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Low-pass electronic filter SKS-LCL-0180-4C5/5
passivefor solar panels

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Characteristics

Bandwidth
low-pass
Type
passive
Other characteristics
for solar panels
Current

Max.: 1,000 A

180 A

Min.: 5 A

Voltage

Max.: 690 V

400 V

Min.: 400 V

Frequency

Max.: 400 Hz

50 Hz

Min.: 50 Hz

Description

LCL Filter Description: LCL filter is designed to solve Grid-Connection harmonic voltage problem, converting PWM voltage waveform to pure Sine Wave, lower the distortion to power grid. Make sure the whole system function well. LCL filter also has limitation for current harmonics. LCL Filter Features: Power quality improvement for Active Infeed Converter (AIC) High attenuation of pulse frequency to the grid side Integrated damping resistors to suppress current oscillation Degree of protection: IP00 Modifications possible according customer specific requirements Design complies with CE certification Technical data and measuring conditions: Rated voltage : 400 V AC (50/60 Hz) Rated current : Referred to 50 °C rated temperature1) Test voltage: 2240 V DC, 2 s (line/line), 2720 V DC, 2 s (lines/case) Overload capability : 1.5 x rated current for 3 min per hour Active infeed converter (AIC)/ Frequency inverter carrier frequency: 2 kHz ... 8 kHz Motor frequency: 0 Hz ... 100 Hz Motor cable length: less than 150 m Noise: approx.. 72dB Climatic category (IEC 60068-1): 25/100/21 Terminals Finger-safe terminal blocks (16 A to 66 A) Busbars for AIC reactors and line reactors (100 A to 400 A) Typical application: Active Infeed Converter (AIC), Four-quadrant frequency Inverter, PV and other new energy applications which require grid type converters.

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