Electric reactors for air conditioners
Reactors are also called inductors. When a conductor is energized, it will generate a magnetic field in the space it occupies, so all current-carrying electrical conductors have a general sense of sensitivity. However, the inductance of the long straight conductor is small, and the generated magnetic field is not strong. Therefore, the actual reactor is a wire wound into a solenoid form, called a hollow reactor.
1. Capacitive effects on light no-load or light-load lines to reduce the transient overvoltage of power frequency;
2. Improve the voltage distribution on long-distance transmission lines;
3. so that the reactive power in the line at light load as much as possible to balance on the ground to prevent irrational flow of reactive power while also reducing the power loss on the line;
4. to prevent the phenomenon of self-excitation resonance of generators with long lines;