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SPD terminology, references
SPD terminology
Surge protection device (SPD): device for limiting overvoltages.
Maximum continuous operating voltage (Uc): the maximum voltage which
may be connected to the SPD (sometimes referred to as its "rated voltage".
Voltage protective level (Up): the limiting voltage which appears across
the terminals of an SPD under conduction of a surge of defined waveshape
an amplitude. If no such waveshape or amplitude is defined, Up is assumed
to be stated when the SPD is subjected to the nominal discharge current In.
Residual voltage (URES): the peak value of voltage that appears between
the terminals of an SPD due to the passage of discharge current.
Temporary overvoltage (UT): the ability of an SPD to withstand (or safely
disconnect from) an overvoltage of magnitude (UT) applied for a specified
duration (usually 5 s and 200 ms).
Impulse current (Iimp): peak value of current having a wave shape of 10/350 µs.
It is used in the classification of SPDs to test class I, for direct strike lightning
Nominal discharge current (In): used in the classification of SPDs to test
Class II. It shows the SPDs ability to withstand 15 impulses of peak magnitude In
with an 8/20 µs waveshape.
Combination wave: a generator capable of delivering a 1,2/50 µs voltage
waveshape (UOC) into an open circuit, and 8/20 µs current into a short circuit.
It is used in the classification of SPDs to test class III.
Environmental protective rating (IP) : the protective rating of the SPD enclosure
against the environment (e.g. water, dust, etc.)
Disconnector: a device, internal or external to the SPD, which is used to provide
safe disconnection under fault conditions. Disconnectors may provide isolation
by operating as thermal devices, or overcurrent devices.
Following current (IF): generally applies to voltage-switching type SPDs.
This is the current delivered by the power distribution system which can be safely
extinguished by the SPD during operation.
Backup protection: the required protection to be placed in series with an SPD
which ensure its safe isolation from the prospective fault current at the point
of installation during a fault condition.
Voltage withstand (UW): the voltage withstand level (insulation withstand)
at the point of installation of the SPD. It is generally classified into one of the
following four levels: 1500 V, 2500 V, 4000 V, 6000 V (see PN-EN 60664-1).
MB: main-distribution board.
SB: sub-distribution board.
SA: socket outlet - the point directly in front of the device to be protected.
MOV: metal oxide varistor.
GDT: gas discharge tube.
Typical component typologies used
in SPDs
SPD comprising metal oxide varistor
- no problems with following current IF,
- quick response time tA (≤ 25 µs)
means low residual voltage,
- responds well to very low overvoltages,
- high surge capacity up to 50 kA,
10/350 µs.
SPD comprising gas discharge tube
- high surge capacity up to 100 kA,
10/350 µs,
- no exhausting of ionized gases,
- used in TT systems as galvanic
separation between N-PE conductors.
PN-IEC 61643-1:2001 Surge protective devices connected to low voltage power distribution
systems - Part 1: Performance requirements and testing methods.
IEC 61643-12 Surge protective devices connected to low voltage power distribution systems.
Selection and application principles.
PN-IEC 61312-1:2001 Protection against lightning electromagnetic impulse - General principle.
ÖVE NORM E 8001-1 Erection of electrical installations with rated voltages up to a.c. 1000 V
and d.c. 1500 V - Part 1: Definitions and measures against electric shock.
PN-IEC 60364-4-443:1999 Electrical installations of buildings - Part: 4-443: Protection for safety
- Protection against overvoltages and electromagnetic disturbances - Protection against overvoltages
of atmospheric origin due to switching.
PN-EN 61000-4-5:1998 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Testing and measurements
techniques - Surge immunity test.
PN-EN 62305-1:2006 (U) Protection against lightning - Part 1: General principles.
PN-EN 62305-2:2006 (U) Protection against lightning - Part 2: Risk management.
PN-EN 62305-3:2006 (U) Protection against lightning - Part 3: Physical damage to structures
and life hazard.
PN-EN 62305-4:2006 (U) Protection against lightning - Part 4: Electrical and electronic systems
within structures.
SPD comprising series arrangement
of metal oxide varistor and
gas discharge tube (MOV+GDT)
- no following current IF,
- quick response time tA (≤ 25 µs)
means low residual voltage,
- responds well to low overvoltages,
- high surge capacity up to 25 kA,
10/350 µs.
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