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Modeling Capacitive Low-Power Voltage Transformer Behavior over Temperature and Frequency
The use of capacitive dividers (CDs) in medium-voltage (MV) networks started as simple voltage detectors and as rough voltage measurement instruments for protective purposes. Now, with the spread of intelligent electronic devices and renewable energy sources at the distribution level, capacitive dividers are designed and installed to perform accurate voltage measurements. Such a requirement is mandatory when the power quality has to be assessed. Therefore, CDs are currently being used eitherdoi:10.3390/s21051719 pmid:33801355 fatcat:fjcyovv5ijh6tctxyxrcjhgoye