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IEC 61082-1 Ed. 2.0 Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology - Part 1: Rules

Standard Number:  IEC 61082-1 Ed. 2.0
Title:  Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology - Part 1: Rules
Language:  English and French
Replaced by Standard:  IEC 61082-1 Ed. 3.0

Adopted International Standard:  OVE/ONORM EN 61082-1-2007 Preparation Of Documents Used In Electrotechnology - Part 1: Rules Identical
PN EN 61082-1-2006 Identical
EN 61082-1-2006
Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
Price:  
Number of Pages:106  

Description:IEC 61082-1-2006 Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology - Part 1: Rules provides general rules and guidelines for the presentation of information in documents, and specific rules for diagrams, drawings and tables used in electrotechnology. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108. This English-language version is derived from the original bilingual publication by leaving out all French-language pages. Missing page numbers correspond to the French-language pages.  
Catalog:Document Contents
English
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION
1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms and definitions
3.1 Basic terms
3.2 Terms related to the forms of presentation of information
3.3 Terms related to basic document kinds
3.4 Terms related to specific document kinds
4 Documentation principles
4.1 General considerations
4.2 Structure of documentation
4.3 Presentation of information
4.4 Document identification and designation
5 Rules for presentation of information
5.1 Legibility
5.2 Text orientation
5.3 Colours, shading and patterns
5.4 Paper page sizes
5.5 Paper page reproduction
5.6 Page identification
5.7 Page layout
5.8 Cross-references
5.9 Hyperlinks
5.10 Line widths
5.11 Text fonts
5.12 Symbols
5.13 Scales
5.14 Pictorial presentation
5.15 Quantities, units, values and colour codes
5.16 Presentation of ranges and set of elements
5.17 Dimension lines
5.18 Leader lines and reference lines
5.19 Explanatory notes and markings
5.20 Reference designations
5.21 Terminal designations
5.22 Signal designations
6 Document kinds
7 Diagrams
7.1 General
7.2 Overview diagrams
7.3 Function diagrams
7.4 Circuit diagrams
7.5 Connection diagrams
8 Drawings
8.1 General
8.2 Requirements on base documents
8.3 Arrangement drawings
9 Tables
9.1 General
9.2 Presentation of reference designations
9.3 Connection tables
10 Charts, graphs
10.1 General
10.2 Function charts
10.3 Sequence charts and time sequence charts
11 Structured documentation
11.1 General
11.2 Presentation of occurrences of an object type in diagrams
11.3 Referencing
11.4 Document metadata
12 CAx conformance requirements
Annex A (normative) Construction of a symbol for an object which does not have a symbol i...
Annex B (informative) Document management information and title blocks
Annex C (informative) Document kind designations and content of information
Bibliography
Figures
Figure 1 ? Documents generated from information stored in a database
Figure 2 ? Documents prepared and stored in a database
Figure 3 ? Viewing directions of a document
Figure 4 ? Examples of a documents with document and page identifications
Figure 5 ? Example of documents with multiple document identifiers
Figure 6 ? Examples of pages with defined identification areas
Figure 7 ? Example of a reference grid (Page A3 landscape, module size 2,5 mm, reference ...
Figure 8 ? Examples of the application of cross- references
Figure 9 ? Example of the use of symbols for fibre optics
Figure 10 ? Example of replacing a symbol with a general symbol
Figure 11 ? Example of enlarging a symbol
Figure 12 ? Turning and/or mirroring of symbol S00055 of IEC 60617
Figure 13 ? Terminators of dimension lines (from ISO 129)
Figure 14 ? Examples of leader lines (from ISO 128-22)
Figure 15 ? Example of the use of leader lines to connecting lines
Figure 16 ? Example of an explanatory note
Figure 17 ? Presentation of reference designations of a reference designation set
Figure 18 ? The common initial portion of reference designations
Figure 19 ? Examples of cable core designations
Figure 20 ? Example of functional grouping and signal flow directions; a control system
Figure 21 ? Example of symbols and different location of connections
Figure 22 ? Simplified presentation
Figure 23 ? Simplified presentation of parallel connected identical objects
Figure 24 ? Simplified presentation of serial connected identical objects
Figure 25 ? Example for technical data associated with a symbol
Figure 26 ? Example of technical data shown inside a symbol
Figure 27 ? Symbols representing joining of connecting lines
Figure 28 ? Symbol representing the interconnection of crossing connecting lines
Figure 29 ? Examples of the joining of connecting lines
Figure 30 ? Example of the joining of connecting lines with indication of where the physi...
Figure 31 ? Example of the joining of connecting lines where the connecting lines represe...
Figure 32 ? Example of presentations of mechanical links
Figure 33 ? Example for avoiding bends and cross-overs
Figure 34 ? Spacing of lines
Figure 35 ? Examples for technical data associated with connecting lines
Figure 36 ? Presentation of bundles
