ABB holds Low-Voltage Roadshow

  • June 18, 2008
  • ABB
  • News
CINCINNATI, OH, June 18, 2008 - Customers and ABB prospects descended on the downtown Hyatt Regency here on Thursday, June 12, to see ABB’s automation solutions@work. Channel partners attended briefings a day earlier, to focus customers and prospects on expanding their existing automation solutions with ABB. Workshops offer “must-know” expertise on a host of automation-related information, ranging from UL and NEC standards, to mitigating arc flash in transformers, to harmonic mitigation in industrial environments, to sizing motors correctly for drives, to a profile of motor types, and PLC installations, and efficient, energy saving control panel designs. The show offers visitors a close-up look at a wide berth of low-voltage products and services (drives, controls, and motors), automation, power/transformer, medium voltage, and instrumentation solutions -- and the chance to talk with the product experts on all the lines. The Process Automation division of ABB, along with the Instrumentation Local Business Unit (of the Automation Products division), were on the floor with new displays. The Roadshow resumes its tour, stopping next in Anaheim/Orange County, CA.ABB, Automation Products, Low Voltage Drives, is the world's largest manufacturer of electric motors and drives. And ABB, Automation Products, Low Voltage Products & Systems, is a leading manufacturer and supplier of control products. ABB Low Voltage Products now offers both drives and control products from a single point of sales contact. ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs more than 110,000 people. Learn More

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