ot 6. 1 02, 2. 1 01 . 2, 2. 1 01 . 4, D
2. 1 01 . 7, 2. 1 01 . 9, 2. 1 01 . 1 1
118 Type of i g n i ti on 2. 1 01 . 1 , 2. 1 01 . 3, 2. 1 01 . 6, D
2. 1 01 . 8, 6. 1 03
119 See Ann ex H
1 20 Mean s for protecti ng setti ng of ti m i n g s 1 1 . 3. 4 X
1 21 See Ann ex H
1 22 Resi stance to vi brati on 1 7. 1 . 3, 1 7. 1 6. 1 03 D
1 23 S 1 (si g nal for presence of fl am e) 2. 3. 1 04. 1 , 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 24 S 2 (si g nal for absence of fl ame) 2. 3. 1 04. 2, 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 25 S m ax ( maxi mum fl ame si g nal , i f appl i cabl e) 1 03 ) 2. 3. 1 04. 3, 1 5. 5, 1 5. 6, 1 5. 7 D
1 26 El ectron i c hi g h-vol tag e i g ni ti on spark g ap 1 02) 1 3. 2. 1 01 D
1 27 Other system com ponents for u se wi th the su bm i tted com ponents 2. 2. 1 01 , 2. 2. 1 02, 2. 2. 1 04, D
to provi de a com pl ete system 2. 2. 1 06
1 28 For each val ve open i ng peri od, the m axi m u m ti m e (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 27, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3, D
1 5. 5 p)
1 29 Maxi m u m val ve seq uence peri od (i f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 28, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 2, 1 5. 5 q) D
1 30 S 3 ( si g nal for vi si bl e l i g ht fl ame si mul ati on ) 2. 3. 1 04. 4, 1 1 . 3. 1 1 0 X
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1 31 For proved i g ni ters , th e characteri sti cs (en erg y, cu rren t, vol tag e, 2. 3. 1 1 7 D
resi stan ce, tem peratu re, etc. ) whi ch establ i sh that th e proved i g ni ter
h as the energ y to i g ni te th e fu el
1 32 Proved i g ni ter operati ng val u e 2. 3. 1 1 7. 1 , 1 5. 7, 1 7. 1 6. 1 08, D
(Mi ni m u m an d/or m axi m u m , as appl i cabl e) H . 27. 1 . 1 . 3
1 33 Maxi m u m i g ni ter provi ng ti me (I f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 7. 2, 1 5. 5 D
1 34 Maxi m u m i g ni ter fai l ure response ti m e (I f appl i cabl e) 2. 3. 1 1 7. 3, 1 5. 5 D

1 35 Type of l ock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2, 1 1 . 3. 1 08 D
1 36 See Ann ex H
1 37 Extern al overcu rrent devi ce (i f appl i cabl e) 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 a) D
1 38 Maxi m u m short ci rcu i t cu rren t as decl ared 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 b) D
1 39 The defi ned tem peratu re l i m i t for HTO 1 1 . 3. 1 1 4 D
1 40 HTO detector response ti m e 1 1 . 3. 1 1 4 D

N OTES

Additional notes:
1 01 ) For 1 7. 1 6. 1 05, th e nu m ber of m anual acti ons for l ock-out re-set i s a m i n i m u m of 6 000.
1 02 ) I f a rang e i s decl ared, th e m axi m u m val u e i s u sed for th e test of 1 3. 2. 1 02 and 1 3. 2. 1 03.
1 03 ) S m ax shal l be decl ared for those system s i n wh i ch th e maxi mum fl ame si g nal affects ti m i ng s or sequ ence.
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8 Protection against electric shock

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

8.1 General requirements


Additional subclause:

8.1 .1 01 High-voltage ignition sources


Provision shall be m ade for protection against contact with hig h-voltage ignition sources
having any of the following characteristics:
a) for continuous spark ignition (pulses within the m ains frequency rang e) :
– the m axim um voltag e is hig her than 1 0 kV (peak) , and/or
– the m axim um cu rrent is higher than 0, 7 m A (peak) ;
b) for pulse spark ig nition: (see Figure 1 01 )
– the charge of an individual ignition pulse exceeds 1 00 µ C, and
– the duration ( d) is g reater than 0, 1 s, and
– the interval ( i) between individual ignition pulses is less than 0, 25 s.
Either the system m anufacturer shall provide a warning that is visible when the hig h-voltage
ignition source is m ou nted as in normal use , or the equipm ent m anufacturer shall be advised
of the need to provide such protection or a warning.

Voltage

1 00 %

10 %
d i Time
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8.3 Capacitors
N ot applicable.

9 Provision for protective earthing

This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

1 0 Terminals and terminations

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:


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1 0.2.4 Flat push-on connectors
Additional subclause:

1 0.2.4.1 01 Direct plug-in connections


System s desig ned for direct plug -in connection to a sub-base shall be so constru cted that they
withstand the forces of norm al insertion and withdrawal in such a m anner that com pliance with
this docum ent is not im paired.

Compliance is checked by performing 10 insertions and withdrawals according to the


manufacturer's instructions.

After this test, no significant displacement or damage shall occur.

NOTE The term i n al s u sed for di rect pl u g -i n con necti on s between th e system an d/or system com pon en ts and th ei r
su b-bases are n ot con si dered fl at pu sh-on con nectors.

1 1 Constructional requirements
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 1 .3 Actuation and operation


1 1 .3.4 Setting by the manufacturer
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Adj ustm ent m eans used for the setting of tim ing s shall be secu red by m eans providing
protection ag ainst access by uninstructed persons or shall be declared as requiring such
protection in the application.

NOTE For exam pl e, su ch adj u stm ent m ean s can


1) be seal ed wi th a m ateri al su i tabl e for th e tem peratu re rang e of the system an d/or system com ponents su ch th at
tam peri ng i s apparen t, or
2) con si st of speci al parts on l y avai l abl e from th e m anu factu rer, or
3) be accessi bl e onl y wi th the u se of special-purpose tools or access codes.

Compliance is checked by inspection. Where sealing is used, inspection is done before and
after the tests of Clause 17.

1 1 .3.5 Contacts – General


1 1 .3.5.2 System s of class C control functions shall include at least two switching elem ents
to directly de-energ ize the safety relevant term inals.

NOTE 1 The burner control system is a class C control function .


NOTE 2 A si ng l e rel ay operati n g two i ndepen dent con tacts i s consi dered to be onl y on e swi tch i ng el em en t.

Desig ns where relays are used as switching elem ents, a non- replaceable fuse (see Table H . 24
Note I ) in series with two independent relay contacts with IN fuse < 0, 6 * Ie relay, are
considered to com ply with the following requirem ents for prevention of com m on cause failure .

NOTE 3 IN : val u es for th e fu se (see I EC 601 27-1 : 201 5, 3. 1 6) ;

Ie : rated operati onal cu rren t of the contact (see I EC 60947-1 : 2007; 4. 3. 2. 3)

In Part 1, the term


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• “safety related output terminals” is equivalent to “valve terminals”.
• “safety shut-down” shall be used as defined in this document,
• “control” shall be used as “burner control systems”.
1 1 .3.9 Pull-cord actuated control
Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .3.1 01 Burner control circuits


Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in earthed su pply system s shall be two-wire,
one-side nom inally earthed. Devices intended to open such a circuit shall be connected to the
unearthed side of the supply circuit.

