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Webinar presents next step in phase current measurement

11th May 2017
Alice Matthews

On 7th June 2017, Isabellenhütte’s current measurement experts will again offer the successful webinar on shunt-based phase current measurement – this time in English – and show how the new shunt-based IPC series avoids the interference to current measurement caused by magnetic fields in the past. In the webinar, Isabellenhütte will demonstrate the performance range of the IPC series and show which challenges and advantages arise from the use of ISAscale technology in this new product.

ISAscale technology is the basis for shunt-based phase current measurement. This approach increases precision and significantly reduces sensitivity to interference in output-side current measurement, particularly in applications such as wind energy, machine tools and central inverters used in photovoltaic systems. That is made possible by digitalised measurement using delta-sigma modulation (∆ ∑). The challenge for the customer is the integration of the digitalised delta-sigma signal into the control unit used in various applications.

The webinar will highlight solutions and explain ways in which developers can benefit from this new standard. Among other things, the webinar will cover:

  • Principles of ∆ ∑ modulation
  • Performance range of the IPC series
  • Demonstration of the IPC evaluation kit for the assessment of the delta-sigma data stream

The focus of the webinar will be on the technological approach and dialog between experts. Participants need not worry that the event will be a promotional event for the product. That is why ISAscale head developer Benjamin Seel has agreed to speak at the event. At the end of the webinar, Seel will answer participants’ technical questions. The event will be moderated by Tobias Wolff, who will guide the participants through the topics and discussion. The webinar will be held in English.

Webinar: IPC-Series by ISAscale - The next step in phase current measurement
Date: 7th June 2017
Time: 2pm
Duration: 45 minutes
Registration: click here.

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