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NETA Acceptance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Distribution Equipment and Systems, 2007 edition.

The NETA Acceptance Testing Specifications is a document to assist designers, specifiers, architects, and users of electrical equipment and systems in specifying required tests on newly-installed power systems and apparatus, before energizing, to ensure that the installation and equipment comply with specifications and intended use as well as with regulatory and safety requirements.

The Acceptance Specifications include topics such as Applicable Codes, Standards, and Reference; Qualifications of the Testing Agency; Division of Responsibility; General Information concerning Testing Equipment; Short-Circuit Analysis and Coordinating Studies, System Function Tests; and Thermographic Surveys.

A major featured section includes tests to be performed on Switchgear and Switchboard Assemblies, Transformers, Cables, Metal-Enclosed Busways, Switches, Circuit Breakers, Network Protectors, Protective Relays, Instrument Transformers, Metering and Instrumentation, Grounding Systems, Ground Fault Systems, Rotating Machinery, Motor Control, Direct-Current Systems, Surge Arresters, Capacitors, Outdoor Bus Structures, Emergency Systems, Automatic Circuit Reclosers and Line Sectionalizers, Fiber-Optic Cables, and Electrical Safety Equipment.

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InterNational Electrical Testing Association [NETA]


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