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Automatic Voltage Regulator
and Line Conditioner
120/240V single phase 50/60Hz
19kVA thru 57kVA, variable transformer-type
The WHR Series is an extensive line of STABILINE® Voltage Regulators offered by Superior Electric. This line of regulators includes units for use on all AC power systems, up to 660 volt, currently in use throughout the world. An extensive range of standard sizes, features and options is included. Made in USA
WHR Series STABILINE Voltage Regulators maintain constant voltage to your equipment, even when the input voltage and system load vary widely.
All electronic and electrical equipment is designed to operate at a particular nominal voltage. If the actual voltage becomes too high or too low, equipment malfunction or failure will occur. WHR Series Voltage Regulators are a cost effective way of eliminating these problems. For a complete discussion of these regulators and how they solve many power system problems read the excellent factory product brochure at this link.
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Parameter WHRS22NSF12 WHRS22NSF14 WHRS22NSF16 Rated Output 19 kVA 38 kVA 57 kVA Regulation Input Voltage Range1 and frequency -20% to +10% of nominal,
Maximum Input at 240V - 20% 100A 200A 300A Recommended Input Circuit Breaker2 100A 2-pole 200A 2-pole 300A 2-pole Rated Output at 240V 80A 160A 240A Recommended Output Circuit Breaker 80A 2-pole 175A 2-pole 250A 2-pole Heat Generated at Full Load 665 BTU/hr
Warranty 2 years 2 years 2 years Dimensions - inches
W x D x H (encl designation)3
26 x 18 x 34 (C) 26 x 18 x 56 (E) 26 x 18 x 74 (F) Weight (net/shipping) 362 lbs / 412 lbs 580 lbs / 675 lbs 781 lbs / 831 lbs
1Unit will operate below -20% input Voltage but output Voltage will be less than 100%.
2Input breaker should be selected to withstand transformer inrush current of 6X to 10X full load current
for several cycles without tripping. If breaker has a low instantaneous trip region it could trip when the
regulator is first turned on. Contact NoOutage for assistance evaluating proposed input breaker.
3The enclosure designation matches the letters used on the outline drawing at the end of the factory product brochure.
What size WHR Series STABILINE Voltage Regulator is Needed?
Regulator sizing is based on the maximum load initially planned, plus a small amount for future expansion (about 10% to 25%), and occasionally some derating for special conditions. The load may be stated in current (Amperes) or kVA. The rating charts list both.
Several methods to determine the size regulator required are outlined in the factory product brochure beginning on page 16. If the regulator will be installed at the service entrance to carry the full electric service load then the service rating in Amps can usually be used as the maximum load. So, for a typical North American single phase 120/240V 200A service the rating would need to be 200A x 240V = 48,000VA or 48kVA. However, in many cases the service is way oversized for the actual building loads and an evaluation by an electrician may be able to show that a smaller capacity regulator would be sufficient. NoOutage can also provide technical assistance sizing the regulator.
When you are ready to place an order we recommend requesting a firm up-to-date quote with any additional options you may want. These regulators are built to order and therefore are not cancelable and cannot be returned.
Contact us about other ratings and options such as the following models:
WHR22NSD12 WHR22NSE12 WHR22NSF12 WHR22NSF14 WHR22NSF16 WHR22NSF24 WHR22NSF25 WHR22NSF26 WHR22NSF27 WHR22NSF28 WHR22NSF29 WHR22NSF38
WHR22WSE12 WHR22WSF12 WHR22WSF14 WHR22WSF16 WHR22WSF24 WHR22WSF25 WHR22WSF26 WHR22WSF27 WHR22WSF28 WHR22WSF29 WHR22WSF38
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