ground fault


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ground fault

n.
An electrical fault in which current completes the circuit by improper grounding, posing a shock hazard.
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new] statistic for detection of single-phase to ground fault based on the PCA model in [13].
We spent the day going through a series of tests to ensure the ground fault protection was not compromised by the frequency of the drive.
95 and related articles for the inspection, testing and other connected system requirements of ground fault system at the service entrance equipment.
Ground Fault Immune spells the end of system failure when a fault occurs on the ESP cable, giving operators the ability to maintain continuous surveillance.
And with an open NRG it is impossible to detect a ground fault with current transformers--a serious safety concern.
When a ground fault on a collector cable causes the substation circuit breaker for that cable to open, the wind turbine string becomes isolated from the ground source.
Table-mounted ground fault electrical outlets are also offered for users requiring electrical connections.
Motor Insight features protection capabilities with ground fault detection, power voltage and current monitoring and flexible communications, allowing adjustments to be made to overload settings without disconnecting the power and has the ability to withstand surges, said Eaton.
The comparison of the single line to ground fault record form the relay and CAPE simulation are shown in numerical values in Table 2 and in graphical representation in figure 2.
International Rectifier introduced its IRS26302D protected 600V three-phase gate driver IC with ground fault protection.

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