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Module 3 Commissioning Instrument Transformers

Module 3 Commissioning Instrument Transformers

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SUBSTATION COMMISSIONING COURSEPage 1 of 56
SUBSTATION COMMISSIONINGCOURSEMODULE THREECOMMISSIONINGINSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS
Written by:Raymond Lee, Technical trainer Copyright ©2010Electrical Industry Training Centre of Alberta4234 – 93 StreetEdmonton, Alberta, CanadaPhone: (780) 462-5729Fax: (780) 437-0248
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SUBSTATION COMMISSIONING COURSEPage 3 of 56This module will introduce the NETA acceptance testing procedures for theinstrument transformers comprising of mechanical and visual inspections,electrical tests and test data analysis. The instruments transformers are the currenttransformers (CT) and the voltage transformers (VT), which are used for meteringand protective relay applications.An understanding on the theory of operations, functions, types, industry ratingsand typical applications will be useful when performing acceptance testing. Thediscussion will be limited to the medium voltage application where potentialtransformers are directly connected to the primary system without the use of capacitive voltage divider and where current transformers are either individuallymounted within a switchboard assembly or an integral part of the medium voltageapparatus.By the end of this module the participants will have the basic skills to performacceptance testing on instrument transformers, conduct visual and mechanicalinspections, insulation resistance tests, dielectric withstand test, turns ratio tests, polarity tests, CT saturation tests, CT circuit burden tests, CT secondary windingresistance test and completing the inspection / test forms and conducting anassessment of the test data.
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