POWER MODULES

When it come to the rapid prototyping of power electronics, one of the simplest ways to start working is to rely on pre-manufactured and pre-tested power modules.

Independently from the desired topology, such modules can be assembled to form a working power converter system in a blink of an eye.

PEB 8032 – 4046

800 V / 32 A phase-leg module
400 V / 46 A phase-leg module 

PEH 2015 – 4010

200 V / 15 A full-bridge module
400 V / 10 A full-bridge module

PEN 8018

800 V / 18 A NPC 3-level phase-leg module

PEB 8032 – 4046

800 V / 32 A phase-leg module
400 V / 46 A phase-leg module

PEH 2015 – 4010

200 V / 15 A full-bridge module
400 V / 10 A full-bridge module

PEN 8018

800 V / 18 A NPC 3-level phase-leg module

INTEGRATION OPTIONS

Flexible rack-mountable chassis (3U)

For those who appreciate the corresponding ease, imperix can provide pre-assembled chassis with power supplies and various other features. This way, modules remain easily accessible and can be easily put in (or taken out) of the chassis, hence facilitating topology alterations.

Fully-integrated enclosure (4U)

PEB modules can also be placed within a 4U enclosure that guarantees that no dangerous voltage can ever be reached, except using 4mm laboratory safety plugs. In 4U enclosures, imperix implements the same sideboard controller as for the 3U chassis, which here also comes with an LCD display.

Flexible rack-mountable chassis (3U)

PEB modules can be easily installed within a 3U rack-mountable chassis. For those who appreciate the corresponding ease, imperix can provide a pre-assembled chassis with supplies and a dedicated sideboard that is responsible for the temperature monitoring and variable-speed fan control. With such an approach, modules remain easily accessible and can be easily put in  (or taken out) of the chassis, hence facilitating topology alterations.

Fully-integrated enclosure (4U)

PEB modules can also be placed inside a 4U enclosure that guarantees that no dangerous voltage can ever be reached. In such a case, imperix not only implements a dedicated sideboard that controls the variable-speed fans and displays the temperature of each module, but also places easy-to-use 4mm laboratory plugs on the rear side of the enclosure. This way, flexibility can be maintained while simultaneously providing a safe and sound implementation.