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Voltage Optimisation (or Voltage Power Optimisation) is the name given to an electrical energy saving technique, whereby a specialist optimisation device is installed in series with the mains electricity supply to site to give an optimum supply voltage for the site’s equipment, and improve power quality by balancing phase voltages, and filtering harmonics and transients from the supply. The type of device used determines whether the power supply is being ‘optimised’ or merely reduced (voltage reduction can be achieved using automatic voltage controller) Voltage optimisation technology gives the end-user the ability to optimise their supply locally, correcting power quality problems from the grid, and is designed to do so very efficiently. In the UK and Europe, voltage optimisation units fitted have achieved average energy savings of around 13% over the last five years, making this one of the fastest-growing energy saving techniques on the market. Major businesses and Public Sector organisations have adopted Voltage Optimisation as a front-line energy saving measure. Leading supplier of automatic voltage controller in Vadodara Surat Rajkot Daman Vapi Ahmedabad Ankleshwar Mumbai Pune Hydrabad Indore etc. for more details
Energy Savings : The energy savings achieved by voltage optimisation are an aggregation of the improved efficiency of all equipment across a site in response to the improvements in the power quality problems outlined above. It has been and continues to be a key technique for savings in energy consumption. Research in Taiwan suggested that, for an industrial supply, for voltage reduction upstream of the transformer, there is a 0.241% decrease of energy consumption when the voltage is decreased by 1%, and an increase of 0.297% when the voltage is increased by 1%. This assumed a mixture of loads including 7% fluorescent lighting, 0.5% incandescent lighting, 12.5% three phase air conditioners, 5% motors, 22.5% small 3-phase motors, 52.5% large 3-phase motors. for more details
Over Voltage refers to voltage higher than the voltage at which equipment is designed to operate most effectively. It causes a reduction in equipment lifetime and increases in energy consumed with no improvement in performance. The 16th edition of the Wiring Regulations BS7671 makes the following statements in relation to overvoltage: “A 230V rated lamp used at 240 will achieve only 55% of its rated life” and “A 230V linear appliance used on a 240V supply will take 4.3% more current and will consume almost 9% more energy.” Various technologies can be used to avoid overvoltage, but it must be done so efficiently so that energy savings resulting from using the correct voltage are not offset by energy wasted within the device used to do so. Reliability is also important, and there are potential problems inherent in running full incoming power through electro-mechanical devices such as automatic voltage controller. for more details
Industrial Automatic Voltage Controller Ahmedabad Advantages of Installing Automatic Voltage Controller Customer will certainly have the following advantages in case they are getting higher input voltage i.e. more than 230 volts Single Phase/400 volts Three Phase. REDUCTION IN BREAKDOWN OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS ENERGY SAVING 5-10 % on motor load and 15-25% on lighting load. REDUCTION IN MDI by 10-15%. IMPROVEMENT IN POWER FACTOR. Depreciation allowance @80% as per Income Tax Act. Uniform Quality of End Products. Power Engineers Company is Leading supplier of Roller Type Industrial Automatic Voltage Controller Ahmedabad for more details
Voltage Optimisation is a term given to the systematic controlled reduction in the voltages received by an energy consumer to reduce energy use, power demand and reactive power demand. While some voltage 'optimisation' devices have a fixed voltage adjustment, others electronically regulate the voltage automatically. Voltage optimisation systems are typically installed in series with the mains electrical supply to a building, allowing all its electrical equipment to benefit from an optimised supply. for more details