Substation Elements

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Rich_SJT said...

I have noticed an air type of inductor ONLY in the B phase of some substations. What is the purpose, why only in the B phase. A picture is avaliable.

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Anonymous said...

@Rich_SJT:
the inductor you're referring is probably Line Trap (also called Wave Trap) to block high-frequency (in the order of kHz) carrier signal going further from the point where Inductor is installed. The signal goes to Capacitor Coupling Device (connected phase-to-ground) where it is separated from the power line and sent to equipment. It contains protection signaling as well as data.

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