Service voltage definition

Service voltage means the steady state voltage at the point of service.
Service voltage means the voltage at the point where the electrical system of the T&D Utility and electrical system of the Customer are connected.

Examples of Service voltage in a sentence

  • Service voltage available in any given case is dependent upon voltage and capacity of Company lines in vicinity of customer's premises.

  • Service voltage available in any given case is dependent upon voltage and capacity of existing Company lines in vicinity of Customer’s premises.

  • These Service voltages are available in locations that already have this Service voltage and have sufficient capacity, as determined by CPAU, to serve the new Load.

  • Service voltage available in any given case is dependent upon voltage and capacity of Company lines in vicinity of customer’s premises.

  • Service voltage shall be 120 volts, except service voltage may be 277 volts when 120 volt service is not available.

  • Customer that a Service voltage change is necessary, the Customer will be required to provide Service equipment capable of accepting the new voltage and meeting other CPAU requirements.

  • BC Hydro will determine the Service voltage and the number of phases of each Service Connection.

  • Service voltage is defined as the voltage associated with facilities which the Company would normally provide for the service required by the Customer.

  • In this case the Interconnection Party will be expected to match the regional Station Service voltage in use by Xcel Energy.

  • Customers shall ensure that the voltage rating for their equipment matches with the Service voltage supplied by Bluewater Power.

Related to Service voltage

  • low voltage means the set of nominal voltage levels that are used for the distribution of electricity and whose upper limit is generally accepted to be an a.c. voltage of 1000V ( or a d.c. voltage of 1500 V). [SANS 1019]

  • high voltage means the classification of an electric component or circuit, if its working voltage is > 60 V and ≤ 1500 V DC or > 30 V and ≤ 1000 V AC root mean square (rms).

  • medium voltage means the set of nominal voltage levels that lie above low voltage and below high voltage in the range of 1 kV to 44 kV;

  • Service Volume means a measure of Services for which a Performance Target is set;

  • Basic generation service or "BGS" means electric generation

  • High voltage bus means the electrical circuit, including the coupling system for charging the REESS, that operates on a high voltage.

  • voltage means the root-mean-square value of electrical potential between two conductors.

  • Service Switching Point (SSP) is a telephone central office switch equipped with a Signaling System 7 (SS7) interface.

  • Generation Service means the sale of electricity, including ancillary services such as the provision of reserves, to a Customer by a Competitive Supplier.

  • Service Switching Point (SSP means the telephone Central Office Switch equipped with a Signaling System 7 (SS7) interface.

  • Electric generation service means the provision of retail

  • X-ray high-voltage generator means a device which transforms electrical energy from the potential supplied by the x-ray control to the tube operating potential. The device may also include means for transforming alternating current to direct current, filament transformers for the x-ray tube(s), high-voltage switches, electrical protective devices, and other appropriate elements.

  • Working voltage means the highest value of an electrical circuit voltage root-mean-square (rms), specified by the manufacturer, which may occur between any conductive parts in open circuit conditions or under normal operating conditions. If the electrical circuit is divided by galvanic isolation, the working voltage is defined for each divided circuit, respectively.

  • Transportation Service means a service for moving people and goods, such as intercity bus service and passenger rail service.

  • Interconnection Service means the physical and electrical interconnection of the Customer Facility with the Transmission System pursuant to the terms of Tariff, Part IV and Tariff, Part VI and the Interconnection Service Agreement entered into pursuant thereto by Interconnection Customer, the Interconnected Transmission Owner and Transmission Provider. Interconnection Service Agreement:

  • Potential electrical output capacity means, with regard to a unit, 33 per- cent of the maximum design heat input of the unit.

  • Rated Voltage means the manufacturer’s design voltage at which the transmission system is designed to operate or such lower voltage at which the line is charged, for the time being, in consultation with Transmission System Users;

  • Customer-generator means a user of a net metering system.

  • Service Drop means a cable that, by its design, capacity and relationship to other cables of the Company, can be reasonably considered to be for the sole purpose of connecting backbone of the Equipment to not more than one individual customer or building point of presence or property;

  • Service Users has the same meaning as defined in the Service Agreement (Part A) – Standard Terms of Funding.

  • Service User means the person directly receiving the Services provided by the Provider as specified in the Service Specifications and includes their Carer and Legal Guardian where appropriate Service Quality Performance Report means a report as described in Appendix J (Service Quality Performance Report)

  • Generator Maintenance Outage means the scheduled removal from service, in whole or in part, of a generating unit in order to perform necessary repairs on specific components of the facility, if removal of the facility meets the guidelines specified in the PJM Manuals.

  • Switch means a switching device employed by a Carrier within the Public Switched Network. Switch includes but is not limited to End Office Switches, Tandem Switches, Access Tandem Switches, Remote Switching Modules, and Packet Switches. Switches may be employed as a combination of End Office/Tandem Switches. "Switched Access Service" means the offering of transmission and switching services to Interexchange Carriers for the purpose of the origination or termination of telephone toll service. Switched Access Services include: Feature Group A, Feature Group B, Feature Group D, 8XX access, and 900 access and their successors or similar Switched Access Services. "Switched Access Traffic" is traffic that originates at one of the Party's End User Customers and terminates at an IXC Point of Presence, or originates at an IXC Point of Presence and terminates at one of the Party's End User Customers, whether or not the traffic transits the other Party's network.

  • Integrated Digital Loop Carrier means a subscriber loop carrier system that is twenty-four (24) local Loop transmission paths combined into a 1.544 Mbps digital signal which integrates within the switch at a DS1 level.

  • Service/s has the meaning set forth in letter D. of the Preamble.

  • Connectivity means the provision of a Permanent Separated Bicycle Lane system that reflects desired routes between all major origins and destinations in the city.