Our team at MTS Power Product has been consistently serving the power industry with high-end custom generators and their accessories. We provide state-of-the-art custom generator systems as a dependable and proven method of backup power. We have become South Florida’s primary and most-trusted solution for quality energy products because of our commitment to the highest standards of operation in everything we do. Our team has been dedicatedly serving our industry for more than thirty years and counting. An automatic voltage regulator for generator systems is used in order to transfer power to the electrical fields of your genset. Its purpose is the maintaining of an accurate and small range of voltage for the alternating current that is being produced. Some of the products that you can purchase form MTS Power Products include:
- Custom Gensets
- Basic Transfer Switches
- Automatic Transfer Switches
- Automatic Voltage Regulators
- Battery Chargers
- Engine Controls
The control of the voltage percentage is so low with the use of an automatic voltage regulator for generator systems that you can expect a variance within a single percentile range from the ideal standard for operation. Whether you have a generator system already purchased or not, having a high-end and powerful automatic voltage regulator for generator systems installed on your existing or new generator will help ensure that it sustains maximum longevity.
Your generator system’s electrical transformer will most likely have no moving or turning components, therefore, it will be considered a static device. Most basic transformers will have two sets of coils that the electrical transformer will use as its inductor. One the coils will have an alternating current (AC) voltage applied onto its composition – the opposing coil will maintain a voltaicly secluded relationship with the alternating current. The one that is having voltage applied onto it is your primary coil. The remaining coil which will stay isolated from the alternating current is regarded as your secondary coil. A time-varying magnetic flux will occur because of the AC voltage that will be running through your transformer’s primary coil. This magnetic flux will naturally attract toward the secondary coil and begin to pass over the alternating current that was being applied to and flowing from the primary coil. Your autotransformer will be responsible for aiding in the protection of your over generator system
Essentially your genset system’s electrical transformer serves to transfer electricity from a group of at least two circuits accomplished through electromagnetic induction – an effect that was first described back in 1831 by Faraday’s “Law of Induction.” Once you transformer has converted energy into a usable form of voltage it’s purpose is served. Your voltage regulator for generator systems will help protect the genset itself from unwanted power surges and maintain it’s performance running optimally.
If you have any questions regarding your McPherson Controls voltage regulator for generator systems or your genset’s electrical transformer contact our team for assistance. Our diesel generator specialized have extensive experience working with high-end and custom gensets and their accessories and can expertly answer any of your queries.