Single Phase DC
Single Phase, Phase Angle:
In phase angle control, each SCR of the back-to-back pair is turned on for a variable portion of the half-cycle that it conducts. Power is regulated by advancing or delaying the point at which the SCR is turned on within each half cycle. Light dimmers are an example of Phase-Angle control.
|Model||Phases||Firing Mode||Output||Current Low||Current High||Highlights|
|FUSION Single Phase (DC) Power Controller||Single phase||Phase angle||DC||45||1 080||
24 - 600 Vac. A microprocessor-based DC SCR controller operating both analog and digital interfaces. A phase angle fired controller which linearly controls, with respect to the setpoint, the DC voltage, current, or true power applied to an electrical load. Control is achieved by means of a half controlled SCR bridge.
|1825 DC Power Controller||Single phase||Phase angle||DC||10||30||
120 - 240 Vac. Analog SCR Controller. Accepts mA commands. 120Hz fullwave DC output.
|1822 DC Power Controller||Single phase||Phase angle||DC||10||30||
120 - 240 Vac. Analog SCR Controller. Accepts Vdc or potentiometer commands. 120Hz fullwave DC output.
|1802 / 1805 DC Power Controller||Single phase||Phase angle||DC||10||40||
120 - 570 Vac. Analog SCR Controller. Accepts Vdc or potentiometer commands. 60Hz halfwave DC output.