Over deze norm
|Commissie||Hoogspanningslijnen en isolatoren|
Part 1 and the present Part 2-8 apply to new overhead lines as defined in 1.1/FR.2 "Definition of a new overhead line". A new overhead line denotes any new overhead electrical line exceeding AC 1 kV built on new foundations and: - flanked by two substations or two terminal towers preceding said substations. or - flanked by a substation or a terminal tower at one end and in a branch situation (including branch tower) or tapping situation at the other end. This standard does not apply to existing overhead lines exceeding AC 1 kV in France. Any decision to apply the requirements of the present standard to new overhead line projects for which technical studies are underway shall be stipulated in the Project Specification. The requirements of the present standard do not apply to overhead lines under construction. Part 1 and Part 2-8 apply to radio telecommunication equipment mounted on the towers of new overhead lines, particularly with respect to wind and ice assumptions. Radio equipment shall be arranged on the support so that it can be accessed and operations performed in accordance with safety regulations.
|Nederlandse titel||Bovengrondse hoogspanningslijnen voor wisselspanning hoger dan 1 kV - Deel 2-8: Nationale normatieve aspecten (NNA) voor Frankrijk (op basis van EN 50341-1:2012)|
|Engelse titel||Overhead electrical lines exceeding AC 1 kV - Part 2-8: National Normative Aspects (NNA) for France (based on EN 50341-1:2012)|