Bushing Current Transformers for 23kV C-GIS
About the Product
Widely used by public utilities and private sectors, these epoxy-cast multi-ratio bushing current transformers (BCTs, or bushing CTs) are typically installed in 23 kV C-GIS (cubicle-type gas-insulated switchgear) for use with measuring or monitoring instruments, or protective relays. Insulated with Araldite® epoxy resin, these products are characterized by superior moisture resistance, excellent electrical performance, and high mechanical properties.
- Standards: IEC or IEEE
- Indoor application
- Cast in Araldite® epoxy resin
- Multi-Ratio Bushing CTs (BCTs) / Window-type current transformers
- Designed for 23 kV C-GIS
- Insulation Level: 0.72 kV
- Frequency: 50 or 60 Hz
- AC/BIL: 4/10 kV
- Other standards and specifications available upon request
* Current ratios according to IEEE C57.13
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How to select, based on application and power system attributes, the primary and secondary currents, burden, accuracy, rated frequency, type (indoor vs. outdoor), insulation material, etc.