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Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking. Products cannot leave your firm without it. This book provides essential and informative reading for company directors, engineers, designers and students designing, manufacturing or studying the design of electrical products covered by the Low Voltage Directive.

Unlike many textbooks that offer general guidance only this book provides illustrated examples of non-compliant products and suggests solutions. It also provides detailed guidance notes to EN60950 - one of the most widely used harmonised standards.

Gregg Kervill is an international consultant on European regulations and North American product safety standards. His clients include blue chip and Fortune 500 companies as well as Government agencies. Gregg Kervill advises his clients on self-declaration of the Low Voltage Directive.

A guide to LVD compliance for managers and engineers alike

Clear, concise guidance through a legislative minefield

Essential for companies all over Europe

Book News Annotation:

A guide to meeting the European Union's safety requirements for electrical products for managers, engineers, designers, and students heading for the manufacture or design of electrical devices. Also considers the affect of the General Safety Directive and Product Liability for products that fall outside the scope of the Directive, and provides details about the widely used harmonized standard, EN60950. Includes photographs and explanations of components and devices that do not meet the requirements without further protection. No bibliography. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Compliance with the Low voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking as products cannot be distributed without it. This guide is for company directors, engineers and designers working with the LVD, including EN60950 and with items rated between 50 and 1000v ac or 75 and 1500v dc.

Synopsis:

Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking. Products cannot leave your firm without it. This book provides essential and informative reading for company directors, engineers, designers and students designing, manufacturing or studying the design of electrical products covered by the Low Voltage Directive.

Unlike many textbooks that offer general guidance only this book provides illustrated examples of non-compliant products and suggests solutions. It also provides detailed guidance notes to EN60950 - one of the most widely used harmonised standards.

Gregg Kervill is an international consultant on European regulations and North American product safety standards. His clients include blue chip and Fortune 500 companies as well as Government agencies. Gregg Kervill advises his clients on self-declaration of the Low Voltage Directive.

A guide to LVD compliance for managers and engineers alike

Clear, concise guidance through a legislative minefield

Essential for companies all over Europe

About the Author

Gregg Kervill has more than twenty years of electronics R&D experience and has designed products for the high volume consumer, industrial process controls, mining, aerospace and defence markets. He trained in Product Safety whilst working for the Digital Equipment Corporation before founding GK Consultants Limited in Southampton, UK, in 1993. He is now based in Richmond, Virginia, USA where he continues to deliver Product Safety lectures, seminars and services worldwide through Eurolink Ltd and distance learning programmes via www.test4safety.com.Agency organisations that have consulted Gregg include the UK Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Brussels Director Generate Office (EC-DG3). Gregg is also listed as an LVD Consultant on the European Community PRAQ III FAST database.Gregg is a member of the IEEE and a member of the IEEE education committee.

G.K. Consultants Limited

Table of Contents

1 Introduction; 2 The Directives; 3 Briefing notes to key job functions; 4 Directives, standards and essential requirements; 5 A detailed guide to EN 60950; 6 Achieving compliance; 7 A simple guide to designs and reviews; 8 Simple guide to flammability requirements; 9 Creepage and clearance; 10 Summary; Plates; Index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780750637459
Author:
Kervill, Gregg
Author:
Kervill, Greg
Publisher:
Newnes
Location:
Oxford ;
Subject:
Engineering - Electrical & Electronic
Subject:
Electronics - General
Subject:
Quality Control
Subject:
Electric engineering
Subject:
Safety
Subject:
Product safety
Subject:
Voltage regulators
Subject:
Low voltage systems.
Subject:
Product scafety
Subject:
Electricity
Subject:
Electricity-General Electricity
Publication Date:
19980931
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
9.21 x 6.14 in

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"Synopsis" by , Compliance with the Low voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking as products cannot be distributed without it. This guide is for company directors, engineers and designers working with the LVD, including EN60950 and with items rated between 50 and 1000v ac or 75 and 1500v dc.
"Synopsis" by , Compliance with the Low Voltage Directive (LVD) is now essential for CE marking. Products cannot leave your firm without it. This book provides essential and informative reading for company directors, engineers, designers and students designing, manufacturing or studying the design of electrical products covered by the Low Voltage Directive.

Unlike many textbooks that offer general guidance only this book provides illustrated examples of non-compliant products and suggests solutions. It also provides detailed guidance notes to EN60950 - one of the most widely used harmonised standards.

Gregg Kervill is an international consultant on European regulations and North American product safety standards. His clients include blue chip and Fortune 500 companies as well as Government agencies. Gregg Kervill advises his clients on self-declaration of the Low Voltage Directive.

A guide to LVD compliance for managers and engineers alike

Clear, concise guidance through a legislative minefield

Essential for companies all over Europe

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