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Save Supplier. Supplier Name:. Note: Notes are optional and private. CSA C For mines and quarry applications, see also CSA M Document History. This Code applies to all electrical work and electrical equipment operating or intended to operate at all voltages in electrical installations for buildings, structures, and premises, including This Code covers all electrical work and electrical equipment operating or intended to operate at all voltages in electrical installations for buildings, structures, and premises, including This Code covers all electrical work and electrical equipment operating or intended to operate at ali voltages in electrical installations for buildings, structures, and premises, including This document references:.

This Code of Safety Standards covers the design, construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, alteration and repair of elevators, dumbwaiters, escalators, inclined lifts, This standard specifies the requirements for metal cable trays and associated fittings designed for use in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code CE Code , Part I, and the This recommended practice applies to preventive maintenance for electrical, electronic, and communication systems and equipment and is not intended to duplicate or supersede instructions that This standard covers dimensional requirements for plugs and receptacles rated up to 60 Ampere and Volts.

It also includes dimensions for wall plates.

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Also included is the recommended marking for Any help is greatly appreciated!! Eamon Involved In Discussions Jun 2, There really are two questions here, I think.

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First, apropos of jurisdiction. Medical devices qua medical devices are under the jurisdiction of Health Canada. However, you seem to be referring to a requirement stemming from the electrical code, and thus applying more broadly than medical devices, to anything that connects to mains.

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Health Canada, as titular regulator of medical devices, would not independently be enforcing an electrical code requirement - they would leave that up to the provincial safety boards. Here, in any case, you are not here dealing with HC, but with your marking body. It is their mark you are applying to use, and therefore, one would think, their choice of applicable criteria. I don't find it surprising that a marking body is concerned about electrical code compliance.

Note that even if they have certified your MEE to , this requirement might well not have arisen within the scope of the certification. Instead, it might be applied specifically when evaluating for marking for a particular national market. Perhaps this is what you have encountered. Second, apropos of French. Canada is officially bilingual. While I have not looked into this particular case, from living here I can assure you that official bilingualism generally imposes a requirement to label things in both official languages.

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I'm not in a position to quote regulations chapter and verse, but I hope this helps nonetheless. Last edited: Jun 2, Peter Selvey Trusted. Jun 15, It is left to each province and territory to decide what to do.


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The reference to C Years ago UL insisted on doing a 40A earthing test according to C I researched and found this "No. I don't have access to the latest versions, but I suspect the same clause would have to exist to avoid conflict.

That would take precedence over any requirement from C However, for the equipment marking, there is no statement about language so C As I understand, for marking there is a preference anyhow for symbols to be used to avoid trouble with translations. And keep in mind the scope, just because there is text on the device doesn't mean it needs to be translated. Only text which is relevant to compliance with the standards. Upshot is, you need to read the standards, not a quick summary. You must log in or register to reply here.