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A more efficient and flexible voltage converter technology brings advantages to several areas within power conversion and storage. For example, being able to charge and discharge each battery cell in an optimal way will increase the efficiency, quality and lifetime of a battery. More advanced conversion technology would reduce power losses and provide a modular and flexible system that can adapt to all in- and output levels, while also reducing the need for active cooling.
Full control over the power flow providing high power quality, while integrating storage in the same system.
Mix cells with different chemistries, bypass defect cells, optimize charging /discharging and less active cooling needs.
Unmatched conversion efficiency and better utilization of the solar installation, more compact design and modular upgradable system.
Enables V2G systems with its bi-directional conversion system and reduces the conversion losses during fast charging cycles.
Full insight of power flow, responds to power quality issues immediately and able to run like a micro-gird in island mode.
Removes the need for rectifies and inverters and active cooling while integrating storage in the same system.
USE CASE EXAMPLES
Solar inverter with unmatched efficiency, built-in storage and compact design.
Replacing the inverters in a grid scale solar installation would not only provide superior conversion efficiency, but also onside storage. No external battery is needed and unnecessary conversion stages are eliminated.
Through its modular design, defect battery cells can be bypassed, and therefore not impacting the whole system. The system becomes more reliable, with build in redundancy, leading to higher availability but also less unscheduled system maintenance.
Sub station with increased conversion efficiency and energy storage on the local distribution level.
The new X-Verter® based distribution transformer acts as a battery to store excess electricity from local solar and other sources. It equalizes the phases, reduces harmonics, and controls the power factor in real time – supporting the grid in ways not possible before.
With superior conversion efficiency it reduces power losses and contributes to cost savings. It supports both AC and DC without any hardware changes – changing direction is only a software configuration away.