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IEEE C57.12.200-2022

IEEE Guide for the Dielectric Frequency Response Measurement of Bushings

Bushings are critical components for power apparatus as their main role is to conduct current at high voltage through a grounded barrier. Statistical studies have shown that bushing defects such as water ingression and partial discharge are among the most important causes for unexpected failures. Dielectric frequency response (DFR), sometimes also known as frequency domain spectroscopy (FDS), which involves measurement of the bushing capacitance and dielectric losses over a frequency range, is an effective method to detect deterioration of bushing insulation. This guide applies to the DFR measurement of various types of bushings either in the field or in the factory except for gas-insulated bushings.

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PE/TR - Transformers
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2018-09-27
Board Approval
2022-09-21
History
Published:
2023-01-27

Working Group Details

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IEEE Power and Energy Society
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PE/TR - Transformers
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Working Group
Dielectric-WGC57.12.200 - Dielectric Tests - Frequency Domain Spectroscopy
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Patrycja Jarosz
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Working Group Chair
Jun Deng

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