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Re: Pole PIg question
Original poster: Zagarus Rashkae <arbitrarily_random-at-yahoo-dot-com>
Dan, somehow I doubt that... It's probably an
indicator light to tell if the PDT is working. At
night I see those little red lights over just about
every pole pig, and the pigs we have around are rather
large (have a 25kVA one across the street and a 50kVA
one just outside.) I don't think that the 8 houses or
so that these piggies feed will be cumulatively using
--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: dhmccauley-at-spacecatlighting-dot-com
> This is an overload light I believe. If the utility
> company sees a pole
> transformer with this light lit, its usually time
> to replace the pole transformer with a larger one.
> > Group:
> > Some pole pigs have a red pilot light on them.
> > Anyone know the significance of this light?
> > Thanks,
> > Dave