Addressing the next generation solar inverter designs

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Power Modules for increased efficiency, higher switching frequency, higher input voltages, and lower cost

Power Modules for increased efficiency, higher switching frequency, higher input voltages, and lower cost -- Unterhaching, Germany, 24th October 2013. – As the solar market matures, electronic power designers are faced with new challenges in inverter designs. The older less efficient two level designs will simply not meet next generation requirements, nor compete successfully in the marketplace. Increasing the efficiency and using a higher switching frequency is becoming the norm. To add to the complexity, customers are requesting a higher DC input voltage to the inverter. Each of these factors must be carefully balanced to provide the best cost-to-performance ratio to meet tomorrow’s challenge of next generation solar inverters, while keeping costs in check.. For more information please see Vincotech’s article ' Addressing the next generation solar inverter designs ' under: http://www.vincotech.com/en/support/technical-papers/solar-inverter/addressing-the-next-generatin-solar-inverter-designs.html?campaign_id=NG-SI About Vincotech: Vincotech, an affiliated company within Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, is a market leader in power modules in development and manufacturing of high-quality electronic power components for Motion Control, and Renewable Energy applications. With some 500 employees worldwide, backed by vast experience and a long history in electronics integration, Vincotech leverages these assets to help customers attain maximum market success. For more information please see: www.vincotech.com For further information please contact: Mark Steinmetz, Field Application Engineer, Vincotech GmbH Mark.steinmetz[at]vincotech[dot]com, Distributed on behalf of Vincotech GmbH by NeonDrum news distribution service (http://www.neondrum.com)

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