Voltage Power Regulator
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MGR-DV Series Digital Signal Type Solid State Voltage Regulator uses Standard Package. Through automatic digital control signal (Pulsed Voltage), MGR-DV Series can control the load voltage of the single phase AC load.
How to order
MGR (Single Phase Digital Signal Type Voltage Regulator, Standard Package)
- [Rated Current]
- DV (Pulse Signal)
Control Method: Automatic Control--Pulse Signal
Load Voltage: 24~380VAC (such as 24VAC, 36VAC, 85VAC, 110VAC/120VAC, 220VAC/230VAC, 380VAC or customized voltage)
Load Current: 10A, 25A, 40A, 60A, 80A, 100A, 120A
Dimensions & Mounting: 57.4mm*44.8mm*28mm; Panel mount solid state relay with transparent cover, metal base and screw terminals
● "Ultra-low" input current
● Low output off-state leakage current
● Low output on-state voltage drop
● Standard output RC snubber circuit
● Fully compatible with different control methods, allowing the computer to easily adjust voltage through the network
Dimensions and Circuit Wiring Diagram
MGR-DV Series Voltage Power Regulator
● Applications that need voltage adjustment.
Precautions and FAQs
● If the load current is 10A, a heat sink must be equipped; if the load current is 40A or more, an air-cooled radiator or a water-cooled radiator must be installed.
● When the load is an inductive load, be sure to connect a varistor in parallel with the output terminal, whose voltage value is 1.6-1.9 times the load voltage.
All Regular Models We Offer
● MGR-DV Series (Single Phase, Digital Signal)
Load Voltage 24~380VAC
*Customized models are available, be free to contact us.
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