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Checking IEEE 519 Compliance with ProVision

Category: Harmonics/Interharmonics, IEEE Standards

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Learn how to use PQ monitoring equipment to verify the standards set by IEEE 519 are being met.

 

IEEE standard 519 was first released in 1982 and was then updated in 1992. It defines limits on total harmonic distortion (THD) as well as total demand distortion (TDD) with regards to both voltage and current.

 

These distortions are typically introduced into utility lines through non-linear loads installed in various types of manufacturing facilities. Such equipment consists of variable frequency drives, uninterruptible power supplies, and other types of rectifiers used to convert power from AC to DC.

 

This whitepaper includes:

  • Limits Set by IEEE 519
  • Provision, Recorder Settings, and Initialization
  • Placement of Revolution: Where and Why
  • Retrieving Data Samples, Charts and Graphs
  • Corrective Action Possibilities (Caps and Filters)

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