This part of IEC applies to manually operated general purpose functional switches, for alternating current AC only with a rated voltage not exceeding V with a rated current not exceeding 63 A, intended for household and similar fixed electrical installations, either indoors or outdoors. For switches provided with screwless terminals, the rated current is limited to 16 A. Switches covered by this document are, where applicable, intended for the control in normal use of all of the following loads: — a circuit for a tungsten filament lamp load; — a circuit for an externally ballasted lamp load for example LED, CFL, fluorescent lamp load ; — a circuit for a self ballasted lamp load for example LEDi or CFLi ; — a circuit for a substantially resistive load with a power factor not less than 0,95; — a single phase circuit for motor load with a rated current not exceeding 3 A at V VA and 4,5 A at V VA and a power factor not less than 0,6. This applies to both switches rated not less than 10 A that have not undergone additional tests and to momentary switches rated not less than 6 A that have not undergone additional tests.
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BS EN 60669-1+A2:2000-03-15
CSN EN 60669-1 ed. 2
BS EN 60669-1:1999+A2:2008