Generator - Generator Synchronization Application
Generator synchronization; two or more generators are combinated at the same busbar and share the active/reactive load in proportion to their power in order to ensure a smooth and optimized supply of the monited operating load.
Figure-1 Generator - Generator Synchronization Single Line Diagram
Mains - Generator Synchronization Application
Mains - Generator Synchronization
According to the operating needs, depending on the apllication, the generator automatically starts to take the load. After the mains is on, the load transferred to the mains softly.
Figure-2 Generator - Mains Synchronization Single Line Diagram
Multiple Mains - Generator Synchronization
In case the load powered by the generator and mains return, generator synchronized to the mains by the synchronous control system and the load is steadily transfered from the generator to the mains within a defined time. If the numer of network is more than one, the network synchronous and transfer softly from the smallest network to the largest one.
Figure- 3 Multiple Generator - Mains Synchronization Single Line Diagram
Advantages of Synchronous Systems
The system constited by synchronizing small power generator sets has advantage more than use of a single generator with big power.
• Cost optimization and low first investment budget
• Fuel optimization; in synchronous system with power analysis, the generators will remain active as long as necessary, preventing use excess fuel
• More dependable system; in case your system has two or more generators, it is possible to supply priority loads in case of a single generator failure
• Service and maintenance easiness; compared to standart generators, synchronous generators operate less due to equal aging run. Maintenance costs are reduced by almost half