Design Concept for Transformer-less Solar Inverter

application support information for transformer-less single phase solar inverters

August 16th 2011 - Vincotech is able to offer a wide spectrum of power modules for solar applications.

The announced technical paper provides application support information for transformer-less single phase solar inverter applications. It discusses different output filter configurations, like dual inductor with split winding and dual inductor with single winding.
It is based on the 10-FZ06BIA045FH-P897E Power Module from Vincotech, providing a single module solution integrating booster and inverter power components. The module is able to provide an output power of up to 6kW, but for improved efficiency targets a nominal power of 3kW is recommended.
Please see more information about this subject under:
http://www.vincotech.com/news/articles/design-concept-for-a-transformerless-solar-inverter.html?campaign_id=transformerless-solar
About Vincotech:
Vincotech, an independent operating unit within Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, is a market leader in power modules in development and manufacturing of high-quality electronic power components for Motion Control, and Renewable Energy applications.
With some 500 employees worldwide, backed by vast experience and a long history in electronics integration, Vincotech leverages these assets to help customers attain maximum market success.
For more information please see: www.vincotech.com
Contact:
Michael Frisch,
Product Marketing Manager,
Vincotech GmbH,
Email: michael.frisch[at]vincotech[dot]com
Tel: +49 89 878067-142
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