Jema has been chosen to design, deliver, install and commission 12 orders for reflector and balancing coils for the new TAE C-2W experiment. The scope of the order includes 12 capacitor chargers, 12 control systems and 128 power blocks. The most significant features of the order are modularity, 1.1 kV 3.6 kA power blocks, hysteresis control at 5 kHz and energy storage in film capacitors.
All the energy orders have already undergone tests in situ with nominal condition and using the final magnet.
Having reached the maximum current and voltage point (14 kA and 4.4 kV), with the specified precision at Jema’s facilities has made it possible to fulfil the project plan and provide the client with a faster and safer commissioning process.
The working process includes testing the interface and full integration and connection of the power supply to the tank. The complete connection will take place in the coming weeks.
With this new plant, Jema is adding a new item to the list of energy orders from research laboratories it has in the United States and is showing its capacity to do tests at full power in the factory and with equivalent loads so the time of final commissioning in facilities can be reduced.