50 Hz Products

Global Harmonic Solutions

TCI offers a wide selection of 50 Hz solutions that reduce or eliminate harmonic distortion, including passive harmonic filters and line reactors.

HGP 5% Passive Harmonic Filter

When applied at the variable frequency drive, the HGP provides a low impedance path for the major harmonic currents demanded by the drive.

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HG7 7% Passive Harmonic Filter

The HG7 not only limits current distortion to less than 7% THD, it also improves true power factor. Multiple package options result in the right filter configuration for the application.

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KDR Line Reactor

The addition of a KDR Line Reactor will limit the inrush current to the rectifier, rounding the waveform, reducing the peak currents and lowering the harmonic current distortion.

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Global Motor Protection Solutions

The MotorShield eliminates harmful dv/dt to result in a sine wave output. The V1k dv/dt filter provides motor protection by limiting voltage spikes below 1,000 volts for long lead applications.

MotorShield Sine Wave Filter

The MotorShield filter eliminates harmful dv/dt to result in a sine wave output.

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V1k dv/dt Motor Protection Filter

Greatly reduces motor failures on VFD applications by limiting the magnitude of voltage spikes to levels below 1,000 Volts and slowing down the rate of change of PWM switching by a factor of three or more.

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KDR Output Load Reactor

The addition of a KDR unit to the output of a drive will dampen overshoot peak voltage, reduce motor heating and audible noise, helping to extend the life of the motor.

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Power Factor Correction Solutions

PF Guard Capacitor Bank

The PF Guard capacitor bank will reduce the demand on your electrical equipment, resulting in improved electrical system capacity and a more effective power supply.

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Global High Frequency Noise Solutions

Unwanted high frequency electrical noise can cause equipment to malfunction. EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) and RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) are two types of electrical noise.

KRF EMI Filter

The KRF filters use a combination of high frequency inductors and capacitors to reduce noise in the critical 150 kHz to 30 MHz frequency range.

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