The CSQ-3 is a microprocessor-based synchronising unit. It can be used in any kind of installation where manual or semi-automatic synchronising is required. Two versions optimised for land or marine applications exist. The unit measures the busbar (UBUSBAR) and generator (UGEN) voltages and frequencies and compares these, plus compares the phase angle relationship.
The rotation of the red LED circle indicates the frequency difference. The faster the rotation, the larger the frequency difference. One rotation per second equals 1 Hz difference. The position of the lit red LED indicates the phase difference between UGEN and UBUSBAR. The circle represents a degree scale from 0-360 degrees with zero degree at the 12 o’clock position. With 36 LEDs the resolution on the reading is 10 degrees.
If the frequency difference between UGEN and UBUSBAR is higher than 3 Hz, the rotation of the LED circle stops. If it stops with a lit red LED at “TOO SLOW”, the frequency of the UGEN is lower than UBUSBAR. If it stops with a lit red LED at “TOO FAST”, the frequency of the UGEN is higher than UBUSBAR.
- Precision LED synchroscope
- High immunity to harmonic distortion
- DIN standard Q96 size
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