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CENELEC - EN 60079-25 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Organization: CENELEC
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection "i", intended for use, as a whole or in part, in locations in which the use of Group I, II or III apparatus is required.
SNZ - AS/NZS 60079.25 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Organization: SNZ
Date: 2011-06-20
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection "i", intended for use, as a whole or in part, in locations in which the use of Group I, II or III apparatus is required.
CEI EN 60079-25 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Organization: CEI
Date: 2012-02-01
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection "i", intended for use, as a whole or in part, in locations in which the use of Group I, II or III apparatus is required.
IEC 60079-25 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection "i", intended for use, as a whole or in part, in locations in which the use of Group I, II or III apparatus is required.
ISA 60079-25 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - 12.02.05 Organization: ISA
Date: 2011-12-02
Description: This standard contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection "i", intended for use, as a whole or in part, in Class I, Zone 0, 1, or 2, or Zone 20, 21, or 22 hazardous (classified) as defined by the National Electrical Code® (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70® NOTE 1 This standard is intended for use by the designer of the system who may be a manufacturer, a specialist consultant or a member of the end-user's staff.
IEC 60079-27 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 27: FIELDBUS INTRINSICALLY SAFE CONCEPT (FISCO) - EDITION 2.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the details of apparatus, systems and installation practice for use with the Fieldbus Intrinsically Safe Concept (FISCO) and the Fieldbus Non-Incendive Concept (FNICO).
DS/EN 60079-27 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - PART 27: FIELDBUS INTRINSICALLY SAFE CONCEPT (FISCO) Organization: DS
Date: 2008-06-17
Description: This part of IEC 60079 contains the details of apparatus, systems and installation practice for use with the Fieldbus Intrinsically Safe Concept (FISCO). It is based on the concepts of Manchester encoded, bus powered systems designed in accordance with IEC 61158-2 which is the physical layer standard for Fieldbus installations.
BSI - BS 6182-1 - INTRINSICALLY SAFE POWER SUPPLIES FOR USE IN COAL MINES - PART 1: SPECIFICATION FOR D.C. POWER SUPPLIES Organization: BSI
Date: 1994-03-15
Description: Specifies construction and testing of mains-input intrinsically safe 18 V, 12 V and 7.5 V d.c. output power supplies.
BSI - BS 6182-2 - INTRINSICALLY SAFE POWER SUPPLIES FOR USE IN COAL MINES - PART 2: SPECIFICATION FOR A.C. POWER SUPPLIES - AMD 4784: FEBRUARY 1985 Organization: BSI
Date: 1982-09-30
Description: Specifies the requirements for the construction and testing of a range of mains-fed power supply units. The power supplies provide an intrinsically safe a.c. output.
BSI - BS 5501-9 - ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES PART 9: SPECIFICATION FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 'I' - AMD 6435: MARCH 30, 1990 Organization: BSI
Date: 1982-03-31
Description: Specific requirements for construction and testing of intrinsically safe systems intended for use, as a whole or in part, in potentially explosive atmospheres.
BSI - BS 6705 - SPECIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR USE ON INTRINSICALLY SAFE CIRCUITS IN COAL MINES Organization: BSI
Date: 1987-08-28
Description: Specifies limiting parameters for test instruments intended for use in accordance with certification documents relating to both the instrument and the intrinsically safe circuit to be tested; and applies to voltage dependent, current dependent and resistance measuring instruments.
BSI - BS 1259 - INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL APPARATUS AND CIRCUITS - FOR USE IN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - AMD 4213: JULY 1961; AMD 4836: MARCH 1963; AMD 5370: OCTOBER 1964; AMD 3605: MARCH 1981 Organization: BSI
Date: 1958-02-24
Description: Defines 'intrinsically safe'. Dangerous industrial gases and vapours, for which certificates of intrinsic safety may be obtained, are listed and classified.
TSE - TS EN 50039 - ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 'I' Organization: TSE
Date: 2004-04-20
Description: This standard conatins the specific requirements forconstruction and testing of intrinsically safe electrical systems,type of protection ?i?
IEC TS 60079-39 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 39: INTRINSICALLY SAFE SYSTEMS WITH ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED SPARK DURATION LIMITATION - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: This Technical Specification contains requirements for intrinsically safe apparatus and wiring intended for use in explosive atmospheres and for associated apparatus intended for connection to intrinsically safe circuits entering such atmospheres. This Technical Specification excludes the level of protection "ia" and the use of softwarecontrolled circuits.
SNZ SA/SNZ TS 60079.39 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES PART 39: INTRINSICALLY SAFE SYSTEMS WITH ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED SPARK DURATION LIMITATION Organization: SNZ
Date: 2015-12-23
Description: This Technical Specification contains requirements for intrinsically safe apparatus and wiring intended for use in explosive atmospheres and for associated apparatus intended for connection to intrinsically safe circuits entering such atmospheres. This Technical Specification excludes the level of protection “ia” and the use of softwarecontrolled circuits.
DSF/CLC/FPRTS 60079-39 - EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES – PART 39: INTRINSICALLY SAFE SYSTEMS WITH ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED SPARK DURATION LIMITATION Organization: DS
Description: This Technical Specification specifies the construction, testing, installation and maintenance of Power i apparatus and systems which utilise electronically controlled spark duration limitation to maintain an adequate level of intrinsic safety. This Technical Specification contains requirements for intrinsically safe apparatus and wiring intended for use in explosive atmospheres and for associated apparatus intended for connection to intrinsically safe circuits entering such atmospheres.
CSA C22.2 NO 157 - INTRINSICALLY SAFE AND NON-INCENDIVE EQUIPMENT OR USE IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS - THIRD EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 1: JUNE 1992; UPDATE NO. 2: JUNE 2003 Organization: CSA
Date: 1992-01-01
Description: This Standard specifies tests for the testing of non—incendive electrical equipment and the details of construction and tests for intrinsically safe electrical equipment for use in the following hazardous locations in accordance with the Rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, and CSA Standard CAN3-M421: (a) Class I, Groups A, B, C, and D; (b) Class II, Groups E, F, and G; (C) Class III; and (d) gaseous mines.
CSA - APPENDIX F - RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION PRACTICE FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE AND NON-INCENDIVE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND WIRING Organization: CSA
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: Introduction Approved intrinsically sage and non-incentive electrical equipment is designed and tested to ensure a high level of safety for use in hazardous locations when properly installed and wired and used in the intended manner. Intrinsically safe equipment is approved for use in class I or class ii, Division 1 or 2 hazardous locations while non-incentive equipment is approved only for use in class I, Division 2 hazardous locations.
UL 60079-25 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES - PART 25: INTRINSICALLY SAFE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - SECOND EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-25
Description: This standard contains the specific requirements for construction and assessment of intrinsically safe electrical systems, type of protection “i”, intended for use, as a whole or in part, in Class I, Zone 0, 1, or 2, or Zone 20, 21, or 22 hazardous (classified) locations as defined by the National Electrical Code® (NEC), ANSI/NFPA 70® .
DS/IEC/TS 60079-27 - ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR EXPLOSIVE GAS ATMOSPHERES - PART 27: FIELDBUS INTRINSICALLY SAFE CONCEPT (FISCO) Organization: DS
Date: 2002-12-20
Description: This part of IEC 60079, which is a technical specification, contains the details of apparatus, systems and installation practice for use with the Fieldbus intrinsically safe concept [FISCO] and is based on the concepts of Manchester encoded, bus powered systems designed in accordance IEC 61158-2 which is the physical layer standard for Fieldbus installations.

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