1 1 .3.1 02 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in unearthed su pply system s shall
be two-wire. All devices intended to open such circuits shall be connected to the sam e side of
the su pply circuit.

1 1 .3.1 03 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in earthed three-phase supply
system s shall be four-wire. Devices intended to open such circu its shall be connected to all
three phases.

1 1 .3.1 04 Circuits em ploying burner control systems used in unearthed three-phase supply
system s shall be three-wire. Devices intended to open such circuits shall be connected to two
or three phases.

1 1 .3.1 05 I f the system initiates a signal to energize the fuel flow m eans at less than 85 %
rated voltage for a. c. and less than 80 % rated voltage for d. c. , the system shall com ply with
the following :
a) in the running position , the system shall proceed to safety shut-down or operate with the
tim ings m easu red at declared am bient tem peratures as declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the
previous edition) , requirem ents 1 01 to 1 04, inclusive;
b) in any other position, the operating sequence shall com ply with the declarations of Table 1
(7. 2 of the previous edition) , requirem ent 46. The start-up lock-out time shall not exceed
twice the value declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) , requirem ent 1 1 4.
Compliance is checked by H.26.5.4.

1 1 .3.1 06 The system shall provide a safe start check that will cause a) , b) or c) to occu r if the
failure results in a flam e before the fuel flow m eans are energized:
a) the system shall fail to start the operating sequence ;
b) the system shall lock out within the tim e declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) ,
requ irem ent 1 03;
c) the system shall rem ain in pre-purge.
NOTE The system can rem ai n i n condi ti ons a) or c) u nti l the fault cl ears.

For systems which incorporate electronic devices , compliance is determined by the tests
of Clause H.27.

For systems not subject to the tests of Clause H.27, a flame signal shall be simulated and
introduced at the start of the flame establishing period until a), b) or c) occurs.
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1 1 .3.1 07 System s declared as Type 2. AD shall perform a self-check at least once every hour,
when the system is in the running position .

System s declared in Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) , requirem ent 1 02, have the self-
checking rate evaluated as part of the declared sequence and tim ings. This requirem ent shall
be evaluated in Clauses 1 5, 1 7 and H . 27. 1 . 2.

1 1 .3.1 08 System s shall perform the declared operating sequence .


1 1 .3.1 08.1
The electric circuit of the actuating means of the lock-out device shall be
checked during each start-u p sequence.

1 1 .3.1 08.2 The fuel flow m eans shall not be energized before the ignition device .
1 1 .3.1 08.3 Re-ignition is only perm itted when the system is in the running position .
1 1 .3.1 08.4 Automatic recycle is only perm itted when the system is in the running position .
1 1 .3.1 08.5 I f no flam e is detected at the end of the first or second start-up lock-out time the
system shall perform lock-out . H owever, if the declared operating sequence includes recycle
or re-ignition, the system m ay recycle or allow re-ignition.

Compliance with 11.3.108 is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .3.1 08.6 I f no flam e is detected at the end of the flame failure lock-out time or flame
failure response time , the system shall perform lock-out . H owever, if the declared operating
sequence includes
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1 1 .3.1 08.7 After a safety shut-down or after a volatile lock-out reset , the operating
sequence m ay proceed only with a system restart .
1 1 .3.1 09
I f the wiring diagram provided by the m anufacturer indicates an input to the system
from an external lim iter or cut-out, then operation of this external device shall lead to at least
safety shut-down .
Compliance is checked by examination of the circuit design.

1 1 .3.1 1 0 Visible light flame simulation test


Flame detectors classified as Type 2. AH shall have a check to discrim inate between flame
simulation and flame signals originating from real flam e. Exam ples of suitable checks are:
a) prior to the sig nal to energize the fuel flow m eans during each start-up sequence, the
system shall check for the presence of a flame signal that is greater than or equal to S 3 . I f
such a sig nal is detected, the system shall proceed to lock-out or shall interru pt the start-
up sequence;
for the above test, S 3 shall be less than S2;
or
b) after perform ing a controlled shut-down , the system shall check for the presence of a
flame signal which is less than or equal to S 2 . I f such a signal is detected, the system shall
proceed to lock-out or shall prevent the next start-up sequence.
1 1 .3.1 1 1 For multitry systems , the system shall go to lock-out at the end of the valve
sequence period .
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1 1 .3.1 1 2 For multitry systems , further valve open periods m ay be initiated either as a
resu lt of loss of su pervised flam e during the running position or failure to prove supervised
flam e during the declared valve sequence period .

NOTE Re-ignition (see 1 1 . 3. 1 08. 5) i s al so al l owed i f decl ared.

1 1 .3.1 1 3 For multitry systems , the valve open periods m ay have different values during the
valve sequence period .
1 1 .3.1 1 4 For controls intended for HTO u sing HTO-sensors , the tem perature shall be
m onitored. I n the event the tem perature falls below the defined tem perature lim it for HTO , the
control shall proceed to safety shut-down or switch over to flam e supervision (e. g. ionization,
U V, I R etc. ) . This fu nction (inclu ding sensor, detector and program m ing unit) shall be a
class C control function with type 2 action .
The defined tem perature lim it for HTO (see Table 1 , requirem ent 1 39) shall be the tem perature
value, which includes the auto-ignition tem perature, given in I EC 60079-20-1 or otherwise
specified by the product standard, and the tolerances of the signal processing circu it inclu ding
the sensor.

1 1 .4 Actions
1 1 .4.3 Type 2 action
Replacement :

Any type 2 action shall be so designed that the manufacturing deviation and drift of its
operating value , operating time or operating sequence is within the lim its declared in
Table 1 , requirem ents 46, 1 01 to 1 1 5 inclusive, and 1 23 to 1 25 inclusive, 1 39 and 1 40.

1 1 .4.1 5 N ot applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .4.1 01 Type 2.V action


A Type 2. V action shall be so designed that a restart can only be accom plished by a m anual
reset of the system .
System s classified as Type 2. V shall have a reset m echanism classified as Type 2. J .

Compliance is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .4.1 02 Type 2.W action


A Type 2. W action shall be so designed that a restart can only be accom plished by either a
m anual reset or an interruption of the power supply and its su bsequent restoration.

Compliance is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .4.1 03
For system s with rem otely m ounted reset buttons, a short circuit between the
connecting cables or between the connecting cables and earth shall not result in a reset .

1 1 .4.1 04 System s classified as Type 2. AE shall perform spark supervision prior to


energ ization of the fuel flow m eans.
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1 1 .4.1 05 System s classified as Type 2. AF shall check for correct function of external air
pressure/flow control.

The system shall perform safety shut-down or lock-out or shall fail to start if a positive
external air pressure/flow control si gnal is detected prior to start-up.

The system shall perform safety shut-down or lock-out if insufficient external air
pressure/flow is detected du ring the purge time or when the system is in the running
position .

1 1 .4.1 06 System s classified as Type 2. AG which perform position checks du ring or prior to
the start-up sequence shall continue with the operating sequence only after these position
checks have been su ccessfully perform ed.

Compliance with 11.4.103 to 11.4.106 inclusive is checked by inspection and by test.

1 1 .4.1 07 System s classified as Type 2. AI shall perform hot surface ig niter supervision prior to
energization of the fu el flow m eans.

1 1 .1 0 Equipment inlets and socket-outlets


1 1 .1 0.2 N ot applicable.

1 1 .1 1 Requirements during mounting, maintenance and servicing


1 1 .1 1 .6 N ot applicable.
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1 1 .1 3 Not applicable.

