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Mirus International Inc.

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Since 1991, Mirus International Inc. has been a supplier of specialized power quality products to reduce or eliminate harmonic problems and save energy in electrical power distribution systems worldwide. As true innovators, our unique approach to harmonic mitigation has produced many patented designs useful in addressing the problems associated with harmonic generating non-linear loads such as computers, telecom equipment, broadcasting equipment and variable speed drives (VSD).

If you are looking for Mirus Harmonic Filters, please call us at (800) 894-0412 or email us at info@clrwtr.com we will do our best to help you find the Mirus Harmonic Filter that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for Mirus Transformer technical information (data-sheets) please use the Product Selection Guide page link.

Description File Size
Mirus LINEATOR AUHF Series Advanced Filters 879 KB
Mirus Lineator 1Q3 (SUHF) Series Filters 541 KB
Mirus HARMONY Series Harmonic Transformers 53 KB
Mirus Eliminator NCE & CNCE Series Filters 101 KB
Mirus Drive Tamer Series Transfromers 63 KB
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The Reduction of the Low Harmonic Current Emission to the rated THiD implies, that the THvD of the non-in uenced mains voltage is lower than 2% and the ratio of short circuit power to installed load (R SCE ) is at least 66%. Under these conditions the THiD of the mains current of the frequency converter is reduced to 10% or 5% (typical values at nominal load). If these conditions are not or only partially fulfilled,