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Incorporating Amendment No. Installation of photovoltaic PV arrays. This Standard was published on 19 May The following are represented on Committee EL Alternative Technology Association. Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association. Business Council for Sustainable Energy. Electrocomm and Energy Utilities Qualifications Standards.
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ISBN 0 4. This Standard incorporates Amendment No. The changes required by the. Amendment are indicated in the text by a marginal bar and amendment number against the. The objective of this Standard is to provide guidance for installers of photovoltaic arrays. This Standard sets out the general installation requirements for photovoltaic PV arrays.
This Standard does not apply to photovoltaic systems or arrays operating at less than. Single string of modules. Multi-string PV array. PV array divided into several sub-arrays. This Standard addresses the safety requirements arising from the particular characteristics of. A discussion of those characteristics is presented in Appendix A.
Safety signs for the occupational environment. Degrees of protection provided by enclosures IP Code. Stand-alone power systems. Part Safety requirements.
System design guidelines. Structural design actions. Wind actions. Lightning protection. Electrical installations—Selection of cables. Part 1. Australian installation conditions. New Zealand installation conditions. Approval and test specification—General requirements for electrical equipment. Approval and test specification—Plugs and socket outlets. Approval and test specification—Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for general.
Approval and test specification—Air break switches. Residual current-operated circuit-breakers without integral overcurrent. Part 1: General rules. Residual current operated circuit-breakers with integral overcurrent protection.
Part 1: Residual current operated circuit-breakers with integral overcurrent. Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for industrial purposes. Part 2: Dimensional interchangeability requirements for pin and contact-tube. Crystalline silicon terrestrial photovoltaic PV modules—Design qualification.
Low voltage surge protective devices. Part Surge protective devices connected to low voltage power distribution. Thin-film terrestrial photovoltaic PV modules—Design qualification and type. Photovoltaic module safety qualification. Requirements for construction. Requirements for testing. Photovoltaic PV module safety qualification.
Capable of being reached quickly and without climbing over or removing obstructions,. Any conductor which is maintained at a difference of potential from the neutral or earthed. In a system which does not include a neutral or earthed conductor, all. Capable of being reached for inspection, maintenance or repairs without necessitating the. A single cable core, or two or more cable cores laid up together, either with or without. The conductor with its insulation but not including any mechanical protective covering.
Equipment in which protection against electric shock does not rely on basic insulation only,. Such equipment may be one of the following types:. Equipment having durable and substantially continuous enclosures of insulating. Class II equipment. Equipment having a substantially continuous metal enclosure, in which double. Equipment that is a combination of the types described in Items a and b.
A device that periodically measures the resistance to earth of each pole of the PV array. When a PV array is installed on a building, the installation earth is the earthing bar or. For freestanding PV arrays, the installation earth is the earthing bar or earthing rod of the. PV system. The short circuit current of the PV array at standard test conditions, and is equal to:.
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The alterations were decided on by the EL Standards Committee, on which the Clean Energy Council CEC sits alongside representatives of other stakeholders as electrical safety bodies, fire brigade representatives, training organisations, and related industry bodies. The changes to AS relate to wiring, labeling, disconnection devices, earthing, and system documentation and commissioning. Interestingly and relatedly , one of the major changes—the requirement to use heavy-duty conduit around all DC wiring—will raise the difficulty level of the installation of conventional, centralised inverter systems. This change will have virtually no effect on the installation of AC solar systems to the same degree, as the DC wiring in such systems is significantly shorter. The July AS standard changes are outlined below.
BISOL’s modules comply with Australian AS5033 Standard
Incorporating Amendment No. Installation of photovoltaic PV arrays. This Standard was published on 19 May The following are represented on Committee EL Alternative Technology Association. Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association. Business Council for Sustainable Energy.