The power cooling process is carried out underground. From there, it comes over from a transformer, the transformers spread over, exceeding the commercial regions.
The voltage is between 14,000 and 17,000 volts inside the transformer, and 600 voltages from.
The transformer was underground and can be found from the ground into the commercial structure. Perhaps you’re wondering how it will fit into the four-way conduit plastic and then connect to the disconnect.
If this is the case then the disconnect is supplying the voltage required. Then, it is routed to the CT cabinet. It must be measured as it has a higher frequency.
The power will then be transferred to the transformer after it travels all the way up to the panel. And inside the panel are breakers. From these breakers feeding the transformer. After that, the transformer will accept 600 volts in the panel, and reduce it to the regular standard voltage.
Also, there is a black cable from there, going around an electrical panel. The electrical panel is in the area where you’ll find your electricity for lighting and outlets, along with other electrical equipment within the structure.