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Norelem

Boggled by Toggle Clamps?

Although widely available and suitable for many applications, toggle clamps are often neglected and aren’t first to mind for design engineers. Paul Mulvey, Sales Manager at norelem UK, explains best practice uses for toggle clamps and how they benefit users.

Delta Electronics

Delta Acquires Lighting Solution Brand Amerlux To Enhance its IoT-based Green Solutions for Smart Buildings and Cities

Delta Electronics, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Delta”), a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, and Amerlux, LLC (hereinafter referred to as “Amerlux”), a U.S.-based LED architectural lighting solutions company, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement pursuant to which Delta Electronics (Netherlands) B.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta, will acquire 100% of Amerlux’s interests for USD 90,000,000 (approx. NTD 2,769,300). The transaction is expected to close during the second quarter of 2019. The aforementioned agreement includes an earn-out mechanism in which Delta will pay an additional pre-established amount for the transaction should Amerlux’s 2019 EBITDA(1) and revenue reach a predetermined target.

Leuze

Leuze electronic demonstrated its safety expertise at the LogiMAT 2019

As a safety expert with many years of experience in conveyor and storage systems, Leuze electronic demonstrated its smart and efficient sensor solutions at the LogiMAT, which took place in Stuttgart from February 19 to 21.

Delta Electronics

Delta’s UPS and DCIM Systems Power Bytesnet’s New Green Data Centre and Data Lab

Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, announced today its DPH 500kVA modular uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and InfraSuite Manager data center information management (DCIM) system are now in operation at Bytesnet’s new d’Root data center at Zernike Campus Groningen in the Netherlands. The DPH 500kVA UPS delivers fully rated power (kVA=kW) and it requires only 50% of the space needed by similar systems from competitors. With Delta’s DCIM, Bytesnet can collect energy consumption data from power meters and environmental detectors in real time to monitor data center operations remotely.

Delta Electronics

Delta Showcases its Highly Diversified Portfolio of Power Electronics, Cooling Systems and Integrated Power Solutions at Electronica 2018

Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, will present its wide range of innovations at Electronica 2018. These will include high voltage power supplies, programmable power sources, EC fan cooling systems, lithium-ion battery energy storage cabinets, CellD telecom power systems and integrated power solutions that boost energy savings and optimise performance, especially for highly demanding applications that are paving the transition towards Industry 4.0 and 5G communications. Delta’s wide portfolio, ranging from component devices to system solutions, enables one-stop shop for customers in industrial, telecom, appliance sectors, among others.

CAMILLE BAUER

Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG sets a new standard for creating mains quality compliance reports, conveniently and without expensive software

A revolutionary new idea from Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG - the instrumentation specialist for power quality analysis. The function is easy to use and is called PQ EasyReporting. An innovation that allows you to generate either standard-compliant or user-specific statistical reports directly from the measurement instrument. All this can be done completely autonomously without using proprietary software which sometimes makes life complicated for both users and IT departments.

Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric VFDs help farms grow operations

Three-phase power is often unavailable in rural and remote locations, which is a primary reason why farmers struggle to grow their operations. Any farm looking to run larger fans and motors to help increase storage and handling capacity have thus far been forced into using traditional solutions such as rotary phase converters, which are costly, have big capacitor banks and a high amp draw, running up electricity bills and erasing profits. Now, however, increasing numbers are turning to the latest Mitsubishi Electric variable frequency drives (VFDs), which allow a three-phase motor to run from a single-phase electric supply without a phase converter, facilitating greater power and lower energy consumption.

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