Power thyristors

Power thyristors TYA-200 – Jumo

TYA-200 The new microprocessor-based thyristor power unit from Jumo.
 
Thanks to the LC display with plain text that is provided as standard, configuration can be performed quickly and easily on the device. The menus are clearly and legibly structured, so that users rapidly become confident in handling the system, thus reducing initial setup times. Thanks to its new structure, a slim-size device is now available, with current ranges from 20 A to 250 A.

Pre-configuration is simple and uncomplicated via a mini USB connector at the front. There is no need to connect the device to an additional supply voltage, as power is supplied via the USB port available on a PC or laptop.
 
 
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Single-Phase thyristor power controller TYA-201 - Jumo

Jumo’s TYA 201 is a single-phase power controller for the control of resistive and inductive loads.
 
The Jumo TYA 201 represents the consistent development of power control technology.

All parameters of the control microprocessor are visible on the LCD display and can be accessed via the 4 front keys. TYA 201 thyristors for load currents up to 32A can be DIN rail mounted or wall mounted with appropriate mounting plate. Depending on the configuration in the program, the power controller thyristors operate in phase angle mode, with adjustable current limitation or in burst mode.
 
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Three-Phase thyristor power controller TYA 203 - Jumo

The Jumo TYA 203 is the result of consistent development of Jumo power controller technology and switches resistive and resistive/inductive loads (transformer) via a three-wire circuit.
 
The TYA 203 enables the wiring of the load in a star connection (with and without N conductor) or a delta connection. An open delta connection (six-conductor connection) can also be implemented. The microprocessor controlled power controller displays all parameters in an LCD display with background lighting and it can be operated using the 4 keys at the front.

Thyristor power controllers are used where larger resistive and ohmic-inductive loads have to be switched (e.g. in industrial furnace construction and plastics processing). The thyristor power controller with a load current of 20 A can either be clipped to a 35 mm mounting rail or fitted to the wall on a mounting plate. Devices with a load current greater than 20 A can only be mounted on the wall.
 
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