What are the industrial uses of Shanterups power supply?It is pointed out that in the use of electric power in the industrial field, on the one hand, the reliability of power supply is required, on the other hand, power supply equipment is often affected by various factors in operation, which makes it difficult to ensure the quality of power supply effectively. For example, power grid pollution, lightning in nature, large-capacity motor starting, power factor compensation capacitor switching and so on, will directly affect the quality of power supply. To the quality of power supply, cause voltage fluctuation, pulse and even power supply suspension and other doubts. Under this scenario, Shanterups power supply network is widely used in industrial areas because of its advantages of high voltage stabilization accuracy and uninterrupted supply of pure electric energy to the load. It provides a reliable power guarantee for industrial production and management.
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Perhaps the most destructive of all interferences, transient can be divided into two subcategories: impulse and oscillation. Pulse transient is the most common type of surge or spike, involving sudden events of increasing or decreasing voltage and/or current levels, which usually last no more than 50 nanoseconds. It is caused by lightning, bad grounding, inductance load switch, troubleshooting of public facilities and other problems. Pulse transients often cause data damage and physical damage to equipment.
Oscillating transient induced power signals grow and shrink very rapidly alternately, often when a load (such as a motor or capacitor) is suddenly closed. A common problem associated with capacitor switching is the tripping of variable speed drive (ASD).
An interruption is the complete loss of power supply voltage or load current, lasting from 0.5 to 30 cycles (instantaneous), 30 cycles to 2 seconds (short time), 2 seconds to 2 minutes (temporary) or more (continuous). A common example of interruption is when all the electronic equipment and lights in the house go out in a short time. Although power outages at home can be inconvenient, similar power losses in business situations can be costly because data can be damaged or completely lost during interruptions.
3. Voltage sag or undervoltage
Generally, it is caused by the system fault or the switching of the load with large starting current. Voltage sag refers to the reduction of AC voltage at a given frequency, lasting from 0.5 cycles to one minute. Consider the drop in water pressure when multiple taps in a single household are turned on. Over time, a sudden drop may cause serious damage to the equipment.
Often referred to as "step-down" (although not quite correct), undervoltage is the result of long-term power consistency problems that may cause voltage sags in the short term. Undervoltage can lead to failure of non-linear loads, such as computer power supply.
4. Sudden rise or overpressure
The reverse side of voltage sag is voltage sag, which is caused by the rise of AC voltage and lasts from 0.5 cycles to 1 minute. Common sources include high impedance neutral connections, sudden reduction of high power loads or single-phase faults in three-phase systems. Like voltage sags, the destructive effects of voltage sags - degradation of electrical contacts and semiconductor damage - are often overlooked for a long time. However, the direct and more significant result is the flashing of lights and data errors.
Similar to undervoltage, overvoltage is the result of a long-term problem that causes temporary voltage surges. High current consumption can be produced under overvoltage conditions, which leads to overheating of equipment and stress.
5. Waveform distortion
Waveform distortion is any change in power quality that affects voltage or current waveforms. There are five main types of waveform distortion: DC offset, harmonic distortion, interharmonic, waveform sag and noise. To varying degrees, they can cause damage or damage to IT equipment.
6. Voltage fluctuation
Voltage fluctuation is a series of small, random varying voltages caused by any load with significant current changes. A common phenomenon is the flashing of incandescent lamps.