TRAMAG Transformers for an efficient Energy Management, regenerative with Wind-Power and Battery-Storage
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The use of wind as a regenerative energy source for the generation of electricity is accompanied by the problem that this natural energy source is subject to certain fluctuations in its availability. This problem can be solved by installing battery storage systems. These can store the surplus electricity generated during windy periods and feed it into the grid as needed during periods of low wind.
This sustainable energy system, from a combination of wind power and energy storage technology, enables efficient energy management for stable power grids and a power supply based on demand.
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An important task in the electrical operation of this energy system is performed by our TRAMAG transformers, which have been developed specifically for this application. The two secondary windings of the transformer each supply a converter with integrated LC filter, which feeds and controls the battery charging. By means of galvanic isolation and grounded protective shielding, the transformer ensures safe isolation between the supply and charging sides.
The red coating, which is also used on transformers for railroad applications, protects against corrosion in climatic environments containing salt mist. In addition to thermal monitoring of the coils against overload and overheating, the core in this transformer is also monitored accordingly. Increased test voltages also ensure the safe isolation of all potentials.
For years, customers all over the world have trusted in TRAMAG’s solution competence for the use of transformers, chokes and filters for a wide variety of electrotechnical applications, including sustainable energy systems with safe operation of wind turbines and battery storage systems for the generation of renewable energy and reliably stable power grids.
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