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HTM250 Module

HTM250 Module

TBB Power is offering a range of modular inverter systems with power from 2Kva up to 24KVA single phase. It can be used to compose AC power system base on DC infrastructure of 24Vdc, 48Vdc, 240Vdc or 336Vdc. Compared with standalone inverter, there are many advantages of modular system.from 2KVA up to 24KVA single phase. It can be used to compose AC power system base on DC infrastructure of 24Vdc, 48Vdc, 240Vdc or 336Vdc. 

Compared with standalone inverter, there are many advantages of modular system. 

Redundancy

  • Modular inverters are built in parallel redundant principle with aim to match power requirements and redundancy in meantime. By adding one or more modules, you can compose N+1 or N+X redundant systems.  The power will be secured in case of module failure.

Scalability

  • It is always a challenge to dimension exact power consumption at the project layout phase. In addition, we need always look into possible additional loads of future. 
  • Compared with standalone or monoblock systems, modular system offers you a conveniently flexibility for possible expansion at very low cost.

Easy and quick maintenance

  • Designed with technology of hot plug, it could dramatically reduce the time and difficulty upon carrying out necessary maintenance. It can be done within 1 minute without power interruption.
HTM251 industrial modular inverter, 48Vdc /110Vdc /220Vdc, 1KVA
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Brand: TBB Power GmbH Model: HTM251
The detailed product information is coming soon. Please download the datasheet and solution presentation firstly to find all available models.Combined with modern semiconductors with high switching frequencies technology, HTM250 module inverter is compact construction, low weight and high effic..
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