HT AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR, this is also a low profile product in the industry and many may not be aware of this product either. But, this product is in existence and successfully serving a huge clientele from past few decades. Now, we at Red Phase has taken the initiative to reintroduce the product in the industry and most importantly manufacturing with its trusted original UK Based mechanism & designing.
Red Phase offers revolutionary state of art Transformer with Built In AVR, which is a combination of HT AVR and a standard distribution transformer. The fluctuating HT voltage from Grid supply is initially controlled by the HT AVR with accuracy of +/-1% and then fed to the transformer which transforms in its standard ratio to LT voltage. Subsequently, stabilized HT voltage will result in a stabilized LT voltage with accuracy of +/-1%. Basically, input will be 11/33KV and output will be LT voltage with +/-1% can be obtained through a single product.
Transformer with Built In AVR reduces the installation cost of the plant and even saves the required space in comparison to Transformer with separate Stabilizer. One of the major benefits is the ability to make distribution transformer to be utilized up to 100% capacity because of the reason that transformer is fed with the rated voltage which is not obtainable when the voltage drops before the transformer subsequently current becomes high and hampering transformer capacity utilization. Another main advantage is that very low input ranges in higher ratings (from 5KV – upto 5000 KVA) can also be stabilized which is not feasible and practical through LT AVR because of the high current and neither
through OLTC because of its limited variation range.
. Compact Design
. Minimum Power Losses
. Better Efficiency
. Low Input ranges can be stabilized in High Ratings
. As low as 5KV-12KV upto 5000 KVA
. Low Maintenance
. Trouble Free operation
. Long service Life
. Space Saving
. Reduced Installation Cost
. Reduced in Electricity Bill
. Suitable for corrosive industrial sites