Find a huge selection of Substation High-voltage Power Signal Tower from China at Xuteng Iron Tower. The substation high-voltage power signal tower can easily cross roads, rivers, and railway lines.
The working principle of the substation high-voltage power signal tower is much more than we imagine.
The tower is used to support cables and transmit high-voltage electricity from power generation sites (such as power stations or wind farms) through energy systems to our homes and businesses.
Electricity is emitted from the power station at low voltage, approximately 10 to 30 kV. Then, it generates up to 400000 volts of high-voltage electricity through the "step-up" transformer in the substation and transmits it to the national grid. Increasing voltage allows for higher efficiency with less energy loss. The 'terminal' tower is located at each end of the route, and tension or angle towers can be readjusted as necessary.
Insulators made of porcelain or tempered glass support overhead high-voltage cables and keep them away from unearthed towers.
The power voltage in the transmission cable (line) is too high to be used for daily electrical appliances, so the "step-down" transformer in the substation is used to reduce the voltage and reduce it to a usable level.
Distribution network operators transmit low-voltage electricity through their own power lines and underground cable networks, providing power to our homes and businesses.