Pulling the AC power out of a modern DC/DC power supply won't serve much of a point or purpose being that it is a very high frequency PWM power that is highly dependant on what the internal feedback loop of the DC/DC conversion process is inside the solid state transformer as you call it.I need a solution to tap the solid state transformer at multiple places and take out AC and DC flows.
By the looks of it this seems to be related to power line communication where data is transmitted over the power line.A guy by me has developed this system, is this along the lines you are looking for?
http://www.google.com/patents/US4916734If you're going to try to separate 50 Hz or 60 Hz AC from DC, you are going to need huge, oil filled capacitors at each AC device. It's cheaper and more reliable to add a separate wiring system for DC.
Hi,Sorry for the delay in clarification.
The idea is this. If power generated through a PV panel is fed to the typical system, the DC power will be converted to AC and transmitted to the appliances and at the appliance AC will be converted back to DC. The requirement is to avoid the conversions by transmitting the DC power itself using the AC network. At the sink, there should be a solution to filter out the DC power from the feed.
We are required to use 230V ac to transmit a maximum of 48V dc.
The purpose of the entire solution is to avoid the use of inverters for ac-dc conversion.
Sure. Right after you find an op-amp that can output several kilowatts while being powered by a wire that has both AC and DC currents available in it.
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