Wednesday, 27 January 2016

The system for energy saving-Energy Management System

                Energy management system

What is Energy Management Systems?

  • Framework for managing the energy usage systematically and efficiently
  • It can be referred to a system which is designed specifically for the monitoring, Analysis , Control of network Load and distribution components like motor loads, machinery loads, Lighting Loads , Office loads of large commercial buildings or Industrial plants.
  • It is defined as the system to manage the working and the performance of the energy use such as energy efficiency, specific energy consumption, energy saving tips and different kind of such processes leading to energy savings are known as energy management system (EMS).

The Energy Management System or EMS as we know it today had its origin in the need for electric utility companies to operate their generators as economically as possible. That there was ample cost justification for this has been demonstrated many times. At this point, I shall refer to an electric power system as consisting of generators, transmission system, and the distribution system to customer loads. To operate the system as economically as possible required that the characteristics of all generating units be available in one location so that the most efficient units could be dispatched properly along with the less efficient. In addition, there was a requirement that the on/off scheduling of generating units be done in an efficient manner as well. Finally, the scheduling of generators with limited fuel or water supplies were incorporated in energy management systems. This allows operators to further reduce the cost of operation by taking advantage of cheaper fuels or hydro power. When operating within a vertically integrated electric utility - i.e., one which owns and operates the generation, transmission, and the distribution the economic dispatch and scheduling of generation is usually done to minimize the total operating cost of generation. When the electric system is unbundled, the economic dispatch and scheduling is done on the basis of prices bid to a central office.

Energy Management System (EMS) is a collection of computerized tools used to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of generation and transmission systems. This intelligent energy management software control system is designed to reduce energy consumption, improve the utilization of the system, increase reliability, and predict electrical system performance as well as optimize energy usage to reduce cost. Energy Management System applications use realtime data such as frequency, actual generation, tie-line load flows, and plant units’ controller status to provide system changes. Energy Management System had its origin in the need for electric utility companies to operate their generators as economically as possible. To operate the system as economically as possible required that the characteristics of all generating units be available in one location so that the most efficient units could be dispatched properly along with the less efficient. In addition, there was a requirement that the on/off scheduling of generating units be done in an efficient manner as well. Energy management systems can also provide metering, sub metering, and monitoring functions that allow facility and building managers to gather data and insight that allows them to make more informed decisions about energy activities across their sites.

Why should one go for EMS?

  • Reductions in energy cost and other related environmental impacts, through systematic management of energy.
  • It also provides facilities for monitoring and recording of electricity, gas, water or other fuels or energy source consumption through special meters.
  • The data obtained from these can then be used to produce trend analysis for daily , weekly , monthly and annual energy consumption forecasts against other parameters like production and services etc.
  • Remote access to the crucial data for energy consumption in different locations & allows to compare energy usage by equipment type, store location, fuel type or time of day and provides potentials for energy savings.NECPL offer innovative EMS
  • Installation and Implementation of Energy monitoring meters and Analyzers with Web based energy management software-POWERBUS
  • We also provide consultancy to organizations to make their documentation and training to employees for Energy management system leading to IS 50001 like EMS program, EMS implementation program, internal auditors program and make the team competent leading the organization to certification.
  • Provide training on energy management system to senior, middle & junior management in the organization for awareness, implementation, and internal auditors program for competence building.

EMS in Power Systems

Electrical energy management systems (EMS) are an important function for the reliable and efficient operation of power systems. EMS is related to the real time monitoring, operation and control of a power system. The information from the power system is read through Remote Terminal Units (RTUs), an integral part of SCADA to an EMS or Energy Control Centre (ECC). EMS consists of both hardware and software. Hardware part of EMS consists of RTU, Intelligent Electronic Device (IED), Protection, Computer networking, .etc. Software part of EMS consists of Application programs for network analysis of power systems. In EMS, application programs are run in a real time as well as extended real time environment to keep the power system in a secure operating state. Now-days, EMS is an integral part of any power system. It is used as a part of Substation Automation System (SAS), Demand Side Management (DSM), Protection, and Distribution Management Systems (DMS) for renewable energy and so-on. In the next few years, EMS-DMA will change the role of power systems, monitoring and control. An energy management system (EMS) is a system of computer-aided tools used by operators of electric utility grids to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of the generation and/or transmission system. The monitor and control functions are known as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), followed by several on-line application functions. Energy Management Software (EMS) is a general term referring to a variety of energy-related software applications which may provide utility bill tracking, real-time metering and lighting control systems, building simulation and modeling, carbon and sustainability reporting , demand response, and/or energy audits. Managing energy can require a system of systems approach.

