The increase of voltage sensitive equipment has determined a continuous request for means able to
guarantee the supply of a steady voltage independently from variations in the network.
The voltage stablizers has proved to be an efficient answer in order to prevent from potential damages due to input voltage fluctuation.
Our voltage regulators covers an extensive range of standard type:
Single phase electrodynamic line from 0.3 kVA to 150 kVA
Three phase electrodynamic line from 2 kVA to 5000 kVA
Single phase static line from 0.5 kVA to 10 kVA
Three phase static line from 3 kVA to 1000 kVA
Given the diversified rang of applications; we have several types of low voltage transformers. Our single-phase, three-phase and single/three phase transformers can be used to:
Supply industrial plants
Isolate the load from the mains
Be included in UPS systems
Be included in rectifying circuits
Supply non-linear loads
Isolation transformers are very common in low voltage distribution. They are used when the galvanic separation between primary and secondary winding (i.e between input and output line) is required.
Transformers for UPS systems:
The transformers used for UPS systems are provided with a short circuit voltage that can vary from 6to 50% of the rated input voltage. Such high level of short circuit voltage can be obtained either by increasing the air clearance between primary and secondary winding (Flux leakage transformers) or by assembling an additional magnetic core called integrated reactance between the windings (integrated transformer). The range of UPS where these transformers can be used includes internationally standardized rating varying from 100kVA to 1000kVA.