IEC 60825-2:2004

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Abstract

Provides requirements and specific guidance for the safe operation and maintenance of optical fibre communication systems (OFCS). In these systems optical power may be accessible outside the confinements of transmitting equipment or at great distance from the optical source. This Part 2 requires the assessment of hazard levels at accessible locations as a replacement for classification according to IEC 60825-1. It applies to the complete installed end-to-end OFCS, including its components and subassemblies that generate or amplify optical radiation. Individual components and subassemblies that are sold only to OEM vendors for incorporation into a complete installed end-to-end OFCS need not be assessed to this standard, since the final OFCS should itself be assessed according to this standard. The objective of this Part 2 of IEC 60825 is to:
- protect people from optical radiation resulting from OFCS;
- provide requirements for manufacturers, installation organizations, service organizations and operating organizations in order to establish procedures and supply information so that proper precautions can be adopted;
- ensure adequate warnings are provided to individuals regarding the potential hazards associated with OFCS through the use of signs, labels and instructions.
The contents of the interpretation sheet 1 of April 2008 and 2 of June 2018 have been included in this copy.

Issue Date

2004-06-28

Category

MISC

Included in IECEE System

2007-10-01

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DISCLAIMER: National differences

The National differences and Group differences, National Deviations and Special National conditions (SNC), are based solely on information provided to the Secretariat by the IECEE Member Bodies and/or NCBs and other sources. The IEC/IECEE is not responsible for, nor will it take any position related to, the accuracy or validity of the information provided. To verify the current status of this type of information, we recommend contacting the Member Body (MB) or National Certification Body (NCB) of the relevant country.

Group Differences are applicable for CENELEC member countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

Group/Country

Reference

Last Modified

Differences

TRF Addendum

CanadaCanada

2017-05-02

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Laboratory Name

City

Country

Responsible National Certification Body

Littleton 01460

United States of America

Toronto

Canada

Modiin

Israel

Boxborough,

United States of America

Lake Forest,

United States of America

Kista

Sweden

Shanghai

China

LongHua District, ShenZhen

China

Seoul 08389

Korea, Republic of

Munich

Germany

Tel-Aviv

Israel

Shanghai

China

Shenzhen 518052

China

Yokohama,

Japan

Pleasanton,

United States of America

San Diego

United States of America

GORMLEY

Canada

Jiangsu

China

Shenzhen, Guangdong

China

Frankfurt

Germany

München

Germany

Mie 516-0021

Japan

Fremont,

United States of America

Research Triangle Park

United States of America

Id

Name

City

Country

13336

Toronto, Ontario

Canada

20269

Modiin

Israel

13371

Kista

Sweden

13365

Singapore

Singapore

13424

IL 60005

United States of America

13356

Seoul

Korea, Republic of

13343

Fontenay-Aux-Roses

France

13334

BRUSSELS 1070

Belgium

13597

Tel-Aviv

Israel

13354

Yokohama

Japan

13345

Nürnberg

Germany

13427

Singapore 609937

Singapore

13346

München

Germany

13423

Northbrook

United States of America

Id

Name

City

Country

13358

Gunpo-si,Gyeonggi-do, 15809

Korea, Republic of

13332

Vienna

Austria

13364

Warsaw

Poland