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Puesta a tierra de sistemas elctricos. Consideraciones generales. Cdigo de prctica. Puesta a tierra de sistemas elctricos. Gua de mediciones de magnitudes de puesta a tierra (resistencias, resistividades y gradientes). Puesta a tierra de sistemas elctricos. Instalaciones industriales y domiciliarias (inmuebles) y redes de baja tensin. Cdigo de prctica. Puesta a tierra de sistemas elctricos. Parte 8 - Puesta a tierra de columnas, de torres y de otros sistemas de alumbrado exterior. Cdigo de prctica. Proteccin de las estructuras contra las descargas elctricas atmosfricas (rayos). Parte 1: Principios generales. Proteccin de estructuras contra descargas elctricas atmosfricas (rayos). Parte 1: Principios generales. Gua para la eleccin de los niveles de proteccin para los sistemas de proteccin contra los rayo (SPCR). Materiales para puesta a tierra. Soldadura cuproaluminiotrmica. Materiales para puesta a tierra. Jabalina cilndrica de acero-cobre y sus accesorios.

Publicacin
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Codigo
J-STD-607-A-2002

Organismo
American National Standards Insitute

Titulo
Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications

Alliance for ATIS-0600333.2007 Telecommunications Industry Solutions

Grounding and Bonding of Telecommunications Equipment

ATIS-0600001[prepub]

Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions

Electrical Protection Standards and Reference Documents Associated with Telecommunication Networks

CSA C22.2 Number 41-07

Canadian Standards Association

Grounding and Bonding Equipment

IEEE 1100-2005

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IEEE Recommended Practice for Powering and Grounding Electronic Equipment. (IEEE Emerald Book)

ATIS0600318.2010[prepub]

Electrical Protection Applied Alliance for to Telecommunications Telecommunications Network Plant at Entrances to Industry Solutions Customer Structures or Buildings

Alliance for Electrical Protection of ATIS-0600316.2008 Telecommunications Telecommunications Outside [pre-pub] Industry Solutions Plant

ATIS0600313.2008[prepub]

Electrical Protection for Alliance for Telecommunications Central Telecommunications Offices and Similar Type Industry Solutions Facilities

ATIS0600334.2008[prepub]

Alliance for Electrical Protection of Telecommunications Communications Towers and Industry Solutions Associated Structures

Descripcin planning, design, and installation of telecommunications grounding and bonding systems that will subsequently
The purpose of this standard is to enable the be installed. This standard also provides recommendations for gounding and bonding of customer owned towers and antennas. This telecommunications grounding and bonding infrastructure supports a multivendor, multiproduct environment as well as various system installation practices. This standard defines and describes the grounding and bonding topologies commonly used for the installations of network telecommunications equipment in central offices and similar type facilities. It addresses the baseline grounding and bonding requirements for telecommunications equipment, the associated dc and ac power facilities, and the interfacing of co-located telecommunications systems installed in central offices and similar facilities. In addition, the document defines a harmonized grounding and bonding terminology, using the terminology developed by the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T). Grounding and bonding information from other standards related to telecommunications equipment is also included. This Technical Report is a selective list of standards and other reference documents in several areas primarily related to electrical protection, power and grounding of telecommunication networks. This Technical report is purely informative and tutorial in nature and is not considered to be all-inclusive. This Standard applies to grounding and bonding equipment for use in accordance with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA C22.1, in Canada or the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, in the United States. This Standard applies to the following grounding and bonding equipment: (a) ground clamps, bonding devices, grounding bushings, water-meter shunts, grounding electrodes, and the like used in a grounding system; (b) equipment for making electrical connections between (i) the grounding conductors used in electrical power systems, non-current-carrying metal parts of electrical equipment, armoured grounding wires, metal raceways, and the like; and (ii) grounding electrodes; (c) equipment for making electrical connections between (i) the grounding conductors used in telecommunications systems such as telephone, radio, CATV, network power broadband, and the like; and (ii) grounding electrodes; and (d) hospital grounding jacks and mating grounding cord assemblies (for the United States, see Annex A). The IEEE Emerald Book T presents a collection of consensus

best practices for the powering and grounding of electronic equipment used in commercial and industrial applications. The main objective is to provide

consensus recommended practices in an area where conflicting information and conflicting design philosophies have dominated. The recommended practices described are intended to enhance equipment performance while maintaining a safe installation. A description of the nature and origin of power disturbances is provided, followed by theory on the various parameters that impact power quality. Information on quantifying and resolving power and grounding related concerns using measurement and diagnostic instrumentation and standardized investigative procedures are included. Recommended power protection equipment and wiring and grounding system design practices are presented. Information on telecommunications system power protection as well as grounding, industrial system grounding, and noise control is included. Finally a selection of case studies are presented to support the recommended practices presented throughout the book.

This standard establishes minimum electrical protection requirements intended to mitigate the disruptive and damaging effects of lightning and ac power faults at telecommunications network entrances to customer structures or buildings. Disturbances from lighting and ac power line faults may be disruptive to telecommunications service and may also result in damage to the telecommunications plant and equipment. Telecommunications network plant is often exposed to such disturbances due to its physical location and frequent joint-use or joint right-of-way installations with power utility facilities and may carry a portion of these disturbances to the network appearance at a customer structure or building. Telecommunications service providers employ electrical protection equipment and bonding and grounding techniques at the network appearance to reduce the effects of such disturbances.

Telecommunications outside plant, by nature of its outdoor location, and frequent


joint-use or join right-of-0way installations with power utility facilities, is often subject to disturbances from lightening and ac power line faults. This standard provides minimum

application of electrical protection, grounding and bonding, as a function of the electrical environment. Telecommunications central offices, data centers, electronic equipment enclosures (EEE), and similar type facilities are often subjected to disturbances from lightning and ac power link faults, either directly or indirectly, through the communications cables and ac power facilities that serve them. This standard provides the minimum electrical protection,

electrical protection, grounding and bonding criteria necessary to mitigate the disruptive and damaging effects of lightening and ac power faults. It is intended to serve as a guide for designers of such facilities in the

grounding, and bonding criteria necessary to mitigate the disruptive and damaging effects of lightning and ac power faults. It is
intended to serve as a guide for designers of such facilities in the application of electrical protection, grounding, and bonding as a function of the electrical environment. Communications towers and the associated structures, by nature of their outdoor location, are often subject to disturbances form lightning. This standard provides the minimum electrical protection, grounding, and bonding criteria

necessary to mitigate the disruptive and damaging effects of lightning. It is intended to serve as a guide for designers or users of such facilities in the
application of electrical protection, grounding, and bonding.