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NAVY - AND10450 REV 1 CANC - INDICATOR WIRING DIAGRAM - ELECTRIC DIRECT CURRENT TURN AND BANK Organization: NAVY
Date: 1967-02-09
FAA - AD 99-NM-78 - DETECT AND CORRECT CHAFING OF THE DIRECT CURRENT POWERED FLOAT SWITCH WIRING INSULATION IN THE CENTER FUEL TANK AND THE RESULTANT ARCING FROM THE WIRING TO THE IN-TANK CONDUIT\BOEING\737-100 SERIES\737-200 SERIES\737-300 SERIES\737-400 SERIES\737-500 SERI Organization: FAA
NAVY - MIL-F-5372D - FUSE, CURRENT LIMITER TYPE, AIRCRAFT Organization: NAVY
Date: 1992-04-22
Description: The current limiters covered by this specification are intended for use in aircraft primary electrical power systems with an alternating current rating of l15/200V at 400 Hz, and a direct current rating of 28V. The main purposes of these devices are to protect wiring from excessive current flow, and to prevent damage to electrical equipment resulting from fault conditions.
MODUK - DEF STAN 61-7: PART 1 - IDENTIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS WIRING AND COMPONENTS PART 1: COLOUR CODING AND MARKING FOR POLARITY AND PHASE DISTINCTION IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - ISSUE 6; 09.90 Organization: MODUK
Date: 1990-09-14
Description: This Standard specifies the colour coding of terminations, conductor cores, busbars and main connections in direct and alternating current systems for land and shipboard applications.
NPFC - MIL-P-85576 - POWER SUPPLY PP-2581C/A Organization: NPFC
Date: 1987-08-04
Description: This specification establishes the performance, design, manufacture and acceptance requirements for the Power Supply, PP-2581C/A, for use in the Guided Missile Launcher LAU-7 Series (MIL-L-22620) to provide direct current (DC) power, firing circuit power, audio amplification, feedthrough wiring and passage of high pressure gas.
NASA-LLIS-0774 - LESSONS LEARNED - ELECTRICAL ISOLATION VERIFICATION (DC) Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-04-11
Description: Practice: Direct current (DC) electrical isolation verification tests are made as part of the EMC test of hardware prior to final spacecraft assembly.
IEC CISPR 8 SUPP - REPORTS AND STUDY QUESTION OF THE C.I.S.P.R. - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 1982-01-01
Description: Introduction Conducted interference current can be measured, without making direct contact with the source conductor and without modification of either the conductor or its circuit, by use of specially develop clamp-on current transformers.
DS/EN 60898-1/A1 - ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES - CIRCUIT-BREAKERS FOR OVERCURRENT PROTECTION FOR HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR INSTALLATIONS - PART 1: CIRCUIT-BREAKERS FOR A.C. OPERATION Organization: DS
Date: 2004-10-18
Description: This standard gives additional requirements for single- and two-pole circuit-breakers suitable for operation with direct current, having a rated d.c. voltage not exceeding 220 V for single-pole and 440 V for two-pole circuit-breakers, a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated d.c., short-circuit capacity not exceeding 10.000 A
NG DH 27 - DESIGN HANDBOOK - APPLICATION GUIDANCE FOR THE USE OF DISCONNECTOR AUXILIARY CONTACTS IN PROTECTION SCHEMES - ISSUE 1 Organization: NG
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: PURPOSE This design handbook offers guidance to CDUs in the use of disconnector auxiliary contacts in protection schemes for all light current replacement, new build and asset replacement work. It is not intended to direct CDUs to a particular solution.
SAE J2577 - HEAVY DUTY LAMP ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR STANDARD Organization: SAE
Date: 2015-09-01
Description: This document provides design and performance requirements based upon the mechanical, electrical and environmental conditions and covers applications of connectors for direct current electrical systems of 24 V nominal or less in heavy-duty signaling and marking devices.
DS/IEC 62548 - PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ARRAYS – DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-10-04
Description: The object of this document is to address the design safety requirements arising from the particular characteristics of photovoltaic systems. Direct current systems, and PV arrays in particular, pose some hazards in addition to those derived from conventional AC power systems, including the ability to produce and sustain electrical arcs with currents that are not greater than normal operating currents.
ISO 11452-4 - ROAD VEHICLES - COMPONENT TEST METHODS FOR ELECTRICAL DISTURBANCES FROM NARROWBAND RADIATED ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY - PART 4: HARNESS EXCITATION METHODS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-12-15
Description: The bulk current injection (BCI) test method is based on current injection into the wiring harness using a current probe as a transformer where the harness forms the secondary winding.
UL 498 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ATTACHMENT PLUGS AND RECEPTACLES - FIFTEENTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JULY 7, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-03-30
Description: These requirements cover attachment plugs, receptacles, cord connectors, inlets, current taps provided with wiring terminals for flexible cord, and flatiron and appliance plugs - all intended for connection to a branch circuit for use in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
SAE ARP5413 - CERTIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR THE INDIRECT EFFECTS OF LIGHTNING Organization: SAE
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: Equipment hazards addressed include those due to indirect effects on equipment and its associated wiring that is mounted on the aircraft exterior as well as indirect effects on equipment and its associated wiring located within the aircraft interior.
UL 1004 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC MOTORS - FIFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 10, 2006 Organization: UL
Date: 1994-06-03
Description: These requirements cover commutator motors of the series, shunt, compound, and permanent-magnet-field types rated 5 horsepower (3.7 kW) or less, 250 volts or less, alternating current or direct current. These requirements cover electric motors other than those specified in 1.2 rated 7200 volts or less, including commutator motors of the repulsion type only.
UL - 1004 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC MOTORS Organization: UL
Date: 2010-09-15
Description: These requirements cover commutator motors of the series, shunt, compound, and permanent-magnet-field types rated 5 horsepower (3.7 kW) or less, 250 volts or less, alternating current or direct current. These requirements cover electric motors other than those specified in 1.2 rated 7200 volts or less, including commutator motors of the repulsion type only.
DSF/FPREN 62548 - DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ARRAYS Organization: DS
Description: The object of this standard is to address the design safety requirements arising from the particular characteristics of photovoltaic systems. Direct current systems, and photovoltaic arrays in particular, pose some hazards in addition to those derived from conventional a.c. power systems, including the ability to produce and sustain electrical arcs with currents that are not greater than normal operating currents.
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2760 - LIGHTNING EFFECTS ON HYDRAULIC TRANSPORT ELEMENTS IN COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: A unique approach in analysis has been taken to account that hydraulic transport elements, as a part of several aircraft systems, have a common interface with electrical wiring, and become complex electric networks. When an aircraft is exposed to a direct lightning strike, a metal skin on the wings and fuselage will conduct lightning currents in a way that only a small amount of induced electromagnetic energy will be present on hydraulic transport elements.
IEC/TS 62548 - PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) ARRAYS – DESIGN REQUIREMENTS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: The object of this Technical Specification is to address the design safety requirements arising from the particular characteristics of photovoltaic systems. Direct current systems, and PV arrays in particular, pose some hazards in addition to those derived from conventional a.c. power systems, including the ability to produce and sustain electrical arcs with currents that are not greater than normal operating currents.
EUROCAE ED 81 - CERTIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR THE INDIRECT EFFECTS OF LIGHTING - AMENDMENT 1: AUGUST 26, 1999 Organization: EUROCAE
Date: 1996-05-01
Description: Equipment hazards addressed include those due to indirect effects on equipment and its associated wiring that is mounted on the aircraft exterior as well as indirect effects on equipment and its associated wiring located within the aircraft interior.

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