For the upgrading process of the inverter, our team incorporated a variable speed BLDC motor compressor. We also converted its drive to a constant voltage and variable frequency and allowed the compressor to run near peak rated speed.
We incorporated an active PFC (Power Factor Correction) circuit at the mains input stage to resolve the start surge problem. With the help of our firmware services, we were able to correctly employ a design for the BLDC motor drive and its air conditioning application. We also included EMS vendor identification for the manufacturing of PCB assemblies. Additionally, we included the BLDC motor driver with power and a control card.
For the controller, we prioritized a single board solution with double-sided PTH. We also employed a microcontroller, PFC Driver, IPM, Bridge rectifier for the hardware of the device. We coded and programmed the entire product using C language.
Our focus was to enhance the functionality of the product. So, after strategically employing our resources, we were able to achieve the following results:
The finished generic inverter can now be tailored for multiple applications with its new and enhanced features.