Shock Hazard in the Presence of Protective Residual-Current Devices

@article{Mitolo2007ShockHI,
  title={Shock Hazard in the Presence of Protective Residual-Current Devices},
  author={Massimo Mitolo},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications},
  year={2007},
  volume={46},
  pages={1552-1557}
}
  • Massimo Mitolo
  • Published 2007 in IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications
The application of residual-current principle, as carried out by zero-sequence current protective devices, is one of the most efficient ways to reduce the hazard of electric shock in case of a failure of the equipment's basic insulation to ground. Highly sensitive and regularly tested residual-current-operated circuit breakers without integral overcurrent protection (RCCBs) devices are rightfully recognized worldwide by standards and codes as an effective means to protect persons against direct… CONTINUE READING