Benefits of NECPL EMS:

  • Facilitate the management of energy usage in the building or industrial facilities for bench marking against specific parameters of production , services, area or manpower etc
  • Trending and monitoring energy consumption with other parameters at multiple locations , on mobile or tablet PCs.
  • Automatic and consistent reaction to events and alarms , thus lowering or avoiding the downtime.
  • Provide a means together and view information quickly to take decisions


power factor correction capacitor

Duca Power Super Heavy Duty Capacitors Cylindrical 3 Phase MPP Type Super Heavy Series

power factor correction capacitor

The capacitors making up the DUCAPOWER Super Heavy Duty Series are used in static & automatic power factor correction equipment. The series has three capacitor elements wired internally in a delta connection.
The capacitors making up the new series are obtained using three elements wound with the new PPMh and positionated inside metal case. The use of impregnation technology and positioning of the individual elements inside the case assure extremely high capacitor performance in terms of heat dissipation, as well as ensuring a long life and excellent ground insulation.
This series is used in practically all Thyristor Switched Power Factor Correction Systems which rely on three-phase capacitors. In fact, the above-described characteristics make these capacitors especially suitable for continuous duty under highly demanding conditions in harmonic rich environments

Technical Specifications

Standard Voltage (Un)
415V to 690V
Rated Frequency
50 Hz (60 Hz on request)
Capacitance Tolerance
-5 + 10%
Dielectric losses
<= 0.2 W/kvar
<=2000 ma.s.l.
Protection Rating
Discharge Resistors
External (50V after 1 Min.)
Screw terminals
A.C. test voltage between
2, 15 Un x 2 s terminals
A.C. test voltage between
3 kV x 10 s terminals & case
Temperature class
-25 to 70/D
Max. Inrush current
450 In
Max. Overload In
4 x In
Life expectancy
170000h - 25/D
Reference standard
IEC 831-1/2

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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Republic Day

Be   the change you want to see in this world.Happy Republic Day..Jai Hind

Monday, 25 January 2016

power quality study and PQ solutions

                      Power Quality Study

The term power quality is applied to a wide variety of electromagnetic phenomena on the power system. The increasing application of electronic equipment and distributed generation has heightened the interest in power quality in recent years, and this has been accompanied by the development of a special terminology to describe the phenomena. Unfortunately, this terminology has not been consistent across different segments of the industry. This has caused a considerable amount of confusion as both vendors and end users have struggled to understand why electrical equipment is not working as expected. Likewise, it is confusing to wade through the vendor jargon and differentiate between a myriad of proposed solutions. Many ambiguous words have been used that have multiple or unclear meanings. For example, surge is used to describe a wide variety of disturbances that cause equipment failures or misoperation. A surge suppressor can suppress some of these but will have absolutely no effect on others. Terms like glitch and blink that have no technical meaning at all have crept into the vocabulary. Unscrupulous marketers take advantage of the ignorance of the general public, selling overpriced gadgets with near-miraculous claims for improving the power quality. Of course, this all comes with a money-back guarantee. Readers can protect themselves by obtaining a better understanding of power quality vocabulary and insisting on technical explanations of how a gadget works.

Power Quality (PQ) related issues are of most concern nowadays. The widespread use of electronic equipment, such as information technology equipment, power electronics such as adjustable speed drives (ASD), programmable logic controllers (PLC), energy-efficient lighting, led to a complete change of electric loads nature. These loads are simultaneously the major causers and the major victims of power quality problems. Due to their non-linearity, all these loads cause disturbances in the voltage waveform. Along with technology advance, the organization of the worldwide economy has evolved towards globalisation and the profit margins of many activities tend to decrease. The increased sensitivity of the vast majority of processes (industrial, services and even residential) to PQ problems turns the availability of electric power with quality a crucial factor for competitiveness in every activity sector. The most critical areas are the continuous process industry and the information technology services. When a disturbance occurs, huge financial losses may happen, with the consequent loss of productivity and competitiveness.

Although many efforts have been taken by utilities, some consumers require a level of PQ higher than the level provided by modern electric networks. This implies that some measures must be taken in order to achieve higher levels of Power Quality.

