100 KVA IP20 Voltage Optimisation Unit Electricity Saver Device for
We are Manufacturer which specialized in Servo Voltage Stabilizer,
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), Active Power Filter, etc for
nearly 40 years.
And be vendor of Mitsubishi Elevator in East Africa, GE, Emerson.
Voltage optimisation is an electrical energy saving technique which
is mainly installed in series with the mains electricity supply to
provide a reduced supply voltage for the site's equipment.
Typically, voltage optimisation can improve power quality by
balancing phase voltages and filtering harmonics and transients
from the supply, although not always. Voltage optimisers are
essentially transformers used to deliver power at a reduced voltage
from the raw mains supply.
Electrical equipment is designed to accept a wide range of input
voltages about its nominal design center. However, if the actual
supply is higher than necessary the equipment will consume more
power than needed and in many cases, equipment life is reduced,
effectively increasing the cost of ownership.
A 230V linear appliance operated at 240V will consume approximately
9% more energy than necessary. A voltage reduction within statutory
limits can produce up to 25% (subject to load) reduction in energy
consumption and in addition will extend the life of many types of
By reducing supply voltages to a controlled, site adjustable level,
our Voltage Optimization Unit (VOU) allows equipment to operate at
optimum efficiency. The result is lower overall running and
ownership costs and reduced carbon footprint – each kWh of
electrical energy saved is equivalent to 0.537kg of CO2.
Most VO units are installed in commercial premises, in between the
raw mains transformer and main low voltage distribution board.
However, this provides for no selectivity and in electrical
engineering terms is considered a poor solution. A full study
should be undertaken by the facilities manager and VO company , to
select which supplies could benefit the owner by reducing the
voltage and which supplies would give no commercial benefit. This
way the owner only purchases a VO of the correct size and not one
that's for all supplies. Installing a VO unit to optimise all
supplies would give a longer return on investment, a higher capital
outlay and makes no commercial sense.
|Input Voltage||Phase to neutral: 230V±15% (195V~265V) adjustable|
|Output Voltage||Phase to neutral: 220V adjustable|
|Voltage Regulation Mode||Independent phase regulation|
|Insulation Class||H class|
|Cooling Type||Natural Air(AN)/Forced Air(AF)|
|Efficiency||>98% at full load|
|Protection Class||IP20(indoor), outdoor on request|
|Electrical Safety||CE equivalent|
|Operational Temperature||-20 °C to +45 °C|
|GPRS||Remote control and monitoring the VO unit parameters|
|Master Controller||Set output voltages 225V, 220V and 215V by manual|
- Energy saving of up to 25%
- Fast return of investment(ROI) time
- Prolonged equipment life span
- High operational efficiency
- Adjustable configurations based on site requirements
- GPRS and Wireless Energy Monitors for real-time energy monitoring
- Protects equipment against failures due to over or under voltage
- Internal no-break bypass – allowing no power interruption during maintenance
- Single and three phase up to 5000KVA