high voltage line definition

high voltage line means an electric line or cable of a nominal voltage as may be specified by the Authority from time to time;
high voltage line means any overhead line for the transmission of electric current with a nominal voltage in excess of sixty-nine kilovolts and all supporting structures and accessories necessary for such line.
high voltage line means all aboveground electrical conductors of voltage in excess of 600 volts measured between conductor and ground.

More Definitions of high voltage line

high voltage line means an electrical line of voltage higher than 35kV.
high voltage line means all aboveground electrical conductors of
high voltage line means an elestris line or sable of a nominal voltage as may be spesified by the Authority from time to time;
high voltage line means as electric line or cable of a nominal voltage as may be specified by the Authority from time-to-time;
high voltage line means the an electric line or cable of a nominal voltage higher than 650 volts but does not exceeds 33,000 volts 50 cycles under normal conditions.