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Rectiverter - This is how it works

The Rectiverter combines the functions of a rectifier and an inverter, and eliminates the need for a static transfer switch.

The Rectiverter has three ports - one AC input, one AC output and one bidirectional DC port for both input and output.

During normal operation, the Rectiverter provides both AC and DC power with a total load of up to 2000W per module.

The AC input is first rectified, then fed to a built-in inverter for AC output. The rectified AC input is fed to a DC/DC converter for appropriate DC load output, and to batteries for charging.

In case of AC (mains) failure, the DC flow is reversed from the batteries to feed the inverter for conversion to AC, and to take over the DC load. The transition from AC to DC feed is instantaneous and with no load disturbance.

The Rectiverter is a combined AC UPS and DC power supply, but can also be used as a pure inverter.

Feb 03, 2016
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