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NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces Article 130 A Operational Guide for Protection Against Shock and Arc Flash.

covers (to expose bare, energized parts) 1NN Work on energized parts, including voltage testing 2*YY Application of safety grounds, after voltage test 2*YN Revenue meters (kW-hour, at primary voltage and current) ___ Notes: 2*Means that a /), arcs may strike across during over-voltages. Failure of insulating materials. Improperly designed or utilized equipment. Improper work procedures. Electric arcs produce some of the highest temperatures known to occur on earth –up to 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit3. This /


WARM Program Procedures: An Introduction February 18 and 19, 2010.

food and freezer compartments. ►Adjust the test results for ambient air temperature. ►Secondary units may be replaced. ►Maximum two new units per household, without permission. Using the Brultech, Kill A Watt, or other watt-hour meter What Data Needs to be Recorded?/►Follow the Measure Selection Guide on page 4- 64 of the WARM Procedures Manual for reducing electric heat load. ►Follow the Priority List on page 4-65 of the WARM Procedures Manual to help guide the process. ►First things first. Effective R-/


MICLIC Mine Clearing Line Charge SIDEWINDER 15 TM

using the Multimeter. Set on voltage, position probes on the terminals, and activate the machine. The meter should read no less than 222 volts. +Test the complete Electrical System. -This check is done with the entire system connected with the shunt (found in the fuse/4 1 J1 7 3 Preparation for Deployment 14 Preparation for Deployment a) Conduct all inspection, continuity, and installation procedures b) Engage detents on rail supports and ensure ball lock pins are in RAISE position c) Set hydraulic control /


©2003 Fluke Corporation Electrical measurement safety 1 Electrical measurement safety Understanding hidden hazards and new safety standards.

a CAT III-600 V or CAT IV 600 V/CAT III-1000 V meter. And CAT IV 600 V/CAT III-1000 V test leads and probes. ©2003 Fluke Corporation Electrical measurement safety 24 CAT III- 600 V CAT III- 1000 V CAT IV-/ or broken off (too short) ©2003 Fluke Corporation Electrical measurement safety 38 Safety first Safe practices include but are not limited to: Whenever possible, work on de-energized circuits. Follow proper lock-out/tag-out procedures. Use well maintained tools and appropriate safety gear Safety glasses/


ELECTRICITY CONSUMER - RIGHTS AND PRIVELEGES AND DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS D.S.HANUMANTHA RAO B.E.(Hons); PGDM (IIMA) FORMER MEMBER, TAMIL NADU ELECTRICITY.

. LARGE INVESTMENT NEEDS. COMPLEX ORGANISATION STRUCTURE AND PROCEDURES HIGHLY SUBSIDISED TARIFFS LARGE UNMETERED SUPPLIES. LOW ELECTRICITY COVERAGE. LOW EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY. POOR QUALITY OF POWER/testing, repairing or altering the electric supply-lines, meters, fittings, works and apparatus for the supply of electricity belonging to the Licensee; or (b) ascertaining the amount of electricity supplied or the electrical quantity contained in the supply; or (c) removing any electric supply-lines, meters/


SEM 1V2 Chapter 9 Structured Cabling

9.1.1.1. Describe network installation safety procedures. Safety is the primary concern. Electrical Never work on a device with the case open and the line voltage plugged in. Test electrical sockets Locate all electrical conduits and power wires Properly ground all networking / which signals travel down a particular medium (which can be measure and calculated and is entered into the meter by the manufacturer), the meter sounds out a pulse and waits for the return "echo" reflection. One half of this time is /


ELECTRICITY CONSUMER - RIGHTS AND PRIVELEGES AND DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS D.S.HANUMANTHA RAO B.E.(Hons); PGDM (IIMA) FORMER MEMBER, TAMIL NADU ELECTRICITY.

. LARGE INVESTMENT NEEDS. COMPLEX ORGANISATION STRUCTURE AND PROCEDURES HIGHLY SUBSIDISED TARIFFS LARGE UNMETERED SUPPLIES. LOW ELECTRICITY COVERAGE. LOW EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY. POOR QUALITY OF POWER/testing, repairing or altering the electric supply-lines, meters, fittings, works and apparatus for the supply of electricity belonging to the Licensee; or (b) ascertaining the amount of electricity supplied or the electrical quantity contained in the supply; or (c) removing any electric supply-lines, meters/


Increase patient safety by improving backup power system reliability with the Emergency Power Supply System Test Solution from Schneider Electric.

