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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SE-601-0D Digi-Key Littelfuse Inc Industrial Controls, Meters DC GROUND FAULT RELAY 9-36 VDC
SE-601-0T Digi-Key Littelfuse Inc Industrial Controls, Meters DC GROUND FAULT RELAY 32-70 VDC
D64RP18 PLC Radwell Eaton Corporation Panel Accessories, Relay & Socket RELAY GROUND FAULT 30MA-6A 24-240VAC/DC
D64RP18 PLC Radwell Cutler Hammer Panel Accessories, Relay & Socket RELAY GROUND FAULT 30MA-6A 24-240VAC/DC
78211396540-1 Carlton-Bates Company EATON Relays Ground Fault Relay 24-240VAC/DC
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  • Ground Fault Protection (.pdf)
    in power handling capability,. fault currents as low as a half. detection and isolation technology. from low level to 75 amps AC or DC. ampere. It will activate the trip relay. was designed to minimize the dan-. They also include ground fault inter-. in less than 10 milliseconds without. gers posed
  • WhitePaper-Ground-Fault Protection for Solar Applications
    ; however,. AC/DC, and variable-frequency power circuits. Earth-. this is not guaranteed. If a fault on the grounded bus. leakage metering, and two setting levels (trip and alarm). are provided. In addition to ground-fault protection, the. Figure 5: Grounded Bus with Ground Fault Current < Fuse
  • Lowering the Limits for Ground-Fault Protection (.pdf)
    Hz component,. Ground-fault protection relays that use digital filtering. and the ground-fault current that is the sum of the two, at. techniques can reduce nuisance tripping associated with. each of the sample times, n. It also shows the sample-time. low-level protection. Such devices ignore the dc
  • Introduction to Protection Relays and Applications (.pdf)
    , additional. protection, such as protection relays, are typically required to. DC Systems. protect against ground faults. Direct current (dc) systems have positive and negative. buses. If either bus is grounded, then it is referred to as. Definition of Ground Fault. a grounded system. If neither bus
  • Arc Fault Detection Schemes for an Automotive 42 V Wire Harness (.pdf)
    detection schemes were developed,. Automotive electro-mechanical and solid-state-relays. built and tested with different loads including motor loads. were employed to shut off the electrical circuit in the. to clear both parallel and series arc faults in a 42 V DC. event of an arc fault. network
  • Power Switching
    ". "Hot" switching often entails contact arcing upon opening and during contact bounce. AC and DC circuits have special considerations when switched "hot" and are discussed under their specific headings. For "cold" switching, where the circuit is switched with no load across the relay terminals
  • - Circuits
    Most types work only on AC current (there are also special DC relays available) There is some leakage current even when relay if off If the triac inside semiconductor relay is not driven properly or faulty, it can act like a rectifier and result in a pulsating DC to the load Electromagnetic relays
  • Secure Power with Next Generation SPDUs (.pdf)
    ’. assessment. Over 20 years the company has manufactured more. Block diagram of the Next Generation DC SSPC. than 250,000 SSPCs and 1,000 secondary power distribution units. (SPDUs) within its line of electronic equipment. Leach Interna-. Nuisance Trips. tional SSPCs were used in the world’s first automated

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