- TEDAŞ-MLZ-2018.65.A Technical Specification provides the ‘Battery Rectifier Group’ section requirements.
- Electrical safety and functional type tests were carried out in accordance with IEC/TS EN 60146-1-1 standard.
- EMC and EMI type tests were applied according to IEC/TS EN 61000-6-2 and 61000-6-4 standards.
- The operating temperature has been verified with IEC/TS EN 60068-2-1 and IEC/TS EN 60068-2-2 type tests.
- RDS DC/AC Static inverters are units with sinusoidal waveform output, true ON LINE, output transfer system and all necessary protection systems.
- An uninterrupted and automatic selection can be made between the optional bypass system network and the voltage input produced by the inverter.
- Inverters are produced in accordance with solar and wind energy. It has been successfully applied in telecommunication systems.
- The input voltage can optionally be 12,24,48,110 and 220 VDC.
REGULATOR (MONO-PHASE / THREE-PHASE)
- The devices that prevent the rise, fall and all imbalances in the network voltage and regulate the voltage are called Regulators.
- They are devices that can keep physical quantities such as frequency, speed, power, pressure, voltage and current constant to a certain extent and keep these elements constant by changing them.
- Factory machinery and equipment, computer equipment, laboratories, maritime equipment, elevators, telecommunication devices, all devices that work with precision card integration.
UPS (MONOPHASE / THREE-PHASE)
- Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are produced with PWM and IGBT technology.
- Providing high reliability with microprocessor control, RDS series uninterruptible power supplies provide power factor and energy efficiency.
- It is a user-friendly, 1-phase input -1 phase output double-conversion online uninterruptible power supply with its high quality, unique design and size, easy-to-understand large LCD screen where all values are shown and operation diagram is included.
Usage areas :
In particular, some important critical devices are affected by short-term disruptions that may occur in the network. Hospitals, airports, communication centers etc. Places like this do not tolerate power cuts. E.g; During the operation, in the transfer of the necessary information during the take-off-landing moments of the aircraft with various regions, the loss of energy can have important and bad results. In addition, the loss of energy in industrial facilities also increases the loss of material and labor. Critical loads must be fed through uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) in order not to be harmed by such situations.