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surge voltage meaning in Hindi

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  1. For tantalum electrolytic capacitors the surge voltage can be 1.3 times the rated voltage, rounded off to the nearest volt.
  2. Polymer e-cap oxide layers are formed for safety reasons at a higher voltage than the rated voltage, called a surge voltage.
  3. For polymer Ta-e-caps the surge voltage can be 1.3 times the rated voltage, rounded off to the nearest volt.
  4. Electrolytic capacitors with solid manganese oxide or polymer electrolyte, and aluminum as well as tantalum electrolytic capacitors can not withstand transients or peak voltages higher than surge voltage.
  5. Motors and generators may be coupled by a non-conductive shaft in facilities that need to closely control electromagnetic radiation, or where high isolation from transient surge voltages is required.
  6. Hybrid polymer Al-e-caps are relatively insensitive to high and short-term transient voltages higher than surge voltage, if the frequency and the energy content of the transients are low.
  7. Aluminum electrolytic capacitors with non-solid electrolyte are relatively insensitive to high and short-term transient voltages higher than the surge voltage, if the frequency and the energy content of the transients is low.
  8. For capacitors with a rated voltage of d " 315 volts the surge voltage is 1.15 times the rated voltage, and for capacitors with a rated voltage exceeding 315 volts the surge voltage is 1.10 times the rated voltage.
  9. For capacitors with a rated voltage of d " 315 volts the surge voltage is 1.15 times the rated voltage, and for capacitors with a rated voltage exceeding 315 volts the surge voltage is 1.10 times the rated voltage.
  10. Where a delta-fed system must be grounded for detection of stray current to ground or protection from surge voltages, a grounding transformer ( usually a zigzag transformer ) may be connected to allow ground fault currents to return from any phase to ground.
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