Figure 37 ? Indication of sequence within bundles
Figure 38 ? Illustration of the terms ?states? and ?levels?
Figure 39 ? Detail of a circuit diagram using positive logic convention
Figure 40 ? Detail of a circuit diagram using direct logic polarity convention
Figure 41 ? Boundary frame with a reference to another document
Figure 42 ? Location of reference designations at a symbol
Figure 43 ? Examples of reference designations associated with connecting lines
Figure 44 ? Presentation of reference designations at a boundary frame
Figure 45 ? Presentation of reference designations including different aspect
Figure 46 ? Presentation of reference designation sets at a boundary frame
Figure 47 ? Presentation of reference designation
Figure 48 ? Presentation of reference designations excluded from concatenation
Figure 49 ? Examples for the presentation of terminal designations
Figure 50 ? Examples of signal designations associated with connecting lines
Figure 51 ? Examples of reference and signal designations ass. with connecting lines
Figure 52 ? Presentation of signal designations
Figure 53 ? Example for a multi-phase circuit
Figure 54 ? Overview diagram for a material handling plant (Example taken from IEC 61346-...
Figure 55 ? Overview diagram for one conveyer belt function (Example taken from IEC 61346...
Figure 56 ? Overview diagram process plant
Figure 57 ? Overview diagram of an electrical plant
Figure 58 ? Signal flow in a function diagram
Figure 59 ? Example of an equivalent-circuit diagram
Figure 60 ? Minimized use of logic negations
Figure 61 ? Lining-up of symbols
Figure 62 ? Grouping of symbols for functionally related components
Figure 63 ? Attached presentation of symbols
Figure 64 ? Detached presentation of symbols
Figure 65 ? Example of the use of inset tables
Figure 66 ? Example of presentation of internal connection
Figure 67 ? Repeated presentation of a symbol for a quadruple multiplexer
Figure 68 ? Simplified repeated presentation of a symbol for a quadruple multiplexer
Figure 69 ? Symbol of a switch supplemented with a graph
Figure 70 ? Examples of pilot switch
Figure 71 ? Symbol of a pilot switch supplemented with a note
Figure 72 ? Orientation of contact symbols
Figure 73 ? Representation of a.c. supply circuits
Figure 74 ? Representation of d.c. supply circuits
Figure 75 ? Examples of use of logic polarity indication
Figure 76 ? Examples of mismatched polarity indications
Figure 77 ? Example of a split presentation of a symbol
Figure 78 ? Example of a connection diagram
Figure 79 ? Example of presentation of termination of a multi-core cable
Figure 80 ? Example of cable connections
Figure 81 ? Example of connection diagram for a sub-rack
Figure 82 ? Example of simplified presentation of a connection diagram
Figure 83 ? Example of the use of a base document
Figure 84 ? Presentation of technical data
Figure 85 ? Examples of the use of symbols for indication mounting methods
Figure 86 ? An arrangement drawing the mounting panel of a cubicle
Figure 87 ? An arrangement drawing of an industrial plant
Figure 88 ? Example setting the common initial portion in the table header
Figure 89 ? Example omitting the common initial portion on successive lines
Figure 90 ? Example of a terminal-oriented connection table
Figure 91 ? Example of a connection table with remote end designations
Figure 92 ? Example of a connection-oriented connection table
Figure 93 ? Example of a time sequence chart
Figure 94 ? Example of an instance diagram of a motor starter
Figure 95 ? A symbol for a motor starter
Figure 96 ? Example of a table describing the relations between external terminals of a m...
Figure 97 ? A symbol for the motor starter, for single-line presentations
Figure 98 ? Example of a table describing the relations between external terminals of a m...
Figure 99 ? Referencing in accordance with IEC 62023
Figure 100 ? Direct referencing
Figure A.1 ? The general symbols for an object in IEC 60617 DB
Figure A.2 ? Miniature circuit-breaker shown with the symbol for a circuit-breaker
Figure A.3 ? Miniature circuit-breaker shown with the general symbol for a switch qualifi...
Figure A.4 ? Miniature circuit-breaker shown with the symbol for a circuit-breaker qualif...
Figure A.5 ? Miniature circuit-breaker shown with the general symbol for a switch qualifi...
Figure A.6 ? Miniature circuit-breaker shown with the symbol for a circuit-breaker qualif...
Figure A.7 ? Symbol for a miniature circuit-breaker with an RCD, version 1
Figure A.8 ? Symbol for a miniature circuit-breaker with an RCD, version 2
Figure A.9 ? Symbol for a miniature circuit-breaker with an RCD, version 3
Figure A.10 ? Example of a symbol for an RCD
Figure A.11 ? Example of a symbol for an RCM
Figure A.12 ? Symbols for a PLC
Figure A.13 ? A circuit diagram with a symbol of a PLC
Figure B.1 ? Example of the arrangement of information in a title block
Figure B.2 ? Example of a filled-in title block
Figure B.3 ? Examples of locations of identification areas and possible title blocks
Tables
Table 1 ? Possible distributed logic connections
Table B.1 ? Metadata element names
Table C.1 ? Recommended document kind designations
Table C.2 ? Current document kind designations and replacements
  
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