Scope It is the purpose of these specifications to assure that tested electrical equipment and systems are operational, are within applicable standards and manufacturer's tolerances, and are installed in accordance with design specifications. These specifications cover the suggested field tests and inspections that are available to assess the suitability for initial energization and final acceptance of electrical power equipment and systems. Errata sheets serve to notify end users of these corrections so the amended language can be taken into consideration when referencing the standards. It is the intent of the NETA Standards Review Council to hold these errata for review and consideration by the consensus body during the next regularly scheduled revision of the standard.
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Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Ansi neta-ats 1. Consensus is established when, in the judgment of the ANSI Board of Standards Review, substantial agreement has been reached by directly and materially affected interests.
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Purchasers of American National Standards may receive current information on all standards by calling or writing the American National Standards Institute. Qualifications of Testing Organization and Personnel 3. Division of Responsibility 4. General 5. Charles K. Blizard, Sr. Timothy J. Cotter Diane W. Hageman Roderic L. Scott A. Walter Cleary C. Testing, Inc. Barry W. Tyndall Electrical Equipment Upgrading, Inc. Steve Dodd Elemco Testing Co. Robert J. James P. Ratshin High Voltage Maintenance Corp.
Shashikant B. Bagle North Central Electric, Inc. Miles R. Engelke Power Plus Engineering, Inc. Ralph Patterson Power Services, Inc. David Huffman Power Test, Inc. Chris Zavadlov Powertech Services, Inc. Jean A.
Roland Davidson Scott Testing, Inc. Russ Sorbello Shermco Industries, Inc. This document is subject to periodic review, and users are cautioned to obtain the latest edition. Comments and suggestions are invited from all users for consideration by the Association in connection with such review. Any such suggestions will be fully reviewed by the Association after giving the commenter, upon request, a reasonable opportunity to be heard.
This document should not be confused with federal, state, or municipal specifications or regulations, insurance requirements, or national safety codes.
While the Association recommends reference to or use of this document by government agencies and others, use of this document is purely voluntary and not binding. NETA developed specifications for the acceptance of new electrical apparatus prior to energization and for the maintenance of existing apparatus to determine its suitability to remain in service. NETA's review and updating of presently published standards takes into account both national and international standards.
NETA firmly endorses a global standardization. The NETA Acceptance Testing Specifications was developed for use by those responsible for assessing the suitability for initial energization of electrical power equipment and systems and to specify field tests and inspections that ensure these systems and apparatus perform satisfactorily, minimizing downtime and maximizing life expectancy.
Since , several revisions of the Acceptance Testing Specifications have been published; in the NETA Technical Committee, with approval of the Board of Directors, set a four-year review and revision schedule. Unless it involves a significant safety or urgent technical issue, each comment and suggestion for change is held until the appropriate review period.
Each edition includes new and completely revised sections. Since , revised editions of the Acceptance Testing Specifications have been published in , , , , and Suggestions for improvement of this standard are welcome. Many criteria are used in determining what equipment is to be tested and to what extent.
To help the user better understand and navigate more efficiently through this document, we offer the following information: Notation of Changes Material included in this edition of the document but not part of the edition is marked with a black vertical line in the margin to the left of the insertion of text, deletion of text, or alteration of text. It is not intended that this document list how to test specific pieces of equipment or systems.
Expected Test Results Section 7 consists of sections specific to each particular type of equipment. Within those sections there are, typically, three main bodies of information: 1. Visual and Mechanical Inspection 2. Electrical Tests 3. Test Values Those items with an expected result are referenced under Section 3.
These specifications cover the suggested field tests and inspections that are available to assess the suitability for initial energization of electrical power equipment and systems. Your Alert Profile lists the documents that will be monitored. If the document is revised or amended, you will be notified by email. You may delete a document from your Alert Profile at any time. This standard is also available to be included in Standards Subscriptions.