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Are high voltage tests on current power transformers recommended and if not why?

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Hi-pot and megger tests are common to check the insulation on transformers, motors, refrigeration compressors, etc. They help check the condition of equipment to avoid a future falure. High votage test are conducted in current transformers by shorting the seconday and earth,can apply 3 times the rated voltage
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