AS ISO 6469.3 pdf download – Electrically propelled road vehicles— Safety specifications Part 3: Protection of persons against electric shock
This part of ISO 6469 specifies requirements for the electric propulsion systems and conductively connectedauxiliary electric systems, if any, of electrically propelled road vehicles for the protection of persons inside andoutside the vehicle against electric shock.
lt does not apply to motorcycles and vehicles not primarily intended as road vehicles, such as materialhandling trucks or forklifts.
lt applies only to on-board electric circuits with maximum working voltages according to voltage class B.lt does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.NOTE Requirements for the electric power supply interface conductively connected to the external power supply(grid) for charging the RESS are also specified in lEC 6i851-1 and lEC 61851-21.
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document.For datedreferences,only the edition cited applies. For undated references,the latest edition of the referenceddocument (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 6469-1，Electrically propelled road vehicles — Safety specifications — Part 1 : On-board rechargeableenergy storage system (REss)
ISO 7010,Graphical symbols —Safety colours and safety signs — Registered safety signs
ISO 20653，Road vehicles — Degrees of protection (IP-Code)— Protection of electrical equipment againstforeign objects, water and access
IEC 60664 (all parts), Insulation coordination for equipment within low-voltage systems
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
auxiliary electric system
on-board vehicle system, other than the propulsion system, that operates on electric energy
balance of electric power system
remaining portion of a voltage class B (3.31 ) electric circuit when all RESS and fuel cell stacks (3.1 8) are disconnected
part providing protection against direct contact from any usual direction of access
insulation applied to live parts (3.22) for protection against direct contact (3.1 0)
NOTE Basic insulation does not necessarily include isolations used exclusively for functional purposes.
protection against direct contact (3.1 0) with live parts (3.22) under fault-free conditions
mechanical assembly comprising battery cells and retaining frames or trays, and possibly components for battery management
shortest distance in air between conductive parts (3.8)
part capable of conducting electric current
shortest distance along the surface of a solid insulating material between two conductive parts (3.8)
contact of persons with live parts (3.22)
insulation system comprising both basic insulation (3.4) and supplementary insulation (3.28)
conductive parts (3.8) of a vehicle that are electrically connected and whose potential is taken as reference
physiological effect resulting from an electric current passing through a human body