Operating Principle of the AVRs

PROCESSO DE REGULAÇÃO:


The mains power supplied by utilities in general have variations in its voltage. The same is sensed digitally processed in the control module which, in turn, commands the power module - thyristor-electronic switches that act on the static compensator module-transformer-correcting these fluctuations to provide a stable voltage to the load that will be connected to the stabilizer.

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Standard AVRs models from 10 up to 150kVAInternal view of the standart mounted modelsStock of new AVRs
Internal view of à 3 phases 150kVA AVRInternal view of a 3 phases 50kVA AVRInternal view of a 1 phase AVR
Front view of a 3 phases 150kVALeft side view of a 3 phases 150kVA AVRRight side view of a 3 phases 150kVA AVR
Up view of a 3 phases 150kVA AVRStandard AVR for 3Ø from 75 up to 150kVA (127cm X 43cm X 68cm)Standard AVR for 3Ø from 10 up to 60kVA (74cm X 43cm X 768cm)
Standard AVR for 1Ø from 5 up to 15kVA (58cm X 31cm X 41cm)Back view of 1 phase AVR from 3 up to 15kVAFrontal view of the control and command panel
3 phases Isolation TransformerSuply ModuleSensoring module - isolated transformers
Internal view of the power module with tiristors - SCR Power Block for AVRs from 75 up to 300kVAControl and power module with tiristors - SCR Power Block for AVRs from 75 up to 300kVAControl and power module with tiristors - SCR for AVRs from 3 up to 60kVA
Interface module, by-pass and manual protectionExemple of a client installed AVRsAVR for more then 250kVA (160cm X 80cm X 80cm)
AVR for more then 250kVA (160cm X 80cm X 80cm)new model Z18 - from 1 up to 5kVA 1Ø