Inverters

for Industry, Telecom and Data/IT

Modular Three Phase Inverter System
INVERTRONIC modular

Modular Three Phase Inverter System
 – Range INVERTRONIC modular

More and more mission critical loads in information, telecommunication and industrial applications demand continuous power protection and availability in the event of mains failure and reasonable power quality in the event of critical mains conditions. On the public network, major loads as well as lightning strikes, generate dynamic overvoltages, undervoltages, sags / brownouts and transients.

General Features

General Features

  • three phase
  • IGBT inverters
  • use of existing battery & 
rectifier infrastructure
  • power range: 10 kVA to 180 kVA
  • input voltages
    • 48 V, 110 V, 220 V
  • output voltages
    • 120/208 V +N ± 5 % adjustable (10 kVA module)
    • 230/400 V +N ± 5 % adjustable
  • 19“ module
  • compact, modular, fail-safe
  • circuit design
    • Digital controller
  • block diagram of the modular construction of INVERTRONIC modular inverter systems

 


Principle of the modular parallel architecture

Maximum Availability

Maximum Availability

  • n+1 redundancy
  • stand-alone modules
  • extensive signalling and 
monitoring functions
  • static bypass switch
  • service bypass
  • high quality of output power 
(parameters)
  • galvanically 
isolated

Highest Economic Efficiency

Highest Economic Efficiency

  • energy-efficient
  • easy adaptation of system power
  • low volume and weight
  • hot Plug
  • plug and play

 

Comparison of redundant parallel inverter configurations. INVERTRONIC modular to traditional stand-alone inverter systems.
Comparison of redundant parallel inverter configurations. INVERTRONIC modular to traditional stand-alone inverter systems.

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