Additional subclauses:

1 1 .1 01 Flame detector constructional requirements


1 1 .1 01 .1 Flame detector devices using infrared sensors shall only react to the flicker
property of the flam e.

1 1 .1 01 .2 Flame detector devices using ionization sensors (flam e rods) shall only m ake u se
of the rectification property of the flam e.

1 1 .1 01 .3 Flame detector devices u sing U V-tubes shall have sufficient checks for ag eing of
the U V-tubes.
NOTE Exam pl es of su i tabl e ch ecks are
– au tom ati c peri odi c su pervi si on of the sen sor fu ncti on;
– a ch eck of th e U V-tu be du ri ng the purg e ti me wi th a vol tag e 1 5 % h i g her th an that appl i ed to the U V-tu be
du ri n g th e rem ai nder of th e operati ng sequence ;
– a check that th e fl am e rel ay has dropped ou t after each control l ed shut-down wi th th e am pl i fi er conti nu al l y
energ i zed.

1 1 .1 01 .4 An open circu it of the flame sensor/HTO-sensor or its connecting cables shall


cause loss of the flame signal/HTO-sensor signal .

1 1 .1 01 .5 Flame detectors using U V sensors other than U V tubes shall not react to infrared
light. Such flame detectors shall not indicate a signal for the presence of flam e when the
sensor is illum inated with 1 0 lx or less at a colou r tem perature of 2 856 K with the spectrum
being cut off below the waveleng th of 400 nm by m eans of a filter.
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1 1 .1 01 .6 Sensors for visible lig ht are not allowed if the illum ination intensity is lower than
0, 5 lx during operation . System s using sensors for visible light shall not give a detect-of- flame
signal during operation below an illum ination intensity of 0, 5 lx.

1 1 .1 01 .7 HTO-sensors shall only react to tem perature.

NOTE For sel ecti n g th e posi ti on of th e HTO-sensor i n th e appl i cati on , th e effect of exposi n g i t to radi an t h eat
di rectl y from the fl am e i s taken i n to accou nt.

Compliance with 11.101.1 to 11.101.7 inclusive is checked by inspection, test and/or


measurement.

1 1 .1 02 Reset from lock-out function


1 1 .1 02.1 General
For automatic controls , provisions are present to ensu re that the appliance can be reset from
a lock-out condition (e. g. cau sed by overheating of the appliance or no flam e establishm ent) .

Traditional m ethods for resetting heating appliances are:


– conventional m echanical reset switch (no or m inor sim ple electronic com ponents present) ;
– rem oving the power su pply to the control unit (only accepted in case of volatile lock-out
applications) .
New technologies provide m ore com plex reset devices, su ch as:
a) rem ote reset devices (e. g . throug h com m unication lines/protocols) ;
b) intelligent com plex reset devices (e. g. by m eans of additional hardware and/or software) ;
c) infrared or radio frequency controlled reset devices;
d) com binations of a) and b) and c) (e. g . through I nternet by m eans of an interface and a
portable telephone) .
1 1 .1 02.2 Performance requirements
The reset from lock-out function is a class B control function according H . 27. 1 . 2. 2.

A reset action from lock-out shall be a manual action . An autom atic reset (e. g . resets
generated by autom atic devices, like timers , etc. ) shall not be possible unless it is accepted by
specific application standards.

The reset device shall be capable of resetting the system in a proper way. U nintended or
spontaneous resets from lockout shall not occur.

Whenever the reset function is perform ed by a m obile device, at least two manual actions are
requ ired to activate a reset .

Any fault within the reset function shall not cause the appliance to operate ou tside the
applicable requirem ents. I t shall be detected before the next start-up or shall not prevent the
appliance from going to shu t-down or lock-out .

For reset functions where the manual action is initiated without being within the visible sight of
the appliance, the following additional requirem ents apply:
– actual status and relevant inform ation of the process under control shall be visible to the
user before, during and after the reset action;
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– m axim um nu m ber of resets shall be lim ited. Where it is not specified in the specific
application standard, the num ber of resets shall be lim ited to five actions within a tim e span
of 1 5 m in or less. Following this, any further resets shall be denied unless the appliance is
checked.
I f the reset is activated by m anual switching a thermostat or device with a sim ilar function, this
shall be declared by the m anufacturer for approval with the final appliance.

1 2 Moisture and dust resistance


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

1 3 Electric strength and insulation resistance


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 3.1 Insulation resistance


Not applicable.

1 3.2 Electric strength


Additional subclauses:
1 3.2.1 01 The electric strength of the high-voltage side of an electronic high-voltage ignition
source is not checked by the test of 1 3. 2 to 1 3. 2. 4 inclusive, but by the tests of 1 3. 2. 1 02 to
1 3. 2. 1 03, which are conducted
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NOTE For el ectron i c h i g h -vol tag e ignition sources whi ch are bu i l t i n to the pri n ted ci rcu i t board, addi ti onal detai l s
of th e test m eth ods can be ag reed between th e m an u factu rer and the test hou se.

1 3.2.1 02 The input supply term inals of the electronic high-voltage ignition source are to be
connected to a variable voltag e supply at rated input m ains frequency. The output voltage is
m easured at 1 , 0 VR and 1 , 1 VR with the spark gap as declared in requirem ent 1 26 of Table 1
(7. 2 of the previous edition) . Then the electronic high-voltage ignition source is subj ected to
the following tests:
a) all connections to the output term inals are rem oved. I nitially, a voltage not exceeding the
rated voltage is applied. Then the input voltage is gradually increased until 1 50 % of ou tput
voltage m easured in 1 3. 2. 1 02 (at 1 , 0 VR ) is achieved. The outpu t voltage is m aintained at
that value for 1 m in; or
b) with the input voltage at 1 , 1 VR , the electrode gap is increased from that declared in
requirem ent 1 26 of Table 1 (7. 2 of the previous edition) until either 1 50 % of the ou tput
voltage m easured in 1 3. 2. 1 02 (at 1 , 0 VR ) is achieved or until the output voltage no longer
increases, whichever occu rs first. This outpu t voltage is m aintained for 1 m in; or
c) if test m ethods a) and b) cannot be applied, a test m ethod shall be ag reed between
m anufacturer and test authority in order to achieve 1 50 % of the outpu t voltage m easured in
1 3. 2. 1 02 at 1 , 0 VR or the highest possible output voltage for the device. This output voltag e
is m aintained for 1 m in.
1 3.2.1 03 Compliance is determined by measuring the output voltage with 1,1 VR applied to
the input terminal and with the spark gap restored to that declared in requirement 126 of
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), if applicable. The measured output voltage shall be within
± 10 % of the value measured in 13.2.102 at 1,1 VR.

For 13.2.102 a), b) and c), flashovers which occur at an air gap provided to protect the circuitry
are ignored. Glow discharges at the output terminal are neglected.
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1 4 Heating

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 4.3 Not applicable.

1 4.4.2 N ot applicable.

1 4.4.3.1 to 1 4.4.3.3 N ot applicable.

1 4.4.3.4Modification:
Replace "other automatic controls ," by "systems ".
1 4.4.4 Not applicable.

1 4.5.1 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
1 4.6 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
1 4.6.2 Not applicable.

1 4.7 Modification:
Replace "switch head" by "system ".
Modification to Table 13 (14.1 of the previous edition):
The section entitled "Accessible surfaces of handles, knobs, grips and the like used for
carrying and transporting the control" is not applicable.

