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Extra info for IEEE Std 1100-1992, IEEE Recommended Practice for Powering and Grounding Sensitive Electronic Equipment
1 General. The concept of protection implies the confrontation of a hostile environment and susceptible equipment. Protection of t h e equipment against the hostile environment is the goal of the technology of electromagnetic compatibility. Discussing the need for protection, therefore, takes on two aspects: characterizing the environment, and characterizing the susceptibility of the equipment. Disturbances t o the environment have been briefly discussed in the preceding paragraphs. 41-1991) [71.
A polyphase circuit in which all the current paths of the circuit extend from a terminal of entry t o a common terminal or conductor (which may be the neutral conductor). NOTE: In a three-phase system this is sometimes called a Y (or wye) connection [41. surge. See: transient. surge reference equalizer. A surge-protective device used for connecting equipment t o external systems whereby all conductors connected t o the protected load are routed, physically and electrically, through a single enclosure with a shared reference point between the input and output ports of each system.
Specifies the ratio of input kilowatts to input kilovoltamperes a t rated or specified voltage and load. input voltage range (of a power system). The range of input voltage that the system can operate over. Authorized licensed use limited to: IEEE Xplore. Downloaded on March 12, 2009 at 07:50 from IEEE Xplore. Restrictions apply. IEEE std1100-1992 DEFINITIONS inrush. The amount of current that a load draws when it is first turned on. interruption. The complete loss of voltage for a time period.
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