Layer Electronics Island series of inverters
LAYER ELECTRONICS recommends its ISLAND series of inverters, which is a high technology product, to anyone who needs AC where the public grid is not present. Designed to be fed by different input voltages on customer’s request, the ISLAND series of inverters supplies a sine wave output voltage with very low distortion. The high frequency based conversion and the implemented topology allow a high efficiency of the inverters.
The high reliability is due to the high professional level of components used and to its simplicity.
The management through Digital Signal Processor (DSP) allows so many controls to also protect the inverter and the connected load under the harshest electric conditions, environmental and in overload. Particular attention is given in safeguarding the connected load through an insulation transformer in output.
Applications:- Power generation- Transmission & Distribution- Oil & Gas- Infrastructure- Industry- Hospitals- Railway- Telecommunication- Solar and wind-power plants- Fuel cells- Marine vessels
Characteristics:- IGBT Technology with a high commutation frequency- Insulation transformer in output- Very high crest factor (3 : 1 and more on request)- High overload capability and short-circuit proof- Peak current control adjustable from 200% to 300% of the rated current from 3 to 5 sec- Well able to supply power to devices which produce significant distortion- Optional maintenance and static by-pass (on request transformer and stabilizer on by-pass)- Very low harmonic distortion (THD <2%)- Mimic flow diagram on request- Event history with time stamp up to 4000 events on request- Up to 4 units may be connected in multimaster parallel (either distributed or centralized) managed by CAN-bus- Provision of optional computer interfaces (RS232-RS485-SNMP-CAN) and voltage-free contacts- High MTBF (> 150000 h)- Low MTTR (< 0.5 h)- Higher protection degrees- Upon request a wide range of input voltage for fuel cells
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