Orion

Standard features



















































Voltage stabilisation Independent phase control
Selectable output voltage (dip-switch)* 220-230-240V (L-N) / 380-400-415V (L-L)
Output voltage accuracy ±0,5%
Frequency 50Hz ±5% or 60Hz ±5%
Admitted load variation Up to 100%
Admitted load imbalance 100%
Cooling Natural air ventilation up to 45kVA ±15%
Aided with fans from 60kVA ±15%
Ambient temperature -25/+45°C
Storage temperature -25/+60°C
Max relative humidity 95% (non condensing)
Admitted overload 200% 2 min.
Harmonic distortion None introduced
Colour RAL 7035
Protection degree IP 21
Instrumentation Output digital multimetre
Installation Indoor
Overvoltage protection Output Class II surge arrestor (over 60kVA ±15%)

* The output voltage can be adjusted by choosing one of the indicated values.
Such choice sets the new nominal value as a reference for all the stabilizer parameters.

Accessories
  • Interrupting devices
  • Load protection against over/undervoltage
  • Manual by-pass line
  • Input isolating transformer
  • SPD surge arrestor
  • EMI/RFI filters
  • Neutral point reactor
  • IP54 protection degree for indoor and outdoor installation

Orion stabilizers are available for different ranges of input voltage fluctuation.

Standard models offer a double input connection so that with the same unit two different input variations (±1 5%/±20% or ±25%/±30%) can be dealt with.

The output voltage regulation is performed independently on each phase (stabilization of each phase- to-neutral voltage).

Orion stabilizers are used with three-phase loads and single-phase loads with 100% current imbalance across the phases and asymmetrical mains voltage.

For the correct operation, Orion voltage stabilizers require the neutral wire presence. Operation without neutral wire connection is achievable by adding a device able to generate it (D/Yn isolating transformer or neutral point reactor).

An automatic circuit breaker is mounted on the regulation circuit to protect against overload and short circuit on the voltage regulator, whilst the auxiliary circuit is protected by fuses.

The instrumentation consists of a multi-task digital line analyser. Such instrument is able to provide with information regarding the voltage stabilizer output parametres, such as phase and linked voltage, current, power factor, active power, apparent power, reactive power, etc..

The alarms (min/max output voltage, gearmotor lock, internal overheating, regulator overload) are recognizable by means of LEDs on the control card.

Voltage control and stabilisation, performed on the true RMS value, are managed by the digital microprocessor.

Each phase of every stabilizer belonging to this range is controlled by the same control board used on Vega and Antares models, thus simplifying maintenance operations and spare parts storage.

Up to 45kVA, the stabilizers are equipped with wheels for easy handling.

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