Or. Admin. R. 918-305-0410 - Definitions
(1) For the purposes of OAR 918-305-0400 to 918-305-0470, unless otherwise specified, the following shall apply:
(a) "Electrified Fixed Guideway Passenger Railway" means any train, trolley, car, streetcar or other vehicle that is designed to operate on fixed rails for public transportation of passengers and is powered by service voltage equaling or exceeding 600 volts AC and less than 100,000 volts AC;
(b) "Substation" means the building or facility that houses the system or systems; and
(c) "System" or "Systems" means the electrical equipment, components and products used for traction electrification, signals, communications and fare collection equipment, or any combination thereof, used for the operation of an electrified fixed guideway passenger railway and installed, or to be installed, on the load side of the electrical utility service point, including any medium voltage AC service and distribution equipment.
(2) Unless terms are specifically defined by these rules, terms shall have a meaning as defined by the National Electrical Code (NEC), or if no NEC definition, their ordinary meaning.
Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 479.950
Stats. Implemented: ORS 479.950
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