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Item Characteristic Unit

1 General Information
1.1 Manufacturer
1.2 Country of origin
1.3 Type
1.4 Rules applicable
1.5 Altitude of installation m.s.n.m.
1.6 Room temperature
Maxim C
Minimum C
1.7 Type of installation
1.8 Construction type
2 Key Features
2.1 Transformation ratio
Nominal primary voltage IV
Nominal secondary voltage IV
Nominal tertiary voltage IV
2.2 Continuous nominal power ONAN
Primary winding MVA
Secondary winding MVA
Tertiary winding MVA
2.3 Connection group
Primary winding
Secondary winding
Tertiary winding
2.4 Rated frequency Hz
2.5 Number of terminals
Primary winding
Secondary + neutral winding
Tertiary winding
2.6 Connect the transformer neutral
Neutral primary
Neutral secondary
Neutral secondary
2.7 Maximum tension service
Primary winding KV
Secondary winding KV
Tertiary winding KV
2.8 Current Rating (take central)
Primary winding A
Tertiary winding A
* I do defined by the manufacturer
2.9 Isolation level (ICE)
Primary winding
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of external insulation KVp
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of internal insulation kVp
Sustaining voltage power frequency kV
Secondary winding
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of external insulation KVp
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of internal insulation kVp
Sustaining voltage power frequency kV
Technical Data Table Transformer AT 25MVA 60KV
Tertiary winding
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of external insulation KVp
Impulse voltage 1.2/50 support of internal insulation kVp
Sustaining voltage power frequency kV
3 Limit of elevation of temperature
On temperature rise at maximun power ONAN
In windings (Method resistance)
C
In the oil, top (measured with thermometer)
C
4 Overload capacity
Admisibile overload emergency MVA
Permanent overload admisibile, from the maximun winding
temperature exceeding, 5 C del item 4.0
MVA
5 Guaranteed Losses
Total loss in vacuum (Iron losses) a voltge and frequency, with
rated voltge making
KW
Total copper losses at rated voltage and temperature
conditions copper ONAN 75 C
Performance at nominal power calculated by the method of
separating the center tap losses and to an ambient
temperature of 25C.
For power factor = 1.0
Load 100%
Load 75%
Load 50%
Load 25%
For power factor = 0.8
Load 100%
Load 75%
Load 50%
Load 25%
6 Particulars of oil
6.1 Rule
6.2 Designation supplier
6.3 Maximum density 20C g/cm
3
6.4 Maximum kinematic viscosity
- A +20 C CSt
- A +15 C CSt
6.5. Flash point, minimum C
6.6. Freezing point C
Maximum neutralization mg/KOH/g
Corrosive sulfur kV/mm
7 Bushings of 60 1W
7.1 Place of manufacture
7.2 Manufacturer
7.3 Type
7.4 Current Rating A
7.5 Rated short time current 1 second KA
7.6 Nominal current peak short KAp
7.7 Test voltage pulse dry KVp
7.8 Test voltage at 60Hz for 1 minute KV
7.9 Test voltage at 60Hz in the rain KV
7.10 Creepage developed .mm
7.11 Creepage by KV mm/kV
7.12 Arc distance .mm
7.13 Material
8 Bushings of 22.9KV
8.1 Place of manufacture
8.2 Manufacturer
8.3 Type
8.4 Current Rating A
8.5 Rated short time current 1 second KA
8.6 Nominal current peak short KAp
8.7 Test voltage pulse dry KVp
8.8 Test voltage at 60Hz for 1 minute KV
8.9 Test voltage at 60Hz in the rain KV
8.10 Creepage developed .mm
8.11 Creepage by KV .mm/kV
8.12 Arc distance .mm
8.13 Material
9 Bushings of 10KV
9.1 Place of manufacture
9.2 Manufacturer
9.3 Type
9.4 Current Rating A
9.5 Rated short time current 1 second KA
9.6 Nominal current peak short KAp
9.7 Test voltage pulse dry KVp
9.8 Test voltage at 60Hz for 1 minute KV
