Generator Control

Generator Controls, Synchronizers, Load Sharer, Synchroscope, Re-Active Load Sharer.

Any complex piece of machinery requires a user interface to enable the user to monitor its operations, check for efficient functioning, and intervene when required. Machines overheat, slow down, speed up or generally vary in their performance based on numerous factors such as fatigue, weather conditions, and the wear and tear of components and parts.

In electrical machines, like generators, these varying changes constitute an electrical signal. Additional information about generators and their components can also be found in the article, These signals can be intelligently processed to control the performance of the machine.  Generator Controls have sensors that can detect changes in physical attributes like heat and speed and generate signals accordingly. Modern generators also have similar sensors to detect changes in all kinds of various parameters. These can be used to control the generator through a control panel.

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