InPhase Insight: Why minimalistic design is essential in Power Electronics

This article is about how mimimalistic design is made a philosophy at InPhase Power to achieve simple but effective solutions. This article will give you a very good idea on how the Research team at InPhase is working tireless to create beautiful Products that looks simple but functions extra-ordinary. Happy Reading.

InPhase Power Active Harmonic Filter and Load Unbalance Compensation – A Case Study

Well Good day readers, Today I bring to you a very interesting case study of how InPhase helped one of our customers to achieve Unbalance compensation. I was very impressed with our team on the effort that they have given on this as they made the customers extremely delighted. I hope you all enjoy reading Continue Reading »

Dr.InPhase Edu Series – How to use FLUKE 434-SERIES II for Power Quality Analysis

Hello Everybody, Hi from Dr.InPhase. In our today’s educational series we are going to learn something very important and rudimentary for Power Quality. That is learning how to measure power quality using one of the popular Power Quality analysis equipment in the market the Fluke 434-II Series. If you have feedback don’t forget to write Continue Reading »


Dear Readers, InPhase recently participated in India’s premiere event for Power Quality “CAPCIT2014“.(You can read more about it here). This blog is to share the abstract of the paper that we presented at CAPACIT2014. If you are interested in receiving the full version of this paper please email to info[@]       ACTIVE HARMONIC Continue Reading »

How TNEB regulatory commission Tangedco determines Power Quality and harmonics

TANGEDCO the Tamilnadu regulatory commission for Electricity is the forerunner in power quality for Industries by setting a Harmonic limit and consequently a penalty for the same when exceeded. This initiative is the first in the country and many other states are sure to follow it.  Refer here on the tariff rates for Harmonics by TANGEDCO  FLUKE the Continue Reading »