distribution substation

distribution substation

[‚dis·trə′byü·shən ′səb‚stā·shən]
(electricity)
An electric power substation associated with the distribution system and the primary feeders for supply to residential, commercial, and industrial loads.
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ABB will supply a complete distribution substation solution to the European Spallation Source (ESS) research center being constructed in Lund, Sweden.
The new transmission and distribution substation will connect the complex to the national grid to ensure a reliable power supply.
The distribution substation accounted for the maximum share of about 51.
The supply and installation of a new iDMS control centre to manage the City of Madina's electricity distribution network, including a fibre-optic telecom system, civil works modifications, and adaptation of the city's distribution substation.
Application ref: 13/0877/FUL Date received: May 1 Address: Bodycote Heat Treatments, Ironmasters Way, Stillington Stockton TS21 1LD Proposal: Erection of an electrical distribution substation on Bodycote's land to supply and distribute electric to the surrounding businesses.
The winder has been installed, the works involving the distribution substation have been completed, skips and conveyors have been replaced.
The most frequently used voltage ranges used to power transmission & distribution substation automation equipment in North America is 72-125 VDC followed by 24-48 VDC.
El Salto is now the largest distribution substation in Chile capable of servicing nearly four million residents which will benefit Santiago, Las Condes, Vitacura, Lo Barnechea, Providencia and other municipalities.
The Larson Electronics' Magnalight MGS-DC-30KVA-480-220-110 heavy duty power distribution substation safely converts single-phase or three-phase 480 VAC electrical current to single phase 120 VAC and 240 VAC.
The included case studies examine in a nontechnical format GIS software to model an electric distribution system, identify the best location for a distribution substation, locate damage, prevent outages and gas leaks, lower operating costs, and track work orders.
The tenant, which has been significantly upgrading and modernizing its neighboring electric distribution substation, committed to lease all 45,000 s/f of the four story building.
In nine categories from transmission substation breakers to distribution substation relays, DWP's equipment was older than the industry average -- sometimes by as much as 15 years.

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