Water cooled thyristor rectifie

The basic design of the water cooled rectifiers is characterized by electronic thyristor primary controller (W3C) and high-current transformer with downstream silicon diode set in a 6-pulse circuit. All designs and developments are carried out in-house, so that the customer can be offered a maximum of flexibility. This is perfected by the high vertical range of manufacture, including in-house winding production for transformers and chokes.

  • Cooling system by Cool Coil technology
  • Optionally also with bipolar electronic polarity reversal
  • Optional with Powerpuls
  • Single T/R from: UDC = 2 - 1.000V / IDC = 100 - 100.000A
Technical Data
  • Mains: 3x400V / 50Hz (worldwide mains-conditions possible)
  • Regulating: current and/or voltage with 1% accuracy
  • Setting range: stepless electronic 0...100%
  • Signals: current, voltage, status, fault (fault signals optional)
  • Control: 5 inch touch panel with Profinet connection
  • Ripple: approx. 5% at regulated full-DC-output voltage (optional smoothing)
  • Rectifier connection: 6-pulse rectifier-connection (optional 12-pulse)
  • Operating mode: 100% duty cycle
  • Temperature: +35°C (higher temperature conditions possible)
  • Water inlet temp.: +18 to 30°C
  • Temperature difference: 10 K
  • Detection: phase position; phase rotation; phase loss; over current relay; mains low voltage; short-circuit detection; temperatures; water flow; water pressure
  • Degree of protection: IP00 - IP54 (with air-water heat exchanger)
  • Field-bus interface (Profibus; Profinet; Modbus; RS-485 etc.)
  • Electronic change of output polarity (bipolar operation 2 x M3.2C or 2 x B6C)
  • Transformer tappings
  • Smoothing devices (L and LC smoothing up to 1% possible)
  • Ah-counter-integration
  • Separate design of control and power section (IP20 / IP54)
  • Closed internal water circuit with water/water heat exchanger
  • Special designs according to customer requirements possible without any problems
  • Our power sources can be connected in parallel for power multiplication