electronic converter


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Noun1.electronic converter - (telecommunication) converter for converting a signal from one frequency to anotherelectronic converter - (telecommunication) converter for converting a signal from one frequency to another
converter, convertor - a device for changing one substance or form or state into another
telecom, telecommunication - (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages over a distance electronically
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Solutions and control strategies for power electronic converter dominated grids, e.
Additionally, the performance of the designed power electronic converter together with the controller is examined under variable load and variable input voltage conditions and compared results are presented.
The DFIG used for the variable speed operation by the presence of the power electronic converter.
It allows research to be carried out to better understand the challenges and benefits associated with grid-connected energy storage systems, from storage technologies through to power electronic converter designs and control techniques, and finally into the distribution network.
There are no fully algorithmic methods that can be translated into computer program for designing and generating these power electronic converter circuits.
Vectek Electronics, based in Napier, New Zealand, develops and manufactures high-power electronic converter technology for reducing downtime and increasing productivity.
But with the help of engineer Paul Stubblebine, Winston used an electronic converter to fill in the center, re-record it, and then fine-tune the sound to modern standards.
The electronic converter offers a 4--20 mA signal (standard) along with a host of options.
Tenders invited for Design, fabrication,inspection, testing, documentation and supply of electronic converter for single-point level sensor
To understand the environmental and economic benefits of these RE sources, a significant amount of effort is required to develop novel power electronic converter topologies which act as interface between DG units and the grid.
They cover a technology overview; principles of electrical design of permanent magnet generators; electrical, thermal, and structural design and systems integration; power electronic converter technology and systems; a commercial overview; a case study of the Zephyros wind turbine; direct drive wave energy conversion systems, case study of the Archimedes Wave Swing pilot plant; and applying high-temperature superconducting machines to direct drive renewable energy systems.

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