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IEEE - ANSI C37.47 - HIGH VOLTAGE CURRENT-LIMITING TYPE DISTRIBUTION CLASS FUSES AND FUSE DISCONNECTING SWITCHES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2000-05-03
Description: This ANSI standard contains specific requirements for more types of current-limiting fuses than IEC 60282-1. Use caution if devices specified and tested per ANSI/IEEE standards are compared to those specified and tested per IEC standards as they may or may not be the same.
IEEE - IEEE C37.48.1 - GUIDE FOR THE APPLICATION, OPERATION, AND COORDINATION OF HIGH - VOLTAGE (>1000 V) CURRENT-LIMITING FUSES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This guide provides information on the application, operation, and coordination of high-voltage (>1000 V) fuses and associated equipment. The information supplements that presented in IEEE Std C37.48™.
IEEE - IEEE C37.27 - GUIDE FOR LOW-VOLTAGE AC (635 V AND BELOW) POWER CIRCUIT BREAKERS APPLIED WITH SEPARATELY- MOUNTED CURRENT-LIMITING FUSES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2015-12-05
Description: This guide applies to unfused low-voltage ac power circuit breakers of the 635 V maximum voltage class with separately-mounted current-limiting fuses for use on ac circuits with available short-circuit currents of 200 000 A (rms symmetrical) or less.
IEEE - IEEE C37.43 - SPECIFICATIONS FOR HIGH- VOLTAGE EXPULSION, CURRENT-LIMITING, AND COMBINATION-TYPE DISTRIBUTION AND POWER CLASS EXTERNAL FUSES, WITH RATED VOLTAGES FROM 1 KV THROUGH 38 KV, USED FOR THE PROTECTION OF SHUNT CAPACITORS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-06-12
Description: These fuses may be used with capacitor units, groups of units, or entire banks and include specific capacitor line [group] and capacitor unit fuse types as follows: a) Current-limiting fuses b) Expulsion fuses c) Combination of current-limiting and expulsion fuses d) Fuse supports, fuse mountings, and accessories used with fuses of type a), type b), and type c) e) Current-limiting, expulsion, and combination-type capacitor fuses [type a), type b), and type c), respectively] used in fuse enclosure packages (FEPs) 1 Information on references can be found in Clause 2.
IEEE - IEEE 538 - LOW-VOLTAGE AC INTEGRALLY FUSED POWER CIRCUIT BREAKERS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1976-01-01
Description: This standard applies to enclosed low-voltage ac power circuit breakers as described in American National Standard for Low-Voltage AC Power circuit Breakers Used in Enclosures, C37.13-1973 (IEEE Std 20-1973), except that the circuit breakers discussed in this standard incorporate current-limiting fuses as an integral part of the circuit breaker. The entire device thereby becomes capable of interrupting short circuit currents up to 200 000 Arms and may be applied on circuits where the available short-circuit current does not exceed that amount.
IEEE - IEEE C37.302 - GUIDE FOR FAULT CURRENT LIMITER (FCL) TESTING OF FCLS RATED ABOVE 1000 V AC Organization: IEEE
Date: 2015-12-05
Description: This guide does not include constant impedance series reactors and single fuses. (For standards specific to these fault current limiting devices, see IEEE Std C57.16™1,2,3 and IEEE Std C37.46™ [B14]4).
IEEE - IEEE C37.13.1 - DEFINITE-PURPOSE SWITCHING DEVICES FOR USE IN METAL-ENCLOSED LOW-VOLTAGE (600 V AC AND BELOW) POWER CIRCUIT BREAKER SWITCHGEAR Organization: IEEE
Date: 2016-06-30
Description: This standard provides requirements for low-voltage (600 V ac and below) definite-purpose switching (LVDPS) devices (other than power circuit breakers) for use in metal-enclosed low-voltage power circuit breaker switchgear described in IEEE Std C37.20.1™.1 These switching devices may be used in motor control or other repetitive duty applications and have the following characteristics: a) Drawout type, three-pole construction b) Integral current-limiting fuses for short-circuit protection c) Power operated, with integral or separately mounted overcurrent protective devices In this standard, the term “LV-DPS device” denotes a low-voltage definite-purpose switching device conforming to the requirements of this standard.
IEEE - IEEE 384 - CRITERIA FOR INDEPENDENCE OF CLASS 1E EQUIPMENT AND CIRCUITS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-09-26
Description: The standard has been revised to permit the use of fuses as isolation devices in power circuits. Section 8 of IEEE Std 384-1981 was previously included to provide interim criteria for implementation of independence requirements for safe shutdown systems required for exposure fires. 10 CFR 50, Appendix R has since been issued to provide the requirements for safe shutdown; consequently, Section 8 has been eliminated from the present issue of this standard.
NEMA SG 10 - GUIDE TO OSHA AND NFPA 70E SAFETY REQUIREMENTS WHEN SERVICING AND MAINTAINING MEDIUM-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR, CIRCUIT BREAKERS, AND MEDIUM-VOLTAGE CONTROLLERS RATED ABOVE 1000 V Organization: NEMA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Switchgear assemblies and controller assemblies may contain, but are not limited to, devices such as power circuit breakers, contactors, interrupter switches, selector switches, power fuses, controls, instrumentation, metering, and other protective equipment.
IEEE - 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.
IEEE - IEEE C37.108 - GUIDE FOR THE PROTECTION OF NETWORK TRANSFORMERS Organization: IEEE
Date: 2002-03-21
Description: Annex D provides bibliographic references, such as IEEE ® Conference papers and IEEE Transaction papers, e.g., Anderson [B1].
IEEE - ANSI C57.12.55 - TRANSFORMERS USED IN UNIT INSTALLATIONS, INCLUDING UNIT SUBSTATIONSCONFORMANCE STANDARD - REPLACES NEMA C57.12.55-1987 Organization: IEEE
Date: 1987-01-01
Description: Typical accessories of a pad-mounted installation are fuses, lightning arresters, circuit breakers, motor starter controls, and the like.
UL - 977 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY FUSED POWER-CIRCUIT DEVICES - COMMENTS DUE: JANUARY 23, 2012 Organization: UL
Date: 2011-12-23
Description: 1.9 revised December 17, 1996 These requirements cover devices with provision for mounting Class L fuses or Class T fuses rated more than 600 A. These requirements cover complete, enclosed fused power-circuit devices in which the switch is integral with the enclosure; open-type fused power-circuit devices intended for mounting in other equipment, such as switchboards or in a separately shipped enclosure; and enclosures intended for mounting open-type fused power-circuit devices.
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:   Fused power-circuit devices have provisions for mounting (or are intended to be used with upstream) Class L fuses or Class T fuses rated more than 600 A.  These requirements cover complete, enclosed fused power-circuit devices in which the switch is integral with the enclosure; open-type fused power-circuit devices intended for mounting in other equipment, such as switchboards or in a separately shipped enclosure; and enclosures intended for mounting open-type fused power-circuit devices.

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