Inverter

What's our Technology?

Our inverters use state-of-the-art materials

Circuit Design

We believe EMC compliance can only be achieved from the inverter up, that's why focus on quality circuit design as a solid foundation

Component Selection

We use the optimal component for your application, and are constantly designing novel inverter topologies to aid this

Silicon Carbide

Fast switching and low loss, we believe SiC inverters are the future of inverter design

Circuit Design

Through years of experience Technelec has  developed a 5-step approach to designing circuits.

  1. Incredibly compact design
  2. Minimum component count
  3. Minimising inductance loops
  4. Optimise gate drive circuit
  5. Noise immunity, avoiding voltage spikes

Our circuit designs are the foundation of a great product.

  • Lower Cost. By minimising component count we reduce the cost of the individual board.
  • Quicker EMC compliance. We design boards from the ground up by ensuring we minimise inductance loops and electrical noise.

Component Selection

We understand that a board with the wrong components is just as inefficient as a board with a board with a bad design, that’s why we take our time choosing the right components for your application.

Using bespoke components for your application has several advantages

  • Efficiency. Choosing the right components for your use case ensures that the inverter is tuned so that the peak efficiency lies in your average operating range.
  • Lower cost. Minimising redundant components reduce cost and weight.

Silicon Carbide Inverters

Silicon carbide (SiC) technology enables a significant increase in switching frequency, therefore allowing the use of faster, more efficient and lightweight motors. Optimised switching methodology increases efficiency and further reduces mass.

Silicon carbide inverters offer considerable efficiency gains versus conventional inverters based around silicon semiconductors because they produce less heat and are less temperature-sensitive, and therefore have lower cooling demands. They also occupy a smaller form factor, making them ideal for use in electric vehicles.