series mode surge suppression

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series mode surge suppression

A surge protection method that absorbs most of the excessive voltage rather than diverting it. See surge suppression.
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It retains the all-electric mode, the series mode where it slips from petrol engine to all-electric when needed and the parallel mode where both work in tandem.
It can be observed from the literature that the main form of the solar-driven cogeneration system is in series mode, as shown in Figure 2.
The derivation of [T.sup.*] in series mode to series-parallel mode is similar to (19) and (22):
This optimised trial duration illustrates the transition to series mode for the multi-mission frigates.
Products using "series mode" filter designs exhibit much better suppression, higher, safer MCOV ratings and exceptional endurance.
Pure mode will power all four wheels electrically, while Series mode will involve the petrol engine assisting the motors as a generator, and Parallel mode will utilise both the engine and electric motor power for maximum performance.
Instead, you get a Challenge Series mode, whose strictly defined win parameters offer little re-playability once beaten.
Channels 1 and 2 also can be configured for tracking, parallel, or series operation to provide the equivalent of six power supplies: isolated mode where each of the three outputs functions independently, tracking mode where the channels provide the same but isolated outputs, parallel mode where the channels combine to provide a single 0 to 32 V/0 to 6 A output, and series mode where the two outputs combine to provide one 0 to 64 V/0 to 3 A output.
Other features of the drive system include two drive modes: a parallel mode which assists in uphill travel using a slower speed with maximum torque; and a series mode which is ideal for operation on flat, level ground, operating at a higher travel speed with less torque.
When fully charged they are switched to a series mode, multiplying the voltage to 2.1 volts and flashing an LED to show that sufficient power could be generated to produce a useable result.
Series mode allows you to move through each series of races with terrain and vehicles varying.