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UL 508A - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY INDUSTRIAL CONTROL PANELS - SECOND EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JULY 31, 2017 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-12-20
Description: The evaluation of a pre-fabricated building, structure, or platforms supplied with industrial control panels are not covered by the requirements in this standard.
CRC - ENERGY-EFFICIENT ELECTRIC - ENERGY-EFFICIENT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS Organization: CRC
Date: 2017-03-09
Description: The book first provides a general overview of basic power systems commonly available in buildings. Then, detailed discussions of various components of typical building electrical distribution system are outlined through several chapters including transformers, protection devices, conductors and conduits, power and lighting panels, and motor control centers.
UL 1693 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC RADIANT HEATING PANELS AND HEATING PANEL SETS - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING OCTOBER 14, 2011 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-09-13
Description: These requirements do not cover the following: a) Heating equipment connected to the supply by use of a flexible cord with attachment plug; b) Heating equipment that is movable after installation; c) Heating equipment with integral means of producing air flow; d) Heating equipment manufactured and sold as an integral part of a floor or ceiling covering materials such as heated floor tiles, heated carpet, and heated laminate floor; e) Heating equipment exceeding 355 W/m2(33 W/ft2) when installed in concrete or poured masonry; f) Electric Space-Heating Cables of Article 424 Part V of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70; g) Heating panels and panel sets for mounted directly underfloor coverings in accordance with 424.99 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70; and h) Radiant heating panels intended to be installed in a dropped or suspended ceiling.
IEC 61010-2-201 REDLINE - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-201: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2017-03-01
Description: NOTE 1 Control equipment intended also for use in other environments or for other purposes (example: for use in building installations to control light or other electrical installations, or for use on cars, trains or ships) can have additional conformity requirements defined by the safety standard(s) for these applications.
DSF/FPREN 61010-2-201 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL AND LABORATORY USE - PART 2-201: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Description: NOTE 1 Control equipment intended also for use in other environments or for other purposes (example; for use in building installations to control light or other electrical installations, or for use on cars, trains or ships) can have additional conformity requirements defined by the safety standard(s) for these applications.
DSF/FPREN 61010-2-201 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-201: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Description: NOTE – 1 – Control equipment intended also for use in other environments or for other purposes (example; for use in building installations to control light or other electrical installations, or for use on cars, trains or ships) can have additional conformity requirements defined by the safety standard(s) for these applications.
IEC 61010-2-201 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-201: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2017-03-01
Description: NOTE 1 Control equipment intended also for use in other environments or for other purposes (example: for use in building installations to control light or other electrical installations, or for use on cars, trains or ships) can have additional conformity requirements defined by the safety standard(s) for these applications.
CSA C22.2 NO 61010-2-020 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE - PART 2-020: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR LABORATORY CENTRIFUGES - THIRD EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: NOTE All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of IEC 61010 unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered to be components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 61010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
IEC 61010-2-011 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-011: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR REFRIGERATING EQUIPMENT - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: NOTE All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of IEC 61010 unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered to be components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 61010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
UL 61010C-1 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PROCESS CONTROL EQUIPMENT - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2002-08-09
Description: NOTE – All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of this standard unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered as components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 1010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
IEC 61010-2-081 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-081: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR AUTOMATIC AND SEMI-AUTOMATIC LABORATORY EQUIPMENT FOR ANALYSIS AND OTHER PURPOSES - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: NOTE All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of IEC 61010 unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered to be components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 61010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
UL - 61010-2-010 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MEASUREMENT, CONTROL, AND LABORATORY USE – PART 2-010: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR LABORATORY EQUIPMENT FOR THE HEATING OF MATERIALS - COMMENTS DUE: DECEMBER 22, 2014 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-11-07
Description: NOTE All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of IEC 61010 unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered to be components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 61010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
LUL - S1068 - MECHANICAL BUILDING SERVICES, UTILITY PROVISION AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT IN LONDON UNDERGROUND - ISSUE A4 Organization: LUL
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: This standard covers the following: a) General Requirements b) Hot and Cold Water Systems c) Condensate Pipework d) Water System Redundant and Infrequently Used Outlets Economisers e) Grey Water Harvesting f) Existing Gas, Oil and Solid Fuel Systems g) New Gas, Oil and Solid Fuel Systems h) Heating & Cooling General i) Boilers and LTHW Heating j) Electric Space Heating k) Depot Heating l) Ventilation m) Escalator Machine Chamber – Cooling n) Escalator Machine Chamber – Smoke Exhaust Ventilation o) Hydraulic Lift Pump Rooms p) UPS/OLBI rooms and cupboards q) Air Conditioning and Comfort Cooling r) Inspection and Record Keeping for Refrigerant Systems s) Electrical Requirements t) Control Panels u) Labelling v) Energy Management w) Thermal Insulation x) Controls y) Environment z) Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) aa) Whole Life Cost/Benefit Analysis Tunnel and public area cooling and ventilation systems are covered under LU category 1 standard S1067.
