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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations

e-CFR data is current as of November 14, 2019

Title 46Chapter ISubchapter JPart 112


TITLE 46—Shipping

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER J—ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

PART 112—EMERGENCY LIGHTING AND POWER SYSTEMS

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Subpart 112.01—DEFINITIONS OF EMERGENCY LIGHTING AND POWER SYSTEMS

§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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Subpart 112.05—GENERAL

§112.05-1
Purpose; preemptive effect.
§112.05-3
Main-emergency bus-tie.
§112.05-5
Emergency power source.
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Subpart 112.15—EMERGENCY LOADS

§112.15-1
Temporary emergency loads.
§112.15-5
Final emergency loads.
§112.15-10
Loads on systems without a temporary emergency power source.
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Subpart 112.20—EMERGENCY SYSTEMS HAVING A TEMPORARY AND A FINAL EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

§112.20-1
General.
§112.20-3
Normal source for emergency loads.
§112.20-5
Failure of power from the normal source or final emergency power source.
§112.20-10
Diesel or gas turbine driven emergency power source.
§112.20-15
Transfer of emergency loads.
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Subpart 112.25—EMERGENCY SYSTEMS HAVING AN AUTOMATIC STARTING DIESEL ENGINE OR GAS TURBINE DRIVEN EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE AS THE SOLE EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

§112.25-1
General.
§112.25-3
Normal source for emergency loads.
§112.25-5
Failure of power from the normal source.
§112.25-10
Transfer of emergency loads.
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Subpart 112.30—EMERGENCY SYSTEMS HAVING AN AUTOMATICALLY CONNECTED STORAGE BATTERY AS THE SOLE EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

§112.30-1
General.
§112.30-3
Normal source for emergency loads.
§112.30-5
Transfer of emergency loads.
§112.30-10
Restoration of normal source potential.
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Subpart 112.35—MANUALLY CONTROLLED EMERGENCY SYSTEMS HAVING A STORAGE BATTERY OR A DIESEL ENGINE OR GAS TURBINE DRIVEN GENERATOR AS THE SOLE EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

§112.35-1
General.
§112.35-3
Normal source for emergency loads.
§112.35-5
Manually started emergency systems.
§112.35-7
Activating means.
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Subpart 112.37—TEMPORARY EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

§112.37-1
General.
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Subpart 112.39—BATTERY OPERATED LANTERNS

§112.39-1
General.
§112.39-3
Operation.
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Subpart 112.40—ALTERNATING-CURRENT TEMPORARY SOURCE OF SUPPLY

§112.40-1
General requirements.
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Subpart 112.43—EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEMS

§112.43-1
Switches.
§112.43-5
Controls on island type vessels.
§112.43-7
Navigating bridge distribution panel.
§112.43-9
Signaling lights.
§112.43-11
Illumination for launching operations.
§112.43-13
Navigation light indicator panel supply.
§112.43-15
Emergency lighting feeders.
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Subpart 112.45—VISIBLE INDICATORS

§112.45-1
Visible indicators.
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Subpart 112.50—EMERGENCY DIESEL AND GAS TURBINE ENGINE DRIVEN GENERATOR SETS

§112.50-1
General.
§112.50-3
Hydraulic starting.
§112.50-5
Electric starting.
§112.50-7
Compressed air starting.
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Subpart 112.55—STORAGE BATTERY INSTALLATION

§112.55-1
General.
§112.55-5
Emergency lighting loads.
§112.55-10
Storage battery charging.
§112.55-15
Capacity of storage batteries.

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