Our Products

Established in 1990 today SURYA is a Leading manufacturer of LT and HT Servo Voltage Stabilizers...

Distribution Transformers

Product Range

Range From 10 KVA To 9000 KVA 3 Phase (11/.433KV)

Standards

SURYA's transformers are designed and tested as per IS : 2026, BS - 171, IEC - 76 & IEC - 726.

Vector Group

Transformers will be connected as per vector group reference Dyn11. Other vector groups can be offered as per specific requirements

Terminal Arrangement

H. V. - Bare Bushings or Cable Box, L. V. - Bare Bushings or Cable Box. Disconnecting chambers can also be provided on both HV and LV Cable boxes.

Temperature Rise

SURYA's transformers are designed for a maximum temperature rise of 40 / 50 degree C of oil / winding. Lower temperature rise can be offered on request.

Servo Voltage Stabilizers

Surya Electro Controls is known for reliability and continuous improvement in the field of rolling contact type automatic voltage controller, servo voltage controller, automatic voltage stabilizer The systems are designed and supervised by a team of qualified engineers having more than 30 years of experience to achieve best possible quality and total customer's satisfaction.

Introduction

Inspire of best efforts, no state electricity board can ensure constant voltage to the customer because of long and inadequate distribution lines and irregular load pattern on distribution transformers. Generally Voltage is low during day time and high during night hours. Moreover on holidays, peak hours, rainy days and when agricultural and industrial load is switched off, the voltage rises sharply which is more dangerous.

This higher current affects the electrical motors (particularly smaller capacity motors upto 7.5 H.P.) in three ways

  • Higher current produces higher losses in electrical motors which cause premature failure of winding.
  • These higher losses of electric motors also increase the losses of cables, switches, transformers and other associated equipment.
  • For smooth continuous operation of motors, over load relays are usually set at 20% higher setting.

With the installation of the stabilizer and maintaining 390/400 volts, the motor will operate smoothly drawing 15 - 20% lesser current and correspondingly the relay setting can be reduced by 15 - 20%. In case single phasing occurs, the relay will trip in 40 - 50 seconds. The motors can withstand the high current for this period and will be safe. Also, the relays, contactors, switchgears, etc. incorporated with the motor will be safe.

Description of SURYA Make Automatic Voltage Controller

Servo Stabilizer / Servo Voltage Controller primarily consists of the following

Linear, plus / minus type vertical rolling contact voltage regulator

In our voltage regulator we are using heavy section of electrolytic grade rectangular copper strip instead of copper wire to minimize the losses & increase the efficiency of equipment. We are also using self lubricating carbon roller assemblies instead of ordinary carbon brushes which offer more reliability and trouble free performance of the equipment.

Double wound buck / boost type series transformer

In our Buck / Boost transformer we are using CRGO lamination to minimize iron losses. Coils of Buck / Boost transformer are wound with heavy section of multi strips electrolytic copper to minimize copper losses for getting better efficiency of the equipment.

Electonic control circuit and meterpanel

Automatic Servo Voltage Controller consists of very simple electronic control voltage circuit for monitoring and controlling voltage, repair & maintenance of which is very easy. The regulator and Buck / Boost transformer are oil cooled, housed in same or separate sheet steel tanks. Radiators are provided for effective cooling. The coils of voltage regulator & Buck / Boost Transformers are vacuum impregnated and oven dried as per IS.

Effect of Unbalanced Input Voltage between Phase to Phase

Industrial units situated in residential / commercial areas and not having their own distribution transformer, have the problem of unbalance input voltage between phase to phase and many have the problem of frequent failure of three phase motors. Normally unbalanced input voltage problem persists for few hours a day and will have the following effects on the three phase motors:

  • 1.With 5% Unbalanced Input Voltage between phase to phase - the LOAD will be unbalanced and the capacity of the motor reduces by 40%.
  • 1.Consumption of the three phase motor will increase by 20 - 25%.

To avoid frequent tripping of the overload relays and to continue production, setting of motor relay is kept higher than actual required. The motor (particularly smaller motors upto 7.5 H.P.) cannot withstand this high current for long time and in most cases the motor burns out and this high current flows through the relays, contactors, cables etc. resulting in failure of the same and in some of the cases may cause fire also.

The best option for such Units having Unbalanced input voltage, is to install servo voltage stabilizers and servo voltage controller with individual phase control.