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Netherlands There are three elements in the procurement of vehicle power supply module(3)


Internationally, the inverter power supply series products below 400kVA have come out. In the early 1980s, Toshiba Corporation of Japan was the first to apply AC variable frequency speed regulation technology to air conditioners. By 1997, its share had reached more than 70% of Japan's household air conditioners. Inverter air conditioners have the advantages of comfort and energy saving. In the early 1990s, domestic research on inverter air conditioners began. In 1996, the production line was introduced to produce inverter air conditioners, which gradually formed a hot spot for inverter air conditioner development and production. A climax is expected around 2000. In addition to the variable frequency power supply, the inverter air conditioner also requires a compressor motor suitable for variable frequency speed regulation. Optimizing the control strategy and selecting functional components are the further development direction of the inverter power supply for air conditioners.

The high-voltage power module will generate a very high voltage during operation. If someone touches it, the consequences are unimaginable. In order to ensure the safety of employees and avoid safety risks, it is necessary to understand the insulation when purchasing high-voltage power supplies. Only by ensuring that the insulation is good enough, can some unnecessary troubles be avoided.

3. Make sure the Marine boost power supply has multiple certifications.

Unlike other parts, there are many certifications for high-quality power modules, such as ISO9001.CE.RoHS is the certification required for power modules, we choose never to suffer from this, because everything can be fraudulent, qualifications cannot be fraudulent .

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In short, the high-voltage Marine boost power supply module must pay attention to the above three elements, and only by paying attention to these problems will not suffer losses, otherwise it may lead to safety risks.