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AA AWG51 - ALUMINUM ALLOY BUILDING WIRE INSTALLATION MANUAL AND DESIGN GUIDE Organization: AA
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: This publication covers installation procedures and design considerations for aluminum and aluminum alloy building wire and cable installations in industrial, commercial and residential applications not exceeding 600 volts.
UL - UL 854 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SERVICE-ENTRANCE CABLES - ELEVENTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING NOVEMBER 18, 2014 Organization: UL
Date: 2004-10-19
Description: Type SE cables that are not marked with conductor type letters or are marked with conductor type letters alone (²XHHW², ²RHW², or ²RHH OR RHW² not followed by ²cdrs² or the like) have insulated conductors that do not comply with the Thermoset-Insulated Wires and Cables, UL 44, horizontal flame test. Type SE cables that are marked for use in cable trays comply with a 70,000 Btu/h (20.5 kW) vertical-tray flame test as described in Sections 4 – 11 of the Standard for Vertical-Tray Fire-Propagation and Smoke-Release Test for Electrical and Optical-Fiber Cables, UL 1685 or the FT4/IEEE 1202 flame test as described in Sections 12 – 19 of UL 1685.
UL - SUBJECT 4128 - UL OUTLINE FOR INVESTIGATION INTERCELL AND INTERTIER CONNECTORS FOR USE IN ELECTROCHEMICAL BATTERY SYSTEM APPLICATIONS - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-06-08
Description: This standard does not directly apply to the following devices, but may be used to supplement the requirements within these standards when a device is evaluated to these standards: a) Devices produced integrally with flexible cord or cable that is covered by the Standard for Cord Sets and Power-Supply Cords, UL 817; b) Devices intended for connection to the branch circuit, such as attachment plugs, cord connectors, receptacles, inlets, and outlets that are covered by the Standard for Attachment Plugs and Receptacles, UL 498; c) Devices solely intended for direct connection to the branch circuit in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, and that are provided with contacts of the pin and sleeve type, that are covered by the Standard for Plugs, Receptacles, and Cable Connectors of the Pin and Sleeve Type, UL 1682; d) Devices consisting of wiring terminals and supporting blocks intended for the connection of wiring that are covered by the Standard for Terminal Blocks, UL 1059; e) Devices such as wire connectors and soldering lugs that are covered by the Standard for Wire Connectors, UL 486A-486B; the Standard for Splicing Wire Connectors, UL 486C; or the Standard for Equipment Wiring Terminals for Use with Aluminum and/or Copper Conductors, UL 486E; f) Devices such as single pole locking-type separable connectors that are covered by the Standard for Single Pole Locking-Type Separable Connectors, UL 1691.
UL - UL 1977 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY COMPONENT CONNECTORS FOR USE IN DATA, SIGNAL, CONTROL AND POWER APPLICATIONS - THIRD EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2016-01-07
Description: This standard does not directly apply to the following devices, but may be used to supplement the requirements within these standards when a device is evaluated to these standards: a) Devices produced integrally with flexible cord or cable that are covered by the Standard for Cord Sets and Power-Supply Cords, UL 817; b) Devices intended for connection to the branch circuit, such as attachment plugs, cord connectors, receptacles, inlets, and outlets, that are covered by the Standard for Attachment Plugs and Receptacles, UL 498; c) Devices solely intended for direct connection to the branch circuit in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, and that are provided with contacts of the pin and sleeve type, that are covered by the Standard for Plugs, Receptacles, and Cable Connectors of the Pin and Sleeve Type, UL 1682; d) Devices consisting of wiring terminals and supporting blocks intended for the connection of wiring that are covered by the Standard for Terminal Blocks, UL 1059; e) Devices intended for use with telecommunications networks, that are covered by the Standard for Information Technology Equipment – Safety – Part 1: General Requirements, UL 60950-1, or the Standard for Communications Circuit Accessories, UL 1863; f) Devices such as wire connectors and soldering lugs that are covered by the Standards for Wire Connectors, UL 486A-486B; Splicing Wire Connectors, UL 486C; or Equipment Wiring Terminals for Use with Aluminum and/or Copper Conductors, UL 486E; g) Devices such as quick-connect terminals that are covered by the Standard for Electrical Quick-Connect Terminals, UL 310.
