universal buffer module by Michael Koch is suitable for many applications in drive technology with a storage capacity of around 1,8 kJ. Constructed for converters with connection voltages between 400 and 460 VAC, which have a direct DC link connection, the dynamic energy storage can be used with any standard inverter type. At the same time, the memory settles itself independently from the beginning. The voltage level in the DC link and the required initial power are determined by the device independently and adjusted accordingly.
"Our dynamic energy storage is to be used like a braking resistor. This black box fits all and sets itself. Connect, forget and save electrical energy, "Michael Koch summarizes. This universality was the most important requirement for the development of the dynamic energy storage, Koch continued. Therefore, the device will come out without any buttons, displays or other controls. Designed for enclosure mounting in IP 20 protection, the device performs its benefits without any special settings, primarily for short cycle applications.
With the Dynamic Energy Storage, the company is expanding the possibilities of processing braking energy without a network, with a device that can cope with all inverters in the voltage class. This field of uncomplicated deceleration of braking energy dominated almost exclusively power resistors. Thanks to this in-house development, a whole range of applications now have a new opportunity to save resources and the power grid.