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|Applied Standard:||IEC 61032||Applied Figure:||Figure 7|
|Probe Tip Length:||20 ( 0, -0.05) Mm||Probe Tip Cylindrical Radius:||R2mm±0.05mm|
|Probe Tip Spherical Radius:||R4mm±0.05mm||Probe Tip Cylindrical Angle:||37°( 0, -10’)|
|Probe Tip Spherical Angle:||14°( 0, -10’)||Probe Length With Tip:||80mm±0.2mm|
Figure 7 Unjointed Test Probe,
IEC 61032 Unjointed Test Probe
IEC 61032 Figure 7 Test Probe 11
IEC 61032 Figure 7 Unjointed Test Probe 11 For Verifying Enclosure Openings
This probe conforms to the standard requirements of IEC61032 fig.7 test probe 11, IEC 60065:2014 clause 9.1.7, etc. This probe may be used to verify the protection of persons against access to hazardous parts and to verify the mechanical strength of openings in the enclosure of internal barriers.
|Probe Tip Length (mm)||20 0 -0.05|
|Probe Tip Cylindrical Radius (mm)||R2±0.05|
|Probe Tip Spherical Radius (mm)||R4±0.05|
|Probe Tip Cylindrical Angle (°)||37o 0 -10’|
|Probe Tip Spherical Angle (°)||14 o 0 -10’|
|Probe Diameter (mm)||Ф12 0 -0.05|
|Probe Length with Tip (mm)||80±0.2|
|Probe Material||Stainless Steel|
|Guard Diameter (mm)||Ф50|
|Guard Thickness (mm)||5±0.5|
|Handle Length (mm)||100|
Please refer to the relevant standards.
Take IEC 60065:2014 clause 9.1.7 as an example:
The enclosure of the apparatus shall be sufficiently resistant to external forces. Compliance is checked by the following tests:
by means of a rigid test finger according to IEC 61032:1997, test probe 11, a force of
50 N ± 5 N, directed inwards, is applied for 10 s to different points of the enclosure
including openings and textile coverings.
The force shall be so exerted by the tip of the test finger as to avoid wedge or lever action.
During the test, the enclosure shall not become HAZARDOUS LIVE, HAZARDOUS LIVE parts
shall not become ACCESSIBLE, textile coverings shall not touch HAZARDOUS LIVE parts.
The test probe doesn’t have built-in force, if specific applied force required, the test probe should work together with a force gauge. At the end of our probe handle, there is a M6 thread hole to match the force gauge. Showing as following reference picture:
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