Industrial Control and Systems: Enclosures
Status: ActiveDocument ID: 100143
Covers enclosure requirements of all industrial control devices functioning on commercial voltages of up to 750 V dc or up to 7,200 V ac. Includes information concerning ratings, construction, testing, performance and manufacture.
Published Date: May.10.2017
Number of pages: 22
Document ID: 100143
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