Feeder Pillar

What is the purpose of a feeder pillar?

The feeder pillar’s job is to receive a source of electrical energy from a transformer and distribute it to a number of outgoing circuits via fuseways, providing each with a method of protection and control. In essence, they are a very simple type of LV switchboard.

The low voltage feeder pillar is made up of the following parts:Feeder Pillar Enclosure

  • Busbars
  • Current transformer
  • Instrumental panel
  • Incoming Units
  • Outgoing Units

What exactly is an LT feeder pillar?

Image of a lt feeder pillar panel………………..

LT 8 Way Feeder Pillar With 600-800-1000A ACB

 A feeder pillar is a central circuit that manages and monitors the supply of electricity in numerous households and workplaces around the region.

What is the difference between a feeder pillar and an LT panel?

A feeder panel is an electrical enclosure installed near the street that serves as a switching and protection device for the power supply in your region. Feeder Panels are made up of bus-bars, fuses (mostly HRC fuses are used in INDIA), an incoming unit, and an exiting unit.

The Low Tension (LT) Panel is a distribution panel that accepts electricity from the transformer and distributes it to various sections of your plant. Power control cubical panels, power distribution panels, motor control cubical panels, automated power factor correction panels, auto mains failure panels, synchronisation panels, and automation panels are examples of LT panels

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