Synchronizing Unit 60 HZ
The synchronizing unit is used in teaching electrical technology where a synchronizing switch is required for alternator synchronization. Following the connection of the synchronizing unit with two different three phase power supplies, three built-in red lamps on the front panel signal the phase sequence and the frequency gap between the two supply units. Protected by a circuit breaker. The synchronizing unit is housed in a totally enclosed, stackable and portable half-size modular cabinet. Schematic diagrams and specifications are silk-screened onto the back of the front panel of each unit. Interconnections between components and connections are made through standard color coded safety sockets with banana plug jumper wires.
Educational Advantages of Synchronizing Unit 60 HZ
Technical Specifications of Synchronizing Unit 60 HZ