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REO voltage stabilisers - the optimum ballasts

Voltage stabilisers are used as ballasts in single-phase and three-phase networks with fluctuating voltages to regulate these mains voltage fluctuations.

Therefore, the consumer who is connected receives a constant voltage which results in a constant level of machine performance that is then independent from the fluctuating mains network.

  • REOSTAB DNK

    Three-phase voltage stabilizers

    REOSTAB DNK
    • Adjusting time: ca.2 bzw. ab Größe SD 9 4 sek
    • Input voltage: 3x380 bzw 3x220 V
    • Output voltage: 3x380 bzw 3x220 ± 0,5% V

    REO three-phase voltage stabilizers are designed for three-phase systems with neutral conductor. We can also offer controllers without neutral conductor (on request).


    REOSTAB THREE-phase voltage stabilizers as ballasts for networks with fluctuating voltages, like that, a constant voltage at the output is guaranteed. The unit consists of a variable transformers booster transformer and a controller for the variable transformer.


    Controller 




    • NLR 2012 Digital ± 1% Accuracy

    • NLR 7000 Digital ± 0,5 Accuracy

    • TVR 6500 Analog ± 1% Accuracy for 24 V drive motors


    The regulators are installed within the system and wired. The maximum speed is usually :


    NLR 2012 = 3 sec .
    NLR 7000 = 2 sec
    TVR 6500 = 2 sec . per bar ( max. difference )


    Applications



    • Plants and data processing systems

    • Regenerative plants

    • Machine controls


     

  • REOSTAB NK

    Single-phase voltage stabilizers

    REOSTAB NK
    • Adjusting time: ca.2 sek
    • Input voltage: 220 V
    • Output voltage: 220 ± 0,5% V

    REO manufactures and develops REOSTAB single-phase voltage stabilizers as ballasts for networks with fluctuating voltages, like that, a constant voltage at the output is guaranteed. The unit consists of a variable transformers booster transformer and a controller for the variable transformer.


    Controller



    • NLR 2012 Digital ± 1% Accuracy

    • NLR 7000 Digital ± 0,5 Accuracy

    • TVR 6500 Analog ± 1% Accuracy for 24 V drive motors


    The regulators are installed within the system and wired. The maximum speed is usually :
    NLR 2012 = 3 sec .
    NLR 7000 = 2 sec
    TVR 6500 = 2 sec . per bar ( max. difference )


     


    Applications



    • Plants and data processing systems

    • Regenerative plants

    • Machine controls


     

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