Why voltage regulation is necessary
A variable transformer allows the manual adjustment of the AC output voltage from an AC power supply.
Most common use cases are applications where fine tuning of the voltage is required as:
Sensitive appliances as music equipment or measuring devices.
Additional thermostatic control for more efficient heating and cooling on heaters and air conditioners.
Dimming and controlling lightning.
Operating motors and compressors at constant voltage, which is essential for the right functioning.
Stress testing equipment with uncommon voltages.
Bronson variable transformers are perfect for sensitive appliances
Through a new generation of toroidal transformers technology, with stable and distortion free AC pure sine wave outputs.
Bronson VC Series
For 230V inputs, it can be adjusted between 0V and 300V to the required output voltage.
Input: 230V AC
Output: 0V to 300V AC
4A - 40A rated output current
EU and UK input plugs/output sockets available on smaller models
Screw terminal for input connection on bigger models
All models have output connection via screw terminal
Toroidal transformer with 90% transmission efficiency
Common Use Cases
Regulate the speed of motors and pumps
Adjust the voltage in heating systems
Dimming on complex lighting systems
Testing and repairing of electrical equipment