Environmental Protection

Energy


Danfoss Drives

Variable Frequency Drive

Danfoss Drives’ VLT® Micro Drive is now available in an M4-frame size covering the three-phase 380 – 480 VAC, 15 – 20 HP range. The M4 is 250-mm tall (292 mm with flange) x 125-mm wide x 241-mm deep. They feature conformal-coated PCBs per IEC 60721-3-3, class 3C3, and provide serial communication via RS 485 Modbus RTU and FC protocols. It features a detachable local control panel with or without a potentiometer, a copy function, and a panel-front mounting kit.

    Schneider Electric

    TeSys® D Contactors

    Schneider Electric of Palatine, Ill., has introduced the latest additions to its range of motor control products with TeSys® D 40A, 50A and 65A contactors featuring Everlink® termination technology.

    “Schneider Electric’s Everlink technology is exclusive to TeSys D 40A, 50A and 65A contactors and TeSys GV3P 40A and 65A manual motor protectors,” said Tim Roberts, Schneider Electric staff product specialist.

    Everlink termination technology saves time by providing a direct connection to TeSys D overload relays and TeSys GV3P manual motor protectors without requiring an interconnect block. Everlink technology also reduces wiring errors with direct connections. Spring termination technology moves with the wire as it relaxes over time to reduce the need to retighten.


      Hendrix Wire & Cable

      Underground Cable

      Hendrix Wire & Cable, a premier provider of high quality overhead and underground power distribution products, offers a complete product portfolio for the wind power industry. The portfolio includes the 34.5 kV TRXLP-insulated medium voltage underground cable and Spacer Cable for primary distribution systems. The 34.5 kV underground cables are available in both aluminum and copper conductor. Standard conductor sizes range from 1/0 through 1250 kcmil in full and reduced concentric neutral configurations. Spacer Cable Systems can be used when topography or soil conditions make underground distribution systems too expensive. Project costs and construction time can be reduced by designing multiple circuits on a single pole and through reduced right-of-way requirements. Underground cable is made and tested to meet ICEA/AEIC Standards and is dry-cure, triple-extruded.


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