Power Management Systems

Our sister company KiloWatt Labs offers power management through the Centauri Multi-Source Energy Server (SMES) for kilowatt to megawatt power management solutions.


MICC Solar Electric Power Management Features:

  • Single/Three phase pure sine wave output
  • Regulated output voltage PWM 220V  3%
  • Power factor controlled on inductive load unity
  • Super Capacity Storage Bank System (SCSB System)
  • Operable 24/7
  • Fully programmable automatic microcontroller based system
  • URL based remote monitoring & operation (Optional)
  • Automatic zero-load shutdown
  • Auto power up on as low as 1VA load
  • Power management function
  • Over load shut down electronic and thermal breaker
  • Over discharge protection
  • Over charge protection
  • Reverse battery protection
  • Reverse PVP protection
  • Proton exchange charge controller
  • Solar tracker (Optional)
  • DC dump output 12V and 240V, 50AMP
  • Synchronized for improved output
  • VFD controller built in case of pump application
  • 4 digital inputs to automate the system with PLC
  • 2 analogue inputs to automate with pressure
  • Thermal shutdown
  • Auto cooling fans to save energy for system self cooling
  • Built in solar tracking system controller
  • Built in wind pressure monitor (Optional)
  • Digital energy meter to calculate the amount of energy delivered
  • Battery monitor for every battery in bank (Optional)

The MICC combines four major functions with three microcontrollers running in a synchronized operation according to their specific firmware. One Independent Pentium Microprocessor with associated Hardware is monitoring the operations and logging them on the remotely accessible hard disk. The Major Functions of the MICC are as follows:





An exclusively designed Inverter running on a high voltage schema is the main property of the MICC the smallest system: 5KW runs on 96v to 125v to attain Power Factor on DC line near to One. MICC Inverters are capable of handling all types of loads inductive or resistive. The sixth Generation IGBT Power Module running under Step By Step Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) regulated pure sine wave Through firmware programmed Digital Signal Processor (DSP) PIC Microcontroller. The software running the Inverter also manages the controls for Overload, Low Battery, Output Voltage and Load Regulation, Power Factor and Temperature Compensation. All of these advanced functions are accomplished by the inverter making this integrated operation reliable and simple. 



A Dc To Dc converter replaces the function of an MPPT charger. In conventional systems the dc power harvested by solar panels is regulated on maximum power point through this Microcontroller based Converter system. the technology of regulation through PWM Conversion doesn't act like a charger it only regulates the low volt input from solar panels at the time of sun rise and sun set.



The Proton Exchange Charge controller is the Patent right topology of MICC System only. High energy bursts to push energy into battery with Microtron's proprietary algorithm.




The whole process and ongoing operations are monitored and logged through an Exclusively designed Software, BGT LOOK and MGT LOOK with the aid of this software installed in MICC complete logging and monitoring are accomplished on the LCD Panel and accessible remotely, if the system is provided with Lan or Wifi internet connection. A separate hardware energy meter is also installed on the MICC to record the amount of energy delivered to the customer, this meter is non-tamperable and does not reset if altered.

The above described modules combined to form the MICC: an ultimate solution for Solar Power. The MICC is available in a variety of sizes and can be customized for specific circumstances and requirements.



System Applicability:

  • Homes
  • Offices
  • Buildings
  • Complexes
  • Commercial Industries
  • Ranging from 5KW to 50MW

The Off Grid MICCs Can be used as Grid Interactive systems

When the solar energy is available on solar panels the MICC will power the load as well as charge the batteries. In case of non-availability of solar the load is automatically transferred to the battery system, and when the battery level is low the system automatically seeks support from the grid shifting load appropriately. If solar is still absent and the situation persists, the MICC will charge the battery from the grid as well. If the grid is also not available the system automatically starts connected generators and shifts the load to the generator. This entire topology is automatic without any manual interference.

All The MICC systems are Warranteed for five years with Parts and Labor and offered with a Buy Back Policy. If a customer wants to resell the system for any reason, Microtron Technologies will take it back by deducting the cost of energy delivered by the system at the rate of diesel generation per unit cost, i.e. 0.33 liters of diesel is an average consumption of a diesel generator to generate 1 KW.