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|power = portal|
|A supporting structure for power lines, composed of vertical legs with cables between them attached to a horizontal crossarm.|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: de facto|
|Tools for this tag|
A portal is a support composed of 2 or more vertical legs linked by horizontal crossarm supporting the power cables (electrical wires).
Cables are supported inside the legs. If some cables are outside them, it's a h-frame tower and power=tower + design=h-frame should be used.
Several keys can be used to describe a power portal with details. Please use the following:
|power||portal||It's a power portal||Mandatory|
|ref||Portal reference||Power portal reference as seen in situation||Optional|
|height||height||The height of the portal from the ground||Optional|
|operator||operator||The power portal operator's name.||Recommended|
|structure||lattice, tubular or solid||The structure pattern of the portal||Optional|
|design||portal design||The generic design name of the portal without any designer internal reference||Optional|
|design:ref||portal design reference||The design reference of the portal. Most of the time operator's internal references. See F44 for example in France.||Optional|
|material||material||The material which the portal is made of.||Optional|
|colour||portal colour||The colours of the portal, separated with a ; .||Optional|
Mapping as a
Portals can be supported by more than 2 legs. It is possible to map them as when necessarily and relevant.
Here are two examples of the same situation to show how the two way of mapping work.
|Case in picture||Location||Comments||Tags|
|France||A power portal in an outside power substation and carrying a 225 kV bay line. Mapped as a|
|A power portal in an outside power substation and carrying a 225 kV bay line. Mapped as a and using power=insulator to link the power line to it.||
For the portal: