Keeping Amusement Park Rides Rolling
When transient fault-level voltages and short-time, fault-level, charging currents from capacitor operations blew fuses and caused an outage at a nearby amusement park, White River Valley Electric Cooperative stopped the trouble with synchronous, zero-voltage close, capacitor switching technology.
“If large (or) back-to-back capacitor switching will cause problems for your end users, you want to make sure that you minimize the impact. Synchronous, zero-voltage close, capacitor switching technology does a very good job at that.”
Reiny Cash, Chief Engineer, White River Valley Electric Cooperative
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