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Public-images-osm logo.svg power = tower
Power-tower-ref-uk.jpg
Описание
Для обозначения вышек и опор проводов высокого напряжения. Они обычно создаются из переплетённых металлических профилей.
Назначается на следующие элементы
точки можно отмечать этим тегомлинии не принято отмечать этим тегомполигоны не принято отмечать этим тегомuse on relations unspecified
Уточняющие теги
Статус: Не указан

Для обозначения вышек и опор проводов высокого напряжения. Они обычно создаются из переплетённых металлических профилей.
Этот тег не должен использоваться для обозначения деревянных столбов, на которых одновременно могут находиться и телефонные и электрические кабели.

Как наносить на карту

Добавьте точку в центре башни и назначте на неё тег power=tower.
Можно также добавить тег ref=*, если башня имеет номер.

Подробное описание башен

Вы можете добавить дополнительную информацию о башне, используя следующую схему разметки.

Ключ Значение Описание
structure lattice,
tubular,
solid
Этот тег описывает тип конструкции башни. Значение по умолчанию lattice.
material steel,
wood,
concrete,
...
Материал опор. Значение по умолчанию сталь.
height * Высота башни (в метрах), если она известна.
colour * Цвет(а) башни, например, colour=red/white для башни окрашенной в красный и белый цвет для улучшения видимости воздушными судами.
Изображение Ключ Значение Описание
design * Базовая конструкция башни. Основными параметрами являются количество и позиции траверсы (горизонтальные балки к которым прикрепляются изоляторы). Поддержка для грозозащитных тросов не должна рассматриваться. См. примеры и предлагаемые значения ниже.
Einebenenmast (110 kV)
design one-level A tower having cross-arms at a single level only.
150 kV tower (Netherlands)
design two-level A tower having cross-arms at two levels.
400 kV tower (Denmark)
design donau A common sub-type of the two-level tower. It is characterized by having one conductor on each side at the upper level and two conductors at each side on the lower level. The "Donaumast" is widely used in central Europe.
Pgetower.jpg
design three-level A tower having cross-arms at three levels.
Power lines with fog, Milan.jpg
design barrel A common sub-type of the three-level tower. It is characterized by the middle level cross-arms being longer than the upper and lower cross-arms giving the conductor arrangement a barrel-like shape.
60 kV tower (Denmark)
design asymmetric A two- or three-level single circuit tower carrying two conductors at one side and the third conductor at the other side.
Tannenbaummast.jpg
design donau;one-level A three-level combination tower effectively being a Donau tower having an additional lower level, often used for circuits of a lower voltage than those at the upper levels. This tag better describes the design than just using "three-level". Similar tag values may be used for other designs having an additional lower level.
Pylon Shenzhen.jpg
design four-level,
five-level,
six-level,
...
A tower having cross-arms at four or more levels. These tall towers may carry four or more circuits.
150 kv tower (Denmark)
design delta,
delta_one-level
A tower having a V-shaped top with a cross-beam. All conductors are attached to the common cross-beam. It is mostly used for a single circuit.
150 kV tower (Netherlands)
design delta_two-level Delta tower having two cross-beams. Suitable for three circuits.
400 kV tower (Denmark)
design y-type Similar to delta tower but the middle conductor is not mounted on a cross-beam.
60 kV wooden tower (Denmark)
design h-frame A tower type having two (or more) separate pylons connected by a cross-beam. The portal tower is mostly used for a single circuit. Often used as termination tower.
Powertower-wide01.png
design portal_two-level,
portal_three-level
Two and three level versions of the portal tower.
735 kV tower (Quebec)
design guyed-v A guyed tower type that is mainly used for ultra-high voltage lines e.g. in North America.
380 kV Wintrack tower
design bipole A pair of closely spaced but non-touching pylons where the conductors are mounted between the pylons. There are no cross-arms. Known as 'Wintrack' in the Netherlands. The bipole should be mapped as a single tower.
400 kV anchor towers (Denmark)
design monopolar A tower carrying just one conductor. Mostly used as an anchor tower at very high voltage.
design:name * When the tower design has been given a specific name by its designer it can be indicated by this tag, e.g. Wintrack (The Netherlands), Eagle (Denmark).
150 kV tower (Denmark)
design:incomplete yes An incomplete tower carries less conductors than the design is capable of. Sometimes the unused cross-arms are omitted (but can be retrofitted if an extra circuit is to be mounted)
Изображение Ключ Значение Описание
tower:type * The functional type or role of the transmission tower, e.g. anchor tower. Please note that the tower:type=* tag has other meanings when used in combination with man_made=tower.
Elbekreuzung 2 traversen crop.jpg
tower:type suspension A tower which supports the conductors vertically using suspension insulators. This is the default type and need not be tagged. However it may be useful to tag a suspension tower if it is used as an angle tower (an anchor tower would normally be expected here)
FLMast-TK.jpg
tower:type anchor A tower where conductor sections terminate at strain insulators, normally built stronger than normal suspension towers. Used e.g. when the line changes direction.
Sindelfingen Gesockelter Mast 2007 by-RaBoe 03.jpg
tower:type termination A tower with strain insulators used at the end of a line, e.g. before a substation or at the transition to an underground cable (combine with tower=air_to_ground). Can resist the full single-sided tension of the conductors.
Branch tower
tower:type branch A line branch starts at this tower. If the branch line is a cable then add tower=air_to_ground.
Verdrillmast Oberwoehr
tower:type transposing A tower in which the conductors exchange positions in order to balance the capacitance and impedance of the conductors.
Bosphorus Crossing
tower:type crossing A special tower used at river crossings etc where a very long span is required. These towers may be very tall and are therefore significant landmarks.

Пример

Описание/Фотография Теги Mapnik Osmarender
Электрическая опора с идентификационной табличкой
Power-tower-ref-uk.jpg
power=tower
ref=PXA 5
Mapnik-power.png Osmarender power.png
Elbekreuzung 2
power=tower
design=barrel
tower:type=crossing
height=227
colour=red/white

Для ознакомления, смотрите Электрические линии в Бремене.

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