can we use existing delta star with neutral grounded,step
down(6.6kV/415V), 3 phase power transformer bi-directionally.
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Answer / santosh kawade
Yes we can use 6.6KV/415V transformer bi-directionally.
if we supply 415V on secondary it will produce 6.6KV on
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Answer / sushant
We can use but, step down by one way and step up by other
We can't use as a step down in both the direction
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