Industrial inverters that can be combined into
complex, distributed power systems
Triphase offers interfaces with commercially of the shelf inverter stacks from different vendors. A inverter stack is an assembly of power semiconductors, gate drivers, cooling and optionally measurements. With the DPS inverter stack interface users can directly control the PWM dutycycles in combination with real time data acquisition of the measurements based on a Matlab/Simulink™ model.
DPS supports synchronization of multiple inverter stacks over the DPS real-time network. All systems can be controlled from a single real-time target (RTT) control unit.
- User-friendly programming in Matlab/SimulinkTM
- Wide power range (kW-MW range) supported off the shelf.
- Integrated with other DPS components allows swift realization of complex power systems
- Commercially off the shelf inverter stacks offer global support, maintenance manuals and spare parts.
- Built in Safety features such as overvoltage, overcurrent and overtemperature protection
With these benefits, DPS inverter stacks combine the best of two worlds. Mature, proven hardware and full software flexibility.
Supported Inverter Stacks
KEB COMBIVERT F5®Controlled and regulated drive controllers according to the "all in one" principle for applications up to 900 kW.
In the COMBIVERT F5 series, Triphase replaces the original controller with a network-enabled interface to gain access to the inverter low level controls and measurements.
Contact us for availability.Most Compact Power Electronics System “off-the-shelf” for e-mobility.
In the Semikron SKAI, Triphase replaces the original controller with a network-enabled interface to gain access to the inverter low level controls and measurements.
Contact us for availability.Most powerful IPM on the market.
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