BS EN 61284:1998, IEC 61284:1997 - Overhead lines. Requirements and tests for fittings

BS EN 61284:1998, IEC 61284:1997

Overhead lines. Requirements and tests for fittings

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : March 1998



Applies to fittings for overhead lines of nominal voltage above 45 kV. It may also be applied to fittings for overhead lines of lower nominal voltage and to similar fittings for substations. The contents of the corrigendum of September 1998 have been included in this copy.

Standard NumberBS EN 61284:1998, IEC 61284:1997
TitleOverhead lines. Requirements and tests for fittings
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date15 March 1998
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS EN 61284:1996, IEC 61284:1995
International RelationshipsEN 61284:1997,IEC 61284:1997
Amended ByAMD 13778
Corrigendum, July 2002
DescriptorsType testing, Classification systems, Circuits, Acceptance specification, Testing conditions, Radio disturbances, Hot-dip galvanizing, Electric power transmission lines, Clamps (mechanical), Test equipment, Electrical safety, Marking, Dimensions, Overhead power lines, Heat transfer, Electric load cycling tests, Voltage measurement, Design, Interference (wave physics), Magnetic measurement, Tensile testing, Overhead power-line fittings, Formulae (mathematics), Approval testing, Corrosion protection, Electrical connections, Mechanical testing
Title in FrenchLignes aeriennes. Exigences et essais pour le material d'equipement
Title in GermanFreileitungen. Anforderungen und Pruefungen fuer Armaturen
ISBN0 580 29334 3
File Size1.693 MB

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