Electrical substation videos

Electrical power is amazing and dangerous at high voltages. Electrical substation is a part of an electrical generation, transmission, and distribution system that transform voltage from high to low, or the reverse, or control the flow of electrical power. Substations may be owned and operated by an electrical utility, or may be owned by a large industrial or commercial customer. Generally substations are unattended, relying on SCADA for remote supervision and control. Here is a collection of videos on electrical substations:

 

Electrical Grid 101 : All you need to know !

Power Substation Overview

3D Animation of 33/11KV Substation (Outdoor Section)

Electrical Substation visit. Inside an Electrical Substation.

6 Electrical Substation Bus Schemes Explained

375 MVA Transformer – A quick look and energising

500kV substation equipment – A quick look

Broken Hill Substation

132/33 kv Substation overview

132kV Circuit breaker – A brief overview

ABB 145 KV SF6 circuit breaker

354KV Disconnect Openning

500,000 volt line opened under load

Electrical Substation Tour

How to Install the TripSaver II Recloser

Substations and Switchyards [PREVIEW]

50KVA distribution transformer 20Kv-400V

Isolator vs Circuit Breaker – Difference Between Isolator and Circuit Breaker

A practical working explanation of ISOLATOR-Dissconnector switch for 220kV switchyard

Isolator opening on load. All video

Difference between Circuit breaker and Disconnector/Isolator | Explained | TheElectricalGuy

Operation of Isolator With Earth Switch in Electrical Substation

Electrical Substations

Brazil-Argentina HVDC Interconnection

110 kV transformer switching on line

Sub Station Training

20KV High Voltage Transformer – Jaycobs Ladder demo

151 Comments

  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    HV / LV Cable fault location
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U973NPm2ns

    A compilation video of cables going ‘bang’.

    These arc’s are struck in the course of cable fault location when pinpointing the faults using an acoustic discharge method.

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