flowBOOST4w Power ModulesNovember 11, 2015 by EE Power Editorial
This article introduces Vincotech's flowBOOST4w modules for UPS and other three-phase PFC applications from 100 to 200kVA and 20kHz switching frequencies.
Symmetrical boost stage, onboard capacitors, optional snubber diodes and low inductive interface for 100 to 200 kVA three-phase PFC applications
Vincotech, a supplier of module-based solutions for power electronics, today announced the release of its new flowBOOST4w modules designed for UPS and other three-phase PFC applications with power ratings from 100 to 200 kVA and switching frequencies from 8 to 20 kHz.
These modules serve online UPS and other applications requiring three-phase, three-level active PFC where high conversion efficiency and switching frequencies are needed to cut the size and cost of PFC chokes. Onboard capacitors prevent destructive turn-off voltage overshooting. An optional snubber diode and a low inductive interface support switching lossregeneration. The latter also enables an ultra low inductive connection with a normal PCB board, in which case the high-power connection no longer needs to be low inductive. The integrated NTC sensor provides a temperature signal to ensure reliable protection for the module.
|POWER RANGE 100kVA to 200kVA|
Vincotech – an affiliated company within the Mitsubishi Electric Corporation – develops and manufactures subsystems and electronic components and provides manufacturing services that help customers master complex challenges in electronics integration. Vincotech’s extensive portfolio encompasses standard and tailored solutions, engineering services, and technical support for customers worldwide. These products and services contribute to sustainable, environmentally sound solutions that help modern society embrace mega-trends and explore new avenues.
With approximately 500 employees worldwide, backed by vast experience and a long history in electronics integration, Vincotech leverages these assets to help customers achieve maximum market success.