Skyline servo voltage stabilizer essentially employs a solid circuit which controls the servo motor. The motor is mechanically coupled to the arm of a continuously variable auto transformer which feeds the primary of a series control buck-boost transformer. The stabilizer output voltage is compared with reference voltage and the resultant error signal control the servo motor providing a true proportional control system rather than on/off circuits.
|Single Phase||Three Phase|
|Input Range||175 to 260 VAC*||305 to 450 VAC|
|Output Voltage||230 VAC||400 VAC|
|Output Voltage Adjustments||220 to 240 VAC||380 to 415 VAC Ph to Ph|
|Supply Frequency||47 to 53 Hz||47 to 53 Hz|
|Load & Line Regulation||1%||1%|
|Effect of Load Power Factor||None||None|
|Ambient Temperature||0 To 45ºC||0 to 45ºC|
|Environment||Designed for continuous indoor use|
|Correction Speed||20V/sec||20V/sec. Ph to Neu|
|Output Rating (KVA)||1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 7.5; 10 & 15||6; 9; 12; 15; 22.5; 30 & 45|
| *Also special models with wider input range of 130 to 270 VAC in 1; 2; 3 & 5 KVA
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Skyline continuously variable –ratio auto transformer, is a major improvement over tapped auto transformer where voltages other than the line voltage are required. In laboratory experiments, they have become indispensable because by just rotating a knob any voltage from zero to 270 volts is available at their output terminals. The beakless and staples variation of the voltage enables the user to easily control the power input and related parameters.
40 amps model has no external cooling tubes. The side drawing shows it with front side of tank cut away to show the internal construction, hand wheel drive . 50 AMPS model shown above has cooling tubes on two side only. The above drawing shows side view for a model with motor drive. The box on right top side is for terminals. 60 AMPS model has cooling tubes on all four sides the above drawing shows front view, for a hand drive model.
75 Amps model has one row of cooling tubes on all the sides. To shows the internal construction the front side of the tank is cut away as per drawing for model with motor drive. 100 AMPS model has two rows of cooling tubes on all sides terminals are housed in the box at the top as shown as in the side drawing for hand driven model.
150 AMPS model has two cores connected in parallel per phase through balancing reactors. It has two rows of cooling tubes on all the sides. The side drawing shows a motor driven model with the front side of the tanks cut away to shows the internal construction. 200 AMPS model is similar to 150 AMPS but with three rows of cooling tubes.
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