ASTM C1363 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF BUILDING MATERIALS AND ENVELOPE ASSEMBLIES BY MEANS OF A HOT BOX APPARATUS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-05-15
Description: The hot box has been used to investigate the thermal behavior of non-homogeneous building assemblies such as structural members, piping, electrical outlets, or construction defects such as insulation voids.
CRC - SPON'S MECHANICAL AND ELE - SPON'S MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES PRICE BOOK 2018 Organization: CRC
Date: 2017-09-21
Description: With new cost models for a gym, a spa and a bar, this edition also includes the following new items: Solar thermal panels A physical access control barrier system A security revolving door And significant developments to Calorifiers Commercial Boilers Combined heating and power systems Heat exchangers All the standard features you have come to expect from SPON'S MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SERVICES PRICE BOOK are also included, considered essential for today’s services cost professional: detailed materials prices, labour constants, labour costs and measured work prices for mechanical and electrical works, from above ground drainage to automatic transfer switches, and circuit breakers to sprinkler systems an extensive Approximate Estimating section for quick, rule-of-thumb pricing of mechanical or electrical installations, together with elemental services costs for different types and standard of buildingsfull details of wage rates, daywork and cost indices on a national and Central London basis.
NASA-LLIS-0019 - LESSONS LEARNED - ERRONEOUS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DRAWINGS AND FAILURE TO VERIFY DEENERGIZATION CAUSING A POTENTIALLY SERIOUS ELECTRICAL SHOCK INJURY Organization: NASA
Date: 1991-08-22
Description: A separate contractor, from a remote location that contained the control devices for the power panel, had switched off, tagged, and verified all circuits deenergized. An electrical drawing was used to assure all circuits were included in the safing procedure.
UL 61010A-1 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR LABORATORY USE; PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING DECEMBER 06, 2002 Organization: UL
Date: 2002-01-30
Description: NOTE – All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of this standard unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered as components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 1010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
UL 61010B-1 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRICAL MEASURING AND TEST EQUIPMENT; PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2003-01-24
Description: NOTE – All indicating and recording electrical measuring instruments (except those excluded in 1.1.2) fall within the scope of this standard unless they are panel meters designed only for building-in to other equipment. Built-in panel meters are considered as components and only need to meet the relevant requirements of IEC 1010, or other standards, as part of the equipment into which they are built.
CENELEC - EN 50288-3-2 - MULTI-ELEMENT METALLIC CABLES USED IN ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL - PART 3-2: SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION FOR UNSCREENED CABLES CHARACTERISED UP TO 100 MHZ - WORK AREA AND PATCH CORD CABLES Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: EN 50288-3-2 is a sectional specification for unscreened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 100 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centre cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems.
CENELEC - EN 50288-2-2 - MULTI-ELEMENT METALLIC CABLES USED IN ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL - PART 2-2: SECTIONAL SPECIFICATION FOR SCREENED CABLES CHARACTERISED UP TO 100 MHZ - WORK AREA AND PATCH CORD CABLES Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: EN 50288-2-2 is a sectional specification for screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 100 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics of the cables, when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods.

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