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BS EN 60204-32-2008 safety of machinery - electrical equipment of machines - part 32: requirements for hoisting machines

Standard Number:  BS EN 60204-32-2008
Title:  safety of machinery - electrical equipment of machines - part 32: requirements for hoisting machines
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  BS EN 60204-32-1998, IEC 60204-32-1998

Publication Date:  2009/3/31
Execute Date:  2009/3/31
Adopted International Standard:  IEC 60034-1, IEC 60034-5, IEC 60034-11, IEC 60068-2-27:1987, IEC 60068-2-32:1975, IEC 60068-2-32:1975/AMD 2:1990, IEC 60072-1, IEC 60072-2, IEC 60073, IEC 60309-1, IEC 60332, IEC 60364-1, IEC 60364-4-41:2005, IEC 60364-4-42:2001, IEC 60364-4-43:2001, IEC 60364-5-52:2001, IEC 60364-5-53:2001, IEC 60364-5-53:2001/AMD 1:2002, IEC 60364-5-54:2002, IEC 60364-6:2006, IEC 60417-DB, IEC 60439-1:1999, IEC 60439-1:1999/AMD 1:2004, IEC 60445, IEC 60446:1999, IEC 60447, IEC 60529:1989, IEC 60529:1989/AMD 1:1999, IEC 60664-1:2007, IEC 60898, IEC 60947-1:2007, IEC 60947-2:2006, IEC 60947-3, IEC 60947-4-1:2000, IEC 60947-4-1:2000/AMD 1:2002, IEC 60947-5-1:2003, IEC 61082-1:2006, IEC 61140, IEC 61180-2:1994, IEC 61310, IEC 61346, IEC 61557-3, IEC 61558-1, IEC 61558-2-6, IEC 61800-5-2:2007, IEC 61984, IEC 62023, IEC 62027, IEC 62061, IEC 62079, ISO 7000:2004, ISO 12100-1, ISO 12100-2:2003, ISO 13849-1:2006, ISO 13849-2:2003, ISO 13850:2006, ISO 13851:2002, ISO 13852:1996, EN 60034-1:2004, EN 60034-5:2001, EN 60034-11:2004, EN 60068-2-27:1993, EN 60068-2-32:1993, EN 60073:2002, EN 60309-1:1999, EN 60309-1:1999/A11:2004, EN 60332, CENELEC HD 60364-1:2008, CENELEC HD 60364-4-41:2007, CENELEC HD 60364-4-41:2007/Corrigendum:2007, CENELEC HD 60364-5-534:2008, CENELEC HD 60364-5-54:2007, CENELEC HD 60364-6:2007, EN 60439-1:1999, EN 60439-1:1999/A1:2004, EN 60445:2007, EN 60446:1999, EN 60447:2004, EN 60529:1991, EN 60529:1991/Corrigendum:1993, EN 60529:1991/A1:2000, EN 60664-1:2007, EN 60898, EN 60947-1:2007, EN 60947-2:2006, EN 60947-3:1999, EN 60947-4-1:2001, EN 60947-4-1:2001/A1:2002, EN 60947-5-1:2004, EN 60947-5-1:2004/Corrigendum:2005, EN 61082-1:2006, EN 61140:2002, EN 61180-2:1994, EN 61310, EN 61346, EN 61557-3:2007, EN 61558-1:2005, EN 61558-1:2005/Corrigendum:2006, EN 61558-2-6:1997, EN 61800-5-2:2007, EN 61984:2001, EN 62023:2000, EN 62027:2000, EN 62061:2005, EN 62079:2001, EN ISO 12100-1:2003, EN ISO 12100-2:2003, EN ISO 13849-1:2006, EN ISO 13849-2:2003, EN ISO 13850:2008, 98/37/EC, 2006/42/EC, IEC 60038, IEC 60050-191, IEC 60050-195, IEC 60050-411, IEC 60050-441, IEC 60050-442, IEC 60050-826, IEC 60204-11, IEC 60204-31, IEC 60228, IEC 60269-1, IEC 60287, IEC 60320-1, IEC 60335, IEC 60364, IEC 60757, IEC 60870-5-1, IEC 60884-1, IEC 60898, IEC 60909, IEC/TR 60947-5-2, IEC 61000-5-2, IEC 61000-6-1, IEC 61000-6-2, IEC 61000-6-4, IEC 61084, IEC 61180-2, IEC/TR 61200-53, IEC 61496-1, IEC 61557, IEC 61558-2-17, IEC 61800, IEC 61984, IEC 62305, IEC 61000-6-3:2006, IEC Guide 106, ISO 14118:2000, ISO 14122-1:2001, ISO 14122-2:2001, ISO 14122-3:2001, CENELEC HD 516 S2
Status:  Current
International Classification for Standards (ICS)MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT>>Lifting equipment>>Lifting appliances in general
Publisher:  British Standards
Price:  
Number of Pages:138  

Preface:Electrical equipment, Electronic equipment and components, Electrical safety, Equipment safety, Machine tool components, Production equipment, Lifting equipment, Hoists, Cranes, Materials handling equipment, Electrical protection equipment, Control systems, Control equipment, Safety devices, Electric control equipment, Switchgear, Electric conductors, Electric cables, Electric motors, Handbooks  
Description:This part of IEC 60204 applies to the application of electrical and electronic equipment and systems to hoisting machines and related equipment.  
