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Regulindus

Semiconductor switching using triacs or alternistors; input 220 V or 380 V - output from 5 kW to 1000 kW; used to control all unity power factor equipment

 

 

Regulindus 45 kW

Versions from 25 to 45 kW

Dimensions: length 600 mm, width 400 mm, depth 350 mm

Weight: 21.3 kg

 

Advantages
  • Silent switching
  • Absence of switching transient breakthrough on IT and telephone circuits.
  • Stop and Start switching occurs at zero points of voltage waveform
  • Thousands of switching cycles can be performed over several years without any mechanical contact wear
  • Not sensitive to humidity
  • Designed and manufactured to industrial standards
  • Can operate either as a centralised system or as a distributed system
  • Compatible with all types of electrical heating systems (convector heaters, radiant panels, heating foil panels, fan convector heaters, heated floor coverings, electric boilers, radiant ceiling units...)
  • Simple connections without control cabling
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  • Compatible with technical requirements of Electricité De France and other industrial organisations
  • Meets requirements of following standards – UTE NCC 70-101, UTE NCC 70-102, UTE NCC 70-103, UTE NCC 93-703, and EMC regulations on radiation and sensitivity
  • Indicator lamps used to display operational status at: inputs and outputs.
  • Can be connected to one or more thermostats and can be programmed to provide temperatures for periods of comfort heating and periods of reduced heating
  • Can be connected to one or more outdoor sensor-controlled heat regulators
  • Can be connected to industry-standard remote control links – "On/Off", "P", "PI", "PID" and fuzzy logic
  • Control voltage can be DC at 3 V, 6 V, 9 V, 12 V, 15 V or 24 Volts or AC at 110 V or 220 Volts.
Versions

Modular system which can be surface mounted or rack mounted.

In a 19” 14 TE rack - module versions from 10 kW to 5000 kW three phase

 

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