A reliable and automated solution Schneider Electric 9 - Healthcare Solutions – Sept. 2010 > All components are designed, manufactured and tested by Schneider Electric to ensure optimal functionality > The solution:  Ensures a reliable test procedure  Allows event traceability through / or advanced power quality analysis for the ATSs, through a number of possible metering devices, including ION7650/7550 and PM850/870 meters. ●Offers optional event-based paging to notify staff when defined events occur. /


FERC, NERC, FRCC, FPSC An Update Florida Electric Cooperative Association Engineers Conference June 13, 2012 Glenn Spurlock Manager of Transmission Planning.

Needs FERC, NERC, FRCC, FPSC NERC Standards Under Development FAC-003 Vegetation Management Definition of Bulk Electric System – Rules of Procedure Modifications to Support BES Exceptions– PRC-006 SERC Regional Reliability Standard PRC-006 NPCC Regional Reliability Standard Etc/Reports of Work Orders and Safety Compliance Rule 25-6.060 – Meter Test – Referee FERC, NERC, FRCC, FPSC 25-6.019 Notification of Certain Events Involving Electrical Systems Accident ….. As soon as practicable, but by the end of/


Ex P.G.Sreejith, Chennai ELECTRICAL RISK MANAGEMENT IN HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIES & SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR FLAMMABLE ATMOSPHERES P.G. Sreejith.

occur frequently because of maintenance, repairs or leakage Flammable liquid or vapour piping system (containing valves, meters, or screwed or flanged fittings) is in an inadequately ventilated area The area below the surrounding /Electrical Equipment for Use In Hazardous Areas Equipment testing and approvals (for all gas groups- I, II A, IIB, IIC) Testing and approval required for modified equipment Ex P.G.Sreejith, Chennai Equipment Approval Procedure Tests by CMRI Approval by CMRI ISI Certification (Tests/


HAN Coordination Update to Advanced Metering Implementation Team Prepared and Presented by Jay Foliano April 24 th 2012.

-based tool that SMT has developed that Retail Electric Providers (REPs) can use for invoking the Smart Meter Texas (SMT) Home Area Networking (HAN) /tested. Devices that are in testing or have failed testing are not on this list. 88 HAN Device Reprovisioning During Meter Exchange 89 HAN Device Reprovisioning 90 Next Steps Working with Handbook and Education taskforces to review and fine- tune the HAN Guide – Method to incorporate the HAN documentation into the HandBook – Going forward Process & Procedures/


BMD-D0009 Copyright © Yokogawa Electric Corporation Power Industry Solutions Page.1 Identifying Information Layers Through Icons –The presentation has.

differential pressure transmitter Input / Output Characteristics Before & After the Water Hammer Test EJA EJX Model EJA110A-DM Range: 0-10000 mmH2O Before 0.1 / operating costs increase. GD40GD402 Solution –Yokogawa GD402/GD40 gas density meter monitors hydrogen purity of hydrogen- cooled turbine generators ensuring optimum purity/Copyright © Yokogawa Electric Corporation Power Industry Solutions Page.98 Operation Efficiency Improvement Unique Benefits –Standardize and automate manual procedure to reduce /


SOUTHERN REGIONAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTER POSOCO, POWERGRID, BANGALORE Indian Electricity Grid Code – 2010.

Contingency Procedure that enable demand disconnection as instructed by RLDC / SLDC under normal and / or contingent condition State Electricity Boards//procedure for different subsystems shall be carried out by the Users/CTU/STU at least once every six months under intimation to the RLDC. Diesel Generator sets for black start would be tested on weekly basis and test/meters are installed) shall take weekly meter readings and transmit them to the RLDC by Tuesday noon The SLDC must ensure that the meter/


International Atomic Energy Agency ASSESSMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE DUE TO EXTERNAL RADIATION SOURCES AND INTAKES OF RADIONUCLIDES Calibration and Test.