Cross References:IEC 60034-1; IEC 60034-5; IEC 60034-11; IEC 60068-2-27-1987; IEC 60068-2-32-1975; IEC 60068-2-32-1975/AMD 2-1990; IEC 60072-1; IEC 60072-2; IEC 60073; IEC 60309-1; IEC 60332; IEC 60364-1; IEC 60364-4-41-2005; IEC 60364-4-42-2001; IEC 60364-4-43 2001; IEC 60364-5-52 2001; IEC 60364-5-53-2001; IEC 60364-5-53-2001/AMD 1-2002; IEC 60364-5-54-2002; IEC 60364-6-2006; IEC 60417-DB; IEC 60439-1-1999; IEC 60439-1-1999/AMD 1-2004; IEC 60445; IEC 60446-1999; IEC 60447; IEC 60529-1989; IEC 60529-1989/AMD 1-1999; IEC 60664-1-2007; IEC 60898; IEC 60947-1-2007; IEC 60947-2-2006; IEC 60947-3; IEC 60947-4-1-2000; IEC 60947-4-1-2000/AMD 1-2002; IEC 60947-5-1-2003; IEC 61082-1-2006; IEC 61140; IEC 61180-2-1994; IEC 61310; IEC 61346; IEC 61557-3; IEC 61558-1; IEC 61558-2-6; IEC 61800-5-2-2007; IEC 61984; IEC 62023; IEC 62027; IEC 62061; IEC 62079; ISO 7000-2004; ISO 12100-1; ISO 12100-2-2003; ISO 13849-1-2006; ISO 13849-2-2003; ISO 13850-2006; ISO 13851-2002; ISO 13852-1996; EN 60034-1-2004; EN 60034-5-20  
Catalog:INTRODUCTION
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
4 General requirements
4.1 General considerations
4.2 Selection of equipment
4.2.1 General
4.2.2 Selection of power contactors
4.2.3 Electrical equipment in compliance with the
IEC 60439 series
4.3 Electrical supply
4.3.1 General
4.3.2 AC supplies
4.3.3 DC supplies
4.3.4 On-board power supply
4.4 Physical environment and operating conditions
4.4.1 General
4.4.2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
4.4.3 Ambient air temperature
4.4.4 Humidity
4.4.5 Altitude
4.4.6 Contaminants
4.4.7 Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation
4.4.8 Vibration, shock, and bump
4.5 Transportation and storage
4.6 Provisions for handling
4.7 Installation
5 Incoming supply conductor terminations and devices for
disconnecting and switching off
5.1 Incoming supply conductor terminations
5.2 Terminal for connection to the external protective earthing
system
5.3 Supply disconnecting and switching devices
5.3.1 General
5.3.2 Type
5.3.3 Requirements
5.3.4 Operating means
5.3.5 Crane-supply-switch
5.3.6 Crane-disconnector
5.3.7 Crane-switch
5.3.8 Special circuits
5.4 Devices for switching off for prevention of unexpected
start-up
5.5 Devices for disconnecting electrical equipment
5.6 Protection against unauthorized, inadvertent and/or
mistaken connection
6 Protection against electric shock
6.1 General
6.2 Protection against direct contact
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Protection by enclosures
6.2.3 Protection by insulation of live parts
6.2.4 Protection against residual voltages
6.2.5 Protection by barriers
6.2.6 Protection by placing out of reach or protection
by obstacles
6.3 Protection against indirect contact
6.3.1 General
6.3.2 Prevention of the occurrence of a touch voltage
6.3.3 Protection by automatic disconnection of supply
6.4 Protection by the use of PELV
6.4.1 General requirements
6.4.2 Sources for PELV
7 Protection of equipment
7.1 General
7.2 Overcurrent protection
7.2.1 General
7.2.2 Supply conductors
7.2.3 Power circuits
7.2.4 Control circuits
7.2.5 Socket outlets and their associated conductors
7.2.6 Lighting circuits
7.2.7 Transformers
7.2.8 Location of overcurrent protective devices
7.2.9 Overcurrent protective devices
7.2.10 Rating and setting of overcurrent protective devices
7.3 Protection of motors against overheating
7.3.1 General
7.3.2 Overload protection
7.3.3 Over-temperature protection
7.3.4 Current limiting protection
7.4 Abnormal temperature protection
7.5 Protection against supply interruption or voltage reduction
