UL 1692:2019-01 Polymeric Materials一Coil Forms.
1.1 These requirements cover parts made of polymeric materials that are used in electrical equipment and describe the various test procedures and their use in the testing of such parts and equipment.
1.2 These requirements do not cover the specific insulating systems that are covered by the requirements contained in the Standard for Systems of Insulating Materials, General, UL 1446.
1.3 Test procedures are provided herein for the evaluation of polymeric materials in specific applications. These test procedures include references to data obtained from small-scale property tests conducted under standard conditions as well as other practical means of evaluation.
1.4 A product that contains features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems new or different from those covered by the requirements in this Standard, and that involves a risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons shall be evaluated using the appropriate additional component and end-product requirements to determine that the level of safety as originally anticipated by the intent of this Standard is maintained. A product whose features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems conflict with specific requirements or provisions of this Standard shall not be judged to comply with this Standard. Where appropriate, revision of requirements shall be proposed and adopted in conformance with the methods employed for development, revision, and implementation of this Standard.
1.4 revised June 30, 1999
2 Glossary
2.1 RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK — A risk of electric shock is considered to exist at any part if:
a) The potential between the part and earth ground or any other accessible part is more than
42.4 V peak, and
b) The continuous current flow through a 1500 ohm resistor connected across the potential
exceeds 0.5 mA.
2.2 RISK OF FIRE — A risk of fire is considered to exist at any two points in a circuit where:
a) The open circuit voltage is more than 42.4 V peak and the energy available to the circuit under any condition of load, including short circuit, results in a current of 8 A or more after 1 minute of operation, or
b) A power of more than 15 watts can be delivered into an external resistor connected between
the two points.
3 General
3.1 If a value for measurement is followed by a value in other units, the use of either value can be expected to provide equivalent results in the application of such requirements. Each of the requirements is stated in SI units as well as in U.S. customary units. Equivalent, although not necessarily exactly identical results, are to be expected from applying a requirement in SI units or U.S. customary units. Equipment calibrated in metric units is to be used when a requirement is applied in metric terms.UL 1692 pdf download.