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AS/NZS 4763(Int):2006 Safety of portable inverters

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 4763(Int):2006
Amendment
AS/NZS 4763(Int):2006 A1 - incorporated, published 08/02/2009.
Valid from
19/10/2006

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Standard applies to single-phase or polyphase, air-cooled (natural or forced) portable inverters having a rated supply voltage not exceeding 60 V ripple-free d.c. and an alternating current (a.c.) output where the rated output does not exceed 3 kVA; the rated output voltage is within the range 50 500 V a.c; and the rated frequency of the output is within the range 40 100 Hz.

It is applicable to isolated inverters, equipotentially bonded inverters and RCD protected inverters for household and similar use, use on construction sites, or providing an independent supply to electrical installations in buildings, vehicles, caravans, boats and the like. Inverters may be fitted with terminals for the connection of d.c. supply, an external flexible cord fitted with battery clips, an automobile cigarette lighter plug or other d.c. plug.

Scope

This Interim Standard applies to single-phase or polyphase, air-cooled (natural or forced) portable inverters having a rated supply voltage not exceeding 60 V ripple-free d.c. and an alternating current (a.c.) output where:

  • the rated output does not exceed 3 kVA;
  • the rated output voltage is within the range 50 500 V a.c;
  • the rated frequency of the output is within the range 40 100 Hz.

This Interim Standard is applicable to inverters of the following types :

  • isolated inverters
  • equipotentialy bonded inverters
  • RCD protected inverters

These inverters are for

  • household and similar use,
  • use on construction sites, or
  • providing an independent supply to electrical installations in buildings, vehicles, caravans, boats and the like.

They may be fitted with terminals for the connection of d.c. supply or a external flexible cord fitted with battery clips or an automobile cigarette lighter plug or other d.c. plug.

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AS/NZS 4763(Int):2006 Safety of portable inverters

Description

This Standard applies to single-phase or polyphase, air-cooled (natural or forced) portable inverters having a rated supply voltage not exceeding 60 V ripple-free d.c. and an alternating current (a.c.) output where the rated output does not exceed 3 kVA; the rated output voltage is within the range 50 500 V a.c; and the rated frequency of the output is within the range 40 100 Hz.

It is applicable to isolated inverters, equipotentially bonded inverters and RCD protected inverters for household and similar use, use on construction sites, or providing an independent supply to electrical installations in buildings, vehicles, caravans, boats and the like. Inverters may be fitted with terminals for the connection of d.c. supply, an external flexible cord fitted with battery clips, an automobile cigarette lighter plug or other d.c. plug.

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AS/NZS 4763(Int):2006 Safety of portable inverters
Description

This Standard applies to single-phase or polyphase, air-cooled (natural or forced) portable inverters having a rated supply voltage not exceeding 60 V ripple-free d.c. and an alternating current (a.c.) output where the rated output does not exceed 3 kVA; the rated output voltage is within the range 50 500 V a.c; and the rated frequency of the output is within the range 40 100 Hz.

It is applicable to isolated inverters, equipotentially bonded inverters and RCD protected inverters for household and similar use, use on construction sites, or providing an independent supply to electrical installations in buildings, vehicles, caravans, boats and the like. Inverters may be fitted with terminals for the connection of d.c. supply, an external flexible cord fitted with battery clips, an automobile cigarette lighter plug or other d.c. plug.

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