MEDIUM VOLTAGE INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS

potential transformers

potential transformers

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Potential transformers

Potential transformers are also commonly known as voltage transformers. SADTEM’s range is comprehensive, incorporating both indoor and outdoor models. SADTEM’s indoor range of potential transformers is divided into three main design types: the compact range, integrated fuse range, plug-in type with insulated cable connection and auxiliary power and VT discharge reactor range. The compact family of indoor transformers itself comprises three ranges: that of 24kV, 36kV and a DIN selection for certain dimensional requirements. The DIN range is supplied in 24kV format, while the compact 24kV and 36kV transformers come with either one or two HV poles. SADTEM’s outdoor range is manufactured using one of two different processes. They use either a metallised resin with an isolator in cycloaliphatic resin or, alternatively, a completely moulded cycloaliphatic resin process. These models are available with a metallised VT and insulated cable connection plug or as VTs custom built for deployment on train roofs.

How SADTEM potential transformers are used

Potential transformers belong to the classification of instrument transformers and they are a parallel connected type of this unit. They are most often used for protection in high voltage circuits where there is phasor phase shift isolation and also for metering duties. These transformers are also built to add only a negligible load to the test supply that is being measured. This allows them to give the most precise measurement, due to their accurate voltage ratio.

A trusted source for potential transformers

SADTEM are a well-established company, founded in 1929 and based in the town of Douai, in the north of France. The company combines more than 80 years of experience with the latest in computer technology to design potential transformers for every requirement. In the last 40 years, this expertise has seen the company expand into international markets, providing top quality transformers to clients in 80 different countries. Through a worldwide network of quality agents the company produces these components for clients in a host of industries, including railways, industrial and electrical engineering firms and those engaged in the manufacture of electrical engines.

The quality of the SADTEM potential transformers

A rigorous approach to quality is vital to ensure the most reliable potential transformers and SADTEM’s quality system is certified to ISO 9001. This system also boasts the checks and balances necessary to ensure that chances of component failure are minimised. The company has the infrastructure to carry out all standard industry tests and invests heavily in research and development to retain its leading position in the industry.