Working Group Details
DryType-WGC57.12.01 - Dry Type Transformers - General Req. Working Group
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This standard describes electrical and mechanical requirements of single and polyphase ventilated, nonventilated, and sealed dry-type distribution and power transformers or autotransformers, with a voltage of 601 V or higher in the highest voltage winding. This standard applies to all dry-type transformers, including those with solid cast and/or resin-encapsulated windings except as follows: a) Instrument transformers; b) Step- and induction-voltage regulators; c) Arc-furnace transformers; d) Rectifier transformers; e) Specialty and general-purpose transformers; f) Mine transformers; g) Testing transformers; h) Welding transformers. NOTE--Where IEEE standards do not exist for the transformers mentioned above or for other special transformers, this standard may be applicable as a whole or in parts subject to agreement between the parties responsible for the application and for the design of the transformer.
C57.12.01-1998 - IEEE Standard General Requirements for Dry-Type Distribution and Power Transformers Including Those with Solid Cast and/or Resin Encapsulated Windings
Superseded by IEEE Std C57.12.01-2005 Electrical, mechanical, and safety requirements of ventilated, nonventilated, and sealeddry-type distribution and power transformers or autotransformers, single and polyphase, with a volt-age of 601 V or higher in the highest voltage winding, are described. Information that can be usedas a basis for the establishment of performance, interchangeability, and safety requirements ofequipment described, and for assistance in the proper selection of such equipment, is given.
C57.12.01-2015 - IEEE Standard for General Requirements for Dry-Type Distribution and Power Transformers
Electrical and mechanical requirements of ventilated, non-ventilated, and sealed dry-type distribution and power transformers or autotransformers (single and polyphase, with a voltage of 601 V or higher in the highest voltage winding) are described.