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DR AS/NZS 1158.1.1:2021 Lighting for roads and public spaces - Vehicular traffic (Category V) lighting - Performance and design requirements

The objective of this document is to specify performance and design requirements for Category V lighting schemes, including requirements relating to the energy efficiency of the luminaires used. It also specifies the luminaire data and other design data that is needed to facilitate the lighting design and the assessment of conformance to the requirements of this document.

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Closing date for comments 18/6/2021

DR AS/NZS 17420.2:2021 Respiratory protective devices — Performance requirements, Part 2: Requirements for filtering RPD

The objective of this document is to specify requirements for the performance and testing of filtering respiratory protective devices (RPD) in accordance with their classification and for use in the workplace to protect the wearer from hazardous atmospheres and/or environments.

Requirements for RPD elements and components are also specified in this document.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, ISO 17420 2:2021, Respiratory protective devices — Performance requirements — Part 2: Requirements for filtering RPD.

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Closing date for comments 24/5/2021

DR AS/NZS 3017:2021 Electrical installations – Verification inspection and testing

This document aims to provide people who carry out inspections and tests of an electrical installation with some methods of checking that the electrical installation complies with the safety requirements for the prevention of fire and the protection of persons and livestock from electric shock.

AS/NZS 3000, Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules), requires electrical installations to be inspected and tested before being placed in service. The inspection and test methods are provided as a means for satisfying these requirements. Alternative methods are acceptable.

This document has been revised to align with AS/NZS 3000:2018, and to include the following:
(a) Additional tests for measurement of the resistance of the earth electrode and measurement of touch voltage.
(b) Tests for phase sequence.
(c) Tests of the continuity and high resistance of the incoming neutral.

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Closing date for comments 1/7/2021

DR AS/NZS 4024.2804:2021 Safety of machinery, Part 2804: Safety-related sensors used for the protection of persons

The objective of this document is to set out requirements for the development and integration of safety related sensors (SRS) and safety related sensor systems (SRSS) used for protection of persons with special attention to systematic capabilities.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC TS 62998-1:2019, Safety of machinery — Safety-related sensors used for the protection of persons.

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Closing date for comments 16/6/2021

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 60598.2.23:2021 Luminaires, Part 2.3: Particular requirements - Extra-low-voltage lighting systems for ELV light sources

The objective of this document is to specify requirements for extra-low-voltage lighting systems for ELV light sources, intended for ordinary interior use on supply voltages not exceeding 1 000 V. The luminaires, being connected in parallel, are supplied via freely suspended continuous supporting conductors or profiles, the current in the ELV part of the system not exceeding 25 A.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 60598‑2‑23:2020, Luminaires — Part 2-23: Particular requirements — Extra-low-voltage lighting systems for ELV light sources. 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 25/5/2021

DR AS/NZS 62386.105:2021 Digital addressable lighting interface, Part 105: Particular requirements for control gear and control devices - Firmware Transfer

The objective of this document is to specify requirements for firmware transfer for control gear and control devices.

This document is an adoption with national modifications, and has been reproduced from, IEC 62386 105:2020, Digital addressable lighting interface — Part 105: Particular requirements for control gear and control devices — Firmware Transfer. 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 25/5/2021

DR AS/NZS IEC 63103:2021 Lighting equipment - Non-active mode power measurement

The objective of this document is to specify methods of measurement of electrical power consumption in non-active mode(s), as applicable for electrical lighting equipment. This includes electrical lighting equipment incorporating non-illumination components.

This document specifies neither performance requirements nor limits on power consumption.

This document applies to lighting equipment connected to a supply voltage up to 1 500 V DC or up to 1 000 V AC.

This document is intended to be referenced by lighting equipment product standards for the measurement of non-active mode power consumption. Details for the non-active mode power consumption measurement and data presentation are specified in the product standards.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, IEC 63103:2020, Lighting equipment - Non-active mode power measurement.

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Closing date for comments 25/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 16900.12:2021 Respiratory protective devices – Methods of test and test equipment, Method 12: Determination of volume-averaged work of breathing and peak respiratory pressures

The objective of this document is to specify the test methods for determining the volume-averaged work of breathing and peak respiratory pressures imposed by the respiratory protective device (RPD).

Elastic work, elastic physiological effects, and information on physiological effects of work of breathing (WOB) are specified in AS ISO 16900.4 and are not included in this test method.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 16900-12:2016 Respiratory protective devices – Methods of test and test equipment – Part 12: Determination of volume-averaged work of breathing and peak respiratory pressures.

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Closing date for comments 26/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 17420.3:2021 Respiratory Protective Devices – Performance requirements, Part 3: Thread Connection

The objective of this document is to apply to an unassisted filtering device and specify a standard thread connection between a filter and the respiratory interface as required in AS/NZS 17420.2.

This document also includes the description of test simulators that are necessary for the assessment of some of the requirements.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 17420 3:2012, Respiratory protective devices — Performance requirements — Part 3: Thread connection.

