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Insulation standard for power electronics

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Hi,
I was wondering what standard(s) should be followed for power electronic devices' insulations? The test procedure, PI, DAR values... . I know for the rotary instrument it is IEEE 43. I could not any thing with search, so I would be grateful if you share any related standards for low voltage devices (u to 1500VDC).

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