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IEEE/ANSI C37.85-1989

American National Standard for Switchgear-Alternating-Current High-Voltage Power Vacuum Interrupters-Safety Requirements for X-Radiation Limits

This standard specifies the maximum permissible X-radiation emission from alternating-current high-voltage power vacuum interrupters that are intended to be operated at voltages between 5000 volts and 38 000 volts when tested in accordance with procedures described in this standard.

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