USC-01C is a system that allows, in equipment that has grounding resistors, to identify the exact circuit where a phase-earth fault current occurred, thus allowing to eliminate it quickly.
Although the use of grounding resistors is quite consolidated in industrial systems, it is often difficult to identify where a fault has occurred. Even if the fault does not prevent the system from continuing to operate, its quick location allows to eliminate the problem and ensure greater safety.
USC-01C allows this identification without the operator having to interact with powered power panels, meeting the requirements of NR-10. In addition, individual identification units can be provided according to the customer's needs, and the installation of the equipment is extremely simple.
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