NHR's 9300 Bi-directional DC Source Now Available w/ 600V input Auto-Transformer for Canadian Market
By: NH Research
"NHR's optional auto-transformer enables our customers with industrial applications in the Canadian market to easily plug into our 9300 high-performance platform. Our product development team carefully selected the 600 V input auto-transformer and supplier after evaluating safety, accuracy, speed and performance. This new solution has brought added value and confidence to our customers who have these power requirements."
NHR's 9300 Series is a regenerative, bi-directional DC source that can be used as a battery test system, battery emulator, or regenerative DC load. The innovative 9300 platform addresses the higher voltage and higher power test requirements for electric vehicles, aerospace and defense, renewable energy, and energy storage applications. This highly modular system can be scaled up to 2.4 MW in 100 kW building blocks, offering a wide operating envelope. Its dual voltage range of 600 V and 1200 V provides the flexibility and accuracy needed as higher voltage levels are required.
Battery test and battery emulation applications include battery modules/packs, fuel cells, ultra-capacitors, power electronics, battery chargers, electric powertrain and propulsion systems. Customers look to NHR for superior performance, ease of use, faster slew rates to match today's technology, reduced testing time, improved safety, and energy savings.
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About NH Research
NH Research, Inc. (NHR) enables electrification by accelerating innovation, validation and functional test of today's technologies. Backed by over 50 years of experience in power conversion and power supply test systems we provide world class test instruments and systems. Our solutions provide the performance, simplicity, and safety that engineers and researchers desire.
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