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    Electrical installations - Marinas and pleasure craft at low-voltage

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Superseded date:  30-06-2017

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  30-05-2002

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Table of Contents - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    1 - AS/NZS 3004:2002 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS-MARINAS AND PLEASURE CRAFT AT LOW-VOLTAGE
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    6 - FOREWORD
    7 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    7 - 1.1 SCOPE
    7 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    7 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    8 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    8 - 1.4.1 Detachable connection
    8 - 1.4.2 Direct connection
    8 - 1.4.3 Galvanic isolator
    8 - 1.4.4 Marina
    8 - 1.4.5 Pleasure craft
    8 - 1.4.6 Service pillar
    8 - 1.5 ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS AND REPAIRS
    9 - 1.6 MARINE ENVIRONMENT ELECTRICAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
    9 - 1.6.1 Scope
    9 - 1.6.2 Additional risk factors
    9 - 1.6.3 Additional protection for equipment
    9 - 1.6.4 Unacceptable measures against electric shock
    9 - 1.7 MINIMIZATION OF GALVANIC CORROSION
    9 - 1.8 ACCEPTABLE METHODS OF CONNECTION TO PLEASURE CRAFT
    11 - SECTION 2 MARINA ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    11 - 2.1 WIRING DETAILS
    11 - 2.1.1 General
    11 - 2.1.2 Selection of electrical wiring systems
    11 - 2.1.3 Earthing system
    12 - 2.2 MAXIMUM DEMAND
    12 - 2.2.1 Mains and submains
    12 - 2.3 ISOLATING TRANSFORMERS
    12 - 2.3.1 General
    12 - 2.3.2 Protection
    12 - 2.4 SWITCHBOARDS PROVIDING LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY TO PLEASURE CRAFT
    12 - 2.4.1 General
    12 - 2.4.2 Service pillars
    15 - 2.4.3 Other switchboards
    15 - 2.5 OTHER SOCKET-OUTLETS
    15 - 2.6 TESTING OF RESIDUAL CURRENT DEVICES (RCDs)
    15 - 2.6.1 Testing regime
    15 - 2.6.2 Recording of results
    16 - SECTION 3 PLEASURE CRAFT LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    16 - 3.1 GENERAL
    16 - 3.2 MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS
    16 - 3.2.1 Common method of connection
    16 - 3.2.2 Arrangement and control
    16 - 3.3 PROVISION FOR CONNECTION TO THE MARINA LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
    16 - 3.3.1 Detachable connection at the pleasure craft
    17 - 3.3.2 Direct connection at the pleasure craft
    17 - 3.4 CONTROL AND PROTECTION
    17 - 3.4.1 Switchboards
    17 - 3.4.2 Switchboard isolation
    17 - 3.4.3 Circuit overcurrent protection
    17 - 3.4.4 Location
    18 - 3.4.5 Prohibited protective devices
    18 - 3.5 WIRING SYSTEM
    18 - 3.5.1 Size and type of cable
    18 - 3.5.2 Protection from damage
    18 - 3.5.3 Fixing
    18 - 3.5.4 Access to connections
    18 - 3.5.5 Dual supply systems changeover interlock
    19 - 3.6 EARTHING AND BONDING
    19 - 3.6.1 General
    19 - 3.6.2 Resistance
    19 - 3.6.3 Metallic pipes and conduits
    19 - 3.6.4 Supply through a shore-mounted isolating transformer
    19 - 3.6.5 Supply through an on-board isolating transformer
    20 - 3.6.6 Supply without an isolating transformer
    20 - 3.6.7 Galvanic isolator
    20 - 3.6.8 Neutral requirements
    20 - 3.7 ACCESSORIES
    20 - 3.7.1 Mounting
    20 - 3.7.2 Switches
    20 - 3.7.3 Socket-outlets
    21 - 3.7.4 Output terminals
    21 - 3.8 PERMANENTLY CONNECTED APPLIANCES
    21 - 3.8.1 Control
    21 - 3.8.2 Over-temperature cut-out
    21 - 3.9 EXTRA-LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS
    21 - 3.10 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS IN AREAS CONTAINING A BATH OR SHOWER
    21 - 3.11 LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEMS
    22 - 3.12 TESTING
    23 - SECTION 4 CONNECTION OF A PLEASURE CRAFT TO A MARINA LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    23 - 4.1 SUPPLY LEAD
    23 - 4.1.1 General
    23 - 4.1.2 Technical details
    23 - 4.1.3 Length
    24 - 4.1.4 Coiled leads
    24 - 4.2 INSTALLATION OF SUPPLY LEAD
    24 - 4.3 EARTHING
    24 - 4.3.1 Supply through a shore-mounted isolating transformer
    25 - 4.3.2 Supply through an on-board isolating transformer
    25 - 4.3.3 Supply without an isolating transformer
    26 - APPENDIX A - BERTHING INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONNECTION TO THE MARINA LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY THROUGH A SHORE-MOUNTED...
    27 - APPENDIX B - BERTHING INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONNECTION TO THE MARINA LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY THROUGH AN ON-BOARD...
    29 - APPENDIX C - MARINA LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CONFIGURATIONS
    29 - C1 INTRODUCTION
    31 - APPENDIX D - CALCULATION OF MAXIMUM DEMAND
    31 - D1 INTRODUCTION
    31 - D2 PROPOSED CALCULATION VALUES
    31 - D2.1 Amenities
    31 - D2.2 Service pillars
    32 - D3 DETERMINATION OF CALCULATED MAXIMUM DEMAND