Even the most advanced transmission and distribution systems are not able to provide electrical energy with the desired level of reliability for the proper functioning of the loads in modern society. Modern T&D (transmission and distribution) systems are projected for 99,9 to 99,99% availability. This value is highly dependant of redundancy level of the network, which is different according to the geographical location and the voltage level (availability is higher at the HV network). In some remote sites, availability of T&D systems may be as low as 99%. Even with a 99,99% level there is an equivalent interruption time of 52 minutes per year. The most demanding processes in the modern digital economy need electrical energy with 99.9999999% availability (9-nines reliability) to function properly.

 Benefits of power quality analysing By analysing power quality following benefits can be obtained. Interferences and failure detection Non-linear loads with high content of harmonics, loose bus bars, switching problems with capacitor banks and similar problems can essentially decrease availability of electric equipment or electric distribution systems. Detection of failure/interferences generation points can be easily found with a suitable Power Quality Analyser. Advanced power resources management and predictive diagnostics Optimised daily or weekly consumption diagrams can essentially reduce costs for electricity and infrastructure. Reducing electric energy losses, control of peak consumption and improving power factor can bring important savings. Power Quality Analyser will simplify decision-making. - 3 - Input power quality evaluation according to EN 50160 Transients, voltage variations and supply interruptions often come from the supply network and influence operations of internal electrical systems. Loss of data, shorter life span of the electronic equipment, increased rejection level on production lines etc. are consequences of bad quality power supply. Supply voltage quality can be assessed in accordance with relevant “Power Quality” standards (example: EN 50160). Advanced Power Quality Analysers will produce “Quality compliance” report which can be used for further negotiations with electro-distribution company if necessary.

Solutions for PQ Problems

The mitigation of PQ problems may take place at different levels: transmission, distribution and the enduse equipment.  several measures can be taken at these levels.  Solutions for digital power . Grid Adequacy Many PQ problems have origin in the transmission or distribution grid. Thus, a proper transmission and distribution grid, with adequate planning and maintenance, is essential to minimize the occurrence of PQ problems. . Distributed Resources – Energy Storage Systems Interest in the use of distributed energy resources (DER) has increased substantially over the last few years because of their potential to provide increased reliability. These resources include distributed generation and energy storage systems. Energy storage systems, also known as restoring technologies, are used to provide the electric loads with ride-through capability in poor PQ environment.

NECPL offers Power Factor Study after analyzing consumer power factor in last 12 months billing cycle.
The study is carried out at Mains (Upstream) and at various major Load Points / feeders (Downstream). It shall help in following way :

• Designing and implementing the Correct and suitable P.F. Correction system scheme for the network in terms of   Location, rating, sequence, voltage, type etc.
• To avoid penalties and to take incentive from utility company by maintaining higher power factor.
• To avoid any negative interaction between Non Linear Loads (Harmonic Source) and capacitor Banks
• Helps in Improving the efficiency existing system by checking APFC / capacitor health.

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Harmonic Mitigation Techniques for Power Distribution Networks and Harmonic filtration

Harmonic Mitigation Techniques for Power Distribution Networks and Harmonic filtration

There has been much discussion and interest in recent years on the subject of Harmonics under ambit of network power quality.More and more frequently, industrial and commercial users are finding they have to deal with the problem of "polluted power.Many seminars and awareness programs have been conducted to effectively deal with the problems of harmonics. Lot has been done but still there are gaps in knowledge of harmonics in network and methods to effectively deal with them.

A growing number of harmonic mitigation techniques are now available including active and passive methods, and the selection of the best-suited technique for a particular case can be a complicated decision-making process. The performance of some of these techniques is largely dependent on system conditions, while others require extensive system analysis to prevent resonance problems and capacitor failure.

The nonlinear characteristics of many industrial and commercial loads such as power converters, fluorescent lamps, computers, light dimmers, and variable speed motor drives (VSDs) used in conjunction with industrial pumps, fans, and compressors and also in air-conditioning equipment have made the harmonic distortion a common occurrence in electrical power networks. Harmonic currents injected by some of these loads are usually too small to cause a significant distortion in distribution networks. However, when operating in large numbers, the cumulative effect has the capability of causing serious harmonic distortion levels. These do not usually upset the end-user electronic equipment as much as they overload neutral conductors and transformers and, in general, cause additional losses and reduced power factor . Large industrial converters and variable speed drives on the other hand are capable of generating significant levels of distortion at the point of common coupling (PCC), where other users are connected to the network.

