Preliminary results of Global Round Robin for Converters


The preliminary results of the Global Round Robin testing program for converter losses show a high repeatability of the proposed uniform testing protocol and confirm that the 9 converters tested have much lower losses than the IE1 reference values in IEC 61800-9-2 (edition 1).

By Rita Werle IEA-4E Motor Systems - December 11th, 2018 2018-12-11T08:18:00+00:00 2018-12-11T00:00:00+00:00

The preliminary results of the Global Round Robin testing program for converter losses show a high repeatability of the proposed uniform testing protocol and confirm that the 9 converters tested have much lower losses than the IE1 reference values in IEC 61800-9-2 (edition 1).

 

The Global Round Robin was launched by EMSA in cooperation with IEC WG18 with the goal to inform the revision of IEC 61800-9-2. Download project overview

 

The preliminary results were presented during a workshop on 13 November 2018 before the Motor Summit 2018 International in Zurich.

 

A report summarizing all results of phase 1 will be available in spring 2019.

 

See presentations of the workshop under www.motorsummit.ch/2018

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