ISO 17575-1:2016

Electronic fee collection – Application interface definition for autonomous systems – Part 1: Charging

Published by: 2016-02-01 / 2016-02-01

ISO 17575-1:2016 defines the format and semantics of the data exchange between a Front End (OBE plus optional proxy) and corresponding Back Ends in autonomous toll schemes. It defines the data elements that are used to generate charge reports containing information about the road usage of a vehicle for certain time intervals, sent from the Front End to the Back End. It also defines the data that can be used to re-configure the ongoing process of gathering charge relevant information in the Front End. The scope is shown in Figure 1.

The constitution of the charge report is dependent on configuration data that are assumed to be present in the Front End. The assembly of charge reports can be configured for each individual toll scheme according to local needs. Charge reports generated in accordance with this part of ISO 17575 are consistent with the requirements derived from the architectural concept defined in ISO 17573:2010.

The definitions in ISO 17575-1:2016 comprise

– reporting data, i.e. data for transferring road usage data from Front End to Back End, including a response from the Back End towards the Front End,

– data for supporting security mechanisms,

– contract data, i.e. data for identifying contractually essential entities,

– road usage data, i.e. data for reporting the amount of road usage,

– account data for managing a payment account,

– versioning data, and

– compliance checking data, i.e. data imported from ISO 12813:2015, which are required in compliance checking communication.

Annex A contains the data type specifications using ASN.1 notation.

The protocol implementation conformity statements (PICS) proforma are provided in Annex B.

Annex C provides a graphical presentation of the structure of the data elements described in Clause 7.

Annex D provides information on how this part of ISO 17575 can be used in EETS environment and how the requirements that are specified in the EU-Decision 2009/750 are addressed by this standard.

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IEC 60794-3-70 Ed. 1.0 b:2016

Optical fibre cables – Part 3-70: Outdoor cables – Family specification for outdoor optical fibre cables for rapid/multiple deployment

Published by: 2016-01-28 / 2016-01-28 / 29 pages
IEC 60794-3-70:2016 is part of a family specification that covers outdoor optical fibre cables intended for rugged terrestrial rapid/multiple deployment. These cables, with enhanced mechanical, environmental and ingress performance may be used wherever a rapid or multiple deployment is relevant (e.g. mobile broadcast units, emergency rescue services, outdoor motion-robotics, etc.).

This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 60794-1-1:2015, IEC 60794-1-2:2013 and IEC 60794-3:2014. Keywords: outdoor optical fibre cables intended for rugged terrestrial rapid/multiple deployment

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ASME A120.1-2014

Safety Requirements for Powered Platforms and Traveling Ladders and Gantries for Building Maintenance

Published by: 2016-02-09 / 2016-02-09 / 38 pages
This Standard establishes safety requirements for
powered platforms (scaffolds) for buildings where window
cleaning and related services are accomplished by
means of suspended equipment at heights in excess of
35 ft (11 m) above a safe surface (e.g., grade, street, floor,
or roof level). Additionally, this Standard establishes
safety requirements for permanent traveling ladders and
gantries (TLG).

It pertains to either permanently installed or transportable
equipment meeting the requirements of this
Standard.

Powered platforms and TLGs may be used or operated
by one or more persons engaged in services such as
normal building maintenance. The equipment may also
be used for tasks such as caulking, metal polishing,
reglazing, or other building repairs.

This Standard does not apply to other suspended
powered platforms used for remedial renovations or
modifications to buildings. The safe use of these scaffolds
is included in ANSI A10.8-2001, Safety
Requirements for Scaffolding.

This Standard does not relate to any service performed
by persons supported by equipment covered by any of
the ANSI A92 standards.

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BS IEC 62396-1:2016

Process management for avionics. Atmospheric radiation effects. Accommodation of atmospheric radiation effects via single event effects within avionics electronic equipment

Published by: 2016-01-31 / 2016-01-31 / 108 pages

Cross References:
IEC TS 62239-1:2015
http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/joint.cgi/hraz/products/1842841
IEC 62396-3
http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/joint.cgi/hraz/products/1874253
IEC 62396-5
IEC TS 62396-6
IEC TS 62396-7
IEC TS 62396-8

All current amendments available at time of purchase are included with the purchase of this document.

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UL 2561

Standard for 1400 Degree Fahrenheit Factory-Built Chimneys

Published by: 2016-01-22 / 2016-01-22
11400 Degree Fahrenheit Factory-Built Chimneys
UL 2561

1 Scope

1.1 These requirements cover factory-built 1400 degree Fahrenheit chimneys intended for venting gas, liquid, and solid-fuel-fired appliances in which the maximum continuous flue-gas temperatures do not exceed 1400°F (760°C).

1.2 Factory-built chimneys are intended for installation in accordance with the Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents, and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances, NFPA 211, and in accordance with codes such as the International Mechanical Code, and the Uniform Mechanical Code.

