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IEEE 381

CRITERIA FOR TYPE TESTS OF CLASS 1E MODULES USED IN NUCLEAR POWER GENERATING STATIONS

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 29 August 1977
Status: inactive
Page Count: 32
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This document describes the basic requirements of a type test program with the objective of verifying that a module used as Class 1E equipment in a nuclear power generating station meets or exceeds its design specifications. This document is limited to class 1E modules from and including the sensor through the logic circuitry of the. final actuation devices. Except for those that are part of a module, switchgear, cables, connections, motors, valve actuators, station batteries, and penetrations are not included and are covered by other IEEE documents.

Document History

IEEE 381
August 29, 1977
CRITERIA FOR TYPE TESTS OF CLASS 1E MODULES USED IN NUCLEAR POWER GENERATING STATIONS
This document describes the basic requirements of a type test program with the objective of verifying that a module used as Class 1E equipment in a nuclear power generating station meets or exceeds...
August 29, 1977
CRITERIA FOR TYPE TESTS OF CLASS 1E MODULES USED IN NUCLEAR POWER GENERATING STATIONS
This document describes the basic requirements of a type test program with the objective of verifying that a module used as Class 1E equipment in a nuclear power generating station meets or exceeds...

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