Points of verification, Electrical Engineering

Points of Verification of Connection

i) Phase association

ii) CT polarity

iii) VT polarity

iv) Phase angles

v)  Phase sequence

vi) System conditions - unbalanced capacitors

vii) Actual CT / VT ratio

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