We are involved in system and detail design down to cabinet level, as well as installation planning and set to work.
|DC-supply||180 - 600V||180 - 600V||180 - 600V||180 - 600V||180 - 600V|
|Motor Power (50/60Hz)||< 5.5 kW||< 8 kW||< 22 kW||< 45 kW||< 65 kW|
|In RMS||18 A||30 A||74 A||146 A||210 A|
|I60 sec RMS||21.6 A||36 A||89 A||175 A||252 A|
|Dim||404x313x208 mm excl. fittings||404x313x208 mm excl. fittings||600x380x295mm excl. fittings||1200x600x390 excl. fittings||1360x600x390 mm excl. fittings|
|Weight||24 kg||25 kg||55 kg||225 kg||245 kg|
Normally a frequency converter is designed to have an AC input. When the main power source is DC, e.g. in submarines, conventional frequency converters cannot be used. To satisfy this need, the DC/AC converters of the NEDA type are designed to work with a DC input. The input voltage is allowed to vary over a broad range to enable a battery to be the feeding source.
The NEDA converters are designed to meet the military requirements (EMC, IP-protection, shock etc.). The cabinet is
designed for a tough environment. Smaller units are air cooled, while the larger ones normally are equipped with water-cooling.
To date, we have supplied more than 250 units of DC/AC-converters to various Navies around the world.