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NECA - NECA NEIS 130 - STANDARD FOR INSTALLING AND MAINTAINING WIRING DEVICES Organization: NECA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: Installers should always follow the NEC®, applicable state and local codes, and manufacturer's instructions when installing and maintaining wiring devices. b) Only qualified persons as defined in the NEC familiar with the construction and operation of wiring devices should perform the technical work described in this publication.
UL 1681 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY WIRING DEVICE CONFIGURATIONS - FOURTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JULY 15, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2012-04-10
Description: These configurations cover attachment plugs, receptacles, cord connectors, some forms of current taps, and flatiron and appliance plugs – all for use in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA-70. These configurations do not cover devices rated at more than 200 A or for more than 600 V.
NEMA APPLICATION GUIDE - APPLICATION GUIDE FOR ISOLATED GROUND WIRING DEVICES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: In addition to indicating the devices and accessories available for isolated ground installations, this guide covers National Electrical Code® (NEC) requirements, applications for isolated ground circuits, and trouble shooting and maintenance of such installations.
ISA RP12.06.01 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR WIRING METHODS FOR HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS INSTRUMENTATION PART 1: INTRINSIC SAFETY Organization: ISA
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: This recommended practice should be used in conjunction with nationally recognized codes that cover wiring practices — such as the National Electrical Code ® (NEC ®), ANSI/NFPA 70, and the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Part I, CSA C22.1.
SAE J2698 - PRIMARY SINGLE PHASE NOMINAL 120 VAC WIRING DISTRIBUTION ASSEMBLY DESIGN—TRUCK AND BUS Organization: SAE
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Driver interaction with the 120 VAC power through use of appliances or connection of cord sets requires special attention to safety aspects dictated in regulatory standards from Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs) approved labs like Underwriter's Laboratories (UL), Canadian Standards Association (CSA) or from the National Electric Code (NEC) that are not common practice with typical 12 VDC vehicle wiring. This recommended practice supports that all electrical materials, devices, components, appliances, fittings and equipment shall be Listed, Labeled or Certified to UL and CSA standards and shall be connected in an approved manner when installed.
IEEE 1673 - REQUIREMENTS FOR CONDUIT AND CABLE SEALS FOR FIELD CONNECTED WIRING TO EQUIPMENT IN PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRY EXPOSED TO PRESSURES ABOVE ATMOSPHERIC (1.5 KPA, 0.22 PSI) Organization: IEEE
Date: 2015-12-05
Description: While certain incorporate a primary seal in their design, a redundant sealing method or secondary seal as defi ned in NFPA 70® NEC® (501.17, 505.26) and CSA® C22.1 (18-072) is required to provide a backup in the event of the failure of the primary seal.
UL 4703 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PHOTOVOLTAIC WIRE - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2014-09-30
Description: This standard covers single-conductor, insulated and integrally or non-integrally jacketed, sunlight resistant, photovoltaic wire rated 90°C, 105°C, 125°C, or 150°C dry and, 90°C wet, 600, 1000, or 2000 V for interconnection wiring of grounded and ungrounded photovoltaic power systems as described in Article 690, Part IV, Wiring Methods, and other applicable parts of the National Electrical Code (NEC), NFPA 70.
UL 4703 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC WIRE - ISSUE 4 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-09-24
Description: This Outline covers single-conductor, insulated and integrally or non-integrally jacketed, sunlight resistant, photovoltaic wire rated 90°C, 105°C, 125°C, or 150°C dry and, 90°C wet, 600, 1000, or 2000 V for interconnection wiring of grounded and ungrounded photovoltaic power systems as described in Wiring Systems, Article 690, and other applicable parts of the National Electrical Code (NEC), NFPA 70.
PIP PCSEL001 - PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTATION JUNCTION BOXES Organization: PIP
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: This Practice describes the requirements for instrumentation junction boxes and is only for junction boxes installed in general purpose or Division II area classifications with wiring and terminals in accordance with the National Electric Code (NEC). Junction boxes in accordance with this Practice are not to be used for electronics or other active elements without additional consideration.