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Closing date for comments 24/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 18526.1:2021 Eye and face protection — Test methods, Method 1: Geometrical optical properties

The objective of this document is to specify the reference test methods for determining the spherical, cylindrical, and prismatic refractive power properties of unmounted and mounted plano lenses (non-corrective lenses) for eye and face protectors.

This document does not apply to any eye and face protection product requirement standards for which other test methods are specified.

Other test methods can be used provided they have been shown to be equivalent and include uncertainties of measurement no greater than those required by the reference method.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 18526‑1:2020, Eye and face protection — Test methods — Part 1: Geometrical optical properties.

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Closing date for comments 28/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 18526.2:2021 Eye and face protection — Test methods, Method 2: Physical optical properties

The objective of this document is to specify the reference test methods for determining the physical optical properties of personal eye and face protectors.

This document does not apply to any eye and face protection products for which the requirements standard(s) specifies other test methods.

Other test methods can be used provided they have been shown to be equivalent and include uncertainties of measurement no greater than those required of the reference method.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 18526‑2:2020, Eye and face protection — Test methods — Part 2: Physical optical properties.

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Closing date for comments 28/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 18526.3:2021 Eye and face protection — Test methods, Method 3: Physical and mechanical properties

The objective of this document is to specify the reference test methods for determining the physical and mechanical properties of eye and face protectors.

This document does not apply to any eye and face protection products for which the requirements standard(s) specifies other test methods.

Other test methods can be used if shown to be equivalent and include uncertainties of measurement no greater than those required of the reference method.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 18526‑3:2020, Eye and face protection — Test methods — Part 3: Physical and mechanical properties.

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Closing date for comments 28/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 18526.4:2021 Eye and face protection — Test methods, Method 4: Headforms

The objective of this document is to specify the dimensions and tolerances of the headforms used for the testing of eye and face protectors.

Additional information is given for:
(a) anthropometric measurement methods;
(b) anthropometric data for head and face dimensions; and
(c) human test panels.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 18526‑4:2020, Eye and face protection — Test methods — Part 4: Headforms.

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Closing date for comments 28/5/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO 19148:2021 Geographic information — Linear referencing

The objective of this document is to specify a conceptual schema for locations relative to a one-dimensional object as measurement along (and optionally offset from) that object. It defines a description of the data and operations required to use and support linear referencing.

This document is applicable to transportation, utilities, environmental protection, location-based services, and other applications which define locations relative to linear objects. For ease of reading, most examples discussed in this document come from the transportation domain.

This document is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO 19148:2021, Geographic information—Linear referencing.

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Closing date for comments 23/6/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO/IEC/IEEE 21839:2021 Systems and software engineering — System of systems (SoS) considerations in life cycle stages of a system

The objective of this Standard is to provide a set of critical system of systems (SoS) considerations to be addressed at key points in the life cycle of the system of interest (SoI). This document refers to considerations that apply to an SoI that is a constituent system that interacts in an SoS. The considerations and life cycle model align with those which are already defined in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 24748 — 1. Selected subsets of these considerations can be applied throughout the life of systems through the involvement of stakeholders. The ultimate goal is to achieve customer satisfaction, so that when delivered, the SoI will operate effectively in the operational or business environment which is typically characterized as one or more systems of systems.

This document concerns those systems that are man-made and are configured with one or more of the following: hardware, software, humans, procedures and facilities.

This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC/IEEE 21839:2019, Systems and software engineering — System of systems (SoS) considerations in life cycle stages of a system.

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Closing date for comments 16/6/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO/IEC/IEEE 21840:2021 Systems and software engineering - Guidelines for the utilization of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 in the context of system of systems (SoS)

The objective of this Standard is to provide guidance on the application of processes in ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 to systems of systems (SoS). The scope of this document is the same as ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, which addresses more than systems engineering activities.

This document provides general guidance for each ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 process and process outcome in the context of SoS, but it does not address specific activities, tasks, methods, or procedures. Additional processes and process outcomes unique to SoS can still be needed and are not covered by this document.

This document explores the similarities and differences between systems and SoS and, by extension, the similarities and differences between engineering of systems and SoS. The guidance contained in this document is expected to evolve as the discipline matures.

This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC/IEEE 21840:2019, Systems and software engineering — Guidelines for the utilization of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 in the context of system of systems (SoS)

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Closing date for comments 16/6/2021

DR AS/NZS ISO/IEC/IEEE 21841:2021 Systems and software engineering — Taxonomy of systems of systems

The objective of this Standard is to define a normalized taxonomy for systems of systems (SoS) to facilitate communications among stakeholders. It also briefly explains what a taxonomy is and how it applies to the SoS to aid in understanding and communication.

This Standard is identical with, and has been reproduced from, ISO/IEC/IEEE 21841:2019.

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Closing date for comments 16/6/2021