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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: 8 December 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 132
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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 power levels from a fraction of a watt up to 20 kW. The voltage range is 600 V and below at a frequency or frequencies of dc 1 kHz.

Purpose

The purpose of this recommended practice is threefold:

a) To provide a systems engineering approach to acquisition, adaptation, and integration of electronic power subsystems

b) To facilitate and promote a modular approach to element or subsystem integration

c) To enable effective communication between the end users of power electronics and their manufacturers or suppliers

Document History

1573
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...
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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