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Industrial Power Purifier (500VA - 25kVA)



Description
The Industrial Power Purifier (Series 800PI / 800P2 / 800P3) is a self-regulating, constant voltage transformer which provides isolation and protects against fluctuating voltages, brownouts, line noise, and short-duration power outages. The Industrial Power Purifier's power conditioning properties enable it to attenuate voltage spikes and reduce harmonic input current to less than 9% THD. This product is ideal for any electrical environment, but is especially valuable in industrial applications where high-power equipment can interfere with vulnerable electronic controls. The Industrial Power Purifier delivers isolated, regulated, transient-free, and noise-free sinewave power; thus enhancing the industrial equipment's reliability. It is available in NEMA1, NEMA2, and NEMA 3R enclosures.

Single Phase Sizes: 500VA, 750VA, 1kVA, 1.5kVA, 2.0kVA, 2.5kVA, 3.0kVA, 5.0kVA, 8.0kVA, 10kVA, 15kVA, 20kVA, 25kVA



Features & Benefits
Technical Specs
Applications
FAQ



General Specifications


Guide Specifications


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Features & Benefits

  • State-of-the-art constant voltage transformer protects sensitive electronic equipment from all power line disturbances, line noise, and transients.
  • Provides “ride-through” capability for up to (1) full cycle.
  • Acts as a large filter to eliminate harmonics that might be reflected into the line from the load.
  • Solves most power-related problems.
  • Provides voltage regulation.
  • Variable Range Regulation (VRR) - Input window widens as load changes.
  • Available power distribution.
  • NEMA1, NEMA2, and NEMA3R enclosures available.


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Technical Specs

  • Voltage Regulation: +/- 3%
  • Load Regulation: Typically better than +/- 3%
  • kVA = kW
  • Input Current THD: <5%
  • Common Mode Noise Attenuation: 140dB
  • Transverse Mode Noise Attenuation: 120dB
  • Operating Temperature: -20°C to +40°C
  • Efficiency: 90%


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Applications

  • PLC's
  • CNC Machines
  • Industrial Computer Systems and Automation Equipment
  • Variable Speed Drives (VSD's)
  • Motors



  • Is ferroresonant technology old or out-dated?

  • No. Although ferro-resonant technology has been around for over 40 years, its reliability and performance have not been surpassed. Ferro-resonant technology offers trouble-free, clean, regulated power.



  • Are all ferroresonant systems the same?

  • No. There are different design approaches that change the overall performance and efficiency. Controlled Power Company uses the most conservative designs, providing the widest operating range and the greatest efficiency.



  • Should ferroresonant systems be properly loaded in order to function correctly?

  • This depends upon the design. Some manufacturers design their transformers in a way that the load current is an integral part of the operation, to conserve copper. The Industrial Power Purifier operates from 0% to 100% load while maintaining its tight regulation, without overheating. Pre-load planning is not required.



  • Can the Industrial Power Purifier withstand a short circuit?

  • Yes, the Industrial Power Purifier will operate in a short circuit condition provided that there is UL required over current protection.



  • Are ferroresonant systems as inefficient as rumors claim?

  • Typically, the Industrial Power Purifier has a 90% to 92% efficiency rating.



  • What is the Industrial Power Purifier's MTBF?

  • The Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) is approximately 200,000 hours. The transformer is made with high-grade silicon steel and electrical-grade copper. The vacuum impregnation process assures mechanical stability. With few components that might fail, 200,000 hours of operation is easily possible.



  • What is VRR?

  • VRR is Variable Range Regulation, which extends the input operating range to near -40% of nominal. That equates to 72 volts input on a 120 volt nominal, with regulated AC sinewave output.



  • Does the Power Purifier correct power factor and attenuate harmonics?

  • Yes, power factor is corrected at the input power, and is improved it for the load also. The high pass filter in the output reduces reflected harmonics to typically 10% or less at the input.



  • Do any other power conditioning technologies attenuate electrical noise?

  • Some TVSS manufacturers claim power conditioning, but offer no immunity to waveform distortion or momentary loss of power. Their products only attenuate the voltage excretions that exceed limits 25% above nominal. The Industrial Power Purifier fills in the notches, recreates a new sinewave, and regulates the power to a safe limit of a maximum of 3% from nominal.