White Paper: Neutral Grounding Resistor Monitoring

White Paper:
Neutral Grounding Resistor Monitoring

Resistance grounding prevents many of the problems that are associated with ungrounded and solidly grounded electrical distribution and utilization systems. Resistance grounding can limit point-of-fault damages, eliminate transient overvoltages, reduce arc-flash hazards, limit voltage exposure to personnel, and provide adequate tripping levels for selective current-based ground-fault detection and coordination.

Download this white paper for insights on:

  • Charging current
  • Ground-fault detection
  • Ground-fault coordination
  • Reasons to monitor the neutral-grounding resistor
  • Problems associated with monitoring the neutral-grounding resistor
  • NGR monitor design requirements

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