This application guide provides information on what a basic faulted circuit indicator (FCI) is designed to do, and describes methods for selecting FCIs. The application of FCIs to single-phase, 200 A, underground residential distribution (URD) circuits is described.
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IEEE Guide for the Application of Faulted Circuit Indicators on Distribution Circuits
Information on what a faulted circuit indicator (FCI) is designed to do, along with methods for selecting and applying FCIs for 200 / 600 A distribution circuits are described in this application guide.
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IEEE Guide for the Application of Faulted Circuit Indicators for 200 / 600 A, Three-phase Underground Distribution
This document specifies an exchange format, using XML, for identifying all of the hardware, software, and documentation associated with a unit under test (UUT). This UUT may be tested and diagnosed using a test program set (TPS) on an automatic test system (ATS).
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