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Share: Reactive power controllers MCE and MCX are designed to measure the reactive power of an installation and to give the necessary instructions for connecting & disconnecting capacitors in order to maintain the desired cos ö.
All the controllers are commanded by a microprocessor that ensures an uniform ageing of contractors and capacitors by using a circular connection sequence that takes into account the time that each capacitor has been switched on.
Power factor value to be reached can be adjusted in a continuous way, between 0.85 inductive and 0.95 capacitive.
Standard working programs for controllers are 1:1:1:1, 1:2:2:2, 1:2:4:4, 1:2:4:8 and 1:1:2:2.
*Item Code: MCE
Power factor controllers MCE measures the cos ö of a supply system and control the automatic connection and disconnection of compensation capacitors according to the desired cos ö. They are available in 6 or 12 steps. To see the technical specification and for these steps please go to the attached Pdf file.
*The MCE-12F plus (12 steps) power factor controller measures cos ö in the system and regulates the automatic connection and disconnection of the capacitors depending on the required cos ö. MCE-12F plus is specially designed to control equipments with static switches based on thyristors, which operate through a zero step controller. *
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