The power conversion efficiency rating of the Aurora Wind Interface model PVI-7200 W is 99.4%. It accepts three-phase input from a permanent-magnet generator (PMG) and outputs a max 7,200 W. The inverter has a fused wind input feature and an automatic brake function for the maximum 530 Vdc and an optional external brake resistor is available.
The PVI-7200 W, manufactured by Power-one, accepts an input of 0 to 400 Vac, an operating input voltage from the PMG of 40 to 400 Vac, and 0 to 600 Hz, a max operating input current of 16.6 A RMS, an input over-current (fuse-protected) 20 A RMS, a max out power (at 400 Vac PFC>0.7) of 7,200 W, and an output operating voltage range of 50 to 600 Vdc. Operating ambient temperature of the PVI-7200 W is -25°C to +55°C. It uses a NEMA 4X enclosure and generates and audible noise of less than 40 dBA. The unit complies with various set standards such as UL1741 and CSA C22.2, and N.107.1-01 for grid-connected usage, safety and electromagnetic features. Another inverter is rated for output power of 4 kW.
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