9.9 Test voltage at 60Hz in the rain KV
9.10 Creepage developed .mm
9.11 Creepage by KV .mm/kV
9.12 Arc distance .mm
9.13 Material
10 The primary neutral bushing
10.1 Place of manufacture
10.2 Manufacturer
10.3 Type
10.4 Current Rating A
10.5 Rated short time current 1 second KA
10.6 Nominal current peak short KAp
10.7 Test voltage pulse dry KVp
10.8 Test voltage at 60Hz for 1 minute KV
10.9 Test voltage at 60Hz in the rain KV
10.10 Creepage developed .mm
10.11 Creepage by KV .mm/kV
10.12 Arc distance .mm
10.13 Material
11 Secondary neutral bushing
11.1 Place of manufacture
11.2 Manufacturer
11.3 Type
11.4 Current Rating A
11.5 Rated short time current 1 second KA
11.6 Nominal current peak short KAp
11.7 Test voltage pulse dry KVp
11.8 Test voltage at 60Hz for 1 minute KV
11.9 Test voltage at 60Hz in the rain KV
11.10 Creepage developed .mm
11.11 Creepage by KV .mm/kV
11.12 Arc distance .mm
11.13 Material
12 Accessories
12.1 Connectors for high and low voltage
12.2 Conservative oil tank
12.3 Desiccant Silicagel
12.4 Relay buchholz
12.5 Oil thermometer (digital)
12.6 Oil level indicator (digital)
12.7 Thermal imagen relay (digital)
12.8 Bi directional wheels
12.9 Eyebolts for horizontal shot
12.10 Lifting lugs
12.11 Ground terminals
12.12 Anchoring devices antisismic
12.13 Own protection serial alarm terminal box
12.14 Rating plate
12.15 Board regulation
13 Transformer primary current
13.1 Toroid Current transformer
13.2 Transformation ratio Kg
13.3 Nuclei of protection
13.4 Protection class
13.5 Measuring nuclei
13.6 Measurement class
13.7 Capacity
14 Weights
14.1 Total weight in operation, with oil Kg
14.2 Total weight in of oil Kg
14.3 Core weight and the set of windings
14.4 Weight tank and armor
14.5 Total weight of shipment
15 Dimensions
15.1 Planes of the outer dimensions of the transformer mm
15.2 Maximum diameter to live parts mm
15.3 Total height mm
15.4 Total Width mm
15.5 Larger dimensions of the component for the transport mm
15.6 Height required to take the active part of the tank mm
15.7 Main tank height mm
15.8 Height of radiators mm
15.9 Projected total above ground tank mm
15.10 Total projected radiators on soil mm
Note:
The transformer must be prepared to attach a lightning rod
in the three voltage levels
Applied for Guaranteed
Energypac
Bangladesh
Network Transformer
IEC-76 IEC-76
1500 1500
30 30
0 0
Outside Outside
Phase,Three windings Phase,Three windings
60 60
22.9 22.9
10 10
25 25
5 5
25 25
Ynynd Ynynd
Yn Yn
Yn Yn
d d
60 60
3+1 3+1
3+1 3+1
3 3
Grounded Grounded
Rigidly Rigidly
Rigidly Rigidly
Isolated Isolated
63 63
24 24
10.5 10.5
240.57
1443.41
325 325
325 325
140 140
95 95
95 95
50 50
Technical Data Table Transformer AT 25MVA 60KV
75 75
75 75
28 28
65 65
60 60
30
26
14
By IEC 110
99.900
99.915
99.925
99.912
99.875
99.894
99.906
99.890
IEC 60296 IEC 60296
TRANSOL/SINOPEC
0.89
140
-6
0.03
China/India/USA
Trench equivalent
Condenser
400
35
70
325
140
140
1550
25 25
250
Porcelana Porcelain
China/India/USA
Trench equivalent
Condenser
250
35
70
95
50
50
600
25 25
110
Porcelana Porcelain
China/India/USA
Trench equivalent
Condenser
2000
35
70
75
28
28
300
25 25
90
Porcelana Porcelain
China/India/USA
Trench equivalent
Condenser
400
35
70
325
140
140
1550
25 25
250
Porcelana Porcelain
China/India/USA
Trench equivalent
Condenser
250
35
70
95
50
50
600
25 25
110
Porcelana Porcelain
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
300/1/1/1A 300/1/1/1A
2 2
5p20 5p20
1 1
0.2 0.2
15VA 15VA
60000
17000
22000
21000
45000
6000X4500X5000
6000 approx
5000 approx
4500 approx
6000 apprx
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