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Instrument Transformersfor revenue metering

(Training for metering school )

By

N.K. BHATICopy Right YMPL 1

Course Introduction Objectives:- what is your expectation? Please spell out.

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Course objectives Understand importance of instrument transformers in revenue metering. Basics of design and construction of Voltage and Current transformers. Issues arising in field and specification consideration . Standards applicable (though as old as 1992) Testing methods.

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Importance Metering system accuracy is governed by instrument transformers, if used in LT CT or HT CT/VT systems.( HT3 or HT 4) All errors add algebraically.Meter errors

CT ERRORS ENERGY METERING System ACCURACY

VT ERRORS

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Current transformers in LT circuits Most common window type ( round or rectangle) Ratios 100/5 or 100/1 to 25000/5 are common

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Importance Meters may be of high accuracy, but are instruments transformers too?,generally not, may be one class lower. Large old installed base, meters have been replaced but CT/PT not changed.

Accuracy of instrument transformers do change due to Aging, Environmental effects like ambient temperature, temperature cycling , humidity etc line transients and surges leading to insulation leakage, shorted turns , fault currents leading to saturation of cores, Connected burden, lead length or drop across leads.Copy Right YMPL 6

Importance Ratio error of 0.5 % and phase error of 30 min contribute 1.2 % error at 0.8 pf. These are allowed errors as per standards for CTs of Cl 0.5 at 100 % current Similarly for VT of Cl 0.5, as per standards, errors allowed are 0.5 % and 20 min phase error, they may contribute about 1 %. Combined effect may be up to 2.2 % At lower loads, say 20 %, CT errors increase by 50 %, ( 1.8%) at 5 % load , increase to 3 times (3.6 %) If CT/VT are class 1, then this may be .?? Double of these figures. Right YMPL Copy7

Importance Higher ratio CTs when used at lower loads, may have large errors as they may operate at lower % load. With static meters burden being low, if higher burden CT/PT are used, their performance at lower burden is questionable, as not even specified by standards. Drop across leads in VTs, depending on burden connected. If a PT or Ct is used for indication only, then ratio errors are important, phase error doesnt matter.Copy Right YMPL 8

Instrument transformers Voltage transformers Current transformers Combined CT/PT units or metering Units

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Instrument transformers A transformer intended to supply input to measuring instruments, meters, relays and other similar apparatus. These provide isolation and a measurable (standardized) signal at safe voltage levels. Safety of persons and equipments which are interfaced

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Voltage Transformers

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Voltage transformer An instrument transformer in which, in normal conditions of use and for an appropriate direction of the connections. Secondary voltage, is substantially proportional to the primary voltage. Differs in phase from it by an angle which is approximately zero

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Electromagnetic voltage transformer A voltage transformer which transforms the primary voltage to the secondary voltage entirely by electromagnetic phenomena.

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Capacitor voltage transformer A voltage transformer comprising a capacitor divider unit and an electromagnetic unit so designed and interconnected that the secondary voltage of the electromagnetic unit is substantially proportional to and in phase with the primary voltage applied to the capacitor divider unit.

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Types of Voltage Transformers Earthed voltage transformer

A single phase voltage transformer which is intended to have one end of its primary winding directly earthed or a three phase voltage transformer which is intended to have the star point of its primary winding directly earthed. Un earthed voltage transformer

A voltage transformer which has all parts of its primary winding, including terminals, insulated from earth to a level corresponding to its insulation level.Copy Right YMPL 16

Definitions Rated Primary Voltage / Secondary Voltages The rms values of the voltage upon which the performance of the voltage transformer is based. Rated Transformation Ratio The ratio of the rated primary voltage to the rated secondary voltage. Normal System Voltage The rms line-to-line voltage by which the system is designated.Copy Right YMPL 17

Errors in VTs, definitionsVoltage error (ratio error) Introduces into the measurement of a voltage and which arises when the actual transformation ratio is not equal to the rated transformation ratio. The voltage error, expressed in percent, is given by the formula :

VOLTAGE ERROR

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kn. Us Up --------------- X 100% Up

