Current Limiting Reactor

Current Limiting Reactor

A current limiting reactor is connected in series with the power system. It is designed to reduce short-circuit currents, which result from plant expansions and power source additions, to levels that can be adequately handled by existing transmission and distribution equipment.

OPERATING CONDITIONS
Location: indoor or outdoor
Ambient temperature: -40℃~+50℃ (according to customer’s requirement)
Altitude: ≤3000m (according to customer’s requirement)
Maximum wind speed: 45m/s (according to customer’s requirement)
Relative humidity: ≤90%
Seismic capacity: horizontal 0.30g (according to customer’s requirement)
Vertical 0.15g (according to customer’s requirement)
Note the type of ventilation when using indoor.
Installation location must be clean, no harmful gas, steam, electric conductivity and explosive dust.
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PARAMETER
Rated frequency
System voltage
Rated current
Rated short-time current and duration
Rated reactance value
Type of Insulation
Temperature class of the insulation
Rated loss
The average temperature rise
Hot spot temperature rise
Sound level
Location: indoor or outdoor
Installation method and terminal bus bar orientation

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