Inverters and Voltage Inverters Systems - Industrial

The CTRLTECH CCIS Inverter Systems line can be composed and configured in different ways, using redundancies between inverter modules, parallel or not, microcontrolled static transfer switch, isolating transformer in the AC network (when used as alternative branch), AC load distribution module and manual bypass, etc.

The main characteristic of these innovative systems is to offer excellent quality of AC power and high availability in the power supply of critical loads such as supervisory systems, datacenters and others, from DC / AC conversion.

For Industrial use, Telecommunications Systems and Process Control Systems converting DC to AC Power reliably and safely.

Line CCI (Single Inverter) CCIS (Inverter System)
Electrical Characteristics CCI and CCIS Power: Up to 100 KVA
Input Voltage 24, 48, 125, 250 Vdc
Output Voltage 110, 115, 127, 220 Vac or on request, Single or Three phase
Output Frequency 50, 60, 90 and 400 Hz - Sinusoidal
Distortion Less than 3% (for sinusoidal)
General Features
  • “Sharing” de Corrente
  • Parallelism with Redundancy or power division (CCIS)
  • Fast Maintenance - Low MTTR (Mean time to repair)
  • Independent protection by module.
  • Option for “plug-in” and “Hot Swap” systems in the power modules
Composition of the CCIS System
  • CCI – Inverter module
  • CSE - Static Automatic Transfer Switch
  • MTI - Isolation Transformer Module
  • PD - Distribution Panel with manual “By-Pass”
  • GAB - Metallic Cabinet to support items above.
    Typical Configurations of CCIS System
  • Redundant System with AC network (1 + 0)
  • Redundant System with another Inverter (1 + 1)
  • Parallel System in Configuration (Nx1)
  • Redundant System with the Inverter Network in parallel (Nx1) + 0
  • Overload due to power limitation
  • Against short circuit at the output, current limitation
  • Battery undervoltage
  • Undervoltage/Overvoltage at the output
  • Transfer to Alternative Network (only when it has static key)