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Synchronizing Module
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Synchronizing Module

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Description

The Synchronizing Module is a power control device enclosed in a half-size EMS module. The Synchronizing Module is mainly used to synchronize two ac generators. It can also be used to determine the phase sequence in three-phase circuits. The synchronizing Module has three indicator lamps indicating the relative voltage difference between two circuits. The brightness of the indicator lamps increases with the voltage difference between the two circuits. The Synchronizing Module has a three-phase switch mounted on the module front panel. This three-phase switch is a triple-pole, single-throw switch. Each phase leg of the three-phase switch is protected against overcurrents and short-circuits by a thermal-magnetic circuit breaker.


Synchronizing Module
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