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IEEE 1573

Recommended Practice for Electronic Power Subsystems: Parameters, Interfaces, Elements, and Performance

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 11 September 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 124
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Foreword 

Electronic power subsystems are integral to electronic systems. They perform the tasks of power processing, management, and distribution to all user-level electronics. Clear definition and precise understanding of system-level performance parameters are crucial in building commonalties among different users of electronic power elements. Additionally, system-level understanding of the available electronic power elements or subsystems is the cornerstone to their successful adaptation and integration.

IEEE Std 1573-2003 facilitates implementation of electronic power subsystems. This recommended practice provides specification language at a system-level. It also provides for system-level adaptation and accommodation of commercially available elements or subsystems for specific applications. System-level adaptation and accommodation approaches are provided for use of such elements or subsystems in applications other than those for which they were marketed.

IEEE Std 1573-2003 is a companion to IEEE Std 1515TM-2000, IEEE Recommended Practice for Electronic Power Subsystems: Parameter Definitions, Test Conditions, and Test Methods.a While IEEE Std 1515-2000 defines the parameters commonly used in specifying power electronic elements, IEEE Std 1573-2003 focuses on system-level parameters used to enhance effective element adaptation and integration in developing a subsystem.

IEEE Std 1573-2003 provides for a systems engineering approach to acquisition, adaptation, and integration of electronic power subsystems. This recommended practice facilitates and promotes a modular approach to element or subsystem integration, and enables effective communication between the end users of power electronics and their manufacturers or suppliers. It is intended for general users as well as for users for whom performance and logistics are paramount to achieve subsystem availability and affordability.

This recommended practice is intended for use by system engineers, designers, integrators, and manufacturers of power electronic elements. It allows for and promotes effective user-manufacturer cooperation to facilitate element or subsystem specification, acquisition, adaptation, and integration with the performance and logistics predictability and integrity required by today's demanding applications. It will also be useful for engineers and graduate students who are just entering the field of electronic power systems, since many of the parameters are seldom discussed comprehensively in university courses or in professional educational seminars.

Scope

This recommended practice provides a technical basis for implementation of electronic power subsystems. It is intended for electronic systems engineers and integrators, electronic power subsystem designers and integrators, as well as power element manufacturers and suppliers. It addresses system level issues in element or subsystem integration, adaptation, and accommodation. It also defines system interface parameters, test methods, and test conditions.

This recommended practice applies to ac-dc and dc-dc electronic power subsystems. The range of electronic power subsystems includes those with dc, single-phase, and three-phase inputs, having power levels from a fraction of a watt up to 20 kW. The voltage range is 600V and below at a frequency or frequencies of dc 1 kHz. Internal operating frequencies within elements or subsystems may be much higher than 1 kHz.

This recommended practice may be used outside the range where applicable.

This recommended practice builds on and supplements IEEE Std 1515-2000.1

Document History

December 8, 2021
Recommended Practice for Electronic Power Subsystems: Parameters, Interfaces, Elements, and Performance
This recommended practice applies to ac–dc, dc-ac, and dc–dc electronic power subsystems. The range of electronic power subsystems includes those with dc, single-phase, and three-phase inputs, having...
IEEE 1573
September 11, 2003
Recommended Practice for Electronic Power Subsystems: Parameters, Interfaces, Elements, and Performance
Foreword  Electronic power subsystems are integral to electronic systems. They perform the tasks of power processing, management, and distribution to all user-level electronics. Clear definition and...

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