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July, 2020


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Novatech Offers Electric Substation Automation Platform


Quakertown, PA — Electric utilities face the challenge of managing aging and unsupported legacy automation and monitoring equipment at their substations and pole-tops. This equipment is critical for accessing data from intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) for measurement and protection, automating key functions and enabling remote users to secure- ly control power-system devices. Increasingly, outdated legacy


technology such as remote terminal units (RTUs) needs to be updated to keep up with evolving performance requirements, communication needs and increased security compliance protocols. NovaTech’s Orion Substation


Automation Platform is an all-in-one communication and automation processor that can connect to nearly any substation device in its native pro- tocol and provide solutions that effec- tively reduce the number of hardware


SCHURTER Expands CSO Series of Fuse Clips


Santa Rosa, CA — SCHURTER is expanding its high-performance CSO series of fuse clips for 0.4 in. (10.3 mm) diameter fuses with an M5 screw and rivet mounting option, in addition to the M3 and versions for surface or through-hole mounting. The fuse clip series is designed to exhibit excellent material properties in applications with voltages up to 1,500 VAC/VDC and currents up to 32A. The CSO series is characterized


by a strong clamping force, due to the use of a special copper alloy. The clamping effect results in minimal


components in each substation, improve integration with existing


IEDs and RTUs, simplify data access and configuration through integrated,


web-based HMI, SCADA and alarm annunciator interfaces and facilitate cybersecurity compliance to meet NERC CIP requirements. It can be integrated with any


equipment, including competitors, and is often connected to micro- processor-based relays, meters, event recorders, IEDs and RTUs. It is then connected to an existing enterprise


network or SCADA system. Contact: NovaTech, LLC, 1720


Orion substation automation platform.


Molasses Way, Quakertown, PA 18951 % 484-812-6000 Web: www.novatechweb.com


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CSO series fuse clip for high-power applications.


power dissipation, particularly important for applications with high currents, where power losses must be minimized. The series has a typical contact


resistance of less than or equal to 1 mW, making it well-suited for use in e- mobility charging, PV and other high- powered DC applications. The addi- tion of an M5 mounting option pro- vides even more extended design flex- ibility across a wide range of both AC


and DC applications. Contact: SCHURTER, Inc., 447


Aviation Boulevard, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 % 707-636-3000 fax: 707-636-3033 E-mail: sbowser@schurterinc.com Web: www.schurterinc.com


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