LCL filters for regenerative inverter applications
TRAMAG products explained
LCL filters are operated directly upstream of the converter to the grid feed-in side. They are used specifically for regenerative converter solutions, which is why they are also used primarily in the field of renewable energies in photovoltaics.
The special feature of this filter is the combination of a low-pass filter (LC combination) and an integrated line choke for an interference-reduced, possible line connection (double-deck design).
The design and dimensioning of LCL filters requires a large number of specifications in order to safely dimension and also operate the components independently of ripple control frequencies of the power supply. You can rely on TRAMAG’s expertise.
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