What Is the Function of a Switchgear?


A switchgear has the main function of protecting a circuit. This also provides the isolation of circuits from power supplies thus protecting the people working to maintain it and enhancement of the system availability by allowing more than one electric current source to flow through a load.
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A combination of disconnect switches and breakers used to isolate equipment in substations. Switchgear refers to electrical equipment that regulates the flow of electricity within
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Switchgears are a combination of circuits and breakers or switches that isolate different pieces of equipment. The switchgear protects the devices on their own circuits.
Switchgear's function is to de energize electrical equipment so the equipment will be safe to repair or be worked on. It is used in isolating the equipment that has electric current in it.
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