to atmospheric conditions (Pressure, temperature, humidity, dust, electric and magnetic fields, etc.) l Fading International Atomic Energy Agency Recommended type testing procedure 1.Choose the photon energy from the ISO reference /Woodmont Ave., Bethesda, MD 20814 USA (1998). INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION, Alpha, Beta and Alpha-Beta Contamination Meters and Monitors, EEC Publication 325, Geneva (198 1). INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION, Portable Neutron Ambient Dose Equivalent /


CCT, Certified Calibration Technician and other Metrology Topics Why would you consider ASQ CCT certification?  Test or calibration lab manager, engineer,

electricity and water meters; taxi meters  Safety and health care: medical scales, syringes, thermometers, radiotherapy equipment, diagnostic equipment, audiometer, glucose in blood meter, equipment used for toxic chemical measurements, radiation measurement  Environment: noise, air, water, vehicle exhaust emissions testing/ standard.  Standardize, document and regularly review test and calibration procedures.  Train calibration and testing personnel.  Evaluate competence of personnel.  Implement/


Procedures for work on Fixed Electrical Installations Toolbox Talk 1: Electrical Isolations.

give rise to danger if inadvertently put to an incorrect setting. (ii) Prove the test meter by applying the leads to the test unit. (iii) Apply the testing leads to the electrical equipment to be worked on in this order: Each phase & earth Each phase & /contractor d) Switch off circuit and apply a maintenance padlock and contractors padlock (if contractor to work on circuit) Procedure for the electrical isolation of a motor or pump 1.Switch off the isolator serving the motor. 2. If it cannot be confirmed/


Model OutlineEngineChassisBody 1 Body Electrical Contents Click a Section Tab.

with the CAN, which causes resistance variation. Model OutlineEngineChassisBodyBody Electrical 7 MPX System Troubleshooting procedure 1.Check CAN bus line (resistance check, short or open/malfunction, it outputs a warning light control signal to combination meter ECU provides a fail-safe function Headlight Level Actuator Based /On vehicle inspection DATA LIST/ACVTIVE TEST Terminal of ECU 7.Repair or Replace 8.Confirmation Test 9.End Model OutlineEngineChassisBodyBody Electrical 54 Service Point (Smart Entry/


About PSPCL  Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) is the electricity generating company of the Government of Punjab state in India.  It was.

was transferred to PSPCL. Electricity Meters  An electricity meter or energy meter is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, business, or an electrically powered device.  Electricity meters are typically calibrated in billing/comprehensive software package designed to fulfil the current requirements of the modern meter testing environment. Procedure for testing a meter  Mount the meters that are to be tested onto the hooks present on the bench slots. Connect all the/


OBJECTIVES After studying Chapter 23, the reader should be able to: Prepare for ASE Electrical/Electronic Systems (A6) certification test content area.

of the sensor is low, the meter reads low. If the resistance of the sensor is high, the meter reads high. TELLTALE LAMPS Telltale lamps /of the accessory position. ELECTRONIC SPEEDOMETERS Electronic dash displays ordinarily use an electric vehicle speed sensor driven by a small gear on the output shaft/test equipment is not available, the electronic dash instruments can be tested using the following procedure. 1. With the ignition switched off, unplug the wire(s) from the sensor for the function being tested/


EHMA bofcon Bo Frank Consulting June 2005 European requirements and practice in heat metering by Bo Frank EHMA.

body + quality system for production, final product inspection and testing. EHMA European requirements and practice in heat metering bofcon Bo Frank Consulting June 2005 Testing procedures according to MID Proce- Type testingIndividual testing dures B + Fby a notified body. by a notified/Annex Z  Also LVD, PED and part of the EMC directive applies for heat meters but not completely covered by EN 1434: No electrical or pressure safety requirements in EN 1434  EN 1434 covers not only the metrolocigal /


18. 4. 2012 Špindlerův Mlýncomposed and performed by members of the project How Smart metering pilot project lost illusions and ideas or nothing is just.

have in common? Obsolete apps replaced by digital one´s and then turned into services And the electrical meter have gone from products to Value added services online E.ON give its customers 100KOLL Through innovative technology/ and ideas  a lot of quiet nights  summer holiday and 2 skiing seasons  Gave:  real experience  new knowledge  better testing procedures  2x heart attacks  new brothers in arms  annual beach volleyball tournaments  3 babies Thanks for you attention František, Ondřej,/


