Secondary Circuit Analysis
Secondary Circuit Analysis is an electrical calculation that allows designers to perform "what-if" scenarios to determine the type of equipment that will maximize the network's performance. Secondary Circuit Analysis helps designers calculate:
kVA Load: This calculation determines the amount of kVA demand a transformer will have for a given design.
Voltage Flicker: This calculation determines the amount voltage fluctuates briefly when a motor (such as an air conditioner) is started.
Voltage Drop: This calculation determines how much the voltage decreases through the transformer and along the secondary and service lines.
Fault Calculation: This calculation determines the amount of current that flows through a short circuit.
Secondary Circuit Analysis helps ensure the the designer uses the proper equipment to maintain the proper voltage without over-installing and increasing costs.
The Secondary Circuit Analysis window depicts the service points connected to the transformer labeled B/37.5 on the map.