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IEEE PROTECTIVE RELAYING - PROTECTIVE RELAYING SYSTEMS**NO LONGER SOLD AS A COLLECTION SEE IEEE C37.90, C37.90.1, C37.90.2* ANSI C13.2, ANSI C13.3 C37.108, ANSI C37.91,C37.93,C37.95,C37.96,C37.97,C37.99,C37.101, C37.102,C37.103,C37.105,C37.106,C37.108,C37.109,C37.111,C37.13.1 Organization: IEEE
ECIA - EIA-407 - TESTING PROCEDURES FOR RELAYS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Organization: ECIA
Date: 1978-01-01
Description: The standard is intended for relays that perform general switching functions in military and commercial systems: it is not applicable to the following electromagnetic switching devices, some of which are covered by other standards: Choppers Circuit breakers Contactors Motor-driven time-delay relays Relays associated with electric power apparatus Stepping relays Pneumatic and hydraulic relays Reed switch relays (EIA Standard RS-436) Thermal relays Solid state relays (EIA Standard RS-443) For the definition of the various relay terms cited in this publication refer to: (1) ANSI C83.16-1971 American National Standard Definitions and Terminology for Relays for Electronic Equipment.
IEEE 357 - GUIDE FOR PROTECTIVE RELAYING OF UTILITY- CONSUMER INTERCONNECTIONS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1973-05-24
Description: Scope and Purpose This guide has been prepared to aid in the effective and uniform application of fuses, relays, and their associated switching equipment located at the point of interconnection between the utility and the consumer electrical systems.
UL 1053 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY GROUND-FAULT SENSING AND RELAYING EQUIPMENT - SEVENTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING NOVEMBER 19, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-08-05
Description: These requirements cover ground-fault current sensing devices, relaying equipment, or combinations of ground-fault current sensing devices and relaying equipment or equivalent protection equipment for use in ordinary locations that will operate to cause a disconnecting device to open all ungrounded conductors at predetermined values of ground-fault current, in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
ATIS 0100513 - FRAME RELAY DATA COMMUNICATION SERVICE -ACCESS, USER INFORMATION TRANSFER, DISENGAGEMENT, AND AVAILABILITY PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS Organization: ATIS
Date: 2003-02-01
Description: For comparability and completeness, frame relay performance is considered in the context of the 3x3 performance matrix defined in ANSI X3.102-1992.
DSF/FPREN 60255�-127 - MEASURING RELAYS AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT -- PART 127: FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OVER/UNDER VOLTAGE PROTECTION Organization: DS
Description: This part of IEC 60255 specifies minimum requirements for over/under voltage relays. The standard includes specification of the protection function, measurement characteristics and time delay characteristics.
ATIS 1000618 - INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK (ISDN) – CORE ASPECTS OF FRAME PROTOCOL FOR USE WITH FRAME RELAY BEARER SERVICE Organization: ATIS
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: Scope and purpose This standard provides a description of the protocol to support the data transfer phase of the Frame Relay bearer service as defined in ANSI T1.606, Frame relaying bearer service – Architectural framework and service description including Addendum 1.
IEEE - ANSI C37.1 - STANDARD DEFINITION, SPECIFICATION, AND ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS USED FOR SUPERVISORY CONTROL, DATA ACQUISITION, AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL Organization: IEEE
Date: 1987-07-06
Description: This standard does not apply to electomechanical or static, protective-relaying equipment. (See ANSI/IEEE C37.90-1978 (R 1982) [li]," ANSI/IEEE C37.91-1985 [13], ANSI/IEEE ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1974 (R 1979) [12] , C37.93-1976 [14] , ANSI/IEEE C37.95-1973, (R 1980) [15], ANSI/IEEE C37.96-1976 (R 1981) [16], and ANSI/IEEE C37.97-1979 (R 1984) [17].
IEEE 501 - SEISMIC TESTING OF REALAYS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1978-04-28
Description: The purpose of this standard is to establish procedures for determining the seismic capabilities of protective and auxiliary relays. These procedures employ what has been called fragility testing in ANSI/IEEE Std 344- 1975, Recommended Practices for Seismic Qualification of Class IE Equipment for Nuclear Power Generating Stations.
NEMA - ANSI C12.22 - PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION FOR INTERFACING TO DATA COMMUNICATION NETWORKS Organization: NEMA
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This standard extends the concepts of ANSI C12.18/MC12.18/IEEE 1701, ANSI C12.21/MC12.18/IEEE 1702, and ANSI C12.19/MC12.19/ IEEE 1377 standards to allow transport of Table data over any reliable networking communications system.
