If in your Network low voltage, what should We do?
If you live in your home at your summer cottage or in the village, we usually often face the situation when the network voltage drops below a critical level and sometimes reaches the threshold 160V at a rate of 220. It is not difficult to understand that this voltage for normal operation of radio equipment is small, the lamps are burning in a floor heater. Led lamps generally as lamps with the high voltages are not used, they just do not light up.
In the contract for the supply of electrical energy on the idea stipulates that the supplier must stand in line the options you want, and if there are any breakages promptly to fix them. In practice, however, it is a different course, the company supplier shrugs and says a line of accidents is not observed, and users in this situation have to get out and create any kind of device for lifting capacity in the network.
If you as a consumer enter normal, twists not or if they are, then they have no voltage drop, in this case apparently to blame those who provides you with electrical energy.
If after you connect something to the network clearly see the drawdown voltage (bulb began to flash or glow dimmer), it is likely the problem you have with the transaction. For better understanding of your topics is to say that if the opening switch you have 220V, and after connecting, say, the stove, the voltage drops to 160V, it is likely that reason is not a quality of the connection from the pole to the switch. If the line that goes to the house drawdown, then there is clearly a need to call the local Leo as to call the masters.
Tell us a little about possible problems at the site from the consumer, if there is a drawdown in the network.
let us Say, you have to post very far and you broke the cable, you have it too thin. In this case, if the load limit on this section, the drawdown will be significant.
most Often just where the contact resistance, the contact is heated, and if so, then with high probability it can be argued that in this place there is a drop. Just what falls in the transition resistance and it will be your missing volts. Fall is one problem, but if the twist is heated, it may at some point cause a fire and lead to fires. If the twist in the street, then there is no danger, if in the attic, then there need to be very careful. If you drawdown from the fact that you have not drawn on the section of the input cable and good consumption is heated, the danger is a big no, because the cable is uniformly heated along its entire length. Do not rush to call the Leo as not to answer stupid questions without knowledge of the situation. First, view the junction of the highway with your connection. If the connection is made solidly, then it is more likely a problem of Leo as, if not, then look around where you can have a drawdown, decide in each individual case on its own.
Often twisting loose over the years, places, crimping not become dense and lost contact quality, and that leads to the fact that somewhere something is lost or not working.
How to avoid these problems, I told you, next time I will tell you how to level or raise the voltage if you are already coming in too low. There stabilizers and various autotransformers, in each case, you can find the best and not expensive solution. Read the rest and learn how to implement all at minimal cost.
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