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Switched Power Factor Correction
GE's Low Voltage GEMATIC™ multistep power factor equipment automatically maintains the desired power factor level, adjusting to the system load requirements in selected kvar steps.

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GEMACTIVE Active Harmonic Filters
The GEMACTIVE filter is a dynamically responsive product designed to allow compliance with IEEE 519 standards. These active filters inject current and/or reactive power to an electrical system to minimize harmonic distortion while maximizing power factor.

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Type GEM® capacitors feature multiple cells, which are assembled in parallel in an enclosure suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications (NEMA 12 and NEMA 3). The metallized polypropylene film dielectric system provides an instantaneous self-healing action and greatly reduces energy losses.

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Fixed Motor and Pump PFC
These low voltage GEM type capacitors are designed primarily for power factor correction at the motor. Fixed Power Factor Correction with harmonic filters are also available for harmonic rich environments.

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GEMATIC Quick Response Fast Switching PFC
Quick Response, transient free reactive compensation/harmonic filtering systems. Transient free group switching using electronic switching elements provides fast reacting harmonic filtration.

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GEMTRAP Fixed PFC with Harmonic Filter
The GEMTRAP® line of fixed, harmonically suppressed capacitors permits the installation of power factor correction capacitors on systems with nonlinear load components.

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Matrix Harmonic Filter
GE Matrix Harmonic Filters provide broadband reduction of harmonics. Matrix Harmonic Filters not only offer better performance over other broad band filtering and 12-pulse and 18-pulse harmonic reduction techniques, but are also suitable for a wider range of applications.

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