Tag:switch=disconnector

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Public-images-osm logo.svg switch = disconnector
Power 63kV outdoor busbar switches.jpg
Description
A disconnector is capable to open circuits when a negligible current have to be broken. It provides a sufficient protection to high voltages when open but mustn't be operated when the power circuit is loaded.
Group: Power
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
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Status: approvedPage for proposal

A disconnector (441-14-05) is a kind of power=switch capable to open circuits when a negligible current have to be broken. It provides a sufficient protection to high voltages when open but mustn't be operated when the power circuit is loaded. Such a disconnector can often be found in power=substations due to its needs of an off loaded circuit to be operated.

How to map

Mapping guidelines don't divert from power=switch. Go there for more information.

Examples

Photo Aerial view Tagging Note
225kV SF6 insulated busbar switches in Paris surburbs
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Depending on aerial imagery quality, use 1 (cables=3) or 3 nodes (cables=1 on each) with following tags power=switch
switch=disconnector
operator=RTE
location=outdoor
gas_insulated=yes

225kV busbar switches connecting a power line (coming from the right) to substation busbars (on top).

Mechanically, all 3 switches are linked and can't be operated independently. Mapping with a single node and cables=3 is recommanded

63kV outdoor busbar switches in French Aussois substation
-- As distances aren't so big below 100kV, only one Node for 3-phases switches with following tags:

power=switch
switch=disconnector
operator=RTE
location=outdoor
cables=3

63kV busbar switches connecting a power line (going from left to right) to substation busbars (on top).

Mechanically, all 3 switches are linked and can't be operated independently. Mapping with a single node and cables=3 is recommanded

225kV outdoor disconnector switches connecting bays to busbars in Poteau Rouge French substation
Busbars disconnector switches link bays to busbars

Way 24020441

power=switch
switch=disconnector
operator=RTE
location=outdoor
cables=1

225kV disconnector switches connecting both the same power line (going from left to right) to two different substation busbars (on top). Mapping each of them with Node is mandatory

See also