and subsequent restoration
7.6 Motor overspeed protection
7.7 Earth fault/residual current protection
7.8 Phase-sequence protection
7.9 Protection against switching surges and lightning
8 Equipotential bonding
8.1 General
8.2 Protective bonding circuit
8.2.1 General
8.2.2 Protective conductors
8.2.3 Continuity of the protective bonding circuit
8.2.4 Exclusion of switching devices from the protective
bonding circuit
8.2.5 Parts that need not be connected to the protective
bonding circuit
8.2.6 Protective conductor connecting points
8.2.7 Additional protective bonding requirements for
electrical equipment having earth leakage currents
higher than 10 mA a.c. or d.c
8.3 Functional bonding
8.4 Measures to limit the effects of high leakage current
9 Control circuits and control functions
9.1 Control circuits
9.1.1 Control circuit supply
9.1.2 Control circuit voltages
9.1.3 Protection
9.2 Control functions
9.2.1 Start functions
9.2.2 Stop functions
9.2.3 Operating modes
9.2.4 Suspension of safeguarding
9.2.5 Operation
9.2.6 Other control functions
9.2.7 Cableless controls
9.3 Protective interlocks
9.3.1 Reclosing or resetting of an interlocking safeguard
9.3.2 Exceeding operating limits
9.3.3 Operation of auxiliary functions
9.3.4 Interlocks between different operations and for
contrary motions
9.3.5 Reverse current braking
9.4 Control functions in the event of failure
9.4.1 General requirements
9.4.2 Measures to minimize risk in the event of failure
9.4.3 Protection against mal-operation due to earth faults,
voltage interruptions, and loss of circuit continuity
9.4.4 Protection against mal-operation of a motion
control system
10 Operator interface and hoisting machine mounted control
devices
10.1 General
10.1.1 General device requirements
10.1.2 Location and mounting
10.1.3 Protection
10.1.4 Position sensors
10.1.5 Portable and pendant control stations
10.2 Push-buttons
10.2.1 Colours
10.2.2 Markings
10.3 Indicator lights and displays
10.3.1 General
10.3.2 Colours
10.3.3 Flashing lights and displays
10.4 Illuminated push-buttons
10.5 Rotary control devices
10.6 Start devices
10.7 Emergency stop devices
10.7.1 Location of emergency stop devices
10.7.2 Types of emergency stop device
10.7.3 Colour of actuators
10.7.4 Local operation of the crane-supply-switch and
the crane-disconnector to effect emergency stop
10.8 Emergency switching-off devices
10.8.1 Location of emergency switching-off devices
10.8.2 Types of emergency switching off device
10.8.3 Colour of actuators
10.8.4 Local operation of the crane-supply-switch and the
crane-disconnector to effect emergency switching off
10.9 Enabling control device
11 Controlgear: location, mounting, and enclosures
11.1 General requirements
11.2 Location and mounting
11.2.1 Accessibility and maintenance
11.2.2 Physical separation or grouping
11.2.3 Heating effects
11.3 Degrees of protection
11.4 Enclosures, doors and openings
11.5 Access to switchgear and to controlgear
11.5.1 General
11.5.2 Access to gangways
11.5.3 Gangways in front of switchgear and controlgear
11.5.4 Gangway and door restrictions
12 Conductors and cables
12.1 General requirements
12.2 Conductors
12.3 Insulation
12.4 Current-carrying capacity in normal service
12.5 Voltage drop
12.6 Flexible cables
12.6.1 General
12.6.2 Mechanical rating
12.6.3 Current-carrying capacity of cables wound on drums
12.7 Conductor wires, conductor bars and slip-ring assemblies
12.7.1 Protection against direct contact
12.7.2 Protective conductor circuit
12.7.3 Protective conductor current collectors
12.7.4 Removable current collectors with a disconnector function
