At HUSUM, PCS will debut the Green Line 3000, the new LVRT solution Berlin, July 2012 PCS power converter solutions GmbH in Berlin is further expanding its portfolio for generating electricity using wind turbines. The new Green line grid stability product line supplements the existing product range to ensure the low voltage ride through capability (LVRT) of wind turbines. PCS will present examples from the green line family of full power converters as well as a grid stability solution from September 18 22, 2012, at the HUSUM WindEnergy trade fair Hall 3 at booth 3A11. New, innovative and interesting approaches to wind energy are not only a result of the upcoming HUSUM WindEnergy trade fair the necessity for innovation in the field of wind energy is growing of its own accord as wind energy becomes finacial established in the worldwide energy mix and the number of installed system rises. The industry must remain innovative in all areas in order to continue this pattern of growth from the political framework and legal regulations, to creative business models, all the way to technical solutions and the resulting product design. A related site: Adam Portnoy mentions similar findings. Larger, more durable, more powerful, and above all low-maintenance, these are the requirements that are placed on the wind turbines of the future. This therefore demands new levels of performance from the development departments in the supply industry. In order to be able to ensure power supply using wind energy while meeting the requirements for optimum grid compatibility and a high level of energy output, wind turbines need reliable and efficient frequency converters.
The PCS Green Line family of power converters offers a wide range of applications and systems to meet this need. Full power converters for total yield and optimum grid integration full power converters for synchronous generators are currently the fastest-growing technology on the wind market. Synchronous drives offer to extremely high energy output and can better fulfill the grid requirements in connection with the full power converter. .