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Ground Fault Protection

April 18th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical Safety
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What about a new article from our fellow electrical engineer Jesús Pérez Díaz? Today he tells you about Ground fault protection so if you’re interested in this topic, enjoy!

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Circuit Breaker Ground fault relay

ABB Circuit Breaker & Ground fault relay | image: ndu.cl

Introduction

Statistics have shown that electrical faults involving Ground are more likely to occur than any other one. A ground fault happens when any of the phase conductors (also known as: hot, live, and line) gets on contact to ground or any grounded part such as a grounded motor frame. It could take place because of a reduction of insulation, cable damage, overvoltage, an accident originated by people or incorrect wiring, and bad equipment operation.
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