FREQCON Multi-Source Converter (MSC)
The FREQCON Multi-Source Converter (MSC) is a Hybrid Converter. It is a technological breakthrough in today’s Microgrid and Hybrid energy market. Multiple energy sources (wind, PV, batteries, fuel cells etc.) can be connected to one common DC-link of the FREQCON MSC, thus reducing investment and installation costs, increasing the overall efficiency and achieving a higher level of system integration.
With FREQCON’s reliable, robust and fully integrated Energy Management System (EMS), any project specific energy management strategy can be implemented. The FREQCON MSC is an on-grid and off-grid converter equipped with the capability of stabilizing the grid by active frequency and voltage support. It is compatible with almost all market available energy storage technologies such as lithium-ion, lead-acid or redox-flow batteries. With its multi-source converter technology, multiple storage technologies can also be connected in parallel with the same converter.
With a design life of 20 years, integrated with project adapted medium-voltage components and packed inside a standardized 20 ft, 30 ft or 40 ft container, FREQCON MSC offers an ultimate solution for worldwide Hybrid and Microgrid project applications. When it comes to Hybrid or Microgrid projects with storage and grid stabilization applications, our FREQCON MSC is unmatchable in quality and flexibility!
Your benefits at a glance
- Hybrid Converter concept enables integration of additional energy sources / consumers
- Subsequent integration of energy sources requires little effort
- IGBT based grid converter 175 kW to 2 MW, scalable to > 100 MW
- Easy customer-specific adjustments
- Compliance with all required Grid Codes
- > 98% efficiency
FREQCON applications for MSC-Converters
Active harmonic filter
Island grid operation
Reactive power compensation
Black start capability
27336 Rethem, GERMANY
Phone: +49 5165 291760 – 0
FREQCON UK + Ireland
Quarry Lane, Boyle
Co. Roscommon, IRELAND
Phone: +353 83 0268111
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