Guarding against losses in service cables and connections, Electrical Engineering

Guarding Against Losses in Service Cables and Connections

The service cables to consumer premises are often a source of loss that can be reduced given below. The length of service cables of all consumers taken together can be from 8 to 20 times the length of the LT distribution network.

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