節能應用

項目涵蓋集中供電、能源回收、馬達驅動器及碳中和解決方案

Burn-in is the process by which components of a system are exercised before being placed in service and often time prior to the system being completely assembled from those components. This testing process will force certain failures to occur under supervised conditions so an understanding of load capacity of the product can be established. The intention to carry out burn-in test is to detect those particular components that would fail as a result of the initial, high-failure rate portion of the bathtub curve of component reliability. If the burn-in period is made sufficiently long (and, perhaps, artificially stressful), the system can then be trusted to be mostly free of further early failures once the burn-in process is complete.  To fulfill this kind of requirement, numbers of high wattage equipment will participate in this situation, therefore, with the flexibility of MEAN WELL’s system power, users are able to overcome and achieve a ALL in ONE BI system by its functionality.

Burn-in is the process by which components of a system are exercised before being placed in service and often time prior to the system being completely assembled from those components. This testing process will force certain failures to occur under supervised conditions so an understanding of load capacity of the product can be established. The intention to carry out burn-in test is to detect those particular components that would fail as a result of the initial, high-failure rate portion of the bathtub curve of component reliability. If the burn-in period is made sufficiently long (and, perhaps, artificially stressful), the system can then be trusted to be mostly free of further early failures once the burn-in process is complete.  To fulfill this kind of requirement, numbers of high wattage equipment will participate in this situation, therefore, with the flexibility of MEAN WELL’s system power, users are able to overcome and achieve a ALL in ONE BI system by its functionality.

In recent years, green energy and sustainability have become global trends in which batteries play a vital role. As battery specifications and requirements increase, applications as small as portable handheld devices and as large as electric buses, charging and discharging devices and systems, DC residential systems (“DC House”), distributed grids, and Vehicle to Grid (V2G) are on the rise. According to research by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the demand for batteries is expected to grow by several times in the next 10 years (note 1), causing the scale of battery manufacture to increase concomitantly by several times, as well as significant demand for equipment. As shown in the figure below, throughout the entire process of battery production, from the beginning of electrode production, then the coating to the time of shipment, part of the process requires charging and discharging the batteries to ensure their proper functioning and efficiency. The procedures which result in the largest power consumption during battery production are “formation” and “Aging and grading”. As for formation, it is a crucial process that directly affects the quality of battery produced. In the past, battery manufacturers had to use one AC to DC converter for formation, and another DC to AC inverter to achieve both the Formation and Grading processes. Using 2 devices not only occupies a large space, but the overall costs cannot be effectively reduced, not to mention more components lead to more maintenance costs and lower reliability.

儲能應用

涵蓋家庭儲能、行動電源及光電儲能解決方案


 

智能應用

涵蓋工業自動化、BA控制技術、智慧控制及能源管理解決方案