Low-profile, single-phase, pad-mounted distribution transformers with separable insulated high-voltage connectors
|Publication Date:||1 January 2006|
This Standard specifies the requirements for single-phase, pad-mounted distribution transformers with separable insulated high-voltage connectors and intended primarily for operation by electric utilities.
Note: The operation of transformers complying with this Standard by other than an electric utility can be subject to additional requirements by the electrical inspection authority having jurisdiction.
This Standard applies to single-phase, pad-mounted, 60 Hz, liquid-filled distribution transformers with separable insulated high-voltage connectors designed for operating on an effectively grounded wye system, rated at 167 kV•A or less, with an insulation class of 18 kV or less, and suitable for mounting outdoors on pads without additional protective enclosures.
This Standard includes voltage ratings, kV•A ratings, certain mechanical characteristics, and test procedures. The Standard also includes the following performance characteristics: energy efficiency (in accordance with CAN/CSA-C802.1), temperature rise, loading capabilities, sound level, and radio influence voltage (RIV).
This Standard covers equipment intended primarily for operation on effectively grounded underground distribution systems having preferred rated voltages as shown in Table 1 and a secondary distribution voltage of 240/120 V, three-wire.
This Standard is intended to allow for interchangeability between pad-mounted units of the same basic physical size but made by different manufacturers, without modifying the cables or the pad. This Standard covers terminal arrangements for a loop-feed system, including certain minimum dimensions and certain specific dimensions, but does not ensure that the cable entrance compartment of one manufacturer's transformer matches that of another.
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