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What does DVR stand for?
DVR stands for Dynamic Voltage Restorer
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- Distributed Virtual Reality (computer networking)
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- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Domestic Violence Report (law enforcement)
- Double-Valve Replacement (medical)
- Dover (Amtrak station code; Dover, DE)
- Dual Voltage Relay (electrical equipment)
- Dynamic Voltage Regulator
- Digital Video Recording-Microsoft (file format)
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- Delaware Valley Radio Association
- Distance Vector Routing Algorithm
- Division of Vital Records Administration (New Hampshire)
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- Domestic Violence Research and Action Coalition (Denver, Colorado)
- Domestic Violence Review Advisory Committee (Canada)
- Douglas Valley Rural Activity Partnership (UK)
- Double Vodka Red Bull
Samples in periodicals archive:
2 Compensating Type Custom Power Devices: The most common compensating type of custom power devices include the distribution static compensator (D-STATCOM), active power filter (APF), dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) and unified power quality conditioner (UPQC).
A definitive solution to this problem at large power levels has been commonly called dynamic voltage restorer (DVR), under the rubric of the custom power concept introduced by EPRI .
Commonly, restoring method using Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) is done by compensating the voltage sags using series AC voltage [2,3].
These products include the PureWave UPS, PureWave(R) Source-Transfer System, PureWave DVR(TM) Dynamic Voltage Restorer, PureWave DSTATCOM(R) Distribution Static Compensator, and PureWave AVC(TM) Adaptive VAR Compensator.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- The burgeoning power quality industry, fuelled by increasing power quality needs, is driving the global dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) markets.
A PureWave DVR(TM) Dynamic Voltage Restorer from S&C Electric Company has been in service at the facility for almost two years.
This operation, located in Orlando, Florida, designs and manufactures dynamic voltage restorers (DVRs) and other power quality and stability devices for high-tech customers.