Victron Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
Victron Pulse Width Modulation is a microprocessor digital output that control analog circuits and its control in power electronics. From its electromagnetic interference, high dynamic control, steady-state and thermal design almost makes PWM a converter operation. PWM methods has been well established in the past and have made it easy to understand. In-depth understanding of the modulation process as well as its spectral and dynamic characteristics could achieve optimal performance in control and power quality.
Blue Solar PWM- light charge controllers is a programmable load output with lighting control mode that has a three stage battery charging (bulk-absorption-float).This enables it to have a low battery voltage disconnect function. Battery voltage is within 12- 24V and has a solar/charge current rate of 5-30A. Blue Solar PWM Light Charge Controller are protected against over current, short circuit and reverse polarity connection of the battery or solar array.
Victron Pulse Width Modulation encodes analog signal levels, through the use of high-resolution counters. To encode a specific analog signal level, the duty cycle of a square wave is modulated. Blue Solar PWM signal are fully DC supply at any given time either fully on or fully off. To supply voltage and current source to the analog load, it is by means of a repeating series of on and off pulses. The on-time is when the DC supply is applied to the load, and the off time is when the supply is switched off. It clearly seen that Victron Pulse Width Modulation can encode any analog.