Compact overhead line Lutsk

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Compact overhead line Lutsk
Next to the line standing masts of the earth rope

The Lutsk compact overhead line is a 10 kV high-voltage overhead line in the north of Lutsk in the Ukraine , which is a thermal power station in the city of Lutsk ( 50 ° 46 ′ 30.8 ″  N , 25 ° 22 ′ 27.8 ″  E ) with a transformer station in the Pivnichna district ( 50 ° 46 ′ 28.9 ″  N , 25 ° 23 ′ 6.8 ″  E ).

The two-system cable, which is only 978 meters long, has an unusual structure: The conductor cables of the three-phase systems are designed as six-bundles . This is unusual at this low voltage level. The conductors of a system are isolated from each other in a triangle by insulators in the span and on the masts . This strand is attached to the masts with insulators. This construction allows a narrower route width to be achieved than would be possible with a line of conventional construction.

The line has two earth cables , which are led on separate masts on both sides of the route.

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