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  • What is HV and LV Power Distribution System?

    What is HV and LV Power Distribution System?

    An HV power distribution system simply means a high voltage distribution system while an LV is a low voltage or tension power distribution system. LV power supply can be around 230 Volts for a single-phase connection and 400 Volts for a three-phase connection. On the other hand, the HV distribution system can even reach 11Kilo-Volts,…

  • Why Should a Commercial Building Have a Backup Generator?

    Why Should a Commercial Building Have a Backup Generator?

    Maintains a Good Reputation Try to imagine being in the middle of serving a customer, tending to a patient, or presenting or making a business PowerPoint presentation then, boom! Electricity goes out. You would not only be disappointed and embarrassed but you may even lose that business deal you had been chasing for months. The…

  • Cable Tray Systems Uses

    Cable Tray Systems Uses

    Electrical Power Distribution and Transmission Electric power is a sensitive and critical utility that should be handled with all the caution it requires. Having several electric power cables dangling all over the floor is very risky because, in case of a little mishap, the cables would explode with bigger fires that may cause serious losses…

  • What is Electrical Distribution Equipment?

    What is Electrical Distribution Equipment?

    Electric power equipment is used to get electric power from power-station generators, transformers, or converters in converter substations, and to appropriate it among different buyers. Power distribution systems contain the following equipment, including electric switches, detaching switches, flow and voltage transformers, estimating instruments, transports, dischargers, and electric reactors. To permit the upkeep of the distribution…

  • What are the Basics of Electric Power Distribution System?

    What are the Basics of Electric Power Distribution System?

    Could you imagine living in 2022 without the conveniences that electric power bring to our lives? Technology aside, electric power is essential for transportation, communication, manufacturing, and production, heating, and cooling our homes. It also plays a key role in the production of the food we eat. However, have you ever taken time to ask…

  • What is the Role of Transformers in a Power System?

    What is the Role of Transformers in a Power System?

    The current emits a magnetic field as it flows through the cable. When an alternating current is passed through the cable, the magnetic field changes in polarity and may increase or decrease in strength as the current changes in direction. However, when a direct current is passed through the same cable, the magnetic field will…

  • What is Power Distribution?

    What is Power Distribution?

    A transformer is made up of two cores with an electromagnetic field between them, each wrapped in copper wiring. The power travels through a core wrapped with several winds of copper wiring when entering the transformer and leaves through the other core that has fewer winds, resulting in less voltage. Although the concept of how…

  • What is Cable Bus? Superior Cable Bus Explained.

    What is Cable Bus? Superior Cable Bus Explained.

    What is Cable Bus? Cable Bus is a power distribution system using multiple parallel conductors braced in a rigid enclosure. A standard range of Cable Bus systems are available from 600 volts to 218,000 volts and up to 10,400 amps. However, Cable Bus systems are adaptable and can be conducted to suit a customer’s particular…

  • Why Isn’t Copper Used For High Voltage Lines?

    Why Isn’t Copper Used For High Voltage Lines?

    Of all metals, only two of them are widely used for electrical conductivity in both home and industrial uses. Copper and aluminum are most often utilized as electrical conveyors in electrical links because of their low opposition and superb conductivity. This is because they do not corrode easily and are very ductile. They are also…

  • What is Reverse Power Relay?

    What is Reverse Power Relay?

    A reverse power relay is a protective transmitter that protects the turbine or motor from damage upon a reverse power condition. A generator can work as a synchronous compensator if the driving torque is less than the total losses in the system, taking necessary power from the network. For instance, reducing the steam flow in…

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