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JUMO IPC 300 – part 1: Operation of ceramic heating elements in phase cutting mode without current peaks with a minimum of reactive power and harmonics

Target group:

Employees who would like to learn about the advantages of the IPC 300 power converter compared to thyristor power controllers.

Content:

AutomatisierenThe IPC 300 operates with a minimum of harmonics and reactive power, while still being shock-free and thus protecting the heating elements. The webinar provides the basics on the topic:

  • Operating modes of thyristor power controllers
  • generation of harmonics and reactive power during operation of thyristor power controllers in phase-angle control
  • What are harmonics and why do they occur?
  • What is reactive power and why does it occur when operating resistive loads with a thyristor power controller in phase-angle operation?
  • Comparison: Operation of heating elements with a thyristor power controller in phase-angle control compared to the IPC 300
  • Which applications are suitable for using the IPC 300?  
  • Resume

Prerequisites:

Participation is free of charge and straightforward. All you need is a computer with an Internet
connection and a phone or headset for the computer.

Follow up trainings:

Trainer:

Trainer

Manfred Schleicher

Trainer Sensor- und Automatisierungstechnik



Title Format Date Length Location Price
JUMO IPC 300 – part 1: Operation of ceramic heating elements in phase cutting mode without current peaks with a minimum of reactive power and harmonics Webinar recording 1 Hour free