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EVS-HD 60364-7-730:2015

Low-voltage electrical installations - Part 7-730: Requirements for special installations or locations - Onshore units of electrical shore connections for inland navigation vessels

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Valid from 02.09.2015
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HD 60364-7-730:2015
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prHD 60364-7-730
02.09.2015
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The particular requirements specified in this part of HD 60364 apply to onshore installations dedicated to supply inland navigation vessels for commercial and administrative purpose, berthed in ports and berths. For single- and three-phase supplies to pleasure craft, use HD 60364-7-709. This part of HD 60364 applies to installations with nominal supply voltage a.c. 400/230 V, single-phase and three-phase, 50 Hz. Additional requirements that do not relate to electrical installation are given in EN 15869-1 and EN 15869-2. The particular requirements do not apply to the onboard installations of inland navigation vessels including their connection cables. Additional requirements on the onboard installation are given in EN 15869-3.
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