From the poles, you can go along the conduit until you get to the ground.
It is then rerouted through the transformer from the underground wires, while the electrical wires are going to be laid out underground, and eventually into the commercial building. In the interior of the building, underground wires that are underground are put into a conduit of plastic, and eventually into the disconnect of this commercial structure.
From the disconnect, in this instance, 600 volts, 3 phase 400 amps disconnect. The electrical wires pass into the CT cabinet, starting from the disconnect – an integral part of an electrical metering system. Commercial properties are subject to high amperages and voltages. An CT cabinet is needed due to the fact that it needs to be metering.
In the CT Cabinet, it then traverses the electrical panel wherein it draws all power produced by the transformer that is located at the power poles. It is then connected to a different transformer that is connected to the electrical panel. This can supply all the voltage to the commercial property.