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Difference between Constant Current Regulator and Constant SourceInverter

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], May 5, 2009.

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  1. Guest

    Hello,

    As obvious from the message window, I need to know the difference
    between CSI and CCR. By CCR I mean what is used at high capacity for
    driving airfield lights. If the entire purpose of CCR is to first
    rectify it, then invert it for three phase at required current
    capacity then can we say that it is just a Constant Source Inverter
    implementing a PWM based control.

    Thanks in advance, btw if there is a more specific group to which I
    can direct me querry, please do tell.

    Mak
     
  2. legg

    legg Guest

    Perhaps someone is missreading an accronym. CSI is a commonly used to
    identify a current source inverter. That is an AC generator.

    Avoid accronyms if you want to avoid confusion.

    RL
     
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