EAV15107-EN07

VT and CT considerations

Total power (Ptot) is derived from the values of the voltage and current inputs at the secondary side, and takes into account the VT and CT ratios.

The test points are always taken at the secondary side, regardless of whether VTs or CTs are used.

If VTs and CTs are used, you must include their primary and secondary ratings in the equation. For example, in a balanced 3-phase Wye system with VTs and CTs:where Ptot = total power, VTp = VT primary, VTs = VT secondary, CTp = CT primary, CTs = CT secondary and PF = power factor.

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