FIMER to launch 5 MVA bidirectional converter in India 


Inverter manufacturer FIMER will launch a 5 MVA bidirectional converter (BDC) for large-scale grid-connected energy storage applications within the next two months in India. The product will be commercially available by early next year. It will be the largest BDC made in India, stated the company. 

FIMER mainly caters to commercial and industrial and utility-scale applications in India and other markets. The company has a 10 GW factory in Bengaluru, which manufactures central inverters, bidirectional converters, and inverters for microgrid applications. 

FIMER’s 1 MVA bidirectional converter, PVS980-58BC, has been successfully deployed in Modhera and Indian army projects in Leh, Ladakh. 

The PVS980-58BC 5MVA features 978-1,500 V DC input, an efficiency of up to 98.8%, and a compact and modular design. The product measures 5694x2350x1634 mm and weighs 6,000 kg. It is designed for outdoor use with an IP55-rated enclosure and self-contained cooling system. The BDC can operate in ambient temperatures (nominal) ranging from -20 °C to +50 °C, and relative humidity of 5% to 100%.   


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