UL - UL 2734 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE FOR INVESTIGATION CONNECTORS FOR USE WITH ON-BOARD ELECTRICAL VEHICLE (EV) CHARGING SYSTEMS - ISSUE 3 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-02-27
Description: This outline does not cover: a) Plugs, receptacles, and couplers for electric vehicles covered by the Standard for Plugs, Receptacles and Couplers for Electric Vehicles, UL 2251; b) Plugs, receptacles, and cable connectors, of the pin and sleeve type covered by the Standard for Plugs, Receptacles, and Cable Connectors, of the Pin and Sleeve Type, UL 1682; c) Devices molded integrally with flexible cord or cable that are covered by the Standard for Cord Sets and Power-Supply Cords, UL 817; d) Attachment plugs, cord connectors, and receptacles that are covered by the Standard for Attachment Plugs and Receptacles, UL 498; e) Single and multi-pole connectors, which may include 3 or more pilot contacts, intended for connection to copper conductors, for use in data, signal, control and power applications within and between electrical equipment, where exposed, that are covered by the Standard for Component Connectors for Use in Data, Signal, Control and Power Applications, UL 1977; f) Devices intended for use in hazardous (Classified) locations that are covered by the Standard for Explosion-Proof and Dust-Ignition-Proof Electrical Equipment for Use in Hazardous (Classified) Locations UL 1203; g) Devices consisting of wiring terminals and supporting blocks intended for the connection of wiring that are covered by the Standard for Terminal Blocks, UL 1059; h) Devices such as modular jacks and plugs that are intended for use with telecommunications networks, that are covered by the Standard for Information Technology Equipment Safety - Part 1: General Requirements, UL 60950-1, and the Standard for Communications-Circuit Accessories, UL 1863; i) Devices such as wire connectors and soldering lugs that are covered by the Standard for Wire Connectors, UL 486A-486B; the Standard for Splicing Wire Connectors, UL 486C; or the Standard for Equipment Wiring Terminals for Use with Aluminum and/or Copper Conductors, UL 486E; or j) Devices such as quick-connect terminals that are covered by the Standard for Electrical Quick-Connect Terminals, UL 310.
UL - UL 486C - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SPLICING WIRE CONNECTORS - SIXTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JANUARY 20, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-01-11
Description: This Standard applies to single-polarity, hand- or tool-applied splicing wire and cable connectors intended for use with all alloys of copper, aluminum conductors, or copper-clad aluminum conductors, or all three, in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code Part I, C22.1, in Canada, the National Electrical Code, NFPA-70, in the United States of America, or the Standard for Electrical Installations, NOM-001-SEDE, in Mexico, as follows: Note: Copper-clad aluminum conductors are for use only in the United States in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
UL - UL 486A-486B - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY WIRE CONNECTORS - SECOND EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JANUARY 20, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-01-11
Description: This Standard applies to single-polarity connectors for use with all alloys of copper or aluminum, or copper-clad aluminum conductors, or all three, for providing contacts between current-carrying parts, in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, C22.1, in Canada, the National Electrical Code, NFPA-70, in the United States of America, or the Standard for Electrical Installations, NOM-001-SEDE, in Mexico, as follows: Note: Copper-clad aluminum conductors are for use only in the United States in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70. a) pressure wire connectors intended to hold one or more conductor(s); b) connectors intended for use in appliances and equipment that comply with the requirements for such appliances and equipment; c) soldering connectors; d) splicing wire connectors intended for use with 4 AWG (21.2 mm2) or larger conductors; Note: A splicing wire and cable connector taking a range of conductor sizes may include conductor sizes smaller than 4 AWG (21.2 mm2).