1 5 Manufacturing deviation and drift

This clause of Part 1 is replaced by the following:

1 5.1 System s shall have adequate consistency of m anufacture with reg ard to their declared
operating times , operating sequences , flame detector operating characteristics , HTO
detector operating characteristics and proved igniter operating value .

1 5.2 Compliance is checked by the tests of 15.5, 15.6 ad 15.7.


1 5.3 The appropriate operating time , operating sequence , flame detector operating
characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics and proved igniter operating
value shall be recorded for the sam ple.

1 5.4 Three tests shall be condu cted for each operating time , each operating sequence ,
flame detector operating characteristics , HTO detector operating characteristics and
each proved igniter operating value declared.
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1 5.5 Operating times
Each of the following operating times which are declared applicable in Table 1 (7. 2 of the
previous edition) shall be m easured at a voltag e of 0, 85 VR a. c. or 0, 80 VR for d. c. and at a
tem peratu re of Tm i n .

Measu rem ents shall also be taken at a voltage of 1 , 1 VR and a tem perature of Tmax .

N one of the tim es recorded shall exceed the m anu facturer's declared m axim um tim es nor be
less than the m anu facturer's declared m inim um tim es, whichever is applicable.
a) flame detector response time ;
b) flame detector self-checking rate ;
c) flame failure lock-out time or flame failure response time ;
d) flame failure re-ignition time (relight time) ;
e) ignition time ;
f) main flame establishing period ;
g) pilot flame establishing period;
h) post-ignition time ;
i) pre-ignition time ;
j) Void;
k) post-purge time ;
l) pre-purge time ;
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o) waiting time ;
p) valve opening period;
q) valve sequence period ;
r) igniter proving time ;
s) igniter failure response time
t) HTO detector response time .
NOTE For test pu rposes, th e fl ame detector operati ng characteri sti cs ( S 1 an d/or S 2 and/or S m ax ) can be
arti fi ci al l y si m u l ated.

1 5.5.4 N ot applicable.

1 5.6 Operating sequence


The operating sequence shall be tested at a voltag e of 0, 85 VR a. c. or 0, 80 VR for d. c. and at
a tem perature of Tm i n . A test shall also be condu cted at a voltage of 1 , 1 VR and a tem peratu re
of Tmax .

The operating sequence shall be as declared.

NOTE For test pu rposes, th e fl ame detector operati ng characteri sti cs ( S 1 an d/or S 2 and/or S m ax ) can be
arti fi ci al l y si m u l ated.
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1 5.7 Flame detector operating characteristics, HTO detector operating characteristics
and proved igniter operating value
The operating characteristics of flame detectors , HTO detector and proved igniter
operating value shall be m easured under the following conditions:
a) at VR and (20 ± 5) °C;
b) at 0, 85 VR and 0 °C or Tm i n , whichever is lower, and
c) at 1 , 1 VR and 60 °C or Tmax , whichever is higher.
The m easu red values shall be as declared in Table 1 requirem ents 1 23, 1 24, 1 25, 1 32 and 1 39
as applicable.

The details of the m easu ring equipm ent shall be arranged between the m anu facturer and the
test house.

I f a lam p is used for response to the visible range of lig ht, it shall have a colou r tem perature of
2 856 K.

NOTE The precedi n g parag raph i s n ot appl i cabl e i n the U SA an d Canada.

1 6 Environmental stress

This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:

1 6.2.4 Replacement:

In addition, the appropriate tests of Clause 15 shall be repeated, only at room temperature,
after each of the above tests. The values in these tests shall not differ from the values declared
in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition).

1 7 Endurance

This clause of Part 1 is applicable, except as follows:

1 7.1 General requirements


Replacement:

1 7.1 .1 Systems including those subm itted in or with an appliance shall withstand, without
excessive wear or other harm fu l effect, the m echanical, electrical and therm al stresses that
occur in normal use .

1 7.1 .2 Compliance is checked by the tests indicated in 17.1.3.

1 7.1 .3 Test sequence and conditions


In general, the sequence of tests is:
– for electronic systems , the thermal cycling test specified in 17.16.101;
– endurance test of automatic and manual action at normal operating rate specified in
17.16.102;
– vibration test of 17.16.103, if declared;
– endurance test of automatic action at accelerated rate specified in 17.16.104.
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NOTE For test con di ti ons, see 1 7. 2 an d th e rel evan t tests of 1 7. 1 6.

The number of operations performed during 17.16.101, 17.16.102 and 17.16.104 is recorded.
When the actual number of automatic cycles completed is equal to the number declared in
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition) requirement 27, this test sequence is concluded and the
following sequence is performed:
– lock-out reset test of 17.16.105;
– endurance test of 17.16.106.1, if applicable;
– electrical strength requirements specified in 17.16.107;
– evaluation of compliance specified in 17.16.108.
Whenever possible the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.105 may be combined.

1 7.3 (except 1 7. 3. 1 ) to 1 7.1 5 Not applicable.

1 7.1 6 Tests for particular purpose systems


Additional subclauses:

1 7.1 6.1 01 Thermal cycling test for electronic systems


The purpose of the test is to cycle components of an electronic circuit between the extremes of
temperature likely to occur during normal use and which may result from ambient temperature
variation, mounting surface temperature variation, supply voltage variation or the change from
an operating condition to a non-operating condition and vice versa.

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a) Duration of test: 14 days
b) Electrical conditions
The system is loaded according to the ratings declared by the manufacturer, the voltage
then being increased to 1,1 VR except that for 30 min during each 24 h period of the test
the voltage is reduced to 0,9 VR . The change of voltage shall not be synchronized with the
change of temperature. Each 24 h period shall also include at least one period in the order
of 30 s during which the supply voltage is switched off.
c) Thermal conditions
The ambient temperature and/or the mounting surface temperature are varied between
Tmax and Tm i n to cause the temperature of the components of the electronic circuit to be
cycled between their resulting extremes. The rate of ambient and/or mounting surface
temperature change shall be in the order of 1 °C/min and the extremes of temperature
maintained for approximately 1 h. Care shall be taken to avoid the occurrence of
condensation during this test.
d) Rate of operation
During the test, the system shall be cycled through its operational modes at the fastest rate
possible up to a maximum of six cycles/min subject to the need to cycle components of the
electronic circuit between their temperature extremes.
1 7.1 6.1 02 Endurance test of automatic and manual action at normal operating rate
1 7.1 6.1 02.1 Test sequence and conditions
The test is carried out with the terminals loaded with the maximum current and the minimum
power factor declared by the manufacturer.

The system and its flame detector and/or HTO detector are tested under the following
conditions:
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a) 45 000 operations at VR and (20 ± 5) °C;
N OTE I n the U SA an d Canada, i f th e system i s el ectro-m ech an i cal , th i s test i s perform ed at Tmax .
b) 2 500 operations at Tmax and 1,1 VR or 1,1 times the upper limit of the rated voltage range;
c) 2 500 operations at Tm i n and 0,85 VR or 0,85 times the lower limit of the rated voltage
range for a.c. and 0,80 VR or 0,80 times the lower limit of the rated voltage range for d.c.
The HTO function, if applicable shall be included in the sequence.

1 7.1 6.1 03 Vibration test


Systems declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 122 are subjected to the
vibration test of IEC 60068-2-6 as follows:
Cycling rate: as declared
Loaded at: 1,1 VR
Frequency range: 10 Hz to 150 Hz
Acceleration amplitude: 1 g or higher if declared by the manufacturer
Sweep rate: 1 octave/min
No. of sweep cycles: 10
No. of axes: 3, mutually perpendicular
1 7.1 6.1 04 Endurance test of automatic action at accelerated rate
This test shall be conducted at VR , IR and Tmax .

