Drivers for Electric Motors:
DC motors require drivers that control and turn it.
We have developed drivers for military and civilian purpose in various power capacities, from dozens of watts to tens of kilowatts. Each driver is custom-made to specific requirements. The drivers meet stringent military and civilian standards, maintain maximum reliability, minimal weight and volume, and come at a competitive price.
Control Systems for the Commercial Market:
The team develops control systems for civilian applications that withstand harsh environments. For example, a vacuum pump for pumping milk in a portable system, a control system for a mechanical seal, a diamond polishing driver, and more. Like in military applications, these systems are required to function in extreme environmental conditions, comply with strict quality standards, and meet unique technological challenges.
The aerospace electric actuator consists of engine, gear, and engine control systems. The control system consists of three cards, interface, power, and CPU, as well as software that accepts position commands from the flight computer. The system controls the output angle obtained. The challenge in developing such actuators was the high hardware density, which is a result of limited volume, control accuracy, and strict aviation standards.
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU):
APU systems are located mainly on large transport vehicles such as vehicles, electric boats, and aircraft. They produce electricity for peripheral systems. The APU converts mechanical energy (magnetic) into electrical energy. The system generates high AC and at the end of the process aligns the DC voltage constant at any load.
The greatest challenge in developing these systems is the complexity of controlling all of the system parts and creating a constant voltage (28V DC) at every possible field conditions such as variable load, temperature, and barometric pressure. The system also controls the operation of the combustion engine and maintains the most economical operation mode at any time.
The team has experience in the development of relatively small low-power 0.5 kW systems to large power systems of 15 kW.
Jet Fuel Starter Alternator (JFSA):
JFSA is a turbine engine designed to "push" a jet engine to self-acceleration. Once the rpm arrives at self-acceleration, the system shifts to alternator mode and generates power for the platform systems.
The challenge in these systems is to both combine the cogeneration requirements and the ignition requirements and do so efficiently and economically under size and weight constraints.