New Products for Power Quality

11/17/2005



Power disruption solutions brochure is designed to help identify the right mix of products to support the safe and effective distribution of temporary power, as well as providing personnel or equipment protection in permanent installations. The literature highlights devices typically used for generator applications, temporary power connections, personnel protection and surge suppression including select locking devices, ground fault products, watertight/dust-tight devices, corrosion resistant adapters, weather protective boots, pump and generator kits, in-use covers, and other applicable devices. For more about the brochure from Hubbell, click here .

Ultra-low harmonic drives are offered in wall-mount units in the 7.5- to 125-hp range, and cabinet-built configurations in the 125- to 2,800-hp range. The drives are compact in size and do not require any multi-pulse transformer, external filters or other additional equipment for harmonics reduction. For more about the ACS 800 family from ABB, click here .

Predictive maintenance has tools and educational material on predictive maintenance and preventive maintenance in a wide range of environments. The site is designed as a resource both for experienced professionals running highly sophisticated programs and for those just starting to plan and implement a predictive maintenance program. To access the PdM website by Fluke, click here .


Power quality solutions catalog keeps users up-to-date on industrial power products. The catalog features in-depth product descriptions, upgraded part specifications and detailed technical charts highlighting “total power quality solutions” To request the catalog, click here .





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