The following means may be used to accelerate the test time of the systems :
– substitution of the components of the electronic circuit previously found acceptable under
the abnormal operation test of Clause H.27;
– modification of control circuits to eliminate the portions of control programming that do not
affect the operating time of the system or system component being tested;
– applying additional heating or external cooling to the thermal timers in the manner that
does not alter the normal operating characteristics of the timer other than its timing.
NOTE The el ectrom echani cal com pon en ts can be tested separatel y u nder th e operati ng con di ti on s to whi ch they
are su bj ected wh en i n corporated i nto th e system ci rcu i t, i n cl u di n g th e el ectri cal l oadi n g of the con tacts.

An additional sample may be required for this test.

1 7.1 6.1 05 Lock-out reset test


The system is also tested under the following lock-out conditions, mounted as declared in
Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31:
– the first half of the declared cycles (see requirement 26 and note 101 to Table 1 (7.2 of the
previous edition)), without flame presence;
– the second half of the declared cycles, the flame disappearing during operation .
During the tests described above, the system is operated in such a way that the normal start-
up sequence is performed.

The repetitions of the sequence shall be com patible with the m ethod of operation of the
system and shall be dependent on the cycling rate, if any, declared by the m anufacturer.
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1 7.1 6.1 06 Components of systems which are declared for operation in an ambient
temperature above 1 25 °C
1 7.1 6.1 06.1 Endurance test
For system components which are declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition)
requirement 22, for operation in an ambient temperature above 125 °C, but not subjected to
this temperature during the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.104, the system components are
mounted as declared in Table 1 (7.2 of the previous edition), requirement 31. The system
components are placed in a test chamber and cycled for the declared number of cycles.
During the "ON" cycle, the temperature of the system components is raised to within + 5 % of
the maximum operating temperature declared by the manufacturer.
During the "OFF" cycle, the test chamber heat source is interrupted and the system
components cooled naturally or by passing room temperature air over the components as
specified by the manufacturer, until the temperature is reduced to 125 °C or less as necessary
to permit the system to complete the current cycle.
1 7.1 6.1 07 Electric strength requirements
After all the tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.107 inclusive, the requirements of 13.2 shall apply, with
the exception that the samples are not subjected to the humidity treatment before the applica-
tion of the test voltage.
1 7.1 6.1 08 Evaluation of compliance
After completion of all applicable tests of 17.16.101 to 17.16.107 inclusive, the sample shall be
retested according
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operating value shall be as declared in Table 1.
For systems providing electronic disconnection (Type 1.Y or 2.Y), the requirements of
H.11.4.16 are still met.

1 8 Mechanical strength

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

1 8.2 Impact resistance


1 8.2.4.1 N ot applicable.

1 8.5 to 1 8.8 Not applicable.

1 9 Threaded parts and connections

This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

20 Creepage distances, clearances and distances through solid insulation

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:
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For the high-voltag e side of electronic high-voltage ignition sources , the requirem ents of
Clau se 20 are not applicable.

21 Resistance to heat, fire and tracking


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

22 Resistance to corrosion
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

23 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Emission


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

24 Components
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

25 Normal operation
This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity


See Annex H .

27 Abnormal operation
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

27.3 Over-voltage and under-voltage test


Not applicable.

28 Guidance on the use of electronic disconnection


This clause of Part 1 is applicable.

Figures
The figures of Part 1 are applicable

Annexes
The annexes of Part 1 are applicable except as follows:
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Annex H
(normative)

Requirements for electronic controls

H.6 Classification
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.6.1 8.2
Addition:

The reset from lock-out function as specified in 1 1 . 1 02 is a class B control function .


H.6.1 8.3
Addition:

Burner control systems as specified in 1 1 . 3. 1 01 to 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3 inclusive are class C control


functions .

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Table H.1 (7. 2 of the previous edition)

Modification:

I nformati on Cl ause or M eth od


subcl au se
52 N ot appl i cabl e
58a N ot appl i cabl e
58b N ot appl i cabl e
60 N ot appl i cabl e
Modify the existing requirement:
71 N ot appl i cabl e
Add the following additional requirement:
119 Defi n ed state ”ou t of operati on” H . 26. 8. 2 X
Add the following additional requirement :
1 21 Th e effect on sol i d-state ou tpu ts for m otors, H . 26. 2 X
transform ers, val ves, etc. as a resu l t of the tests
of Cl au se H . 26
Add the following additional requirement:
1 36 Software fau l t/error detecti on ti m e(s) for control s of H . 27. 1 . 2. 3 X
software cl ass C 1 2 ) , 1 0 4)

N OTES:

Additional notes:
1 0 4)
Th e fau l t/error detecti on ti m e i s th e peri od between th e execu ti on (after the fau l t has
occu rred) , of the rel evan t software seg m en t, ei th er for fu ncti on or for checki ng pu rposes
an d th e com pl eti on of th e decl ared control response.

H.1 7 Endurance

This clause of Part 1 is not applicable.

See 1 7. 1 6. 1 01 .

H.26 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements – Immunity

This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.26.1 Modification:

The third paragraph is not applicable.

H.26.2 Replacement:

Compliance is checked according to the criteria described in each of the Subclauses H.26.4 to
H.26.12 inclusive.

H.26.4 Harmonics and interharmonics including mains signalling at a.c. power port,
low frequency immunity tests
Addition:
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The test shall be performed
a) during stand-by time;
b) during start-up period;
d) in the running position ;
e) in the lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate harmonics and interharmonics including mains signalling at a.c.
power port, so that, when tested in accordance with H.26.4, either it shall continue to function
in accordance with the requirements of this document or it may proceed to safety shut-down ,
which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed to a
system restart.

NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

H.26.5 Voltag e dips, voltage interruptions and voltage variations in the power supply
network
H.26.5.1 .2 Test procedure for voltage dips and interruptions
Addition:
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Between the voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations, a waiting time of at least
10 s shall be observed.
The system shall tolerate voltage dips and short interruptions in the electricity supply in
accordance with the requirements of Table H.14.
Compliance shall be as follows:
1) Duration of half and one cycle of the supply waveform: it shall continue to function in
accordance with the requirements of this document. It shall neither proceed to safety shut-
down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from lock-out;
2) Duration of 2,5, 25 and 50 cycles: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed to a
system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

When the power supply is restored, the system restart shall comply with the requirements for
a start-up sequence.
Requirement 2) can be ignored, provided that the power failure is less than 60 s and occurs
within 60 s after call for heat. On restoration of the power, the programme may be continued
from the point at which it was interrupted.
A shortened start-up sequence, for example, a start-up sequence without pre-purge or waiting
time , is allowed, provided that the power failure occurs within 60 s after the end of the start-up
sequence and is shorter than 60 s.
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H.26.5.2 Voltage variation test
H.26.5.2.1 Test levels for voltag e variations
The dur ation and test values in Table H.101 shall be applied.
H.26.5.2.2 Test procedure
Replacement:
The control shall operate according to the functional specification (see 1 1 . 3. 1 05) at least within
the voltage tolerance band of the rated voltage +− 11 50 %, and below – 1 5 % of the rated voltag e
the control shall stay safe.

