COMPISO in a nutshell
USPs (unique selling propositions)
- Output ripple (< 0,5% VIN)
- THD (< 0,2% @ 50 Hz / < 1% @ 5 kHz)
- Bidirectional Operation
- High output dynamics (step load 10 to 90% < 100μs)
- Signal bandwidth (up to 10kHz (3dB))
- Signal processing delay in digital (4μs)
- Full span signal up to 5 kHz
- Harmonics up to 20 kHz (amplitude 25% of nominal 5 kHz)
- Supports Power Hardware in the Loop (P-HIL)
- Fulfilled EMI standards
- Fail Safe
- One device for DC & AC Output
- High efficiency
- High Power density (2,33 kW/dm3 - 38W/inch3 - 4kW/kg)
- Parallel operation from 100 kVA/kW to 1 MVA/MW
- AC Source / Sink
- DC Source / Sink
- Battery Emulator
- PV-Module Emulator
- Inverter Emulator
- Electrical Machine Emulator
- Power Hardware in the Loop Systems
- 100 kVA/kW - 1 MVA/MW
- Grid Applications
- Aerospace / Military
In the world of power electronics many different devices and systems are interacting, like photovoltaic modules, power grids, inverters, batteries, loads and electrical machines.
Power electronics companies, universities, test houses, etc. usually have mathematical models that show the behaviour of power electronic devices, systems and infrastructures. Those models are used to develop, study and test power electronic systems. Standard emulators are not able to process those models in real-time.
HIL (Hardware in the Loop) real time processors
HIL real time processors are able to simulate mathematical models in real-time with a speed and accuracy as it would be a real world device. HIL systems generate very small output signals (voltages and currents) only.
COMPISO Digital Power Amplifier
The COMPISO Digital Amplifiers are directly connected via fibre optics to the HIL real time processor. The power amplifiers are able to generate high voltages and currents generated by the output signals of the HIL with a power from 100 kVA/kW to 1 MVA/MW.
The combination of HIL and power amplifiers enables to generate emulations of real world power electronic devices and systems.