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PIP - PCCEL001

Instrumentation Electrical Design Criteria

active, Most Current
Organization: PIP
Publication Date: 1 May 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 20
scope:

This Practice provides requirements for electrical design for instrumentation.

This Practice describes the requirements for equipment selection, system design, and installation of electrical supply and wiring to support instrumentation for process measurement and control systems. Both US and international standards are referenced in this document. The user should select the appropriate standards according to the geographical location and regulatory agencies.

Document History

PCCEL001
May 1, 2015
Instrumentation Electrical Design Criteria
This Practice provides requirements for electrical design for instrumentation. This Practice describes the requirements for equipment selection, system design, and installation of electrical supply...
May 1, 2015
Instrumentation Electrical Design Criteria
This Practice describes the requirements for equipment selection, system design, and installation of electrical supply and wiring to support instrumentation for process measurement and control...
August 1, 2009
Instrumentation Electrical Design Criteria
This Practice describes the requirements for equipment selection, system design, and installation of electrical supply and wiring to support instrumentation for process measurement and control...
December 1, 1999
Instrumentation Electrical Requirements
This Practice provides the requirements for the equipment selection, system design, and installation of electrical supply and wiring to support process measurement and control systems. Purpose The...

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