New Electrical STANDATA Variances Released

EIN Alberta standata 400

February 15, 2022

The following Electrical STANDATA Variances are now available on the Alberta.ca website. Follow the links below to view or print copies.

21-ECV-002-2-024 MMTE  

Rule 2-024 – Use of approved equipment – Meter mounted transfer equipment

21-ECV-006-112

Rule 6-112 –  Support for the attachment of overhead supply or consumer’s service conductors or cables

21-ECV-018-150

Rules 18-150 and J18-150 – Equipment in classified areas

21-ECV-064-216

Rule 64-216 – Arc-fault protection requirements for ground-mounted solar

21-ECV-064-218

Rule 64-218 – Photovoltaic rapid shutdown

 

The following Electrical STANDATA Interpretations are now available on the Alberta.ca website. Follow the links below to view or print copies.

21-ECI-046

Section 46 – Emergency power supply, unit equipment, exit signs, and life safety systems

21-ECI-064

Section 64 – Renewable energy systems

21-ECI-084

Section 84 – Interconnection of electric power production sources

21-ECI-086

Section 86 – Electric vehicle charging systems

 

The following Electrical STANDATA Bulletins are now available on the Alberta.ca website. Follow the links below to view or print copies.

   

21-ECB-000

Section 0 – Objects scope and definitions

21-ECB-002

Section 2 – General rules

21-ECB-004

Section 4 – Conductors

21-ECB-006

Section 6 – Services and service equipment              

21-ECB-008

Section 8 – Circuit loading and demand factors

21-ECB-010

Section 10 – Grounding and bonding

21-ECB-012

Section 12 – Wiring methods

21-ECB-016

Section 16 – Class 1 and  Class 2 circuits

21-ECB-018

Section 18 – hazardous locations

21-ECB-020

Section 20 – Flammable liquid and gasoline dispensing, service stations, garages, bulk         storage plants, finishing processes, and aircraft hangars

21-ECB-024

Section 24 – Patient care areas

21-ECB-026

Section 26 – Installation of electrical equipment

21-ECB-028

Section 28 – Motors and generators

21-ECB-030

Section 30 – Installation of lighting equipment

21-ECB-032

Section 32 – Fire alarm systems, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, and fire pumps

21-ECB-036

Section 36 – High voltage installations

21-ECB-060

Section 60 – Electrical communications systems

21-ECB-062

Section 62 – Fixed electric heating  systems

21-ECB-068

Section 68 – Pools, tubs, and spas

21-ECB-076

Section 76 – temporary wiring

 

Go HERE for all Electrical STANDATA

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