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Comparing International standards to North American standards for large adjustable speed drives
2012 IEEE-IAS/PCA 54th Cement Industry Technical Conference
The world of legal responsibility, liability, and safety is driving the industry to have equipment built to an increasing number of standards. End users and specifiers often require Adjustable Speed Drives (ASDs) to be in compliance with many standards like IEC, NEMA, ANSI, CSA, UL, etc. This is done to insure that they are protected in buying products that are built to high standards. Depending on the specifier, European and/or North American standards may be referenced and required to be met.doi:10.1109/citcon.2012.6215683 fatcat:wfyy6z4grbhpjb23phewoghiu4