|L (mH) Min||DCR (Ω) Max||Freq. (kHz)||Cres (pF)||Q x,y,z Min||Height (mm)||Width (mm)||Length (mm)||SRF (kHz) Min||Sensitivity (mV/uT) min|
PREMO is developing customized Solid State Transformers that will be the next system widely used in power electronics. With super-high isolation capability (>30kV), it allows safe operation on MV networks and flexibility in terms of setup and tuning of the converter.
> WPT assembly technologies, with Coolmag (resin compound dissipate heat) integrated. Flat design with low profile coils and ferrite cores sets.
> SST Wireless Charging FLAT COIL 1:1
> Design Concept: Aluminum in shape L and the plane of the ferrite cores.
> 85kHz Operating frequency.
> Size 305 x 305 x 85 mm MAX.
> Winding Circular & Ferrite Core Flexible > Aluminum Shielding.
> Temperature from -40ºC to 85ºC.
> Compound Resin Thermal (Coolmag).
> IP67 grade Waterproof > High Mechanical requirements
Single Litz Wire (strand diameter)
|Strands per bundle||Bundles per conductor||External conductor diameter||Total n. of single litz wires (strands)||Number of winding turns||Prim. & sec. self-inductance (L1-L2)||Mutual inductance (M) 3.65 µ|
We disclose the components we have developed for the TIGON project. The system is a solid-state transformer that works 100% digitally with all the semiconductors inside needed to make the conversion from the input to the output. Get to know more in this product video explained by our Business Development Officer, Claudio Cañete Cabeza.
The ongoing energy transition has changed the architecture of electricity networks in ways
that conventional power transformers are not able to cope with the new required functionalities. For
this purpose, the solid state transformer (SST), which comprises state of the art power electronics
with galvanic isolation to interconnect two separate alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC)
power grids, is considered to be the dominant solution. The purpose of this paper is to provide a
practical, application-oriented review of the SST. In this context, the main functionalities and possible
applications of the SST are presented, including smart grids (SGs), data centres, railways, offshore
wind farms, etc. Furthermore, the main developed SST prototypes are analysed with special focus on
the related projects, demonstrators, stakeholders and rated values, e.g., voltage, switching frequency
and power. The analysis is concluded with the future trends and challenges regarding the wider
implementation of SST technology in the electrical grid.