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IEEE Recommended Practice for Auxiliary Devices for Rotating Electrical Machines in Class I, Division 2 and Zone 2 Locations
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Hardcopy , PDF

Withdrawn date

04-12-2022

Language(s)

English

Published date

12-17-2004

1 Overview
  1.1 Scope
  1.2 Purpose
2 References
3 Definitions and acronyms
  3.1 Definitions
  3.2 Acronyms
4 Auxiliary device categories
  4.1 Protection devices containing an arcing/sparking
      component and/or a make-and-break contact
  4.2 Protection devices without an arcing/sparking
      component or a make-and-break contact
5 Wiring methods and materials
  5.1 NFPA requirements
  5.2 Canadian requirements
6 Device and component installation recommendations
  6.1 Terminal housings
  6.2 Space heaters
  6.3 Bearing oil heaters
  6.4 Surge Protection
  6.5 Power Factor Correction Capacitors
  6.6 Shaft grounding
7 Enclosures
  7.1 Multi-sectioned requirements
  7.2 Purging or pressurizing components
8 Marking
  8.1 CSA requirements

This recommended practice applies to the application and installation procedures of auxiliary devices in or on electric rotating machines that are employed in hazardous locations classified as Class 1, Division 2 or Class I Zone 2 under commonly used worldwide regulations.

Committee
Petroleum and Chemical Industry
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
25
PublisherName
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
Status
Withdrawn
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