Low Voltage Guide Working Groups

3.6.3 — Low Voltage Surge Protective Components Application Guide Working Group
Chair: Michael J (Mick) Maytum
E-mail: m.j.maytum@ieee.org

Develop a generalized guide for the application of low voltage surge protective components. Coordinate and incorporate sections prepared by other groups into an overall guide stating the surge environment equipment vulnerability, and protective components.

3.6.11 – Wind Power Facilities Electrical Protection Guide
Chair: Kenneth Brown
E-mail: kbrown@leviton.com

Surge protection guidance for electrical equipment and systems with voltages of 1000 V(ac) and 1500 V(dc) or less within a wind power facility or wind generation structure. Included within this scope are communications and data acquisition equipment and associated circuitry and interfaces.

3.6.12 – Photovoltaic Facilities Electrical Protection Guide
Chair: James Moellmann
E-mail: james.moellmann@maxivolt.com

Surge protection guidance for electrical equipment and systems with voltages of 1000 V(ac) and 1500 V(dc) or less within a photovoltaic facility or installation. Included within this scope are communications and data acquisition equipment and associated circuitry and interfaces.

3.6.13 – Smart Grid Electrical Protection Guide
Chair: Matt Wakeham
E-mail: matthew.wakeham@tnb.com

Surge protection guidance for electrical equipment and systems with voltages of 1000 V(ac) and 1500 V(dc) or less for components of the Smart Grid. Included within this scope are communications and data acquisition equipment and associated circuitry and interfaces. Additionally, there are cases, which involve smart grid equipment attaching or coupling to higher voltage circuits such as electric utility medium voltage distribution. This scope is not limited to providing guidance for such matters.

3.6.14 – EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment) Surge Protection Guide
Chair: Kenneth Brown
E-mail: KBrown@leviton.com

  • Provide surge protection guidance for electrical equipment and systems with voltages of 1000 V (ac) and 1500 V (dc) or less involved with electric vehicle infrastructure. 
  • Included within this scope are communications and data acquisition equipment and associated circuitry and interfaces.