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
Employees who would like to learn about the advantages of the IPC 300 power converter compared to thyristor power controllers.
The 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?
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 Sensor and Automation Technology
|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