Superseded Standard

IEEE 1246-2002

IEEE Guide for Temporary Protective Grounding Systems Used in Substations

The design, performance, use, testing, and installation of temporary protectivegrounding systems, including the connection points, as used in permanent and mobile substations,are covered in this guide.

Sponsor Committee
PE/SUB - Substations
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2001-03-17
Superseded by
1246-2011
Superseding
1246-1997
Board Approval
2002-09-12
History
ANSI Approved:
2003-01-21
Published:
2003-04-14

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/SUB - Substations
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Working Group
WGG4 - Substation Safety
IEEE Program Manager
Ashley Moran
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Working Group Chair
Jesse Rorabaugh
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1246-2020

IEEE Guide for Temporary Protective Grounding Systems Used in Substations

The design, performance, use, testing, and installation of temporary protective grounding systems, including the connection points, as used in permanent and mobile substations, are covered in this guide.

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1268-2016

IEEE Guide for Safety in the Installation of Mobile Substation Equipment

Information pertaining to the installation of mobile substation equipment up to 245 kV is provided in this guide.

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1246-2011

IEEE Guide for Temporary Protective Grounding Systems Used in Substations

The design, performance, use, testing, and installation of temporary protective grounding systems, including the connection points, as used in permanent and mobile substations, are covered in this guide.

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1268-2005

IEEE Guide for Safety in the Installation of Mobile Substation Equipment

Information pertaining to the installation of mobile substation equipment up to 245 kV is provided in this guide.

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80-1976

IEEE Guide for Safety in Substation Grounding

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80-2000

IEEE Guide for Safety in AC Substation Grounding

Outdoor ac substations, either conventional or gas-insulated, are covered in this guide. Distribution, transmission, and generating plant substations are also included. With proper caution,the methods described herein are also applicable to indoor portions of such substations, or to sub-stations that are wholly indoors. No attempt is made to cover the grounding problems peculiar to dc substations. A quantitative analysis of the effects of lightning surges is also beyond the scope of this guide.

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