This working group was formed at the joint request of the PES Distribution Subcommittee members and the EEI T&D Committee.
This working group maintains and updates the IEEE 1695 Guide to Understanding, Diagnosing, and Mitigating Stray and Contact Voltage. The focus of the guide and working group discussions is on power frequency voltages that exist at publicly and privately accessible locations as a result of the delivery and use of electrical energy, including definitions, sources, testing techniques and mitigation strategies.
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The working group regularly meets with the IEEE Distribution Subcommittee. See the schedule for the subcommittee's next meetings.
These draft documents and the presentations contained on this web site are part of a work in progress. They are being provided to the public for information purposes only. Because they are part of a work in progress, there are parts that are missing and parts that will be either revised or deleted prior to acceptance. Permission to cite any part of this work must first be obtained from the working group chair.
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Panel Session: Contact Voltage in the Public Right of Way
Special Interest Session: SI4 Stray and Contact Voltage: IEEE Working Group Update and Information
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