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NEMA XR 7 - HIGH-VOLTAGE X-RAY CABLE ASSEMBLIES AND RECEPTACLES Organization: NEMA
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: This standard defines electrical and structural test requirements of high-voltage cable assemblies and receptacles used in diagnostic medical X-ray equipment from 10kV to 200kV.
CSA C22.2 NO 227.3 - MECHANICAL PROTECTION TUBING (MPT) AND FITTINGS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: The MPT, fittings, and clamps are intended to be used to interconnect separate component assemblies or consoles of electrical devices, such as robotics, medical or X-ray equipment.
UL 1696 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY MECHANICAL PROTECTION TUBING (MPT) AND FITTINGS - SECOND EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-01-09
Description: The MPT, fittings, and clamps are intended to be used to interconnect separate component assemblies or consoles of electrical devices, such as robotics, medical or X-ray equipment.
CSA C22.2 NO 250.4 - PORTABLE LUMINAIRES - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: This Standard does not apply to luminaires covered by other CSA Standards, such as a) decorative lighting products; b) emergency lighting equipment; c) stage and studio luminaires; d) electric signs and displays; e) radiant heaters and infrared and ultraviolet lamp assemblies for cosmetic or hygienic; f) purposes in non-medical applications; g) low voltage landscape lighting systems; h) submersible lighting systems; and i) direct plug-in nightlights.
CSA SPE-1000 - MODEL CODE FOR THE FIELD EVALUATION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: This Model Code does not apply to the field evaluation of a) wire and cable products; b) wiring devices; c) equipment for use in hazardous locations; d) medical electrical equipment and systems; e) components* that will require further evaluation as part of a complete assembly, such as switches, relays, and timers; f) equipment connected to line voltage in excess of 46 kV; g) manlifts, elevators, climb assists and similar systems (other than their associated control panels); and h) any equipment that is not permitted to be field evaluated as directed by an AHJ (such as air-cleaning equipment that intentionally produces ozone).
CRC - FORENSIC NURSING - FORENSIC NURSING Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-01-13
Description: Conversely, investigators, forensic scientists, lab technicians, and prosecutors do not have the in-depth medical knowledge and psychosocial skills inherent to nursing.

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