Since Robicon's inception, we have designed and manufactured equipment utilizing the latest available device technology
Robiconon's inception, we have designed and manufactured equipment utilizing the latest available device technology from the semiconductor industry. From AC and DC thyristor power converter systems at 50 kW to 100 MW and 100 A to 100,000 A, to specialty-pulsed duty converters at 400 MW and 260,000 A, we have tailored equipment designs to meet specific customer requirements. Robicon power supplies address the effective use of power to meet all or part of the industry and utility standards as the application and economics require. Our latest Harmony products have a great degree of modular construction and flexibility to address a wider range of customer applications.
- Glass melters.
- Ozone generators.
- Coating and film processes.
- Polycrystal silicon processes.
- Plasma processing.
- High power, low harmonic 25/50 Hz power converters.
- Furnace power supplies.
Power Quality Input
- Plasma torches.
- Magnetic loads.
- Electro-chemical processing/machining.
- DC arc furnaces/smelting.
- EW-SX processes.
- Plasma coating & vapor deposition applications.
- Single-crystal silicon growing processes.
- Furnace power supplies (powdered metals/ceramics).
Clean Input Waveform
The Harmony series system meets the most stringent requirements of the IEEE 519 1992 standards for
voltage and current harmonic distortion, even if the source capacity is no larger than the supply rating.
The Harmony modules can also be supplied as separate units to answer various application, harmonic and
power factor issues.
- Avoids costly harmonic filters and the associated losses and resonance problems.
- Eliminates need for time consuming harmonic analysis.
- Protects other on-line equipment from harmonic disturbance (computers, telephones, lighting ballast).
- Prevents interference with other power supplies.
- Reduced plant power disturbances and flicker.
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