Solar / Wind Inverter Duty Transformer

The Solar inverter duty transformer and Wind inverter duty transformer play a vital role in converting the low voltage generated by solar panels or wind turbines into a high voltage suitable for feeding into the power grid. These transformers, also known as Convertor Duty or Inverter Duty transformers, are specifically designed to handle the unique requirements and challenges associated with renewable energy sources.

One of the key considerations in the design of these transformers is their ability to resist harmonic currents caused by the rectifier/inverter systems used in solar and wind power applications. Harmonics can introduce distortions and affect the quality of the power output. The Solar and Wind inverter duty transformers are built with features that mitigate these harmonics, ensuring a clean and stable power supply to the grid.

Features of Solar Transformer

  • Designed to give maintenance free long-lasting operation for a minimum of 30 years.
  • Copper Static shield provided between primary and secondary to protect transformer against disturbance.
  • We take reduced current density to protect transformer from overheating due to harmonic current and thus limits the transformer loss.
  • We take flux density lower to decrease core loss due to harmonic interference from inverters and thyristors.
We manufacture both onload, as well as offload solar/wind transformer, ranges from 250 KVA to 8.34 MVA with a voltage class of 3.3, 6.6, 11, 22, & 33 on the primary side and from 200 volt to 1000 volt on the secondary side.