Active Power Factor Correction UniTrain Course
Today, every mains power supply built into a computer is equipped with PFC (PFC – Power Factor Correction). The reason for this popularity is a European-wide norm that stipulates that, as of a particular power level, loads have to draw their current from the mains in a linear relationship to their voltage characteristic.
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Training Concepts:
  • Active and passive power factor correction
  • Design and operation of an active power factor correction circuit
  • Comparison to conventional bridge rectifier circuits
  • Application areas for power factor correction
  • Recording and analysing currents, voltage and power levels (also using FFT)
  • Course Duration: approx. 3 h
Product: Active Power Factor Correction UniTrain Course
Product Code: CO4204-7Q

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