Standard: IEC 62561 / TCVN 9385
- Material: Brass
Single Hole Earth Point: also known as a single earth rod or ground rod, is a rod typically made of copper that is driven vertically into the ground. It serves as a single point for grounding purposes. The earth rod is connected to the grounding system, such as the lightning protection system and provides a direct path for electrical current to flow into the ground.
Double Hole Earth Point: also known as a double earth rod or dual earth rod, consists of two rods usually copper that are driven into the ground in close proximity to each other. The two rods are spaced apart to enhance the grounding effectiveness. The double-hole earth point provides a larger surface area for contact with the ground, thereby reducing the resistance of the grounding system.
Four Hole Earth Point: also known as a four earth rod or quad earth rod, comprises four rods typically copper that are driven into the ground in a specific pattern. The four rods are arranged in a square or rectangular configuration to create an interconnected grounding system. This configuration enhances the grounding efficiency by increasing the contact area with the ground and reducing the resistance further.
Reference and Packing
CVL® Single/ Double/ Four Hole Earth Point
Cable Size (mm2)