TC.ResAct is a series of bidirectional DC power source systems made up of TopCon TC.P or TC.GSX DC sources and a high quality electronic load. This topology combines an unrivaled fast system response time with the possibility to realize ‘asymmetric source/sink characteristics’ and cost savings. Asymmetric means that the source or sink part may be independently configured to meet very special requirements e.g. a high DC pulse absorption capability for example. By this, even complex operation requirements may be achieved.
Operation, control and visualization of the complete system are centrally and uniformly performed through the user interface of the TopCon master unit. The fully integrated control and regulation software contains a remarkably versatile bipolar function generator which may control the voltage, current or power in addition to the basic functions.
Drive test facilities in the medium power segment
Simulation of mixed driving and braking drive cycles
Extended testing of drive components
Evaluation of the drive system dynamics
Testing of auxiliary drives in the automotive sector
Testing of converter drives of various voltage classes
Laboratory and development
Operation and testing of reactive electrical assemblies
Testing of high power electrical energy storage devices
Testing and operation of brakeable drives like centrifugal machines or masses
Testing of fast positioning drives and automated warehouse drives
Testing of elevator and escalator drives
Design tests under cyclical alternating current loads
Production tests with defined load cycles in charge and discharge mode
Testing of electrical limit conditions
Operation and downprogramming of magnetic coils with high inductivity
Current controlled operation of reactive elements
Testing of electromagnetic assemblies and auxiliary drives in the automotive and consumer industry
CANOPEN Interface Manual - The option TC.CANOPEN enables the TopCon Quadro power supply to be programmed by a controller over CAN bus. The CANopen protocol allows the integration of the TopCon power supply into an existing CANopen network.