PHASE SHIFTING TRANSFORMERS

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The bulk transfer of power is mostly a passive affair, where the power flows to the load by the lowest impedance path. To influence this flow, the phase angle of the sending or receiving end must be modified – this may be done by the use of Phase Shifting Transformers. The phase shifting transformer introduces a circulating current into the system which acts to either reduce (when operating in buck mode) or increase (when operating in boost mode) the load current in the line where the phase shifting transformer is located.

  • constant quality because of modular design

  • large reduction of engineering time for standardised transformer designs

  • reduced engineering lead time for even the most complicated transformers

  • The windings are clamped independently from the core, so no stresses are transferred to the core steel material, resulting in improved core losses in service.

  • The coil clamping pressure is maintained by the steel tie-rods connecting the upper and lower steel clamping plates, meaning the winding pressure is maintained for the life of the transformer.

PHASE SHIFTING TRANSFORMERS Specifications:

  • Max. Available Power (kVA)

    1200000
  • Max. High Voltage (V)

    765000
  • Min. Available Power (kVA)

    50