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


    Computer system



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