Power factor correction

Power factor correction

The power factor correction increase the system capacity and reduce utility charges with important benefits

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  • B25 series automatic...

    Power factor correction in presence of harmonics

    In recent years, Power Factor Correction has evolved greatly due to the presence of generated harmonics by the loads. 

    These loads produce harmonic currents and voltage which distorts the network waveforms. The main sources of harmonics are generated by AC/DC static converters and UPS systems. For these reasons it is essential that any installation of Power Factor Correction equipment must be carefully evaluated. 

    The possible presence of harmonic currents in the network could create conditions of parallel resonance between the inductance of the network and the capacitors, generating overcurrents and overvoltages, which would cause premature failure of the power factor correction capacitors. The ideal power factor correction solution for any system must be determined by examination of the system parameters and harmonic spectrum.  

  • B35 series automatic...

    Power factor correction in presence of harmonics

    In recent years, Power Factor Correction has evolved greatly due to the presence of generated harmonics by the loads. 

    These loads produce harmonic currents and voltage which distorts the network waveforms. The main sources of harmonics are generated by AC/DC static converters and UPS systems. For these reasons it is essential that any installation of Power Factor Correction equipment must be carefully evaluated. 

    The possible presence of harmonic currents in the network could create conditions of parallel resonance between the inductance of the network and the capacitors, generating overcurrents and overvoltages, which would cause premature failure of the power factor correction capacitors. The ideal power factor correction solution for any system must be determined by examination of the system parameters and harmonic spectrum.  

  • B50 series automatic...

    Power factor correction in presence of harmonics

    In recent years, Power Factor Correction has evolved greatly due to the presence of generated harmonics by the loads. 

    These loads produce harmonic currents and voltage which distorts the network waveforms. The main sources of harmonics are generated by AC/DC static converters and UPS systems. For these reasons it is essential that any installation of Power Factor Correction equipment must be carefully evaluated. 

    The possible presence of harmonic currents in the network could create conditions of parallel resonance between the inductance of the network and the capacitors, generating overcurrents and overvoltages, which would cause premature failure of the power factor correction capacitors. The ideal power factor correction solution for any system must be determined by examination of the system parameters and harmonic spectrum.  

  • AR180 series automatic...

    Power factor correction in presence of harmonics

    In recent years, Power Factor Correction has evolved greatly due to the presence of generated harmonics by the loads. 

    These loads produce harmonic currents and voltage which distorts the network waveforms. The main sources of harmonics are generated by AC/DC static converters and UPS systems. For these reasons it is essential that any installation of Power Factor Correction equipment must be carefully evaluated. 

    The possible presence of harmonic currents in the network could create conditions of parallel resonance between the inductance of the network and the capacitors, generating overcurrents and overvoltages, which would cause premature failure of the power factor correction capacitors. The ideal power factor correction solution for any system must be determined by examination of the system parameters and harmonic spectrum.  

  • AR140 series automatic...

    Power factor correction in presence of harmonics

    In recent years, Power Factor Correction has evolved greatly due to the presence of generated harmonics by the loads. 

    These loads produce harmonic currents and voltage which distorts the network waveforms. The main sources of harmonics are generated by AC/DC static converters and UPS systems. For these reasons it is essential that any installation of Power Factor Correction equipment must be carefully evaluated. 

    The possible presence of harmonic currents in the network could create conditions of parallel resonance between the inductance of the network and the capacitors, generating overcurrents and overvoltages, which would cause premature failure of the power factor correction capacitors. The ideal power factor correction solution for any system must be determined by examination of the system parameters and harmonic spectrum.  

  • QSRB25 series fixed...

    Capacitor bank without regulation known as fixed compensation

    Used when reactive power to compensate is constant and when the load is working 24h / 24h.

    Used when reactive power is to compensate for low power. Also standardized by the coefficient QC (Compensation to install in KVAR) / SN (Transformer power in KVA) is generally <15%. This threshold of 15% is indicative and we recommend it to avoid to overcompensate the charge power vacuum.

    Used to directly compensate the asynchronous motor, load losses of the line head transformer.

  • QSRB35 series fixed...

    Capacitor bank without regulation known as fixed compensation

    Used when reactive power to compensate is constant and when the load is working 24h / 24h.

    Used when reactive power is to compensate for low power. Also standardized by the coefficient QC (Compensation to install in KVAR) / SN (Transformer power in KVA) is generally <15%. This threshold of 15% is indicative and we recommend it to avoid to overcompensate the charge power vacuum.

    Used to directly compensate the asynchronous motor, load losses of the line head transformer.

  • AST series static capacitor...

    Static power factor correction capacitor

    The reactive power regulator has a switching time of the banks extremely quicker than the standard regulator. The device for switching the capacitors banks is electronic, controlled by thyristors, with the capability of switching the capacitors at zero crossing. Maximum speed in switching the capacitors banks (the total power is switched in less than one second). No current peak on the capacitors at the time of switching of the banks. No voltage peak on the capacitors at the time of switching off the banks. Elimination of  deterioration of the contacts of the standard contactors

  • FAFW34030 series Modular...

    Harmonic current generator

    The Aunilec APF behaves like an harmonics current generator. It will measure the harmonic generated from the non-linear loads and cancel these harmonics with an opposite phase at the same amplitude.

    Power factor correction

    The Aunilec APF not only compensate harmonic current but also the reactive power. It is able to correct for either a leading or lagging power factor.

    LCD display

    The user friendly LCD display offers access to all parameters, waveforms, harmonic spectrum system power quality, settings, status and alarms, events log and multi-language.

  • FAFW series unitary active...

    Active filtering and power quality

    FAFW is the new generation of active harmonic filters. It reliably mitigates harmonics and compensates voltage dips as well as reactive power. The FAFW analizes network disturbances and provides an opposing compensation current. In doing so, FAFW actively adapts to fluctuations and responds in less than half a millisecond. Its compact dimensions, simple installation, and digital intelligence allow for a quick and straight forward integration in the most diverse applications.

    These products allows to reinject a current corresponding to the total harmonic component (the first order). By this way, the network is traversed by a current equal to the single fundamental component.