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UL 464

Audible Signaling Devices for Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories

Published by: 2016-01-28 / 2016-01-28
Audible Signaling Devices for Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories
UL 464

1 Scope

1.1 This standard applies to electrically operated bells, sirens, horns, and similar audible signaling devices, rated at 300 V or less, for fire alarm and signaling systems and intended for indoor and/or outdoor installation:

  • a) In Canada, in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, Safety Standard for Electrical Installations; and with CAN/ULC-S524, Standard for Installation of Fire Alarm Systems. Refer to CAN/ULC-S541, Speakers for Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories, for requirements pertaining to speakers.
  • b) In the United States in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, and the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, NFPA 72.

1.2 This standard applies to audible signaling devices for use in ordinary (non-hazardous or non-corrosive) locations.

1.3 This standard also applies to protective covers and accessories used with audible signals.

1.4 This standard does not apply to door bells, buzzers and chimes used in household and similar applications and intended for operation on Class 2 signal circuits as defined in:

  • a) In Canada, CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, Safety Standard for Electrical Installations,
  • b) In the United States, the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.

NOTE: In the United States, general signaling appliances are covered by the Standard for Audible Signal Appliances for General Signaling Use, UL 464A.

1.5 Audible signaling devices for use in hazardous or corrosive locations shall comply with the requirements of this Standard and the applicable requirements of:

  • a) In Canada, CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, Safety Standard for Electrical Installations, with respect to the location hazard;
  • b) In the United States, the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.

1.6 A supplementary visual signal, incorporated as part of an audible signaling device which is intended for fire alarm application shall comply with the requirements of this Standard and the applicable requirements of:

  • a) In Canada, CAN/ULC-S526, Standard for Visible Signaling Devices for Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories;
  • b) In the United States, the Standard for Visible Signaling Devices for Fire Alarm and Signaling Systems, Including Accessories, UL 1638.

2 General
2.1 Components

2.1.1 Except as indicated in 2.1.2a component of a product covered by this Standard shall comply with the requirements for that component. See Annex A for a list of Standards covering components generally used in the products covered by this Standard.

2.1.2 A component need not comply with a specific requirement that:

  • a) Involves a feature or characteristic not needed in the application of the component in the product covered by this Standard; or
  • b) Is superseded by a requirement in this Standard.

2.1.3 A component shall be used in accordance with rating(s) established by its manufacturer for the intended conditions of use.

2.2 Units of Measurement

2.2.1 Unless otherwise indicated, all voltage and current values mentioned in this Standard are root-mean-square (rms).

2.2.2 The metric unit shall be designated as the official unit for purposes of this standard. Where values of measurement are specified in both SI and English units, either unit is used. In cases of dispute, the metric unit shall be used. Values stated without parentheses are the requirement. Values in parentheses are explanatory or approximate information.

2.2.3 Wherever the abbreviation “AWG” appears in these requirements, it refers to American Wire Gauge.

2.3 Control Unit Interface

2.3.1 An audible signaling device incorporating circuitry for functional interfacing with a control unit for purposes such as supervision, point addressing, multiplexing, synchronization etc., shall also comply with the applicable functional requirements of standards such as:

  • a) In Canada, CAN/ULC-S527, Standard for Control Units for Fire Alarm Systems;
  • b) In the United States, the Standard for Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems, UL 864.

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IEC 62877-2 Ed. 1.0 b:2016

Electrolyte and water for vented lead acid accumulators – Part 2: Requirements for water

Published by: 2016-01-27 / 2016-01-27 / 16 pages
IEC 62877-2:2016 applies to water for use with vented lead-acid cells and batteries, i.e. water for preparation of electrolyte and for topping up cells or batteries. The purity of refilling water has to meet higher requirements compared to filling electrolyte, because the impurities in the operating electrolyte will be gradually increased by regular addition of water. This international standard lays down requirements of the composition, purity and properties of water in the absence of specific recommendations from the manufacturer.

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IEC 62446-1 Ed. 1.0 b:2016

Photovoltaic (PV) systems – Requirements for testing, documentation and maintenance – Part 1: Grid connected systems – Documentation, commissioning tests and inspection

Published by: 2016-01-19 / 2016-01-19 / 83 pages
IEC 62446-1:2016 defines the information and documentation required to be handed over to a customer following the installation of a grid connected PV system. It also describes the commissioning tests, inspection criteria and documentation expected to verify the safe installation and correct operation of the system. It is for use by system designers and installers of grid connected solar PV systems as a template to provide effective documentation to a customer. This new edition cancels and replaces IEC 62446 published in 2009 and includes the following significant technical change with respect to IEC 62446:2009: expansion of the scope to include a wider range of system test and inspection regimes to encompass larger and more complex PV systems.

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