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Fuel Cell Research Collaboration with UTBM

02. April 2014

Since 2007, a research team at ETH Zurich, from which Celeroton AG spun out of, has been part of a scientific collaboration in the area of fuel cells with the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard (UTBM). This collaboration has lead to the development of a 10 kW fuel cell model coupled with a Celeroton air compressor, that forms part of a Hardware-in-the-Loop test bench. Here we present an interview with two of UTBM’s scientists, Prof. Miraoui and Prof. Gao.

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New Booth at SPS Drives 2013

01. April 2014

Last November Celeroton presented itself at the SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg with a new trade fair booth.

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Low Voltage Converter CC-100-1000

01. April 2014

Sensorless within the smallest space. Celeroton presents with the new CC-100-1000 an extremely compact converter with a power output of 1 kW and all as a single PCB solution. This new electronics allows for sensorless speed control of synchronous and asynchronous motors with rotational speeds of up to 500,000 rpm.

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Launch of Turbo Compressor CT-15-150

17. January 2014

With the new CT-15-150, small pressure differences and mass/volume flows are now covered by ultra-high-speed turbo compressors. This provides benefits concerning volume, weight and efficiency.

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Interview Engineering Project Rieter

10. September 2013

In the year 2012 Celeroton completed an engineering project with Rieter CZ. Dr. Jiri Sloupensky, Rieter’s manager of this project, talks about the collaboration.

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5 Years Celeroton

10. September 2013

For five years now, we have been working full steam on innovative solutions in ultra-high-speed electrical drive systems. It is high time for a review.

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Product Launch CT-13-1000

10. September 2013

With the new CT-13-1000 Celeroton enlarges its product range with the first diagonal turbo compressor. What are the benefits of the new model?

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Interview Micromachining

25. June 2013

High rotational speeds, more exact machining: Celeroton's system often are used in micromachining applications. An interview with one of our project partners.

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User Report Mecatronix

25. June 2013

Mecatronix, a german manufacturer of mechatronic systems, is using Celeroton’s converter CC-75-500 to operate its newly developed Fermi-chopper. We are happy to introduce this collaboration to you.

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Sensorless Control with High Inertia

25. June 2013

Celeroton‘s converters allow for sensorless motor control. The higher the interia, the bigger the challenge for our development engineers.

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