Medium-voltage outdoor systems
Maximum reliability and availability in medium-voltage overhead distribution lines and substations up to 52 kV
Outdoor switching devices are essential components of medium-voltage outdoor distribution grid. Siemens’ comprehensive portfolio of outdoor vacuum switching devices has been especially designed for a wide variety of applications and climatic conditions. Thus, type-tested reliability as well as long electrical life and mechanical robustness minimize operation cost of medium-voltage grids. Outdoor switching devices offer the greatest possible benefit for every application, from the optimization of less developed network environments to the use in future-oriented smart grids.
Medium voltage outdoor systems for distribution grid automation
Power distribution grids in transitionPower distribution grids are becoming more and more complex. This is why Siemens focuses on helping customers improve the reliability and efficiency of their distribution grids. This keeps them a step ahead of their challenges, from the control center via the grid to the consumer. Outdoor switching devices from Siemens work in a particularly reliable and safe manner. Siemens has consistently developed this technology for high reliability and availability – for all climate conditions.
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Ready for future smart grids
Siemens’ outdoor switching devices for medium-voltage power distribution allow you to reliably and efficiently master the challenges of tomorrow’s smart grids. You’ll benefit from tested and certified systems and flexible all-in-one solutions. We will be happy to advise you in all aspects – from the control center via the grid to the consumer. The circuit-breaker research and development center in Berlin, Germany, and the Siemens Centers of Competence worldwide are part of a global R&D network, underscoring the emphasis Siemens places on the reliability of its products. Here, circuit-breaker operators and interrupters are designed, developed, and tested, while design (type) short-circuit tests are performed at independent power test laboratories.