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EVS-EN 60092-507:2002

Electrical installations in ships - Part 507: Pleasure craft

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Withdrawn from 04.02.2015
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IEC 60092-507:2000; EN 60092-507:2000
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None
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04.02.2015
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01.01.2003
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This International Standard is applicable to: - inland waters pleasure craft: and - seagoing pleasure crafts This International Standard establishes the requirements for safe electrical installations for all pleasure craft with a length from 24 meters and up to 50 meters or 500 grt., incorporating good practice and co-ordinating as far as possible existing rules, for design, construction and installation of alternating current systems, which operate at a nominel voltage not exceeding 250 V single phase, 500 V three phase, and for direct current 50 V, and for pleasure craft with a length less than 24 meters which operate a three phase system at a nominel voltage not exceeding 500 V.
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