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vt and ct burden calculation

03/01/2011 12:32 AM

how to calculate vt /ct burden?

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Re: vt and ct burden calculation

03/01/2011 3:24 AM

The rated burden of a CT or VT should be as close to but not less than the aggregate burden imposed by the current coils (for CTs) or the voltage coils (for VTs) of all the meters/relays/coils/instruments/devices, etc. connected to the secondaries of the CT or VT. You only need to know basic arithmatic.

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