COMPISO connected to an airplane

scaleable

Power electronics
test systems

scaleable

Power electronics test systems

Solutions

Reliable Power
Electronics made in Austria

EGSTON Power Electronics aims to develop products that consistently meet the highest expectations for quality, reliability and function. Our products are mounted in racks, yet we are not afraid to think outside the box, and we keep doing that throughout all phases of every single project to achieve total customer satisfaction.

Amplifier Unit

COMPISO

The CSU100 is a galvanically isolated bidirectional 100kVA emulation and test system with either four or six independent four-quadrant power amplifiers. It can operate in one of several predefined AC and DC operation modes as well as in a wide range of user- defined HIL-based modes.

Produktbild CSU100

Where are we next?

Farnborough International Airshow 2022

18 - 22 July 2022

For decades, the Farnborough International Airshow has been the global platform for the aerospace and defence industry. This year, its role will carry even greater significance with FIA2022 serving as the first major event to reconnect colleagues from around the world, enabling business growth and recovery. Meet us at the Austrian Pavilion in Hall 3, stand 3727b !

EPE ’22 ECCE EUROPE

5 - 9 Sept 2022

The EPE 2022 ECCE Europe conference will take place in Hannover, Germany, from 5 to 9 September 2022, where participants will gain detailed insights into the state of the art of power electronics and its applications, and enjoy the exchange with other enthusiasts from all over the world who are interested in this highly relevant and constantly growing area. Find us at booth #52 - we are looking forward to have a chat with you!

NEIS 2022

26 - 27 Sept 2022

Since 2013 the NEIS conference provides a forum for scientists and experts to discuss prospective and recent developments in the fields of energy supply and energy storage technologies. The promotion of renewable energies started a paradigm shift away from fossil and nuclear energy towards a sustainable and safe energy supply. This necessary transition also poses challenges for the entire power systems of today, requiring innovative approaches and the establishment of new framework conditions. Looking forward to meeting you there!