UL - 2460 BULLETIN - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR NONSHIELDED CABLE - COMMENTS DUE: SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-08-07
Description: This Standard covers single-conductor, nonshielded cables rated 5000 or 8000 volts, 90°C, described in Table 1.1 that are intended solely for use as factory-installed wiring in equipment (internal wiring), in industrial applications where such cable systems are maintained by trained personnel, not as Type MV.
UL 2460 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY NONSHIELDED CABLE - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-29
Description: This Standard covers single-conductor, nonshielded cables rated 5000 or 8000 volts, 90°C, described in Table 1.1 that are intended solely for use as factory-installed wiring in equipment (internal wiring), in industrial applications where such cable systems are maintained by trained personnel, not as Type MV.
UL 2460 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR NONSHIELDED CABLE - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-08-11
Description: This Outline covers single-conductor, nonshielded cables rated 5000 or 8000 volts, 90°C, described in Table 1.1 that are intended solely for use as factory-installed wiring in equipment (internal wiring), in industrial applications where such cable systems are maintained by trained personnel, not as Type MV.
ISA TR12.12.04 - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN A CLASS I, DIVISION 2/ZONE 2 HAZARDOUS LOCATION Organization: ISA
Date: 2011-06-20
Description: Introduction When electrical equipment is used in locations in which fire or explosion hazards may exist due to flammable gases or vapours, flammable liquids, combustible dust, or ignitable fibers or flyings, the National Electrical Code® (NEC®), ANSI/NFPA 70 requires special precautions to be taken in equipment construction and installation to minimize risks of fire and explosions.
UL 2996 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR IN-GROUND BOXES - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2016-10-07
Description: The unit provides access to one or more receptacle outlets and is intended to be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, the NEC. This outline does not cover in-ground boxes for use in hazardous locations as defined in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
CSA C22.2 NO 111 - GENERAL-USE SNAP SWITCHES - FOURTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: FEBRUARY 2012 Organization: CSA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The requirements of this Standard apply to manually operated, general-use snap switches for connection to copper (Cu) or copper-clad conductors used in accordance with the National Electrical Code(NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, and intended for connection to wiring systems recognized by the NEC or the CEC, Part I. In Canada, requirements for switches for connection to aluminum (Al) conductors used in accordance with the CEC, Part I, and intended for connection to wiring systems recognized by the CEC, Part I, are covered in Annex B.
UL 20 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY GENERAL-USE SNAP SWITCHES - THIRTEENTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING FEBRUARY 17, 2012 Organization: UL
Date: 2010-05-10
Description: The requirements of this Standard apply to manually operated, general-use snap switches for connection to copper (Cu) or copper-clad conductors used in accordance with the National Electrical Code(NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), Part I, and intended for connection to wiring systems recognized by the NEC or the CEC, Part I. In Canada, requirements for switches for connection to aluminum (Al) conductors used in accordance with the CEC, Part I, and intended for connection to wiring systems recognized by the CEC, Part I, are covered in Annex B.
WILEY - AUDEL GUIDE TO THE 2011 N - AUDEL GUIDE TO THE 2011 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE: ALL NEW EDITION Organization: WILEY
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: The Code, and how to use it The voluminous 2011 National Electrical Code (NEC) affects many disciplines, but what you need to know is how it influences your work as an installer.
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 covered by this Standard are not intended for use as a wiring method in accordance with NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC) and CSA C22.1-12, Canadian Electrical Code (CE Code), Part I.
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 covered by this Standard are not intended for use as a wiring method in accordance with NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC) and CSA C22.1-12, Canadian Electrical Code (CE Code), Part I.
UL - 248-19 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PHOTOVOLTAIC FUSES - COMMENTS DUE: OCTOBER 5, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-08-21
Description: This Part applies to fuses fuseholders for photovoltaic (PV) systems rated up to 1500 Vdc. 1.2 Fuses for photovoltaic (PV) systems are intended to be used for the protection of photovoltaic strings or arrays and their associated wiring to provide protection against overloads or short circuits within the marked electrical ratings in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code (CE Code Part I) in Canada, the Standard for Electrical Installations, NOM-001-SEDE, in Mexico and the National Electrical Code NEC), NFPA-70, in the United States of America. These types of fuses are not intended to protect downstream inverter components, such as capacitors and against or the discharge of such capacitors back into the arrays.

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