EV and Charging Stations
Photovoltaic inverters convert DC photovoltaic energy into AC energy. Amorphous magnetic cores can be used as transformers and inductors in inverters, providing low-loss and high-efficiency energy conversion.
Can reduce the magnetic loss of inverters
Converters in photovoltaic systems typically require the use of transformers or inductors to convert electrical energy and perform power regulation. Amorphous magnetic cores have the characteristics of low hysteresis loss and low eddy current loss, which can reduce the energy loss of magnetic components in converters and improve the energy conversion efficiency of the system.
Amorphous magnetic cores have a wide frequency response range and can adapt to different frequency operating conditions in photovoltaic systems. This makes amorphous magnetic cores suitable for key components such as photovoltaic inverters, MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) controllers, and filters, ensuring the stability and efficiency of the system at different operating frequencies.
High saturation magnetic induction intensity
Amorphous magnetic cores have high saturation magnetic induction intensity and can withstand high magnetic field intensity. In photovoltaic applications, this means that amorphous magnetic cores can handle the requirements of high power density and high magnetic field strength, enabling photovoltaic inverters or other power electronic devices to more effectively handle high-power output.