Battery emulation with
simulation of internal resistance
E-Motor & Battery Emulator
Pluton is a current converter whose control with an FPGA allows real time calculations: emulation of the internal resistance, SOC calculation, hour meter. It can be used as a DC current source or as a regenerative DC load in its three-phase network up to the limit of its nominal power. The isolated 0-10V analog bus (pilot, voltage pattern, current pattern) makes Pluton usable as an amplifier in a PHIL system (Power Hardware-in-the-Loop). Several units can be connected in parallel, in series or as a matrix to create a high-performance network in the voltage range of ± 1500 VDC.
In conjunction with a manager rack, Pluton can be remotely controlled via an Ethernet or RS 485 connection (TCP/IP and ModBus protocols).
- High accuracy 0,5 %
- High efficiency > 93%
- Transients (10%-90%) ≤ 100 μs
- Very low noise
- Very low output impedance
- 100% absorption capacity
- HVDC grids up to 3000V