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Manual Re-Closing of High Voltage Circuits following a Fault (Guide)


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The Guide for the Manual Re-Closing of High Voltage Circuits Following a Fault was first published in October 2001 and has been revised in Jan 2014.

The Guide substantially follows the approach given in the Safety, Health & Environment Committee of the Energy Networks Association Standard 06 titled Post Trip Manual Re-Closing of High Voltage Electrical Distribution Circuits, and the EEA acknowledges the ENA (UK) for permission to use their approach.

The Guides purpose is to provide a nationally agreed document to help Electricity Network Companies and contractors managing networks to determine an appropriate policy with regard to the manual reclosing of a circuit following a tripping.

The Guide describes a common framework for the post fault manual reclosing of high voltage devices which have tripped and whose protection, and auto-reclose/restoration sequences (where applicable), have completed and the circuit has locked out.

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