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What is “Medium Voltage”?
It is important to note that the newest version of the CEC-2021 no longer defines voltage classes by their operating voltage, however, these definitions are still largely used by industry for identification and clarification purposes when defining scope of work and operating systems.
The typical voltage levels found in your home or office will range from 120V to 600V. These systems are typically referred to as “low voltage” throughout the electrical industry and special termination kits or applications are typically not required for termination cables of these voltage ranges at their final destinations. It is usually the distribution systems that feed these systems that operate in the “medium voltage” range. The voltage in these systems ranges between (5KV to 36KV and in some systems it goes up to 110KV), which is altered and changed by using of transformers, this voltage level is mostly used for primary distribution lines.
Types of Cable Terminations
Testing after installation
What is the purpose of VLF testing?
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What is Tan Delta testing?
Tan delta (Tan δ, TD) testing, also called dissipation factor or loss angle, is used for measuring the degree of deterioration of shielded MV/HV cable insulation. The results reveal how contaminated, damaged, or water tree strewn the insulation has become.
Westcan Power Service’s technicians are all trained and qualified to perform acceptance testing on medium voltage cables, new or existing.
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Did you know that Westcan Power Services offers 24-hour emergency service for your electrical problems? We are there when you need us, where you need us.
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