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US-10205318 B2

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Effective Feb. 12, 2019

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Total claims 18

Patent #1


Method And System For Reducing Losses During Electrical Power Distribution

ABSTRACT

Systems and methods which employ a distribution circuit adaptor (DCA) inserted into a branch supply circuit at a (site specific) suitable location between a trunk and the loads that each existing branch feeds.

The systems and methods may identify the optimal location at which to insert one or more DCAs. In some implementations, the all-earthen grounding between the source and the step-down transformers feeding a load site can be replaced.

Such may be achieved by using pairs of existing trunk conductors to complete the return circuit on the primary side of the DCA, and optionally an additional dedicated return conduit to complete the return circuit on the secondary side of the DCA.







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US-US10650954 B2

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Effective May. 12, 2020

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Total claims 28

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DCA for this transformer method applicable for MVROT

Patent #2


Losses Reduction For Electrical Power Distribution

ABSTRACT

A transformer apparatus that may be applied as a distribution circuit adaptor (DCA) inserted into a branch supply circuit to reduce losses in a power distribution network. More particularly, implementations of the present disclosure provide a high-efficiency 2-phase dry type transformer apparatus with a removable core, as well as integrated instrumentation and thermal self-management.







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US-US10763029 B2

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Effective September 01, 2020

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Total claims 11

Patent #3


Losses Reduction For Electrical Power Distribution

ABSTRACT

A method for providing transformer apparatus that may be applied as a distribution circuit adaptor (DCA) inserted into a branch supply circuit to reduce losses in a power distribution network. More particularly, implementations of the present disclosure provide a high-efficiency 2-phase dry type transformer apparatus with a removable core, as well as integrated instrumentation and thermal self-management.