Nuclear Phase High Voltage Electric Display Device Indicator Easy Operation

Place of Origin WENZHOU
Brand Name QIUPU
Certification IEC
Model Number DX8D-Q(T)
Minimum Order Quantity 100 PCS
Packaging Details Cartons
Delivery Time 5 Days
Payment Terms T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability 5000PCS/Month
Product Details
Material Plastic Rated Voltage 3.6kV-40.5kV
Work Voltage 110V/220V Rated Current 16A
Color Gray Nuclear Phase 3P
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Product Description

DXN8D-Q(T) Nuclear High Voltage Indicator with Switchgear equipment

Item Technical data
Rated voltage (KV) 3.6 7.2   24 40.5
Rated frequency(Hz) 50
Insulator(capacity) insulating Frequency withstand voltage 5 min (KV) 25 32 42   100
Frequency withstand voltage 1 min (V) 2000
Lighting impulse withstand voltage (KV) 40 60 75   185
Rated Current 16A
Phase 3 P
   

 

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    The old type of high-voltage electric display device with mandatory electrical latching, which is too simple in principle, consists of half wave rectifying and directly combining the signals from the A, B and C phase sensors to control the latching circuit. In this way, when the system has an anomaly of single phase grounding or absence phase, the drift of the locked-in control voltage can lead to the accident of the electrically connected grounding switch. Most of the neon high-voltage electric display devices installed in the project are made of plastic cases and are installed in the space between high-voltage devices. Once a short circuit is released inside the switchboard in the course of operation, the high temperature arc may melt the plastic cases of the devices and injure the operators or maintenance personnel. The old type of high-voltage electric display device with mandatory electrical latching, which is too simple in principle, consists of half wave rectifying and directly combining the signals from the A, B and C phase sensors to control the latching circuit. In this way, when the system has an anomaly of single phase grounding or absence phase, the drift of the locked-in control voltage can lead to the accident of the electrically connected grounding switch.