Compensation Currents

Compensation Currents

 

horizontal movements of water masses that make up for loss of water in a given part of an ocean, sea, or lake.

Compensation currents may develop in both the surface and deep-lying layers of the water. The inter-trade-wind (equatorial) countercurrents of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian oceans are examples of compensation currents.

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The filters are available in 3-phase/3-wire as well as 3-phase/4-wire configurations for 480V and 400V grids respectively and with rated compensation currents from 30A to 300A.
ECOsine(TM) Active filters continuously measure and analyze disturbances in the power network and provide an exactly opposite compensation current.

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