Gustav Klein GmbH & Co. KG

Postfach 1248, 86952 Schongau
Im Forchet 3, 86956 Schongau
Telephone +49 8861 209-0
Fax +49 8861 209-180

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Energy Storage Europe 2019 hall map (Hall 8b): stand G24

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Energy Storage Europe 2019 fairground map: Hall 8b

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 06  Storage Systems
  • 06.01  Stationary Grid-Connected Systems
  • 06.01.02  Storage for Integration into Distribution Networks

Storage for Integration into Distribution Networks

  • 06  Storage Systems
  • 06.04  Testing and Simulation Systems

Testing and Simulation Systems

Our products

Product category: Testing and Simulation Systems

AC-Source / Sink

AC-Source / Sink (Options)
Type TS-AC-5445(1 -) / RTS-AC-544(51 -)
Type TS-AC-5446(3 -) / RTS-AC-5446(3 -)

Controllable voltage and frequency, nominal power up to 200kVA 1~ or up to 500kVA 3~

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Product category: Testing and Simulation Systems

DC-Source / Sink

TYP I-TS-3870

Industrial solution to simulate and test Li-Ion Batteries, fuel cell, solar power, switches, contactors ….

Also available as multichannel system with up to 4 channels max. 1000V and 1000A

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Product category: Storage for Integration into Distribution Networks

Active Infeed Converter

TYP AIC-3890

AC/DC Converter for large scale Energy Storage specially designed to be used with first and second life batteries of electric cars.

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About us

Company details

General Information
The GUSTAV KLEIN company was founded in Schongau, Germany, in 1948. In 1969, a subsidiary factory was opened in Austria, at that time our principial export country, and is now located in Inzing to the west of Innsbruck. The GUSTAV KLEIN company has 240 employees in the two factories.

The manufacture of transformers was the beginning of our rapidly expanding product palette, soon followed by voltage stabilizers and AC mains voltage regulators for radio and television broadcast transmitters of the Deutsche Bundespost (at that time the German telecommunications authority).
The first thyristor rectifiers were developed and presented in 1960. When the design of the thyristor inverter was ready for production in 1962, the two were combined to form a “UPS equipment” which was completed in 1968 with the newly developed, fully uninterruptible, electronic AC mains switching device (NUE).
Switched-mode rectifiers and DC converters were delivered from 1970 on.
As soon as high-current bipolar transistors became available in 1985, the GUSTAV KLEIN company began production of single-phase and 3-phase pulse-width modulated inverters and UPS equipment with ratings up to 100 kVA.
New IGBT transistors made it possible to improve the efficiency of our UPS equipment in 1996. Since the year 2000 UPS equipment with microprocessors are in our product range.
UPS equipment can now be supplied with system ratings up to 1600 kVA.

“Your partner for all aspects of power supply equipment”

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