Improving the Safety and Availability of Traction Power Supply Systems
Utilization of high quality transducers for DC electrical measurements found within Rail Traction Power Systems is critical in an effort to maximize equipment and personnel safety. Additionally, effective device selection is important to minimize false alarms from incorrect measurements, that could lead to unnecessary downtime… thus, unhappy riders. Find out more on this subject by clicking below.
The P42000 D2: New Benchmark in Size and Performance for 2000+ VDC Transducers
Introducing the P42000 D2 voltage transducer from Knick, which sets a new benchmark for DC electrical measurement in a compact housing. Taking up only 45mm of width on a standard DIN-rail, it allows for up to +/- 2200 VDC to be measured and isolated; saving space without compromises in safety or quality. Learn more about the newest addition to our P40000 transducer family
Does Floating Offshore Wind Represent an Important New Renewable Energy Market?
A relatively new energy production technology called Floating Offshore Wind brings an alternative to establishing fixed foundations for installing turbines at sea. By utilizing the iceberg principle to keep turbines upright, these floating farms are established with most of its mass found underwater. The following article explores this topic further, and offers some ideas as to where the industry might be headed.