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Photovoltaic Power Converter

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KYOTO, Japan, Oct. 1, 2021 — The KPC8H-FC photovoltaic power converter from Kyoto Semiconductor Co. Ltd. is an updated version of its previous model, increasing the optical power input’s rated value.

By improving the device’s efficiency, electrical output has been increased 1.3 × under the same optical input power. In addition, due to the improvement of heat dissipation, the rated value of the maximum optical power input has been tripled. New applications that require higher output can be enabled. It’s predecessor is a pigtail module with a single-mode optical fiber, while the KPC8H-FC adopts a small form factor integrated in the ferrule connector receptacle. It can be directly attached to the operation panel.


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Oct 2021
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