IEC 60071-2:1996 Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guide

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 19 December 1996
Status: published
Page Count: 251
ICS Code (Insulation systems): 29.080.30

Abstracts

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IEC 60071-2:1996 gives guidance for the determination of the rated withstand voltages for ranges I and II of IEC 60071-1 and justifies the association of these rated values with the standardized highest voltages for equipment. It covers phase-to-phase, phase-to-earth and longitudinal insulation of three-phase systems with nominal voltages above 1kV. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108.

Document History

IEC 60071-2:1996 - Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guide
December 19, 1996 - IEC

IEC 60071-2:1996 gives guidance for the determination of the rated withstand voltages for ranges I and II of IEC 60071-1 and justifies the association of these rated values with the standardized highest voltages for equipment. It covers phase-to-phase, phase-to-earth and longitudinal insulation of t...

IEC 60071-2:1996 - Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guide
December 19, 1996 - IEC

IEC 60071-2:1996 gives guidance for the determination of the rated withstand voltages for ranges I and II of IEC 60071-1 and justifies the association of these rated values with the standardized highest voltages for equipment. It covers phase-to-phase, phase-to-earth and longitudinal insulation of t...

IEC 60071-2:1996 - Insulation co-ordination - Part 2: Application guide
December 19, 1996 - IEC

IEC 60071-2:1996 gives guidance for the determination of the rated withstand voltages for ranges I and II of IEC 60071-1 and justifies the association of these rated values with the standardized highest voltages for equipment. It covers phase-to-phase, phase-to-earth and longitudinal insulation of t...

IEC 60071-2:1976 - Insulation co-ordination. Part 2: Application guide.
January 1, 1976 - IEC

Provides guidance on the selection of the electric strength of equipment, of surge arresters or protective spark gaps, and on the extent to which it is useful to control switching overvoltages. Gives guidance on rational and economic solutions.

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