[Ex ia Ma] I,
[Ex ia Ga] IIC,
[Ex ia Da] IIIC
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 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.
The termination boards series HiCTBxx-… and HiCTFxx-… are passive devices for the connection of intrinsically safe associated apparatus (barriers) of up to 8, 16 or 32 modules maximum, that realized the interface between apparatus placed in hazardous area and other placed in safe area.
The HiCTBxx-... and HiCTFxx-… boards are installed inside of a plastic basement, that shall be placed in an enclousure with minimum degree of protection IP20.
The termination boards can be equipped, like the other versions, with different types of connection devices:
See ANNEXE Issue 4 for further description.
Certificate history (Details of changes for issues 1 to 3):
Variation 1 (Issue No. 1);
1.1 New model of termination board HiCTB32; it can hold up to 32 barrier modules.
1.2 New connecting devices for Ex-i side and for all HiCTBxx series boards; more specifically:
- new type of screw terminal blocks
- new type of terminal blocks: spring or multipole pluggable (PHOENIX CONTACT).
Termination boards model HiCTB08, HiCTB16 and new HiCTB32.
Variation 2 (Issue No.2):
2.1 Minor corrections to the drawing and marking.
2.2 New variants and models of the HiCTFxx termination boards
New variants of the termination boards HiCTBxx series with slightly greater dimensions. This boards are identified by the
extended typecode HiCTFxx (example HICTF08-XXX-XX-XXXXXX-XX-XX)
- HiCTF08 – eight modules holder (114mm x 89mm);
- HiCTF16 – sixteen modules holder (228mm x 89mm);
- HiCTF32 – thirty-two modules older (456mmx89mm);
The new termination boards can be equipped with different types of connection devices:
- screw terminals, type SC;
- spring terminals, type SP;
- sub D connector, type SD;
- pluggable connector, without flange, type PL
- pluggable connector, with flange, type PF (new connection device).
Variation 3 (Issue No.3):
3.1 - added Dust equipment marking;
3.2 - application of IEC 60079-26 Ed.2 (2006)
3.3 - formal change of Applicant’s address from Königsberger Allee 87 - 68307 Mannheim; to
3.4 - added alternative manufacturing location: Pepperl+Fuchs (Manufacturing) PTE LTD, 18 Ayer Rajah Crescent –
Singapore 139942, Singapore
3.5 - new dimentions:
the new variants of the termination boards HiCTBxx series with slightly greater dimensions. This
boards are identified by the typecode HiCTBxx (example HiCTB08-XXX-XX-XXXXXX-XX-XX)
HiCTB08 – eight modules holder (108mm x 89mm) or (160mm x 89mm) new;
HiCTB16 – sixteen modules holder (216mm x 89mm) or (240mm x 89mm) new;
HiCTB32 – thirty-two modules older (432mm x 89mm) or (480mm x 89mm) new;
Variation 4 (Issue No.4):
New versions of termination boards HiCTBxx-… series :new pcb dimensions and with tree level terminal blocks.
- HiCTB08-… pcb dimensions: 89 x 108 mm (P+F code 05-6622);
- HiCTB18-… pcb dimensions: 89 x 216 mm (P+F code 05-6623A);
- HiCTB32-… pcb dimensions: two pcb 89 x 216 mm (P+F code 05-6623A);
The termination boards HiCTBxx and HiCTFxx series, originally assessed in compliance withIEC 60079-0: 2004, IEC 60079-11: 2006, IEC 60079-26: 2006, IEC 61241-0: 2005, IEC 61241-11: 2005, have beenre-assessed on the basis of the standard:
- IEC 60079-0:2011 - Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: Equipment – General requirements
- IEC 60079-11:2011 - Explosive atmospheres - Part 11: Equipment protection by intrinsic safety "i"