Active Harmonic Mitigation Techniques

Active Harmonic filters use IGBT fired circuits to mitigate harmonic distortions in the load or the network of loads where they are installed. They can be separately installed on prominent individual loads generating harmonics or combined AHF unit on mains. The combination of both can also be used. It all depends on level of harmonics, type of operational issue for which it is being installed or level of compliance to standards as per utility / distribution company.

When using active harmonic reduction techniques, the improving in the power quality came from injecting equal-but-opposite current or voltage distortion into the network, thereby canceling the original distortion. Active harmonic filters (AHFs) utilize fast-switching insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) to produce an output current of the required shape such that when injected into the AC lines, it cancels the original load-generated harmonics. The heart of the AHF is the controller part. The control strategies applied to the AHF play a very important role on the improvement of the performance and stability of the filter. AHF is designed with two types of control scheme. The first performs fast Fourier transforms to calculate the amplitude and phase angle of each harmonic order. The power devices are directed to produce a current of equal amplitude but opposite phase angle for specific harmonic orders. The second method of control is often referred to as full spectrum cancellation in which the full current waveform is used by the controller of the filter, which removes the fundamental frequency component and directs the filter to inject the inverse of the remaining waveform.

 Essentially, the filter consists of a VSD with a special electronic controller which injects the harmonic current onto the system 180 out of phase to the system or drive harmonics. This results in harmonics cancellation. For example, if the VSD created 50 A of 5th harmonic current, and the AHF produced 40 A of 5th harmonic current, the amount of 5th harmonic current exported to the utility grid would be 10 A. The AHF may be classified as a single-phase or three-phase filters.

Hybrid Harmonic Mitigation Techniques

Hybrid Power conditioning system is a combination of Dynamic Activcomp Thyristor based Power Factor Correction System and IGBT fired Active Harmonic Filtration System offers most viable and economical solution for both Power Factor Compensation and Harmonic Mitigation. The designs offered by us are installed for compensation and Harmonic compliance of main transformer or at major load feeders. Though there are standard ratings but any design can be offered as per customer load characteristics and level of harmonic distortion.

Hybrid connections of AHF and PHF are also employed to reduce harmonics distortion levels in the network. The PHF with fixed compensation characteristics is ineffective to filter the current harmonics. AHF overcomes the drawbacks of the PHF by using the switching-mode power converter to perform the harmonic current elimination. However, the AHF construction cost in an industry is too high. The AHF power rating of power converter is very large. These bound the applications of AHF used in the power system. Hybrid harmonic filter (HHF) topologies have been developed to solve the problems of reactive power and harmonic currents effectively. Using low cost PHF in the HHF, the power rating of active converter is reduced compared with that of AHF. HHF retains the advantages of AHF and does not have the drawbacks of PHF and AHF. Figure shows a number of possible hybrid combinations. It is a combination of shunt AHF and shunts PHF. Using a combination of PHF will make a significant reduction in the rating of the AHF. As a result, no harmonic resonance occurs, and no harmonic current flows in the supply.In HHF the AHF can improve the filter performance and suppress the harmonic resonance of existing PHF.  shows a combination of AHF series with the supply and a shunt PHF. It is  found that this topology is not suitable for low-frequency interharmonic compensation because the AHF introduces a high compensation voltage which can interfere with downstream phase-controlled nonlinear loads.


Electrical system reliability and normal operation of electrical equipment rely heavily upon a clean distortion free power supply. Designers and engineers wishing to reduce the level of harmonic pollution on a power distribution network where nonlinear harmonic generating loads are connected have several harmonic mitigation techniques available. Because of the number and variety of available methods, selection of the best-suited technique for a particular application is not always an easy or straightforward process. A broad categorization of different harmonic mitigation techniques (passive, active, and hybrid) has been carried out to give a general viewpoint on this wide-ranging and rapidly developing topic. PHF is traditionally used to absorb harmonic currents because of low cost and simple robust structure. However, they provide fixed compensation and create system resonance. AHF provides multiple functions such as harmonic reduction, isolation, damping and termination, load balancing, PF correction, and voltage regulation. The HHF is more attractive in harmonic filtering than the pure filters from both viability and economical points of view, particularly for high-power applications. It is hoped that the discussion and classification of harmonic mitigation techniques presented in this paper will provide some useful information to help make the selection of an appropriate harmonic reduction method for a given application on an easier task.

