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특허 상세정보

Control for an electrical generating and distribution system, and method of operation

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) G05B-015/02    G06F-015/56   
미국특허분류(USC) 364/492 ; 307/19 ; 307/29 ; 307/71
출원번호 US-0189776 (1980-09-22)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 64  인용 특허 : 4

A control for an electrical generating and distribution system utilizing a plurality of interconnected microprocessors. An electrical system, for an aircraft for example, may have two engine driven generators and an auxiliary power unit generator with loads connected to each of the engine driven generators through generator circuit breakers. An electrical distribution bus connected through bus tie breakers interconnects the load circuits and the auxiliary generator so that any one generator can power either or both loads. Each generator has a microproces...


In an electrical generation and distribution system having at least two generators (15, 16) each having an output circuit and having for at least one of the generators a load circuit (20) and a generator circuit breaker (18) connecting the load circuit with the generator, an electrical bus (22) and a bus tie breaker (26) connecting the load circuit through said bus with the other of such generator, an improved control, comprising: a microprocessor generator control unit (30, 31) for each of said generators, said generator control units having inputs and ...

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