UL - UL 486E - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY EQUIPMENT WIRING TERMINALS FOR USE WITH ALUMINUM AND/OR COPPER CONDUCTORS - FIFTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-30
Description: This Standard applies to equipment wiring terminals for use with all alloys of copper, aluminum, or copper-clad aluminum conductors, in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, as follows: a) equipment wiring terminals intended to hold one or more conductor(s); b) equipment wiring terminals intended for use in appliances and equipment that comply with the requirements for such appliances and equipment; c) ampere-rated equipment wiring terminals; d) horsepower rated equipment wiring terminals; and e) wire range rated equipment wiring terminals. These requirements apply to field wired equipment wiring terminals which are an integral part of the equipment, or are intended for use in specific equipment.
UL - UL 2695 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR DC RATED ATTACHMENT PLUGS AND OUTLET DEVICES INTENDED FOR USE WITH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT INSTALLED IN RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATIONS - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-04-02
Description: This Outline does not cover: a) Plugs, receptacles, and cable connectors, of the pin and sleeve type covered by the Standard for Plugs, Receptacles, and Cable Connectors, of the Pin and Sleeve Type, UL 1682; b) Attachment plugs, cord connectors, and receptacles covered by the Standard for Attachment Plugs and Receptacles, UL 498; c) Single and multi-pole connectors, which may include 3 or more pilot contacts, intended for connection to copper conductors, for use in data, signal, control and power applications within and between electrical equipment, where exposed, that are covered by the Standard for Component Connectors for Use in Data, Signal, Control and Power Applications, UL 1977; d) Devices consisting of wiring terminals and supporting blocks intended for the connection of wiring that are covered by the Standard for Terminal Blocks, UL 1059; e) Devices such as modular jacks and plugs that are intended for use with telecommunications networks that are covered by the Standard for Information Technology Equipment Safety – Part 1: General Requirements, UL 60950-1, and the Standard for Communications-Circuit Accessories, UL 1863; f) Devices such as wire connectors and soldering lugs covered by the Standard for Wire Connectors, UL 486A-486B; the Standard for Splicing Wire Connectors, UL 486C; or the Standard for Equipment Wiring Terminals for Use with Aluminum and/or Copper Conductors, UL 486E; or g) Devices such as quick-connect terminals covered by the Standard for Electrical Quick- Connect Terminals, UL 310.
CEI EN 62693 - INDUSTRIAL ELECTROHEATING INSTALLATIONS - TEST METHODS FOR INFRARED ELECTROHEATING INSTALLATIONS Organization: CEI
Date: 2014-04-01
Description: Such infrared emitters are especially thermal infrared emitters in the form of tubular, plate-like or otherwise shaped ceramics with a resistive element inside; infrared quartz glass tube or halogen lamp emitters with a hot filament as a source; non insulated elements made from molybdenum disilicide, silicon carbide or comparable materials; restive metallic heating elements made e.g. from nickel based alloys or iron-chromiumaluminium alloys; wide-spectrum arc lamps.ul> This standard is not applicable to infrared installations with lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as main sources – they are covered by IEC 62471:2006 [9], IEC 60825-1:2007 [6] and IEC/TR 60825-9:1999 [7]; appliances for use by the general public; appliances for laboratory use – they are covered by IEC 61010-1:2010 [8]; electroheating installations where resistance heated bare wires, tubes or bars are used as heating elements, and infrared radiation is not a dominant side effect of the intended use, covered by IEC 60519-2:2006 [5]; infrared heating equipment with a nominal combined electrical power of the infrared emitters of less than 250 W; handheld infrared equipment.
AA TH56 - ALUMINUM ELECTRICAL CONDUCTOR HANDBOOK - THIRD EDITION Organization: AA
Date: 1989-01-01
Description: Appendices follow the chapter to which each applies. Industry Standards (ASTM, NEMA, UL , ANSI, etc.) referred to herein are revised periodically; hence the latest edition of the Standard should be consulted.

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