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Friday, 22 January 2016

power factor correction

power factor correction

What is Power Factor Correction?

POWER FACTOR is the ratio between the useful (true) power (kW) to the total (apparent) power (kVA) consumed by an item of a.c. electrical equipment or a complete electrical installation. It is a measure of how efficiently electrical power is converted into useful work output. The ideal power factor is unity, or one. Anything less than one means that extra power is required to achieve the actual task at hand.

A poor power factor is usually the result of a significant phase difference between the voltage and current at the load terminals, or it can be due to a high harmonic content or a distorted current waveform. A poor power factor is generally the result of an inductive load such as an induction motor, a power transformer, a ballast in a luminaire, a welding set or an induction furnace. A distorted current waveform can be the result of a rectifier, an inverter, a variable speed drive, a switched mode power supply, discharge lighting or other electronic loads.

Why improving Power Factor is important

The Power Factor Correction of electrical loads is a problem common to all industrial and commercial users. Every user which utilizes electrical power to obtain work in various forms continuously asks the mains to supply a certain quantity of active power together with reactive power.

The most common of these on modern systems is the inductive load. Typical examples includes transformer, fluorescent lighting, AC induction motors, Arc/induction, furnaces etc. which draw not, only active power (KW) from the supply, but also inductive reactive power (KVAr). Common characteristics of these inductive loads is that they utilize a winding to produce an electromagnetic field which allows the motor or transformer to function and requires certain amount of electrical power in order to maintain the field. Therefore Active Power (KW) actually performs the work whereas Reactive Power (KVAr) sustains the electro-magnetic field.

his reactive power though is necessary for the equipment to operate correctly but could be interpreted as an undesirable burden on the power supply /Distribution companies. They in turn offer benefits or incentive to consumers to maintain higher power factor near to unity. Most industrial and commercial users are billed in KVAH units therefore higher the power factor lower the KVAH units and KVA demand thereby bringing in direct savings to consumers maintaining higher power factor. Some distribution companies offer discount on KWH billing depending on power factor values. Both way round customer benefits.

Why is it important to control Power Factor using right method?

Many consumers are not aware that Power Factor Correction system if not designed as per load characteristics, can itself result and become a cause for major operational problem in the network. Some of the issues can be :

  • Enhanced harmonic distortion.
  • Increased losses due to over or under compensation because of mismatch in load variation and response time of Power Factor Correction System.
  • Increased switching transients due to more no. of steps switched through Contactors.
  • Operational problems in capacitor bank and other network loads due to harmonic resonance.
  • Lot of power quality issues in network becomes visible after installation of inadequate PFC System
The above issues may not directly suggest that PF system is responsible but the fact of the matter is that wrongly designed Power Factor Correction system is one of the major cause of operational problems in electrical network.

With experience of last more than 20 years and with installation base of more than 20000 systems all over India and abroad offer their expertise in designing, supplying and installation of high quality Intelligent Power Factor Correction and Harmonic Filtration systems. These systems are designed on the basis of Power Quality Studies and analysis using advanced simulation tools. Further information is also collected from customer or project consultant. Some of these are :

  • Characteristics and switching time / variation frequency of major loads in the network along with the Rating of Main Transformer and major load feeders where compensation is possible.
  • Identifying balanced and unbalanced load condition in network.
  • Type and amplitude of harmonic distortion with individual harmonic content.

With above what we achieve for customer is a perfect and most optimized Power Factor Control. This results in enhancing power quality of network thus bringing savings to customer along with minimizing lot of operational problems. 

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Why Naac Energy For Energy Audit

Why us for energy audit?

We are BEE certified ESCO company with highly experience team in energy audit.
We are equipped with advanced & wide range of sophisticated, portable diagnostic & measuring instruments like power analyzers, ultrasonic flow meters, lux meters, hygrometers flue gas analyzers & various analytical softwares for conducting the energy audits. These are used to generate refined data to facilitate in complex analysis which eventually would give a more reliable basis for evolution of energy saving potentials & economic viable solutions.

Our Focus market areas are India and Middle east countries with our dedicated team of Energy Auditors and professional we can carry high quality energy audit of any type of industry in least possible time and at competitive 

What is energy audit?

