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Analog Panel Power factor meter

The power factor is indirectly determined by measuring the phase angle between current and voltage (both sinusoidal) . suitable for power factor changes. The meter in sizes 72, 96 and 144 have been produced in the form of polycarbonate .

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Panel Power factor meter

LFL Analog 240° Panel Power factor meter is indirectly determined by measuring the phase angle between current and voltage (both sinusoidal) . suitable for power factor changes. The meter in sizes 72, 96 and 144 have been produced in the form of polycarbonate .

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Digital Panel Meters

Digital Panel Meter are using to read measured values of DC and AC parameters of current, voltage, frequency, Watt, Var,power factor and temperature. The meters are displaying values on Seven segments .

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Power factor Transducer

Ziegler C11 measures the phase angle between current & voltage of a single or three phase balanced network having sine wave form. The output signal is in the form of load independent DC current or voltage which is proportional to phase angle between current and voltage.

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Three phase line reactor

AC line reactors are added to the input of the drive and placed in series with the incoming line. They help to mitigate harmonics and because they are between the line and the drive, they are able to act as a buffer for surges and other transients. The intended purpose of a line reactor is not to offer high levels of surge protection and, if greater protection is desired, a dedicated protective device is a much better solution.

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Active Filter

ECOsine harmonic Active filter represents an economical solution to the challenge of load-applied harmonics mitigation in three-phase power systems.The active filter instantly adapts to all changes in the load and the systems harmonic content spectrum, in order to be able to optimally respond at any time.

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Three Phase Harmonic Filter

ECOsine three phase harmonic filters represent an economical solution to the challenge of load-applied harmonics mitigation in three-phase power systems.The active filter instantly adapts to all changes in the load and the systems harmonic content spectrum, in order to be able to optimally respond at any time.

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Harmonic Elimination Filter

ECOsine harmonic filters represent an economical solution to the challenge of load-applied harmonics mitigation in three-phase power systems.The active filter instantly adapts to all changes in the load and the systems harmonic content spectrum, in order to be able to optimally respond at any time.

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Harmonic Active Filter

ECOsine harmonic filters represent an economical solution to the challenge of load-applied harmonics mitigation in three-phase power systems.The active filter instantly adapts to all changes in the load and the systems harmonic content spectrum, in order to be able to optimally respond at any time.

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Passive Filter

FN 3416 (50 Hz) models of the ECOsine product family represent the very compact “economy line” with a THID performance of ≤10 % (with Ldc). They are ideal for non-linear three-phase equipment with B6 rectifier front-end that do not require the industry leading <5 % THID performance provided by Schaffner ECOsine.

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Harmonic Filter

FN 3416 (50 Hz) models of the ECOsine product family represent the very compact “economy line” with a THID performance of ≤7 % (with Ldc).

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Three Phase Passive Filter

FN 3418 (50 Hz) models of the ECOsine product family represent the very compact “economy line” with a THID performance of ≤10 % (with Ldc). They are ideal for non-linear three-phase equipment with B6 rectifier front-end that do not require the industry leading <5 % THID performance provided by Schaffner ECOsine.

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