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By compiler:

This glossary was created out of several informations available from the internet and out of my daily work in the office.
Some of you may find valuable information in this glossary.
It was created beginning end of 2001 and was collected within Golden Section Organizer 1.30.

If you have any additions, error corrections or any other comments please feel free to contact me. I cannot be held responsible if some of the informations are not true. So use at your own risk.
But if you find a false information or an information that should be integrated please tell me and I'll correct or add it.

Have fun with the glossary and the technical informations and enjoy it. I'll hope you find it useful.

History:
July 2004:
Mainly minor additions/changes and typo fixes. Now reached a filesize of 21.459.025 Bytes
April 2004:
Added RAL color table, some minor additions/chages
June 2003:
Added some additional ATM informations. Changed display of the information (now vertically tiled)
May 2003:
Some minor changes and additions, added MAC Address information and Port Number informations.
January 2003:
I'm finished so far. All informations on coaxial cables are now implemented. Thus here is the next release of the TechLibrary.
November 2002:
I added lots of internal links and fixed some errors (deleting duplicates, writing errors etc.). Also some records were fixed through creating new records and retyping the data in, that didn't show in print preview (Don't know why). Thus it might happen that some links don't work properly. I tried to fix all of them but maybe I forgot some. If anyone finds a false link, please tell me.
Started adding informations about coaxial cables (this will take some time...)
October 2002:
The first release for the new WinOrganizer Version 2.x is ready. There are still some internal references (GSO links) missing which will be added for the next release. Also some technical tables are missing.
September 2002:
WinOrganizer 2.0 has been released. Restructured the data again. The glossary is now in an own folder. I added also a note for tables of information and more details to link to. As copying all the data from the 'old' glossary I also removed some errors I found. Renamed file from glossary.gso to techlibrary.gso, as this name is closer to the topic of the stored data.
July 2002:
Conversion and redesign for the upcoming 2.0 version and use of some new features of the new version. I also added additional informations, so it changes more and more from a glossary to a technical database.
April 2002:
Now at the first release (April 2002) the file size is around 1.7 Megs (.gso file). Intended only as glossary.

--
09 july 2004, Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Karl Loncarek

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  Protection of devices
  VDE cable naming conventions (german)


Protection of devices: "IP Protection classifications"
IP Definitions See also IP Protection classifications according to DIN 40050/IEC 529 
The Ip Code for environmental classifications is arranged much like a drive model number as seen here:
IP 2 3 C H
1. Code Letters (International Protection)
2. First Characteristic Numeral (0-6 or X)
3. Second Characteristic Numeral (0-6 or X)
4. Additional Letter (optional, A, B, C, or D)
5. Supplementary Letter (optional, H, M, S, or W)
 
The two additonal characters in the IP code refer to special situations such as differing degrees of specific protection against hazardous parts.
 
First Numeral
Brief Description
Definition
0
Non-protected
 
1
Protected against solid foreign objects 50 mm diameter and larger
The object probe, sphere of 50 mm shall not fully penetrate.
2
Protected against solid foreign object 12.5 mm diameter and larger
The object probe, sphere of 12.5 mm shall not fully penetrate.
3
Protected against solid foreign objects 2.5 mm diameter and larger
The object probe, sphere of 2.5 mm shall not fully penetrate.
4
Protected against solid foreign objects 1.0 mm diameter and larger
The object probe, sphere of 1.0 mm shall not fully penetrate.
5
Dust protected
Ingress of dust is not totally prevented, but dust shall not penetrate in a quantity to interfere with satiyfactory operation of the apparatus or to impair safety.
6
Dust-tight
No ingress of dust.
 
Second Numeral
Brief Description
Definition
0
Non-protected
 
1
Protected against vertically falling water drops
Vertically falling drops shall have no harmful effects.
2
Protected against vertically falling water drops when enclosure tilted up to 15
Vertically falling drops shall have no harmful effects when the enclosure is tilted at any angle up to 15 either side of vertical.
3
Protected against spraying water
Water sprayed at an angle up to 60 on either side of vertical shall have no harmful effects.
4
Protected against splashing water
Water splashed against the enclosure from any directions shall have no harmful effects.
5
Protected against water jets
Water projected in jets against the enclosure from any directions shall have no harmful effects
6
Protected against powerful water jets
Water projected in powerful jets against the enclosure from any directions shall have no harmful effects.
7
Protected when dunked
Water protected when dunked into water
8
Protected when dunked with pressure
Water protected when dunked into water with higher pressure
 
Regarding "finger-safe"
First Numeral
Brief Description
Definition
0
Non-protected
 
1
Protected against access to hazardous parts with the back of a hand.
The access probe of 50 mm shall have adequate clearance from hazardous parts.
2
Protected against access to hazardous parts with a finger.
The access probe of 12.5 mm, 80 mm length shall have adequate clearance from hazardous parts.
3
Protected against access to hazardous parts with a tool.
The access probe of 2.5 mm shall not penetrate.
4
Protected against access to hazardous parts with a wire.
The access probe of 1.0 mm shall not penetrate.
5
Protected against access to hazardous parts with a wire.
The access probe of 1.0 mm shall not penetrate.
6
Protected against access to hazardous parts with a wire. 
The access probe of 1.0 mm shall not penetrate.
 

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