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When faced with an extreme transient such as a local lighting strike, the CVT will present a low impedance to the mains protecting both itself and any connected loads. The ferro-resonant transformer technology ensures that CVT will generate a perfect sine wave output even when fed from square or quasi-square wave sources. A CVT is also the most efficient way to drive a switched mode power supply(SMPS), and provides harmonic buffering.

Features :

  • Galvanic isolation
  • High common and normal
  • mode noise attenuation
  • Sag, surge and brownout protection
  • Sine wave output (regardless of input waveform)
  • Low installation heat output and running costs
  • (maintenance free)
  • High Mean Time Between
  • Failure (MTBF)
  • Easy to install

Application :

  • Process control
  • Automation
  • Computer system
  • Broadcasting
  • Medical
  • Air, rail, ship