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    Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Fault Demonstrator

    Nvis 7065

    Product Description

    Nvis 7065 Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical fault Demonstrator is a training system designed to explain the basic faults which can occur in a Transmission Line. Using Three Phase step down transformer, the training product reinforces the knowledge of all the basic faults in Transmission Line and corresponding sequence characteristics.

    In addition to this, it also provides an opportunity to a student to use a wide variety of electrical components such as MCB, Selector Switch, Ammeter, Voltmeter, Three Phase Transformer, Indicating Lamps, Fuse etc.

    This product along with the learning material represents almost all faults in Power System training course.

    Product Features

    • Fast response time
    • High quality meters
    • Test terminals provided to analyze the waveforms
    • Line Voltage and Phase Voltage selection facility
    • Designed by considering all the safety precautions
    • Diagrammatic representation for the ease of connections
    • Online product tutorial
    Scope of Learning
    • Line to Ground (L-G) Fault analysis of a Single Phase Transmission Line
    • Single Line to Ground Fault (L-G) analysis of a Three Phase Transmission Line
    • Line to Line Fault (L-L) analysis of Three Phase Transmission Line
    • Double Line to Ground Fault (L-L-G) analysis of Three Phase Transmission Line
    • Symmetrical L-L-L Fault analysis of a Three Phase Transmission Line
    • Symmetrical L-L-L-G Fault analysis of Three Phase Transmission Line

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