Wiring methods traditionally permitted in Division 2 hazardous locations don’t allow for easy replacement of equipment even though it is desirable for sensors, communication devices and other types of process control equipment. Join UL’s experts for a review of the requirements in the National Electrical Code® (NEC®), Canadian Electrical Code and the Division 2 product standards that allow such flexibility. We’ll discuss the equipment, its external connectors, permitted cables, overall installation and when this flexibility is allowed.
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:
- Requirements for installing the equipment
- Requirements for building the equipment
- Application examples: description of applications, types of equipment, where to find UL Listed equipment and examples of installations in the field
David Malohn, Staff Engineer, Hazardous Locations, Energy and Power Technologies
Using Pluggable Connections to Allow for Flexibility in Division 2 Hazardous Locations
Learn how the use of pluggable connections can create flexibility for equipment replacement in Division 2 hazardous locations.