KSC-STD-E-0011 REV H
ELECTRICAL POWER RECEPTACLES AND PLUGS, STANDARD FOR
|Publication Date:||7 January 2009|
This standard is to be used by the John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) design and maintenance organizations for internal operations and as a technical document to specify requirements in KSC design contracts. This standard (1) identifies those electrical power receptacles that shall be used when designing new or modifying existing facilities and identifies receptacles that shall be used for installation on portable ground support equipment, (2) establishes a standard for symbols to be used in drawings, and (3) provides pertinent data for each receptacle. Receptacles included are for 60-hertz (Hz) applications in hazardous and nonhazardous areas. The term "receptacle" in this sense shall be understood to include plugs, which are also identified by this Standard.
This Standard is intended for use in the selection of plugs and receptacles for new installation by KSC design and maintenance organizations and by designers performing under KSC contracts. It is... View More
This Standard is intended for use in the selection of plugs and receptacles for new installation by KSC design and maintenance organizations and by designers performing under KSC contracts. It is not intended that existing plugs and receptacles be modified for the sole purpose of conforming to this standard.
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