This Standard applies to track systems for the connection of luminaires to the electrical supply, of 300 V between poles, 150 Volts-to-ground with the provision for earthing (Class I) and a minimum rated current of 20 A per conductor, or of a rated SELV n ot exceeding 25 V with the provision for earthing (Class III) and rated current not exceeding 25 A per conductor. The track systems can also provide for the mechanical support of the luminaires.
This Standard applies to the safety of such equipment designed to meet the requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.
Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, in CSA Publication SPE-2000.
It applies to track systems designed for normal use for mounting on, or flush with, or suspended from walls and ceilings. These tracks are for the purpose of renting, where, and where, explosions are liable to occur.
This Standard shall be read in conjunction with the sections of IEC 598-1 to which reference is made.
This standard is applicable to two or more pole rail systems intended for the connection of luminaires to the electrical supply network having a nominal voltage of not more than 300 V between poles (live conductors) and 150 volts to earth and one minimum rated current of 20 amps per conductor and a grounding device (class I); a nominal SELV not exceeding 25 V with a rated current not exceeding 25 A per conductor and not having a grounding device (Class III). Rail systems can also provide mechanical support for luminaires.
This standard applies to the safety of devices designed to be installed on lead-ups up to 750 V and used in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part One.
Note: Manufacturers developing products for the Canadian market will find a useful summary of the CEC equipment requirements, Part One in CSA SPE-2000.
It applies to track systems designed for ordinary indoor use intended to be mounted on or flush with walls or ceilings or suspended therefrom. These rail systems are not intended for locations where special conditions prevail, such as in boats, vehicles and the like, or in dangerous places, such as those where explosions may occur.
This standard should be read in conjunction with the sections of IEC 598-1 referred to.