Superseded Standard

IEEE 1623-2004

IEEE Guide for the Functional Specification of Medium Voltage (1 kV - 35 kV) Electronic Shunt Devices for Dynamic Voltage Compensation

This document provides general guidelines for the preparation of a functional specification for solid-state electronic shunt devices used mainly for compensation of voltage fluctuation. The guide covers devices rated to medium voltage (1 kV-35 kV). This device contains in general: an inverter, rectifier or DC converter, energy storage device, and coupling transformer. The device typically is connected in parallel with the network using a coupling transformer.

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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2002-09-12
Superseded by
1623-2020
Board Approval
2004-11-15
History
ANSI Approved:
2005-02-07
Published:
2005-05-11
Reaffirmed:
2010-09-30

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Standards Committee
PE/SUB - Substations
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Working Group
WGI1 - Power Electronics Equipment Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Jeffrey McElray

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PC37.431.40

Standard for Functional Specifications of Medium (1 kV to 69 kV) Voltage Series and Shunt Electronic Devices for Dynamic Voltage Compensation

This standard provides requirements for the preparation of a functional specification for a solid-state electronic series and shunt device used mainly to compensate for voltage fluctuation. The standard covers series and shunt devices rated to medium voltage. In general, a series device contains: a bidirectional converter, an energy storage device, and an injection transformer connected in series with the load and a normally open by-pass switch. A shunt device contains the same components as a series device except for a coupling transformer connected in parallel. The standard also covers the following equipment to assure proper interface with the electric network including voltage and current transformers, disconnect switches, circuit breakers, and three phase low voltage service for auxiliary power.

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1623-2020

IEEE Guide for the Functional Specification of Medium Voltage (1kV to 35kV) Electronic Shunt Devices for Dynamic Voltage Compensation

General guidelines on the preparation of a functional specification for a solid-state electronic shunt device used to compensate voltage fluctuation are provided in this guide. Devices rated medium voltage (1 kV to 35 kV) are covered in this guide. In general, these devices contain: an inverter, a rectifier or dc converter, an energy storage device, and a coupling transformer. The device is typically connected in parallel with the network using a coupling transformer.

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1585-2002

IEEE Guide for the Functional Specification of Medium Voltage (1- 35kV) Electronic Series Devices for Compensation of Voltage Fluctuations

An approach to prepare a specification for an electronic device connected in series to compensate voltage fluctuations is presented.This guide intends to provide a base specification to allow users to modify specific parts of the document to meet their practical needs.

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