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Active Harmonic Filtering and Reactive Current Compensation
AccuSine PCS+ is a flexible, high performance, cost-effective solution to stabilize electrical networks by providing harmonic filtering, power factor correction and load balancing.
AccuSine PFV+ provides high speed dynamic power factor correction and load balancing of electrical networks with lagging or leading power factors. Its Volt-VAR voltage regulation feature is unique in a standard package.
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How to use AccuSine PFV+ and VarSet for MV dynamic power factor correction
By: Thierry Le Guillou
This guide is intended for Application Engineers, third-party integrators, and other qualified personnel who are responsible for power quality solutions design. Our medium voltage dynamic power correction solution is made of our AccuSine PFV+ dynamic var compensation equipment, VarSet low voltage capacitor banks, MV/LV transformers and LV switchboards. Our purpose is to provide a standard product based solution for applications requiring a high performance system for power factor correction at medium voltage level, up to 36kV.
Impact of leading power factor on data center generator systems
By Neil Rasumussen
IT devices may exhibit electrical input current with a characteristic called “leading power factor”. This situation may cause back-up generators to become unstable and shut down. Furthermore, a data center that is operating correctly for a long time may suddenly develop a problem as the IT load changes over time, or during an unusual event. This means that it is important to understand the margin of safety and correct for this condition before it happens. This paper explains the problem, why and how it occurs, and how to detect and correct it.