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JOCET 2018 Vol.6(2): 125-133 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.18178/JOCET.2018.6.2.447

EMC Evaluation of Off-Grid and Grid-Tied Photovoltaic Systems for the Brazilian Scenario

H. J. Loschi, L. A. S. Ferreira, D. A. Nascimento, P. E. R. Cardoso, S. R. M. Carvalho, and F. D. Conte
Abstract—In this paper is discussed the importance of analysis for electromagnetic compatibility of the photovoltaic generation systems components concerning emissions of radiated and conducted electromagnetic disturbances on mains DC and AC lines. Current standards and tests showed that some frequency spectrum bands such from 150 kHz to 5MHz it is the more affected by conducted disturbances and from 30MHz to 200MHz it is the more affected by radiated disturbances, by the two main types of photovoltaic generation systems: Grid-Tied and Off-Grid applications. The concern is greater since one equipment used for the tests has EMC certifications. In addition, with the measurements of radiated and conducted electromagnetic disturbances it becomes possible to discuss a future scenario for mandatory certification of components of PV generation systems, mainly PV inverters and their applications.

Index Terms—Electromagnetic compatibility, DC-AC power conversion, Photovoltaic power systems.

The authors are with the Department of Communication, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Unicamp (DECOM-FEEC-UNICAMP), Campinas 13315-000, SP-Brazil (e-mail hermes@decom.fee.unicamp.br, eng.douglas.a@ieee.org, perc@decom.fee.unicamp.br, luiz.ferreira@outlook.com, srcmessias@gmail.com, fd.conte@decom.fee.unicamp.br).

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Cite:H. J. Loschi, L. A. S. Ferreira, D. A. Nascimento, P. E. R. Cardoso, S. R. M. Carvalho, and F. D. Conte, "EMC Evaluation of Off-Grid and Grid-Tied Photovoltaic Systems for the Brazilian Scenario," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 125-133, 2018.

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