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NEN-ISO 16110-1 - HYDROGEN GENERATORS USING FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES - PART 1: SAFETY Organization: NEN
Date: 2007-04-01
Description: This part of ISO 16110 is a product safety standard suitable for conformity assessment as stated in IEC Guide 104, ISO/IEC Guide 51 and ISO/IEC Guide 7.
DS/ISO 16110-1 - HYDROGEN GENERATORS USING FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES - PART 1: SAFETY Organization: DS
Date: 2007-05-21
Description: This international standard is a product safety standard suitable for conformity assessment as stated inIEC Guide 104, ISO/IEC Guide 51 and ISO/IEC Guide 7.
DS/IEC TS 62257-7-3 - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND HYBRID SYSTEMS FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION – PART 7-3: GENERATOR SET – SELECTION OF GENERATOR SETS FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2018-03-20
Description: It applies to all low voltage combustion engine electricity generator sets energized by renewable energy such as biomass gasifier or biogas, or fossil fuel such as gasoline or diesel fuel, and designed for supplying electrical power to isolated sites used in systems as described in IEC TS 62257-2.
IEC - IEC TS 62257-7-3 - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND HYBRID SYSTEMS FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION - PART 7-3: GENERATOR SET - SELECTION OF GENERATOR SETS FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEMS - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2018-03-01
Description: – the micropower plant is composed of one generator set; – the micropower plant is composed of multiple generator sets, which may have a single energy source or multiple energy sources; – the micropower plant which is a hybrid energy system between one generator set and a Power Conditioning Sub-system (PCS) which is powered by other energy source including renewable energy source or energy storage; – the micropower plant which is a hybrid energy system between multiple generator sets and multiple Power Conditioning Sub-systems (PCSs) which are powered by other energy sources including renewable energy sources or energy storage systems.
NEN - NPR-IEC/TS 62091 - LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR - CONTROLLERS FOR DRIVERS OF STATIONARY FIRE PUMPS Organization: NEN
Date: 2003-08-01
Description: The requirements of this technical specification do not apply to the method or means by which the electrical energy is generated nor to the installation between the origin of the installation and the fire pump controller, which are to be found in IEC 60364 series. This technical specification does not apply to diesel engine driven electric generators which may be associated with a stationary fire pump installation.
IEC - IEC 62091 - LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR – CONTROLLERS FOR DRIVERS OF STATIONARY FIRE PUMPS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: The requirements of this technical specification do not apply to the method or means by which the electrical energy is generated nor to the installation between the origin of the installation and the fire pump controller, which are to be found in the IEC 60364 series. This technical specification does not apply to diesel engine driven electric generators which may be associated with a stationary fire pump installation.
IEC - IEC/TS 62091 - LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR CONTROLLERS FOR DRIVERS OF STATIONARY FIRE PUMPS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2003-06-01
Description: The requirements of this technical specification do not apply to the method or means by which the electrical energy is generated nor to the installation between the origin of the installation and the fire pump controller, which are to be found in the IEC 60364 series. This technical specification does not apply to diesel engine driven electric generators which may be associated with a stationary fire pump installation.
IEC - IEC 61377-2 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - ROLLING STOCK - COMBINED TESTING - PART 2: CHOPPER-FED DIRECT CURRENT TRACTION MOTORS AND THEIR CONTROL - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2002-06-01
Description: The d.c. source can be a supply line, a rectifier, a chopper, an input convertor, and a diesel generator with integrated rectifiers, etc. Environmental conditions relative to motor, chopper, and control system are detailed in IEC 60349-1, IEC 61287-1 and IEC 60571.
NEN-EN-IEC 62864-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - ROLLING STOCK - POWER SUPPLY WITH ONBOARD ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM - PART 1: SERIES HYBRID SYSTEM Organization: NEN
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: The interfaces between the following power sources are covered: - external electric power supply system; - onboard ESSs (including pure onboard energy storage); - fuel cell, diesel electric generator; and - other power sources. As for the combination of inverters and motors, this standard applies to asynchronous motors or synchronous motors that are powered via voltage-source inverters.
NEN-EN-IEC 61377-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - ROLLING STOCK - PART 1: COMBINED TESTING OF INVERTER-FED ALTERNATING CURRENT MOTORS AND THEIR CONTROL SYSTEM Organization: NEN
Date: 2006-04-01
Description: The input of these inverters can be a d.c. supply line, a rectifier, a chopper, an input convertor, a diesel generator with integrated rectifiers, etc.
CENELEC - EN 62864-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS - ROLLING STOCK - POWER SUPPLY WITH ONBOARD ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM - PART 1: SERIES HYBRID SYSTEM Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: The interfaces between the following power sources are covered: • external electric power supply system; • onboard ESSs (including pure onboard energy storage); • fuel cell, diesel electric generator; and • other power sources. As for the combination of inverters and motors, this standard applies to asynchronous motors or synchronous motors that are powered via voltage-source inverters.
IEC - IEC 62864-1 - RAILWAY APPLICATIONS – ROLLING STOCK – POWER SUPPLY WITH ONBOARD ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM – PART 1: SERIES HYBRID SYSTEM - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: The interfaces between the following power sources are covered: • external electric power supply system; • onboard ESSs (including pure onboard energy storage); • fuel cell, diesel electric generator; and • other power sources. As for the combination of inverters and motors, this standard applies to asynchronous motors or synchronous motors that are powered via voltage-source inverters.

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