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Fuel cell converterHannover Messe Hall 27, Stand E50

Celeroton represents a special inverter before that to control compressors in fuel cells Systems. The CC-550-7500 allows sensorless control of brushless DC motors (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous machines (PMSM). The modulation and control can be matched to almost any electrical machine. This guarantees maximum efficiency in the converter and minimal motor losses.

PAM technology

Pulse width modulation (PWM) with different switching frequencies and pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) can be run in one converter. Thanks to PAM technology, an output filter between the motor and converter is not necessary. The in-house developed sensorless control of the converter enables speed control without an encoder or Hall sensor. Auto tuning, automatic controller parameterization and support by trained Celeroton engineers force simple and quick commissioning.


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