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IEC 61823

Electrical installations for lighting and beaconing of aerodromes AGL series transformers

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 December 2002
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Construction of airports): 93.120
ICS Code (Lighting installation systems): 29.140.50
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This standard specifies the characteristics of aeronautical ground lighting series transformers (AGLST) used in aeronautical ground lighting for 6,6 A series circuits, at a service voltage of up to 5 kV, supplied by constant current regulators up to 30 kVA in rating.

AGL series transformers provide power to airport lighting luminaires or other loads (resistive) from their secondary circuits. The AGL series transformers provide continuity of the series circuit in the event of a loss of the load on the transformer, and electrical isolation between the primary circuit supplied by a constant current regulator, and the secondary circuit connected to the load under conditions defined in this standard.

An AGL series transformer is be able to withstand a permanent short or open-circuit secondary series circuit.

Specifications for similar series transformers intended for any primary or secondary currents other than 6,6 A, or to supply alternative voltages, constant power, reactive loads, etc., are not included in this standard.

Document History

IEC 61823
December 1, 2002
Electrical installations for lighting and beaconing of aerodromes AGL series transformers
This standard specifies the characteristics of aeronautical ground lighting series transformers (AGLST) used in aeronautical ground lighting for 6,6 A series circuits, at a service voltage of up to 5...

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