The test apparatu s and procedures shall be as described in I EC 61 000-4-1 1 . The du ration of
the voltage changes and the tim e for which the reduced voltages are to be m aintained are
given in Table H . 1 01 and illu strated in Figure H . 1 01 . The rate of change of voltage shall be
constant; however, the voltage is allowed to be stepped. The steps shall be positi oned at zero
crossing and shall be not larger than 1 0 % of VR . Steps under 1 % of VR are evaluated as
constant rate of change of voltag e.

The control, in the running position , is supplied at rated voltage, or at the lowest rated voltage
of a rated voltag e range. After approxim ately 1 m in, the power supply voltage is reduced to a
level such that the control ceases to respond to safety related inputs and/or drive safety related
outputs (e. g. flame sig nal , fuel valve) .

This value of the supply voltag e is recorded.

Table H.1 01 – Timing of short-term supply voltage variations


Vol tag e test l evel Ti m e for decreasi ng Ti me at reduced vol tag e Ti m e for i ncreasi ng
vol tag e vol tag e
Recorded val u e – 1 0 % 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %
0V 60 s ± 20 % 1 0 s ± 20 % 60 s ± 20 %

I n the voltage rang e of operation , from rated voltage to 1 , 05 tim es of the recorded value, the
control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 a) . I n the voltage range of operation , between 85 % of the
rated voltag e and 1 , 05 tim es of the recorded valu e, the control shall conform to 1 1 . 3. 1 05 b) .

For test purposes, precautions shall be taken to ensu re that signals, e. g. from sensors or
switches that can initiate a safety action and the presence of which norm ally m ay be
independent of the supply voltage, are present at any level of the supply voltage. The sig nal
m ay be sim ulated to prevent the control de-energ izing the safety relevant output(s) as a result
of disappearance of such input signals.
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Rated voltage Rated voltage –1 5 %

Recorded Recorded value –1 0 %


value

IEC
Figure H.1 01 – Voltage variation test

Each of the above tests is repeated three tim es in each of the following operating m odes:
a) du ring pre-purge
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b) du ring start-up lock-out time ( s ) ;
c) in the running position ;
d) in the lock-out position.
Between the voltage dips, short interruptions and voltag e variations, a waiting time of at least
1 0 s shall be observed.

After the tests, the system :


1 ) shall continue to function in accordance with the requirem ents of this standard. I t shall
neither proceed to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor shall it reset from lock-out , or
2) shall either perform as in 1 ) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down followed by a system
restart or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE N on-vol ati l e l ock-ou t excl u des th e u se of system restart.

H.26.6 Test of influence of voltag e unbalance


N ot applicable.

H.26.8 Surge immunity test


H.26.8.3 Test procedure
Replacement of the second paragraph:
The test shall be carried out by subjecting the system to five pulses and with the voltage and
current values listed in Table H.14 at intervals of not less than 60 s.
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The five pulses of each polarity (+, –) and each phase angle as described in IEC 61000-4-5 are
delivered in the following operating modes:
a) 2 pulses with the system in the lock-out position;
b) 1 pulse with the system in the running position ;
c) 2 pulses randomly applied during the start-up sequence.
The system shall tolerate voltage su rges on the m ains supply and relevant signal term inals, so
that, when tested in accordance with H . 26. 8. 3,
1 ) for the values of Table H . 1 6 installation class 2, it shall continu e to function in accordance
with the requ irem ents of this standard. I t shall neither proceed to safety shut-down or
lock-out nor shall it reset from lock-out ;
2) for the valu es of Table H . 1 6 installation class 3 for all listed tests, either it shall perform as
in 1 ) or it m ay proceed to safety shut-down , which m ay be followed by a system restart
or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay proceed to a system restart .
NOTE Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .
3) for the values of Table H . 1 6 installation class 4 with line to earth on power supply only,
either it shall perform as in 1 ) or 2) or it shall go into the defined state “out of operation ” as
declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requ irem ent 1 1 9.
For com pliance criteria 1 ) and 2) , after the tests of H . 26. 8. 3, the su rge protective com ponents
shall not be destroyed.

H.26.9 Electrical fast transient/burst test


H.26.9.3 Test procedure
Modification:

Replace the 2nd paragraph of Part 1 by the following:

The test shall be performed for 20 cycles with the system having reached the running
position , remaining in the running position for a minimum of 30 s within each cycle. The test
shall also be performed for a minimum of 2 min with the system in the lock-out position and
with the system in the stand-by position.

The system shall tolerate electrical fast transient bursts on the mains supply and signal lines,
so that, when tested in accordance with H.26.9.2,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.17: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this document. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, not
shall it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.17: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart;
NOTE N on-vol ati l e l ock-ou t excl u des th e u se of system restart.
c) for test level 4 of Table H.17, either it shall perform as in a) or b) or it shall be set out of
operation into a defined state as declared by the manufacturer in accordance with
Table 1, requirement 119.
H.26.1 0 Ring wave test
H.26.1 0.4 Test levels
Replacement:
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Burner control systems are to be tested at two of the severity levels of the peak values of
open-circuit voltage and short-circu it current of the surges, in accordance with
Table H . 1 8.

Table H.1 03 – Peak voltages


M axi m um Severi ty ab
rated i nput
vol tag e Severi ty l evel I Severi ty l evel I I Severi ty l evel I II
V kV R1 kV R1 kV R1
1 00 0, 5 25 0, 8 25 1 ,5 2, 5
300 1 ,0 25 1 ,6 25 2, 5 2, 5
600 2, 0 25 3, 0 25 5, 0 2, 5
a kV open-ci rcu i t – See Fi g u re H . 4 for R1
b See An nex L for categ ori es.

H.26.1 0.5 Test procedure


Additional subclauses:

H.26.1 0.5.1 01 Systems other than those operating at SELV are tested according to severity
level I I and severity level I I I respectively.

H.26.1 0.5.1 02 SELV systems are tested according to severity level I and severity level I I
respectively.
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H.26.1 0.5.1 03 Each control is to be su bjected to five im pulses of each polarity, positive and
negative ( + , - ) and with phase relationships of at least 0 o , 90 o , 1 80 o , and 270 o , applied in turn
between the power supply term inals of the control and between each of the load term inals, at
intervals not less than 60 s.

H.26.1 0.5.1 04 For these tests, the control is to be energized at rated voltage. Approxim ately
half of the tests are to be conducted with the control in the lock-out condition and the other
half du ring other operating sequences which are considered to be m ost likely affected by the
voltage or current su rges.

H.26.1 0.5.1 05 After each of the severity level I tests for SELV systems and severity level I I
for systems other than SELV , the controls shall operate in accordance with item a) of
H . 26. 1 0. 5. 1 01 . 6. After each of the severity level I I tests for SELV systems and severity level I I I
tests for systems other than SELV , the controls shall operate in accordance with any one of
the criteria specified in H . 26. 1 0. 5. 1 06.

