Fault Current Limiting Technology & Applications
Learn about how Superconducting Fault Current Limiters are delivered and what they look like in a substation
Rising fault level, due to generator connection, transformer upgrade, rising upstream fault level or network interconnection, can mean that switchgear and other plant needs replacing with higher rated equipment. A fault current limiter can provide a rapidly deployed and cost-effective solution to this. This webinar will describe the applications, deployment, functionality, monitoring, as well as control and performance of this product.
Key learning outcomes from the webinar:
- Discover why you need a Superconducting Fault Current Limiter (SFCL)
- Learn about how SFCLs are delivered and what they look like in a substation
- Hear about a specific fault current limiting technology which has already been trialled in a UK network for 3 years, limiting at least 9 faults