AS NZS IEC 62301-2014 pdf – Household electrical appliances— Measurement of standby power.
3.5 off mode(s) any product modes where the energy using product is connected to a mains power source and is not providing any standby mode, network mode or active mode function and where the mode usually persists. An indicator that only shows the user that the product is in the off position is included within the classification of off mode. NOTE Guidance on modes and functions may be found in Annex A. 3.6 standby mode(s) any product modes where the energy using product is connected to a mains power source and offers one or more of the following user oriented or protective functions which usually persist • to facilitate the activation of other modes (including activation or deactivation of active mode) by remote switch (including remote control), internal sensor, timer; • continuous function: information or status displays including clocks; • continuous function: sensor-based functions NOTE Guidance on modes and functions may be found in Annex A. A timer is a continuous clock function (which may or may not be associated with a display) that provides regular scheduled tasks (e.g. switching) and that operates on a continuous basis. 3.7 network mode(s) any product modes where the energy using product is connected to a mains power source and at least one network function is activated (such as reactivation via network command or network integrity communication) but where the primary function is not active NOTE Where a network function is provided but is not active and/or not connected to a network, then this mode is not applicable. A network function could become active intermittently according to a fixed schedule or in response to a network requirement. A “network” in this context includes communication between two or more separate independently powered devices or products. A network does not include one or more controls which are dedicated to a single product. Network mode may include one or more standby functions.
3.1 1 rated frequency supply frequency (range) designated by the manufacturer 3.1 2 instructions for use information that is provided for users of the product NOTE Instructions for use would include a user manual and may be in paper or electronic form. Instructions for use do not include any special directions provided by the product supplier to the test laboratory especially for testing purposes. 4 General conditions for measurements 4.1 General Unless otherwise specified, measurements shall be made under the test conditions and with measuring instruments specified in 4.2 to 4.4. 4.2 Test room The tests shall be carried out in a room that has an air speed close to the product under test of ≤0,5 m/s. The ambient temperature shall be maintained at (23 ± 5) °C throughout the test. Where the product has an ambient light sensor that affects the power consumption, the test shall be carried out with controlled ambient light conditions. Where the illuminance levels are externally defined (in a test procedure or in the instructions for use), these values shall be used. Where no illuminance levels are stated or defined, reference illuminance levels of >300 lx and <1 0 lx shall be used. Information on the method used to achieve the above illuminance levels, where relevant, shall be recorded in the test report (see 6.3). Where values of illuminance are given, they shall be measured as close to the product’s light sensor as practical. NOTE The measured power for some products and modes could be affected by the ambient conditions (e.g. illuminance, temperature).
4.3.2 Supply voltage waveform The total harmonic content of the supply voltage when supplying the product under test in the specified mode shall not exceed 2 % (up to and including the 1 3 th harmonic); harmonic content is defined as the root-mean-square (r.m.s.) summation of the individual components using the fundamental as 1 00 %. The value of the harmonic content of the voltage supply shall be recorded during the test and reported (see 6.3). In addition to the above, the ratio of peak value to r.m.s. value of the test voltage (i.e. crest factor) when supplying the product under test shall be between 1 ,34 and 1 ,49. NOTE Power supplies meeting IEC 61 000-3-2 are likely to meet the above requirements. 4.4 Power measuring instruments NOTE Many power meters can also record harmonic content, as required by 4.3.2. 4.4.1 Power measurement uncertainty This section covers the requirements for uncertainty introduced by the instrument that measures the input power to the product under test, including any external shunts.