Friday, December 18, 2015

Vishay is a proud provider of the hardware for the Power Electronics Lab, based on the approach in the textbook Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design

Vishay Dale's two-inverter printed circuit assembly (PCA) provides two 3-phase PWM inverters used to perform a variety of experiments involving various AC/DC machines, motors, and rectifier systems in the Power Electronics Lab, based on the approach in the textbook Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design, written by Ned Mohan, Tore M. Undeland, and William P. Robbins; and the Electric Drives Lab based on the approach in the textbook Electric Machines and Drives: A First Course by Ned Mohan.

This product is commonly used with Vishay product number 75771 (37-pin DSUB cable) and 87784 (8-pin encoder cable). Both of these cables are also used in Power Electronics Lab experiments.

Features
  • Two completely independent three-phase PWM inverters for full simultaneous control of up to two machines
  • 42 V DC-bus voltage to reduce electrical hazards
  • Digital PWM input channels for real-time digital control
  • Complete digital and analog interface with the DSP-based DS1104 Controller
  • Over-voltage and independent over-current fault protection for each inverter

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