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Title 46Chapter ISubchapter JPart 112 → Subpart 112.01


Title 46: Shipping
PART 112—EMERGENCY LIGHTING AND POWER SYSTEMS


Subpart 112.01—Definitions of Emergency Lighting and Power Systems


Contents
§112.01-1   Purpose.
§112.01-5   Manual emergency lighting and power system.
§112.01-10   Automatic emergency lighting and power system.
§112.01-15   Temporary emergency power source.
§112.01-20   Final emergency power source.

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§112.01-1   Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to define types of emergency lighting and power systems.

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§112.01-5   Manual emergency lighting and power system.

A manual emergency lighting and power system is one in which a single manual operation, such as the manual operation of a switch from an “off” to an “on” position, is necessary to cause the emergency power source to supply power to the emergency loads.

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§112.01-10   Automatic emergency lighting and power system.

An automatic emergency lighting and power system is one in which a reduction in potential from the ship's service power and lighting plant causes the emergency power source to supply power to the emergency loads.

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§112.01-15   Temporary emergency power source.

A temporary emergency power source is one of limited capacity that carries, for a short time, selected emergency loads while an emergency power source of larger capacity is being started.

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§112.01-20   Final emergency power source.

A final emergency power source is one that functions after the temporary emergency power source is disconnected.

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