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PI Mega Power Dual IGBT Modules

Mitsubishi Electric introduces its 6th generation Mega Power Dual Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor modules. The modules, which are for use in power converters such as large-capacity photovoltaic and wind power generation systems, are also suitable for other high-power applications e.g. in the areas of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems and AC motor control.
26th November 2012

Full Range LEC-3000 Series Fanless Power Communication Platforms

Lanner Electronics unveiled the LEC-3000 series, a full range of fanless power communication platforms. This series includes both DIN-railed and rack-mount platforms. DIN-rail platforms consist of the LEC-3070, LEC-3010, and LEC-3012. The LEC-3100 (1U), LEC-3110 (1U), LEC-3200 (2U) and LEC-3210 (2U) have rack-mount form factors.
1st November 2012

Stainless Steel Power Resistor With High Power Capability and Operating Temperature Range

Vishay have today announced the introduction of a new stainless steel power resistor with high power capability up to 20 kW (higher values on demand) at 40 °C and a high operating temperature range of - 25 °C to + 250 °C for applications in extreme environments.
29th October 2012


Bachmann Relies on Wind River VxWorks for Next-Generation Controller System

Wind River announced that Bachmann electronic relies on Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system and Wind River Professional Services for its next-generation controller system. Bachmann electronic’s M1 controller system, a next-generation controller, is standardized on VxWorks, and includes modules for digital and analogue I/O, network connectivity, fieldbuses, safety, and a processor module.
10th October 2012

Inductive components for use in wind turbine inverters

SMP offers inductive components for use in inverters for wind turbines. The chokes with low losses and a highly compact design are maintenance-free and have a long service life. They are available both for use in onshore and offshore installations.
21st September 2012

Goldwind Launches GW93/1500 Ultra-Low Wind Speed Turbine

Goldwind has announced the launch of its GW93/1500 ultra-low wind speed permanent magnet direct-drive (“PMDD”) turbine. The Group’s latest R&D achievement leverages its well-established 1.5MW PMDD turbine platform as the foundation for a new series with power generation efficiency that is among the highest in the industry.
25th April 2012

Gamesa launches a new turbine, the G114-2.0 MW: maximum returns for low-wind sites

Gamesa on the occasion of one of the sector's key events, EWEA 2012 Copenhagen (Denmark), announces the launch of a new wind turbine: the G114-2.0 MW Class IIIA, designed to achieve maximum returns from low-wind sites. The G114 turbine, with unit capacity of 2.0 MW, features a a 114-metre diameter new rotor with a swept area of 10,207 m² that increases a 38-percent in swept area plus a 20-percent increase in annual energy output compared with the G97-2.0 MW turbine.
13th April 2012

LM Wind Power’s launches LM e-Load that reduces time to market on wind turbine projects.

LM Wind Power customers can now benefit from reduced time to market by using the new LM e-Load developed in cooperation with GL Garrad Hassan based on its Bladed 4.1 software. The online web service provides access to the industry's largest blade catalogue and helps wind turbine manufacturers speed up the blade qualification process significantly.
13th April 2012

VisualEyes gives clear view of weather conditions for wind farm sites

An essential requirement for wind farm operators is the ability to anticipate the weather conditions at wind farm sites. Having highly accurate data about the real-time and forecast weather conditions at individual sites enables operators to plan visits or equipment deliveries, schedule maintenance or repairs while ensuring the safety of staff and contractors, and ensure any downtime is kept to a minimum.
13th April 2012

Wind Turbine Generator Safety Compliance in the United States and Canada

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is expecting to achieve 20% wind energy or 300 GW of wind generating capacity by 20301. Unlike many traditional energy sources, the challenge to achieve this goal is not related to availability of raw materials but rather increasing the manufacturing capacity of wind energy generation equipment.
9th March 2012


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