UFC 3 -520-01
June 10, 2002
EGSA 100D, Performance Standard for Generator Overcurrent Protection, 600 Volts
and Below contains performance specifications for circuit breakers, field breakers,
thermostats, thermistors and other temperature detectors.
EGSA 100E, Performance Standard for Governors on Engine Generator Sets--
contains classifications, performance guidance and optional accessories for
generator set engine governors.
EGSA 100F, Performance Standard for Engine Protection Systems--contains
performance specifications for engine control systems including temperature, level,
pressure and speed sensing.
EGSA 100G, Performance Standard for Generator Set Instrumentation, Control and
Auxiliary Equipment--contains guidance for generator set engine starting controls,
EGSA 100M, Performance Standard for Multiple Engine Generator Set Control
Systems--contains performance guidance for manual, automatic fixed sequence
and random access generator set paralleling systems.
EGSA 100R, Performance Standard for Voltage Regulators Used on Electric
Generators--contains application and performance guidance for generator voltage
EGSA 100S, Performance Standard for Transfer Switches for Use with Engine
Generator Sets--contains classifications, applications and performance guidance for
transfer switches for emergency and standby transfer switches.
EGSA 100T, Performance Standard for Diesel Fuel Systems for Engine Generator
Sets with Above Ground Steel Tanks--contains application and performance
guidance for diesel fuel supply systems with above ground steel tanks for diesel
engine driven generator sets.
EGSA 101P, Performance Standard for Engine Driven Generator Sets--contains
classifications of use, prime mover configuration and ratings, and performance
guidance for complete generator sets.
EGSA 101S, Guideline Specification for Engine Driven Generator Sets, Emergency
or Standby--provides a guideline specification in blank form for preparing
specifications for emergency or standby generator sets.
Refer to Chapter 12 if the generator will be applied to an electrical system
with significant harmonic distortion. Special generator or facility design features might
be needed to ensure a reliable design.