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Title: Applying Multiple-Input to Multiple-Output Power Converter to Power Management
Authors: Lin, D.-C.;Wang, C.-W.;Huang, P.-H.;Tseng, K.-C.;Chung, Yi-Nung
Contributors: 電機工程學系
Keywords: Flyback converter;Multiple input;Multiple output
Date: 2005-11
Issue Date: 2012-07-02T02:08:34Z
Publisher: Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering
Abstract: This research uses the flyback converter structure to design a highly efficient multiple input power source corresponding to multiple output power
source power converter . In the first stage, utility electricity, solar energy and accumulator battery are used as input power source, providing different load of output power sources and charger for accumulator battery, forming a highly efficient electricity supply structure. When the electricity supply from solar energy is sufficient, aside from supplying load output, it can also be used to charge the accumulator battery.
In the absence of solar energy, the accumulator battery has reserved energy that can supply load output. When the power of accumulator battery is not enough and there is no input of solar energy, the utility electricity can directly supply load output and at the same time, it can be used to charge the accumulator battery. This research uses a transformer to simplify electrical circuit structure, enabling the full utilization of regenerative energy, and using different power source input to give multiple output voltage, and satisfy different voltage load.
Relation: 2005 CACS Automatic Control Conference, Tainan, Taiwan, Nov 18-19, 2005
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