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The basic element of the UPS system is the inverter, the converter processing DC to single or three phase AC voltage.

Inverters perform the function of AC voltage source, and in complex power systems also have filtration and stabilization functions, ensuring high quality power through dual energy conversion. Higher power inverters are manufactured as parallel structures.

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BFI Inverters

The task of the uninterruptible AC power supply is to provide uninterruptible power to critical applications, with stabilized voltage parameters. Critical receivers are devices or entire systems that require an uninterrupted power supply due to the need to maintain continuity of technological processes (e.g. industry) or business (e.g., banks, telecommunications, etc.) and / or require the ideal power source for proper and reliable operation.

The basic element of the UPS system is the inverter, the converter processing DC to single or three phase AC voltage. Inverters perform the function of AC voltage source, and in complex power systems also have filtration and stabilization functions, ensuring high quality power through dual energy conversion. Higher power inverters are manufactured as parallel structures.

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Automatic bypass (Static Switch)
Redundant or parallel operation
Automatic monitoring SAN
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RS485 MODBUS RTU, IEC
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Uninterruptible Bypass repair
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BFI MS
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Built-in inverters in a rack (BFI MS type) are dedicated to operate in facilities that require high reliability and quality of electrical parameters. They can be constructed from modules or, for higher power, as a free installation in a rack. The systems operate in the primary on-line configuration. The extensive possibilities for configuring and adapting these systems make them some of the most versatile and popular. The system has a SAN 8 Automatic Surveillance System. Due to the nature of the output voltage, inverters can be divided into single or three phase. Systems can be supplied with different DC voltages.


  • Perfectly sinusoidal output voltage
  • Possibility of 100% unbalanced load (for three-phase inverters)
  • Ability to work with inductive and capacitive load - cos ϕ ranging from -1 to 1
  • Transfer time to battery = 0 ms - operating in on-line mode
  • High stability of output voltage and frequency
  • High overload capacity
  • High short-circuit current
  • High crest factor - 6:1
  • Construction: A cabinet with modules or free installation in cabinet
  • Immunity to interference
  • Remote alarm signalling - potential-free relay contacts
  • SAN 8 surveillance system
  • Archiving of data and event buffer

Rack cabinet 19' and 28'
 
1-250
24/48/60/110/220/400
380/400/415 220/230/240
1-phase or 3-phase
380/400/415 220/230/240
3:1
3:1
 
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HPI frequency converters

The task of HPI type power supply systems is to supply AC receivers with power of a voltage and frequency of the different from the voltage supplied to the HPI converter. Such converters are used, for example, in the military or to supply equipment purchased in countries with a different standard of voltage. It is possible to use batteries and a battery charger. This configuration will provide uninterruptible voltage with different output parameters from the AC supply.

Photovoltaic Inverters

The EKO inverter converts the constant voltage from the solar panel to 230/400V AC voltage. It allows the electricity generated to be sold to a low voltage network. It can also be incorporated into an internal system, significantly reducing consumption of the power plant's network. We specialize in high-power solar systems and inverters used, for example, in small home systems. Because the high efficiency of the system depends largely on the quality and durability of the inverter, we use only high-quality components. The EKO inverter is equipped with network management functions, that enables compensation of reactive power in the grid.