12.7.5 Clearances in air
12.7.6 Creepage distances
12.7.7 Conductor system sectioning
12.7.8 Construction and installation of conductor wire,
conductor bar systems and slip-ring assemblies
13 Wiring practices
13.1 Connections and routing
13.1.1 General requirements
13.1.2 Conductor and cable runs
13.1.3 Conductors of different circuits
13.1.4 Connection between pick-up and pick-up converter
of an inductive power supply system
13.2 Identification of conductors
13.2.1 General requirements
13.2.2 Identification of the protective conductor
13.2.3 Identification of the neutral conductor
13.2.4 Identification by colour
13.3 Wiring inside enclosures
13.4 Wiring outside enclosures
13.4.1 General requirements
13.4.2 External ducts
13.4.3 Connection to the hoisting machine and to moving
elements on the hoisting machine
13.4.4 Interconnection of devices on the hoisting machine
13.4.5 Plug/socket combinations
13.4.6 Dismantling for shipment
13.4.7 Additional conductors
13.5 Ducts, connection boxes and other boxes
13.5.1 General requirements
13.5.2 Percentage fill of ducts
13.5.3 Rigid metal conduits and fittings
13.5.4 Flexible metal conduits and fittings
13.5.5 Flexible non-metallic conduits and fittings
13.5.6 Cable trunking systems
13.5.7 Hoisting machine compartments and cable trunking
systems
13.5.8 Connection boxes and other boxes
13.5.9 Motor connection boxes
14 Electric motors and associated equipment
14.1 General requirements
14.2 Motor enclosures
14.3 Motor dimensions
14.4 Motor mounting and compartments
14.5 Criteria for motor selection
14.6 Protective devices for mechanical brakes
14.7 Electrically operated mechanical brakes
15 Accessories and lighting
15.1 Accessories
15.2 Local lighting on the hoisting machine and for the
equipment
15.2.1 General
15.2.2 Supply
15.2.3 Protection
15.2.4 Fittings
16 Marking, warning signs and reference designations
16.1 General
16.2 Warning signs
16.2.1 Electric shock hazard
16.2.2 Hot surfaces hazard
16.3 Functional identification
16.4 Marking of equipment
16.5 Reference designations
17 Documentation
17.1 General
17.2 Information to be provided
17.3 Requirements applicable to all documentation
17.4 Installation documents
17.5 Overview diagrams and function diagrams
17.6 Circuit diagrams
17.7 Operating manual
17.8 Maintenance manual
17.9 Parts list
18 Verification
18.1 General
18.2 Verification of conditions for protection by automatic
disconnection of supply
18.2.1 General
18.2.2 Test methods in TN-systems
18.2.3 Application of the test methods for TN-systems
18.3 Insulation resistance tests
18.4 Voltage tests
18.5 Protection against residual voltages
18.6 Functional tests
18.7 Retesting
Annex A (normative) - Protection against indirect contact in
TN-systems
Annex B (informative) - Inquiry form for the electrical equipment
of hoisting machines
Annex C (informative) - Current-carrying capacity and overcurrent
protection of conductors and cables in the
electrical equipment of machines
Annex D (informative) - Conductor selection for intermittent duty
Annex E (informative) - Explanation of emergency operation functions
Annex F (informative) - Comparison of typical conductor cross-sectional
areas
Bibliography
Annex ZA (normative) - Normative references to international
publications with their corresponding
European publications
Annex ZZ (informative) - Coverage of Essential Requirements of EC
Directives
Annex ZZA (informative) - Coverage of Essential Requirements of
Directive 98/37/EC
Annex ZZB (informative) - Coverage of Essential Requirements of
Directive 2006/42/EC  
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