Inverters Single- and Three-Phase Systems –INVERTRONIC Range

Far-reaching budgeting and financial repercussions can arise as the result of faults in the area of power supply. Due to loads on public power supply system caused by repercussions from large-scale consumers, and due to energisation events during peak consumption periods – or in the event of lightning strike – it’s impossible to prevent irregularities from arising. These will result in voltage dips, overshoots and transients in the public grid voltage.
These may exert a considerable influence on the availability of connected consumers, giving rise to process faults or production failures.

For the supply of power to consumers requiring AC power which is independent of faults arising on the public grid, BENNING offers very robust, single-phase and three-phase inverter systems – in the form of the INVERTRONIC power inverter – for the tough applications that come up in industry, typically for:

  • the power stations sector
  • the oil, gas and petrochemical industry
  • the processing industry

These are connected up to AC power grids that are supported (e.g. by batteries) and provide a reliable source of good quality electrical power to critical consumers.

General Features
  • Single- and three-phase systems
  • IGBT inverters
  • use of existing battery & rectifier infrastructure
  • power range: 10 kVA to 200 kVA
  • input voltages
       110 V, 125 V, 220 V, 240 V
        bypass: 230 V, 400 V
  • single-phase or three-phase output voltage
        120 V / 220 V / 230 V / 240 V (others on request)
        208 V / 380 V / 400 V / 415 V / 480 V (others on request)
  • available inverter apparent output power depending on power factor
  • fail-safe
  • circuit design
       digital controller

Maximum Availability

  • n+1 redundancy
  • static bypass switch
  • service bypass
  • extensive signalling and
  • monitoring functions
  • different operating modes available
  • galvanically isolated
  • high quality of output power
  • (parameters)

Highest Economic Efficiency

  • scalable
  • energy-efficient

Further Information






27 March 2023

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