Combined Instrument Transformers

Combined Instrument Transformers are special measuring transformers which combine the functions of a current and a voltage transformers.  They are generally used where space is a constraint.  Typical scenarios are when measuring transformers need to be added in a functioning substation.  

Combined instrument Transformers usually have multiple secondaries for both current and voltage measurement.   These specialized transformers have been used upto 300 kV.

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