The need to reduce energy costs is a crucial business practice for successful organizations, and energy audits have begun to play a more significant role in managing energy expenses. Energy audits can encompass a variety of surveying techniques but most commonly consist of an analysis of energy usage within a building or facility and its contained equipment. Energy audits can be ASHRAE Level I, II, or III for conditioned space, or comprehensive or tactical energy surveys for industrial facilities. Audits include comprehensive lists of energy efficiency measures derived from building and facility performance. Energy audits also include financial analysis for each identified measure. Energy audits can use information from building management systems (BMS) with the goal of reducing energy usage without negatively impacting the company’s everyday practices. Industrial energy audits often focus on key aspects of the overall system that tend to use the most energy. Common examples of audited equipment include HVAC, lighting, and plug load.
There are so many vendors peddling their energy efficient devices which are supposed to save energy–most of them do, but some don’t.  Just because a device saves energy does not mean it is a good investment.  And even if it is a good investment, there may be better energy efficiency investments available.
For example triple-pane windows that you hear advertised on the radio usually save energy, but for some buildings, they will actually result in an increase in energy usage.  It is usually a better investment to replace your incandescent light bulbs with CFLs than it is to change out your windows.
So how do you determine what are the best energy conservation measures for your building?  That is what an energy audit is for.
Benefits of Energy Audit offered by NECPL
 Reasonably priced energy audit 
  Exclusive customer focus, i.e., one team for one customer at one time for giving timely & dedicated service.
Good Quality & Unbiased Energy Audit reports

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These are our few valuables clients and they appriciated our work in their sites.
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Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Load Monitoring Services

Load Monitoring Services,load moniter

What to monitor & record?

  • The process is similar to a doctor using a ECG monitor to record the quality of heartbeat by converting it to electrical signals for one’s heart..
  • Monitoring will provide us with valuable data; however the data needs to be interpreted and applied to the particular equipment/situations for arriving at right decisions.
  • Recording the power parameters like, Current , Voltages kW, kVA, kVAR ,THDsetc. for their peak, average on daily or weekly basis etc on the desired feeders.

Why should customer opt for it?

  • Over time, gradual changes in loads on power system can result in the overloading of electrical network leaving the distribution equipment in inadequate position than what originally it had been designed for. This can result in compromised safety margins and tolerances resulting in sudden tripping of protection equipment.
  • Unmonitored changes can cause the gradual degradation of the electrical and electronic components due to heating power system, which can result in untimely damage to equipments and power system itself.
  • Medium to large commercial and industrial customers usually find very difficult to monitor and control their load changes. The Load dynamics keeps on changing as per seasons, orders/ sales, production capacities etc. Manual monitoring in such situations may not be suffice.
Benefits of NECPL LMR:

  • Offer LMR with specialized meters and software tools for customers to analyze their load cycles with energy requirements to make informed decisions regarding up gradation of their network and to identify cost-saving measures.
  • Demand charges can be reduced from rescheduling load usage during peak load periods with various calculations provided on time of usage or other factors as per customer utility billing scheme.

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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Activcomp System And Its Specification

Activcomp System And Its Specification

Activcomp System offers Real Time and Efficient Reactive Power Compensation for fast variable loads, sensitive loads, unbalanced loads, normal loads with moderate to high harmonics. It has Dual Power Factor setting suitable for reactive power compensation on Utility supply and DG supply.
It is now replacing normal Contactor Switched APFC Systems in most of the commercial and industrial installations. Many Activcomp Systems are running successfully all over India and abroad since more than last 15 years

Technical Specification:
Modular, Steel, Metal, Enclosures.
380V-800V/50Hz (Any other voltage on request)
3 Phase Intelligent Controller with GSM/GPRS connectivity for remote data monitoring.
Thyristor Module:
Integrated Thyristor Modules with Heat Sink, Firing Board Circuit, Axial Flow Fan with Thermostat
Capacitor Bank
DUCA POWER Super Heavy Duty Series
Ultima Super Heavy Duty Series at 525V 50/60Hz

Harmonic Block Reactor


Constructional Max.Volt.
Filtering Factor
5.6% (210Hz), 7% (189Hz),
14% (133Hz) or any other filtering factor on request
Inductance tolerance
Temperature sensor(normally closed)
155 Deg. C
Prevent resonance condition by shifting the
capacitor / network resonant frequency to below
the first dominant harmonic (usually the 5th)
Designed to absorb a majority of the dominant
harmonics, usually the 5th and / or 7th.

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