T&D Support Community Insights Conference August 20-22, 2014 Vail, CO 1 2014 Electric T&D Benchmarking.

new automated electric meter retirement process (point and click). 4) Eliminated nonvalue added processes that cost more to perform than the benefits they gained. 5) Pursued an aggressive resale of surplus meters. 38Metering Operations has begun rotating meterman employees into the shop for cross training to improve metering operations and meter shop efficiency. 21Standardizing Procedures, Engage with tech, Comm w/stakeholders 30Consolidation of standard test equipment, meters and/


The Friendship Meter. Reviewing Circuits Name: ________________________ Requirements for Bulb to Light: ___________________________ ___________________________.

symbols to assist in your diagram: Wire Switch Battery Lamp Circuit Simulations Procedure 1.Test your Friendship Meter circuit using the following website: 2.Use your circuit simulation to identify /Meter and the other meters that you tested 4.Ways to improve your Friendship Meter 5.Ways to improve this project Friendship Qualities Materials Logic Diagram Wiring Diagram PlanningLogic Diagram submitted on time Logic diagram includes required inputs and outputs Electrical circuit submitted on time Electrical/


Industrial Solutions and Services Your Success is Our Goal EMC Testing for Emission and Immunity Diethard E. C. Moehr, I&S CTF EMC.

Services Your Success is Our Goal EMC Testing for Emission and Immunity Common Technical Functions Immunity test procedures Electrostatic discharge I:MoehrFolienB09-09_test_Argentina_03_Logo_03-07.PPT 07.2003 Folie 14 Industrial Solutions and Services Your Success is Our Goal EMC Testing for Emission and Immunity Common Technical Functions The Triboelectric Effect Ü The reason for the discharge of static electricity is the Triboelectric Effect. Ü Non conductive material/


Development of Legal Metrology Requirements for Electric Vehicle Fueling & Submetering V2G/PAP-22 Nashville, TN September 15, 2014 NIST USNWG on Electric.

Weights and Measures authority. NIST USNWG EVF&S-WILLIAMS-V2G/PAP-22 SEP2014 NIST USNWG on Electric Vehicle Fueling & Submetering (Cont.) Key Objectives ◦ Device Requirements  Electric Vehicle Fueling Devices (September 2014)  Modifications NIST HB 44-5.55 Timing Devices Code  Other Commercial Electric Meters* ◦ Test Equipment & Test Procedures  Subcommittee established January 2013  Chaired by Ted Bohn, Argonne National Laboratory  Parallels Code Development  Final Draft N. (Notes) Section/


Diagnosis and Troubleshooting of Automotive Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Systems, Fifth Edition By James D. Halderman © 2010 Pearson Higher Education,

Prentice Hall - Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 TESTING MASS AIR FLOW SENSORS MAF Sensor Output Test Tap Test Digital Meter Test of an MAF Sensor Contaminated Sensor Test MAF-Related Diagnostic Trouble Codes Diagnosis and Troubleshooting of Automotive Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Systems, Fifth Edition By/ Education, Inc. Pearson Prentice Hall - Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 REVIEW QUESTIONS 7.What is the procedure to follow for checking the 5-volt reference and TP sensor ground? 8.How can a TP sensor be/


LSEEE101A 9119A Physical & Electrical. Physical Hazards Noise Radiation Light Vibration These are.

Noise How do we measure it? If workers move around or the noise level varies Personal Noise Exposure Meter Records and calculates noise exposure with regard to: Frequency Level Length of time Noise LSEEE101A 9119A Radiation Ionizing /Electrical Work ” Publication N o 0964 TTo make dead circuit must be isolated Isolation Procedure Order 1. Assess the need 2. Notify affected people/Seek authority 3. Method of isolation 4. Test for supply 5. Isolate 6. Danger Tag 7. Test 8. Test tester Isolation Procedure/


1 California Solar Initiative. 2 Content  Overview of CSI  What’s New  CSI Status Update  CSI Field Inspection Process  CSI Metering  CSI Application.

or/index.html 14 PAs Advice Letter - Procedures PAs intend to file an Advice Letter with the CPUC to recommend/.ca.gov/static/energy/electric/electric +markets/metering/msps.htm MDMA – Listed on CPUC website: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/static/energy/electric/electric +markets/metering/mdmas.htm PMRS – /Systems for Grid-Tied Applications Solar Water Heating Systems Field Verification and Diagnostic Testing of Photovoltaic Systems for HERS Raters Understanding Financial Analysis Methods for Photovoltaic (PV/


“Constant Flow Meter-Mix” TM Technology Cyclomix™ Micro Entry Level 2K Metering System.

