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    A voltage interruption is a state during which the URMS(1/2) voltage is lower than the specified interruption level. The interruption threshold is usually set much below the voltage dip level, at about 1..10{b7e1b70d923112b2dce5c7f61317ee3c713200fca463085e7ae47b1e4ec3e7da} of Unom.

    The interruption starts at the moment when the URMS(1/2) voltage decreases below the interruption threshold value, and ends at the moment when the URMS(1/2) voltage is equal to or greater than the interruption threshold value plus the voltage hysteresis.

    During the interruption, a power quality analyser remembers the minimum recorded voltage and the average voltage value.

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