S3L-Inverter: Switching loss free 3-level pulse width modulation inverter with snubber circuit
The new Soft Switching Three Level Inverter (S3L Inverter) is of striking simplicity and is therefore inexpensive. Because of the underlying principle, it works without losses and thus with maximum efficiency. The inverter is easily controlled, has EMC friendly inherent di/dt- and du/dt limitation, and can be built using low-cost standard semiconductors.
Field of use: electric drives, solar power inverter, wind power inverter, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).
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