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Real Time HiL for Power Electronics

Typhoon's hardware-in-the-loop system delivers 1uS resolution and latency to enable effective test and development of power electronics control circuits and software in a synthetic environment. The HiL800 and HiL400 products combine state of the art FPGA processors and custom software tool-chains to provide a cost effective solution to real time testing.

Control schemes can be tested in a safe, low cost environment, before employing costly, high power test facilities. It provides a time microscope, allowing the designer to view real responses on an oscilloscope, there is no averaging to destroy detail. Contact PPM for more information or visit PPM Power at
http://conferences.theiet.org/power-electronics/index.cfm

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