– *Small volume of solvent required for flushing – *Data storage on VOC & material consumption – *Continuous metering performance monitoring – *Easy to use – *Consistent quality of mixed material ( ± 1% accuracy) – */Testing Procedure in accordance with ISO 9001 This involves Testing : –All Pneumatic functions –All Electrical functions –Testing the PLC interface to the electro-pneumatic solenoid valves –Pressure testing on oil up to 2740 PSI (175 bar) leak testing –Material Valve function Equipment Testing/


CIM Test Development Process John Simmins Weekly Status and Planning Meeting 4/5/2011.

also needed Sample messages created 4 © 2011 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Paris CIM Interop Test Last Week 5 © 2011 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Meter Outage System Test ECITP 2.05 / 2.06 6 © 2011 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Outage Management Part 9 Message Mapping Test Procedures Systems Under Test Service Operati ons MessagesPayload XSD XSD created 1/


Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps. Troubleshooting Electric Circuits Chapter 7.

Electric Circuits Chapter 7 Lesson Objectives  Understand safety procedures and precautions.  Recognize meter types and application.  Measure voltage, amperage and resistance.  Understand electrical component function and troubleshooting. Introduction  Electricity operates HVACR components.  Electricity/between a terminal and the casing, the capacitor must be replaced Capacitor Ohmmeter Test Capacitor Testing  A meter like this one can also measure capacitance: – Discharge capacitor first as described/


Diagnosis and Troubleshooting of Automotive Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Systems, Fifth Edition By James D. Halderman © 2010 Pearson Higher Education,

Troubleshooting of Automotive Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Systems, Fifth Edition By James D. Halderman © 2010 Pearson Higher Education, Inc. Pearson Prentice Hall - Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 ELECTRONIC IGNITION TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE When troubleshooting any /object. If not, replace the sensor. Then, the sensor can be tested using a digital meter set to read AC volts. Diagnosis and Troubleshooting of Automotive Electrical, Electronic, and Computer Systems, Fifth Edition By James D. Halderman ©/


OBJECTIVES 1. Explain the benefits of certifying cable installations. 2. Differentiate between a channel and a basic link. 3. Identify standard tests.

-Testing Level II Testers To understand the procedure for properly calibrating the Level II testers, performing the self test, and documenting the test results Several warnings are listed in the manual that indicate the possibility of causing the meters to give erroneous test / at different times, depending upon which twisted pair the signals used. The difference in time taken by these electrical signals between the fastest and slowest wire pairs is the measurement called the delay skew. If a computer system/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved Automotive Technology, Fifth Edition James Halderman CIRCUIT TESTERS AND DIGITAL METERS 42.

James Halderman © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved SAFETY TIP: Meter Usage on Hybrid Electric Vehicle Many hybrid electric vehicles use system voltage as high as 650 volts DC. Be sure to follow all vehicle manufacturer’s testing procedures; and if a voltage measurement is needed, be sure to use a meter and test leads that are designed to insulate against high voltages. The International Electrotechnical/


Copper Testing ELCM 254 Updated Dec 2013 1.

approves the test procedure, whether its a Permanent Link or Channel test, and determine which reporting documents required. Ensure test equipment is calibrated and certified (if required). 14 Continuity The most basic of all the tests, the continuity test checks for a continuous electrical path through all the connections. Continuity tests are often sufficient for simple, basic cabling (provided all the connection rules have been followed). Basic meters and/


THEMIS Instrument Suite PEREFI- 1 UCB, May 2, 2005 THEMIS Electric Field Instrument (EFI) Instrument Suite PER The THEMIS EFI, IDPU and II&T Teams.