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    Sets out requirements for electrical installations associated with pleasure craft intended to be supplied at low-voltage. Includes requirements for the internal electrical installation on board applicable pleasure craft and for electrical installations in marinas intended to supply electrical power to those craft. Does not apply to on-board generation on pleasure craft.

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    This Standard sets out requirements for electrical installations associated with pleasure craft intended for connection to low-voltage a.c. supply systems (i.e. exceeding 50 V a.c. but notexceeding 1 000 V a.c.).It includes requirements for the internal electrical installation on board applicable pleasure craft and for electrical installations in marinas intended to supply electrical power to those craft.NOTE: This Standard does not require specific instruction notices to be provided either on apleasure craft or on a marina. However, it is recommended that the marina operator provide eachpleasure craft operator intending to connect a pleasure craft to the marina low-voltage electrical supply with a copy of an instruction notice containing at least the information set out in Appendix A or Appendix B as appropriate.

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    Committee EL-001
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    First published as AS 3004-1979.Second edition 1983.Third edition 1993.Jointly revised and designated as AS/NZS 3004:2002. First published as AS 3004-1979. Second edition 1983. Third edition 1993. Jointly revised and designated as AS/NZS 3004:2002.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS/NZS 3120:1999 Approval and test specification - Cord extension sockets
    AS/NZS 3109.1:1996 Approval and test specification - Appliance couplers for household and similar general purposes General requirements
    AS/NZS 3112:2004 Approval and test specification - Plugs and socket-outlets
    AS/NZS 3760:2003 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment
    AS 2832.3-2005 Cathodic protection of metals Fixed immersed structures
    AS/NZS 61009.1:2004 Residual current operated circuit breakers with integral overcurrent protection for household and similar uses (RCBOs) General rules (IEC 61009-1, Ed. 2.1 (2003) MOD)
    AS 2832.4-2006 Cathodic protection of metals Internal surfaces (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS 2832.2-2003 Cathodic protection of metals Compact buried structures
    AS 2832.1-2004 Cathodic protection of metals - Pipes and cables
    AS 2832.5-2002 Cathodic protection of metals - Steel in concrete structures
    AS/NZS 5000.1:2005 Electric cables - Polymeric insulated For working voltages up to and including 0.6/1 (1.2) kV (Reconfirmed 2017)
    AS 1939-1990 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment (IP Code)
    AS/NZS 3108:1994 Approval and test specification - Particular requirements for isolating transformers and safety isolating transformers
    AS/NZS 3123:2005 Approval and test specification - Plugs, socket-outlets and couplers for general industrial application
    AS/NZS 3191:2003 Electric flexible cords

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 1799.3-1985 Small pleasure boats code - Engineering
    AS/NZS 3001:2001 Electrical installations - Relocatable premises (including caravans and tents) and their site installations
    AS/NZS 3760:2003 In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment
    AS/NZS 1768:2007 Lightning protection
    AS/NZS 3019:2007 Electrical installations - Periodic verification
    AS/NZS 3000:2007 Electrical installations (known as the Australian/New Zealand Wiring Rules)
    AS 3962-2001 Guidelines for design of marinas
    AS/NZS 1768(INT):2003 Lightning protection
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