Benefits of Ideal Flux Converter (IFC)
- The IFC shows the highest possible efficiency, which also again increases with the power.
- The IFC can be used universally, in a 500W switching power supply up to HVDC transmission.
- More than a thousandfold increase in the operating speed of the WRT valve; the output voltage can also be kept constant in the case of sudden load variations.
- Output filter (L1, C2) up to 90% saving
- Approx. 50% smaller as state of the art converter
- Load short circuit-proof without over-dimensioning
- Higher acceleration of inverter drives with lower engine power, saving of gearboxes, shortening of automated processes
The IFC is a DC-DC converter, in which the safety problem of saturation short circuit is solved.
Improving the direct current supply for data processors, communication, drives, automation and industrial processes (galvanisation, lasers, plasma hardening, electric welding...) with IFC
Expansion of the Area of Application
Potential Separation for Solar Inverter:
Vision for HVDC:
In the case of the transmission of higher capacities, the inverter roughly switches with the network frequency due to the high voltage, which is why no savings are to be expected regarding the transformer, however:
- Banishing the risk of blackout:
- The transmission lines are protected from overload.
- In a region affected by a line failure, the grid DC voltage may decrease before intact lines would have to be switched off.
- The danger of a chain reaction leading to a blackout is averted. The affected region is still supplied with electricity.
- The currently high degree of crosslinking can be reduced.
- The investment volume falls by approx. 30% with a three-phase current filter;
- Greater security of supply and non-critical switching back on;
- Higher transferable power and smaller HVDC footprint.