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overvoltage

(ˈəʊvəˌvəʊltɪdʒ)
n
(Electrical Engineering) a voltage above the normal level
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Along with adding breadth and depth to Bourns' industry-leading overvoltage and overcurrent protection portfolio, KEKO-Varicon brings a strong employee base, superior overvoltage protection technologies, expanded R and D, and production facility assets as part of the acquisition.
When the aircraft is equipped with VR-1010-24-1A regulators allowed by Service Instruction 0766-354, Rev II, the overvoltage testing procedure is not achievable.
This uncertainty of the initial conditions makes the transient process unpredictable after switching, and the appearance of internal overvoltage is unexpected.
PRINCIPLE OF OVERVOLTAGE DETECTION AND IGBT DELAY COMPENSATION
* In the Middle East, the summer months, especially June and July, August see the most sun, heat and humidity * Electricity demand is high during these months and the chances of power cuts or power surges are more frequent* How can you protect your valuable home and office equipment from the potential damage caused by a power cut?* The price of surge suppressors is well below the damage caused by overvoltage
Catering to the overclockers' infinite need for system information, the EP45-Extreme boards incorporate an 80 Port Debug LED, overclocking alert LEDs, overvoltage alert LEDs and also temperature alert LEDs.
Among the devices are high-voltage reed relays responding to the current changing rate, overcurrent and overvoltage protection modules, and high-current pulse transducer for metal-oxide surge arresters.
The resulting new series of converters represents an upgrade of our existing products, with added functions such as parallel operation support and overvoltage protection.
With remote sensing, overvoltage protection and current limit protection on the output, all modules in this series are adjustable within an operating temperature range of -40[degrees]F to 167[degrees]F.
Nevertheless, maximum temporary (50 Hz) overvoltage does not appear with bolted earth faults, but with fault with approximately [R.sub.F] = 20 [OMEGA] (overvoltage factor 1.87).
The controller can measure a number of system parameters, including bus status, battery status, rectifier and load current, overvoltage, rectifier failure, AC power fail, and battery overtemperature.