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BSI - BS 4934 - SPECIFICATION FOR SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC FANS AND REGULATORS - AMD 2713; AMD 2231 Organization: BSI
Date: 1973-10-12
Description: Specifies the safety requirement for electric fans and regulators intended for use on single-phase a.c. and d.c. circuits not exceeding 250 V.
CSA E342-1 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC FANS AND REGULATORS PART 1: FANS AND REGULATORS FOR HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR PURPOSES - SECOND EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO 1: APRIL 1995 Organization: CSA
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: This clause of IEC Publication 335-1 is applicable except as follows: This standard applies to electric fans and their associated regulators intended for use on singlephase a.c. and d.c. circuits not exceeding 250 V, for household and similar purposes, such as ceiling, table, pedestal, partition and ventilating fans.
IEC 60879 - PERFORMANCE AND CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRIC CIRCULATING FANS AND REGULATORS - EDITION 1.0; INCLUDES CORRIGENDUM: 1992 Organization: IEC
Date: 1986-10-01
Description: This standard applies to the following types of electric motor directly driven fans and their associated regulators intended for use on single-phase a.c. and d.c. circuits not exceeding 250 V: a) Fans for housèhold and similar purposes: - ceiling type fans; - table type fans; - pedestal type fans.
IEC 60665 - A.C. ELECTRIC VENTILATING FANS AND REGULATORS FOR HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR PURPOSES - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 1980-01-01
Description: This standard specifies the performance and the corresponding methods of test of ventilating fans for household and similar purposes intended for air forcing and exhaust, not exceeding 0.5 m in size, driven by single-phase a.c. motors having a power consumption not exceeding 500 W (including any associated regulators), for use on single-phase a.c. circuits not exceeding 250 V. This standard applies to ventilating fans such as wall fans, window fans, kitchen fans, etc.
UL 873 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY TEMPERATURE-INDICATING AND -REGULATING EQUIPMENT - TWELFTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING FEBRUARY 6, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2007-11-16
Description: 3) Other controls including door-interlock thermostats for self-cleaning ovens; baseboard heater temperature-limiting controls; humidifier controls; fan thermostats; and temperature-regulating and -limiting thermostats for electric heating equipment such as clothes dryers, air heaters, household and commercial cooking appliances, beautyparlor equipment, steam and dry bath heaters, and ranges (controlling oven or surface elements). Certain safety controls, and safety control circuits on operating controls, are investigated under the requirements in this standard, insofar as they apply, and also under the applicable requirements for limit controls.
IEC/TR 62102 - ELECTRICAL SAFETY – CLASSIFICATION OF INTERFACES FOR EQUIPMENT TO BE CONNECTED TO INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY NETWORKS - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2005-05-01
Description: However, it is necessary to consider the characteristics, installation and presentation of telecommunication networks when determining what equipment interface requirements apply (for example, SELV circuit, TNV-1 circuit, TNV-2 circuit, TNV-3 circuit etc.).
TSE - TS EN 12864/A1 - LOW-PRESSURE, NON ADJUSTABLE REGULATORS HAVING A MAXIMUM OUTLET PRESSURE OF LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 200 MBAR WITH A CAPACITY OF LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 4 KG/H, AND THEIR ASSOCIATED SAFETY DEVICES FOR BUTANE, PROPANE OR THEIR MIXTURES Organization: TSE
Date: 2005-09-27
Description: This standard applies to a.c. air-break circuit-breakers for operation at 50 Hz or 60 Hz, having a rated voltage not exceeding 440 V (between phases), a rated current not exceeding 125 A and a rated short-circuit capacity not exceeding 25 000 A.
UL 1561 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY DRY-TYPE GENERAL PURPOSE AND POWER TRANSFORMERS - FOURTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JUNE 16, 2015 Organization: UL
Date: 2011-03-02
Description:   These requirements do not cover ballasts for high intensity discharge (HID) lamps (metal halide, mercury vapor, and sodium types) or fluorescent lamps, exposed core transformers, compound-filled transformers, liquid-filled transformers, voltage regulators, general use or special types of transformers covered in requirements for other electrical equipment, autotransformers forming part of industrial control equipment, motor-starting autotransformers, variable voltage autotransformers, transformers having a nominal primary or secondary rating of more than 600 volts, or overvoltage taps rated greater than 660 volts.
NACE RP0297 - MAINTENANCE PAINTING OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION APPARATUS INCLUDING FLOW COATING OF TRANSFORMER RADIATORS - ITEM NO:21081 Organization: NACE
Date: 1997-06-27
Description: This standard deals only with substation apparatus, which include: • Transformers • Circuit breakers (all types) • Switchgear • Regulators • Potential transformers • Current transformers • Coupling capacitor potential devices (CCPDs) This standard does not include the painting of structural steel, fencing, buildings, or other miscellaneous items within the substations.
IEEE 64 - GUIDE FOR ACCEPTANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF INSULATING OIL IN EQUIPMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 1969-01-01
Description: INTRODUCTION Insulating oil contained in equipment such as transformers, circuit-breaking devices, regulators, series and shunt reactors, as received from the manufacturer and as filled at the installation site but prior to service operation, should exhibit certain properties in order to insure satisfactory performance.
SNZ TR 6120 - LOW VOLTAGE SUPPLY EARTHING SYSTEMS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2014-07-04
Description: INTRODUCTION The supply of electricity to electrical installations at voltages that are above extra low voltage requires the adequate management of risks of serious harm to persons, mainly due to shocks, and significant damage to property, mainly through ignition of combustible material. Consequently, there is an onus on regulators, the electrical industry, and the electricity supply industry (ESI) to ensure that the safety-related risks are managed sufficiently well that a reasonable person will consider the residual risks to be acceptable.
IEEE - ANSI C57.12.50 - REQUIREMENTS FOR VENTILATED DRY-TYPE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS, 1 TO 500 KVA, SINGLE-PHASE, AND 15 TO 500 KVA, THREE-PHASE, WITH HIGH-VOLTAGE 601 TO 34 500 VOLTS, LOW-VOLTAGE 120 TO 600 VOLTS - REPLACES NEMA C57.12.50-1981 Organization: IEEE
Date: 1981-01-01
Description: As a matter of information, NEMA TR 1-1974, Transformers, Regulators, and Reactors, includes data concerning dry-type transformer sound levels.

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