5 UCB, May 2, 2005 Changes Since M-CDR Final changes to Mechanical and Electrical Designs (see also PFR Status): –AXB –AXB Boom length reduced to 7.0 meters tip-to-tip based on CBE of Probe mass properties as of Nov ’04 / removal from proof-load fixture; bent pins were straightened and inspected; broken wire was spliced, re-connected, inspected, and tested; proof-load test procedure modified to remove chance for connector damage. PFR-022, FM1 Sphere Mislocation.Closed. One SPB Sphere was not properly seated /


CIM Test Methodology Overview John Simmins 5/24/2011.

StepPass/Fail 1IEC 61968 version 10v30, MeterReading XSD CIS (source) MDMSRequest an on-demand meter read from at least one meter. Pass/Fail 2AMI Meter/ simulated meter Head-endMeter or meter simulator sends proprietary messages to head-end 3Head-endMDMSVerify Head-end sends a MeterReadings message to the MDMS using CIM test procedure MV-01 message verification. Record and save the content of the message. Using one/


CHAPTER © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 21 Electrocardiography and Pulmonary Function Testing.

patient about conditions and activities that could affect the test accuracy –Explain procedure and its purpose –Explain the need for a nose clip –/amount of air that can be quickly forced from the lungs Peak flow meter Reveals narrowing of airways before an asthma attack Peak flow zones –Different for/4The electrocardiograph consists of the following components: electrodes, which detect and conduct electrical impulses to the electrocardiograph; amplifier, which increases the signal, making the /


Introduction of OIML R59 Moisture Meters for Cereal Grains and Oilseeds (1984) 1 Dr. Tsuyoshi Matsumoto Chair of APLMF WG on Quality Measurements of Agricultural.

added based on OIML D11. Test procedures for type approval were added. Test procedures for type approval were added. Requirements to sample treatment were added. Requirements to sample treatment were added. Test report format was added. Test report format was added. 3/) 13 4. Summary Comments R59 practically aims at moisture meters based on electrical capacitance and near infrared methods.R59 practically aims at moisture meters based on electrical capacitance and near infrared methods. In the revision of R59/


Introduction of ISO 7700-1 (2008) Food products - Checking the performance of moisture meters in use Part 1: Moisture meters for cereals 1 Dr. Tsuyoshi.

Sample left in the bottle of sample (A) after taking the portion (B). 10 7. Procedure 7.3 Checking of moisture meter (1) 1.Homogenize the test sample (A-B) by shaking the bottle. 2.Open the bottle and make sure there is /meters in use Part 2: Moisture meters for oilseeds This is a similar standard with part 1 except that the application is limited to oilseeds. => Explanation is omitted! 18 This presentation material is based on the ISO 7700-1 (2008). A part of the material was provided by the Kett Electric/


IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency Lecture 7 – Calibration and Testing of Radiation Protection Instruments Postgraduate Educational Course in radiation.

to atmospheric conditions (Pressure, temperature, humidity, dust, electric and magnetic fields, etc.) l Fading Module V.1 Lecture 7 - Calibration79 IAEA Recommended type testing procedure 1. Choose the photon energy from the ISO /Module V.1 Lecture 7 - Calibration105 References IAEA INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION, Alpha, Beta and Alpha-Beta Contamination Meters and Monitors, EEC Publication 325, Geneva (198 1). INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION, Portable Neutron Ambient Dose Equivalent /


PDO ENGINEERING STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES PROJECT MANAGEMENT – CFDH: UEP - (Julian Masters) Doc. IDDocument TitleAdditional NotesRev. Date CP-117Project.

of piping systems (non-electrical)Feb-13 DEP 30.10.05.11Plant Model Construction & ReviewFeb-15 DEP 61.38.10.10Shop and Field Fabrication of Orifice Meter Runs Feb-13 MECHANICAL ROTATING/Testing EngineersVer. 2.0Jun-10 PR-2180 Third party power permanent connection procedure Ver.1.0 Oct-15 GU-290Infrastructure Power Systems Department – Power Systems Asset ManagementVer. 2.0Mar-06 GU-323Infrastructure Power Systems Department - Key Business ControlVer. 3.0May-06 Documentation Guidelines GU-325 Electrical/


Emerging Electrical Codes for Renewable Energy Sources Mark Konz PE.