UL 1008A - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY MEDIUM-VOLTAGE TRANSFER SWITCHES - FIRST EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING APRIL 17, 2013 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-03-30
Description: These requirements cover transfer switches together with their associated control devices including, but not limited to, voltage sensing relays, frequency sensing relays, and time delay relays. An automatic transfer switch as covered by these requirements is a device that automatically transfers a common load from a normal supply to an alternate supply in the event of failure of the normal supply, and automatically returns the load to the normal supply when the normal supply is restored.
IEEE C37.100 - STANDARD DEFINITIONS FOR POWER SWITCHGEAR Organization: IEEE
Date: 1992-03-19
Description: The 1981 revision of this standard incorporated the definitions formerly contained in IEEE C37.90-1978, IEEE Standard for Relays and Relay Systems Associated with Electric Power Apparatus (ANSI). The agreement to move these definitions from IEEE C37.90-1978 to IEEE C37.100-1981 was based on identifying the definitions for prime responsibility.
ISA TR75.25.02 - CONTROL VALVE RESPONSE MEASUREMENT FROM STEP INPUTS Organization: ISA
Date: 2000-01-01
Description: As described in ANSI/ISA-75.05.01-2000, typical examples include a positioner, transducer, signal booster relay, air set, snubber, etc. Purpose This technical report describes the characteristic response of a control valve to step input signal changes.
UL 1008A OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR TRANSFER SWITCH EQUIPMENT, OVER 600 VOLTS - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2006-08-02
Description: These requirements cover transfer switches together with their associated control devices including voltage sensing relays, frequency sensing relays, time delay relays, and the like. An automatic transfer switch as covered by these requirements is a device that automatically transfers a common load from a normal supply to an alternate supply in the event of failure of the normal supply, and automatically returns the load to the normal supply when the normal supply is restored.
ISA 60079-5 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 5: EQUIPMENT PROTECTION BY POWDER FILLING “Q” - THIRD EDITION; 12.00.04 Organization: ISA
Date: 2009-07-24
Description: NOTE 1 Electrical equipment and Ex components protected by powder filling "q" may contain electronic circuits, transformers, protection fuses, relays, intrinsically safe electrical apparatus, associated electrical apparatus, switches, etc.
TIA/EIA-662.013 - PERSONAL WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INTEROPERABILITY STANDARD (PWT) - PART 13 - DATA SERVICES ACCESS PROFILES A AND B CLASS 1 Organization: TIA
Date: 1998-11-01
Description: It is part of a family of profiles that build upon and extend each other, aimed at the general connection of terminals supporting non-voice services to a fixed infrastructure, private and public. This section specifies a generic frame relay service for use within closed user groups (CUG, see section 3 Definitions and Abbreviations).
NECA NEIS 700 - STANDARD FOR INSTALLING OVERCURRENT PROTECTION TO ACHIEVE SELECTIVE COORDINATION Organization: NECA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: It applies to: a) Devices rated 600 V and less b) Fuses c) Circuit breakers Products and Applications Excluded This standard does not apply to: a) Overcurrent protective devices rated more than 600 V b) Protective relays c) Protection of conductors, transformers, motors or other equipment Regulatory and Other Requirements a) All information in this publication is intended to conform to the National Electrical Code® (ANSI/NFPA Standard 70).
UL 1008S - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SOLID-STATE TRANSFER SWITCHES - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2012-11-15
Description:   These requirements cover transfer switches together with their associated control devices including voltage sensing relays, frequency sensing relays, time delay relays, and the like.  An automatic transfer switch as covered by these requirements is a device that automatically transfers a common load from a normal supply to an alternate supply in the event of failure of the normal supply, and automatically returns the load to the normal supply when the normal supply is restored.
ATIS 0100312 - VOICE PACKETIZATION – PACKETIZED VOICE PROTOCOL Organization: ATIS
Date: 1991-05-01
Description: This standard does not address the following issues: — services based on the interface; — implementation techniques; — performance guidelines relative to the use of packetized speech; — equipment aspects; — trunk-signaling, link-establishment, and call-establishment procedures for switched virtual circuits; — data-only issues, combined data/voice issues, and frame relay issues; — speech packetization in Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) (B-ISDN) systems.
UL 977 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FUSED POWER-CIRCUIT DEVICES - FIFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JULY 29, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-04-30
Description:   These requirements also cover electrically tripped and/or operated devices that have been investigated to determine their acceptability for ground-fault protection when combined with ground-fault sensing and relaying equipment as follows: a) Switches for use with Class I ground-fault sensing and relaying equipment including those devices that are capable of interrupting 12 times their rated current or that have integral means intended to prevent disconnecting at levels of fault current exceeding the contact interrupting capability of the switch.

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