Superior Electric Stabiline BVR Series
The BVR Series offers a compact AVR package. With a new (patent-pending), solid-state step regulating design that eliminates full load carrying transformers and servo-motor control schemes, the BVR is up to 40 percent lighter than other devices being offered. The input range is the range of input voltages over which the unit will maintain constant output voltage. BVR models are offered in two standard ranges: narrow and wide range to accommodate various installation needs (source stability and critical load requirements) as well as site location. The power that must be corrected is greater for wide range units than narrow range units. The Series features no moving control parts or fans, all models offer individual phase control, NEMA 1 enclosures allow for easy wiring access, it has low audible noise and low added harmonic distortion.
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