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Re: [microhydro] BI-DIRECTIONAL HIGH VOLTAGE CONVERTER

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  • nando37
    Max: Thank you for the information The site look quite interesting and the interested party is contacting them. Thanks again Nando
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      Max:

      Thank you for the information

      The site look quite interesting and the interested party is contacting them.

      Thanks again

      Nando

      On 6/4/2013 16:49, Max Enfield wrote:
       

      Nando,

      Zigor make inverters-chargers suitable for batteries up to 700VDC.
      Have a look at http://www.zigor.com/uk/index.php/en/products/renewaleenergy/pvsolar/batgen

      Regards,

      Max Enfield
      Boutique Power

      On 04/06/2013, nando37 <nando37@...> wrote:
      > GENTLEMEN :
      >
      > I am looking for a bi-directional high voltage converters to charge
      > batteries or to supply a high voltage ( 360 to 600 Volts) with at least
      > 9 - 10 KW capabilities
      >
      > The unit is supposed to receive 360 DC basic voltage from a Solar panel
      > farm to charge batteries in one of the cases it would be a large 48
      > volts battery bank , in another case the battery voltage could be as
      > high as 400 volts --
      >
      > This is for a proposed Solar panel 19 KW farm for demonstration purposes
      > for future multiple solar panels farms.
      >
      > During the solar times the bi-directional inverter will charge the
      > batteries and the Solar Panels Farms will as well, at the same time, be
      > tied to the GRID and when the Sun goes to bed the batteries will
      > reconvert the battery voltage to produce a high voltage to feed the GRID
      > connected converter -- a good inverter like a 10 KW from SMA that can
      > take 360 + volts and be connected to the GRID without batteries.
      >
      > The initial system may have a lower BATTERY voltage but later the
      > voltage can be increased to the Solar panels farm voltage like 360 volts
      > DC.
      >
      > Does any one have sources for such bi-directional converter and if so,
      > can you supply the web pages and addresses and phone numbers to contact
      > those industries.
      >
      > Of course the voltage ranges may require to have different
      > bi-directional converters
      >
      > Your assistance is highly appreciated.
      >
      > Nando
      >
      >


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