Harmonic Compensated and IGBT Compatible
  • Increase Drive System Reliability
  • Filter Power Line Disturbances
  • Reduce Harmonics
  • Reduce Surge Currents
  • Reduce dv/dt
  • Extend Transistor Life
  • Reduce Motor Noise and Temperature
  • Reduce Voltage Doubling Effects
  • Improve True Power Factor
  • Absorb Power Line Spikes
MTE RL reactors help keep your equipment running longer by absorbing many of the power line disturbances which otherwise damage or shut down your inverters, variable speed controllers, or other sensitive equipment. They are the modern technology solution to inverter and drive application problems. MTE reactors are harmonic compensated and IGBT protected to assure optimum performance in the presence of harmonics. They are very effective at reducing harmonics produced by inverters and drives, and in most cases will help you to meet IEEE 519. Use our harmonic compensated reactors on either the input or output of an adjustable speed drive/inverter. There is no need to derate our "harmonic compensated" reactors for harmonics.
  • Protect Motors from Long Lead Effects
  • Reduce Output Voltage dv/dt
  • Virtually Eliminate Nuisance Tripping
  • Extend Semiconductor Life
  • Reduce Harmonic Distortion
  • Reduce Surge Currents
  • Reduce Motor Temperature
  • Reduce Motor Audible Noise
  • Improve True Power Factor
  • Helps Meet IEEE 519 or EN 61000-3-4

MTE reactors are manufactured to exacting standards and are UL recognized. All UL approvals are for USA and Canada.
UL-508 File #E180243, open and enclosed up to 2400A
All higher current reactors offer UL recognized insulation systems and construction.
3% impedance reactors are typically sufficient to absorb power line spikes and motor current surges. They will prevent nuisance tripping of drives or circuit breakers in most applications.
5% impedance reactors are best for reducing harmonic currents and frequencies. Use them when you must comply with IEEE 519, to reduce motor operating temperature, or to reduce motor noise.

NOTE: The true effective impedance of the reactor changes with actual fundamental current.
Three-phase RL Line/Load Selection Tables here:
1 - 10 HP   15 - 100 HP   125 - 750 HP
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