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This video shows the high voltage testing completed upon the Viewsafe™ devices installed upon an ABB UniverC Panel. The Internal Arc Classification test was completed in accordance with IEC 62271-200 Standards – with the test rated at 50kA for 30 cycles (0.5 seconds) at 11kV.
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Hong Kong – 7 January 2016
1. Pan of Hong Kong exchange trading floor
2. Various of Hang Seng Index on screen showing 20487.38, down 493.43 points, or 2.35 percent
3. Trading screen showing stock prices
4. Mid of trader
5. Francis Lun, Chief Executive Officer, GEO Securities Limited, at his desk
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Francis Lun, Chief Executive Officer, GEO Securities Limited:
“The offshore renminbi exchange rate fell 330 points and triggering a flight of capital from Chinese markets.”
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Francis Lun, Chief Executive Officer, GEO Securities Limited:
“At 9:58am, trading was officially suspended for the entire day because the market fell 7.3 percent exceeding the seven percent circuit breaker rule.”
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Francis Lun, Chief Executive Officer, GEO Securities Limited:
“Hong Kong offer safety well for investors but I think for China, they really should reconsider the circuit breaker rule – instead of calming the market, reducing fluctuation, it has actually exacerbated the fluctuation.”
11. Close of the reflection of screen showing stock prices
12. Close of stock ticker
13. Mid of trader
14. Mid of trading floor
The Hong Kong stock market opened down 0.99 percent, or 208.21 points lower at 20772.60, after Chinese stocks nosedived on Thursday.
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index tumbled 7.3 percent to 3,115.89 before new “circuit breakers” suspended trading for the day
It was the second daylong trading halt of the week and sent other Asian markets sharply lower as investor jitters rippled across the region.
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