Past Products

Tactical Inverter. Uses SiC devices, nano-crystalline magnetics, and proprietary control strategies to achieve small size and high efficiency. This 10 kW unit draws power from a 28 VDC source, such as batteries or a mobile fuel cell, and converts it to single-phase 120 VAC and three-phase 208 VAC. The first prototype has been demonstrated to the Army. The project has been funded over the last several years by the Army and Office of Naval Research (on behalf of the Marines).

Ultra-Light 1 kW Genset. Uses a JP8 UAV engine and weighs about 18 pounds. The primary use for the genset will be the charging of batteries for groups of 10 to 100 soldiers in the field. The initial phases of this project were funded by the Army.

Navy High Frequency, Bi-Directional Converter. Used to connect AC and DC busses in future Naval ships. With galvanic isolation using a high frequency transformer and bi-directional capability, this converter will enable the reconfiguration of the sources and loads, leading to greater fight-through capability in future ships. This converter also uses SiC devices, nano-crystalline magnetics and proprietary control strategies to achieve small size. The project has been funded by the Office of Naval Research. Peregrine believes that a strategic partner who already is an established supplier of Navy power systems should be involved in this project in the future.

Power Supply for Next Generation Aircraft Radar Decoy. The product here will be more flexible and less expensive. Aircraft radar decoys are used by all branches of the U.S. military.

Utility-Dispatchable Distributed Energy Storage. This system will be located at the site of the utility's residential customer. Peregrine is working with its local electrical utility to enable it to dispatch the real and reactive power through new solid state interactive meters. This project has been funded so far by DOE.