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AC 50 kVA bidirektional

TC.ACS Grid simulator

AC BIDIRECTIONAL | AC SINK | AC SOURCE

TC.ACS Grid simulator

30 kVA or 50 kVA bidirectional

AC 50 kVA bidirektional

Field of application

With the increasing spread of additive energy systems such as solar, wind and bio power plants, compliance with strict input regulations by manufacturers is becoming increasingly important. Grid simulators allow both the simulation of a wide range of grid conditions and the generation of grid errors and disturbances, with which the regenerative devices to be tested can be evaluated and tested. Exact test standards for regenerative power supply units already exist today and it is to be expected that this set of rules will be expanded in the near future. Modern Grid simulators should therefore have a system architecture whose behavior can be parameterized to a large extent by software.

The programmable test parameters

The modular grid simulator system TC.ACS from REGATRON is based on highly switched functional basic units with versatile intervention possibilities and high system dynamics. This guarantees a comprehensive adaptability to the most diverse tasks. With the help of the application software ACSControl, both current and future requirements for the grid situation can be met.

The Hardware

The modular structure, based on units of 30 kVA and 50 kVA power, allows flexible adaptation to changing power requirements. Systems of up to > 1 MVA can be set up by simple parallelization of basic units. The hardware is available in all four quadrants and is fully regenerative.
In addition to testing regenerative devices, linear and non-linear power supply systems can also be operated for measurement and evaluation purposes. Single-phase operation is also permissible.

The user benefits at a glance

Many of today‘s grid simulators are based on analog amplifiers in the grid branches. This allows a high system dynamic, but at the same time a very high loss power is achieved. In addition to the very high hardware costs, the use of analog systems means a comprehensive building infrastructure and, for efficiency reasons, an upper power limit of a few 10 kVA. With the TC.ACS grid simulators, REGATRON breaks completely new ground. State-of-the-art microcomputercontrolled switching technology with a high clock rate enables an energy efficiency that is no longer comparable with analog technology, while at the same time providing high system dynamics and high-quality output currents. The resulting user advantages are:

  • Compact and fully modular design
  • High efficiency at all operating points
  • Low demands on the building infrastructure
  • Air or liquid cooled versions
  • Expandability to systems > 1 MVW
  • Full regenerative capability in 4-Q applications
  • Operation as autonomous 4-Q analog amplifier possible
  • Hardware-in-the-loop operation possible
  • User-friendly application software with preconfigured test situations
  • Integration into an integral SAS simulation system

  • 4 quadrant simulator
  • High-speed amplifier
  • RLC load mode
  • 30 or 50 kVA modules
  • Up to > 1 MVA System power
  • Variation of the mains frequency
  • Voltage dips in the grid or individually per phase
  • Micro-Ruptures and Flicker
  • Over- and undervoltage
  • Voltage asymmetries
  • Superimposed harmonics and interharmonics
  • Variation of the phase angle
  • Special states for the EMV test
  • Transitions from inputting to regenerative operation

DescriptionPhPowerOutput voltageOutput frequencyOutput current
TC.ACS-30330 kVA0...305 V Ph-NDC bis 1 kHz
(5 kHz Modulation)
43 A
(86 A/1 s)
TC.ACS-50350 kVA0...305 V Ph-NDC bis 1 kHz
(5 kHz Modulation)
72 A
(144 A/1 s)
AC BIDIRECTIONAL | AC SINK | AC SOURCE

TC.ACS Grid simulator

30 kVA or 50 kVA bidirectional

AC 50 kVA bidirektional

Field of application

With the increasing spread of additive energy systems such as solar, wind and bio power plants, compliance with strict input regulations by manufacturers is becoming increasingly important. Grid simulators allow both the simulation of a wide range of grid conditions and the generation of grid errors and disturbances, with which the regenerative devices to be tested can be evaluated and tested. Exact test standards for regenerative power supply units already exist today and it is to be expected that this set of rules will be expanded in the near future. Modern Grid simulators should therefore have a system architecture whose behavior can be parameterized to a large extent by software.

The programmable test parameters

The modular grid simulator system TC.ACS from REGATRON is based on highly switched functional basic units with versatile intervention possibilities and high system dynamics. This guarantees a comprehensive adaptability to the most diverse tasks. With the help of the application software ACSControl, both current and future requirements for the grid situation can be met.

The Hardware

The modular structure, based on units of 30 kVA and 50 kVA power, allows flexible adaptation to changing power requirements. Systems of up to > 1 MVA can be set up by simple parallelization of basic units. The hardware is available in all four quadrants and is fully regenerative.
In addition to testing regenerative devices, linear and non-linear power supply systems can also be operated for measurement and evaluation purposes. Single-phase operation is also permissible.

The user benefits at a glance

Many of today‘s grid simulators are based on analog amplifiers in the grid branches. This allows a high system dynamic, but at the same time a very high loss power is achieved. In addition to the very high hardware costs, the use of analog systems means a comprehensive building infrastructure and, for efficiency reasons, an upper power limit of a few 10 kVA. With the TC.ACS grid simulators, REGATRON breaks completely new ground. State-of-the-art microcomputercontrolled switching technology with a high clock rate enables an energy efficiency that is no longer comparable with analog technology, while at the same time providing high system dynamics and high-quality output currents. The resulting user advantages are:

  • Compact and fully modular design
  • High efficiency at all operating points
  • Low demands on the building infrastructure
  • Air or liquid cooled versions
  • Expandability to systems > 1 MVW
  • Full regenerative capability in 4-Q applications
  • Operation as autonomous 4-Q analog amplifier possible
  • Hardware-in-the-loop operation possible
  • User-friendly application software with preconfigured test situations
  • Integration into an integral SAS simulation system

  • 4 quadrant simulator
  • High-speed amplifier
  • RLC load mode
  • 30 or 50 kVA modules
  • Up to > 1 MVA System power
  • Variation of the mains frequency
  • Voltage dips in the grid or individually per phase
  • Micro-Ruptures and Flicker
  • Over- and undervoltage
  • Voltage asymmetries
  • Superimposed harmonics and interharmonics
  • Variation of the phase angle
  • Special states for the EMV test
  • Transitions from inputting to regenerative operation

DescriptionPhPowerOutput voltageOutput frequencyOutput current
TC.ACS-30330 kVA0...305 V Ph-NDC bis 1 kHz
(5 kHz Modulation)
43 A
(86 A/1 s)
TC.ACS-50350 kVA0...305 V Ph-NDC bis 1 kHz
(5 kHz Modulation)
72 A
(144 A/1 s)