A set of three SUNTEK servomotor stabilizers, for a three-phase network. The total power is 15 kVA (5 kVA per phase).
An original offer for those who want to optimally protect their equipment and at the same time save their finances. Such a kit will allow you to put protection on every important device or you can use it in a three-phase network.
Installing a voltage stabilizer for each phase (in the absence of a three-phase load in a three-phase network) will avoid the situation of voltage loss in all three phases (as opposed to using a three-phase stabilizer).
High stabilization accuracy (in the working range of 3%)
Universal metal case (mounted and floor)
New Holtek Microcontroller
Holds full power from 140 volts
Wide operating range (120-285 volts)
Adds Voltage 25 Volts Per Second
Analysis of the input voltage at any time
Analysis of the boundaries of the working range
Short circuit protection
Overload protection (overheating)
Protection against impulse (lightning) discharges
Effective smoothing of impulse noise in the network
Dimensions of one stabilizer:
Length X Width X Height - 37x26x17 sm
Weight - 15 kg
The connection of SUNTEK single-phase stabilizers to the three-phase network is carried out strictly according to the scheme.
It is important to know when installing SUNTEK single-phase voltage stabilizers in a three-phase network:
It is impossible to connect single-phase voltage stabilizers to a three-phase network if there is a three-phase load powered by 380 volts and there is no protective disconnection device (phase lock device). If three-phase devices will not be connected to the network, then the installation of single-phase stabilizers is quite possible.
When choosing a nominal value, it should be understood that if a three-phase voltage is supplied to you, for example, 15,000 VA, respectively, it is 5000VA for each phase.
The type of stabilizers should be chosen based on the characteristics of the network and your preferences. The electromechanical stabilizers included in the kit perform a smooth voltage adjustment, thereby almost completely eliminating light pulses noticeable to the eye.