Ex d IIC T5 or T6 Gb
ta= -55°C/-40°C to 40°C/50°C/65°C
This certificate is issued as verification that a sample(s), representative of production, was assessed and tested and found to comply with the IEC Standard list below and that the manufacturer's quality system, relating to the Ex products covered by this certificate, was assessed and found to comply with the IECEx Quality system requirements. This certificate is granted subject to the conditions as set out in IECEx Scheme Rules, IECEx 02 and Operational Documents as amended.
This Unit verification certificate is issued as verification that the Apparatus identified on page 1, was assessed and tested and found to comply with the IEC Standard list below. This certificate is granted subject to the conditions as set out in IECEx Scheme Rules, IECEx 02 and Operational Documents as amended.
The electrical apparatus and any acceptable variations to it specified in the schedule of this certificate and the identified documents, was found to comply with the following standards:
As this is a Unit Verification Certificate, no QAR is applicable as this certificate is specific to the items listed by serial number or other unique identification.
2- Connector Style
3- Cable Adaptor Styles
4- Grommet (cable)/ Thread Size
5- Shell Size
6- Quality of Contact
7- Size of Contacts
8- Contact Gender
9- Pigtail length
The temperature class and ambient temperature can be varied based on the maximum wattage in the connector. The maximum wattage is determined from the maximum current and resistance values of the conductors used in the connector using ohm’s law and industry standards for resistive values of the conductors.
Note: the ambient temperature can be extended down to -55°C when potted with Hysol EE4183
“Schedule of Limitations” :
1. Cable Glands used in the assembly shall be IECEx certified components with equivalent or superior ratings to those marked on the connectors and suitable for the supplied cable
2. The connectors must be electrically isolated before connecting or disconnecting the connector halves
3. Protective covers must be secured when the connectors are not engaged