Wiring method of relay protection tester ＂Detailed explanat
The relay protection tester is now a very common power testing equipment in the power test. It plays an indispensable role in many power tests. So how to wire the relay protection tester? How long does it take to learn in general? Follow the editor and give you answers.
The first point:
When testing the transformer A phase, the tester IA is connected to protect the A phase of the high voltage side, the tester IB is connected to protect the B phase of the low voltage side, and the IC on the tester end is connected to the C phase of the low voltage side. We need to calculate the converted current on the high voltage side. The formula is: I'A=(IA-IB)/1.732, I'B=(IB-IC)/1.732, I'C=(IC-IA)/1.732;
If the high-voltage side A phase current, B or C does not conduct current, the converted current is: I'A=(IA-IB)/1.732=(IA-0)/1.732=IA/1.732; I'B=(IB- IC)/1.732=(0-0)/1.732=0; I'C=(IC-IA)/1.732=(0-IA)/1.732=-IA/1.732;
The third point:
If only the current is applied to the B terminal of the test transformer, and no current is applied to the A or C terminal, the converted high-voltage side three-phase current is: I'A=(IA-IB)/1.732=(0-IB)/1.732=-IB /1.732; I'B=(IB-IC)/1.732=(IB-0)/1.732=IB/1.732; I'C=(IC-IA)/1.732=(0-0)/1.732=0.
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