Earth Bars With Double Disconnecting Link

Earth Bars With Double Disconnecting Link

Earth Bars with Double Disconnecting Links, used in lightning protection and grounding systems, are specialized components designed to provide a low-resistance path for electrical current to dissipate into the ground. They play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of structures and equipment during lightning events or electrical faults.

Product Details​​

Product Overview

  • Standard: IEC 62561 
  • Material: Copper + SUS304 Bolts & Nuts

Product Details

The earth bar serves as a centralized point where multiple conductors or cables are connected. It is typically made of copper or another highly conductive material to ensure efficient grounding. The double disconnecting links provide the ability to isolate or disconnect the earth bar from other components for maintenance, troubleshooting, or testing purposes.

During a lightning event or electrical fault, the electrical current flows through the earth bar and is distributed to the grounding electrodes, such as grounding rods or plates, that are buried in the ground. The low-resistance path created by the earth bar helps to safely dissipate the electrical energy into the ground, preventing damage to the structure, equipment, and potential harm to occupants. The use of earth bars with double disconnecting links provides several advantages in lightning protection and grounding systems. They facilitate easy maintenance and testing by allowing specific sections of the system to be isolated when needed. They also enhance the overall reliability and effectiveness of the grounding system, ensuring proper grounding and minimizing the risk of electrical hazards.

Reference and Packing
CVL® Earth Bars With Double Disconnecting Link
Product code
No. Of Terminals
Size
(mm)
Length
Width
Height
  DKN42
  4
450
90
(Insulator 35)
  DKN62
  6
550
90
(Insulator 35)
  DKN82
  8
650
90
(Insulator 51)
  DKN102
  10
800
90
(Insulator 51)

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