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1. Scope

This Standard applies to track systems with two or more poles for the connection of luminaires to the electrical supply, either of rated voltage not exceeding 300 V between poles, 150 Volts-to-ground with the provision for earthing (Class I) and a minimum rated current of 20 A per conductor, or of a rated SELV n ot exceeding 25 V without the provision for earthing (Class III) and rated current not exceeding 25 A per conductor. The track systems may also provide for the mechanical support of the luminaires.

This Standard applies to the safety of such equipment designed to be installed on branch circuits not exceeding 750 V and used in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.

Note: Manufacturers designing products for use in Canada may find a helpful summary of the equipment-related requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, in CSA Publication SPE-2000.

It applies to track systems designed for ordinary interior use for mounting on, or flush with, or suspended from walls and ceilings. These track systems are not intended for locations where special conditions prevail as in ships, vehicles and the like and in hazardous locations, for example, where explosions are liable to occur.

This standard shall be read in conjunction with the sections of IEC 598-1 to which reference is made.

Canadian Deviations are included in this standard. /

1. Domaine d'application

La presente norme est applicable aux systemes de rails a deux poles ou plus, destines a la connexion des luminaires au reseau d'alimentation electrique ayant soit une tension nominale de 300 V au maximum entre poles (conducteurs actifs) 150 volts a la terre et un courant nominal minimal de 20 A par conducteur, ainsi qu'un dispositif de mise a la terre (classe I); soit une TBTS nominale ne depassant pas 25 V avec un courant nominal n'excedant pas 25 A par conducteur et n'ayant pas de dispositif de mise a la terre (classe III). Les systemes de rails peuvent egalement assurer le support mecanique des luminaires.

Cette norme vise la securite des appareils concus pour etre installes sur des derivations d'au plus 750 V et utilises conformement au Code canadien de l'electricite, Premiere partie.

Note. Les fabricants qui concoivent des produits pour le marche canadien pourront trouver un resume utile des exigences relatives aux appareils du CCE, Premiere partie dans la publication CSA SPE-2000.

Elle s'applique aux systemes de rails concus pour emploi ordinaire a l'interieur, destines a etre montes sur ou a fleur des murs et aux plafonds ou suspendus a ceux-ci. Ces systemes de rails ne sont destines ni aux emplacements ou regnent des conditions particulieres comme dans les bateaux, vehicules et cas analogues, ni aux endroits dangereux, par exemple ceux ou des expl osions peuvent se produire.

La presente norme doit etre lue conjointement avec les sections de la CEI 598-1 auxquelles il est fait reference.

Cette norme comprend des Exigences propres au Canada.