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What is the maximum short circuit current that you have seen?
 less than 50 kA 13% [ 9 ] greater than 50 kA 40% [ 28 ] greater than 100 kA 29% [ 20 ] greater than 150 kA 19% [ 13 ]
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 Post subject: Maximum Short Circuit CurrentPosted: Sun Nov 06, 2016 2:40 pm
 Plasma Level

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The intensity of an arc flash is dependent on the magnitude of short circuit current. Lower voltage systems (less than 600 volts) tend to have the highest short circuit currents. Here is this weeks question:

What is the maximum short circuit current that you have seen?

less than 50 kA
greater than 50 kA
greater than 100 kA
greater than 150 kA

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