The Honeywell ITG uses stationary power converter electronics developed by Ecostar Electric Power Train and Power Conversion Systems, Dearborn, MI, that are based on a voltage source inverter.
The converter controls the ITG as it operates through power generating modes that include; standalone mode supply up to 75 kW (then full power to the loads); parallel with the electric power grid (single unit); auto-transfer between grid and standalone; multi-units in parallel with the grid; or multi-unit standalone.
The ITG operates in current-control mode when connected in parallel with the utility power grid, tracking the grid frequency variations up to 5% of nominal and providing a sinusoidal current waveform with less than 5% harmonic distortion.
The control system has a number of reconnect and retry strategies to power up the ITG.
"We strive to deliver our best, bringing innovative technologies closer to meet the educational needs." said Batoul Ajlouni, VP/Business Development of ITG. "EduWave has won the people's trust again, and we remain committed as always to making the teaching and learning experience both enjoyable and effective!" she continued.
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