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AS/NZS 3003-2011 electrical installations-patient areas

Standard Number:  AS/NZS 3003-2011
Title:  electrical installations-patient areas
Language:  English
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:79  

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Catalog:Document Contents
AS/NZS 3003:2011 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS-PATIENT AREAS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 Applied part, Type B
1.4.2 Body-protected electrical area
1.4.3 Body-type procedure
1.4.4 Cardiac-protected electrical area
1.4.5 Cardiac-type procedure
1.4.6 Class I equipment
1.4.7 Class II equipment
1.4.8 Class III equipment
1.4.9 Competent person
1.4.10 Equipotential (EP) junction
1.4.11 Groups of socket-outlets
1.4.12 Leakage protective device (LPD)
1.4.13 Line isolation monitor (LIM)
1.4.14 Medical electrical equipment
1.4.15 Overload monitor
1.4.16 Patient
1.4.17 Patient area
1.4.18 Patient environment
1.4.19 Patient location
1.4.20 Prospective hazard current
1.4.21 Readily accessible
1.4.22 Return earth
1.4.23 Supply, essential (essential supply)
1.4.24 Supply, normal (normal supply)
1.4.25 Supply, uninterruptible (uninterruptible power supply or UPS)
1.4.26 Transformer-isolated supply
SECTION 2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BODY-PROTECTED AND CARDIAC-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREAS
2.1 GENERAL
2.2 CLASSIFICATION OF PATIENT AREAS
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Locations required to be wired as cardiac-protected electrical areas
2.2.3 Locations required to be wired as body-protected electrical areas
2.3 SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY TO PATIENT AREAS-NEW ZEALAND ONLY
2.4 LOW-VOLTAGE A.C. SUPPLIES
2.4.1 Separation of circuits
2.4.2 Protection of wiring systems against mechanical damage
2.4.3 LPD protection required
2.4.4 LPD protection not required
2.4.5 Low-voltage uninterruptible supplies (UPS)
2.5 LOW-VOLTAGE D.C. SUPPLIES
2.6 ACCESS TO CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
2.7 LOW-VOLTAGE SOCKET-OUTLETS
2.7.1 Number of socket-outlets
2.7.2 Socket-outlets that are not readily accessible
2.7.3 Socket-outlets for cleaning equipment
2.7.4 Marking and identification of socket-outlets
2.7.5 Type of socket-outlet
2.8 RESIDUAL CURRENT DEVICES (RCDs)
2.8.1 Type of RCD
2.8.2 Discrimination
2.8.3 Number of poles
2.8.4 Number and disposition of electrical points controlled by RCDs
2.8.5 Indication
2.8.6 Marking
2.8.7 Permanently-wired equipment
2.9 LOW-VOLTAGE ISOLATED SUPPLIES
2.9.1 General
2.9.2 Isolation transformers
2.9.3 Overload monitor
2.9.4 Line isolation monitor
2.9.5 Overcurrent circuit-breaker
2.9.6 System prospective hazard current
2.9.7 Number of socket-outlets
2.9.8 Permanently-wired equipment
2.10 ISOLATION SWITCHES
2.11 EXTRA-LOW-VOLTAGE SUPPLIES
2.11.1 General
2.11.2 Source of extra-low-voltage supply
2.12 MARKING
2.12.1 General
2.12.2 Marking of patient areas
2.13 TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF ELECTRICAL WORK
2.14 CERTIFICATION
SECTION 3 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BODY-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREAS
3.1 GENERAL
3.2 EARTHING
SECTION 4 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CARDIAC-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREAS
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 EARTH-FREE EXTRA-LOW VOLTAGE
4.3 DISPOSITION OF ELECTRICAL POINTS CONTROLLED BY RCDS
4.4 EARTHING AND EQUIPOTENTIAL BONDING
4.4.1 General
4.4.2 Equipotential earthing system
4.4.3 Return earths
SECTION 5 SPECIAL PATIENT AREAS
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 HOME CARE INSTALLATIONS
5.2.1 Home haemodialysis installations
5.2.2 Home care installations other than for haemodialysis
5.3 INSTALLATION FOR SELF-HARM PATIENTS
5.3.1 General
5.3.2 Marking
SECTION 6 ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS TO ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN PATIENT AREAS
6.1 INTRODUCTION
6.2 ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Patient areas not wired as cardiac-protected or body-protected electrical areas
6.2.3 Inspection and testing patient areas prior to alteration or addition to electrical ...
6.2.4 Installation of new socket-outlets
6.2.5 Alterations or additions to electrical installations in cardiac-protected electrica...
6.3 REPAIRS
SECTION 7 MAGNETIC FIELDS
7.1 GENERAL
7.2 REQUIREMENTS
7.3 TESTING
7.4 TEST PROCEDURE
SECTION 8 MARKING OF PATIENT AREAS
8.1 GENERAL
8.2 BODY-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREA SIGN
8.3 CARDIAC-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREA SIGN
SECTION 9 ROUTINE INSPECTION AND TESTING OF CARDIAC-PROTECTED AND BODY-PROTECTED ELECTRIC...
9.1 GENERAL
9.2 BODY-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREAS
9.2.1 General
9.2.2 Earthing
9.2.3 Residual current devices (RCDs)
9.2.4 Line isolation monitors (LIMs)
9.2.5 Overload monitors
9.2.6 Uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs)
9.2.7 Documentation (report)
9.3 CARDIAC-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREAS
9.3.1 General
9.3.2 Earthing
9.3.3 Potential difference between accessible metal equipment
9.3.4 Residual current devices (RCDs)
9.3.5 Line isolation monitors (LIMs)
9.3.6 Overload monitors
9.3.7 Uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs)
9.3.8 Documentation (report)
APPENDIX A - PLANNING OF AREAS AND SELECTING THE RIGHT TYPE OF LPD
A1 CHOOSING RCD-PROTECTED OR TRANSFORMER-ISOLATED SUPPLY SYSTEMS
A1.1 General
A1.2 Summary
A2 DECIDING ON THE NUMBER AND DISPOSITION OF FINAL SUB-CIRCUITS
A2.1 Socket-outlets
A2.2 Number of protective devices
APPENDIX B - COMMISSIONING INSPECTION CHECK LIST
APPENDIX C - RECORDING FORM
APPENDIX D - INSTRUMENT FOR MEASURING POTENTIAL DIFFERENCES IN AN INSTALLATION
D1 GENERAL
D2 MEASURING INSTRUMENT
APPENDIX E - CALCULATIONS FOR EQUIPOTENTIAL EARTHING
E1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE STANDARD
E2 EXAMPLES OF RESISTANCE CALCULATIONS
E2.1 General
E2.2 Equipotential earthing system
E2.3 Connections to the EP junction
APPENDIX F - DOCUMENTATION OF COMPLIANCE TO AS/NZS 3000:2011
F1 GENERAL
F2 FORM
APPENDIX G - ROUTINE INSPECTION REPORT FOR BODY-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREA
APPENDIX H - ROUTINE INSPECTION REPORT FOR CARDIAC-PROTECTED ELECTRICAL AREA
  
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