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4th Generation HIL: Built for the most advanced motor drive applications

Posted by Dusan Majstorovic on Apr 2, 2020 2:45:00 AM
  • Ultra-high fidelity redefined.
  • 200ns simulation time step.
  • 3.5 ns digital input sampling.
  • The most accurate 100kHz Dual-active bridge (DAB) model.
  • JMAG-RT FEM machine model import.
  • HIL connectivity exploded: USB3.0, Ethernet, GB/s serial link, JTAG, General Purpose IO (GPIO)

While automotive and aerospace industries have already adopted model based HIL testing, power electronics industry is only playing a catch up. The good news is that the 4th generation HIL is delivering the unprecedented model fidelity needed for the most advanced motor drives and automotive power electronics applications.

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Topics: C-HIL, controller hardware in the loop, HIL, smart grid converters, power electronics design, controller design, HIL simulation, motor drives

Industry Spotlight Q&A: Schneider Electric Solar Business

Posted by Samantha Bruce on Apr 25, 2019 1:05:18 PM

Part 2 - HIL Testing_FINAL
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Topics: Smart Inverters, C-HIL, controller hardware in the loop, hardware in the loop, smart grid converters, advanced smart grid converters, power electronics design, firmware design, controller design, HIL simulation

Industry Spotlight Q&A: Schneider Electric's AccuSine

Posted by Samantha Bruce on Apr 8, 2019 11:38:22 AM

For this next spotlight, we got a chance to travel on-site and meet the brilliant team behind Schneider Electric’s active harmonic filters division in the quiet town of Salem, Oregon. This division develops solutions for active harmonic filtering in industrial installations. 

Nicolas LaRue, global offer manager for Schneider Electric’s AccuSine products, talks about how Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) technology gives his customers peace of mind.

For the uninitiated, HIL is a model-based design and testing tool that simulates power electronics and power systems in real-time at ultra-high fidelity. It tests the actual controller which is directly interfaced with the model-based simulation. 

We also got to speak with Nanda Marwali, engineering manager, and John Batch, firmware engineer, on how Schneider used HIL to push the limits of their controller throughout the entire product lifecycle.

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Topics: Smart Inverters, C-HIL, controller hardware in the loop, hardware in the loop, smart grid converters, advanced smart grid converters, power electronics design, firmware design, controller design, HIL simulation

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