PD IEC/TR 62655:2013 - Tutorial and application guide for high-voltage fuses

PD IEC/TR 62655:2013

Tutorial and application guide for high-voltage fuses

Status : Current   Published : June 2013

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IEC/TR 62655:2013 provides information for understanding the construction, operation and application of high-voltage fuses in general. Current-limiting, expulsion, electronic, and other, non-current-limiting, fuses rated above 1 kV a.c. are all covered, as are North American, European and other application practices. As a technical report, this document contains no requirement and is informative only. Key words: high-voltage fuses




Standard NumberPD IEC/TR 62655:2013
TitleTutorial and application guide for high-voltage fuses
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 June 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 62271-103, IEC 60282-2:2008, IEC 60909-0, IEC 62271-102, IEC 62271-106, IEC/TR 60890:1987, IEC 60076-12, IEC 60071-1, IEC 62271-105:2012, IEC 60076-1, IEC 60076-7, IEC 60282-1:2009, IEC 60038, IEC 62271-100:2012, IEC 62271-107, IEC 60644, IEC 60549
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEEE Std 399, IEEE Std C37.99, IEEE Std C37.47, IEEE Std C37.48.1:2011, AS1033.1, IEEE C37.42, IEEE Std 18, IEEE C37.48, IEEE Std 141, IEEE C37.46, IEEE Std C37.41
International RelationshipsIEC TR 62655:2013
DescriptorsWithstand voltage, Fuse-links, Type testing, Fuses, High-voltage equipment, Electric motors, Breaking capacity, Alternating-current motors
ICS29.120.50
Title in FrenchGuide explicatif et d'application pour les fusibles à haute tension
CommitteePEL/32
ISBN978 0 580 73092 4
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages130
File Size5.665 MB
Price£314.00


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