Superseded Standard

IEEE 1668-2014

IEEE Trial-Use Recommended Practice for Voltage Sag and Short Interruption Ride-Through Testing for End-Use Electrical Equipment Rated Less than 1000 V

A trial-use, non-industry-specific recommended practice for voltage sag and short interruption ride-through performance and compliance testing for all electrical and electronic equipment connected to low-voltage power systems that can experience malfunction or shutdown as a result of reductions in supply voltage lasting less than one minute is detailed in this document. Testing procedures and requirements for test equipment are clearly defined within this document to reflect this electrical environment, including single-phase, two-phase, and three-phase balanced and unbalanced voltage sags. Requirements for certification and test reporting, including characterization of voltage-sag ride-through equipment are also defined.

Sponsor Committee
IAS/ICPS/SDC - Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Standards Development Committee
Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2009-09-11
Superseded by
1668-2017
Board Approval
2014-08-21
History
Published:
2014-09-22

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Industry Applications Society
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Sponsor Committee
IAS/ICPS/SDC - Industrial & Commercial Power Systems Standards Development Committee
Working Group
1668_WG - Voltage Sag Ride-through Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Patricia Roder
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Working Group Chair
Douglas Dorr

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