A reactor is also called an inductor. When a conductor is energized, it will generate a magnetic field in a certain space occupied by it, so all electric conductors that can carry current have a general sense of inductance. However, the inductance of the energized long straight conductor is small, and the generated magnetic field is not strong. Therefore, the actual reactor is a solenoid with a wire wound, called an air-core reactor; sometimes in order to make this solenoid have a greater inductance, Then insert the iron core in the solenoid, called iron core reactor. Reactance is divided into inductive reactance and capacitive reactance. The more scientific classification is that inductors (inductors) and capacitive reactors (capacitors) are collectively referred to as reactors. However, since inductors existed in the past, they were called reactors. So now what people call a capacitor is a capacitive reactor, and a reactor specifically refers to an inductor.
Shunt reactors are designed to be connected in parallel in inductive load systems, which can are used to absorb reactive power to reduce excessive voltage rise generated by line capacitance.
They are used where the inductive load is needed, such as:
In the long transmission lines and long overland cables.
In the test environments where inductive current is needed.
Reactive energy produced by UPS
- Rated voltage： (VAC)230V-690V
- Rated frequency： (Hz)50/60
- Power (Kvar)：1Kvar-150Kvar
- Inductance tolerance：0~+5%
- Winding material：Aluminum/copper
- Dielectric test：AC 50Hz, 3KV, 60s
- Protection class：IP00
- Insulation classH： 180℃
- Temperature rise：125℃
- ImpregnationResin： VPI
- Cooling methodNatural air (AN)
- Ambient temperature-25 to +50℃
- Environ clim. And fire res.Class：.E1 C1 F0