Ablerex Electronics Co., Ltd.
|Ablerex Electronics Co., Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140301124||Cascade Bridge-type DC-AC Power Conversion Method and Converter Device Thereof - A cascade bridge-type DC-AC power converter device includes a low-frequency bridge-type power converter including an AC terminal and a DC bus and a high-frequency bridge-type power converter including an AC terminal. A power conversion method includes: serially connecting the AC terminal of the high-frequency bridge-type power converter and the AC terminal of the low-frequency bridge-type power converter; operating frequency of the low-frequency bridge-type power converter synchronized with frequency of an AC source and operating the high-frequency bridge-type power converter with high-frequency PWM to generate a multilevel AC voltage. A DC power source connects to the DC bus of the low-frequency bridge-type power converter. No additional power supply circuit will be required for power supply to a DC bus of the high-frequency bridge-type power converter. Accordingly, the power circuit is simplified and the manufacturing cost is reduced.||10-09-2014|
|20140301119||Multilevel AC/DC Power Converting Method and Converter Device Thereof - A multilevel AC/DC power converter device includes a high-frequency power converter including a first AC port and a low-frequency power converter including a second AC port and a DC port. A power converting method includes: serially connecting the first AC port of the high-frequency power converter and the second AC port of the low-frequency power converter; operating frequency of the low-frequency power converter synchronized with frequency of an AC power source and operating the high-frequency power converter with high-frequency PWM to generate a multilevel AC voltage; controlling the multilevel AC voltage to obtain a current of an input AC port being sinusoidal and in same phase with a voltage of the AC power source. Accordingly, the input power factor approaches unity and the low-frequency power converter supplies a DC voltage to a load via a DC output port.||10-09-2014|
|20100201341||Three-Leg Power Converter Apparatus - A three-leg power converter apparatus including first, second and third input/output ports, a three-leg bridge converter, a filter circuit, a decoupling circuit and a controller is presented. The three-leg bridge converter has three single-leg circuits, two DC terminals connecting to two terminals of the first input/output port, and three mid-terminals with each of them being formed by a middle point of one of the three single-leg circuits. The controller connects to the three-leg bridge converter for controlling an input or output current passing through each DC terminal and mid-terminal. The filter circuit connects between two of the mid-terminals and the second input/output port. The decoupling circuit has two terminals connecting to the second input/output port and another terminal connecting to a terminal of the third input/output port, with the third input/output port having another terminal connecting to the other mid-terminal that dose not connect with the filter circuit.||08-12-2010|
|20100072819||Bi-directional DC to DC power converter having a neutral terminal - A bidirectional DC to DC power converter includes two DC sources, two inductors respectively connected to the two DC sources, a first switch and a second switch respectively connected to the two inductors, two capacitors respectively connected to the two switches, and a third switch connected between the two inductors. The first, second and third switches are respectively connected reversely with a diode in parallel. When the third switch is alternately turned on and off and the first and second switches are always turned off, the power converter operates as a boost power converter and electric energy flows from the two DC sources to the two capacitors. When the third switch is always turned off and the first and second switches are synchronously turned on or off, the power converter operates as a buck power converter and electric energy flows from the two capacitors to the two DC sources.||03-25-2010|
Patent applications by Ablerex Electronics Co., Ltd.