fixed capacitor

fixed capacitor

[¦fikst kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A capacitor having a definite capacitance value that cannot be adjusted.
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From the system view, this mode supplements capacitors to the line up to closely three times the fixed capacitor. This is the normal operating mode of TCSC.
For single phase motor a promising method is to emulate a variable capacitor, starting from a fixed capacitor and the value of this being modified by electronic variable duty cycle commutating it at a higher frequency
We notice that one may be below the target factor sometimes, because this may allow one to choose a smaller fixed capacitor, as opposed to a larger switched capacitor bank.
The StacoVAR[R] ME line of fixed capacitor assemblies provides power factor improvement for applications from 2 to 200 kvar.
In fixed frequency oscillators, the varactor and its bias choke and bypass capacitor are replaced with a single fixed capacitor, and capacitor [C.sub.TF] is eliminated.