MTE Solutions Catalog

Versión descargable del catálogo de soluciones de MTE Este catálogo proporciona una descripción completa de todos los productos de calidad de energía de MTE. Incluye descripciones generales del producto, así como tablas de selección para reactores, filtros de armónicos, filtros de protección del motor y productos de administración de energía. Descargue el catálogo de soluciones (el…

Upcoming Tradeshows

August 26 – 29, 2019 Autotestcon – National Harbor, Maryland MTE will have a booth exhibit at the show. November 20 & 21, 2019 Rockwell Automation Automation Fair – Chicago, Illinois MTE will have a booth exhibit at the show.

CE Declaration of Conformity

Reactors: ce-declaration-of-conformity-rl-reactor-rlw-reactor Matrix Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-matrix-ap Matrix APAX Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-matrix-apax SineWave Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-sinewave-guardian dV Sentry Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-dv-sentry EMI-RFI 3 Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-emi-rfi-filters-rf3 EMI-RFI 4 Filters: ce-declaration-of-conformity-emi-rfi-filters-rf4    

IEEE-519 2014 Revision Summary of key changes for Harmonic Mitigation

PURPOSE IEEE-519 is a system guideline for setting limits on voltage and current distortion. This document outlines the changes in IEEE-519 relative to harmonic mitigation. ABOUT IEEE-519 2014 REVISION The last version of the IEEE-519 standard is from 1992. Overall, the 2014 version has been simplified when compared to the 1992 version. It relaxed the… Read more »

Reactor %Z impedance derivation

Reactor %Z impedance derivation The reactor is an inductive component that is identified and sized by a ratio of its reactive impedance to the applied circuit impedance: (see equations 1 & 2). Reactors by themselves don’t have a % impedance value only by applying the reactor inductance and a current rating to an application with… Read more »

MTE Expands the Matrix® AP Product Family – With High Current Harmonic Filters

Expanded Harmonic Filters with Patented Active Passive Technology Mitigate Harmonics for a Wide Range of Power Loads – Helps Customers Meet IEEE-519 Requirements Menomonee Falls, WI – July 16, 2014 – MTE Corporation, a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-efficiency electrical power quality solutions for commercial and industrial applications, today announces the extension… Read more »

Upcoming Trade shows – 2016

WEFTEC: New Orleans, Louisiana, Sept 24-28, Booth #710 (Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference) Rockwell Automation Fair 2016: Atlanta, Georgia, Nov 9 – 10, Booth #325

How to Measure Inductance of a Three Phase Reactor

By Wayne Walcott – The basic equation that defines the inductance relation is shown using the accompanying schematic: Inductance in Henrys = VM(1-3)/AM(1-3) x 2 x Π X 60 Hertz The test setup consists of a variable high current 3 phase 60 hertz supply with meters for voltage and current connected as shown. The test…

How to Use a 3-Phase Line Reactor for a Single-Phase Application

MTE three-phase Line / Load Reactors can be used for single-phase applications by routing each of the two supply conductors through an outside coil, and leaving the center coil disconnected.  The illustration below demonstrates how a 3-phase line reactor can be used for a single-phase application. Using the mathematical method below you can calculate the inductance to…