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CSA - CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 4-M89

Enclosed Switches

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 September 1989
Status: inactive
Page Count: 78
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This Standard applies to enclosed airbreak switches for use in nonhazardous locations, in accordance with the Ruleosf the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, that have all current-carrying parts enclosed anda re manually operable by'means of external handles, and with maximum ratings o4f0 00 A or less at 600 V or less.

*Effective Date--July 1, 1994

This Standard does not apply to

(a) snap and tumbler switches:

(b) circuit breakers, moulded case switches, and magnetic only circuit interrupters;

(c) switches having features (other than fuses) intended for the starting and protection of motors;

(d) switches with automatic trips affording protection for equipment where no circuit breakerosr fuses are used;

(e) switches that have enclosed with them fuse terminals fomro re than four branch circuits;*

(f) devices in which the pulling of fuses or the removaolf a pull-out member is designed to accomplish a switching operation:

(g) door-operated switches.

*A meter loop i s not counted as a branch circuit.

Document History

January 1, 2016
Enclosed and dead-front switches
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January 1, 2016
Enclosed and dead-front switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
July 1, 2006
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
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April 1, 2006
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
February 25, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
February 1, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
February 1, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
January 1, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
January 1, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
January 1, 2004
Enclosed and Dead-Front Switches
These requirements cover individually enclosed air switches, rated 4000 A or less at 600 V or less, having all current-carrying parts enclosed, manually operable by means of external handles, and...
CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 4-M89
September 1, 1989
Enclosed Switches
This Standard applies to enclosed airbreak switches for use in nonhazardous locations, in accordance with the Ruleosf the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, that have all current-carrying parts...
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