The safety aspect is crucial for the operation of reactive current facilities. Here, the secureC safety and maintenance concept is used. This innovative safety and maintenance concept by KBR combines several important functions to guarantee maximum safety and a high level of availability in the operation of a reactive current compensation unit.
Together with KBR quality products, special monitoring functions ensure the highest possible degree of availability. Moreover, if the web-based analysis software visual energy 4 is used, a detailed error analysis is possible from your own computer.
Safety is of crucial importance for reactive current compensation units. This is why KBR has developed the safety and maintenance concept secureC, which ensures the maximum availability of compensation units – even in networks heavily loaded with harmonics. The concept is based on KBR quality products which enable a reliable monitoring of resonance frequency, stage back-up fuses and ground contacts. A special temperature management system provides additional protection from breakdown. Moreover, if the web-based analysis software visual energy is used, a detailed error analysis is possible from your own computer. The secureC label of quality distinguishes such compensation units.
- Maximum availability of the unit
- High level of safety due to early error detection
- Automatic seamless monitoring of all components
- Extended warranty for your unit
secureC can be deployed with the multicomp reactive power controller to set up a compensation unit for up to 6 cabinets. multisio expansion modules can be connected to the basic module – for each basic module, 5 relay modules, 5 temperature modules and 6 current measuring modules can be connected. This makes it possible to control up to 24 stages. Other components of the secureC concept: multicond-UHPC capacitors and multiind filter circuit inductors– also developed and produced by KBR. The KBR ventilation concept, the web-based analysis software visual energy and the KBR support based on a maintenance contract complete the secureC concept