A Harmonic Analysis was carried out at a major pharmaceutical company to determine compliance with Energy Networks Association Engineering Recommendation G5/4-1.
The intention of the Energy Networks Association Recommendation G5/4, first published in 2001, was to try to ensure that the levels of harmonics in the Public Electricity Supply do not constitute a problem for other users of that supply.
This is a primary function of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Management and Regulation, and it forms part of the Distribution Code which is a statutory requirement placed on the UK Electricity Supply Industry.
G5/4-1 identifies consumers by their point of common coupling (PCC) to the supply, and applies limits at that point. G5/4-1 therefore applies to every consumer connected to the Public Electricity Supply (PES), including:
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