AFA V4.1 Key Features
1) IEEE 1584 EMPIRICALLY DERIVED MODEL AND LEE METHOD. Applicable for systems with:
- Voltages in the range of 208V to 46kV
- Bolted fault currents in the range of 700A to 106kA
- Switchgears, MCC, panels, cables and arc in open air
2) IEEE 1584 FUSE EQUATIONS. Applicable for systems protected by current limiting Class RK1 and Class L fuses.
3) IEEE 1584 LOW VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKER EQUATIONS. Applicable for systems protected by:
- Molded case, insulated case (MCCB & ICCB) circuit breakers,
- LVPCB low voltage power circuit breakers
4) NFPA 70E PHASE TO GROUND ARCING FAULTS ON OVERHEAD LINES (UP TO 242KV)
AFA V4.1 Key Capabilities
- arcing current
- incident energy
- flash protection boundary
- limited, restricted and prohibited shock approach boundaries
- initial arc pressure
- arc TNT equivalent
- risk category
- typical clothing system
2) Save input configurations, calculation results for future reference or printing.
3) Perform analysis using metric (mm, Joules, kg ) or imperial units.
4) Generate arc flash warning labels in electronic JPG, BMP and PDF formats.
5) Customize labels by selecting and adding information displayed on them.
6) Create customized color or black-and-white warning labels in English, French and Spanish.
Calculator-style interface makes complex calculations easy to understand. Detailed procedure for IEEE 1584 based arc flash calculations has been included in the calculator. An effective arc flash safety program must be designed on a reliable foundation. Arc flash studies must be performed by qualified persons using a quality analysis tool which provide accurate results that you can trust and rely on.
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