QwikFit-IRis a unique solution for panelboard applications where small frame breaker’s load side connections would not be visible for infrared inspection even if a custom deadfront replacement panel had been installed. The QwikFit-IR replaces the small frame breaker’s blanking plate providing unparalleled inspection access.
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IRISS IR windows are the most certified windows in the industry with IEEE (impact & load), UL, cUL, Lloyds and CSA C22.2 14-13 for industrial control equipment Check out this product certifications!
UL 50V applies to infrared windows and is more of a classification than a standard that applies for performance-of-build characteristics.
Lloyd’s of London
Lloyd’s provides independent, third-party approval certificates attesting to a product’s conformity with specific standards or specifications. It verifies the manufacturer’s production quality systems through a combination of design reviews and type testing.
UL 508 & 508A
UL 508 and UL 508A are classification for the components used on electrical panels. UL 746C is a standard requiring flammability and impact tests for polymeric materials used on electrical equipment.
American Burea of Shipping
An ABS assessment is the pre-approval of a product for use on a variety of ABS- classed ships following a technical evaluation. Ship designers, builders and owners can select the product to be placed aboard and ABS-classed vessel.
UL 50E standard applies to enclosures for electrical equipment intended to be installed and used in non-hazardous locations.
DNV Certification is awarded for marine and offshore applications and allows preventative maintenance on electrical equipment in these vertical markets. DNV covers Rules for Classification of Ships and Offshore Standards (vessels, tankers, military and cruise ships, and oil drilling riggs).
Sets the impact & flammability standards for polymer materials used in electrical equipment to 1500 volts. Plastic/polymer parts of an IR window must pass flammability tests at room temperature & remain intact during an impact test performed at 0°C (32°F).
IEEE C37 20.2a.3.6
The IEEE C37 20.2 Section 3.6 is the impact and load requirement for all viewing panes installed on medium and high voltage switchgear. Panes made from crystal of glass will not pass these requirements.
Requirement covers metal-enclosed, low-voltage power circuit breaker switchgear assemblies containing but not limited to low-voltage power circuit breakers, switches, control, instrumentation and metering, protective and regulating equipment.