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What is a dual output Harmonic Mitigating Transformer?

Like a standard HMT, a dual put HMT minimizes the voltage distortion rise due to the transformer itself. Harmonic Mitigating Transformers (HMTs) are designed to reduce the impedance seen by the harmonic currents. This is accomplished through zero sequence flux cancellation and through phase shifting. The secondary winding configuration of the HMT cancels the zero sequence fluxes; those produced by the 3rd, 9th, 15th (triplen) current harmonics, without coupling them to the primary windings.

This prevents the triplen current harmonics from circulating in the primary windings as they do in a delta-wye transformer. The flux cancellation also results in much lower impedance to the zero sequence currents and hence lower voltage distortion at these harmonics. In addition, the reduced primary winding circulating current will lower losses and allow the transformer to run cooler.

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