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These banana trees, apart from violating right-of-way clearances, reached a height that caused the line-to-ground fault and subsequent tripping.
1 Result comparison for single line-to-ground fault
Our product is the only fault interrupter on the market today that effectively monitors for line-to-line, line-to-ground and arc faults at the same time.
The filters withstand hipot voltages of 1,450-VDC line-to-line and 2,250-VDC line-to-ground.
Type MEXY metallized polyester class X2 and Y2/X2 film capacitors are suitable for across-the-line and line-to-ground interference suppression applications.
Both products leverage TDG's cutting-edge technology, which is currently used by major airlines to prevent problems associated with fire and ice, including fires caused by line-to-ground faults and clear ice formation on upper wing surfaces in above freezing temperatures.
The TDG UFI3000(TM) is a universal fault interrupter designed to protect an aircraft's electrical systems from line-to-line, line-to-ground and arc faults.