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The problem of the switching capacity increase can be generally solved also by reed switch synchronous commutation - for the AC application, and by putting the reed switch into the control circuit of the solid-state (amplifying) key - for the DC and AC applications. 4 HYBRID HV COMMUTATION DEVICES The arc-free high voltage commutation device, Fig. 15, consists of the synchronizer SYN; two RG-relays HI and H2, based on HV reed switches (5 kV); and diode chain VD3. The output reed switch in the RG-relay can be either of the NO or NC type.

All reed switch contacts in this device are connected in series. Each of these contacts is located in a special cell in the insulation body, Fig. 12, filled with an epoxy compound. The control unit of the device provides current-free commutation of a highvoltage circuit: disconnected HV power supply (2,3) from a low voltage network before commutation HV load 1, and restored low voltage circuit after commutation of HV load. 13 HV reed switch based commutation device. B-B 1 - HV reed switches; 2 - operation coils; 3 - ferromagnetic core; 4- insulation walls between cells; 5 - epoxy compound; 6- insulation wall between reed switches and coil; 7 - insulation body.

With lower resistance value the mentioned electro-magnetic device is not switched off upon contacts breaking, moreover the arc arresting becomes inefficient as the resistance is increased. In this case it is very advantageous to use a non-linear resistor - varistor (Fig. 19b), or Zener doide included in this circuit and acting in a similar way (Fig. 19d), featuring high resistance in the initial state which is automatically reduced with the increase of the voltage applied to them. Often the scheme with resistor-capacitor circuit shown in Fig.

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