- HARTING Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
The series meets the technical requirements set down in the latest standards for stationary energy storage systems (incl. UL 4128) and offers users reliability for connected units. The series features housings with space for a heavy-current contact up to 200 A.
- TRACO Power North America, Inc.
The TEA line consists of three unregulated 1 Watt DC/DC converters offering 5V input (±10%) and 5 V @ 200mA outputs. The three distinct models are: TEA 1-0505 is a SIP-4 model with 1500 VDC I/O Isolation; TEA 1-05050E is a SIP-7 model with 1500 VDC I/O Isolation; and the TEA 1-0505HI is a SIP-7 model with 4000 VDC I/O Isolation.
- Dinkle Corporation
Dinkle’s DPT DIN rail series terminal blocks provide access, DIN rail mounting with no tools required, and push-in design to ensure secure wiring connection while reducing time and tools required for termination.
- Carlo Gavazzi
The WM15 is a Class 1 (kWh) 3-phase power analyzer which can be used for single, two and three phase systems, as well as wild-leg systems. It can measure most relevant instantaneous electrical variables, energy consumption, and harmonic distortion.
COPA-DATA has upgraded zenon's IoT functionality with zenon Service Grid, which comprises a system of modular software components, or microservices.
The applications are numerous, and they all build on the idea of temporarily storing the excess or necessary electrical energy largely independently of the grid.
The LR2 line reactor series adds seven frame sizes to match all GS, DURApulse and WEG drives. VTF series output filters combine line reactor and resistor-capacitor filter circuit to provide protection against voltage wave reflection, especially on long motor cable runs up to 1,000 feet.
- Delta Electronics
Based on a convection-cooled design, the Lyte series operates between -20°C to +70°C, with full power available from -10°C to +50°C at 230Vac. It allows cold start at -30°C even in extreme condition. The overcurrent protection is designed to operate in constant current mode, which makes the product suitable for inductive and capacitive load applications.
These pole mounted, solar power systems provide autonomous electrical power for telecommunications equipment, gate openers, security cameras and electronics, traffic devices, wireless radios, PLC/control panels, sensors, motors, and lights.
- Phoenix Contact
The EMpro tracks energy parameters such as voltage, current, and power at the machine or system level. It then communicates that data locally, or transmits it to cloud-based services, creating an IIoT energy-monitoring solution.