ANSI Loadbreak Elbow connectors
Designed in accordance to IEEE Std 386 standard - latest revision.Details
Loadbreak Elbow Connector is a fully-shielded and insulated plug-in termination for connecting underground cable to transformers, switching cabinets and junctions equipped with loadbreak bushings.
Available in Two and Four positions. For sidewall and cover mountedDetails
Line crews need not be exposed to high voltage conductors and hot transformer fluidsDetails
Externally operated one-, two- and three-phase under-oil tap changer switch family eliminates many of the hazards associated with manual internal tap changing of distribution transformers.
To protect distribution apparatus from damaging currents and to protect distribution systems from failed apparatus.Details
Its ideal use is in a two-fuse protection scheme with a current-limiting backup fuse. In this arrangement, secondary faults and overload currents are cleared by the Bay-O-Net fuse, and high level faults are cleared by the current-limiting fuse. The two fuses are connected in series
Maximum flexibility, available in two types: Integral Header (IHR) (9, 12, and 15 inches wide) and Welded…Details
Maximum flexibility, available in two types: Integral Header (IHR) (9, 12, and 15 inches wide) and Welded Header (12 and 15 inches and 520mm wide). The 520mm provides a DIN Standard radiator configured to meet North American requirements. Standard center line mounting lengths range from 21 to 180 inches.
- Carbon Steel :
- Stainless Steel :
- Hot Dip Galvanized :
Bay-o-net Fuse Holder
Vertical and horizontal mounting are avaliable.Details
It is designed for use in pad mounted or subsurface distribution transformers filled with Envirotemp FR3 fluid, transformer oil or approved equivalent. The assemblies combine the ease of hotstick operation with the safety of deadfront construction.
- 8.3 - 23 KV : 150 kV BIL.
- 38 KV : 200 kV BIL
Used to avoid re-energize faulted transformers.Details
Used in series with a Bay-O-Net type fuse or MagneX Interrupter. Isolation links are not fuses and do not have an interrupting rating. During a transformer failure, the isolation link will melt so that the opened primary circuit of a faulted transformer cannot be re-energized by the line crew.
ELSP Current-limiting Backup Fuse
Used in series with low current primary protection devices.Details
The ELSP fuse is designed for use in transformer oil, Envirotemp FR3 fluid, or an approved equivalent. The fuses highly efficient current limiting section minimizes the effects of high fault current stresses on equipment and the distribution system.
- 8.3 To 23 KV : 30 To 330 A
- 15.5 KV : 30 To 300A
Meets all the requirements of ANSI/IEEE Standard 386.Details
Bushing Insert threads into a universal bushing well to provide the same function as an integral loadbreak bushing. Using bushing inserts makes field installation and replacement possible and efficient.
Meet The requirements ANSI standard for thermometers.Details
Bushing Well Long Shank
Meets the full requirements of the latest revision of the IEEE Standard 386.Details