Three-phase electric power conditioner MINISTATIC

three-phase electric power conditioner
three-phase electric power conditioner
three-phase electric power conditioner
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ELECTRONIC LINE CONDITIONERS MINISTATIC MINISTATIC TS SINGLE PHASE FROM 500 VA TO 4 KVA MINISTATIC TST THREE-PHASE FROM 12 TO 24 KVA GENERAL FEATURES TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SUPPRESSOR This device is intended to limit transverse and common mode spikes exceeding the input voltage peak value. Transient voltage protection can also be effective on spikes of atmospheric origin over 6kV. RFI FILTERS They attenuate high frequency transverse and common mode interferences over 300 kHz. ISOLATION TRANSFORMER It is featured by low output impedance, insensitivity to load power factor, high attenuation and functional and dielectric isolation. The F thermal class transformer has a recessed concentric winding configuration to meet the impedance and power factor requirements. The double shielding allows a common mode attenuation higher than 110 dB up to 350 kHz and an insulation degree in compliance with relevant Standards. The creepage and clearance distances exceed 7 mm. The withstanding overvoltage at 50/60 Hz between primary and secondary exceeds 3750V. The isolation at fulmination pulse voltage is 8 kVolt. ELECTRONIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR The electronic voltage regulator stabilises the voltage permitting to attain, under every load condition, ±3% output voltage accuracy with very high efficiency without generating any EMI interference. Its main features are: response time lower than 2 ms/volt, insensitivity to load power factor, reduced dynamic impedance (0,5%), efficiency higher than 99%, “quasi-peak” output voltage sensing circuit which allows “data acquisition” in 10 ms and the compensation of wave form flattening caused by non linear loads,


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