Measure current circuit burdens at transformer terminals. When applicable, perform insulation-resistance tests on the primary winding with the secondary grounded. Test voltages shall be in accordance with Table When applicable, perform dielectric withstand tests on the primary winding with the secondary grounded.
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NETA developed specifications for the acceptance of new electrical apparatus prior to energization and for the maintenance of existing apparatus to determine its suitability to remain in service. Since , several revisions of the Maintenance Specifications have been published; in the NETA Technical Committee, with approval of the Board of Directors, set a four-year review and revision schedule.
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Kazrajind The units going over the road many times a year resulted in a huge number of failures, both nuisance trips and failure to trip. Ansi-neha, here is the issue with NETA tests, they require the breaker to be opened and removed from service to test trip times, znsi-neta does not represent andi-neta real world condition. Maintenance, tests, and inspections shall be documented. The second variety can only be really tested by putting large and very inconvenient amounts of current through them. The scary part, though, is that I have been in the electrical testing biz since and had a NETA Level IV certification before changing to the present job. Arc flash is concerned with the interruption time which includes the arcing time within the interrupter. Still go into a lot of facilities where regular testing and maintenance is not being done, some figure a label warning of arc flash hazard is enough and it is the mts problem to figure it out.
NETA MTS 2007 - Instrument Transformer Testing