The ADF P300 is the ideal active filter for small and medium size commercial and industrial loads. It is a powerhouse solution and the best choice for most applications because it is such a general purpose active filter.
The state-of-the-art performance of our active filter technology comes encased in a compact cabinet. Each ADF P300 system is delivered with 90-450 A optimization power and the modular design makes it easy and convenient to add future upgrades.
ADF P300 units can be configured using the built-in WUI (Web User Interface). No software needs to be installed on your computer to perform commissioning. All that is needed is a computer with an ethernet port and an ethernet cable.
In addition to the WUI, you can interface to the standard hardware using Modbus TCP (license key is required). You can start/stop the system, read out power quality data, and change control parameters and settings via fieldbus. The flexible functionality allows integration to overlying control such as a PLC or SCADA systems. The overlying system can change control parameters, or change compensation sets on the fly. This is useful in for example marine- and generator applications.
Other fieldbus interfaces (such as Profibus, Profinet) are available on request.
Comsys AB does not assume any responsibility for use of any product or method described and also reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice in order to improve design and supply the best possible products.
Case Stories where ADF P300 have been used
Based on harmonic calculations, one active harmonic filter of the type ADF P300-360/480 was selected for each of the three feeders.
With the multiple generators and drives online, the electrical load is heavy and demanding — creating a need for a filter solution that will continuously track the load and adapt, in all operating conditions.
After experiencing sudden unplanned production stops, and worried about the risk of increased total voltage harmonic distortion on production, UNILIN explored implementing a power quality solution.
While the Max Lab IV modulators would be unaffected without compensation, neighboring industries and residences and the Max Lab IV facility itself would be impacted with electrical disturbances, machine tripping, and equipment breakdown due to the unstable power supply.
As with most vessels, onboard space (and especially space available for an installation) is a valuable commodity. With the very small size of Fox Luna, Comsys faced the added challenge of providing an effective solution in tight quarters.
To achieve compliance, TiZir supplied background information to Comsys so that they could conduct a sizing/assessment for them. Comsys then made a recommendation regarding which ADF Power Tuning solutions would be right for this scenario, and TiZir accepted.
It is extremely important to meet regulatory standards in the offshore industry, and with ADF Power Tuning, Rowan Gorilla VI not only meets today’s standards, it goes beyond that.
The task was very challenging due to the rapidly fluctuating load, and the many different load patterns that could occur width such a high number of welding machines.
A goldmine in Kalgoorlie had found a way of extracting more gold from the excavated ore. This required pumping water from another location, and a large variable speed drive was installed to control the pump.
One of the main challenges was that the Svedala operation began in 1882. It is a complex process to turn a 150+ year old industrial site into a modern operation.