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DR AS/NZS 2007.2:2021 Amd 1:2021 Performance of household electrical appliances—Dishwashers, Part 2: Energy efficiency labelling requirements

This amendment applies to the following elements:
• Clauses 1.4.1, 1.4.5, 1.4.101 (new), 1.4.102 (new), 5.5.1
• Figures 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, B.1, B.2

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Closing date for comments 29/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 2442.2:2021 Amd 1:2021 Performance of household electrical appliances—Rotary clothes dryers, Part 2: Energy efficiency labelling requirements

This amendment applies to the following elements:
• Clauses 1.4.5, 1.4.101 (new), 5.4.1
• Figures 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, B.1, B.2

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Closing date for comments 29/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 3112:2017 Amd 1 Approval and test specification—Plugs and socket-outlets

This amendment applies to:
• Preface
• Clause 1.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3, 1.4.15, 3.1.2, 3.8.2, 3.9, 3.9.1, 3.9.2, 3.14.2, 3.14.10.2, 3.14.12.1
• Appendices H and J

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Closing date for comments 16/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 3120:2021 Approval and test specification - Cord extension sockets

The objective of this Document is to set out essential safety requirements for cord extension sockets and inlet plugs intended for use at extra-low or low voltages, and inlet plugs with rated voltages not exceeding 250 V and current ratings not exceeding 20 A in accordance with the pin configurations given in AS/NZS 3112 Approval and test specification - Plugs and socket-outlets.

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Closing date for comments 5/5/2021

DR AS/NZS 3122:2021 Approval and test specification - Socket-outlet adaptors

This document is one of a series of approval and test specifications to be read in conjunction with AS/NZS 3100:2017 Approval and test specifications—General requirements for electrical equipment. The purpose of this series is to outline conditions to prove the safety of electrical equipment in Australia and New Zealand. Only safety matters and related conditions are covered.

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Closing date for comments 23/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 5033:2021 Installation and safety requirements for photovoltaic (PV) arrays

The objective of this document is to address the safety requirements arising from the particular characteristics of photovoltaic systems. Direct current systems, and photovoltaic arrays in particular, pose hazards in addition to those derived from conventional a.c. power systems, including the ability to produce and sustain electrical arcs with currents that are not greater than normal operating currents.

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Closing date for comments 6/5/2021

DR AS/NZS 5601.1:2021 Gas installations - Part 1: General installations

The objective of this standard is to provide essential requirements and deemed-to-conform solutions, and to promote uniform standards of gas installation.

This standard is not to be regarded as a design specification or an instruction manual for untrained persons.

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Closing date for comments 10/6/2021

DR AS/NZS 61058.1.1:2021 Switches for appliances, Part 1.1: Requirements for mechanical switches

The objective of this document is to supplement or modify the corresponding clauses in AS/NZS 61058.1, so as to convert that publication into the standard Requirements for mechanical switches.

This document applies to mechanical switching devices in conjunction with the requirements of AS/NZS 61058.1.This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 61058 1 1:2016, Switches for appliances — Part 1-1: Requirements for mechanical switches.

The modifications are additional requirements and are set out in Appendix ZZ, which has been added at the end of the source text.

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Closing date for comments 29/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 61058.1.2:2021 Switches for appliances, Part 1.2: Requirements for electronic switches

The objective of this document is to supplement or modify the corresponding clauses in AS/NZS 61058.1, so as to convert that publication into the standard Requirements for electronic switches.

This document applies to electronic switching devices in conjunction with the general requirements of AS/NZS 61058.1.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 61058 1 2:2016, Switches for appliances — Part 1-2: Requirements for electronic switches.

The modifications are additional requirements and are set out in Appendix ZZ, which has been added at the end of the source text.

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Closing date for comments 29/4/2021

DR AS/NZS 8008:2021 Timber - Finger-jointed structural timber - Product and performance requirements

The objective of this document is to provide specifications for finger-jointed structural timber, which can be used by manufacturers, designers and users, to facilitate the safe use of this product in structures.
The major changes in this edition include updates to the verification methods and performance requirements to enhance usability of this standard for the industry.
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Closing date for comments 19/4/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 63129:2021 Determination of inrush current characteristics of lighting products

The objective of this document is to describe a method, based on measurements combined with calculations, to determine specific characteristics of the inrush current of single and/or multiple lighting products of the same type.

Lighting products include the following:
(a) Light sources with integrated controlgear.
(b) Controlgear.
(c) Luminaires.
The inrush current characteristics that are determined are the following:
(i) The peak inrush current.
(ii) The inrush current pulse duration.

This document applies to lighting products connected to low-voltage 230 V AC 50/60 Hz electrical supply networks.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 63129:2020, Determination of inrush current characteristics of lighting products.

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Closing date for comments 13/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 16900.13:2021 Respiratory protective devices - Methods of test and test equipment Part 13: RPD using regenerated breathable gas and special application mining escape RDP

The objective of this standard is to specify tests which are specific to RPDs using regenerated breathable gas, compressed breathable gas with class L respiratory interfaces, and special application mining escape RPD.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 16900-13:2015 Respiratory protective devices - Methods of test and test equipment - Part 13: RPD using regenerated breathable gas and special application mining escape RPD: Consolidated test for gas concentration, temperature, humidity, work of breathing, breathing resistance, elastance and duration.

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Closing date for comments 14/4/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19115.1:2015 Amd 2 Geographic information - Metadata, Part 1: Fundamentals

This amendment applies to:
• Front cover
• Preface
• Amendment 2

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Closing date for comments 16/4/2021

DR SA/SNZ TS ISO 19163.2:2021 Geographic information — Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data, Part 2: Implementation schema

The objective of this document is to specify an implementation schema based on the content models for geographic imagery and gridded thematic data defined in SA TS ISO 19163.1.

This document defines a structure that is suitable for binding content components and specific encoding formats. It also provides an implementation schema for binding a concrete, implementable, conformance-testable coverage structure as defined in SA/SNZ TS ISO 19123.2.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/TS 19163 2:2020, Geographic information — Content components and encoding rules for imagery and gridded data — Part 2: Implementation schema.

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Closing date for comments 13/5/2021