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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION ADVERTORIAL


Waveform data streaming option enhances award- winning Yokogawa WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer


DRAKA WELCOMES NG BAILEY AS A TECHNOLOGY PARTNER


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raka, a brand of Prysmian Group – the world’s market leader in power and telecommunications cables and


systems - is pleased to recognise NG Bailey’s IT Services business as a Technology Partner. This partnershipwill strengthen the collaboration between the two companies on future product application and development. NG Bailey, the UK's leading independent engineering and services business, has been a Draka UC Connect Installation Partner for eight years. As an Installation Partner, it is authorised to sell and install the Draka UC Connect structured wiring solution. With NG Bailey IT Services having significant field experience, includingworking in close collaboration with a major telecom provider on initial trials in rolling out fibre into Multi Dwelling Units (MDUs), Draka has provided the company with access to its engineering teams as an authorised Technology Partner.


Draka  023 8029 5555  www.prysmiangroup.com


- The WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer has been further enhanced with a waveform data streaming


option that brings significant benefits when measuring the efficiency or energy consumption of electronic devices being developed for environmentally friendly applications –


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okogawa has released two new options and implemented a firmware upgrade for its WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer. The enhancements are designed to help companies improve performance when developing or


evaluating electronic devices such as EV-related equipment or systems for solar and wind power installations. The new DS option centres on waveform data streaming, while the focus of new G7 option is IEC harmonic, voltage fluctuation and flicker testing. In addition, a new firmware version is released that offers Modbus/TCP and raw socket communication, a navigation settings menu, webserver functions and the evaluation of multi-phase motor control. The Yokogawa WT5000 is a Precision Power Analyzer that offers exceptional measurement accuracy of ±0.03%


combined with stability, noise immunity and plug-in modular flexibility to meet the measurement needs of those developing energy-efficient systems. “The WT5000, which is the flagship model of our power analyzer WT series, now offers greatly extended


capabilities for companies measuring power consumption and efficiency as part of their development cycle,” explains Terry Marrinan, VP Sales & Marketing Yokogawa Europe and South-East Asia. “Utilizing the latest power electronics technology, engineers can capture the variations of electric energy in more detail and use this information to optimize the development and design effort.” In the development or evaluation of EV or renewable energy systems, continuous waveform output or


synchronization between numerical data and waveform data is required. Yokogawa


 +31 (0) 88 464 1803


IDEAL INDUSTRIES SUPPORTS FUTURE ELECTRICAL SKILLS WITH WARRINGTON & VALE ROYAL COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP


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deal Industries, the global specialist in electrical


accessories, tools and testing equipment, has developed a partnership with Warrington & Vale Royal College as part of a planned outreach programme with the further education sector across the UK.


Keen to invest in helping to embed a culture of best practice, safety and installation consistency in the next generation of electrical sector professionals, Ideal Industries has donated a large supply of its In-Sure Push-In and Lever Wire Connectors to Warrington & Vale Royal College. The connectors will enable students to train and take exams with this simple-to- use, faster and more consistent alternative to connector strips. The College will also benefit from a number of safe isolation kits and testing equipment donated by Ideal Industries.


Ideal Industries  01925 412 934


Protective cover ensures outdoor VSD operation whatever the weather


(VSDs) to operate in outdoor areas while remaining protected from weather conditions. The enclosure avoids the need to purchase more costly VSDs with higher IP ratings. IP65 or IP66 are often specified for outdoor VSD installations, on the assumption that these higher ratings are sufficient protection against the weather. However, a high IP rating does not mean weatherproof and can be more expensive than VSDs with lower IP ratings. ABB’s weatherproof solution provides a suitable enclosure to ensure that VSDs are adequately protected outdoors, enabling the use of IP55 drives. The weatherproof solution can be used with the ABB range of general purpose drives, HVAC drives, and water industry drives. A range of frame sizes is available to cover VSD variants and power ratings. The backplate is fixed to a wall using the same fixing holes as the drive itself, ensuring a streamlined and easy installation, while still leaving access to the keypad for commissioning. The cover can be removed quickly to carry out drive maintenance.


A  Kathrine.Jensen@idealelectrical.eu www.idealindustriesemea.com/en.html CONNECTINGINDUSTRY.COM/ELECTRICALENGINEERING


ABB Limited  01925 741517  www.abb.com


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weatherproof enclosure is available which allows standard, wall-mounted ABB variable speed drives


www.yokogawa.com

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