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Find effective power quality solutions

Dec 21, 2023

Find effective power quality solutions

Power quality refers to the stability and reliability of electrical power supply. In recent years, the demand for high-quality power has increased due to the growing reliance on electronic devices and the need for uninterrupted operations in various industries. Power quality problems can lead to equipment damage, production losses, and increased maintenance costs. Therefore, finding effective power quality solutions is crucial.


One of the main power quality issues is voltage sags and interruptions. These are brief and sudden decreases in voltage levels, often caused by faults in the power distribution system or the starting of large electrical loads. Voltage sags can cause electronic equipment to malfunction or shut down, leading to significant financial losses. To mitigate this issue, voltage regulators and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems can be installed. Voltage regulators stabilize voltage levels, while UPS systems provide backup power during outages, ensuring uninterrupted operations.


Another power quality problem is harmonic distortion. Harmonics are unwanted currents or voltages that are multiples of the fundamental frequency. They are mainly caused by non-linear loads, such as variable speed drives, computers, and fluorescent lighting. Harmonics can damage equipment, reduce system efficiency, and cause electromagnetic interference. To address harmonic distortion, harmonic filters and active power filters can be implemented. Harmonic filters reduce the level of harmonics in the electrical system, while active power filters actively cancel out the harmonics, ensuring a clean power supply.


Power factor is another important aspect of power quality. Power factor is the ratio of real power to apparent power and indicates how effectively electrical power is being used. A low power factor can result in higher energy costs, as utilities often charge penalties for low power factor. Power factor correction devices, such as capacitors, can be installed to improve power factor. These devices reduce reactive power, increase system efficiency, and reduce energy consumption.


Transient voltage surges, also known as voltage spikes, are another power quality concern. These are short-duration increases in voltage levels, often caused by lightning strikes or switching operations. Transient voltage surges can damage sensitive electronic equipment. Surge protectors and voltage limiters can be used to prevent or mitigate the effects of voltage spikes. Surge protectors divert excess voltage to the ground, while voltage limiters limit the maximum voltage level.


In conclusion, power quality problems can have significant consequences for industries and individuals. However, with the right power quality solutions, these issues can be effectively addressed. Voltage regulators, UPS systems, harmonic filters, active power filters, power factor correction devices, surge protectors, and voltage limiters are some of the solutions available to ensure stable and reliable power supply. By implementing these solutions, businesses can minimize equipment damage, production losses, and maintenance costs, ultimately improving their operations and productivity.


CONSNANT  relevant products:


AHF(Active Harmonic Filter)

SVG(Static Var Generator)


1.Harmonic Mitigation

2.Phase Balancing

3.Power Factor Correction



Installation method: Stand, Wall Mount and Rack Mount  

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