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ADVERTORIAL TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION


New 3x5in 450W PSUs from FiDUS Power can run in Silent Mode


Highest power density for convection/conduction cooled medical PSUs


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iDUS Power, the technical power supply distributor specializing in innovative solutions and new products that benefit system designers as they seek to differentiate their end products, has launched a new series of rugged, robust 450W AC/DC power supplies in the miniature 3” x 5" footprint. The use of high-performance components and a reinforced double I/O isolation system suit the supplies for both industrial and medical applications. With an extended temperature range of -40°C to +85°C


(with derating), the new supplies suit space-restricted, thermally-challenging industrial applications, and medical environments where audible fan noise must be avoided.


Earth leakage current is below 100A which suits the units for BF (body floating) applications.


FiDUS Power  0118 342 0730  www.fiduspower.com


ABB launches UK-wide variable speed drives hire fleet


BB has invested significantly in the rollout of a variable speed drive hire fleet across the United Kingdom and Ireland, with units extending from 3 kW up to several megawatts. Hire drives can be delivered the same day, and installed and commissioned within a matter of hours by engineers from one of twelve ABB authorised value providers. There are four scenarios where hiring a drive can


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deliver customer benefits: Emergency or unexpected failure: Hiring a drive can be a quick, low cost way of keeping critical processes running in the event of a breakdown. It reduces the cost of downtime whilst providing time to repair the failed equipment or to source and allocate capital for a permanent replacement. Temporary capacity: Hire drives can be used for short-


term, semi-permanent or seasonal applications, allowing companies to ramp process capacity up or down with ease, while eliminating storage and maintenance costs.


Prove predicted energy savings: If a variable speed application has not previously used a drive, or if an existing drive is due for upgrade, hiring can be a low cost way to prove predicted energy savings before purchase and in a real environment. Equipment testing: Testing houses may be called


upon to test variable speed applications, but may not have a suitable drive with which to pair it in-house. Hiring a drive can allow testing to get underway at short notice and low cost. Drives are hired at a fixed daily rate, which includes


all installation and maintenance. The ABB authorised value provider network can be contacted by telephone on 0333 005 7001, or via www.new.abb.com/uk/drives- for-hire.


ABB  07000 374 837  www.new.abb.com


TE Connectivity now


offers industrial Ethernet jacks with integrated magnetics and PoE


T Modular solutions for automated pallet conveyance B


ased on its successful Modular Conveyor Platform (MCP), Interroll is now introducing a modular


platform for driven pallet conveyance onto the market. The Modular Pallet Conveyor Platform (MPP) system makes use of a number of components, including technical products that have been tried and tested hundreds of thousands of times by users. The new conveyor platform is an ideal addition to the Interroll Pallet & Carton Flow flow storage system. Reliable and efficient pallet handling is becoming


increasingly important in modern goods flows. In many cases, this hinges primarily on keeping the transport times between goods receipt and goods dispatch, or between storage, production and commissioning facilities in a business to a minimum and ensuring that these transport processes are highly efficient by means of automation—and keeping planning processes streamlined, assembly requirements low and expansion options flexible.


38 MARCH 2019 | DESIGN SOLUTIONS


Ideal for automated pallet transport Interroll's new solution for system integrators and plant constructors offers all this and more. The MPP is an exceptionally versatile pallet conveyor system, distinguished by its highly flexible modular design. In conjunction with Interroll's tried-and-tested Pallet & Carton Flow flow storage system, the new pallet conveying platform is an ideal foundation on which to build comprehensive pallet storage and conveying solutions of any type and for any application. Unlike the flow storage system, in which pallets are buffered in intermediate storage areas on inclined belts due to the force of gravity, the MPP is a driven conveying system for pallets. Depending on the application scenario, the drive is powered by gear or drum motors, which even enables the creation of zero-pressure-accumulation conveyors.


Interroll  01536 312770  www.interroll.co.uk


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E Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, is introducing a new series of Ethernet jacks


with integrated magnetics and Power over Ethernet (PoE) specifically designed for industrial applications which help to simplify PCB design efforts and simplify peripheral powering in the total system “Integrated magnetics in our new Ethernet jacks


eliminate the need for any layout on the analog part of the circuitry on the board, while still meeting system transmission requirements,” says Ruud van den Brink, TE’s Product Manager for the new Ethernet jacks. “And because they conform to the IEEE 802.3at (PoE+) standard, these jacks can be used to power devices up to 25.5W on every port. We believe we now have a highly interesting offering for the industrial market.”


TE Connectivity  www.te.com


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