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Volume 28, 2019Computer Applications in Electrical Engineering (ZkwE’2019)
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The use of Delfino digital signal controller in power inverter
Opole University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
ul. Prószkowska 76,
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
This article analyzes the implementation of control algorithm for a single-phase power inverter using digital signal controller (DSC). For this purpose, a floating-point digital signal controller with a trigonometric math unit was used. The controller’s task was to control the H-bridge through a dedicated driver for power MOSFET transistors. For this task, transistors made in NexFET technology with low channel resistance were used. The H-bridge is the main power device of a single-phase, two-level power inverter powered by a 12V battery. As a modulation method, regular modulation with carrier signal using a triangular signal was used. The main aim was to show the digital signal controller’s performance in real-time control of power inverters and to present the maximum sampling frequency of the inverter that can be obtained for the example having been analyzed.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2019
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