Control Board For Fuel Cells

  • Universally applicable electronics control board, best used for controlling and measuring various hydrogen components and peripherals
  • Best used for monitoring of fuel cells
  • Easy data availability and control using the built-in GSM module
  • Cost-effective and easy to implement
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Control Board For Fuel Cells

  • Containing a number of analog inputs, digital inputs / outputs and communication interfaces designed for measuring / controlling various peripherals (not only) of hydrogen application.
  • Multipurpose control unit with 32bit ST microcontroller
  • Many communication protocols (CAN, LIN, RS232, USB)
  • Galvanically isolated inputs, overcurrent and short circuit protection of outputs
  • Easily configurable firmware for user friendly control of all peripherals
  • Easy data availability and control using the built-in GSM module in an alternative board design (on request).

Application areas

  • Hydrogen fuel cell system control
  • PLC for measuring, evaluating and controlling other devices necessary for the smooth running of your hydrogen application
  • Used for a wide range of applications, especially in industrial automation

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  • Contact us and tell us about your requirements. Our team help you with the suitable control board for fuel cells
Dimensions24.4 × 21.8 × 4.8 cm
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    DEVINN s.r.o.

    DEVINN is a Czech development company centered around its founder and CEO Luboš Hajský. As a stable partner of ŠKODA AUTO, the company has more than 7 years of expertise in innovation and development in multiple technical fields.  

    In 2019 DEVINN started challenging the hydrogen application market and was able to develop multiple projects utilizing hydrogen as a fuel. The company's current focus is the technical and business development of their mobile hydrogen-based energy generator H2BASE aiming to substitute conventional generators burning fossil fuels. 

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