TC.GSX is a series of unidirectional high-power DC supplies based on the outmost state-of-the-art circuit techniques. The AC input block is made up of a fully active PFC structure which eliminates the need for external means for power factor correction. In addition, an active medium frequency synchronized rectification stage provides outstanding wideband dynamics and optimum stability even with complex load types. As all REGATRON DC power supplies, TC.GSX disposes of a powerful multi-processor architecture offering onboard real-time data processing. By this, a versatile function engine TFE is on disposition (option) or the famous ‚Application Area programming‘, enabling an y=f(x) transfer characteristic for the unit (option).
TopCon Grid-tie Source technology enables full Q1 mode operation
Compact design with integrated EMI filters
Constant voltage (0 – 100 %), constant current (0 – 100 %) and constant power operation (5 – 100 %) with automatic and fast controller crossover and mode indication.
Internal resistance simulation.
Graduated product line: 65 VDC, 130 VDC, 400 VDC, 500 VDC, 600 VDC, higher voltages per series connection up to 1500 VDC.
Power categories of 20 kW and 32 kW are available for each nominal output voltage.
Optional extras and accessories complete the product line of TC.GSX power supply units.
Modular concept for easy power increase: Parallel, series, matrix or multiload master-slave-operation.
High efficiency resulting from the application of innovative IGBT and transformer technology. Primary switched. Galvanically isolated. Full digital control and regulation.
The user-friendly PC software, TopControl, enables the user to communicate with the power supply and offers a versatile 8-channel scope for circuit analysis and support cases.
TopControl installation file, LabVIEW® and C/C++ C#/.NET API (DLL file) are included in the scope of delivery.
Swiss made: Developed, manufactured and tested in Switzerland by Regatron AG.
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.