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Standard for Safety for Flexible Cord & Fixture Wire Ul 62 (Standard for Safety)

Underwriters Laboratories

Standard for Safety for Flexible Cord & Fixture Wire Ul 62 (Standard for Safety)

by Underwriters Laboratories

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Published by Underwriters Laboratories, Incorporated .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Engineering - Electrical & Electronic,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12096414M
    ISBN 101559892315
    ISBN 109781559892315
    OCLC/WorldCa26704070

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Standard for Safety for Flexible Cord & Fixture Wire Ul 62 (Standard for Safety) by Underwriters Laboratories Download PDF EPUB FB2

BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Office of the Federal Register Washington, D.C. By Authority of the Code of Federal Regulations: 46 CFR Name of Legally Binding Document: UL Standard for Flexible Cord and Fixture Wire Name of Standards Organization: Underwriters Laboratories LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT.

Standard for Safety for Flexible Cord & Fixture Wire Ul 62 15th Edition ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "UL Standard for Flexible Cord and Fixture Wire". UL Standard for Safety for Flexible Cord and Fixture Wire, UL 62 Sixteenth Edition, Dated Octo Revisions: This Standard contains revisions through and including Ma UL is in the process of converting its Standards for Safety to the Standard Generalized Markup File Size: 2MB.

Flexible Cord and Fixture Wire. chat_bubble_outline chat_bubble_outline ; email ; UL 62 1 Scope General This standard specifies the requirements for flexible cords, elevator cables, electric vehicle cables, electric vehicle cables, and hoistway cables rated V maximum and intended for use in accordance with CSA C, Canadian.

scope: General. This standard specifies the requirements for flexible cords, elevator cables, and hoistway cables rated V maximum and electric vehicle cables rated V maximum and intended for use in accordance with CAN/CSA C, Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, in Canada, NOMSEDE, La Norma de Instalaciones Electricas, in Mexico, and N National Electrical Code.

Flexible cords and cabling are very useful, allowing us to do things that Chapter 3 wiring methods do not. But this flexibility comes at a cost, and that cost is increased vulnerability. For that reason, Art.

requirements are essential for safety. Fig. Refer to Sec. (A) and (B) for guidance on the ampacity of flexible cords.

Table 2 — Low Voltage Cables, Flexible Cords, and Fixture Wires Table 3 — Special Purpose Wire and Cable In each table, wire and cable types are identified by the name of the category under which they appear on UL’s Product IQ database at Most wire and cable.

UL Standard | UL | Edition 12 | Standard for Cord Sets and Power-Supply Cords | Edition Date: Ma | ANSI Approved: Aug The UL Mark appearing on the coil, reel, flange, or box is the only means to identify wire/cable covered under UL certification and Follow-Up Service.

The UL symbol or letters "UL" surface printed on the wire/cable is only a supplemental method of marking the product and should not be considered as evidence of UL coverage. UL 13 Standard for power-limited circuit cable: UL 44 Standard for rubber-insulated wires and cables: UL 62 Standard for flexible cord and fixture wire: UL 83 Standard for thermoplastic insulated wires and cables: UL Standard for communications cables: UL Standard for appliance wiring material-component: UL Technical.

Develops, maintains, and monitors industry Standards including Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Standards UL 62 Flexible Cords and Cables and UL Cord Sets and Power Supply Cords; participates in the technical aspects linked to UL Standard for Safety for Attachment Plugs and Receptacles and UL Standard for Relocatable Power Tap.

Voltage rating: The most common rating for residential use is volts, though this can vary. The number indicates the maximum voltage the wire can safely carry. UL: Indicates that the cable is safety certified and approved for use by Underwriters Laboratories. The temporary installations discussed above, employ flexible wiring and cables, including, in some cases, extension cords.

There are applications in which the flexible cables are run through windows, doors and above ceiling tiles. In such cases, the electrician takes measures to protect cables from accidental damage. Flexible cords. The first thing to understand about flexible cords is the NEC does not consider them "a wiring method." Article applies to the cords and cables in Tablebut it does not apply to the cables in Chapter 3 (e.g., NM, AC, or MC cable).

Perhaps the second thing to understand about flexible cords is you must use the right. Rough Service appliance vacuum cleaner type cord. Flexible but like type “C”, coated in rubber like “POSJ”, encasing both strands with an appearance fabric outside layer.

PAF: Perfluroalkoxy, Solid or 7 strand, °F. Fixture wire, Awg. nickel or nickel coated copper fixture wire. See PFA wire. PAFF: Stranded PAF wire, °F. They must also meet the requirements of §(g)(1), Use of flexible cords and cables. For example, the flexible power cord is not to be routed through walls, windows, ceilings, floors, or similar openings.

Thank you for your interest in occupational safety and health. We hope you find this information helpful. Standard Wire & Cable Co. Rancho Dominguez E. Vista Bella Way, Rancho Dominguez, CA () () FAX: () Portable cord for electrical power supply and general use in equipment exposed to severe environments.

For use outdoors in wet or dry locations, pendants, connection of portable lamps, portable and mobile signs or appliances, wiring of cranes or hoists, and as permitted by NEC, article Standards UL 62 Flexible Cord and Fixture Wire.

An electronic document associated with a UL Standard for Safety or Outline of Investigation, and issued by UL to propose: Flexible Cords and Cables: 2: Fixture Wire: Standard for Motor-Operated Appliances: Standard for Cord Reels: AB: 3: Standard for Wire Connectors: C: 7: Splicing Wire Connectors.

Flexible Cords and Fixture Wire: UL 62, Flexible Cords and Cables. ULPortable Power Cable. John Wade: Linda Phinney STP 62 – Call for Members: Interests Needed: AHJ, Commercial / Industrial Users, Government, Producer, Supply Chain, Testing & Standards Org: APPLY HERE!1.

UL 62, ANSI C – Safety standard for flexible cord and fixture wire 2. UL A and B – Safety standard for outlet boxes and fittings 3. CEC Section 4 – Conductors – Uses of flexible cord – Uses of portable power cable (4) – Flexible cords in ducts and plenum chambers.UL LLC is a global safety certification company headquartered in Northbrook, maintains offices in 46 countries.

Established in as the Underwriters' Electrical Bureau (a bureau of the National Board of Fire Underwriters), it was known throughout the 20th century as Underwriters Laboratories and participated in the safety analysis of many of that century's new technologies.