RWK 3044 and RWK 3062 series 3-phase AC line reactors
Schaffner is unveiling the new AC line reactor series RWK 3044 and RWK 3062
Schaffner is unveiling the new AC line reactor series RWK 3044 and RWK 3062.
AC line reactors are an economical solution to reduce harmonic currents, to limit inrush currents and to protect variable frequency drives (VFD). An overall improvement of the true power factor and the quality of the input current waveform can be achieved. Furthermore, by applying RWK 3044 and RWK 3062 severe harming phenomena such as commutation notches are reduced to comply with the recommended notch depth and notch area as per IEEE519-2014 (C.1). Thus, with the installation of the new AC line reactors, the electrical infrastructure is unburdened, and its utilization is much more efficient and reliable. Furthermore, the service life cycle of electrical equipment is extended, and energy costs are reduced.
With Schaffner’s expertise in the field of inductor design as well as broad experience in power quality and various reactor applications, RWK 3044 and RWK 3062 are suitable for the most demanding industrial environments but still being very compact. Up to 50% weight reduction in comparison to former generations of AC line reactors could be achieved.
As power quality solution provider, Schaffner offers customer-tailored solutions by combining reactors with passive and/or active harmonic filters. This will ensure dedicated harmonic mitigation solutions and improve system efficiency and reliability. And as Schaffner power quality is more than just products a professional and dedicated service organization is available to support our valued customers worldwide.
- Ensure reliability, performance and a long service life of electrical consumers
- Reduction of mains harmonics and commutation notches
- Help to meet international power quality standards
- Protection of motor drive electronics and dc link capacitors against mains transients
- Reduction of inrush and peak currents
- Improvement of conducted LF immunity
- Prevention from nuisance tripping caused by power line voltage spikes
- Improvement of true power factor
- Oil and gas
- Process automation equipment