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Where and How are Line Reactors Connected?

If used on the output side of a drive, the Line Reactor is connected in series with the motor leads which run from the drive to the motor.

If used on the input side of a drive for non-harmonic applications (a Trap/filter is not used), then the Line Reactor is connected in series with the power leads to the drive and should be on the load side of the drive disconnect.

If used on the input side of a drive motor for harmonic applications (a Trap/filter is used), then the Line Reactor is connected in series with the power leads to the drive and on the line side of the Trap/filter.

Our 3 phase Line Reactors are connected by three (3) input terminals labeled "A1", "B1" and "C1" for the line side and three (3) output terminals labeled "A2", "B2" and "C2". These terminals are uniquely designed with a heavy-duty plastic shield covering them.


MYRON ZUCKER INC. products are designed to:

  • Improve power factor
  • Eliminate utility penalties or surcharges
  • Increase available distribution capacity
  • Mitigate harmonic distortion
  • Protect sensitive equipment
  • Decrease downtime
  • Reduce line losses and associated cost
  • Comply with industry standards

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