Publication detail

Light Sources Immunity to Short Voltage Dips and Interruptions.

DRÁPELA, J. BOK, J. ŠLEZINGR, J. PITHART, J.

Original Title

Light Sources Immunity to Short Voltage Dips and Interruptions.

English Title

Light Sources Immunity to Short Voltage Dips and Interruptions.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The short voltage dip is a short duration sudden reduction of RMS voltage and as the two dimensional electromagnetic disturbance, depth and duration time is used for its description. So a dip shape is a priori assumed to be a rectangular. Subsequently, the short voltage interruption is the short duration voltage dip to zero value. It is self-evident that no electric appliance can work continuously if its supply is interrupted. In the case of lamps, such voltage event bigger than their immunity level causes their restart with reduction in level of output luminous flux to zero for a restart period or just excessive or disturbing reduction in light level . Moreover in the worst case, it can leads also to their damage.

English abstract

The short voltage dip is a short duration sudden reduction of RMS voltage and as the two dimensional electromagnetic disturbance, depth and duration time is used for its description. So a dip shape is a priori assumed to be a rectangular. Subsequently, the short voltage interruption is the short duration voltage dip to zero value. It is self-evident that no electric appliance can work continuously if its supply is interrupted. In the case of lamps, such voltage event bigger than their immunity level causes their restart with reduction in level of output luminous flux to zero for a restart period or just excessive or disturbing reduction in light level . Moreover in the worst case, it can leads also to their damage.

Keywords

Voltage dip, voltage interruptions, immunity curves, light sources

RIV year

2009

Released

08.06.2009

Publisher

IET

Location

Prague

ISBN

978-1-84919-126-5

Book

Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Electricity Distribution

Pages from

1

Pages to

4

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT32730,
  author="Jiří {Drápela} and Jaromír {Bok} and Jan {Šlezingr} and Jan {Pithart}",
  title="Light Sources Immunity to Short Voltage Dips and Interruptions.",
  annote="The short voltage dip is a short duration sudden reduction of RMS voltage and as the two dimensional electromagnetic disturbance, depth and duration time is used for its description. So a dip shape is a priori assumed to be a rectangular. Subsequently, the short voltage interruption is the short duration voltage dip to zero value. It is self-evident that no electric appliance can work continuously if its supply is interrupted. In the case of lamps, such voltage event bigger than their immunity level causes their restart with reduction in level of output luminous flux to zero for a restart period or just excessive or disturbing reduction in light level . Moreover in the worst case, it can leads also to their damage.",
  address="IET",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Electricity Distribution",
  chapter="32730",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="IET",
  year="2009",
  month="june",
  pages="1--4",
  publisher="IET",
  type="conference paper"
}