H.26.1 0.5.1 06 After each test, the control shall operate in accordance with either of the
following :
a) The control continues to operate in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ing s.
b) The control operates to de-energ ize the fuel flow m eans or both the fuel flow m eans and
the ignition source .
c) The control com pletes the current operating cycle with either the fu el flow m eans or both
the fuel flow m eans and the ignition source de-energized and fails to start the subsequ ent
cycle.
d) The control com pletes the cu rrent cycle with either the fu el flow m eans or both the fuel flow
m eans and the ignition source de-energized and initiates a new start-up procedu re and
thereafter operates in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ing s.
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e) For the disturbances applied during the norm al running condition with the flam e being
proved, the control m ay initiate a re-ignition procedure, if designed to do so, and thereafter
operates in its norm al operating sequence and declared tim ings.
f) The control g oes into safety shut-down condition.
H.26.1 1 Electrostatic discharge test
Additional subclauses:
H.26.1 1 .1 01 Test conditions
Table H.1 03 – Test levels for electrostatic discharge
Assessment criteria Severity level Contact discharge Air discharge
a) 2 4 kV 4 kV
b) 4 8 kV 1 5 kV

The system has to be tested in each of the following conditions:

• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate electrostatic discharges so that, when tested,
a) for assessment criteria a): it shall continue to function in accordance with the requirements
of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall it reset from
lock-out;
b) for assessment criteria b): either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety shut-
down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may proceed
to a system restart.
NOTE 1 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .
NOTE 2 I n Can ada an d th e U SA, accessi bl e parts can i ncl u de parts wh i ch can be contacted du ri n g i n stal l ati on
and servi ce.

H.26.1 2 Radio-frequency electromagnetic field immunity


H.26.1 2.2.1 Test levels for conducted disturbances
The tests on interface cables are not carried out if the manufacturer explicitly specifies that the
length of that cable shall not exceed 1 m.
H.26.1 2.2.2 Test procedure
Addition:
The system shall be swept through the complete frequency range at least once with the
system in each of the following operating modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
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The system is subjected to two sweeps of the frequency range from minimum to maximum at
the indicated severity level. One sweep is performed with the system in the lock-out condition.
The other sweep is performed during the remainder of the operating sequence .
The system shall tolerate conducted electromagnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.19: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall
it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.19: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

H.26.1 2.3 Immunity to radiated disturbances


H.26.1 2.3.2 Test procedure
Addition:
The system has to be swept through the complete frequency range at least once with the
system in each of the following operating modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
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The system shall tolerate radiated electromagnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.20 and Table H.21: it shall continue to function in accordance
with the requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out,
nor shall it reset from lock-out;
b) for test level 3 of Table H.20 and Table H.21: either it shall perform as in a) or it may
proceed to safety shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile
lock-out , it may proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-vol ati l e l ock-out excl u des the u se of system restart .

H.26.1 3 Test of influence of supply frequency variations


H.26.1 3.3 Test procedure
Addition:
The test shall be performed at least once with the system in each of the following operating
modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate supply frequency variations such that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H . 22: it shall continu e to function in accordance with the
requ irem ents of this docum ent. I t shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out , nor
shall it reset from lock-out . Variation in program m e tim ings shall not exceed the
percentage of applied frequ ency variations;
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b) for test level 3 of Table H . 22: either it shall perform as in a) or it m ay proceed to safety
shut-down which m ay be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out , it m ay
proceed to a system restart .
NOTE 1 01 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
H.26.1 4 Power frequency magnetic field immunity test
H.26.1 4.3 Test procedure
Addition:
The test shall be done at least once with the system in each of the following operating modes:
• start position ;
• running position ;
• lock-out position.
The system shall tolerate power frequency magnetic fields so that, when tested,
a) for test level 2 of Table H.23: it shall continue to function in accordance with the
requirements of this standard. It shall neither go to safety shut-down or lock-out, nor shall
it reset from lock-out.
b) for test level 3 of Table H.23: either it shall perform as in a) or it may proceed to safety
shut-down which may be followed by a system restart or, if in volatile lock-out, it may
proceed to a system restart.
NOTE 1 01 Non-volatile lock-out excl u des th e u se of system restart .
H.26.1 5 Evaluation of compliance
This subclause of Part 1 is not applicable.

H.27 Abnormal operation


This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

H.27.1 .1 .3
The third paragraph of a) is not applicable.
Add the following new item:
h) For proved igniter systems , the proved igniter operating value shall not exceed or
be less than, as applicable, the values declared by the m anufacturer (Table 1 (7. 2 of
the previous edition) , requirem ent 1 32) .
H.27.1 .1 .5 Electronic circuit fault conditions
Table H.24 (Table H . 27. 1 of the previou s edition) – Electrical/electronic component fault
modes table
Modification:
Add to the end of footnote i in Table H.24 the following:
The n om i nal cycl es are 250 000.
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I n Can ada an d i n th e U SA, th e nom i n al cycl e i s 1 00 000.

Replace note 1 2 as follows:


m)
For th e assessm ent accordi ng H . 27. 1 . 1 . 3, th e sh ort-ci rcu i t failure m ode i s excl u ded i f th e requ i rem en ts of
Cl au se 20 are m et. For the assessm en t accordi ng H . 27. 1 . 2, th e sh ort-ci rcu i t failure m ode i s excl u ded i f the
requ i rem en ts of Cl au se 20 for overvoltage category I I I are m et.

Modification:
Replace in the third bulleted item in footnote i,:“a m inim um of 1 00 000 cycles” by “250 000
nom inal cycles (1 00 000 nom inal cycles in Canada, J apan and in the U SA) ”.

Add, after the fourth bulleted item in footnote i, the following:


or
• the switching sequence of the relay contact configuration is integral to the part of the class
C control function ,
and
• the contact function is switching under norm al operation without load (no current flowing
during m ake and current flowing during break shall be lower or equ al 5 % of rated contact
current) ,
and
• the contact function is disconnecting the load under abnorm al operation of the burner
control system to reach safety shut-down ,
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• the relay com plies with Clause 1 7 at 1 000 000 cycles (load only at break) without resu lting
in short-circuit failure however applying 5 % of rated contact current,
and
• thecontrol com plies with the requirem ents of 1 1 . 3. 5. 2. 1 (m easures to prevent common
cause errors ) .
H.27.1 .2 Protection against internal faults to ensure functional safety
H.27.1 .2.2 Class B control function
This subclause of Part 1 is applicable for the reset from lock-out control function.

H.27.1 .2.3 Class C control function


The modification applies to the French text only.
H.27.1 .2.3.1 Design and construction requirements
Replacement of the last paragraph by the following:
The circuitry and the construction of the system shall be such that they m eet the requirem ents
of 1 1 . 3. 1 01 to 1 1 . 3. 1 1 3 inclusive, 1 1 . 4. 1 01 to 1 1 . 4. 1 07 and 1 1 . 1 01 and shall be appraised
according to the requ irem ents to H . 27. 1 . 2. 3. 2, H . 27. 1 . 2. 3. 3 and H . 27. 1 . 2. 4 and under the test
conditions and criteria of H . 27. 1 . 2. 5.

H.27.1 .2.3.2 First fault


Replacement:
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Any fault (see Table H . 21 ) in any one electronic com ponent or any one fault together with any
other fault arising from the first fault shall result in either
a) the system proceeding to safety shut-down within the fault /error detection tim e as
declared by the m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requirem ent 1 36 (term inals for
fuel flow m eans are de-energ ized) and it rem ains in this condition as long as the fault
appears; or
b) the system proceeding to lock-out within the fault /error detection tim e as declared by the
m anufacturer in accordance with Table 1 , requirem ent 1 36 provided that the subsequent
reset from lock-out under the sam e fault condition results in lock-out ; or
c) the system continuing to operate, the fault being identified du ring the next start-up
sequence, the result being a) or b) ; or
d) the system rem aining operational in accordance with Clause 1 5.
For au tom atic burner control systems design for non-perm anent operation , c) is applicable
whereas c) is not applicable for autom atic burner control systems designed for perm anent
operation .

