Superseded Standard

IEEE 484-2002

IEEE Recommended Practice for Installation Design and Installation of Vented Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

This standard provides general requirements, direction, and methods for qualifying Class1E electric cables, field splices, factory splices, and factory rework for service in nuclear power generating stations. Categories of cables covered are those used for power, control, and instrumentation services, including signal and communication cables. Field cables, wires, and splices are within the scope of this standard. Cables, wires, and splices within or integral to other devices (e.g., instruments, panels, motors, etc.) should be qualified using the requirements in the applicable device standard or IEEE Std 323-1983, as appropriate. However, this standard's requirements may be applied to the wire and cable within these devices.

Sponsor Committee
PE/ESSB - Energy Storage & Stationary Battery Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2001-02-21
Superseded by
484-2019
Superseding
484-1996
Board Approval
2002-09-12
History
ANSI Approved:
2003-01-22
Published:
2003-02-12
Reaffirmed:
2008-12-10

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/ESSB - Energy Storage & Stationary Battery Committee
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Working Group
WG_484 - Vented Lead-Acid Batteries Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Michael Kipness
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Working Group Chair
Joseph Stevens
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484-2019

IEEE Recommended Practice for Installation Design and Installation of Vented Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

Recommended design practices and procedures for storage, location, mounting, ventilation, instrumentation, preassembly, assembly, and charging of vented lead-acid batteries are provided. Required safety practices are also included. These recommended practices are applicable to all stationary applications. Specific applications, such as emergency lighting units, semiportable equipment, and alternate energy applications, may have other appropriate practices and are beyond the scope of this recommended practice.

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