Centralized unit for reactive power compensation in substations.
The SSHR shunt reactor is the cost-effective way to compensate reactive power. The SSHR design even makes it possible to change the reactive power in steps.
To compensate the reactive power generated in a cable network, the reactor’s power has to be changed. The reactive current generated is depending on the cable length, system Voltage and the use level of the network.
In short, if the network has a high usage of current, it partly compensates itself. The result is the difference in-between summer and winter. During winter time, the current is high and the cable partly compensates itself. During summer time, the current is lower and the compensation is therefore lower.
Because of this, the need for a shunt reactor is higher in the summer time than during winter time.
When placed in the substation or somewhere in the power grid, you have the possibility to remotely change the reactive power. We have a cost-effective way of handling the high and low reactive power fluctuation.
|Product||Nominal Voltage||Technical Drawing||Technical Specification||E-number|
|SSHR2 2000||20,5kV||Drawing_SSHR2 2000-20,5-0,7_Rail||Technical_Data_SSHR2_2000-20,5-0,7_Final||5709060|
|SSHR2 3000||20,5kV||Drawing_SSHR2 3000-20,5-0,7_Rail||Technical_Data_SSHR2_3000-20,5-0,7_Final||5709061|