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Brushless exciter system PRISMIC® A3100

brushless exciter system
brushless exciter system
brushless exciter system
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The A3100 includes two fully featured independent controllers and two independent power circuits within a single 6U 19 inch enclosure, all available as removable cards (single channel option available). Introduction The BRUSH PRISMIC® A3100 excitation controller or automatic voltage regulator (AVR) incorporates all the features required for control of a brushless generator. Each controller channel acts as a hot standby for the other and each channel is independently controlled with automatic tracking included to enable smooth transfer from one controller to the other. The non-operating channel control and power cards can be extracted without powering down the AVR or excitation so maintaining power generation whilst exchanging the cards. Key Features • High integrity dual redundant excitation system in a single 19 inch enclosure • Hot swappable control and power channel • Built in power system stabiliser (optional feature) • Automatic synchroniser (optional) • SCADA/DCS communications using Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP or Ethernet Global Data (EGD) or RS232/RS485 Modbus RTU protocol • Conforms to CE directives • cCSAus approved • Compatible connections with earlier BRUSH products for easy upgrades – an ideal upgrade for the MAVR, MicroAVR or A30 • Automatic tracking between channels in all modes • Negative forcing of exciter field voltage • Including PC Human Machine Interface (HMI) software for advanced maintenance diagnostics and downloading of data • Digital (discrete) outputs for remote status indication • Analog input signal for special applications

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