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LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
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d. MCC's would be used where a centralized location is required and
where the quantity of equipment and/or the starter sizes (NEMA Size
1 and larger) would justify the additional expense.
MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS (MCC'S)
A.5.5.3
Provide elevation drawings identifying compartments. Provide schedule listing
each compartment. Schedule shall include (for each compartment)
description of load, load in amperes, load in horsepower, NEMA size and
type of starter, breaker size, conductor and conduit size, control devices, and
other special requirements.
a. Also indicate, on plans or in specifications, enclosure type, bus rating,
bus material: bus bracing, NEMA class and wiring type, service
voltage, control voltage and source, and top or bottom feed.
b. Clearly indicate on the drawings that MCC's must be mounted on
4-inch elevated concrete pads. Coordinate design of pad with
structural engineer.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
A.6
Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/6, "Lightning Protection."
CATHODIC PROTECTION
A.7
Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/10, "Electrical Engineering
Cathodic Protection." Also see paragraph 4.5.12 of the basic guide.
A.8
INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEMS (IDS)
Provide in accordance with DM-13.02. "Commercial Intrusion Detection
System (IDS)."
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SYSTEMS (UPS)
A.9
Provide in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1004/1 and MIL-HDBK-1012/1.
A.10
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS
See paragraph 4.8.3 of the basic guide.
A.11
HIGH ALTITUDE ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE PROTECTION
(HEMP)
Attachment A-28





 


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