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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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Littelfuse Ground Fault Relays use an advanced filtering technology that allows for early detection of developing ground faults, without the nuisance tripping common in many competing products.
Ground faults are unintended conductive paths from a high potential line to ground, allowing electrical currents to pass through sensitive equipment components, or through personnel who touch the equipment housing.
6 Ground fault current path for CSST with insulative jacket The electrical conductivity of CSST shall conform with one of the following: (a) have a DC resistance of 5 milliohms per foot or less; or (b) be shunted by a parallel copper conductor of #10 AWG or larger connected at both ends.
To determine if there was a single line to ground fault (SLG) in the micro-grid, a 2 ohm fault was created at time t = 0.
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.
The advantage is that the circuit breakers will not open if there is a ground fault (equipment can continue to operate).
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.
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.
Model UATC-20, suitable for hot runners, has electronic setpoint control, output power display, ground fault indicator, and Standby and Boost keys.
It has a light and night-light feature, and can be used over showers with ground fault circuit interrupter outlets.

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