Where kn = The rated transformation ratio, Us = The actual secondary voltage, when Up is applied under the conditions of measurement, and Up = The actual primary voltageCopy Right YMPL 18

Errors in VTs, definitionsPhase errors The difference in phase between the primary voltage and the secondary voltage vectors, the direction of the vectors being so chosen that the angle is zero for a perfect transformer. This phase displacement is said to be positive when the secondary voltage vector leads the primary voltage vector and negative when it lags. It is usually expressed in minutes.( definition is strictly correct for sinusoidal voltage only.)Copy Right YMPL 19

Rated insulation levelThat combination of voltage values which characterized the insulation of a transformer with regard to its capability to withstand dielectric stresses . Eg.: 12 / 28 / 75 KVp Copy Right YMPL

Impulse withstand voltage Highest system voltage20

power frequency withstand voltage

Voltage Transformer construction Basic elements of construction of voltage transformer are Magnetic circuit (core) Electrical circuit i.e. Primary and secondary windings Insulation, basic and additional Housing and other mechanical details Terminals and mounting arrangements Earthing facility.

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Voltage Transformer construction Potential transformer consists of two separate windings on a common magnetic steel core. One winding consist of relatively large number of turns of fine wire, called primary winding. The other winding consists of fewer turns of heavier wire and is called secondary winding. The core material used is generally, GOSS. Sec. winding is made of thicker wire, with tight coupling between primary and secondary windings. These help to keep resistances of coils as well as leakage inductance low. Which in turn help to keep errors low. Suitable insulation between primary and secondary and to the body is maintained.Copy Right YMPL 22

Voltage transformer design Working and design principles are similar to conventional power transformers. In ideal transformer, voltage will be in proportional to turns ratio and phase difference will be 180 deg. If suitably connected (secondary reversed) then phase difference is zero. In practical transformer, due to magnetisation current and watt loss due to cores will cause ratio and phase errors. Drop across the primary and secondary windings resistance and leakage inductance also adds to these errors.Copy Right YMPL 23

Voltage transformer design The VT normally works on a constant magnetic flux density. The power rating of a VT is low, thus the load current and excitation currents are of similar order.

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Precautions in using VTs observe correct polarity marking. Never short circuit the secondary terminals of a potential transformer. A secondary short circuit will cause the unit to over heat and fail in a very short period of time. For protection , there may be fuses in Primary or secondary or both. For reasons of tamper, these days fuses are not used.Copy Right YMPL 25

Testing a VT Many methods, like voltmeter, with standard PTs, resistor or capacitor dividers with voltmeters. Comparision Method:: This is a modification of the basic potentiometer method. Instead of reading the primary and secondary voltages, the secondary voltage of a calibrated standard transformer and the transformer undergoing test are compared with each other by nulling method using a bridge , or direct error computation. The comparision method , of course requires the use of a Standard potential transformer with a rating which corresponds to that of each potential transformer involved in calibrating. Copy Right 40 26 Reference temp specified isYMPL deg C

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LIMITS OF VOLTAGE ERRORS AND PHASE DISPLACEMENT AS PER IS 3156 / 1992 & IEC 60044-2 / 1997CLASS PERCENTAGE VOLTAGE (RATIO) ERROR PHASE DISPLACEMENT (MINUTES)

0.1 0.2 0.5 1.0 3.0

+/-0.1% +/- 0.2% +/- 0.5% +/- 1.0% +/- 3.0%Copy Right YMPL

+/- 5 +/- 10 +/- 20 +/- 40 Not specified28

Instruments typical VA burden Volt meters 5 VA Voltage coils of watt meters and power factor meters 5 VA Voltage coils of frequency meters 7.5 VA Voltage coils of kwh, kvar meters 7.5 VA Recording voltmeters 5 VA Voltage coils of recording power factor meters and watt meters 7.5 VA Voltage coils of synchroscope 15 VACopy Right YMPL 29

Current Transformers

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Current transformer

An instrument transformer in which the secondary current, in normal conditions of use is substa