H.27.1 .2.3.3 Second fault


Replacement of the third paragraph by the following:

For autom atic burner control systems design for non-perm anent operation the second fault
shall be considered according to option a) whereas option b) is applicable for autom atic burner
control systems designed for perm anent operation .

H.27.1 .2.4.2 Second faults introduced during lock-out or safety shut-down


Addition:
Du ring assessm ent, the first fault shall not be considered to occu r within 24 h after lock-out or
safety shut-down is reached without an internal fault .

NOTE 1 01 Whi l e condu cti n g thi s test, the faul t can be appl i ed at an y ti m e du ri n g th e l ock-out or safety shut-
down con di ti on. I t i s n ot necessary to wai t 24 h before appl yi ng th e faul t . I f the faul t was appl i ed before 24 h an d
u nacceptabl e resu l ts were obtai n ed, th e faul t can be appl i ed 24 h after reach i ng l ock-out or safety sh ut-down .

The “safe situation” as m entioned in H . 27. 1 . 2. 4. 1 is defined:


– as valve term inals rem aining de-energized;
– as valve term inals are energ ized not longer than the safety tim e.
NOTE 1 02 For i n dependen t fl ame detector or HTO detector devi ces, th e de-en erg i zati on of the fl am e si g nal or
HTO si g nal ou tpu t resu l ti n g i n a “fl am e off” or “H TO off” si g n al i s equ i val en t to these defi n i ti on s.

H.27.1 .2.4.3 Second fault introduced during defined state


Addition:
While conducting this test, the second fault can be applied at any tim e during the lock-out or
safety shut-down condition. I t is not necessary to wait 24 h before applying the second fault .
I f the second fault was applied before 24 h and unacceptable resu lts were obtained, the initial
fault shall be applied and then wait 24 h before applying the second fault .
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Annex J
(normative)

Requirements for thermistor elements and controls using thermistors

J.1 Scope
This clause of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

J.1 .1 .1 Addition:

NOTE 1 01 A hot su rface i g n i ter i s not con si dered to be a th erm i stor.

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Annex AA
(informative)

Functional characteristics of burner control systems to be


specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable

Table AA.1 – Functional characteristics of burner control systems to be


specified by the relevant appliance standards, as applicable
Item Subclause Remarks
Multitry system 2. 2. 1 07 Al l owed or n ot
Automatic recycle 2. 3. 1 01 Al l owed or n ot
Flame detector response time 2. 3. 1 03 Maxi m u m ti m e
Self-checking flame detector 2. 3. 1 05 Requ i red or n ot
Flame detector self-checking rate 2. 3. 1 06 Mi n i m u m rate
Flame failure lock-out time 2. 3. 1 07 Maxi m u m ti m e
Flame failure response time 2. 3. 1 07 Maxi m u m ti m e
Flame failure re-ignition time 2. 3. 1 08 Maxi m u m ti m e
Ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 1 Maxi m u m ti m e
Non-volatile lock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2. 1 Requ i red or n ot
Volatile lock-out 2. 3. 1 1 2. 2 Al l owed or n ot
Main flame establishing period 2. 3. 1 1 3 Maxi m u m ti m e
Pilot flame establishing period 2. 3. 1 1 4 Maxi m u m ti m e
Post-ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 5 Maxi m u m ti m e
Pre-ignition time 2. 3. 1 1 6 Maxi m u m ti m e
Proved igniter 2. 3. 1 1 7 Requ i red or n ot
Purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Post-purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8. 1 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Pre-purge time 2. 3. 1 1 8. 2 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Re-ignition 2. 3. 1 1 9 Al l owed or n ot
Recycle time 2. 3. 1 20 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Start-up lock-out time 2. 3. 1 25 Maxi m u m ti m e
Waiting time 2. 3. 1 26 Mi n i m u m ti m e
Valve open period 2. 3. 1 27 Maxi m u m ti m e
Valve sequence period 2. 3. 1 28 Maxi m u m ti m e
Defined temperature limit for HTO 2. 3. 1 32 Mi n i m u m tem peratu re
HTO detector response time 2. 3. 1 34 Maxi m u m ti m e
System for permanent operation 2. 5. 1 01 Requ i red or n ot
System for non-permanent operation 2. 5. 1 02 Al l owed or n ot
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Annex BB
(informative)

Specific regional requirements in Japan

BB.1 General
For the purposes of this I nternational Standard, the specific reg ional requirem ents given as
follows are applicable in J apan.

BB. 1 . 1 . 1 01 Addition:
NOTE Th i s reg i on al Ann ex BB shows that J I S C 9730-2-5: 201 0 i s i denti cal to I EC 60730-2-5: 2000+AMD1 : 2004
based on I SO/I EC G u i de 21 -1 , 8. 2 Tabl e 1 , as Desi g nati on “i den ti cal ” a) and b) , Abbrevi ati on “I DT”.

BB.1 .5 Normative references


Subclause 1.5 is applicable with following modifications:

Reference in Subclause 1 .2 of Replaced by IDT/MOD


Part 1 and 1 .5 of this document
I EC 60384-1 6: 2005 J I S C 51 01 -1 6: 1 999 I DT
I EC 60730-1 Ed. 5. 0: 201 3 J I S C 9730-1 : 201 6 MOD
I EC 60068-2-6 J I S C 60068-2-6: 1 999 I DT
I EC 61 558-2-6, I EC 61 558-2-1 6 J I S C 61 558-2-6, I EC 61 558-2-1 6 MOD

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Annex H – Requirements for electronic controls


H.26.1 0 Ring wave immunity test
This subclause is not applicable in J apan.

Table BB.1 – Comparison between JIS and adopted international standard


JIS C 9730-2-5:201 0 IEC 60730-2-5:201 0+AMD1 :2004/Ed.3
(I) JIS (II) (III) International (IV) Evaluation between JIS (V) Reason and
International standard and International standard future changes
standard No.
Claus content Clause No. content Evaluation Different
e No. technical content
In clause
H . 26 EMC H . 26 Sam e as Modi fi ed Al i g n wi th J I S C To appl y cl au se
JIS 9730-1 cl au se N o. N o. of the n ewest
I EC docu m en ts.
Ann ex N ote 7) - Ann ex AA Sam e as Modi fi ed Excl u ded rel ays The I EC h as n o
AA N ote 7) JIS certi fi ed i n J apan ese
accordance wi th devi ati on .
Cl au se 1 7.
(For I EC 60730-
1 : 201 3, Tabl e H . 24
footn ote i ) , i t i s
revi sed, J apanese
practi ce i s the
sam e as Canada
and U SA. )
Total eval u ati on to i ssu e between J I S C 9730-2-5: 201 0 an d I EC 60730-2-5: 201 0+AMD1 : 2004: I DT
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Bibliography

Bibliog raphy of Part 1 is applicable except as follows:

Addition:

I EC 60947 (all parts) , Low-voltage switchgear and controlgear

I EC 60989:1 991 , Separating transformers, autotransformers, variable transformers and


reactors

I EC 62282-3-1 00, Fuel cell technologies – Part 3-100: Stationary fuel cell power systems –
Safety

I SO 1 3577 (all parts) , Industrial furnaces and associated processing equipment

J I S C 9730-2-5, Automatic electrical controls for household and similar use – Part 2-5:
Particular requirements for automatic electrical burner control systems

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