This standard adopts IEC 60270:2000 and defines methods of measuring partial discharges that may occur in energized power switchgear apparatus, in flaws, voids, and interfaces of non-self restoring insulation that may lead to dielectric failure of the switchgear.
Working Group Details
- IEEE Power and Energy Society
- Sponsor Committee
- PE/SWG - Switchgear
- Working Group
Adscom-WG_C37.301 - Adscom - Standard for High-Voltage (Above 1000 V) Test Techniques - Partial Discharge Measurements
- IEEE Program Manager
- Ashley Moran
- Working Group Chair
- jean-marc torres
Standard for High-Voltage Switchgear (Above 1000 V) Test Techniques--Partial Discharge Measurements
This international standard defines methods of measuring and interpretation of Partial Discharges (PD) that may occur in energized AC power switchgear (rated above 1000 V). The standard is structured around the 5 main processes of partial discharge measurement and assessment; 1- Generation, 2- Propagation, 3- Detection, 4- Interpretation, 5- Reporting. This document defines apparent charge based and non-charged based methodologies. Guidance is given for instrumentation and calibration techniques for off-line and on-line measurement.