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|Country of Origin||Made in India|
A Constant Voltage Transformer (CVT) is a type of voltage regulator used to provide a stable and constant output voltage even when the input voltage fluctuates or varies. It is primarily used to protect sensitive electronic equipment and devices from voltage fluctuations and disturbances.
The CVT operates on the principle of ferroresonance, utilizing a magnetic device to stabilize the output voltage. It consists of a ferroresonant transformer and an electromagnetic regulator. The ferroresonant transformer is designed to work in a state of magnetic saturation, which helps maintain a nearly constant output voltage despite changes in the input voltage.
The key advantages of a Constant Voltage Transformer include its ability to provide excellent isolation between the input and output, its robustness and ability to handle high inrush currents, and its capacity to provide continuous voltage regulation without the need for moving parts or complex control systems.
CVTs are commonly used in various applications where a stable power supply is critical, such as in sensitive electronic equipment, medical instruments, telecommunications systems, and industrial machinery, where even minor fluctuations in voltage can cause significant damage or operational disruptions. They are also used in areas where the quality of the power supply is poor or where there are frequent voltage variations.