Simple generator AVR wiring diagram

Simple generator AVR is dedicated to the voltage regulation of simple generators. Simple generator wiring diagram, structure and working principle generator usually consists of stator, rotor, end cover and bearings and other components. The stator consists of the stator core, wire wrapped windings, seat and other structural parts that hold these parts in place. The rotor consists of the rotor core (or pole, choke) winding, guard ring, center ring, slip ring, fan and shaft. The stator and rotor of the generator are connected and assembled by bearings and end caps, so that the rotor can rotate in the stator and do the movement of cutting magnetic lines of force, thus generating the induced potential, which is led through the terminals and connected in the circuit, then the current is generated. To be precise, alternating current cannot be stored directly, but it can be stored in other ways. AC power can be rectified into DC power, charged into the storage battery, and then converted into AC power through the inverter when needed. Electricity from the power plant is sent out for a certain amount of time per unit, while AC electricity is very difficult to store. At the peak of the electricity caused by the electricity load is too large, affecting the normal operation of the power plant power supply equipment, while the trough, due to the reduction of the electricity load, AC power and can not be stored directly, resulting in a great waste of electricity issued by the power plant. The formation of the peak when there is no electricity, a large amount of electricity wasted at low times of the situation. In order to solve this contradiction, the state encourages the use of electricity in the low valley. Transfer part of the peak load to the low valley. The following is a simple generator AVR wiring diagram:

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