The TGE MX341 is an automatic voltage regulator (AVR) equivalent to the STAMFORD MX341 and that is compatible with a wide range of Stamford alternators. It is a two-phase sensing AVR that provides closed loop control by sensing the alternator output voltage at the main stator windings and adjusting the exciter stator field strength.
The MX341 has a number of features that make it a versatile and reliable AVR, including:
- Isolation from the effects of non-linear loads: The MX341 provides isolation from the effects of non-linear loads, such as variable frequency drives (VFDs) and power factor correction (PFC) devices. This helps to improve the stability of the generator and reduce the risk of over-voltage.
- Improved motor starting performance: The MX341 provides improved motor starting performance by increasing the generator output voltage during the motor start-up phase. This helps to reduce the current drawn from the power grid and reduces the risk of a power outage.
- Sustained short circuit current: The MX341 is able to sustain short circuit currents up to 10 times the rated output current. This helps to protect the generator from damage in the event of a short circuit.
The MX341 is a reliable and versatile AVR that is ideal for a wide range of applications. It is easy to install and maintain, and it is backed by a comprehensive warranty.
Here are some additional features of the Stamford MX341 AVR:
- Soft start: The MX341 has a soft start feature that helps to prevent voltage spikes and surges during generator startup.
- Damping and stability circuits: The MX341 has damping and stability circuits that help to prevent the generator from oscillating or becoming unstable.
- Remote voltage trimmer: The MX341 can be equipped with a remote voltage trimmer, which allows the user to fine-tune the output voltage of the generator.
The Stamford MX341 AVR is a high-quality AVR that is ideal for a wide range of applications. It is reliable, versatile, and easy to use.