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ISO 6469-3:2001

Electric road vehicles - Safety specifications - Part 3: Protection of persons against electric hazards

This part of ISO 6469 specifies requirements for the protection of persons against electrical hazards on exclusively battery-powered electric road vehicles (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) when the vehicles are not connected to an external power supply.

It is applicable only if the maximum working voltage of an on-board electrical circuit is lower than 1000 V a.c., or 1500 V d.c. or lower, according to national standards or regulations (e.g. for qualification of service personnel). It does not necessarily apply to assembly, maintenance and repair of these vehicles.

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