How can we raise the level of voltage 220V
What reasons can cause a drawdown of the network to tell you, before I have you about the more common case of told. Do not think that alone will be easy to fight with the organization that supplies the electricity. Easier to gather all the yard or all the piece of land and to make a collective complaint, then the probability that you will listen will increase significantly.
Although even if one person lodged a complaint, a decision must be made very quickly. In fact, the situation is somewhat different, although the electricity supplier and must troubleshoot and monitor the quality of services, in fact everything that is written in the contract deals and it is not too active. Your single complaint will get replies and wait for the decision of a question you have. Often ordinary repairs are extremely costly, here are some real reasons why you network to your desired settings will not finish! 1. overload of the transformer substation
2. failure of the cross section of the conductors of transmission lines
3. the"skew", i.e. uneven loading of the phases of the transformer.
If you understand electrics, you will be clear that the first two causes of subsidence easy to identify, but difficult to eliminate them. The transformer need to buy also, and it is money. Even the Leo as in no hurry to spend their resources if the complaint will be single, so everything moved, everyone needs to write and call! Judging the third reason, it is possible to track her down too hard, the load is usually often walks through each phase, in each time period can be any of the phases loaded and even overloaded.
If the substation has a security system, that in such cases it should give off. In fact, it happens often and if to give the cut-off for this position, then the population will be no more light than with light, and this is inconvenient and not profitable.
From personal experience I can say that the actual drawdown of naprawa in the network due to overload is not found in the big cities where there are multiple inputs, this is most commonly observed at the end point of a spur, in the garage cooperatives, horticultural societies...
IN Leo as you can specify the reason for points 1 and 2, figure out how this exactly, also not so easy. I will say that the load is not evenly distributed Also very shaky argument! Today and now overload is when you come out of Leo as the master overload, will fix nothing and just to understand the cause of the fault will be as difficult as looking for a needle in a haystack. To sit and watch the work of the line no one on the site it will repair crews all day scheduled by the hour and they were there then there eliminate breakage, breakages and failure of the power sourcing equipment.
a brownout, it is not a constant problem, it most often has a spontaneous character, and if so, the consumer at the time of drawdown remains with the problem alone! What can we do Set the input of the voltage regulator! A variant of this instrument, I will tell you in next time.
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