NETA World Journal Explores 64S Protection Guide in Summer 2014 Issue

Portage, Michigan, July 16, 2014 - In the summer 2014 issue of NETA World Journal, the quarterly technical publication of the InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA), readers will learn about the 64S protection guide as presented by Steve Turner, senior applications engineer for Beckwith Electric Company, Inc. Turner's research explores the theory, application, and commissioning of 100 percent stator ground-fault protection for generators using low-frequency injection. In his article, Turner states:

"This paper covers practical considerations for proper application and commissioning of this special protection. The total capacitance to ground of the generator stator windings, bus work, and delta-connected unit transformer windings is a very important factor as will be shown."

Turner's research studies the root causes of stator ground faults, application, practical considerations, commissioning instructions, and conclusions. To read the full article click here.

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