Based on the measured operating voltage and insulation level, the distance can be determined by looking up the required clearances.
GB 8898-2001: The main factors for consideration of clearances are the components of the working voltage, voltage, and voltage that are galvanically connected to the mains supply in the range of 220-250 V. These values are equal to those corresponding to the peak voltage of 354 V: Basic insulation 3.0 Mm, reinforced insulation 6.0mm.
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