1,Professional manufacturer/CE Certificate
2,Provide Design & OEM support
3,More than 12 years technical experience for power meter
How can you be Energy efficient?
Most utilities charge for peak electrical demand on each month’s electrical bill. The demand charge is to allow the utilities to recoup part of their capital investment in the distribution network they operate. Each customer pays a demand charge for its peak operating load. Often inherent in the structure of these demand charges is an allowance for some inefficiency but most utilities will offer an incentive to their customers to keep efficiency (measured by power factor) high.
Power factor correction devices improve overall efficiency upstream of the point of connection in the electrical network and can be used to minimize utility kVA demand charges.
|Type||Enclosed automatic capacitor bank|
|Capacitor dielectric||Metalized polypropylene film|
|Internal connection||3 Phase, Delta|
|Tolerance on capacitance||0%/+15%|
|Discharge mechanism||Polycarbonate resistor, one per phase|
|Discharge time||One minute to less than 50 V|
|Expected life*||130,000 hours (nominal voltage and current), 0% THD (V)|
|Rated voltage (Ur)||11kV,22kV,33kV|
|Rated frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Interrupting rating (maximum)||8kA symmetrical at 24/36kV 16kA symmetrical 11/15kV|
|Continuous over-voltage||1.1 x Un|
|Continuous over-current||1.35 x In|
|Maximum recommended harmonic current (Ih)||1.05 x Ih|
|Maximum recommended harmonic voltage (Vh)||1.07 x Vh|
|Ambient temperature range||-10°C to +40°C (+14°F to +104°F)|
|Highest mean over:24 hours||+40°C (+104°F)|
|Highest mean over: one year||+30°C(+86°F)|
|Attitude||≤ 1800 meters (6000 feet) without de-rating|