690.53 DC PV System Source Metal Label
Product DescriptionFor use in state and local electrical codes that have adopted the NFPA70 2008 to 2014 National Electric Code®.
Code Article: 690.53
Page: (2008) 70-585, (2011) 70-605, (2014) 70-
Size: 4" x 2"
HellermannTyton Part No. 596-00864
SYSTEM DC DISCONNECT
RATED MAXIMUM POWER-POINT CURRENT:
RATED MAXIMUM POWER-POINT VOLTAGE:
MAXIMUM SYSTEM VOLTAGE:
SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT:
This label is to be placed at the DC photovoltaic disconnecting means to provide the PV system information.
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Note: The maximum system voltage is the string sum of the modules Voc corrected for the lowest ambient temperature expected. See 690.7(A) for description.
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Placards are constructed of an anodized aluminum face with high-performance, permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive.
- They have been tested and rated to last up to 25 years in outdoor use, even in direct sunlight and harsh conditions
- Meet or exceed standards and guidelines set for by the National Electrical Code (NEC), International Fire Code (IFC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
- Made using anodized aluminum and a proven process developed for military and naval applications
- Adheres to powder-coated surfaces and can be mounted using rivets
HellermannTyton labels made of sturdy outdoor UV stable anodized aluminum and will remain highly visible for years.