Equipment Overview: SCR Power Controls (2019 edition)
Our Equipment Overview on SCR Power Controls, offered only online, provides a tool to compare and contrast suppliers.
Our Equipment Overview on SCR Power Controls, offered only online, provides a tool to compare and contrast suppliers. View online HERE.
For industrial process heating applications, the advantages of SCR power controllers outweigh their disadvantages. For example, SCR power controls provide high reliability and low maintenance requirements. Because the SCR is a solid-state device, the control does not have any moving parts that could wear out. Another advantage is its control options. Compared with an on/off electromechanical contactor, an SCR provides fast response and the ability to limit current and regulate load voltage, current or power. Disadvantages to using an SCR control can include low power factor, high harmonic currents and radio frequency interference (RFI) when using phase-fired power controllers.
Our annual Equipment Overview on SCR Power Controllers allows you to compare supplier offerings and find the controllers that meet your application’s requirements. To get started, visit HERE.