No Sliding Electrical Contacts
In motor-driven-variac technology, sliding contacts are the major contributor to the inherent wear and tear problem associated with the design. MCT stabilizer employs digital switching technology, eliminating the use of sliding contact, thereby achieving long term reliability.
Motor-driven-variac technology uses two sets of power transformers: a variac and a boost-buck transformer, which contribute to almost all of the energy loss in the stabilizer. The multiple transformers used in MCT stabilizer have a loss of energy equal to that of the buck-buck transformer minus that of the variac. As a result, the power efficiency is almost improved by two fold.
Fast Correction Time
Depending on the application requirement, MCT stabilizer can be configured to attain its rated output voltage level in not more than 0.1 of a second responding to a full range of supply voltage variation.
Automatic Bypass Device
In the unlikely event of component failure that may result in the loss of output voltage regulation, MCT stabilizer is incorporated with automatic bypass device to switch the load directly to the supply, bypassing the stabilizer circuit, without interrupting the output power. Modular Design For Easy Maintenance The absence of complicated mechanical attachments and modular design offers ease of access to all internal components, considerably cut down time and cost of maintenance work.
Individual Phase Control
MCT three phase stabilizer is made up of three independent single phase stabilizers integrated into a single enclosure allowing 100% unbalance load or
three individual single phase load.
Intelligent Soft Start
When MST stabilizer is powered up, the output voltage is made to follow the input to avoid undervoltage or over-voltage problem. The voltage correction function is initiated to regulate the output voltage only in 5 seconds after the supply power is connected to the stabilizer.