- § 111.20-1 - General requirements.
- § 111.20-5 - Temperature rise.
- § 111.20-10 - Autotransformers.
- § 111.20-15 - Protection of transformers against overcurrent.
§ 111.20-1 - General requirements.
Each transformer winding must be resistant to moisture, sea atmosphere, and oil vapor, unless special precautions are taken, such as enclosing the winding in an enclosure with a high degree of ingress protection.
§ 111.20-5 - Temperature rise.
(a) The temperature rise, based on an ambient temperature of 40 degrees C, must not exceed the following:
(1) For Class A insulation, 55 degrees C.
(2) For Class B insulation, 80 degrees C.
(3) For Class F insulation, 115 degrees C.
(4) For Class H insulation, 150 degrees C.
(b) If the ambient temperature is higher than 40 degrees C, the transformer must be derated so that the total temperature stated in this section is not exceeded. The temperature must be taken by the resistance method.
§ 111.20-10 - Autotransformers.
An autotransformer must not supply feeders or branch circuits.
§ 111.20-15 - Protection of transformers against overcurrent.
Each transformer must have protection against overcurrent that meets Article 450 of NFPA NEC 2002 or IEC 60092-303 (both incorporated by reference; see 46 CFR 110.10-1).