for reactive power based on the
variations in load conditions to maintain
the target power factor. In APFC switching
the capacitor is significant as it helps to
retain the power factor, the switching is
controlled by a Power Factor Controller device
that uses the CT feedback to determine the kvar
required at any instant.
on the network characteristics such as Active, reactive
power, Voltage, power factor for the user to understand.
- Analytical Instruments
- Biomedical Equipment
- CNC Machines
- Textile Machinery
- Telecommunication Equipment
- Scientific Equipment
- Remote Control Equipment
- Printing Machinery
- Large Computer Installations
- Garment Equipment
- More Efficient
- Better Heat Transfer
- Lower Temperature Rise
- Lower Weight
- Better Surge with Standing Capacity
- Better Suited for Harmonics
- No Hot-spots
A double wound transformer with multiple shielding for Capacitive or Faradic Isolation (reduction of capacitive coupling). This transformer has very high attenuation of common mode transients thus preventing passage of voltage transients, spikes and galvanic leakage in the common mode from reaching sensitive electronic equipment like computers, medical equipment and CNC machines. It also addresses problems related to poor input neutral. The Ultra Isolation transformer can be designed to provide output voltages to suit machine requirement.
- Low inter-winding capacitance
- Good DC galvanic isolation
- High attenuation -100 dB in common mode up to 10 kHz
- Optimum transformer design ensures good load regulation
A double wound transformer with KRYKARD Advantage, which provides galvanic isolation and hence addresses problems related to input neutral. The galvanic isolation transformer can be designed to provide output voltages to suit different machine requirements.
A single wound transformer with KRYKARD Advantage, designed to change the output voltage (step-up or step-down without isolation) to suit different machine requirements.