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Chopper Fed DC Drive

04/02/2012 5:43 AM

Hello guys!! I have decided to design chopper fed dc drive. Other than voltage and current rating, which are all the parameters that I should concentrate on while selecting switches?

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Re: chopper fed dc drive

04/02/2012 5:44 AM

Oh, add ambient temperature into the mix somewhere.

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Re: chopper fed dc drive

04/02/2012 6:29 AM

dont know what kind of switches you are talking about ... are they BJT, MOS, IGBT?... ton, tof ( freqs...) and so on so on!

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