or removing wire or cables NESC Part 4 Section 42-General rules for Employees (cont.) – Underground line operating procedure Guarding openings Testing for gasses Use of flames in underground facilities Excavations-use of shoring NESC Part 4 Section 43-Rules for /250KW or less Can be tied to electrical distribution system or not. If excess capacity is expected then best to attach. Get credit for selling excess electricity back to power company. Requires special meter and disconnecting equipment. Must be able /


1 Supporting Retail Electric Deregulation for Texas.

Retail markets Protect the integrity of the electric grid Ensure responsibilities and requirements for all Market Processes are identified /Orders (optional) 650 Service Orders: Reread/Meter test 650 Disconnect/Reconnect 820 Payment 650 Service Order Reply: Reread/Meter Tests 650 Disconnect/Reconnect Response 810 Invoice for Wires/ adoption as new processes and procedures are necessary.Working groups submit changes to RMS for Market adoption as new processes and procedures are necessary. Upon RMS approval/


Electrical Awareness Arc Flash Overview & Qualifications By: Joseph F

Flash Protection. Equipment such as switchboards, panelboards, industrial control panels, meter socket enclosures, and motor control centers that are in other than dwelling/ and Shielding materials, Insulated tools and test equipment. Qualified Person NFPA 70 E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2009 Edition A/ electrical projects. Reduce maintenance cost. Arc Flash Summary Proper Maintenance Define and follow necessary PM procedures Knowledge Understand the true dangers of electricity Planning/


Electrical installation in the field of low voltage with reference to IEC 60364 (VDE 0100) and changes in rated voltage of AC 110V to AC 230V Copyright.

to be involved for the conformity assessment procedure EN 50470 -1 Electricity metering equipment (a.c.) – Part 1: General requirements, tests and test conditions -Metering equipment (class indexes A, B and C); EN 50470 -3 Electricity metering equipment (a.c.) – Part 3: Particular requirements - Static meters for active energy (class indexes A, B and C); IEC 62052-31 Electricity metering equipment (AC) – General requirements, test and test conditions - Part 31: Product safety requirements/


How I Passed the CISSP Test: Lessons Learned in Certification

Testing Overview Definition Areas to test Methods of testing Testing procedures Testing hazards Areas to Test Application security Denial of Service (DoS) War dialing Wireless penetration Social engineering PBX and IP telephony Penetration Testing/ Privacy and Safety Facility Support Systems Fire protection HVAC Electrical power goals UPS Water Communications Alarm system Domain Objectives / 1 meter/3-4 feet – will deter casual trespassers 2 meters/6-7 feet – too high to climb easily 2.5 meters/8 feet/


CIM Test Development Process John Simmins Weekly Status and Planning Meeting 5/3/2011.

.General issues discussion 5.Action items for individuals 6.Expected work output during next week 3 © 2011 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Progress Since Last Call Sample messages created for all test procedures –Scheduled Meter Reading –On Demand Meter Reading –Tampering Detection –Disconnect/Reconnect 4 © 2011 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Issues, opportunities and risks arising during the previous week/


Inspection, Testing and Maintenance Continental Policy and Procedure Jeremy Hadfield, Keith Obert & Jesse Warboys.

been removed) Detection in the form of a pilot line system, or electric detection will permit water to enter the piping and flow from the open /) Pump suction control valve Main relief valve (should be closed during test) Flow meter Transfer switch Cautions: Never start new pump without approval of factory representatives/ is the fire protection contractor’s responsibility to determine the problem. Fundamental Test Procedures Minimum test must include three points: Churn 100% pump rating 150% pump rating /


1 “ Excellence Through Training ”. 2 Firefighter Safety Controlling the Utilities Natural Gas Electricity DANGER.

fail, causing energized wires to fall to the ground. 61 Electrical Hazards Types of Emergencies Vehicles contacting wires 62 Electrical Hazards Types of Emergencies Vehicles contacting wires Procedures for vehicles in contact with energized wires are the same as/meter is removed, the energized contacts in the meter socket are left exposed, posing a shock hazard to anyone near the meter base. Structure Fires 79 Electrical Hazards Summary Treat all wires as dangerous and energized at high voltage until tested/


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