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By adrian.larkins 2018-09-04 19:46:05

Topic: Earth Loop Impedance Tests

As an electrician why do we not specify Earth Loop Impedance tests per pole on a regular basis ?

Its the only true way to determine if the Earth Fault Loop is sufficiently low to ensure the Fault current protection will trip.

 
Posted : June 8, 2023 5:55 pm
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2018-09-05 16:44:39

Re: Earth Loop Impedance Tests

Brendon Tong did a lot of work on this a few years ago. If you contact Brendon directly he'll be able to share with you the results of his testing.

Although this won't actually answer your question.

I suspect the actual answer to your question is the same reason we don't do a lot of stuff - we may not have been able to technically achieve it in the past, and now we can there is no pressure to actually do it, because we've never done it...

 
Posted : June 8, 2023 5:56 pm
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