Power converters usually work in one direction (from an AC or DC input to an AC or DC output). Some converters now propose working in two directions (bidirectional) but still with one input and one output. The tremendous difference brought on by ECI technology is the ability to convert and redirect the power to various inputs and outputs. No more need to multiply modules: you can now use one module to make pretty much everything you want.
This is why CE+T Power created an innovative power solution that integrates the conventional inverter and rectifier functions, and much more! The ECI technology "building blocks" can be used for power conversion, power redirection, battery charging, UPS, peak-shaving (to reduce the energy bill), storage restitution (to use an energy storage system to feed your critical applications or back to the grid), etc. In a nutshell, you can do whatever you want in terms of DC to AC and AC to DC power conversion.
During this webinar, we will show you how this can be useful in your business application. If you are concerned by securing power (and why not create a net-zero power building?) for data centers, micro-grids, and industrial or commercial infrastructure; or bringing more flexibility in electrical, telecommunication or data grid distribution, the ECI can answer all needs. Concerned about another business application? Do not hesitate to participate to this webinar, whatever your knowledge in power conversion, to discover what CE+T Power makes possible today.
- Learn the fundamentals of multidirectional (AC to DC and DC to AC) power conversion and redirection
- Get some examples of use cases in different applications and markets
- See how to apply this technology to your business case and help you solve power conversion issues
- Learn about CE+T Power leading conversion technology for power resilience
Bill joined CE+T Power in 2015 as National Account Director for North America. He is responsible for helping customers identify opportunities for improving the reliability of their AC backup systems and product selection. Operation Managers in the telecom, CATV, data center and railroad markets utilize Bill's experience to improve their critical power infrastructure and reduce their OPEX costs. He is an experienced technical professional with extensive experience in the areas of business development and project management. Prior to CE+T, he spent 15 years in the battery industry, assisting customers with battery selection for critical backup power applications. Bill graduated from the Bradley University with a BSc in Manufacturing Engineering.